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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.


 

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VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JANUARY 16, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, John Rudd and Tony Brown.

Motion to accept December 2013 minutes with corrections made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

Motion to hire Anthony Brown as part-time general labor and water/sewer substitute employee made by Whaley, 2nd by Malin. Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.  

John Rudd requested from the Board that Whitetails Fire Pit and Main St. Pub be allowed to be open on 2014 Super Bowl Sunday.  Motion to allow Whitetails Fire Pit and Main St. Pub to be open on 2014 Super Bowl Sunday made by Bailey, 2nd by Whaley. Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – NAYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  5 ayes and 1 naye.  Motion carried.  Both bars can be open on 2014 Super Bowl Sunday from 12:00pm to 12:00am.

Police report presented and accepted. 

Police incidents reported as follows:

            12/15/13         Officer responded to violation of Order of Protection

            12/18/13         Officer made report on stolen registration

            12/25/13         Officer responded to phone harassment

            12/26/13         Officer responded to an alarm at Casey’s

            12/27/13         Officer assisted other agency on disorderly conduct call

            12/27/13         Officer assisted other agency on sexual assault

12/28/13         Officer responded to aggravated battery at Glasford Corner Tap.  Parties gone on arrival, no arrest made.

12/31/13         Officer assisted other agency on notification to parent of arrested minor

01/02/14         Officer served papers for Ordinance Violation

01/04/14         Officer made arrest on driving while suspended

01/04/14         Officer responded to aggravated battery/aggravated assault at Glasford Corner Tap.  Parties gone on arrival, no arrests made.

01/10/14         Officer wrote ordinance violation for possession of marijuana 2.5-10 grams

01/11/14         Officer responded to man with a gun at Glasford Corner Tap.  No arrests made.

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

Motion to permanently transfer $3000 to Police Fund, made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

Maintenance report not presented due to Williams’ absence. 

Trustee Malin asked that the bars be required to obtain a special permit to be open on Super Bowl Sundays and that there be a fee for said permit.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until April 17, 2014 meeting.

Trustee Malin asked about hiring procedures.  Discussion followed.

Motion to present part-time or full-time new hires before Board before adding to payroll made by Malin, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – NAYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  5 ayes and 1 naye.  Motion carried.

Anthony Brown asked the Board what training/schooling he needed to be fill in for the water/sewer department in the event of Roberts’ absence for vacation, training, etc.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed that the Village will pay any costs related to training/schooling to be certified to be substitute for when Roberts is absent due to vacation, training, etc.  However, if Brown does not pass required courses, he will reimburse the Village for any monies spent on the training.  Roberts to begin training Brown so he will be able to fill in for him during an OHSA Training Seminar in March 2014.

Motion to purchase six (6) more Christmas lights made by Allen, 2nd by Michel.    Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.  Board agreed upon two wreaths, two bells and two stars.  The old Christmas decorations are to be phased out.

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted. 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

Meeting was adjourned at 7:49pm.

 

 

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

FEBRUARY 20, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets Maint. Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Tom Webb and Tony Brown.

 

Motion to accept January 2014 minutes with corrections made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Tom Webb requested permission from the Board for the use of Tiger Bluffs Park for the March 15, 2014 Community Sale.  Permission granted.

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Police incidents reported as follows:

 

01/16  Officer Responded to a Verbal Domestic

01/17  Officer Assisted County on an Crash in Kingston Mines

01/21  Officer Made Arrest for Theft Under

01/22  Officer Assisted County on Crash on Route 24

01/23  Officer Made Report on Criminal Damage to Property

01/24  Officer Wrote Ordinance for Expired Registration

01/28  Officer Assisted County on Domestic Battery Arrest

01/30  Officer Assisted County on House Fire in Kingston Mines

01/31  Officer Made Arrest for Theft under

 

02/02  Officer Assisted Motorist in Glasford

02/02  Officer Assisted County on Crash in Mapleton

02/05  Officer Assisted County on Motorist Assist

02/05  Officer Made Arrest for Driving Revoked

                     – Wrote Village Ordinances for Poss of Marijuana and Poss of Paraphernalia

02/07  Officer Responded to Disorderly Conduct at Main St Bar

02/08  Officer Assisted County on Dispatching a Deer

02/09  Officer Responded to Civil Domestic

02/12  Officer Assisted County on Deer Carcass removal on Route 24

02/13  Officer Made Warrant Arrest

02/13  Officer Responded to Alarm At Illini Bluffs

02/14  Officer Assisted County on Burglary In Progress

02/14  Officer Assisted County on Crash on E Main

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3000 to Police Fund, made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Williams expressed concern to the Board regarding parking on Village streets during 2 or more inches of snowfall where it creates problems for proper snow removal.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to have Village attorney amend parking ordinance to include parking ban during heavy amount of snowfall and that violators will be towed.  Ordinance to be presented at March 20, 2014 board meeting.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted. 

 

Supt. Roberts expressed his concern for safety regarding the conditions where the salt is being stored for snow removal.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed that a 3-sided shed (similar to Timber Township’s salt shed) needs to be constructed for the storage of salt for future use.  Williams to get 2 estimates and report back at the March 20, 2014 Board meeting.

 

Mayor Rudd presented to Board the quote for surveillance cameras to be installed on Village property around Village Hall and maintenance shed.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until the May 15, 2014 meeting.

 

Clerk Stetler asked the Board if mowing bids are to be accepted at the April 17, 2014 Board meeting.  Board agreed to have sealed bids accepted at April 17, 2014 Board meeting.

 

Motion to pass Resolution 2014-01 Authorizing the Corporate Authorities to Annex 307 E. Tenth St. into the Village limits made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2014-01 Amending Title 5, Chapter 5.20 Alcoholic Beverages, Section 5.20.110 of the Code of Ordinances of the Village of Glasford 1987, as Amended, made by Bailey, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2014-02 An Ordinance Amending Chapter 5.20 “Alcoholic Beverages” of the Code of Ordinances of the Village of Glasford 1987, As Amended, with corrections, made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Trustee Schoenbrun informed Board that Whitetails Fire Pit had not met requirements for the smoking area located on the west side of the property.  The deadline was December 2013 and it has not yet been completed.  Discussion followed.  Mayor Rudd to contact John and Nanette Rudd to be present at March 20, 2014 Board meeting so this matter can be further discussed.

 

Trustee Malin asked of the Board the procedures for obtaining building permits and their fees.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until March 20, 2014 Board meeting.

 

Trustee Malin asked of the Board about the ownership of the former Corner Bar.  Discussion followed.  Malin informed of new owner, Peggy Allen, and all requirements were met to obtain liquor license.

 

Trustee Schoenbrun asked of the Board of the parking regulations at the intersection of East Second and South Oak Streets.  Schoenbrun stated that the stop sign cannot be seen due to the parking of the vehicles from Conrad’s Auto Repair Shop.  Discussion followed.  Williams to install a sign stating no parking within 25 feet of the stop sign at the intersection.

 

Motion for 10-minute break at 8:15pm was made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:27pm. 

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 8:31pm.

 

 

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MARCH 20, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets Maint. Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Jim Cummings, John & Nanette Rudd and Tony Brown.

 

Motion to accept February 2014 minutes made by Michel, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Board recognized John & Nanette Rudd.  Discussion regarding the smoking area at Whitetails Fire Pit and when it would be finished.  Board agreed to allow 90 days to complete construction.

 

Jim Cummings informed Board of the status of the grant process for the sewer.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to continue with income survey and put hold on application until the North end sewer lines are televised.

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Police incidents reported as follows:

           

February 2014: 

2/17    Officer assisted Peoria Co on an accident Rt 24 East of Glasford Rd.

2/17    Officer assisted Peoria County on an accident Rt 24 & Strube Rd.

2/18    Officer assisted Peoria County & Timber-Hollis FD on Rt 24 & Romine Rd – Female disoriented.

2/19    Officer responded to Canton-Glasford & Shryock Rd on car vs deer accident.

2/20    Power out in town

2/20    Homeowner found suspicious footsteps around house on Poplar – was the meter reader.

2/20    Officer towed vehicle for fictitious plates on 6th St.

2/22    Officer wrote ordinance on junk vehicle on 4th St.

2/22    Officer took report of a runaway on N Oak St.

2/22    Officer arrested female on a warrant

2/24    Officer stood by for civil transfer of property

2/26    Officer responded to an accident with injuries on 300 blk N Glasford Rd

                     - 1 Arrest for DUI / No Valid Insurance

2/27    Officer responded with Peoria County to Catfish Cove on a large fight – deferred prior to arrival

2/28    Officer responded to Mapleton on a suicidal male.

 

March 2014:

3/12    Officer wrote ordinances on junk vehicles (Poplar St)

3/13    Officer responded with Timber-Hollis on a sick female

3/14    Officer investigated possible loud car on Main – nothing found

3/15    Officer responded to Main St Pub on trouble with female patron issued ordinance for Disorderly Conduct.

3/15    Officer responded to Main St Pub on trouble with different female patron

                        issued ordinance for Disorderly Conduct

3/16    Officer responded to W Main on harassing text messages

3/16    Officer responded to Helen St on a domestic – Female arrested for Domestic Battery

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $5000 to Police Fund, made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Discussion of the outcome of the election results regarding liquor sales on Sundays. Discussion followed.

 

Motion to allow and pass ordinance at April 17, 2014 for Alcohol Sales on Sundays from noon to midnight made by Bailey, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to accept Akron Services building permit application for grain bin made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Board reviewed draft ordinance regarding parking during snow removal.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to present Attorney Trager with changes and present at April 17, 2014 Board meeting for passage.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Williams requested permission from the Board to sealcoat E. Sixth Street from Bussell Court to S. Glasford Road.  Board agreed to have said streets sealcoated for summer 2014.

 

Williams presented to Board the estimate from Rademaker Construction for attic door in the amount of $922.59.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Rademaker Construction’s estimate for $922.59 made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Clerk informed Board that Garage Sale Days would be May 9th and May 10th this year.

 

Clerk requested permission to have Engineer Sturm prepare revised MFT estimate to include fuel and labor costs regarding snow removal this past winter.  Board agreed to revision.

 

Clerk requested of Board instructions on what to have Attorney Trager revise in the zoning ordinance.  Discussion followed.  Whaley and Allen to look at one half of the ordinance for changes to be made and Schoenbrun and Malin to look at the other half of the ordinance.  Reviews to be presented at April 17, 2014 Board meeting.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted. 

 

Motion for 10-minute break at 8:13pm was made by Michel, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:20pm. 

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Schoenbrun inquired if there was to be town wide clean up day this spring.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to clean up day to be June 7, 2014 from 7am to 11am.  Captain Hook to be contacted to supply the containers.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 8:35pm.

 

 

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

SPECIAL APRIL 17, 2014

 

A SPECIAL meeting of the Village of Glasford Board of Trustees was convened at 6:30pm for the purpose of an annexation hearing to hear any comments or objections presented on the request by owners Andrew and Candy Heisel, 307 E. Tenth Street, Glasford, IL to have their property annexed into the Village limits.

 

In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Baily, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley.  Also in attendance was Tony Brown.

 

No persons presented objections on variance request.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

 

 

Meeting was adjourned at 6:35pm.

 

 

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

APRIL 17, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets Maint. Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, John & Nanette Rudd, Ron Michel, Loren Bailliez, Lyndsey Risen, D.J. Risen and Tony Brown.

 

Motion to accept March 20, 2014 minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Loren Bailliez asked the Board what is going on with the old grade school building located at 105 E. Fifth Street.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to inform Attorney Trager to begin the demolition process of the old gymnasium part of the old grade school.

 

Lyndsey Risen requested the Board for a variance hearing for fence on her property located at 509 S. Oak Street.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to suspend meeting at 7:15pm to go view the proposed layout of the fence made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel. 

Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried

 

Meeting resumed at 7:20pm. It was determined a Variance is needed and the hearing is to be at 6:30pm May 15, 2014.

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Police incidents reported as follows:

 

March:

17th         Officer dispatched to 3rd St on a suspicious vehicle- Waiting on a friend to come out.

                                Main & Oak on illegal parking – asked to move.

                                Gave intoxicated male ride home

                                County dispatched officer to Hanna City-Glasford / Cowser Rd on motorist assist

18th         Officer gave Ordinance violation W Main – Junk in yard

                Officer Gave Ordinance Violation 3rd St – Junk in Yard

19th         Officer arrested 2 persons on outstanding warrants

20th         Officer dispatched to domestic dispute – separated for the evening

21st         Officer dispatched to rescue call on Cheryl Ct

23rd         Officer dispatched to Lancaster Rd with Peoria County on suicidal female.

25th         Officer dispatched to W Main St on civil matter

                Officer dispatched to suspicious vehicle on N Glasford Rd – juvenile arrested for possession of K2 and paraphernalia.

26th         Officer dispatched to verbal argument on N Oak St in roadway separated for the evening

27th         Officer found open door on S Glasford Rd at vacant residence

                Officer gave ordinance violation S Glasford Rd – Junk in yard.

29th         Open door 9th St – unoccupied house – screen door was locked

31st         Officer dispatched with Peoria County rollover accident on Mapleton Rd

 

April

1st           Officer dispatched to Rt 24 on Reckless Driver – given 4 citations for equipment violations

                 Officer unlocked car on Oakley

7th            Officer stopped vehicle to traffic violation – female arrested for possession of hypodermic needles and controlled substance

8th            Officer dispatched to injured deer on W Main.

                 Officer assisted motorist on Rt 24 E of Glasford Rd

9th            Officer stopped car for traffic violation – arrested for DUI, possession of marijuana

10th         Officer served ordinance violation Poplar St – junk on property

11th         Officer stopped 3 juveniles for tipping portable bathroom – banned from park for 60 days.  No damage.  All parents notified.

 

 

Chief Harper requested of the Board to possibly hire a new Ordinance Violation Officer.  Discussion followed.  Chief Harper suggested retired officer David Burgess.  Chief to speak with Burgess and report back at next board meeting.  Pay to be $10/hr with no more than 40 hours worked per month.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Michel, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3000 to Police Fund, made by Michel, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to Pass Ordinance No. 2014-03 Amending Liquor Code to include Sunday Sales of Alcohol made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to Pass Ordinance No. 2014-04 Amending Parking Ordinance for Snow Removal made by Malin, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to Pass Ordinance No. 2014-05 Amending Video Gaming Annual License Fee made by Bailey, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to Pass Ordinance No. 2014-06 Annexation of 307 E. Tenth St., Glasford, IL made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to Pass Resolution 04.17.14 Establishing a Policy Regarding Fair Housing Practices in the Village of Glasford made by Whaley, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.  

 

Opening of 2014 Mowing Bids.  Bid #1:  Perfect Lawn Care/$80 per mow.  Bid #2:  Jim Pfal/$172 per mow.  Discussion followed.  Motion to accept Perfect Lawn Care’s bid of $80 per mow made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – NAYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Five ayes, 1 naye.  Motion carried.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Williams presented estimate from Springlake Construction for salt storage shed in the amount of $26,690.00.  Discussion followed.  Board requested Williams to get more estimates for a more reasonable cost and to present at the May board meeting.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted. 

 

Roberts asked permission from the Board to help the Illini Bluffs sports field fix water leak.  Discussion followed.  Permission granted.

 

Roberts presented to the Board the need for two (2) pumps for the sewer plant.  Discussion followed.

Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

Motion to purchase two (2) new pumps for $9000 made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey. 

 

Motion for 10-minute break at 8:05pm was made by Michel, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:15pm. 

 

Motion to enter executive session at 8:42pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel wages made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 8:50pm made by Michel, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to increase Roberts hourly wage by 3% for 2014, 3% for 2015 and one more week of paid vacation made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Review of Tony Brown’s work performance.  Discussion followed.  With the return of Mike Coats as part-time employee, Coats has seniority and Brown would not be needed for the summer.  Board also, agreed that it is not feasible at this time for the Village to have another full-time employee in regards to Brown’s requirement to be a full-time employee to enroll in school for water/sewer classes.  Mayor to speak with Brown at a later date regarding the matter. 

 

Status on zoning ordinance changes.  Discussion followed.  Tabled until May board meeting.

 

Clerk asked if surveillance cameras were to purchased.  Tabled until May board meeting.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 9:10pm.

 

 

 

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MAY 15, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets Maint. Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, John Rudd, Loren Bailliez, and Jim Vanderdeydt .

 

Motion to accept April 17, 2014 minutes made by Bailey, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Loren Bailliez asked the Board what is going on with the old grade school building located at 105 E. Fifth Street.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to table matter until June 2014 Board meeting to inquire about the costs of attorneys’ fees and the hiring of a building inspector to do the inspection.

 

Motion to adopt Hanna City’s Unsafe Building Ordinance made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Chief Harper introduced new officer Jim Vanderdeydt.

 

Police incidents reported as follows:

 

April

17th         Prepared videos from various areas of Bank Robbery given to Peoria County detectives.

18th         Arrest Female for driving suspended.

20th         Assist Peoria County on a reckless driver – found to be ok – just worked 18hrs – no drugs or alcohol found.

25th         Took report of earlier reckless driver.

26th         Dispatched with Peoria County to Mapleton Inn on a female refusing to leave.

May

2nd           Arrested Female for driving suspended.

3rd           Officer dispatched to possible domestic dispute – nothing found.

4th            Officer took report of doors being kicked in at Illini Bluffs storage area – investigation ongoing.

5th            Officer took report of stolen gasoline from vehicle.

6th            Officer dispatched to Rt 24 & Glasford Rd on 2 subjects walking in dark afraid they would be hit, gave ride to Pekin bridge.

9th            Found backpack at park – kept for safekeeping.

9th            OV – Barking Dog on 5th St.

9th            Officer took report of found driver’s license – owner was suspended.  Sent to Secretary of State.

10th         Officer took report of criminal defamation of C&M Market- investigation ongoing.

10th         Officer took report of criminal defamation Glasford Telephone Company- Investigation ongoing.

11th         Officer dispatched to Hanna City-Glasford Area on possible DUI Black Truck – nothing found in area.

11th         Officer flagged down – person in car blue car passed out S. Oak & 2nd St.  Sleep deprivation.  Passed all DUI tests.

11th         Dispatched to suspicious vehicle on Poplar looking around vacant house – was the realtor.

11th         Officer dispatched to area of S Hickory on suspicious blue truck in area – nothing found.

 

Board discussed the matter of the parking at B&D Towing and in front of the Glasford Gazette building located at the intersection of E. Main and N. Walnut Streets.  Discussion followed.  Chief Harper to inform Jim Cooper, owner of B&D Towing, that all vehicles with no tags and that are inoperable are to moved immediately.  Also, there is to be no parking on sidewalk and in designated areas only.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $5000 to Police Fund, made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Mayor presented to the Board the estimated costs for the possible sewer grant project.  Discussion followed.  Board under the advisement of Jim Cummings from EDC to table the matter until December 2014 due to lack of funding for the Village’s percentage of the project.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Williams presented the bid from the Ace in The Hole for spray patching and crack sealing for Village streets in the amount of $6908.00.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Ace in the Hole’s bid for $6908.00 for spray patching and crack sealing Village streets made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

  

Williams presented to the Board the bid from Big Jim’s Tree Service for $2400.00 for the removal of four (4) trees on Village property.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion for Williams to obtain another bid and accept the cheapest of the two (2) bids made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted. 

 

Motion for 10-minute break at 8:10pm was made by Bailey, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:17pm. 

 

Motion to enter executive session at 8:29pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel matters made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 8:39pm made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Review of Tony Brown’s work performance.  Discussion followed, Board agreed that it was necessary to keep Tony Brown on as part-time help to be a fill in for Roberts when he is on vacation or needed in an emergency for water and sewer matters.

 

Motion to retain Tony Brown as a PART-TIME employee, pending background check, made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2014-07 Annual Appropriation for 5/1/14 to 4/30/15 made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer all deposits made from the General Fund to the Police for the fiscal year 5/1/13 to 4/30/14 made by Bailey, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to grant Lyndsey Risen’s variance request for fence at 509 S. Oak Street made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to retain Vonachen, Lawless, Trager & Slevin as Village attorney made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to retain Mark Harper as Police Chief made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to retain Mohr & Kerr Engineering as Village engineers made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Status on zoning ordinance changes.  Discussion followed.  Tabled until June board meeting until all members could review the sample ordinance given to them by the Clerk Stetler from Hanna City, IL.

 

Schoenbrun if surveillance cameras were to purchased.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to purchase surveillance cameras with a price cap of $2000.00 and no more than eight (8) cameras made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel.   Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 8:52pm.

 

 

 

 

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

SPECIAL MAY 15, 2014

 

A SPECIAL meeting of the Village of Glasford Board of Trustees was convened at 6:30pm for the purpose of variance hearing, to hear any comments or objections presented on the request by owner Lyndsey Risen, 509 S. Oak St, Glasford, IL 61533, TID for VARIANCE of construction of a 6ft privacy fence on the east side of the single-family dwelling located on said property, which would not conform to setbacks.  Owners propose constructing a 6ft privacy fence on the east side of the single-family dwelling located on said property.

 

In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley.  Trustee Bailey was absent.  Also, in attendance were Lyndsey and DJ Risen.

 

No persons presented objections on variance request.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 6:35pm.

 

 

 

 

 

__________________________                          ____________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JUNE 19, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Trustees Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley.  Trustee Allen was absent.  Also in attendance were Russ Taylor, John Wall, Attorney Thomas Trager, John Rudd, Nanette Rudd, Don Cox, Loren Bailliez, Steve Sonnemaker, Officer Vanderdeydt, Police Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts and Streets Supt. Williams.

 

Motion to accept Minutes from previous meeting was made by Bailey, 2nd by Malin. Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Peoria County Clerk Steve Sonnemaker informed Board of the new Peoria County Veterans Memorial and donations being accepted.  Discussion followed.  Matter to be put on July 17, 2014 agenda to make donation.

 

Don Cox expressed his concern about water drainage problem in his backyard on the west side.  Discussion followed.  Williams to present option of repairing clay tiles to correct the standing water issue at next Board meeting.

 

Russ Taylor and John Wall voiced their concerns regarding the ditch at S. Barron and W. Main Streets.  Discussion followed.  Williams to present at next Board meeting options for correcting the standing water issue.  John Wall wishes to be reimbursed for grass seed, straw and water for the re-sloping of waterway to correct standing water issues.

 

John Rudd expressed his concern of Village Police sitting out front of Whitetails Firepit & Grill in squad car which is causing a decrease in his business.  Discussion followed.

 

John Rudd requested of what other steps they want him to take for the smoking area at Whitetails Firepit & Grill.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to extend construction for the smoking area another 90 days made by Bailey, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll. . .Bailey – AYE; Malin – NAYE; Michel – NAYE; Schoenbrun – NAYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion failed.

 

Motion to reconsider extension of the construction for the smoking area another 90 days made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll. . .Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion for extension of the construction for the smoking area another 90 days made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll. . .Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2013-05 Prevailing Wage was made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun. Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Police report presented and accepted.

May 2014

17        Officer assisted Peoria County on an accident on Lancaster Rd

19        Officer took report of Juvenile runaway

22        Officer attempted to make contact at the request of Morton PD of a possible theft suspect

22        Officer returned property found at Park to juvenile in Kingston Mines

22        Officer wrote ordinance on Hickory for tall grass/weeds

23        Officer assisted in locating missing juvenile – home safe

23        Officer wrote ordinance violation on Poplar St

24        Officer arrested subject on outstanding Tazewell Co warrant

25        Officer dispatched to W Main on loud music asked to turn down – complied

25        Officer responded with Peoria County to Duck Blind on female refusing to leave. 

27        Officer wrote ordinances for possession of cannabis less than 2.5g ($400.00)

                and possession of drug paraphernalia ($400.00)

27        Officer arrested subject for Domestic Battery and Disorderly Conduct

31        Officer took report of dog running loose on W Main earlier– PAWS called

June 2014

1          Officer responded to a suicide by hanging

1          Officer responded with Peoria County to Mapleton on a possible Burglary in progress

2          Officer responded to a medical call in Mapleton

2          Officer responded to a medical call in Mapleton

4          Officer wrote ordinance for expired registration ($50.00)

5          Officer responded with Peoria County to a verbal domestic in Mapleton

6          Officer took accident report on Rt. 24 W of Glasford Rd on a car versus deer accident

8          Officer took report of Juvenile trouble at IB school

9          Officer arrested subject for DUI

9          Officer arrested subject for reckless driving (96/65) Rt 24 & Glasford Rd

9          Officer issued Ordinance for tall grass on Essex

9          Officer did report car versus deer Rt. 24 & Wheeler Rd

12        Officer issued ordinance on Saylor for tall grass/weeds

13        Officer took report of dog at large – unable to locate

13        Officer found Senior Center door open – secured

14        Officer took report of stolen bicycle

14        Officer issued ordinance violation for expired registration ($50.00)

15        Officer took report of juvenile initiated ‘sexting’ with adults

 

Attorney Trager explained to the Board Dillon’s Rule.  Discussion followed.

 

Attorney Trager explained to the Board procedure on changing Zoning Ordinance and adoption of Hanna City’s Unsafe Buildings Ordinance.  Discussion followed.

 

Attorney Trager informed Board of the new contract with Peoria County Animal Control that goes into effect on January 1, 2015 and how the Board will have to adopt Peoria County’s code for animal control.  Discussion followed.

 

Attorney Trager explained to the Board about Civility as an elected official.  Discussion followed.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Verizon, and BP Oil bills was made by Bailey, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $2000 to Police Fund was made by Bailey, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to accept Greim & Company audit bill which will be $16,000 but no more than $19,000 for the April 30, 2014 fiscal year made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to take a break in meeting at 8:22pm made by Michel, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:33pm.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

 

Williams presented to the Board two estimates for removal of three trees:  Big Jim’s Tree Service for $2400 and Bull’s Tree Service for $1760.  Discussion followed.  Williams is to use Bull’s Tree Service.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

 

Roberts presented to the Board that Illini Bluffs School District wants Village to provide the labor to install water and sewer lines for the new track like the Village did when the new sports field was constructed several years ago.  Discussion followed.  Village will install water/sewer lines as long as it does not interfere with other Village business and the school will pay for the materials ordered for said installation. 

 

Roberts informed Board of the tree damage sustained at the sewer treatment plant due to the excessive rains.  Tree fell on the northeast corner of the sewer treatment plant and caused damaged to electrical meter, fence, and minor exterior damage to the outside of building.  Insurance has been contacted and the claim process has been started.

 

Roberts informed Board the pumps at the sewer treatment plant needed to be repaired.  Option 1:  Impellor & Seal repair kit for $2300, or Option 2:  New impellor and motor for $3200.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to go with option 2.

 

Motion to provide the labor to install water/sewer lines at the new Illini Bluffs track made by Michel, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.  Meeting was adjourned at 8:51pm.

 

 

_________________________________                      __________________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JULY 17, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets Maint. Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Attorney Thomas Trager, Loren Bailliez, and Don Cox .

 

Motion to accept June 20, 2014 minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Attorney Thomas Trager informed the Board that there are certain procedures to follow to adopt the Unsafe Building Ordinance due to the fact that the Village of Glasford is non-homerule municipality.  Discussion followed.  Attorney Trager to continue working on unsafe buildings and zoning ordinances to present at future Board meeting.

 

Loren Bailliez asked the Board what is going on with the old grade school building located at 105 E. Fifth Street.  Discussion followed.  

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Chief Harper requested permission to purchase new portable radio to be in compliance with the county and state.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to purchase a new 800Megahertz portable radio made by Whaley, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Police incidents reported as follows:

June 2014

17        Officer Dispatched to Duck Blind on a possible stroke.

19        Officer assisted County with obtaining written statements from previous call night before.

22        Officer dispatched to Rt 24 to assist Peoria County with an accident

23        Officer arrested subject for possession of cocaine

26        Officer responded to 2nd St on medical call

27        Officer warned subjects about fireworks

27        Officer responded to Main St Pub on a fight

28        Officer flagged down on punctured vehicle tire

28        Officer dispatched to Lancaster Rd to check on female calling for help

29        Officer dispatched to 6th St on female refusing to leave.

29        Officer found open door at residence

30        Officer followed-up on previous call

July 2014

2          Officer dispatched to earlier vandalism

3          Officer dispatched to fireworks call – told to stop

6          Officer wrote village ordinance for Disorderly Conduct

6          Officer wrote village ordinance for Leash Law

8          Ordinance given for tall grass/weeds

8          Officer assisted on traffic crash on Hanna City-Glasford

10        Officer responded to a civil matter

10        Officer responded to a possible attempted burglary

11        Officer dispatched to a possible reckless driver on Rt 24 heading westbound

11        Officer noted Main Street Pub still had customers at 0232.

12        Officer dispatched to a civil matter

12        Officer responded to possible fight at Main St Pub – all dispersed.

12        Officer discovered fire alarm going off at Methodist Church – Fire Dept notified.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $5000 to Police Fund, made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Williams presented to Board the cost for the water drainage problems at S. Walnut & E. Seventh Streets would be approximately $416.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to purchase materials needed to fix the S. Walnut & E. Seventh Streets water drainage problem made by Whaley, 2nd by Allen.    Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Williams presented to Board the cost for the water drainage problems at S. Barron & W. Main Streets would be approximately $520.  Discussion followed.  John Wall submitted his bill of $240 for the bales of hay used to cover area where new grass was planted.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to purchase materials needed to fix the S. Barron & W. Main Streets water drainage problem made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.    Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to pay John Wall’s bill for the bales of hay and for a portion of water usage in the amount of $300.00 total made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – NAYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Five ayes and one naye.  Motion carried.

 

Williams presented the bid from John Rademaker Construction for salt storage shed. Discussion followed. Williams to get another estimate and present at the next board meeting.

 

Williams requested permission to purchase new tires for the skidsteer.  Discussion followed.  Williams to purchase new tires as soon as possible for the skidsteer.

 

Williams presented to the Board his letter of retirement to be effective September 26, 2014. Discussion followed.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted. 

 

Motion for 10-minute break at 7:52pm was made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:05pm. 

 

Motion to enter executive session at 8:42pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel matters made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 8:51pm made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Mayor Rudd presented status on surveillance cameras.  Suggested that is not feasible to install the cameras ourselves and suggested that Interface Systems do the installation for $2790.00.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to have Interface Systems install surveillance cameras around the Village Hall property made by Bailey, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Resolution and Authorization for MFT Estimates for 5/1/14 to 4/30/15 for $21,621.74 made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Malin, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 8:51pm.

 

 

 

 

_________________________________                      __________________________________

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

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

AUGUST 21, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets Maint. Supt. Williams, Kalyn Whitaker, Lewis Brown, Brian Broyles, Kate Young, Jake Eaker, Norma Booth, Adam Haight, and Loren Bailliez.

 

Motion to accept July 17, 2014 minutes made by Bailey, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Brian Broyles approached the Board to make a complaint against former Glasford Police Officer, Shannon Clark.  Broyles stated that he has heard that Clark has been saying around town that he is still a police officer and that he is flashing a badge to different persons.  Broyles also stated that nothing has been done in the matter due to the fact that Chief Harper and Shannon Clark are personal friends and that it was being “swept under the rug” due to that friendship.  Broyles also inquired of the Board the hiring procedures for police officers and the complaint process for filing a complaint against an officer.  Broyles requested to see any available information regarding Clark’s qualifications to be a police officer.  Chief Harper complied with request.  Review of documentation showed that Clark was terminated due to non-completion of required certifications required by the State of Illinois and Village of Glasford to become an officer.  Chief Harper explained to the Board that once documentation was received from the State of Illinois that Clark was not compliant with State regulations, he terminated Clark from the police force.  Broyles also requested that an internal investigation be done by the State Police or the Peoria County Sheriff.     

 

Board requested all visitors to leave the open meeting for an executive session.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 7:32pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel matters made by Bailey, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 7:55pm made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion for 10-minute break at 7:55pm was made by Whaley, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:03pm.  All visitors were asked to return to the open meeting.

 

Board informed Broyles that an internal investigation would be done by the Peoria County Sheriff and that a County Officer would be called to come to take statements from Broyles and anyone else that wanted to give statements. 

 

Trustee Whaley left meeting at 8:05pm to call Peoria County Sheriff’s Office and returned to meeting at 8:10pm.

 

Norma Booth presented to the Board her concerns regarding her neighbors and all the vehicles, tall grass and junk accumulation in their yard.  Discussion followed.  Chief Harper to investigate and issue ordinance violations if necessary.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Williams presented two bids to Board for construction of salt storage shed as follows:  John Daniels Construction Inc., in the amount of $16,840.00; and Rademaker Construction in the amount of $14,132.86.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Rademaker Construction bid for construction of salt storage shed in the amount of $14,132.86 to be paid out of Motor Fuel Funds made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Water/Sewer report was not presented due to Supt. Roberts’ absence. 

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Police incidents reported as follows:

July 2014:

15        Officer Responded to Mapleton on possible burglary in progress – nothing found

15        Officer responded to Hanna City-Glasford & Todd School on a vehicle crash

16        Officer responded to Rt 24 & Glasford Rd on a vehicle crash

18        Officer responded to 7800 Blk Hanna City-Glasford Blktp on cows in the roadway

19        Ordinance served ordinance for E Main St. Tall Grass

20        Officer responded to 6th St on female having trouble with her children

20        Officer responded to 6th St on someone hearing banging on the walls

22        Officer responded to Main St Pub on a verbal argument

22        Officer responded to Amy St on a neighbor dispute

25        Officer arrested subject driving revoked

26        Officer responded to W Main St on a possible alcohol overdose

26        Officer responded in the area of Essex and Walnut on squealing tires

28        Officer served ordinance on S Oak St Junk

29        Officer responded to Harkers Corner on a vehicle fire.

31        Officer served ordinance on E Oakley Pool / Junk

31        Officer served ordinance on S Oak Tall Grass

August 2014:

1          Officer responded to 2nd St on BLS

1          Officer responded to Kingston Mines firehouse on parking problem

5          Officer arrested subject on warrant

5          Officer arrested subject DUI / Expired Registration / Improper lane Usage

8          Officer responded to Butler’s trouble with a patron

9          Officer assisted N Pekin to notify subject to go to N Pekin PD

10        Officer dispatched to possible juveniles after curfew on Cheryl Ct.

12        Officer served Ordinance on W Main – Tall Grass

12        Officer responded to 6th St Apts on a possible suicide

14        Officer responded to phone scam on Park St

14        Officer responded to Essex on a verbal argument

15        Officer responded to 6th St on child welfare check – all ok

17        Officer wrote ordinance for properties on E Main St Tall Grass

 

Chief Harper informed the Board that Officer Willoby will be leaving the force as of September 1, 2014 due to him obtaining a job with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. 

 

Trustee Whaley left meeting at 8:45pm and did not return until 8:53pm.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Bailey, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried. Trustee Whaley was absent during this motion.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $7000 to Police Fund, made by Bailey, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried. Trustee Whaley was absent during this motion.

 

Adam Haight from I.W.I.R.C. presented to the Board what services his company offers regarding drug testing per the request of Trustee Malin.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to begin drug testing for new hires and on-the-accidents made by Bailey, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Kalyn Whitaker asked the Board about the open job for streets/maintenance department.  Whitaker informed the Board that he had completed an application and would like to be considered for the position.  Board informed him that the hiring process was not completed as of yet.

 

Board determined that a Special Board Meeting was needed to complete the hiring process for the open job for streets/maintenance department.  Special Board Meeting to be September 3, 2014 at 7:00pm.

 

Motion to re-enter executive session at 8:56pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel matters made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 9:10pm made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE’ Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Clerk requested permission to have an open house for Williams’ retirement on September 26, 2014 for the general public.  Permission granted.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Michel, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 9:15pm.

 

 

 

 

_________________________________                      __________________________________

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

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

(SPECIAL MEETING) SEPTEMBER 3, 2014 (SPECIAL MEETING)

 

A SPECIAL meeting of the Village of Glasford Board of Trustees was convened at 7:00pm for the purpose of reviewing submitted applications and resumes for the streets/maintenance position AND to approve supplemental motor fuel funds for construction of salt storage shed.

 

In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley.  Clerk Stetler was absent.  Trustee Malin took minutes of the meeting.

 

Motion to approve Supplemental Resolution for Maintenance of Streets and Highways for $16,000.00 for construction of new salt storage shed made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call . . . Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Review and discuss applications and resumes submitted for the open position for streets/maintenance superintendent.

 

Motion to interview applicants made by Malin, 2nd by Schoenbrun. Roll call . . . Allen – NAYE; Bailey – NAYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – NAYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – NAYE. Four nayes and two ayes . . . Motion failed.

 

Motion to hire current part-time employee, Anthony Brown, to fill the position of full-time streets/maintenance superintendent made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call . . . Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – NAYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – NAYE; Whaley – AYE. Four ayes and two nayes . . . Motion carried.

 

Board called Anthony Brown to have him come to meeting so terms of employment could be discussed.

 

Anthony Brown entered the meeting at approximately 7:45pm.

 

Board offered Brown a one-year contract for the open position of streets/maintenance superintendent as follows:  a.) beginning hourly wage at $14/hr; b.) one-week vacation to begin as of January 1, 2015; c.) hours would be Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm; d.) 90-day probation period; e.) enrollment in individual healthcare coverage; f.) enrollment in Illinois Municipal Retirement fund; g.) obtain hepatitis vaccinations, if not already vaccinated.   All these terms pending results of drug testing and physical to be done at I.W.I.R.C.

 

Mr. Brown accepted the position with the terms as discussed.

 

Motion to accept Anthony Brown’s acceptance of terms of contract made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

 

Meeting was adjourned at 8:14pm.

 

 

_________________________________                      __________________________________

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

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

SEPTEMBER 18, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley.  Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Officer Vanderhedyt, Streets/Maint. Supt. Williams, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Tony Brown, Brian Broyles, and Lewis Brown.

 

Motion to accept August 21, 2014 and September 3, 2014 minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried. 

 

Trustee Bailey entered meeting at 7:02pm. 

 

Maintenance report was presented and accepted.

 

Trustee Schoenbrun asked what is to be done about Whitetails Firepit & Grill in regards to the outside smoking area.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled.

 

Williams presented estimates on installing a generator for the Village Hall.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled to October meeting.

 

Water/Sewer report was presented and accepted. 

 

Roberts informed the Board that the permit from the EPA for Well #2 will expire and the Board needs to make a decision on whether or not to rehabilitate or abandon Well #2.  Discussion followed.  Roberts to check into what needs to be done for rehabilitation and report back at October meeting.

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Chief Harper informed Board that Officer Willoby resigned and all equipment and badges have been turned in to him.

 

Police incidents reported as follows:

August

18        Officer issued Ordinance on W Main St – tall grass

19        Officer took report of stolen trailer plate

21        Officer took report of possible harassment

21        Officer did welfare check of children earlier domestic disturbance

23        Officer dispatched with multiple officers to Wildlife Prairie Park 100+ people fighting

23        Officer dispatched to 6th St on a domestic argument

25        Officer took report of suspicious vehicle in area of Fahnestock

26        Officer dispatched to Rt 24 & Glasford Rd possible DUI driver

27        Officer dispatched to W Main on child exchange and possible violation of court order.

29        Officer wrote ordinance for expired registration

29        Officer dispatched to area of 6th St on a pit bull loose – nothing found.

29        Officer dispatched to 3rd St on loud music – found boat radio on – owner notified.

September

1          Officer dispatched to 6th St on a rescue call.

1          Officer notified of a single marijuana plant near RR tracks in woods took possession in evidence.

1          Officer dispatched to Kingston Mines on man possibly crushed by car – nothing found.

6          Officer found light on in truck – owner notified and shut off.

10        Officer found verbal argument – both parties separated.

12        Officer dispatched to IBMS on a 13 year old runaway

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, Visa, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley -- AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3000 to Police Fund, made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley -- AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Clerk asked permission to buy candy, hot chocolate, and glow necklaces for Halloween.

 

Motion to buy candy, hot chocolate, and glow necklaces for Halloween made by Bailey, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley -- AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – A YE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 7:47pm.

 

 

 

_________________________________                      __________________________________

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

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

OCTOBER 16, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler,Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Streets/Maintenance Supt. Brown, Officer Vanderheydt, Bob Medina, Brian Broyles, Amy Pille and Nathan Pille. 

 

Motion to accept CORRECTED Sept. 3, 2014 minutes and Sept. 18, 2014 minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Police report was presented and accepted.

 

The following incidents were reported:

 

September:

16        Audible Grain Bin alarm at Akron Services – Notified on call person.

17        Officer took report at IB on earlier juvenile problem.

18        Discovered open door on vacant house – call property caretakers to secure door.

20        Officer took report of verbal domestic.

25        Officer took report of phone harassment.

25        Officer took report of verbal domestic.

26        Officer took report of phone harassment.

29        Officer wrote ordinance violation on junk vehicle.

October:

2          Officer wrote ordinance violation – junk vehicle.

4          Officer responded to Mapleton Mini Mart on a vehicle fire next to pump.

5          Officer responded to rescue call.

8          Officer took report of juvenile problem at Park.

10        Officer took report and investigation of vehicle burglary on 9th St

10        Officer took report and investigation of vehicle burglary on 8th St

10        Officer took report and investigation of vehicle burglary on 4th St

10        Officer took report and investigation of vehicle burglary on S. Oak

10        Officer responded to rescue call on S Hanna City-Glasford Rd

10        Officer took report of found wallet from Mapleton Mini Mart

11        Officer took report and arrested 1 subject on recovered stolen items from numerous vehicle burglaries.

 

Chief Harper introduced Bob Medina, a retired Norwood police officer, to the Board as a possible candidate as police officer.  Discussion followed.  Chief Harper to wait until state reports are received before hiring.

 

Maintenance report was presented and accepted.

 

Water/Sewer report was presented and accepted.

 

Roberts presented to Board the options to abandon or rehabilitate Well #2.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to have Municipal Well & Pump televise and inspect motor, shaft and pump for Well #2 in the amount of $8,088.00 made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Roberts presented information regarding “hooking up” the Village Hall and the sewer plant to a generator.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled.

 

Board discussed the need to increase the monthly garbage rate to $13/month per resident due to rate increase per the contract with Quality Disposal which is now $12.25/month and will increase again July 1, 2015 to $12.75/month. 

 

Motion to increase garbage rate to $13.00/month beginning January 1, 2015, made by Michel, 2nd by Bailey. Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Clerk requested Anthony Brown be added to Visa credit account.

 

Motion to add Anthony Brown to the Village Visa credit card account made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, BP Oil and Verizon bills was made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun. Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $4000 to Police Fund, bills was made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun. Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Clerk questioned if C&M Market gift certificates were to be purchased for Village employees for the upcoming holiday season.  Board agreed employees to receive $25 gift certificates from C&M Market.

 

Motion to purchase $25 gift certificates for Village employees from C&M Market made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to repeal Ordinance 2010-03 AN ORDINANCE TO CONTROL REGULATE. CORRECT AND ABATE

NUISANCES IN 'THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD, ILLINOIS made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 7:54pm.

 

 

 

 

_________________________________                      __________________________________

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

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

NOVEMBER 20, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley.  Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets/Maint. Supt. Brown, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts, Brian Broyles, Lewis Brown, Ed Fisher, Seth Fisher, Loren Bailliez and Phil Michael.

 

Motion to accept October 2014 Minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes. Motion carried.

 

Phil Michael of Greim & Co. presented 4/30/14 Audit. 

 

Brian Broyles and Lewis Brown presented to the Board a proposed community event “Glasford Glory Days” in August 2015.  Broyles proposed a community event similar to the Marigold Festival that would include carnival, food vendors and craft vendors to be August 20th-22nd, 2015.  The carnival and food vendors would be set up along E. Main Street between the blocks of N. Glasford Road and Hickory Streets.  Craft vendors would be set up in Tiger Bluffs Park.  The only cost to the Village would be to install a 220 Disconnect Box and supply the carnival workers and vendors with water.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to allow proposed Glasford Glory Days and to install the 220 disconnect box and supply water made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Whaley.    Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Clerk presented request from Glasford Gazette for the Village’s holiday greetings ad.  Christmas ad approved.

 

Clerk presented request for donation to Glasford Christmas Basket fund.  Donation of $100.00 approved.

 

Clerk presented request for donation by the Illini Bluffs 25th Annual Senior Citizens Christmas Program.  Donation of $100.00 approved.

 

Motion for The Village Corporate Authorities to publicly announce the estimated Tax Levy for the fiscal year commencing  5/01/14 and ending 4/30/15 is $82,435.00 made by Whaley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Police report presented and accepted. 

 

Incidents reported:

October 2014:

14        Officer arrested subject on violation of Order of Protection

15        Officer arrested subject on violation of Order of Protection

17        Officer took report of Disorderly Conduct

20        Officer dispatched to Martin-Weber Rd on a domestic with Peoria County

20        Officer requested to assist Peoria County rescue call on Kingston Mines Road.

20        Officer dispatched to Rt 24 on cows in roadway.

21        Officer arrested subject on Disorderly Conduct / Criminal Trespass to Property

22        Officer arrested subject on driving revoked.

23        Stood by with Water department on an inspection.

23        Officer took report of dog vs dog fight – Animal Welfare contacted.

25        Officer wrote village ordinance for possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

27        Officer dispatched to verbal argument in alley behind Casey’s

29        Officer arrested subject on outstanding warrant

30        Officer stopped regarding an assault that occurred in Pekin – Pekin PD notified.

November 2014:

1          Officers encounter confused elderly female in roadway

                  – returned her to her home and called rescue due to possible cold exposure.

6          Officer assisted Peoria County with possible DUI on Hanna City-Glasford Rd.

6          Officer arrested subject Domestic Battery

7          Officer did civil standby

12        Officer arrested subject on earlier Disorderly Conduct

13        Officer assisted Peoria and Fulton Co with multi-car accident on Rt 24 at county line.

14        Officer did civil standby.

  

 

Chief Harper requested that the 2009 Crown Victoria squad car be repaired and sold with the proceeds of the sale going to a memorial for Officer Charles Rodgers.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to repair and sell 2009 Crown Victoria squad car and the proceeds of the sale going to a memorial for Officer Charles Rodgers made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Whaley.    Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Chief Harper informed the Board that all reports from the State came back okay for Bob Medina and he requested that Medina be allowed to be put on payroll.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to hire Bob Medina as part-time police officer made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Chief Harper requested permission to include the Village of Glasford Police car in the Santa Claus parade in Peoria.  Permission granted.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, BP Oil, Visa and Verizon bills was made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $6000 to Police Fund, made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

 

Roberts informed Board that a Village resident had been illegally using water.  Roberts requested that this resident be fined $250.00 according to the Village Ordinance for such violation.  Board agreed. 

 

Roberts also requested that such illegal usage of water fines be raised.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to raise fines to $500.00 but no more than $1000.00. 

 

Roberts also requested that a new land survey be done for the sewer plant.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed that if it comes down to it for a survey to have Mohr & Kerr to do the surveying.

 

Discussion of draft ordinance for proposed increase in building/special use permit fees.  Draft ordinance approved and to be passed at December 18, 2014 board meeting.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion to take break at 8:40pm made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:52pm.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel .  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Beecham – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun -- AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 9:06pm.

 

 

 

 

_________________________________                      __________________________________

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

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

DECEMBER 18, 2014

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Bailey, Malin, Michel, Schoenbrun and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Dan Yordy, John Wall, Jr., Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Roberts and Streets/Maint. Supt. Brown. 

 

Dan Yordy addressed the Board regarding his purchase of several acres of farm land on the east side of Village Limits and the possibility of developing the land for a subdivision.  Discussion followed.  Board suggested that Mr. Yordy talk with Village Engineer Frank Sturm regarding where an access can be made at and what all would be involved. 

 

Board discussed the numerous complaints of accumulation of junk vehicles and garbage at B&D Towing, 202 E. Main Street, Glasford, IL.  Discussion followed.  Chief Harper to send letter to B&D Towing regarding the matter.

 

Board discussed what to do with the sewer grant process.  Discussion followed.  Board wants to continue with the process and Clerk is to contact James Cummings to get the process started again.

 

Board discussed the issue of the water dispenser owned by George Wall located 102 W. Main St., Glasford, IL and why the dispenser has not been lowered to accommodate handicapped persons, which is what Mr. Wall stated that he was going to do at the November 21, 2013 Board meeting.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to send certified letter to Mr. Wall stating that he has ten (10)days to comply with their request to lower the water dispenser or further action will be taken in the matter.

 

Motion to accept November 20, 2014 Minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE;  Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2014-09 Annual Tax Levy for the fiscal year commencing  5/01/14 and ending 4/30/15 is $82,435.00 made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion for approval of 2015 Board meeting dates made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE;  Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Police report presented and accepted.

 

Police Incidents reported as follows:

November 2014:

17        Officer arrested person on a warrant

17        Officer dispatched to Pekin Bridge with Pekin & Peoria County on a possible suicide by jumping off bridge

18        Officer responded to rescue call on Glasford Rd

20        Officer took report of harassing texts

23        Officer responded to rescue call on Oakley

26        Officer stood by at multiple crashes on Rt 24 due to snow and ice.

29        Officer resolved parking problem on Poplar

30        Officer did civil standby

 

December 2014:

1          Officer responded to rescue call on Glasford Rd

2          Officer responded to rescue call on 4th St

3          Officer responded to large fire – controlled burn

3          Officer flagged down on missing beagle

3          Officer assisted stranded motorist

4          Officer took report of a theft

4          Officer served civil papers

6          Officer took report of car v deer Rt 24/Glasford Rd

7          Officer responded to Mapleton on domestic with Peoria County

12        Officer responded to IBMS on a juvenile issue

12        Officer served civil papers

12        Officer took report of shooting of a dog

13        Officer responded to rescue call on 4th St.

13        Officer responded to Kingston Mines on parking issue – resolved

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding Direct Energy, AmerenIL, Visa, and BP Oil bills was made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3,000 to Police Fund, made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to take break at 7:57pm made by Michel, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2014-10 an Ordinance Amending Title 18 “Zoning”, to provide for fees authorized by Chapter 18-56 of the Code of Ordinances of the Village of Glasford, 1987 as amended, made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion for Supt. Brown to attend water training class in Geneva, IL on January 26 and January 27, 2015 with overnight stay and use of Village 2009 GMC Pick-up, if weather permits due to snow removal, made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Motion for Supt. Brown to attend OSHA training class on February 19, 2015 made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Maintenance report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown informed the Board of the condition of the road/curb at 504 E. Main St., Glasford, IL due to the increased traffic to the grain mill.  Discussion followed.  When the weather permits, Brown is to have spray patching done to make the road more durable.

 

Board discussed purchasing a heater for the Village Hall garage.  Discussion followed.  Tony Brown to contact John Johnson and see if a new heat duct can be ran or if purchase of a heater is necessary.

 

Motion to have John Johnson install a new heating duct/vent, if possible, in Village Hall garage made by Michel, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Roberts presented to the Board the need to purchase a new PH and ammonia meter for sewer plant which would cost approximately $3,000.00 to $4,000.00. 

 

Motion to purchase a new PH and ammonia meter for the sewer plant made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 8:34pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel matters made by Allen, 2nd by Malin.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 8:40pm made by Malin, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE;  Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes.  Motion carried.

 

Motion for adjournment was made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call… Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Malin – AYE; Michel – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  Motion carried.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 8:42pm.

 

 

 

 

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

 


 

 

 

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