The City of Jefferson operates under a Mayor/Council form of Government. The Mayor and the eight member City Council are elected on a non-partisan basis for overlapping two year terms. The Council consists of six “Alderperson-at-Large” positions and two “District” aldermanic positions.
Alderpersons By District
|District B||Vince Krause||988-1950||1239 Hillebrand Drive||AldKrause@jeffersonwis.com||Term Expires 2019|
|District D||Toby Tully, Jr.||650-7220||425 Newman Court||Term Expires 2019|
|Ron Miller||674-6387||665 North Marion Avenue||Term Expires 2020|
|Paul Peachey||674-4795||725 Wildwood Court||Term Expires 2020|
|Peg Beyer||674-4474||623 South Center Avenue||AldBeyer@jeffersonwis.com||Term Expires 2019|
|William Brandel||674-3739||410 John Michael Drive||Term Expires 2019|
|Jim Horn||674-4421||1132 Gruennert Court||Term Expires 2020|
|Richard Lares||728-3176||243 East Woolcock Street||Term Expires 2020|
Below each committee is a brief description of the responsibilities of that committee. Please refer to Chapter 25 of the Municipal Codebook of the City of Jefferson for details and State Statutes as referenced.
Committee of the Whole
Comprised of all Alderpersons
Municipal Code: Chapter 25-11 (5) The Committee of the Whole shall serve as a forum of discussion. No final action on any issue may be taken by such Committee.
*Peachey, Krause, Brandel Alternate: Lares
Municipal Code: Chapter 25-11 (2) The Finance Committee is responsible for purchases of labor, services, supplies and materials exceeding $10,000 and for the direction and coordination of all contracts made, expect those contracts let pursuant to § 62.15(2), Wis. Stats.
Tully, Krause, *Lares Alternate: Miller
Municipal Code: Chapter 25-11 (1) The Personnel Committee is responsible for policy-making on all personnel matters, for safety and working conditions of employees, direct the conduct of all proceedings involving the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission in regards to collective bargaining unites and collective bargaining with those units, and enforcing Ch. 111, Wis. Stats.
*Beyer, Horn, Tully Alternate: Miller
Municipal Code: Chapter 25-11 (4) The Regulatory Committee is responsible for recommendations with respect to licensing and planning and policy setting for the following; abatement of nuisances, matters pertain to licenses, permits, and orderly conduct and matters pertaining to Chapters 265 of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson.
Streets, Health and Sanitation Committee
*Brandel, Tully, Miller Alternate: Lares
Municipal Code: Chapter 25-11 (3) The Streets, Health and Sanitation Committee is responsible for planning and policy setting for the following; repair and maintenance of City streets and sidewalks, Wastewater Treatment Plant, matters pertaining to health and sanitation (i.e. refuse collection and disposal), and matters pertaining to Chapters 120, 154, 197, 213 and 235 of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson.
Public Facilities Committee
*Peachey, Beyer, Lares Alternate: Horn
Municipal Code: Chapter 25-11 (6) The Facilities Committee is responsible for planning/recommending/determining maintenance, repairs and remodeling of all City-owned facilities, except facilities under control of Utilities Commission and Streets, Health and Sanitation Committee.
*Miller, Lares, Horn Alternate: Tully
*Chairperson of the committee