2020-01 Rezoning 0.97 acres located at 1313 S Commercial Street & Parcel #02-0618
2020-02 Amending §4-98 Procedure for granting nad review of operator’s license
2020-03 Annexing—0.87 Acres of land—1480 Breezewood Lane—to the City of Neenah
2020-04 Annexing—0.87 Acres of land—1490 Breezewood Lane—to the City of Neenah
2020-05 Annexing—0.89 Acres of land—1510 Breezewood Lane—to the City of Neenah
2020-06 Annexing—City of Neenah owned property along Armstrong Street including the adjoining Armstrong Street public right-of-way to the City of Neenah
2020-07 Creating an Ordinance to Provide for COVID-19 Temporary Outdoor Seating Areas and Authorize City Staff Review and Approval of Temporary Outdoor Seating Areas and Expansion of Licensed Premises for Taverns and Restaurants
2020-08 Creating an Ordinance to Provide for COVID-19 Temporary Sales of Merchandise on Public Sidewalks
2020-09 Amending Neenah Municipal Code Section 21-39(c)of the Building Code relating to pool protective enclosures
2020-10 Rezoning land located at 324, 346, and 400 First Street and Parcel No. 03-0068-00-00 from the I-2, General Industrial District to the C-2, Central Business District
2020-11 Amending Neenah Municipal Code, Chapter 16, Article IV, Bicycle Code
2020-12 Project Plan approval #1-20 for the Glatfelter Planned Development District to allow the construction of a multi-family residence at 215 Main Street
2020-13 Amending Neenah Municipal Code Sections 26-235 and 26-236 of the Zoning Code relating to permitted uses and special uses in the C-1, General Commercial District
2020-14 Project Plan approval #1-20 for Calvary Bible Church PPD to allow the construction of a building addition and expansion of a parking lot
2020-15 Annexing—0.74 Acres of land—1261 W. Winneconne Ave—to the City of Neenah
2020-16 Amending Art. IV of Ch. 22, Erosion Control & Stormwater Management
2020-17 Creating Neenah Code § 11-57—Use of Metal Detectors Prohibited
2020-20 Amending Neenah Municipal Code Section 21-34 of the Building Code relating to garages
2020-22 Adopting the Amendment to the City of Neenah Comprehensive Plan Update 2040 relating to changes to the Future Land Use Map for property located along the County Highway CB/County Highway O corridor, land located on the northwest and southwest corner of County Highway G and Woodenshoe Road, and land located in the City on the southeast corner of Brooks Avenue and Byrd Avenue.
2020-23 Project Plan approval #2-20 for Glatfelter Planned Development District to allow the construction of a public plaza/ice rink at 215 Main Street.
2020-24 Lead and galvanized water service line replacement
2020-25 Rezoning land located at 200 County Road CB to the I-2, General Industrial District
2015-04 Reassign the Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue Joint Finance and Personnel Committee as a Standing Committee of the Common Council
2015-5 Amending Code §§3–1, Definitions, and 3-16 creating a designation of Potentially Dangerous Animal and providing for the regulation thereof
2015-6 Project Plan approval #1-15 for West Side Business District to allow the construction of an Assisted Living Facility/CBRF (American Grand Assisted Living) Lots 1 & 2 CSM 6919.
2015-7 Project Plan approval #2-15 for Mahler Farm Planned Development District to allow the building addition and parking expansion (Morton Long Term Care) at 201 E. Bell St
2015-8 Adopting the Amendment to the City of Neenah Vision 2020 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map.
2015-9 Rezoning 117 Jackson Street, 123 Jackson Street, 127 Jackson Street, and 133 Jackson Street from R-2 Two-Family Residence District to I-2 General Industrial District and to provide a zoning classification of I2 General Industrial District to the vacated portion of Jackson Street and former Canadian National railroad right-of-way.
2015-12 Amending Sec. 26-349 of the Neenah Municipal Code pertaining to the Bridgewood Planned Development District Master Plan
2015-14 Amending and restating Chapter 15, Article II of the Code of Ordinances relating to the imposition of a Room Tax on the Privilege of Furnishing Rooms at Retail
2015-15 Repealing City of Neenah Ordinance No. 117, Volume 1; and approving a 99 year lease with the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, Inc.
2013-4 Increase members of the Park & Rec Commission from 8 to 9 and allow President of Commission to appoint Plan Commission Rep
2013-5 Amending various sections of Chapter 26, Neenah Zoning Code relating to providing for a definition and regulation of yard sales and various non-substantive corrections
2013-6 Amending Code §2-82(b) & (d) providing for Finance & Personnel Committee oversight of and creation of the Human Resources & Safety Office and Amending Code §2-86(f) providing for the Mayor voting on the Committee of the Whole only in case of a tie
2013-8 Repealing and recreating the official traffic maps established by Code § 16-36(a)(1) and Amending Code §§ 16-99, 16-100 & 16-101 relating to off street parking lots and regulations
2013-9 Adopting an amendment to the City of Neenah Vision 2020 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map to change 132 & 136 Jackson Street and 111 & 115 Austin Street from low-density residential to Industrial
2013-10 Rezoning 111 & 115 Austin Street and 132 & 136 Jackson Street from R-2 Two Family Residence District to I-2 General Industrial District
2013-11 Amending and creating various sections in Ch. 14, Art. II relating to street excavation permits
2013-12 Creating Chapter 4, Article XIII of the Code of Ordinances relating to creating a Mobile Food Vendor License
2013-13 Renumbering Code §21-40 as §21-41 and creating Code §21-40 relating to regulation of Collection Boxes
2013-14 Amending Code § 16-99 relating to Amending the Name & Regulations for Lot 2 (former Bookland Lot)
2013-15 Official Street Map Amendment removing a street reservation 66 feet in width, extending from Oak Ridge Road to County Highway II (f/k/a State Highway 150) and adding a street reservation extending from Larsen Road to County Highway II (f/k/a State Highway 150)
2013-16 Amending the noxious weed ordinance by removing milkweed from the list of noxious weeds
2013-17 Creating Code §7-34 relating to fees for Fire Re-Inspection or missed appointments
2013-18 Amending Code Sec. 2-58(c) relating to Aldermanic salary increase to $4,075 annually for terms beginning April 2014; $4,475 for terms beginning April 2015 and $4,800 for terms beginning April 2016
2013-19 Amending Code Sec. 2-266 to increase court costs assessed by the municipal court to $38 per citation
2013-20 Amending Code Sec. 2-266 to make technical corrections to the Municipal Court procedure to be consistent with state statutes