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Village of Glasford Monthly Meeting Minutes

Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month at 7:00pm.

Meetings are held at the Village Hall, at 305 Oak St, and the public is encouraged to attend.


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VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JANUARY 17, 2019

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Kingsley, Pilgrim, and Whaley. Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer; Chief Beachler; Officer Vanderheydt, Nanette Rudd and Tom Robertson, Jr.  Trustee Michel entered meeting at 7:02pm.

 

Reading of December 20, 2018 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Tom Robertson, Jr. on behalf of the Glasford Optimist Club requested permission to use Tiger Bluffs for the 63rd Annual Glasford Optimist Club Community Auction on March 16, 2019.  Discussion followed.  Permission granted.

 

TREASURER’S report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills made by Allen, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler –AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Trustee Michel entered meeting at 7:02pm.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

Dec. 2018:

12/20  Officer responded to Child Custody Issue.

12/25  Officer assisted Illinois State Police on traffic stop.

12/26  Officer made an arrest on a domestic battery and criminal trespass.

12/26  Officer responded to Child Custody Issue.

12/29  Officer requested to check on welfare of BP gas station attendant.

Jan. 2019:

01/02  Officer made arrest on domestic.

01/02  Officer made arrest on warrant.

01/04  Officer responded to possible child sexual assault.

01/05  Officer issued abatement notice for abandoned vehicle.

01/07  Officer responded to BLS call.

01/10  Officer responded to suspicious vehicle at 6th Street Apartments.

01/11  Officer responded to civil matter.

01/12  Officer assisted motorist in ditch.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to execute buy-out contract with PDC/Area Disposal for garbage contract made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Review of liability waivers from insurance company for ride-alongs.  Discussion followed.  Chief Beachler to follow-up at future meeting.

 

Status of Harkless properties on East Main Street.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until April board meeting.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:26pm.

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

Jack Rudd, Jr., Mayor                                                                                  Tammy Jo Stetler, Village Clerk


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

FEBRUARY 21, 2019

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Michel, Kingsley, Pilgrim, and Whaley. Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer; Chief Beachler; Officer Burgess; Officer Vanderheydt, Attorney Rhonda Heinz, Ed Best, Tiffany Randle, Sara Duffield, Loren Bailliez, Darlene Bailliez, Kim Harris, Betty McCoy, Taylor Webb, Jerry Wolf, Jay Conrad, Tracy Duits, Jason Cohee, Randy Beecham, Todd Beecham, Jackie Beecham, Evan Fink, Mike Fink, Rick Jenkins, Nanette Rudd, and John Rudd.

 

Reading of January 17, 2019 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Jason Cohee presented to the Board the need for a police community oversight committee.  Discussion followed.

Several residents had questions and Chief Beachler and the Board answered questions on what procedures that are followed when there are complaints made against individual officers and request of records.

 

Loren Bailliez asked Board about the unsafe buildings on East Main Street and throughout the Village.  Discussion followed.  Attorney Heinz explained the procedures regarding demolition of an abandoned property and what Board could do according to Illinois law and Village ordinances.  Attorney Heinz explained procedures that could be done regarding unsafe buildings and what Board could do according to Illinois law and Village ordinances.  Clerk to forward information to Attorney Heinz regarding the matter and further information on the procedural steps will be given at next board meeting.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

Jan. 2019:

01/14    Officer Responded to Cow stuck in Snow

01/15    Officer Issued Ordinance for Abatement

01/15    Officer Issued Ordinance for Abatement

01/17    Officer Made a Report for Theft and Vandalism

01/19    Officer Responded to Motorist Assist Due to Snow

01/21    Officer Issued Ordinance for Abandoned Vehicle

01/21    Officer Issued Ordinance for Abandoned Vehicle

01/22    Officer Responded to Crash Glasford Rd / Canton-Glasford Rd

01/22    Officer AOA on a Lock Out

01/25    Officer Assist Other Agency on 49 arrest for OP Violation

01/27    Officer Made Report of Residential Burglary      

 

Feb. 2019:

02/01    Officer Responded to BLS Call

02/04    Officer Flagged Down on a Verbal Domestic

02/07    Officer Conducted Follow of Burglary where guns were stolen

02/08    Officer Conducted Follow of Burglary where guns were stolen

02/13    Officer Assisted Other Agency on BLS - Stroke

 

Chief Beachler presented to Board a draft fireworks ordinance to passed at March 21, 2019 board meeting.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to send copy to attorney for final draft to be passed at March 21, 2019 board meeting.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Reimer informed the Board that as a private citizen, he has begun a Neighborhood Watch Program and asked for the Board’s support with the program due to the recent home invasions in the Village and Peoria County.  Discussion followed.  Board wholeheartedly supports the Neighborhood Watch Program and wishes Reimer success with the program.

 

Motion to take a break from the regular board meeting at 7:57pm and meeting to resume at 8:05pm made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:05pm.

 

Nanette Rudd requested of the Board for Whitetails & R Corner Bar to be allowed to stay open until 2am on March 18, 2019 due to St. Patrick’s Day being on Sunday, March 17, 2019.  Discussion followed.  Permission granted.

 

TREASURER’S report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and make permanent transfer to Police funds of $5000 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.   Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Clerk asked permission to close out Sewer Grant Account at Glasford Bank.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to close out the Glasford Bank Sewer Grant Account made by Allen, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion for Approval for Dispatch Agreement with Peoria County Sheriff’s Office for the term 1/1/19 to 12/31/2022 and monthly fee schedule made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Clerk ask if Board wanted to put the Village mowing out for bids for 2019.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to have mowing bids put out for bid for 2019 and the bids to be opened at the April 18, 2019 board meeting.

 

Chief Beachler requested Board to review quote from Seico Security for panic system installation for Village Hall.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to allow installation of panic system by the Seico Security Company in the amount of $$989 plus $348 annual agreement, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

  

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:19pm.

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

Jack Rudd, Jr., Mayor                                                                                  Tammy Jo Stetler, Village Clerk


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MARCH 21, 2019

 

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Michel, Kingsley, Pilgrim, and Whaley. Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer; Chief Beachler; Officer Vanderheydt; Officer Harper; Harold Roberts; Jason Cohee; Jessica Westerman; Leann Westhafer; Nan Rudd; John Rudd; Tiffany Randle; and Brian Knott.

 

Reading of  Feb. 21, 2019  regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Pilgrim , 2nd by Kingsley .  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Jessica Westerman presented to the Board a request for police cooperation in the Neighborhood Watch Program.  Discussion followed.  Chief Beachler informed Board that Officer James Vanderheydt would be the community officer to act as liaison for the police department.  Chief Beachler and Officer Vanderheydt will be attending next meeting for the Neighborhood Watch Program.

 

Jason Cohee presented to the Board that there are certain training standards for all police officers in Illinois and asked of the Board to make sure that all Glasford police officers had the required training.  Discussion followed.  Chief Beachler stated that all officers have their required training and if they didn’t have their required training, the State of Illinois would not allow the department to be open.  Board will take Mr. Cohee’s suggestion into consideration and make sure officers have required training.

 

Leann Westhafer presented to the Board the issue she had with water leak problems after water had been turned on for homeowner repairs made by her husband.  Discussion followed.   Mrs. Westhafer is to contact Village Clerk to set up payment arrangement on water/sewer and garbage bill due to the high usage bill.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted

 

Feb. 2019:

02/13 Officer Responded to BLS call - Stroke

02/17 Officer Responded to Deceased Female

02/17 Officer Issued OV for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

02/18 Officer Conducted Business Check of Dollar General

02/18 Officer Conducted Business Check of White Tails

02/18 Officer Conducted Business Check of R Corner Bar

March 2019:

03/01    Officer Wrote Abatement Notice for Abandoned Vehicle

03/04    Officer Responded to Call for Suicidal Male

03/06    Officer Found Car Door Open – Make Contact with Owner / Everything OK

03/07    Officer Made Warrant Arrest

03/09    Officer Assist Canton PD By Looking for Suspect in Hit and Run

03/14    Officer Assisted County with Child Custody Civil Issue

03/16    Officer Responded to Crash

03/16    Officer Responded to Person Locked Out of Their Car

03/16    Officer Found Wallet While on Patrol

03/16 Officer Responded to Casey’s to Investigate Female Who Left the Gas Pump Handle Attached to her Car and Drove Off.

Citation Tickets/Warnings Issued:

Location                                   Offense                                                Ticket                           Warning

Glasford Rd  & 10th St.              Speeding 53/40                                        1

Glasford Rd. & Oakley              Speeding 45/30                                         1

Glasford Rd. & Amy                  Speeding 47/30                                         1

300 blk N. Glasford Rd              Texting & Driving                                       1

Glasford Rd & Amy                   Speeding 46/30                                        1

Glasford Rd & 8th St.                 No taillight                                                                                    1

600 Blk E Main St                      Speeding 36/25                                                                            1

Main & Saylor                           Speeding 38/25                                       1

Glasford Rd & 10th St.               Improper display of plates                                                               1

                                                                                                TOTAL CITATIONS:      6

                                                                                                TOTAL WARNINGS:      3

 

Peoria County Sheriff Dept. Reports:

02/13    Deputy Responded to Casey’s for an Internal Theft Report

02/22    Deputy Responded to Violation of Probation Call

02/26    Deputy Responded to Violation of OP – Arrest Made

 

 

Chief Beachler informed Board that three (3) radios were donated to the police department and he requested permission to purchase the accessories needed for the said radios in the amount of $1127.50 quoted by Supreme Radio Communications.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to purchase the accessories needed for the said radios in the amount of $1127.50 quoted by Supreme Radio Communications made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley .  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown informed Board that due to a drainage and manhole problem at the school, excess water flow went into the Village’s storm sewer system and caused the lift station to malfunction and the pumps burned up.  Discussion followed.  Supt. Brown to do necessary repairs and if needed, possibly hold special meeting in case the repairs are more than anticipated. 

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Reimer presented to the Board the estimate proposed by Engineer Sturm regarding sealcoating East Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Helen Streets for the summer of 2019.  Discussion followed.  Supt. Reimer to follow up with Engineer Sturm to get necessary documents prepared for MFT 5/1/19 to 4/30/20 Estimate to be passed at April 18 Board Meeting.

 

TREASURER’S report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and make permanent transfer to Police funds of $        made by    , 2nd by      .   Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 7:42pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel matters made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Regular board meeting resumed at 8:35pm.  

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by made by Allen, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at  8:38pm.

______________________________                                                ________________________________

Jack Rudd, Jr., Mayor                                                                                  Tammy Jo Stetler, Village Clerk


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

APRIL 18, 2019

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Michel, Kingsley, Pilgrim, and Whaley. Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer; Chief Beachler; Tiffany Randle; John Rudd; Nan Rudd; Tiffany Bell; Loren Bailliez; Darlene Bailliez; Officer Vanderheydt; and Harold Roberts.

 

Reading of March 21, 2019 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by  Allen, 2nd by  Pilgrim .  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

March 2019:

03/20    Officer Assisted Timber Hollis on a BLS Call

03/18    Officer Conducted Business Checks at both Bars and Dollar General

03/21    Officer Responded to Casey’s for a Vehicle Lockout

03/22    Officer Assisted Timber Hollis on a Fire in the Woods on Route 24

03/22    Officer Tied up for several hours due to FOIA Request

03/23    Officer Tied up for several hours due to FOIA Request

03/27    Officer Made Burglary/Theft of Gun Report

03/30    Officer Tied up for several hours due to FOIA Request

03/31    Officer Tied up for several hours due to FOIA Request

April 2019:

04/01    Officer Called to Crash in 100 Block of Walnut-Crash Report Made

04/01    Officer Conducted Business Check at Dollar General

04/02    Officer Returned Property to Person at Dollar General

04/03    Officer Responded to Face Book Posting of Suspicious Person’s at Local Business

04/03    Officer Conducted Welfare Check on Male with Broken Neck

04/05    Officer Conducted a House Search for Stolen Property From Recent Burglaries

04/05    Officer Served an Emergency Order of Protection

04/08    Officer Responded to Animal Concern

04/08    Officer Responded to Found Property Call

04/12    Officer Responded to Hit and Run at Casey’s

04/13    Officer Responded to Possible Attempted Burglary

04/13    Officer Checked Vacant house

04/13    Officer Responded to Found Property Call

04/17    Officer Responded to Illini Bluffs Middle on a Fire Alarm

 

Tickets Issued 3/17/19 to 4/13/19

Location

Offense

T

W

400 Blk E. Main St

Speeding 36/25

1

 

Glasfrord Rd & 10th St

One Taillight

 

1

500 Blk E. Main St

Speeding 43/25

1

 

Main & Saylor

Speeding 42/25

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Citations 

3

 

 

Warnings

1

 

 

Chief Beachler presented the new Ride-Along Policy.  Discussion followed.  Policy to be used for any future ride-alongs.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown informed the Board of the urgent need to replace sewer plant incubator and the cost to be approximately $3400.00.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion for emergency purchase of sewer plant incubator made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

TREASURER’S report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and make permanent transfer to Police funds of $5000.00, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.   Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Discussion about unsafe buildings and/or properties with junk and other offenses.  Kingsley and Pilgrim to review list of buildings and determine which are ordinance violations and which are to be pursued further legally.

 

Supt. Brown to present quotes for lift station rehab---$9990 from G.A. Rich and $9975 from Linden & Co.  Discussion followed.  Quotes to be submitted to insurance company to see if insurance covers before proceeding.

 

Harold Roberts presented to Board another option for rehab of lift station.  Discussion followed.  Roberts’ option for rehab of lift station to be attempted before resorting to the GA Rich & Linden rehab plan.

 

Opening of 2019 Mowing Bids.  One bid submitted by Harris Services for $100 per mow.  Motion to accept bid  Harris Services bid for $100 per mow  made by Allen, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to accept Annual Appropriation Ord. 2019-01, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to accept Fireworks Ordinance 2019-02, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter into Annual Agreement with Peoria Park District for Training at Rifle Range, made by Whaley, 2nd by  Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to Pass MFT Resolution MFT for Estimates of Costs for fiscal year 5/1/19 to 4/30/20, made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to Pass Statement of Expenditures of MFT Funds for fiscal year 5/1/18 to 4/30/19, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to authorize any transfers between funds, excepting what water/sewer owes garbage, to be made permanent transfers for the 5/1/18 to 4/30/19 fiscal year, made by Allen, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Supt. Brown presented to Board the request of Josh Coats to move the meter pit to side yard due to expansion of his driveway.  Discussion followed.  Supt. Brown to begin work on moving meter pit to side yard.

 

Village Clerk asked of the Board if there was going to be a clean-up day this spring.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to Saturday, June 1, 2019 from 7am to 11am for clean-up day.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by  Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:10pm.

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

Jack Rudd, Jr., Mayor                                                                                  Tammy Jo Stetler, Village Clerk


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MAY 16, 2019

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Randle, Michel, Kingsley, Pilgrim, and Whaley. Trustee Allen was absent.  Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer; Chief Beachler; John Rudd; Nan Rudd; John Wall; Andrew Burgess; and James Vanderheydt.

 

Reading of   April 18, 2019  regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Whaley. Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

John Wall approached the Board about the waterway located on the South side of his property.  Discussion followed. Board agreed to get culvert fixed. John Wall to do the sloping to help with drainage and the Village will cover costs of grass seed and straw.

 

Nan Rudd presented to the Board that the St. Jude Run will be either June 23, 2019 or July 19, 2019.  Also, the annual Cruise-In will be July 28, 2019 with a rain date of August 4, 2019.

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

APRIL 2019:

04/17 Officer Responded to Fire Alarm at lllini Bluffs 

04/19 Officer Responded to Harassment of Bar Tender at Corner Bar 

04/22 Officer Responded to Possible Body in Ditch on 24 In front of Caterpillar
04/27 Officer Responded to Attempted Residential Burglary and Criminal Damage to Property 

04/29 Officer Assisted Other Agency with BLS call 

04/29 Officer Assisted Other Agency with Rolling Domestic 

 

MAY 2019:

05/01 Officer Found Syringe After Person Ducked behind Water Pump Station
05/03 Officer Assisted Timber Hollis On Crash 

05/06 Officer Assisted Timber Hollis On Crash 

05/07 Officer Assisted Timer Hollis on BLS Call 

05/07 Officer Made Report on Telephone Harassment
05/11 Officer Responded to Suspicious Person Call 

 

TICKETS ISSUED:

Location Offense                                                            Citation                         Warning

4th & Oak Streets Disobeyed Stop Sign                                                                X

Oak & 4th Streets Disobeyed Stop Sign                                                                X

600 Block Main Speeding                                                                                        X

Glasford & Essex Speeding                                               X

Glasford & Amy Speeding                                                  X

Glasford & Oakley Speeding                                                                                   X


Peoria County Reports: 

Deputy Responded to Theft of Property 

Deputy Responded to Motorist Assist with Keys Locked in a Car
Deputy Followed Up With Theft Report In Glasford 

Deputy Responded to Civil Matter In 2ns St 

Deputy Responded to Criminal Damage to Property 6th St 

Deputy Responded to Theft, Credit Card Fraud and Illegal Use of Credit Card Poplar 

Deputy Followed Up Report of Theft Case
Deputy Responded to Sexual Abuse
Deputy Followed Up with Theft Report 

Deputy Made Arrest In Glasford For In-State Warrant
Deputy Made Arrest In Glasford For In-State Warrant
Deputy Made Report on Hit and Run 

Deputy Responded to BLS Call 



WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.


STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.


TREASURER’S report presented and accepted.


Motion to pay bills & outstanding AmerenIL, and Visa  bills made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.


Motion to permanently transfer $3000 to Police fund made by Kingsley, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

  

Discussion of unsafe buildings tabled until future Board meeting.


Motion to retain Westervelt, Johnson, Nicoll & Keller as attorneys; Mohr and Kerr as engineers; Greim & Co. as accountants for 5.1.19 to 4.30.20 fiscal year, made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.


Motion to retain Christopher Beachler as Police Chief for the 5.1.19 to 4.30.20 fiscal year made by Kingsley, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

Motion to pass Ord. 2019-03  Prevailing Wage Ordinance, made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.


Motion to pass Resolution for signature card for Glasford Bank accounts to remove Thomas Sheckler and to include new trustee Tiffany Randle, made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.


Motion to purchase bottled water and candy for the Memorial Day Parade made by Kingsley, 2nd by Randle.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.


Committee reports presented and accepted.


Motion for adjournment made by made by Kingsley, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.


Meeting adjourned at 7:30pm.


 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

Jack Rudd, Jr., Mayor                                                                                  Tammy Jo Stetler, Village Clerk


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JUNE 20, 2019

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Randle, Michel, Kingsley, Pilgrim, and Whaley. Trustee Allen and Supt. Reimer were absent.  Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Chief Beachler; John Rudd; Nan Rudd; Bob Zessin; Annette Zessin; Travis Yearian and family; Anna Godby; Mike Coats; Tom Sheckler; Loren Bailliez and Joel Madigan.

 

Reading of   May 16, 2019  regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Kingsley, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Michael Coats representing the Zoning Committee regarding the zoning variance hearing conducted earlier before the meeting for Joel Madigan for his property at 14320 W. Glasford-Canton Road.  Mr. Coats stated that the committee had no objections for zoning variance which would allow livestock at the property at 14320 W. Glasford-Canton Road.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to approve the request by owner Joel Madigan, 14320 W. Glasford Canton Rd., Glasford, IL for VARIANCE of allowing the raising of livestock on property which is less than ten (10) acres on said property according to current zoning requirements which states that a property must be no less than ten (10) acres for the raising of livestock, made by Randle, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Travis Yearian presented to the Board a solution for the excessive water flow located on his property on West Main Street.  Mr. Yearian proposed a pond might help and how he would go about it.  Discussion followed.  Board will have engineer look into the matter and Board will get back with Mr. Yearian.

 

Bob Zessin asked for status update on 608 S. Glasford Road property and what is being done regarding the matter.  Discussion followed.

 

Nanette Rudd informed Board of upcoming St. Jude Run on July 13th and Cruise-In on July 28th.  If rain dates needed, they would be the following week.  She also requested gift baskets donation for silent auction to be held at St. Jude Run.  Discussion followed.  Village Clerk to prepare gift baskets for donation to the St. Jude Run.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

May 2019:

05/15    Officer Responded to Car Crash

05/16    Officer Assisted Bartonville with Stolen Vehicle

05/17    Officer Responded to BLS Call

05/22    Officer Made Arrest on Revoked Driver

05/24    Officer Did Welfare Check

05/26    Officer Responded to BLS Call

05/27    Officer Assisted Other Agency Welfare of

05/27    Officer Assisted County with Complaint of Juveniles Using Drugs in Reed City Park

05/28    Officer Responded to IB for On Going Problem with two Parents

05/28    Officer Responded to Complaint of Debris in the Roadway at Dollar General

05/29    Officer Conducted Investigation of Possibly Wanted Subject at Casey’s

June 2019:

06/01    Officer Responded to Car Crash

06/06    Officer Responded to Juvenile Complaint at Park

06/13    Officer Responded to BLS

06/13    Officer Responded to Crash

Peoria County Calls

05/17    Deputy Made Warrant Arrest (In Glasford)

05/19    Deputy Responded to and Made Arrest for Domestic Battery (In Glasford)

05/22    Deputy Responded to Verbal Domestic (In Glasford)

05/23    Deputy Dispatched to Theft Report (In Glasford)

05/24    County Dispatched to Telephone Harassment (In Glasford)

06/04    County Dispatched to Burglary Alarm (In Glasford)

 

Chief Beachler presented and requested of the Board to accept new Policies and Procedure Manual for the Glasford Police Department.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept new Policies and Procedure Manual for the Glasford Police Department made by Randle, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown informed the Board that the insurance claim for the March 11, 2019 damage to the lift station was completed and check was issued to make the necessary repairs.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report was not presented due to Supt. Reimer’s absence. 

 

TREASURER’S report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills & outstanding AmerenIL, and Visa  bills made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3000 to Police fund made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 7:41pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to review executive session minutes and discuss personnel matters and wages made by Kingsley 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to exit and resume regular board meeting 7:45pm made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Randle.  Roll call … Randle-AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to increase Michael Coats’ wages to $15/hr made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Randle.  Roll call … Randle-AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Trustee Kingsley presented to Board on behalf of the Glasford Heritage Day Carnival Committee to pay half of insurance for the carnival as done in previous years.  Discussion followed.  Kingsley to get insurance quote and matter will be put on agenda for July 18, 2019 board meeting.

 

Motion for adjournment made by made by Kingsley, 2nd by Randle.  Roll call … Randle—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:04pm.

 

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

Jack Rudd, Jr., Mayor                                                                                  Tammy Jo Stetler, Village Clerk


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JULY , 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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