City of St. Francis, WI
Milwaukee County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of St. Francis as §§ 1.01 to 1.19, 1.21 to 1.27 and 11.02 of the 1981 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Boards, commissions and committees — See Ch. 17.
Civil service — See Ch. 26.
Common Council — See Ch. 32.
Elections — See Ch. 52.
Emergency government — See Ch. 57.
Fire Department — See Ch. 63.
Police Department — See Ch. 129.
The City of St. Francis shall be organized and governed under Ch. 62, Wis. Stats., known as the "Mayor — Alderman Plan."
A. 
Enumerated. The elected officials of the City shall be the following:
[Amended 9-17-2002 by Charter Ord. No. C-9; 11-19-2002 by Charter Ord. No. C-10[1]]
Official
When Elected
Term
(years)
Mayor
Even-numbered years
4 (effective 4-1-2004)
Aldermen
3 each even-numbered year
4
Municipal Judge
Even-numbered years
2
[1]
Editor's Note: Charter Ordinance Nos. C-9 and C-10 are also included in Ch. A500, Charter Ordinances, of the Code.
B. 
Term. Officials enumerated in Subsection A shall continue in office until their successors have been elected and qualified.
C. 
Primary election.
(1) 
When required. Whenever three or more candidates file nomination papers for a City office, a primary election shall be held for the nomination of candidates for such office.
(2) 
Applicable statute. See § 8.11(1), Wis. Stats.
[Amended 9-17-2002 by Charter Ord. No. C-9[1]; 6-5-2018 by Ord. No. 1429]
The appointed officials of the City shall be the following:
Official
How Appointed
Term
City Administrator
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
City Attorney
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
Assessor
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite or by contract
Building Inspector
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite or by contract
Electrical Inspector
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
City Engineer
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
Executive Secretary
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
Fire Chief
Police and Fire Commission
Indefinite
Medical Advisor
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
Plumbing Inspector
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
Police Chief
Police and Fire Commission
Indefinite
Highway Superintendent
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
2 years
Health Officer/Public Health Administrator
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite or by contract
City Clerk
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
City Treasurer
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
Indefinite
Weed Commissioner
Mayor, subject to confirmation by the Council
1 year
Zoning Administrator
Council
Indefinite or by contract
[1]
Editor's Note: A copy of Charter Ordinance No. C-9 is included in Ch. A500, Charter Ordinances, of the Code.
Elected and appointed officials shall take and file the official oath within 10 days after notice of their election or appointment.
A. 
Pursuant to certain Wisconsin Statutes, the City of St. Francis hereby requires bonds for the following officers, and the amount of each bond is as follows:
(1) 
City Treasurer [§ 62.09(4)(b), Wis. Stats.] in the amount of $75,000.
(2) 
City Comptroller [§ 62.09(4)(b), Wis. Stats.] in the amount of $2,000.
(3) 
Chief of Police [§ 62.09(4)(b), Wis. Stats.] in the amount of $2,000.
(4) 
Municipal Judge [§ 755.03(1), Wis. Stats.] in the amount of $2,000.
B. 
In addition to those required by statute, the City of St. Francis hereby specifically requires the following specific bond: City Administrator, in the amount of $2,000.
C. 
All of the above bonds shall be approved by the Mayor.
D. 
Pursuant to § 70.67, Wis. Stats., and as previously ordained by the City of St. Francis in Ordinance No. 40, passed December 15, 1953,[1] the Common Council of the City of St. Francis agrees and binds the City of St. Francis to pay, in case the City Treasurer or his successor in office shall fail so to do, all taxes of any kind required by law to be paid by said City Treasurer or his successor in office to the County Treasurer or his successor in office.
[1]
Editor's Note: See now Ch. 61, Finance and Taxation, § 61-7.
E. 
Pursuant to the authority granted in §§ 19.01(8) and 62.09(4)(d), Wis. Stats., the City of St. Francis shall pay the cost of all of the above bonds and charge to the fund appropriated in the budget for each such department or officer.
[Amended 6-18-2019 by Ord. No. 1452]
A. 
Elected officials. Elected officials may be removed by the Common Council as provided in §§ 17.12(1)(a) and 17.16, Wis. Stats.
B. 
Appointed officials. Appointed officials of the City enumerated in § 105-3 of this Code may be removed by the Common Council as provided in §§ 17.12(3m) and 17.16, Wis. Stats., by the affirmative vote of 3/4 of all the members of the Common Council as provided in § 17.12(1)(d), Wis. Stats. Pursuant to § 17.12(4), Wis. Stats., however, this subparagraph B shall not be deemed to apply to any appointed official who is subject to the jurisdiction of the Police and Fire Commission under Wis. Stat. § 62.13, Wis. Stats.
[Amended 7-1-2008 by Ord. No. 1259; 3-20-2018 by Ord. No. 1424]
A. 
How occurring. Vacancies in elective and appointive positions occur as provided in §§ 17.03 and 17.035, Wis. Stats.
B. 
How filled. Vacancies in elective and appointive offices shall be filled as provided in § 17.23, Wis. Stats.
The salaries of all elected and appointed officials, including members of boards and commissions, shall be as determined by the Common Council from time to time, provided that the salary of the Mayor and members of the Council shall not be increased during their terms of office. (See § 66.0505, Wis. Stats.)
A. 
Section 19.59 adopted by reference. Section 19.59, Wis. Stats., as it may be amended from time to time, is hereby incorporated by reference as though fully set forth herein.
B. 
No person covered under this section shall engage in any activity nor have an interest in any activity that conflicts with the person's position with the City.
C. 
It shall not be a violation of this section if a person covered hereunder receives meals, goods and services in connection with the performance of his official duties, provided that the total of such items for a calendar year does not exceed:
(1) 
For a part-time elected official, 5% of his gross salary.
(2) 
For a full-time appointed official, 2 1/2% of his gross salary.
D. 
Application. This section shall only apply to all elected officials, candidates for elected office from the time they have filed nomination papers or declaration of candidacy (whichever occurs first) with the City Clerk, and appointed officials designated in § 105-3 of this chapter from the time of their actual appointment.
[Amended 7-1-2008 by Ord. No. 1259; 12-4-2012 by Ord. No. 1329; 9-17-2013 by Ord. No. 1351]
A. 
Required for Fire and Police employees and appointees. Pursuant to § 66.0502, Wis. Stats., all full-time regular employees, all part-time or temporary employees, and all paid-on-call personnel of the City of St. Francis Fire and Police Departments shall reside within 15 miles of the jurisdictional limits of the City of St. Francis.
B. 
The residency requirements under § 105-10A shall not be deemed to apply to any volunteer law enforcement, fire, or emergency personnel who are employees of the City of St. Francis. Volunteer law enforcement, fire, or emergency personnel, as with other employees of the City are encouraged to reside within the City of St. Francis, but are not required to do so as a condition of employment.
C. 
Residency map.
(1) 
The City Engineer shall prepare and maintain on file a map that accurately depicts a fifteen-mile radius of the jurisdictional limits of the City of St. Francis. Said residency map shall be available for inspection during normal business hours for the Engineering Department.
(2) 
Any employee subject to the requirements of § 105-10A may request a determination by the City Administrator as to whether residency at a particular parcel will constitute compliance with this section. A determination issued by the City Administrator under this section shall be prima facie evidence of compliance with this section.
(3) 
For purposes of this section, if any part of a particular lot or parcel of land is within 15 miles of the jurisdictional limits of the City of St. Francis, residency on any part of such particular lot shall be deemed to be permissible for purposes of this section.
D. 
Compliance within one year. Any person who is subject to the requirements of § 105-10A who is not a resident of the City of St. Francis when employed or appointed, or if already employed or appointed at the time this section becomes effective, shall establish residency within the City within one year from the date of such employment or appointment.
E. 
Failure to comply.
(1) 
Establishment and maintenance of residency required under § 105-10(A) of this Code shall be deemed a condition of continued employment by the City of St. Francis.
(2) 
Failure of any probationary fire or police employee or appointee who is subject to § 105-10A to establish residency is not established within the time limit set forth above shall be deemed to be a violation of any probationary appointment and shall result in the dismissal of such employee without recourse.
(3) 
Any non-probationary employee subject to § 105-10A shall, in the event of noncompliance with this § 105-10, be subject to removal by the Council or, where applicable under § 62.13(5), Wis. Stats., by the Police and Fire Commission. Initiation of charges and hearings before the Police and Fire Commission shall be as provided in § 62.13(5), Wis. Stats.
[Amended 5-17-2005 by Ord. No. 1185; 12-18-2012 by Ord. No. 1330]
A. 
Election and term. See § 105-2.
B. 
Duties and powers.
(1) 
Mayor. See § 62.09(8), Wis. Stats. The Mayor shall have such duties and powers as are enumerated in Ch. 62, Wis. Stats., and elsewhere in the statutes and this Code from time to time. Such duties and powers shall be construed to include a duty for the Mayor to:
(a) 
Serve as presiding officer at Council meetings as set forth in § 32-3 of this Code;
(b) 
Serve as a representative of the City at intergovernmental (e.g., Milwaukee County Intergovernmental Cooperative Council) and other meetings from time to time;
(c) 
Make all required appointments/reappointments to boards, commissions, and committees and all standing committees within the time periods set forth in the Wisconsin Statutes or this Code and, where no such time period is otherwise provided, within 60 days of the expiration of a term or the occurrence of a vacancy;
(d) 
Ensure timely communication of appointments, reappointments, and nonrenewal of appointments of citizens to boards, commissions, and committees;
(e) 
Pursue removal of citizens from boards, commissions, and committees in accordance with applicable provisions of the Wisconsin Statutes; and
(f) 
Obtain approval of the Council prior to the discipline or dismissal of any appointed official or employee of the City.
(2) 
Common Council. See § 62.11, Wis. Stats.
(a) 
The Mayor and Aldermen shall constitute the Common Council.
(b) 
The Mayor shall not be counted in determining whether a quorum is present at a meeting, but may vote in case of a tie. When the Mayor does vote in case of a tie, the Mayor's vote shall be counted in determining whether a sufficient number of the Council has voted favorably or unfavorably on any measure.
(c) 
Except as otherwise expressly provided by statute or within this Code, no individual member of the Council shall have the authority to direct day-to-day operations of any City department.
(3) 
Aldermen. Aldermen shall have such duties and powers as are enumerated in Ch. 62, Wis. Stats., and elsewhere in the statutes and this Code from time to time. Such duties and powers shall be construed to include a duty for Aldermen to:
(a) 
Be responsible to taxpayers for all fiduciary decisions;
(b) 
Be responsive to constituents in a timely manner;
(c) 
Attend City Council meetings and committee meetings as appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council;
(d) 
Communicate with department heads as needed; and
(e) 
Represent the City from time to time at events and functions associated with the City.
C. 
Council shall have all powers of the City not specifically given to some other body or officer. Except as otherwise provided by law, the Common Council shall have the management and control of the City property, finances, highways, streets, utilities, and the public service and may act for the government and good order of the City, for its commercial benefit and for the health, safety, welfare, and convenience of the public and may carry its powers into effect by license, regulation, suppression, borrowing, taxation, special assessment, appropriation, imposition of forfeiture, and other necessary or convenient means. The Common Council may appoint such officers from time to time as may be deemed necessary for the benefit of the community. The powers hereby conferred shall be in addition to all other grants and shall be limited only by express language.
D. 
Other provisions. See also Chapter 32, Common Council, of this Code.
[Amended 7-1-2008 by Ord. No. 1259; 3-15-2011 by Ord. No. 1298]
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3.
B. 
Duties and powers. The Administrator shall have the combined positions of Administrator, Finance Director, Budget Director, Labor Negotiator, Purchasing Agent, and Legislative Representative. Subject to limitations defined in resolutions and ordinances of the City, s/he shall be the chief administrative officer of the City, responsible only to the Mayor and the Common Council for proper administrator of the business and affairs of the City under the state statutes, the ordinances of the City and the resolutions and directions of the Common Council, with the following duties and responsibilities. The Administrator shall:
(1) 
Be responsible for effectuating all actions of the Common Council which require administrative implementation or where the Mayor and Council have directed him/her to act.
(2) 
Be responsible for coordinating the administrative activities of all City departments. This shall include making or directing studies as necessary to ensure the most economical, efficient operation of such departments and may require reports from them when deemed necessary.
(3) 
Attend all meetings of the Common Council, Finance Committee, and Bargaining Committee and all meetings of such other committees and commissions as the Mayor and Council shall direct.
(4) 
Supervise the preparation of the agenda and approve the content of the agenda and the order of business for all Council meetings. Nothing contained in this section shall be so construed as to give the Administrator authority to limit or in any way prevent matters from being considered by the Council.
[Amended 12-18-2012 by Ord. No. 1331]
(5) 
Act as Personnel Officer for the City, including but not limited to, recommending salary, wage scales, and working conditions for those officers, officials, or employees not covered by collective bargaining agreements. S/he shall establish and maintain a personnel file for all City departments.
[Amended 12-18-2012 by Ord. No. 1331]
(6) 
Work with the Bargaining Committee and make whatever studies or surveys as are necessary for the proper conduct of negotiations with the various bargaining units. S/he shall hold preliminary meetings with representatives of bargaining units and with department heads and make recommendations to the Bargaining Committee.
(7) 
Work in cooperation with the department heads to resolve any grievances submitted.
(8) 
Prepare in coordination with other department heads the annual City budget for submission to the Finance Committee.
(9) 
Make such reports as the Mayor and Common Council may require as to the current status of budgeted items and review and report to the Mayor and Council any variations in the operation of the City Budget.
(10) 
As purchasing agent, handle the administration of all purchasing of materials, supplies, equipment, and services for all departments of the City.
(11) 
Investigate and inform the Mayor and Common Council of the availability of state and federal funds and grants, and assist department heads in procuring such funds.
(12) 
Serve as the City's legislative representative and appear on its behalf at hearings and meetings as directed by the Mayor or Council.
(13) 
Submit, as deemed necessary, recommendations or suggestions for improving the health, safety, or welfare of the City and institute and operate a system so that City Departments and persons having business with the Mayor or Council or any city Department may properly and efficiently conduct such business.
(14) 
Perform such other duties and have such other responsibilities not inconsistent with law as may be prescribed by the Mayor and Council.
C. 
Cooperation. All officers and employees of the City shall cooperate with and assist the City Administrator so that the affairs of the City shall be most economically and harmoniously administered.
A. 
Appointment. The Assessor shall be appointed by the Mayor subject to confirmation by the Common Council. Such Assessor may be an individual employed by the City or an outside firm contracted by the City in accordance with § 62.09(1)(c), Wis. Stats. If an individual is employed, such appointee shall serve a probationary period of six months. During such period a probationer may be discharged by the appointive power without right of appeal if during the period of probation the appointive power deems him unfit or unsatisfactory for service. After such probationary period is completed, such Assessor may be removed only for cause by the Common Council by an affirmative vote of 3/4 of all the members thereof. The word "cause" as used herein means inefficiency, neglect of duty, official misconduct or misfeasance or malfeasance in office. If an outside firm is contracted, such shall be for such length as the Common Council may determine by entering into such contract.
B. 
Powers and duties. The Assessor shall perform such duties as prescribed by the Wisconsin Statutes, as they may be amended from time to time, and such other duties as shall be described by the State Department of Revenue and the Common Council, including attendance at all meetings of the Board of Review.
[1]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 129, § 129-9, Confidentiality of information provided to Assessor.
[Amended 4-5-2005 by Ord. No. 1182]
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3.
B. 
Applicable statute. See § 62.09, Wis. Stats.
C. 
Compensation. The City Attorney, and any Assistant City Attorney appointed by the City Attorney pursuant to § 62.09, may be compensated pursuant to terms set by the Common Council.
A. 
Appointment. The Building Inspector shall be appointed by the Mayor subject to confirmation by the Common Council. Such Building Inspector may be an individual employed by the City or an outside firm contracted by the City. If an individual is employed, such appointee shall serve a probationary period of six months. During such period a probationer may be discharged by the appointive power without right of appeal if during the period of probation the appointive power deems him unfit or unsatisfactory for service. After such probationary period is completed, such Building Inspector may be removed only for cause by the Common Council by an affirmative vote of 3/4 of all the members thereof. The word "cause" as used herein means inefficiency, neglect of duty, official misconduct or misfeasance or malfeasance in office. If an outside firm is contracted, such shall be for such length as the Common Council may determine by entering into such contract.
B. 
Powers and duties.
(1) 
Enforcement. The Building Inspector shall enforce all ordinances or laws over which he has jurisdiction, which includes but is not limited to the erection, alteration, repair and removal of buildings in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 198, Building Construction, of this Code, and any lawful orders issued by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce or any other agency of the state.
(2) 
Building permits. The Building Inspector shall issue all building permits to erect, construct, or reconstruct any buildings or other structure within the City and shall initiate all proceedings on unsightly premises.
(3) 
Records. He shall keep record of:
(a) 
Applications for building permits in a book for such purpose and shall number each permit in the order of its issuance.
(b) 
Number, description, and size of all buildings erected, indicating the kinds of materials used and the costs of these buildings to the extent such cost information is available.
(c) 
All inspections made and all removals and condemnations of buildings and a record of all fees collected by him, showing the date of their receipt and delivery to the City Clerk.
(4) 
Reports. The Building Inspector shall submit such regular reports as are required by the Common Council.[1]
[1]
Editor’s Note: Former Subsection B(5), Zoning Administrator, was repealed 6-5-2018 by Ord. No. 1429.
The City Clerk shall be appointed as designated in § 105-3 of this chapter and have the duties and responsibilities of City Clerk as set forth in the Wisconsin Statutes, as they may be amended from time to time.
There is hereby established as a separate entity the position of Comptroller, pursuant to § 62.09(10), Wis. Stats. Said Comptroller shall have the powers and duties prescribed by such statute and as set forth in any pertinent resolution.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3 of this chapter.
B. 
Powers and duties.
(1) 
Enforcement. The Electrical Inspector shall enforce all ordinances and laws over which he has jurisdiction, including but not limited to those relating to electrical work as defined by Chapter 237, Electrical Standards, of this Code.
(2) 
Permits. The Electrical Inspector shall issue all permits for electrical work.
(3) 
Records. The Electrical Inspector shall keep a record of all permits issued for electrical work, all inspections made and all other official work performed, arranged to provide prompt information concerning electrical work performed within the City.
(4) 
Reports. He shall file such regular reports covering issuance of permits and inspections as are required by the Common Council or Mayor.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Original § 1.16(3), Powers and duties as Sealer of Weights and Measures, which immediately followed this subsection, was deleted at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II). See now § 105-27C.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3 of this chapter.
B. 
Qualifications. The City Engineer shall be a registered engineer.
C. 
Powers and duties. The Engineer shall also act as Director of Public Works and he shall have, among others, the following powers and duties:
(1) 
He shall have direct administrative and technical charge of the Engineering Department; he shall act as technical consultant to all departments of the City; he shall make assignments of work and supervise the preparation of plans and specifications for, and the actual construction of, storm and sanitary sewers, water mains, sewer and water laterals, pavements, buildings, streetlight systems and other public works; he shall serve as advisor to the Common Council on engineering matters by making investigations and reports of engineering problems and by assisting in assessing special benefits and damages; he shall exercise administrative control over all the ordinary business operations of the Engineering Department by approving requisitions for supplies, payrolls, vouchers, and other routine documents and preparing for work program and budget estimates for the Engineering Department and all other departments under his control; he shall carry out the duties assigned and specified in § 62.14(7), Wis. Stats., or as required by law and such other additional duties as may be designated by the Council; and he shall do related work as required by the Council and the Board of Public Works.
(2) 
Subject to direction of the Common Council and the Board of Public Works, he shall be responsible for the administration of all public works and he shall have the general charge and supervision of all maintenance, repair and construction of streets, alleys, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, street signs and house numbering, traffic control devices, signs and markings, storm sewers, culverts and drainage facilities, sanitary and storm sewers, water mains, City buildings and structures and all machinery and equipment used in any activity under his control.
(3) 
He shall have charge of such public services as garbage and refuse collection and disposal, snow and ice removal, street cleaning and flushing and such other activities as may be assigned to him from time to time by the Common Council.
(4) 
He shall appoint, subject to approval of the Council, all heads and other personnel of all departments and activities under his supervision. See also Chapter 26, Civil Service, § 26-6.
(5) 
He shall attend all meetings of the Board of Public Works. He shall from time to time submit to such Board or the Common Council such suggestions and recommendations as in his opinion shall contribute to more efficient operation of the various departments and activities under his supervision.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3 of this chapter.
B. 
Duties and responsibilities. The Executive Secretary shall be directly responsible to the Mayor and the City Administrator and indirectly responsible to the Common Council and shall have duties and responsibilities as follows:[1]
(1) 
Serve as confidential secretary to the Mayor and City Administrator.
(2) 
Perform such duties, under the direction of the City Administrator, as assigned by the Mayor or Council.
(3) 
Prepare studies, reports, and analyses regarding labor negotiations and other matters and prepare confidential information and memoranda for use by the Mayor, Administrator, and Common Council or such other committees as the Mayor or Council may direct.
(4) 
Perform other duties and responsibilities as directed.
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
C. 
Confidentiality. Because of the confidentiality of the position, the Executive Secretary shall not be appointed subject to civil service rules. The salary and other emoluments of such office shall be established from time to time by the Council.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3.
B. 
Duties and powers. See Chapter 63, Fire Department, and Chapter 245, Fire Prevention, of this Code.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3.
B. 
Conditions of employment. Appointment shall be subject to termination without cause at the discretion of either the Common Council or the City Engineer upon 90 days' written notice prior to termination. The Common Council may suspend with or without pay or dismiss the Highway Superintendent for cause at any time. This position is not in the civil service of the City and is not governed by civil service rules and regulations. The Highway Superintendent shall comply with the residency requirements of the City.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
C. 
Duties; pay. Subject to the direction of the Common Council and the City Engineer, he shall be responsible for the administration of and shall have general charge and supervision of all maintenance, repair, and construction of streets, alleys, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, street signs and house numbering, and traffic control devices, signs and marking and such other duties as the Common Council or City Engineer may designate from time to time. The Highway Superintendent shall receive such remuneration and other benefits as awarded to him by the Common Council from time to time.
There is hereby created the position of City Librarian. The Librarian shall have the powers and duties as the Library Board may direct.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3.
B. 
Powers and duties.
(1) 
Enforcement. The Plumbing Inspector shall enforce all ordinances or laws relating to the construction, installation, alteration, and repair of all plumbing within the City and shall make such inspections, perform such tests and issue such orders as may be necessary for such enforcement. See also Chapter 345, Plumbing Standards, of this Code.
(2) 
Plumbing permits. The Plumbing Inspector shall issue all plumbing permits for plumbing work to be performed within the City. See § 345-3B(3) of this Code.
(3) 
Records and reports. The Plumbing Inspector shall maintain and prepare records and reports as required under § 345-3B(4) of this Code.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3.
B. 
Duties and powers. See Chapter 115, Police Department, of this Code.
A. 
Appointment and term. See § 105-3 and Ch. HFS 139, Wis. Adm. Code.
B. 
Powers and duties. The Health Officer/Public Health Administrator shall have such powers and duties as the Council or Mayor may direct.
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
A. 
General duties. The Registered Sanitarian:
(1) 
Shall maintain continuous sanitary supervision over his territory.
(2) 
Shall promote the spread of information as to the cause, nature and prevention of prevalent diseases and the preservation and improvement of health.
(3) 
Shall enforce the health laws, rules and regulations of the State Department of Health and Family Services, the state and the City, including the laws relating to contagious diseases contained in Ch. 252, Wis. Stats.
(4) 
Shall take steps necessary to secure prompt and full reports by physicians of communicable diseases.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
(5) 
Shall keep and deliver to his successor a record of all his official acts.
(6) 
Shall make annual reports to the State Department of Health and Family Services and to the Common Council and such other reports as they may request.
(7) 
Shall have the power and it shall be his duty to enter and examine the taverns, grocery stores, dairy and shipper farms, meat markets, bakeries, confectionery stores, restaurants, drugstores and any other places where meat, fish, poultry, game, milk, bakery goods or other foodstuffs or beverages are stored, prepared or dispensed for human consumption.
(8) 
Shall also have the power and it shall be his duty to examine or inspect any vehicle or wagon transporting meat, poultry, fish, game, milk, bakery goods, confectionery goods or other foodstuffs or beverages where either a point of origin or point of delivery is in the City of St. Francis.
(9) 
Shall perform such additional duties as the Board of Health or the Common Council may from time to time prescribe.
(10) 
May make such orders and directives as are necessary to keep or maintain all the above described premises in a neat, clean, and sanitary condition.
B. 
Materials and supplies. The Registered Sanitarian may procure at the expense of the City all record books, quarantine cards and other materials needed by the Board of Health, except those furnished by the State Department of Health and Family Services.
[Added 7-1-2008 by Ord. No. 1259]
The City Sealer shall serve as the Sealer of Weights and Measures.
A. 
Enforcement. The Sealer of Weights and Measures shall have the duty and power to enforce all statutes relating to weights and measures and shall be the head of the Department of Weights and Measures, which is hereby established.
B. 
Applicable statutes. See Ch. 98, Wis. Stats.
[Added 6-5-2018 by Ord. No. 1429]
A. 
The Zoning Administrator shall be appointed by the Common Council.
B. 
The Zoning Administrator may be an individual employed by the City or an outside firm that the City contracts with.
C. 
The Zoning Administrator shall have the powers and duties of Zoning Administrator as set forth in this Code and shall serve as an adviser to the Aesthetic Control Board, Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals.