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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, located at 305 Oak Street, and the public is encouraged to attend.

 


 

2005 Board Meetings

January 20   |   February 17   |   March 17   |   April 21   |   April 28   |   May 17   |   June 16   |   July 28

August 18   |   August 25   |   September 15   |   October 20   |   November 4   |   November 8   |   November 17   |   December 15

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JANUARY 20, 2005

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village of Glasford Board was convened at 7:00 P.M.  In attendance were Mayor Jack Rudd, Jr., Clerk Tammy Jo Stetler, Trustees Merle Allen, Randy Beecham, Dana Deal, John T. Kingsley, John Wall, Jr. and Don Whaley.  Also attending was Maint. Dept. Gary Williams and Chief Borneman.  Guests were Attorney Thomas Trager, Accountant Phil Michael.

 

Minutes of the previous meetings were read and accepted.

 

Accountant Phil Michael presented to Board the April 30, 2004 Audit.  Discussion of new format of audit and contents thereof.

 

Attorney Thomas Trager presented to Board ordinances to be passed and discussion of those changes made to ordinances.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2005-01 AMENDING TITLE 10, VEHICLES IN TRAFFIC, BY AMENDING TITLE 10 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, 1987, TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATION OF SEATBELTS IN THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, made by Wall, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2005-02 AMENDING TITLE 10, VEHICLES IN TRAFFIC, BY AMENDING TITLE 10 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, 1987, TO ESTABLISH RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR DESIGNATED PARKING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, made by Deal, 2nd Allen.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2005-03 AMENDING CERTAIN PROVISION OF CHAPTER 10.12, PARKING, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD 1987, AS AMENDED AND REPEALING SECTIONS OF CHAPTER 10.12, PARKING, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, 1987, AS AMENDED, made by Allen, 2nd by Wall.  Roll call … all ayes.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2005-04 AMENDING TITLE 10, VEHICLES IN TRAFFIC, TO PROVIDE AND AUTHORIZE TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT OF SECTIONS OF THE ILLINOIS MOTOR VEHICLE CODE AND ISSUE OF NOTICE OF VIOLATION OR CITATIONS FOR NONE-REPORTABLE MOTOR VEHICLE VIOLATIONS AS SET OUT IN THE ILLINOIS MOTOR VEHICLE CODE, made by Wall, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2005-05 AMENDING CERTAIN PARTS OF CHAPTER 1.16 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD 1987, AS AMENDED, AND REPEALING PORTIONS OF SAID CHAPTER, made by Deal, 2nd by Wall.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.

 

Police report presented and accepted.

 

Maintenance report was presented and accepted. 

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.  Motion to pay bills made by Wall, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Motion to permanently transfer $4500.00 to Police Fund made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call … all ayes to follow. 

 

 

Discussion that current contract with Quality Disposal ends July 2005.  Clerk told to place notice of bid in Glasford Gazette.

 

Discussion of how many hours an employee can work in a year before considered full-time.  Clerk informed Board that the minimum hours are 1000 hours within the year.  Discussion that Chief is averaging 90 hours per month.      

 

Discussion of cleaning carpet and floors in Village Hall.  Trustee Wall to check into and present findings at future meeting.

 

Zoning committee confirmed by President Rudd as follows:  Lewis Harman, Robert Kaufman and Loren Bailliez.  Mayor to contact Don Hosher and John D. Kingsley to be alternates for zoning committee. 

 

No reports from the committees.

 

Motion to adjourn meeting made by Deal, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:15 PM.  

 

 

_________________________                                                    _________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

FEBRUARY 17, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village of Glasford Board was convened at 7:00 P.M.  In attendance were Mayor Jack Rudd, Jr., Clerk Tammy Jo Stetler, Trustees Merle Allen, Dana Deal, John T. Kingsley, John Wall, Jr. and Don Whaley.  Also attending was Maint. Dept. Gary Williams and Chief Borneman.  Guests were Attorney Thomas Trager, Dick Shurts, Robert Hinderliter, and Michael Robertson,

Minutes of the previous meetings were read and accepted.

Dick Shurts presented petition regarding allowing sale of liquor on Sundays.  Discussion followed and matter tabled until next meeting.

Robert Hinderliter presented petition regarding not allowing sale of liquor on Sundays.  Discussion followed and matter tabled until next meeting. 

Attorney Thomas Trager presented to Board ordinances to be passed and discussion of those changes made to ordinances.

Police report presented and accepted.

Maintenance report was presented and accepted.

Williams presented to Board estimates from Gene Wilson of Christmas Tree Farms for two (2) lighted Christmas banners.  Motion to purchase two (2) lighted Christmas banners from Wilson made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.

Williams requested information on what streets are to be seal-coated in 2005.  Board told Williams and Trustee Allen to determine which streets need to be done and to present findings at next meeting.

Williams requested permission to purchase a new flag pole to be erected at Village Hall.  Board granted permission to purchase new flag pole 

Williams requested permission to take Village pick-up truck to Conrad’s Auto Repair to replace transmission.  Permission granted.

Water/Sewer report was presented and accepted. 

Roberts presented to Board the need for a new generator to operate both systems in the event of power outage.  New generator would prevent discharge from lift station.  Roberts told to obtain pricing information and report findings at next meeting.

Clerk told to place notice of bid in Glasford Gazette for mowing of Village grounds for summer of 2005.  All sealed bids to be presented at March 17, 2005 board meeting.

Clerk told to place notice of clean-up day and appliance pick-up day set for first weekend of April 2005. 

Clerk requested permission to purchase new printer that would be able to accommodate the extra weight of paper needed for water/sewer and garbage bills.  Permission granted.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.  Motion to pay bills made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Motion to permanently transfer $4500.00 to Police Fund made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.   Permission denied to pay remaining half of Peoria County Highway Department’s bill.

Discussion of the need to cut hours of police officers due to funding.

No reports from the committees.

Motion to adjourn meeting made by Deal, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:15 PM.  

_________________________                                                    _________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

MARCH 17, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village of Glasford Board was convened at 7:00 P.M.  In attendance were Mayor Jack Rudd, Jr., Clerk Tammy Jo Stetler, Trustees Merle Allen, Randy Beecham, Dana Deal, John T. Kingsley, John Wall, Jr. and Don Whaley.  Also attending was Maint. Dept. Gary Williams, Lt. Steve Coleman, and Chief Borneman.  Guests were Attorney Jeremy Bell, Engineer Frank Sturm, Dick Shurts, Robert Hinderliter, Michael Flamingo, Jim Arnold, Sharon Arnold, Jerry Smith, and Tom Chambers,

Minutes of the previous meetings were read and accepted.

Dick Shurts requested he be allowed to sell liquor on Sundays.  Robert Hinderliter requested that no alcohol be allowed to be sold on Sundays.  Discussion followed and Board agreed to have matter put on the next available general election as a Public Question Vote.  Motion made by Wall, 2nd by Deal. Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Tom Chambers voiced concern regarding numerous ordinance violations occurring at 407 E. Third Street.  Mr. Chambers was told violations notices were served upon owners of said property and proper procedure was being followed in accordance with the Village Code of Ordinances.  Discussion followed regarding proper procedures.

Attorney Jeremy Bell presented to Board draft ordinances to be passed at a future meeting and discussion of those ordinances.

Engineer Frank Sturm presented to Board options for repair of streets within the Village.  Also, discussion of proposed Intergovernmental Maintenance Agreement submitted by the Peoria County Highway Department.  Discussion followed. . . Board agreed to enter into agreement with Peoria County Highway Department.

Frank Sturm informed Board that the construction permit was received from the I.E.P.A. for Well No. 3 and only thing needed now is grant for said construction.  

Police report presented and accepted.

Maintenance report was presented and accepted.

Williams presented to Board proposed streets to be seal-coated for the 2005 summer.  Board told Williams told to get estimates from Peoria County and present at April 21, 2005 meeting.

Williams asked permission to purchase new door for garage entry way.  Permission granted.

Williams asked permission to place white rock at Baptist Church near new sidewalk recently installed.  Permission granted.

Clerk presented Dustin & Naomi Markley’s demolition permit applications for demolition of old garage and barn.  Board approved permits.

Clerk presented Bret Robbins’ building permit application to add addition to residence.  Board approved permit.

Clerk presented three (3) sealed bids for mowing:  $2,000.00 (for 7 month season) bid by Loren Martin; $60.00 bid by Jerry Wolfe; $60.00 bid by Jacob Stetler.  Motion to award job to Jerry Wolfe made by Wall, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.  

Clerk informed Board that the Glasford Community Garage Sales are set for May 20th & 21st, 2005.  Clerk told to put ads in the appropriate newspapers.

No Water/Sewer report was presented. 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.  Motion to pay bills made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Motion to permanently transfer $2500.00 to Police Fund made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.   Permission granted to pay remaining half of Peoria County Highway Department’s bill.

No reports from the committees.

Motion to adjourn meeting made by Wall, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Meeting was adjourned at 9:15 PM.  

_________________________                                                _________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

APRIL 21, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village of Glasford Board was convened at 7:00 P.M.  In attendance were Mayor Jack Rudd, Jr., Clerk Tammy Jo Stetler, Trustees Merle Allen, Randy Beecham, Dana Deal, John T. Kingsley, John Wall, Jr. and Don Whaley.  Also attending was Maint. Dept. Gary Williams and Chief Borneman.  Guests were Herman Wagehoft, Joyce Thornton, X-Waste Disposal Representative, Area Disposal Representative and Frank Record.

Minutes of the previous meetings were read and accepted.

Herman Wagehoft informed Board of the turnout for the April 2, 2005 Clean Up Day and presented his bill for services rendered for said event.

Joyce Thornton asked Board policy for late fees and that the water shut-off valve be replaced at her property.   Gary Williams told to look into situation following day.

Police report presented and accepted.

Maintenance report was presented and accepted.

Williams update Board on the status with contract negotiations with Peoria County Highway Department.  No word from the County yet on whether or not contract was going to be accepted.

Discussion that work orders need to be given to Gary or Harold by committee person to prevent any miscommunication for work to be done. 

Clerk presented four (4) sealed bids for residential garbage removal:    Waste Management of Illinois, Inc.; Area Disposal Services, Inc.; X Waste Disposal; and Quality Disposal Company.  Motion to award contact to Quality Disposal made by Whaley, 2nd by Wall.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.  

Motion to raise the monthly charge for garbage removal from $8.00/month to $9.00/month, made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

No Water/Sewer report was presented. 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.  Motion to pay bills made by Deal, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Motion to permanently transfer $1500.00 to Police Fund made by Wall, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.   

Discussion of placing the unmarked police car up for sale/bid.  Clerk told to check into the value of said automobile and present findings at next meeting.

No reports from the committees.

Board entered into executive session at 8:40 p.m.

Board exited out of executive session at 8:50 p.m.

Motion to adjourn meeting made by Wall, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … all ayes to follow.  Meeting was adjourned at 9:05 PM.  

_________________________                                             _________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

APRIL 28, 2005

A special meeting of the Village Board of Glasford regarding appointment of new Police Chief was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, Wall, Whaley.  Also in attendance was Mark Harper.  Trustee Deal was Protem Clerk in Clerk Stetler’s absence.

Discussion on appointing Sgt. Mark Harper to the position of Police Chief.

Board entered into executive session at 7:15pm.

Board exited executive session at 7:35pm.

Motion to appoint Sgt. Mark Harper to position of Police Chief made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Motion for adjournment was made by Deal, 2nd by Wall.  Meeting was adjourned at 7:45pm.

__________________________                           ____________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

MAY 17, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, Wall, Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Maintenance Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts. 

Minutes of previous meeting was read and accepted.

Motion to retain Mark Harper as Police Chief, Thomas Trager as Village attorney, and Frank Sturm as Village engineer made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Discussion of soda to purchased for Memorial Day parade.  Board approved said purchase.

Motion to pass Ordinance 2005-06 an Ordinance amending title 18, zoning, of the Code of Ordinances of the Village of Glasford 1970, as amended, made by Wall, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Motion to pass Ordinance 2005-07 Annual Appropriations Ordinance made by Kingsley, 2nd by Beecham.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Motion to pass MFT Resolution for period 5/1/05 to 4/30/06 made by Allen, 2nd by Beecham.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills was made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.   Motion to permanently transfer $1500.00 to Police Fund, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

Williams presented to Board that Village residents are burning leaves and other yard waste on Village property (i.e. alleyways, curbs, sidewalks).  Board informed Williams that NO burning is allowed on Village property.  Clerk told to put notice of such in Glasford Gazette.

Williams presented two (2) estimates for cutting of three (3) Village trees.  Bull’s Tree Service $1,190.00 (cut, grind and removal) and Bob Barton Tree Service $1,000.00 (cut and grind only).  Board approved Bull’s Tree Service.

Williams updated Board on 2005 seal-coating progress.  Seal-coating is anticipated to be completed by the end of July 2005.  Williams also presented bids for asphalt patch work to done within Village.  Midwest Asphalt Repair $2725.00 - #3100.00 per day and Ace in the Hole $2475.00.  Board approved Midwest Asphalt Repair.

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

Roberts discussed the need to increase water/sewer rates.  Discussion followed.  Motion to increase water/sewer rates by 25% made by Deal, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call:  Allen-Nay, Beecham-Aye, Deal-Aye, Kingsley-Aye, Wall-Aye, Whaley-Aye.  Motion passed. 

Roberts asked permission to purchase return slush pump for the sewer plant.  Board approved purchase.

Police report presented and accepted.

Trustee Whaley brought to the table an idea of possible formation of tri-village police department with Kingston Mines and Mapleton.  Matter tabled until further information could be obtained.

No other committee reports presented at this time.

Motion for adjournment was made by Deal, 2nd by Wall.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:35pm.

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

JUNE 16, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:05pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Beecham, Deal, Wall, Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Maintenance Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Todd Henderson and Darin Pilgrim. 

Reading of minutes from previous meeting was tabled until next month.

Darin Pilgrim requested from Board that the police run radar on speeding traffic on North Glasford Road.  Pilgrim expressed concern for the children in the neighborhood and that the speeding be stopped.  Chief Harper stated that he would have officers patrol the area more in the future.

Clerk presented to Board written proposal submitted by Tiffany Pippin requesting that she be allowed to operate a concession trailer.  Board stated that a $250 permit would have to be purchased and that trailer can be placed on Conrad’s property at corner of Oak & Second Streets.  Motion to permit Tiffany’s concession trailer made by Deal, 2nd by Beecham.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Police report presented and accepted.

Chief Harper presented to Board new officer Todd Henderson.  Chief also informed Board that Officer Schubert submitted his resignation effective June 1, 2005. 

Chief Harper presented to Board the new procedure on processing ordinance violations.  Violators would be served with a violation via certified mail.  If violation is not cleared up within the allotted time, a Notice to Appear would then be served upon the violator.

Motion to pass Ordinance 2005-08 AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, PEORIA COUNTY, ILLINOIS ASCERTAINING THE PREVAILING RATE OF WAGES FOR LABORERS, WORKMEN AND MECHANICS EMPLOYED ON PUBLIC WORKS OF SAID VILLAGE, made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills was made by Deal, 2nd by Beecham.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.   Motion to permanently transfer $2,000.00 to Police Fund, made by Deal, 2nd by Beecham.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

Williams informed the Board of trees that were cut down due to the severe storm that passed through Glasford earlier this month.  Williams also stated that several residents were requesting limbs to be trimmed.  Board stated that the Village does not trim trees and that trees are to be cut down if dead or in the way of power lines.

Williams updated Board on the progress with the seal-coating of the streets.  Williams also presented information regarding a Dura-Patcher that could be used to repair potholes and intersections within the Village.  Board told Williams to check into further and report back at future meeting.

Williams updated Board on information regarding installation of utility poles for the purpose of displaying holiday lights for the 2006 holiday season.

Williams requested permission to purchase a new transit.  Board approved purchase of new transit.

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

Roberts asked permission to purchase a three-phase generator for lift station pumps.  Board approved purchase.

No other committee reports presented at this time.

Motion for adjournment was made by Deal, 2nd by Whaley.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:35pm.

__________________________                          ____________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

JULY 28, 2005

The Variance Hearing requested by Russell Taylor was convened at 6:45pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Deal, Kingsley, and Whaley.  Also in attendance was Russell Taylor.

Russell Taylor requested a variance be issued for his property located at 211 W. Main Street for the purpose of rebuilding garage that was damaged in storm earlier this spring.  Taylor requested that the variance be issued for reconstruction of garage on existing foundation which is not in compliance with existing zoning requirements.  Discussion followed.  Motion to for variance made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call...all ayes to follow.

Motion for adjournment made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call…all ayes to follow.

Hearing adjourned at 6:50pm.

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The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Deal, Kingsley, and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Lt. Timothy Bristol,  Maintenance Supt. Williams, Rick Shurts, Cherie Colston, Paul Leason. 

Minutes from previous meetings were read and accepted.

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The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Deal, Kingsley, and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Lt. Timothy Bristol,  Maintenance Supt. Williams, Rick Shurts, Cherie Colston, Paul Leason. 

Minutes from previous meetings were read and accepted.

Paul Leason requested that a neighborhood watch program be created in order to slow speeding traffic on North Glasford Road.  Leason expressed concern for the children in the neighborhood and that the speeding needed to be stopped. Discussion followed.

Rick Shurts and Cherie Colston questioned Board on if a shared driveway was allowed for Mr. Shurts’ two neighboring properties on Poplar Street.  Board explained that shared driveways would not be allowed and that he had to distinguish the line between the driveways.  Mrs. Colston questioned about an agreement that could be possibly be drawn up for property owners regarding an easement.  Board informed Mrs. Colston that Mr. Shurts would have to contact his own attorney regarding a matter of this sort due to it being a civil matter between property owners. 

Police report presented and accepted.

Chief Harper presented to Board need for more hours due to school resuming in August.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to increase hours to 40 hours per week as of August 22, 2005. 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2005-09 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 2005-08, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follo-wrap: simple; text-autospace: none"> Williams presented to Board that residents on Poplar Street are requesting that an additional light pole be installed in the 600 block.  Discussion followed.  Clerk told to check into and proceed with request to AmerenCIPS.

No committee reports presented at this time.

Board entered into executive session at 8:30pm.

Board exited executive session at 8:35pm.

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:45pm.

 

__________________________                           ____________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

AUGUST 18, 2005 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, Wall and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Maintenance Supt. Williams, Debbie Robbins, James Cummings, and Pastor Walter Wilkins. 

Minutes from previous meeting were read and accepted.

Debbie Robbins presented to Board intentions of constructing water lines on her property on Glasford-Canton Road and the requirements needed to proceed with project.  Discussion followed.

James Cummings presented to Board the status on the CDAP grant the Village applied for earlier this year.  Cummings informed Board that Village has received the grant in the amount of $372,700 and the next steps in the grant process.  Discussion followed.

Police report presented and accepted.

Chief Harper requested permission to purchase new mace and a container to store said mace.  Permission granted.

Chief Harper presented to Board the need to amend Ordinance No. 70-2 regarding burning of fires and time restrictions within the Village limits.  Discussion followed.  Motion to amend Ordinance 70-2 made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call…all ayes to follow.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills was made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.   Motion to permanently transfer $2,000.00 to Police Fund, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Discussion on revocation of liquor license for BJ’s Corner Tap due to the State Liquor Commission revoking liquor license.

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

Discussion on what sidewalks that was to be repaired.  Williams presented to Board the need for repair on sidewalks on the north side of Oakley Streets.  Williams told to check into estimates and report back with findings at next meeting.

Williams presented status of seal coating and the need to seal cracks on Main and Oak Streets.  Board told Williams to contract Midwest Asphalt Co. to perform the needed maintenance.

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

Roberts presented to Board the need for individual curb stops for water service in apartment buildings so that entire building would not have water services interrupted due to non-payment of one tenant.  Discussion followed. 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2005-10 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING CHARGES AND RATES FOR THE USE AND SERVICE OF THE COMBINED WATER WORKS AND SEWER SYSTEM OF THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, PEORIA COUNTY, ILLINOIS, made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . Allen-nay; Beecham-aye; Deal-aye; Kingsley-aye; Wall-aye; and Whaley-aye.  Motion passed…five (5) ayes and one (1) nay.

No committee reports presented at this time.

Motion for adjournment was made by Wall, 2nd by Deal.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:50pm.

__________________________                           ____________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

AUGUST 25, 2005

A special meeting of the Village Board of Glasford regarding reinstatement of BJ’s Corner Tap liquor license was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Trustees Deal, Kingsley, Wall, Whaley.  Also in attendance was Roberta Munson.  Trustee Deal was Protem Clerk in Clerk Stetler’s absence.

Roberta Munson requested Board to reinstate her Village liquor license.  Discussion followed.

Motion to reinstate BJ’s Corner Tap Village liquor license made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Motion for adjournment was made by Deal, 2nd by Wall.  Meeting was adjourned at 7:35pm.

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

SEPTEMBER 15, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Deal, Kingsley, Wall and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Maintenance Supt. Williams, James Cummings, Frank Sturm, Roberta Munson, Ron and Kathy Zepp. 

Minutes from previous meeting were read and accepted.

Roberta Munson presented to Board the new owners of BJ’s Corner Tap, Ron & Kathy Zepp.  Ron informed Board of the new name for the bar would be 4 Corners Tap and the intentions he had for the bar.  Discussion followed.

Phil Michael, account for the Village, presented the Audit for 5/1/04 to 4/30/05.  Discussion followed.

James Cummings informed Board the status on grant procedure.  Discussion followed.

Frank Sturm, with Austin Engineering, presented to Board status on grant procedure and that the logical location for well #3 would be located on Third Street.  Discussion followed.  Motion to construct Well #3 on Village’s Third Street property, made by Whaley, 2nd by Wall.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.  

Police report presented and accepted.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills and outstanding bills which include BP Oil and AmerenCIPS, was made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.   Motion to permanently transfer $3,000.00 to Police Fund, made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Clerk/Treasurer Stetler informed Board that according to April 30, 2004 Audit and April 30, 2005 Audit Water/Sewer Funds owed General Funds the amounts of $17656.00 and $11,300.00 accordingly.  Also, Police Funds owed General Funds the amount of $363.00 per the April 30, 2005 Audit.  Discussion followed.  Motion to permanently transfer $17,656.00 from the Water/Sewer Funds to General and $363.00 from the Police Funds to General, made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call. . . all ayes to follow.  The remaining balance of $11,300.00 from Water/Sewer Funds to be transferred at a later date.

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

Discussion on purchase of generator for water/sewer department.  Wall and Whaley are to check into it and report back at a later date.

Clerk/Treasurer Stetler requested permission for to purchase candy and have cash prizes for the three (3) age divisions for the Halloween Parade.  Permission granted.

Clerk/Treasurer Stetler requested permission to purchase tulip and daffodil bulbs for Village flower beds.  Permission granted.

Fall Clean-Up Days set for October 22, 2005 from 7:00am to 12:00pm.

No committee reports presented at this time.

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:45pm.

 

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

OCTOBER 20, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, Wall and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Maintenance Supt. Williams, James Cummings, and David Etheridge.  Trustee Wall was Protem Clerk in Clerk Stetler’s absence. 

Minutes waived until November 17, 2005 meeting.

James Cummings informed Board the status on grant procedure and time requirements for upcoming notices for bids to be published.  Discussion followed.  Williams to look into matter and report back at future meeting.

David Etheridge presented to Board a request to raise sidewalk up to the elevation of Fahenstock Street.  Discussion followed.

Bids for transit opened.  One bid from John Wall, Jr. for $60.00.  Board accepted bid of $60.00 from John Wall, Jr.

Board agreed to have Austin Engineering survey Third Street properties before construction of Well #3 begins.

Police report presented and accepted.

Chief Harper informed Board of Officer Herron’s resignation. 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills from General Funds and Peoria County Highway’s Department bill from MFT Funds, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.   Motion to permanently transfer $2,000.00 to Police Fund, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

Williams requested permission from Board to cut down tree located near the alley at Walnut and Essex.  Permission granted.

Request from resident on West Main Street that more speed zone signs be erected on West Main Street.  Discussion followed.  Request denied.

Proposed draft of Firearm Ordinance tabled until after January 2006.

Permission for Clerk to purchase turkeys for Village employees from C&M Market for the 2005 holiday season.

No Water/Sewer report was presented.

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2005-11 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 8.36, OPEN BURNING, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES FOR THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, 1987, AS AMENDED, TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATION OF BURNING IN THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD AND REPEALING CERTAIN ORDINANCES RELATED THERETO, with amendments, made by Whaley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

No committee reports presented at this time.

Entered into executive session at 8:05pm.

Exited executive session at 8:15pm.

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:52pm.

 

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

NOVEMBER 4, 2005

A special meeting of the Village Board of Glasford regarding purchase of 305 S. Oak Street was convened at 5:30pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Tammy Stetler, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, and Wall. 

Discussion regarding procedure for purchase of 305 S. Oak Street.  Discussion followed. 

Motion to table matter until November 8, 2005, made by Wall, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Motion for adjournment was made by Beecham, 2nd by Wall.  Meeting was adjourned at 5:50pm.

 

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

NOVEMBER 8, 2005

A special meeting of the Village Board of Glasford regarding purchase of 305 S. Oak Street was convened at 5:30pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Tammy Stetler, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, Wall, and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Attorney Thomas Trager and Harold Clark. 

Attorney Trager presented to Board ordinance to be passed regarding purchase of 305 S. Oak Street.  Discussion followed regarding terms for purchase of 305 S. Oak St. as follows:

-                      Total amount $20,000 

-                      $2,000 down payment, with remaining amount of $18, 000 to be financed by Glasford State Bank for 5years at 5.5% fixed rate interest with a 9year payout amortization.

-                      Payments to be $215/month to paid from General Funds.

Motion to Pass Ordinance 2005-12 AN ORDINANCE CONFIRMING AND AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT OF THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, TO PURCHASE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 305 S. OAK STREET, GLASFORD, ILLINOIS 61533; AUTHORIZING AND CONFIRMING THE CONTRACT TO PURCHASE THE REAL ESTATE ENTERED INTO ON THE 27TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2005, WITH MODIFICATIONS; AUTHORIZING FUNDS FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE REAL ESTATE; AND AUTHORIZING THE DEMOLITION OF THE STRUCTURES LOCATED ON THE PREMISES AT 305 S. OAK STREET, GLASFORD, ILLINOIS 615533 made by Wall, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Meeting was adjourned at 5:40pm.

 

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

NOVEMBER 17, 2005

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, Wall and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Maintenance Supt. Williams, Betty McCoy, and Dick Shurts.  

Minutes from previous meeting were read and accepted.

Betty McCoy requested that her ditch be filled in with dirt.  Discussion followed.  Request denied.

Dick Shurts requested permission for Mother’s Bar & Grill to stay open later on New Year’s Eve.  Discussion followed.  Bar to close at 2:00am, no one to enter bar after such time, and once someone leaves the bar they cannot be allowed to re-enter bar.

Discussion about ordinance violations regarding swimming pools.  Chief told to issue ordinance violations for no fences around swimming pools.

Discussion regarding donation to IBHS Senior Citizen’s Christmas Program.  Board agreed to a $100 donation.

Board reviewed executive sessions minutes.

Discussion regarding Associate’s Appreciation Dinner for 2006.  Dinner set for January 27, 2006.

Discussion regarding authorization for agreement with Austin Engineering for construction engineering of Well #3. Motion to enter said agreement made by Beecham, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Police report presented and accepted.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenCIPS, BP Oil, Photography by Trisha, Pekin Daily Time bills, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.   Motion to pay Economic Development Council for Central Illinois’ bill, made by Wall, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call. . . all ayes to follow.  Motion to permanently transfer $2,000.00 to Police Fund, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Deal.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

Williams requested that new Christmas lights be stored at $200/yr at the manufacturer in Hanna City.  Permission granted.

Water/Sewer report was presented and accepted.

Roberts requested permission to purchase new tools for sewer plant.  Permission granted.

No committee reports presented at this time.

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Deal.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:05pm.

 

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

DECEMBER 15, 2005 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Beecham, Deal, Kingsley, Wall and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Maintenance Supt. Williams, Frank Sturm, James Cummings, Thomas Trager, Tom Robertson Jr., and Dick Shurts.  

Minutes from previous meeting were read and accepted.

Tom Robertson, Jr. requested from Board use of Village property for 2006 Community Sale in March as in previous years.  Permission granted.

Dick Shurts requested permission for Mother’s Bar & Grill to stay open on Super Bowl Sunday which falls on February 5, 2006.  Discussion followed.  Village bars can open at Noon on 2/5/06 and be closed at 12:00am. 

Frank Sturm presented bids for drilling of Well #3.  Bids received were as follows:

 

1. Water Well Solution Service -- $305,396.00

2. Layne Western – $237,770.00

3. Gorsch Irrigation -- $479,535.00

Discussion followed.  Motion to accept low bid from Layne Western made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call ... all ayes to follow.

James Cummings presented to Board next step with acceptance of Layne Western’s bid for drilling of Well #3. 

Attorney Trager informed Board of ordinance changes re: increase of fines for traffic violations.  Draft of amended ordinances to be presented at January 2006 meeting.

Police report presented and accepted.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills and outstanding Schwartz Engineering, AmerenCIPS, BP Oil, Nextel, Peoria County Highway bills, made by Wall, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow.   Motion to permanently transfer $2,500.00 to Police Fund, made by Wall, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call . . . all ayes to follow. 

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

Water/Sewer report was presented and accepted.

No committee reports presented at this time.

Motion for adjournment was made by Deal, 2nd by Kingsley.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:00pm.

 

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

 

 

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