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Village of Glasford Monthly Meeting Minutes

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

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


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VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JANUARY 19, 2017

 

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, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets/Maint. Supt. Reimer, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Jay Conrad, and Harold Roberts.

 

Motion to accept December 15, 2016 board meeting minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Pilgrim. 

 

IBHS is requesting donation for St. Jude Benefit on April 8, 2017.  Discussion followed.  Motion to donate $250.00 to IBHS St. Jude Benefit made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Jay Conrad informed the Board that Glasford Glory Days is set for September 7th through 10th, 2017.  He also told Board that he is chair of the carnival committee, John T. Kingsley is the co-chair, Nanette Jenkins is secretary and Bob Meyer is treasurer.  Mr. Conrad also asked the Board to consider donating another bicycle for the carnival to be giving away as done for the 2016 Glasford Glory Days.  Mr. Conrad thanked the Board for letting the committee use the Village Hall every 1st Thursday of the month at 7:30pm.

 

Police report presented and accepted.

 

December 2016

13   Officer dispatched to 10th & Oak on walking intoxicated male – given ride home.

16   Officer unlocked vehicle (keys left in)

16   Officer dispatched to fight at bar – gone on arrival.

18   Officer dispatched with THFD on unconscious female.

22   Officer towed abandoned vehicle.

24   Officer dispatched to Maple Ridge & Mapleton Rd on car flipped over – nothing found.

25   Officer did compliance check for visiting registered offender – all was ok.

29   Officer dispatched to possible domestic  -  no domestic found – political discussion only.

29   Officer dispatched with multiple county units on a large fight under the Rt 9 bridge.  No fight encountered.

30   Officer dispatched to loud music complaint – turned down.

31   Officer arrested subject for Domestic Battery.

 

January 2017

1     Officer assisted stranded motorist Rt 24 & Glasford Rd.

11   Officer dispatched with THFD on child in seizure.

11   Officer dispatched with THFD on elderly female fell.

13   Officer dispatched to Rt 24 & Trivoli Rd car crash – nothing found.

15   Officer dispatched to 6th St on a verbal argument

15   Officer dispatched with THFD on a rescue call.

 

Streets/Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Supt. Reimer brought to the Board’s attention that he had taken up tile in board room and asked what the Board wanted to for flooring.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until spring 2017.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown reported to the Board that the cost to replace the motor at the lagoon would be $6400.00.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until spring 2017.

 

Supt. Brown also reported to the Board options for improving the water in the Village for dissolved gases and taste potential:

--  Option 1:  Post Treatment (Ground Tank Aeration):  involves addition of either cascade waterfall, compressed air or an aeration unit to stir or filter water.  It is the lowest cost probability for this group of options, but no visualized reduction of operating costs;

 

--  Option 2:  Pre-Treatment (before filtration):  involves using aeration to remove gases and pre-oxidized filtered minerals we do now for reduction in chlorine costs, possible HMO costs and filter media life.  Would involve an addition of a either cascade waterfall, compressed air or an aeration unit to stir or filter water; Significant cost probability for this group of options for engineering and construction costs; would be a better return on investment due to operation cost to reduce chlorine usage, possible HMO usage and possible filter media life increase.

 

--  Option 3:  T & L Rural Water Hook Up:  which involves blending of water and starting to obtain the needed infrastructure if that is the future route.

 

Discussion of the options for water treatment followed.  Supt. Brown to look into costs more closely and report back to Board.

 

 

Motion to suspend the meeting for a break at 8:12pm made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.   Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:18pm.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy and Visa bills was made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

 

Clerk Stetler presented to the Board that the garbage contract with Quality Disposal was due to end on June 30, 2017 and if they wanted to continue with Quality Disposal or put out for bid.  Discussion followed.  Clerk Stetler to contact Quality Disposal and report back at February 16, 2017 meeting.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Trustee Pilgrim presented to Board his findings for the annexation process and what it would entail.  Discussion followed.  Pilgrim to keep looking into process and report back at later date.

 

Motion for adjournment made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.   Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:47pm.

 

 

________________________________                                   ________________________________

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


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

FEBRUARY 16, 2017

 

 

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, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Trustees Kingsley and Pilgrim were absent.  Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets/Maint. Supt. Reimer, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Harold Roberts, Jay Conrad, Nanette Rudd, John Rudd, Karri Dries, Greg Dries, Joe Howard, Abby Howard and Evan Fink.

 

Motion to accept Jan. 19, 2017 minutes made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Jay Conrad reported to the Board that no new info on 2017 Glasford Glory Days available at this time.

 

Jay Conrad asked of the Board if there was anything in the works for unsafe buildings on Main Street.  Discussion followed.

 

Jay Conrad voiced his opinion regarding a Glasford Police Officer pulling him over seven years ago.  Discussion followed.

 

John Rudd requesting to be put on March 16, 2017 agenda for upcoming events on Main Street.

 

Greg Dries voiced his opinion on hearsay regarding Glasford Police Department and asked about procedure to file a complaint against an officer.  Discussion followed.  Clerk Stetler provided police complaint forms for the audience.

 

Police report presented and accepted.

 

January 2017

 

18        Officer wrote Village Ordinance for possession of Marijuana <2.5g

20        Officer took noise complaint

21        Officer dispatched to 6th St on trouble with male – no one there.

21        Officer returned to 6th St – complaint of people on the roof.

25        Officer dispatched with THFD on a rescue call.

27        Officer dispatched to 24 & Trivoli Rd on car vs deer – no county or state available.

31        Officer arrested subject on felony warrant.

 

February 2017

 

8          Officer arrested subject for DUI – written warning for defective tail light.

12        Officer dispatched with Il State Police on a traffic crash Rt 24

12        Officer dispatched to a noise complaint.

 

 

Streets/Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown reported to Board that the estimate for cleaning the inside of the water tower would be $2860.00 per day from Niles Industrial.  Brown informed Board that it probably be a one-day process.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Niles Industrial estimate for $2860.00 per day to clean the inside of the water tower made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Supt. Brown reported to Board the quote from Koener Electric $7980.00 for well #2 electrical work.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Koener Electric’s quote for $7980.00 for well #2 electrical work  made by  Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, BP Oil and Visa bills was made by  Bailey, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to permanently transfer $4000.00 to Police Fund was made by  Bailey, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Trustee Bailey informed Board that Kelli Geier wants to be annexed into the Village limits.  Discussion followed.  Bailey to inform Kelli Geier to submit written request and procedure will begin as soon as written request is received.

 

Mayor Rudd presented avenues for obtaining revenue for water and sewer.  Matter tabled until March 16, 2017 meeting.

 

 

Clerk Stetler presented request of resident to move the water/sewer & garbage billing until the 14th of the month.  Discussion followed.  No motion to change the due date of water/sewer & garbage bills was made.  No changes will be made to the due date.

 

Clerk Stetler presented request of property owner to require a deposit for water/sewer & garbage to offset costs for landlords when tenants leave without paying final bill.  Discussion followed.  No motion to require a deposit for water/sewer & garbage bills was made.  No changes to be made to deposit requirement.

 

Clerk Stetler asked the Board if mowing was to be put out for bids for 2017.  Discussion followed.  Mowing for the 2017 season to be put out for bids and due on March 16, 2017 by 5pm.

 

Clerk Stetler asked the Board if there was to be a clean-up day for spring 2017.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to reserve dumpsters from Quality Disposal for May 20, 2017 from 7am to 11am.

 

Clerk Stetler asked the Board if a new printer could be purchased for clerk’s office.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to present printers and prices at March 16, 2017 Board meeting.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 7:22pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel and review executive session minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE;  Bailey – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes,   motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 7:35pm and resume regular board meeting made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll call… Allen – AYE;  Bailey – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Whaley – AYE.  All ayes,   motion carried.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:38pm.

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MARCH 16, 2017

 

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, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets/Maint. Supt. Reimer, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Jay Conrad, Jessica Westerman, Molly Randle, Tiffany Randle, Jim Malin, Nan Rudd, John Rudd, Officer Chris Beachler and Officer Andrew Burgess.

 

Motion to accept February 16, 2017 board meeting minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Opening of sealed mowing bids for the 2017 season for Village grounds and park.  The bids were as follows:  1.) Perfect Lawn Care at $100.00 per mow; 2.)  Chris Harris at $130.00 per week.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Perfect Lawn Care’s bid at $100.00 per mow made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Nan Rudd informed Board of the plans for the St. Jude’s Glow Run set for June 24, 2017 from 3pm to Midnight with the run at 8:00pm.  Main Street will be closed at 1pm that day to set up for the activities.

 

Nan Rudd informed Board that the Cruise-In will be set for July 30, 2017 and all of Main Street from Glasford Road to Saylor Street will be closed off for the activities.

 

Jessica Westerman requested permission to install a butterfly garden in the park through the 4-H Program.  Discussion followed.  Westerman allowed to proceed with project in the park set for April 22, 2017.

 

Police report presented and accepted.

 

February 2017

15        Officer arrested subject on outstanding warrant.

16        Officer took report of earlier harassment.

17        Officer wrote 7 junk vehicle ordinances

21        Officer dispatched to car crash on Oak St no injuries.

22        Officer arrested subject for DUI, Reckless Driving.

23        Officer returned found license plate.

24        Officer wrote junk vehicle ordinance.

25        Office dispatched to verbal domestic – parties separated.

28        Officer stood by on Glasford Rd for tree branches down.

28        Officer stood by at Dollar General – front doors blown out.

 

March 2017

1          Officer wrote multiple ordinance violation – junk vehicles.

2          Citizen stopped – person lying on ground in front of Laundromat – gone on arrival.

2          Citizen stopped - suspicious person walking by park – walking home to 7th St.

4          Officer dispatched to Rt 24 by Glasford Rd – debris in roadway – removed.

4          Officer wrote junk vehicle.

8          Officer took report of stolen/missing license plate.

8          Officer wrote multiple ordinance citations for junk vehicles.

10        Officer with Peoria County dispatched to Rt 24 & Wheeler Rd Overpass – DUI car crash with injury.

11        Officer dispatched to Lightbody Rd on crash unknown injuries – rollover.

 

Streets/Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Supt. Reimer presented different options for carpet tiles for the Board room and entry way area for the Village Hall.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to purchase at Menards the Foss Ozite Ribbed Carpet Tiles for $26.77 per carton for a total of approximately $600.00 by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Allen.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Supt. Reimer presented to the Board the AmerenIL program that assists small businesses to obtain more energy efficient lighting.  Several lights located in all Village Buildings qualified for the program.  The program is a 75%/25% split on the costs and the Village’s part would be no more than $1500.00.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to enter into program for lighting replacement with AmerenIL made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown informed the Board that the cleaning of the water tower is set for June 19, 2017.

 

Supt. Brown presented proposals for Well #2 rehab.  Well Solutions for $20,683.95 and Layne-Western for $20,700.00.  Discussion followed.  No decision made at this time by the Board.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, BP Oil and Visa bills was made by Bailey, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Clerk informed Board that Clean-Up Day is set with Quality Disposal for May 20, 2017 from 7am to 11am by the Village maintenance shed.

 

Clerk asked of the Board what the policy was for putting antennae’s on the water tower for cell phone reception.  Discussion followed.  Board determined it would be a liability at this time.

 

Clerk informed Board that the Village attorneys are reviewing information regarding the unsafe buildings on Main Street.

 

Discussion for generating revenue for water/sewer tabled until April 20, 2017 Board meeting.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.   Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:42pm.

 

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

APRIL 20, 2017

 

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, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Schoenbrun and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Streets/Maint. Supt. Reimer, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Harold Roberts, John Rudd, Nanette Rudd, John Wall, Jane Michel, and Anna Godby.

 

Motion to accept March 16, 2017 board meeting minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

John and Nanette Rudd expressed concerns regarding the patrolling of police officers and the effect it’s causing on his businesses.  Discussion followed.

 

John and Nanette Rudd expressed concerns regarding the subpoena that was requested for camera footage from Whitetails regarding a bar fight and the timely fashion is was followed up on by the Glasford Police Department.  Discussion followed.

 

John Wall expressed his concern regarding a sink hole on the property located at 408 E. Fourth Street and water standing in the ditch and low area of property.  Discussion followed.  Reimer informed Board that findings were not a broken field tile but just a sink hole and Reimer was told to fill it in with dirt and to monitor the flow of water in that area to see if a drop box will be necessary in the future.

 

John Wall also expressed his concern regarding the water flow issues on the west side of town at W. Main and Barron Streets.  Discussion followed. 

 

Anna Godby requested of the Board permission to set up a “Spruce Up Day” the same day as the Clean Up Day on May 20, 2017.  Discussion followed.  Clerk Stetler to help Ms. Godby get things set up for Spruce Up Day on May 20, 2017. 

 

Police report presented and accepted.

 

March 2017

15        Officer responded with THFD on a male feeling dizzy.

17        Officer responded to Whitetails on a possible fight.

18        Officer dispatched with THFD on an elderly male that was lightheaded.

22        Officer issued abatement (Junk Vehicle) on Poplar.

24        Officer dispatched to Main St on a possible domestic – just intoxicated and loud – told to go inside.

26        Officer arrested subject for driving while license suspended / DUI

29        Officer had subject run from him and abandon his vehicle (driver suspended – plates expired) – vehicle towed driver not located.

31        Officer dispatched to Dollar General on a shoplifting.

31        Officer dispatched with Peoria County on a fatal ATV accident.

31        Officer stood by while picked up personal belongings from a previous domestic.

 

April 2017

5          Officer investigated possible squatters – nothing found.

5          Officer investigated possible suspicious vehicle at 6th St.

7          Officer assisted with a stranded motorist.

9          Officer dispatched to a child custody issue.

9          Officer wrote ordinance for illegal transportation of alcohol and also issued ordinance for drug paraphernalia.

9          Officer dispatched to a possible aggravated assault.

13        Officer assisted with Peoria County in looking for a suspect from an earlier incident.

14        Officer dispatched to loud music call.  Turned down on arrival.

15        Officer took complaint of a person acting suspicious at the park.

15         Officer dispatched to stand by while subject gets belongings from an earlier verbal domestic.

 

 

Streets/Maintenance report presented and accepted. 

 

Reimer informed Board that the new budget for MFT is coming up and what they wanted done for Main Street sealcoating.  Discussion followed.  Reimer to follow-up with Engineer Sturm to get necessary paperwork done for Main Street sealcoating project.

 

Water/Sewer report presented and accepted.

 

Treasurer’s report presented and accepted.

 

Motion to pay bills and outstanding AmerenIL, Direct Energy, IMLRMA Insurance and Visa bills was made by Allen, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to permanent transfer $5000.00 to Police Fund made by Allen, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to Ordinance 2017-01 Annual Appropriation Ordinance for 5/1/17 to 4/30/18 made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion for any intra-funds transfers between funds made from May 1, 2016 to April 30, 2017 be made permanent made by Whaley, 2nd by Schoenbrun.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to accept contract with Quality Disposal for contract garbage services made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter into annual contract with Peoria County Sheriff’s Department for dispatch services made by Schoenbrun, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter into annual contract with PDC Labs for water/sewer testing for $1895.00 made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Clerk informed Board that sewer line/lift station grant process was on track and moving along accordingly.  Discussion followed.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Schoenbrun – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.  

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:03pm.

 

 

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MAY 18, 2017

 

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, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Michel and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Harold Roberts, Loren Bailliez, James Cummings and Anna Godby.  Supt. Reimer was absent.

 

Reading of April 20, 2017 minutes.

 

Motion for ACCEPTANCE OF April 20, 2017 MINUTES  made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Anna Godby gave Board status update for “Spruce Up Day”.  Discussion followed.  If rain cancels out Spruce Up Day, one will be done in late August or early September.

 

Loren Bailliez asked of the Board the status for unsafe buildings on Main Street.  Discussion followed.  Mayor to call village attorneys to request an update on progress.

 

Jim Cummings presented to Board status of STP grant progress and the need for approval of Activity delivery services contract with Greater Peoria Economic Development Council.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to enter into Activity delivery services contract with Greater Peoria Economic Development Council made by Bailey, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

April 2017

18        Ordinance Served – Essex St – Yard

22        Officer assisted Peoria County on verbal domestic in Mapleton

22        Loud Music Oakley St – Turned down.

23        Officer did follow-up from possible stolen vehicle registration.

23        Officer took report of possible burglary to residence.

25        Officer was given prescription medication to dispose of.

27        Officer dispatched to 100 Blk Essex on suspicious vehicle – gone on arrival.

27        Officer dispatched with Peoria County to Powell Rd on a female screaming – nothing found in area.

28        Officer assisted Peoria County on a missing person.

30        Officer dispatched to Kinston Mines on a rescue call – no County officer available. (Bad Storm – flooding in County)

31        Officer dispatched to Reed City Rd on a tree in roadway, no county officer available. (Bad Storm – flooding in County)

 

May 2017

2          Officer dispatched to Hollis Park – disturbance – No County available.

4          Officer did follow-up on earlier burglary.

5          Officer retrieved stolen property from pawn shop.

5          Officer dispatched to possible reckless driver 800 Blk S Oak St.

7          Officer given possible drugs found at 6th St. parking area.

9          Officer dispatched to neighbor disturbance – both parties issued disorderly conduct ordinances at each other’s request.

12        Officer dispatched to a Domestic Battery on Essex.

13        Officer assisted Peoria County on a deceased (Dispatched prior to going on duty)

14        Officer dispatched to person walking on S Glasford Rd hill afraid he will get hit – gave ride to Pekin.

14        Officer dispatched with Peoria County to Kingston Mines on trouble with a subject at the bar.

 

 

Chief Harper also informed Board that Kaitlyn Wear will begin training for part-time police officer.

 

No STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented due to Supt. Reimer’s absence.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3000.00 to Police fund   made by Bailey, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to authorize the 5/1/16 to 4/30/17 MFT Municipal Maintenance Expenditure Statement in the amount of $32,431.38 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to authorize the 5/1/17 to 4/30/18 MFT RESOLUTION 05182017 Municipal Estimate of Maintenance Costs for $46,000.00 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2017-02, Cross Connection Control Ordinance made by Bailey, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to adjourn regular meeting for ten-minute break Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:15pm.

 

Motion to retain accountants, attorney, engineer and police chief for the fiscal year 5/1/17 to 4/30/18 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to buy bottled water for band members for Memorial Day parade made by Kingsley, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

                       

Motion for Police department new computer for Ford Explorer & IWIN dispatching program made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Resolution 05182017B for new signature sheet for Glasford Bank accounts made by Bailey, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to purchase new flag pole for Village Hall location with $600.00 limit made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Clerk presented to Board that several residents asking for a stop sign at E. Amy and N. Saylor Streets.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until June 15, 2017 Board meeting.

                       

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Michel – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.  

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:30pm.

 

 

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JUNE 15, 2017

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Bailey, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Michel and Whaley. Trustee Allen was absent.  Also in attendance was Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer, Kaitlyn Wear, Tracy Young, Jackie Young, and Austin Johnson.

 

Reading of May 18, 2017 minutes.  Motion for ACCEPTANCE OF May 18, 2017 MINUTES  made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Tracy and Jackie Young asked Board about the drainage of the natural waterway located behind their house located on E. Amy Street.  Discussion followed.  Board members are going to look at waterway and report back at July 20, 2017 meeting.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

May 2017

16        Officer arrested subject on Domestic Battery

17        Officer arrested subject at the request of Peoria County for an earlier incident.

17        Officer assisted fire department on a tree on fire near roadway

17        Officer responded with Fire Department on an unconscious female.

19        Officer tagged an inoperable red truck at 6th St

19        Made contact with 6th St Apartment manager regarding tall grass/weeds

19        Officer assisted Peoria County Rt. 24 accident with wires down. Blocked all lanes.

21        Officer attempted to locate a vehicle for Normal PD reference a retail theft.

25        Officer dispatched to verbal domestic 6th St

25        Red truck from 6th St gone.           

26        Officer assisted Peoria County in Kingston Mines on a suicidal male.

29        Officer dispatched with fire department on male that keeps passing out.

June 2017

2          Officer dispatched to Dollar General on a shoplifting – No County Officer Available

2          Officer requested to make notification to a subject to contact Knox County Sheriff regarding a boat.

4          Officer dispatched to a residential intrusion alarm – homeowner set off by accident.

6          Officer dispatched to a criminal trespass.

9          Officer dispatched to 6th St on a domestic battery.

10        Officer given message to see a juvenile regarding a theft of a fidget spinner.

 

Chief Harper introduced to the Board new part-time police officer, Kaitlyn Wear.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3000.00 to Police Fund made by Whaley, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2017-03 Prevailing Wages made by Bailey, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 8:05pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss personnel made by Bailey, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 8:25pm and resume regular board meeting made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to increase police wages as follows:  Chief--$15/hr, Lieutenant--14/hr, and officers--$13/hr, plus all officers receive $0.50 bonus for after midnight hours and pay scale to be effective June 12, 2017 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Supt. Brown to receive bonus for passing wastewater class.

 

Mayor Rudd presented to the Board that residents are requesting to have chickens.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Motion for adjournment made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll Call:  Allen – AYE; Bailey – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley – AYE; Michel – AYE; Kingsley – AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.  

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:29pm.

 

 

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JULY 06, 2017

 

A SPECIAL meeting of the Village of Glasford Board of Trustees was convened at 6:30pm, July 6, 2017, for the purpose of discussing issues pertaining to water treatment plant HMO System and what are the next steps to take to remedy the issue with Layne Christensen Company.

 

In attendance were Mayor Rudd; Trustees Allen, Pilgrim, Michel and Whaley; also in attendance was Water/Sewer Anthony Brown, Streets/Maintenance Supt. Keith Reimer and Harold Roberts.  Trustee Kingsley was in attendance via telephone; Trustee Bailey and Clerk Stetler were absent.  Supt. Brown took minutes in Clerk Stetler’s absence.

 

Supt. Brown presented to the Board the test results from PDC Labs regarding the corrosiveness of the water.  Results indicated that water is corrosive and there was residue of iron oxide in the HMO filter media.  Layne Christensen still has no explanation on why there is residue of iron oxide in HMO filter media.  Discussion followed.

 

Supt. Brown presented to the Board the approximate cost of $22,000.00 to have filter tanks repainted due to the rust spots in the tanks.  Discussion followed.

 

Supt. Brown presented to the Board the approximate cost of $38,000.00 for Layne Christensen to remove and replace the plumbing in the tanks.  Discussion followed.

 

Roberts presented to the Board that a meeting needs to take place with Layne Christensen so options can be discussed and questions answered on what possibly has caused the issue of residue iron oxide in the filter media.  Discussion followed.

 

Board concluded that a meeting with Layne Christensen is needed to review options on what can be done for the replacement of the tanks.  Harold Roberts and Supt. Brown to contact Layne Christensen and Engineer Frank Sturm to be present at next board meeting so matters can be discussed.

 

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

 

Meeting was adjourned at 7:06pm.

 

 

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JULY 20, 2017

 

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, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Michel and Whaley. Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer, Tracy Young, Jackie Young, Kerri Dries, Ed Best, John Rudd, Engineer Frank Sturm, Ron Rappard and Austin Johnson.

 

Reading of June 15, 2017 and July 6, 2017 minutes.  Motion for ACCEPTANCE OF June 15, 2017 and July 6, 2017 MINUTES  made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Kerri Dries gave Board update on the upcoming St. Jude’s Run and where the runners will be running.  Discussion followed.  Kerri will provide Chief Harper with the official run route.

 

John Rudd gave Board update on the upcoming Main Street car show set for July 30, 2017.  Discussion followed.  Supt. Reimer to provide John Rudd with extra garbage cans and road barricades as needed.

 

Tracy and Jackie Young asked Board if there was information found on blocking a natural waterway.  Discussion followed.  Chief Harper said it is considered a civil matter and there is Illinois Law on blocking a natural water way.  Chief Harper is to talk to resident that is blocking a natural water way.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

June 2017

13   Officer responded to 6th St on a rescue call with THFD

19   Officer responded with Peoria County to Kingston Mines on an unruly female at the bar.

22   Officer flagged down at 6th St on earlier harassment

22   Officer responded to 10th St on a rescue call with THFD

26   Officer responded to 6th St on a sexual assault that occurred in another county

 

July 2017

1     Officer stood by while civil papers served.

2     Officer dispatched with THFD to Mapleton on an unconscious male

2     Officer dispatched to Hanna City to assist with traffic on a fire.

2     Officer dispatched to Main st on fireworks complaint.

3     Officer arrested subject for DUI

4     Officer dispatched to fireworks complaint on Poplar St – gone on arrival.

6     Officer dispatched to 6th St on trouble with son.

10   Officer dispatched to park on criminal damage that happened in Kingston Mines.

10   Officer dispatched with Peoria County on accident w/ injuries Rt 24 & Cameron Ln

10   Officer dispatched with Peoria County on Timber Rd on suicidal male / Domestic Battery

14   Officer stopped by asked to do a welfare check on Wheeler Rd – all was ok.

 

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown presented to the Board the test results from PDC Labs for water treatment plant HMO media issues.  Tests were all within normal range and he is working with Layne Christensen on what to do next.

 

Ron Rappard of Layne Christensen introduced himself to the Board and informed him of what the next steps are in testing to see what is the problem with the HMO media in the water treatment plant.  Discussion followed.  Ron Rappard will contact the paint manufacturer regarding the rust issues in the tanks and begin further testing on the HMO media feeding procedures.  Ron stated that his company will be taking care of the costs of the additional testing and he plans to be here for a least a week to perform tests and go over findings with Harold Roberts and Tony Brown.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Motion to suspend regularly scheduled Board meeting at 7:55pm for break made by Michel, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Meeting resumed at 8:02pm.

 

Motion to pass Resolution No. 07202017 Authority to Execute Intergovernmental Cooperation Contract with Illinois Municipal League Risk Management Association for insurance of Village property and workers compensation, for the Village of Glasford made by Whaley, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to proceed with Mohr & Kerr for inspections of unsafe buildings on Main Street made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion for authorization for James Cummings of GPEDC to incur expense with Mohr & Kerr if needed for sewer grant process made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:18pm.

 

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 

 


 

VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

AUGUST 17, 2017

 

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, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Michel and Whaley. Also in attendance were Chief Harper, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown, Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer, Harold Roberts, Ed Best, John Rudd, Nan Rudd, Jay Conrad, Judy Smith, Paul Coats and Jim Cummings.

 

Reading of July 20, 2017 minutes.  Motion for ACCEPTANCE of July 20, 2017 MINUTES  made by Bailey, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Jim Cummings presented status update on sewer lining grant project.  Discussion followed.

 

Jay Conrad on behalf of Glasford Glory Days Carnival Committee requested the Board to pay half of the liability insurance needed for the carnival which would be $573.00.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion for Village to pay half of the liability insurance in the amount of $573.00 for Glasford Glory Days Carnival Committee made by Bailey, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Jay Conrad on behalf of Glasford Glory Days Carnival Committee requested the Board to pay for two (2) bicycles for the Glasford Glory Days.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion for the Village to purchase two (2) bicycles for the Glasford Glory Days Carnival made by Bailey, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

POLICE REPORT presented and accepted.

July 2017

17                     Officer dispatched with Peoria County on a domestic in Kingston Mines

17                     Officer dispatched to a suspicious vehicle Oak & 4th

19                     Officer did report on possible Health Code violations at 6th St Apts.

22                     Officer dispatched to earlier domestic. 

24                     Officer dispatched to a person having trouble with an intoxicated male.

24                     Officer dispatched to a violation of an Order of Protection

26                     Officer delivered copy of Order of Protection to party.

26                     Officer did ordinance for tall weeds, grass on 4th.

28                     Officer dispatched to Casey’s on harassing texts.

28                     Officer encountered a verbal argument at bar.

29                     Officer dispatched to possible theft.

29                     Officer dispatched with Peoria County on male walking on Rt 24 by BP – afraid of getting hit.  Given ride to BP to make phone call.

29                     Officer dispatched to a domestic battery – female arrested.

30                     Officer dispatched to Dollar General on a suspicious person – gone on arrival.

31                     Officer dispatched with Animal Control on Glasford-Canton Rd.

 

August 2017

1                      Officer requested to do a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) check for verification.  Requested by Secretary of State.

2                      Officer took report of damaged street sign – 6th & Bussell.

2                      Officer dispatched to drive-off from Casey’s – found driver – forgot to pay.

7                      Officer took report of civil.

10                     Officer assisted with lost dog – found later

10                     Officer spoke to citizen on traffic issue.

10                     Officer took report of missing cell phone.

11                     Officer dispatched to Rt 24 near Mapleton on male not breathing in car.

11                     Officer dispatched with Peoria County to Lake Camelot on suspicious male walking around with flashlight.

 

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown presented to the Board estimates on the cleaning of the ground storage tank from Niles Services for $3895.00.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept estimate on the cleaning of the ground storage tank from Niles Services for $3895.00 made by Allen, 2nd by Bailey.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Motion for approval of Main Street seal coat bid from R.A. cullinan & son for $25,036.24 as per the recommendation letter from Frank Sturm of Mohr & Kerr Engineering made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter into contract with Mohr & Kerr Engineering for work on the sewer line grant for $12,500.00 made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion for approval of Ord. 2017-04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL LOAN PROGRAM

ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING LOAN AGREEMENT NON-HOME RULE ENTITY, which authorizes a  Loan Agreement and Authorizes the Village of Glasford, to Borrow Funds from the Water Pollution Control Loan Program made by Bailey, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

IDOT Compliance Review #68 for Motor Fuel Funds presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:42pm.

 

 

 

________________________________                                      ________________________________

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

 

 

 

 


 

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