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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 18, 2018

 

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 Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer; Chief Beachler; and Tom Robertson, Jr.

 

Reading of January 4, 2018 special board meeting and the December 21, 2017 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Tom Robertson, Jr. on behalf of the Glasford Optimist Club requested permission to use Tiger Bluffs for the Annual Glasford Optimist Club Community Auction on March 17, 2018.  Discussion followed.  Permission granted.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

December 2017:

12/17  Officer assisted other agency (ISP)

12/20  Officer made arrest for battery

12/27  Officer checked on suspicious vehicle

12/28  Officer Investigated hit & run with school buss

 

January 2018:

01/01  Officer took report for stolen vehicle

01/06  Officer responded to BLS call

01/10  Officer investigated a suspicious person report 400 block of Main

01/12  Officer investigated crash

01/12  Officer responded to BLS call

01/12  Officer took complaint of civil issue

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Reimer presented to the Board the need for hydraulic pump repairs to be done on the skid loader in the amount of $3200.00.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to approve repair costs of $3200.00 for skid loader made by Pilgrim, 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 2018-01 Adopting a Policy Prohibiting Sexual Harassment for the Village of Glasford, Peoria County, State of Illinois 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 pay bills and permanently transfer $4000.00 to Police Fund made by Bailey, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 7:15pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to review executive session minutes made by Bailey, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Bailey—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 7:17pm and resumed regular board meeting made by Pilgrim, 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.

 

Trustee Bailey presented his resignation as Board Trustee effective January 19, 2018.  Board accepted Bailey’s resignation.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:30pm.

 

 

 

________________________________                                   ________________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

FEBRUARY 15, 2018

 

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

 

Reading of January 18, 2018 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

Jan 14th - Feb 10th, 2018

01/14              Officer Assist County On a Crash (Accident)

01/18              Officer Responded to Noise Complaint

01/23              Officer Tagged Two Abandoned Vehicles

01/25              Officer Responded to BLS medical Call

01/27              Officer Responded to Custody Dispute

01/28              Office Made Warrant Arrest

02/02              Officer Responded to Car VS Deer Crash

02/02              Officer Found Open Door on a vacant house

02/07              Officer Responded Verbal Domestic

02/08              Officer Responded to Verbal Domestic

02/09              Officer Responded to False Alarm at IB

 

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Reimer presented to Board that Hollis Park District wanted to know what the Village was going to do with pavement roller.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to donate pavement roller to Hollis Park District made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pay bills and permanently transfer $5000.00 to Police Fund made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to approve the Police License Agreement to Conduct Training at Peoria Park District Rifle Range made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Clerk Stetler asked the Board if mowing was to be put out for bids for 2018.  Discussion followed.  Mowing for the 2018 season to be put out for bids and due on April 19, 2018 by 5pm.

 

Clerk Stetler asked the Board if there was to be a clean-up day for spring 2018.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to reserve dumpsters from Quality Disposal for June 2, 2018 from 7am to 11am.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:38pm.

 

 

 

________________________________                                   ________________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MARCH  15, 2018

 

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

 

Reading of  February 15, 2018 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Nan Rudd informed Board that St. Jude Run was set for June 30, 2018 and Car Cruise-In was set for July 29, 2018.  She also informed the Board that the carnival was set for the 3rd weekend in September but no exact date set as of the date of the meeting.  Discussion followed.

 

Sara Duffield asked the Board if there were any spaces available in the Village for her Tigers Attic program that helps with providing people with household needs and other items.  Discussion followed.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

February 2018:

2/13                Officer made report on Residential Burglary

2/14                Officer Assisted County on DUI in Mapleton

2/22                Officer investigated Felony Theft (Internet Scam)

2/22                Officer Responded to Barking Dog

2/23                Officer Responded to Village Hall for Medicine Drop Off

2/26                Officer Assisted Peoria County on Domestic (w/Weapons)

2/26                Officer Responded to Golf Cart Inspection

 

March 2018:

3/01                Officer Responded to Verbal Domestic in Glasford

3/01                Officer Responded to 2 Donkeys in the Roadway

3/02                Officers Stood By on IB School Threat

3/04                Officer Flagged Down Regarding Child Custody Issue

3/05                Officer Responded to Shooting Threat at IB School

3/06                Officer Responded to IB School on Cyber Crime

3/08                Officer Made Arrest on Suspended Driver

3/08                Officer Assisted THFD/AMT on BLS Call

3/08                Officer Assisted Peoria County with Physical Domestic in Kingston Mines

3/09                Officer Assisted THFD/AMT on BLS Call

 

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Reimer informed Board of the cost of striping parking lot spaces from Ace Striping on Main Street for $1650.00 and $450.00 for basketball ball.  Discussion followed.  Nan Rudd requested diagonal lines be done at Main & Oak Streets to allow for more room backing out. 

 

Supt. Reimer presented the estimate from Mohr & Kerr for the upcoming MFT fiscal year for seal coating S. Walnut Street from Fourth Street to the south end of Walnut Street for $16,465.19.  Discussion followed.  Board told Reimer to contact Mohr & Kerr to get the estimate done to be voted on for April 19, 2018 meeting.

 

Mayor Rudd made the recommendation of Thomas Sheckler to fill the vacancy left by Dan Bailey’s resignation for Village Trustee.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Mayor Rudd’s recommendation of Thomas Sheckler to fill the vacancy left by Dan Bailey’s resignation for Village Trustee made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pay bills and permanently transfer $6000.00 to police fund made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Clerk Stetler informed Board clean-up day was set for June 2, 2018 from 7am to 11am.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:23pm.

 

 

 

________________________________                                   ________________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

SPECIAL ~ MARCH  26, 2018

 

A SPECIAL meeting of the Village of Glasford Board of Trustees was convened at 6:30pm, to authorize obtaining bids for the Sanitary Sewer Lining and Lift Station Improvement project.

 

In attendance were Mayor Rudd; Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Pilgrim, Kingsley, Michel and Whaley.  Also in attendance was Clerk Tammy Jo Stetler and James Cummings.

 

James Cummings explained to Board that an authorization for obtaining bids for the Sanitary Sewer Lining and Lift Station Improvement project was needed to move to the next step of the grant process.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to authorize the obtaining bids for the Sanitary Sewer Lining and Lift Station Improvement project made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley – AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

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

 

 

Meeting was adjourned at 6:37pm.

 

 

 

 

________________________________                                   ________________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

APRIL 19, 2018

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Pilgrim, Kingsley, Michel and Whaley. Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Chief Beachler, Officer Burgess, Nan Rudd, John Rudd, Anthony Fryxell and Jackson Sheckler.

 

Reading of  March 26, 2018 Special board meeting minutes and March 15, 2018 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Allen, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Nan Rudd informed Board that the Glasford Sesquicentennial Heritage Days Carnival will be either Sept. 13-16, 2018 or Sept. 13-15, 2018.  The dates would be determined at the April 24, 2018 meeting with CDAC Amusements.  Discussion followed.

 

Anthony Fryxell representing the charity “Tee Up For The Troops” requested a donation from the Board for upcoming golf outing that is held every year for U.S. Troops in the area.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to donate $300 to “Tee Up For The Troops” made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

March 2018:

03/12                Officer Investigated Possible DUI on Route 24

03/14                Officer Responded to Dollar General on Abandoned Vehicle

03/15                Officer Issued Ordinance Ticket for Garbage

03/16                Officer Dispatched to Route 24 on road debris

03/16                Officer Dispatched to Route 24 on Hit and Run

03/24                Officer Assist PCSO on Rollover Crash Route 9 & 24

03/24                Officer Assisted Peoria County on Crash in Banner

03/27                Officer Responded to Domestic over Child Custody

03/28                Officer Made Report for Theft of Services

03/29                Officer Issued Ordinances for Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia

03/30                Office Investigated Suspicious Vehicle Call

03/30                Officer Issued Abatement Notice

03/30                Officer Issued Abatement Notice

03/30                Officer Called to 6th St Apts on trouble with a neighbor

03/31                Officer Responded to BLS Call

 

April 2018:

04/02                Officer Issued Abatement Notice for Garbage/Weeds

04/02                Officer Took Anonymous Complaint of Drug Activity

04/03                Officer Took Anonymous Complaint of Drug Activity

04/04                Office Assisted Caterpillar Security on Explosion at Cat Building in Mapleton

04/04                Officer Made Arrest for Heroin and Cocaine Possession

04/07                Officer Almost Hit Head-On While Running Radar – Suspect Arrested for Reckless Driving

04/07                Officer Responded to Crash

04/09                Officer Checked on Welfare of Glasford Resident by Request of Pekin Hospital

 

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown requested of the Board permission to purchase new aerator for lagoon pond.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to allow purchase of new aerator for lagoon pond made by Allen, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

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

 

Motion to pass new signature card for Glasford Bank accounts to include new Trustee, Thomas Sheckler, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to authorize any transfers between funds from 5/1/17 to 4/30/18 be made permanent transfers made by Whaley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass MFT Resolution 41918MFT for Estimates of Costs for 5/1/18 to 4/30/19 in the amount of $44,000.00 made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Statement of Expenditures of MFT Funds from 5/1/17 to 4/30/18, $26,659.57 made by Allen, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Resolution 41918 to publish for bids sale of water and sewer systems made by Allen, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pay bills and permanently transfer $5000.00 to police fund made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

Mayor Rudd presented to the Board recommendation for allowing chickens within the Village limits.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to amend Village Code to allow chickens within Village limits made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen – NAYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley— NAYE; Michel— NAYE; Kingsley—AYE; Mayor Rudd voted AYE to break tie.  Four (4) ayes and three (3) nayes, motion carried.

 

Opening of mowing bids for the 2018 season.  Bid #1 from Chris Harris for $100/week; Bid #2 from Perfect Lawn Care for $100/mow.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept Chris Harris’ bid for $100/week made by Kingsley, 2nd by Pilgrim.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:56pm.

 

 

________________________________                                   ________________________________

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

 


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MAY 17, 2018

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Kingsley, Pilgrim, Michel and Whaley. Also in attendance was Chief Beachler, Streets Supt. Reimer, Officer Burgess, Loren Bailliez, John Rudd and Nanette Rudd.  Trustee Sheckler and Supt. Brown were absent.

 

Reading of April 19, 2018 minutes.

 

Motion for acceptance of April 19, 2018 MINUTES  made by Pilgrim, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Loren Bailliez asked of the Board the status for unsafe buildings on Main Street and dumpster located in alley behind Glasford Senior Center.  Discussion followed. 

 

Nanette Rudd informed Board of the June 30, 2018 St. Jude Run and Car Cruise In would be July 29, 2018 and that the area at Oak and Main Streets would be blocked off like it was last year.  Discussion followed.  Board approved shut down of Oak and Main Streets.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

April 2018:

04/21              Officer Responded to BLS Call

04/23              Officer Investigated Aggravated Battery

04/24              Officer Investigated Phone Harassment

04/25              Officer Investigated Phone Harassment (2nd time same caller)

04/26              Officer Investigated a Violation of an Order of Protection

04/29              Officer Responded to BLS Call

           

May 2018:

05/03              Officer Retrieved Revoked Concealed Carry Card

05/04              Officer Responded to Verbal Domestic

05/04              Officer Responded to another Verbal Domestic same address

05/06              Officer Responded to BLS Call

05/07              Officer Responded to BLS Call

05/07              Officer Responded to Dog Complaint

05/07              Officer Made Warrant arrest and Possession of Controlled Substance (Meth) Arrest

05/11              Officer Transported Evidence to Morton Crime Lab

05/11              Officer Investigated Prowler

05/12              Officer Assisted Fire Department on AMEREN Pole On Fire

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Reimer presented estimate for railroad crossing repair work where Village pays for the asphalt for the crossing sidewalk but the railroad company does the work.  Asphalt will cost $2000 approximately.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to authorize $2000 for railroad crossing repair work where Village pays for the asphalt for the crossing sidewalk but the railroad company does the work made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.   Roll call … Allen—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

No WATER/SEWER report was due to Supt. Brown’s absence. 

 

Trustee Pilgrim exited meeting at 7:31pm and did not return.

 

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

 

Motion to permanently transfer $6000.00 to Police fund made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

 

Motion to pass Annual Appropriation Ord. 2018-02 for 5/1/18 to 4/30/19 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion for retention of attorneys, engineers and accountants for 5.1.18 to 4.30.19 fiscal year made by Allen, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to increase garbage rate from $13.00 to $14.00 beginning July 1, 2018, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to purchase from Interface Security 4-5 new surveillance cameras for the cost of approximately $2500 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

                       

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 7:43pm.

 

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

MAY 30, 2018

 

A SPECIAL meeting to open bids regarding the Notice of Sale of Real and Personal Property owned by the Village of Glasford currently utilized by the Village of Glasford in the operation of its potable water facility and distribution system and its sanitary sewer facility and collection system at 6:30pm, May 30, 2018, at Glasford Village Hall, 305 S. Oak St., Glasford, IL 61533. 

 

In attendance were Mayor Rudd; Clerk Stetler; Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Pilgrim, Michel and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Supt. Anthony Brown, and Martin Palmer.

 

Trustee Kingsley entered meeting at 6:34pm.

 

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS:

 

Opening of Bids:

 

There was only one bid submitted by IL American Water Company in the amount of $1.9 million dollars.  Discussion followed.

 

Special meeting to be held on June 6, 2018 at 7:00pm to make decision on whether or not to accept IL American Water Company’s bid.

 

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

 

Meeting was adjourned at 7:22pm.

 

 

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JUNE 06, 2018

 

 

A SPECIAL meeting to make decision to accept or decline bid from IL American Water regarding the Notice of Sale of Real and Personal Property owned by the Village of Glasford currently utilized by the Village of Glasford in the operation of its potable water facility and distribution system and its sanitary sewer facility and collection system at 7:00pm, June 6, 2018, at Glasford Village Hall, 305 S. Oak St., Glasford, IL 61533. 

 

In attendance were Mayor Rudd; Clerk Stetler; Trustees Allen, Sheckler, Pilgrim, Kingsley, Michel and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Supt. Anthony Brown, Roger Goodson with IL American Water and Tom Robertson Jr.

 

RECOGNITION OF VISITORS:

 

Roger Goodson presented to Board that he was in attendance to answer any questions regarding the bid package from IL American Water in regards to the sale of the water and sewer systems.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to accept IL American Water Company’s bid for $1.9 million for the Sale of Real and Personal Property owned by the Village of Glasford currently utilized by the Village of Glasford in the operation of its potable water facility and distribution system and its sanitary sewer facility and collection system made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley – AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Discussion on whether or not to proceed with sewer lining grant project based on the fact that $800,000 would be lost in the water/sewer sale if the Village proceeded with grant.  Discussion followed.

 

Motion to NOT proceed with sewer lining grant project made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Allen—AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim—AYE; Whaley – AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

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

 

Meeting was adjourned at 7:46pm.

 

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JUNE 21, 2018

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Sheckler, Kingsley, Michel and Whaley.   Trustees Allen and Pilgrim were absent.  Also in attendance was Chief Beachler, Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets Supt. Reimer, Officer Burgess, James Vanderheydt; Ryan Murphy; John Rudd; Nanette Rudd; Jessica Westerman; Randy Beecham and Jackson Sheckler. 

 

Reading of minutes from Special Meeting held May 30, 2018, Special Meeting held June 6, 2018 and regular Board Meeting May 17, 2018.

 

Motion for acceptance of minutes from Special Meeting held May 30, 2018, Special Meeting held June 6, 2018 and regular Board Meeting May 17, 2018, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Ryan Murphy presented to the Board his possible purchase of C&M Market and that he would like to turn it into a meat counter, seasonal meat processing center, sell packaged meals in meat department, put in a deli for breakfast & lunch, possible catering, indoor/outdoor seating, all new coolers & freezers, local farmers section and a possible Co-Op with Illini Bluffs for students.  Discussion followed.  Board welcomed Mr. Murphy’s ideas and told him that they would support his ideas in the event he purchased the market.

 

Nanette Rudd presented to the Board that they would like to expand the kitchen at Whitetails Firepit & Grill for the cost of approximately $44,000 and what her options might be for securing a possible loan with the help of the Village Board.  Discussion followed. 

 

Jessica Westerman and Randy Beecham asked of the Board and Chief Beachler what was the law regarding fireworks being set off within Village limits.  Discussion followed.  Board and Chief Beachler agreed that there would be zero tolerance for illegal fireworks being set off within Village limits and tickets would be issued to person(s) violating the law.      

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

May 13, 2018 – Jun 16, 2018

05/14    Officer Issued Ordinance Abatement

05/14    Officer took complaint of Reckless driver

05/15    Officer Responded on Trouble call and arrest was made for Obstructing police

05/16    Officer investigated Sexual assault and Grooming

05/17    Officer Assisted Other Agency on Large Fire in Banner Marsh

05/18    Officer Assisted Other Agency with Crash

05/19    Officer Responded to verbal Domestic

05/19    Officer Assisted Peoria County on a Property Stand-bye

05/19    Officer Responded to a BLS Call

05/19    Officer Issued Ordinance Abatement

05/21    Officer Issued Ordinance Abatement

05/21    Officer Issued Ordinance Abatement

05/22    Officer had Motorist Assist

05/22    Officer Responded to Trouble with a Neighbor

05/22    Officer / Peoria County / FBI / Secret Service served search warrant on Sexual Predator residence

05/23    Officer Stood By for IB High School Graduation

05/26    Officer Investigated Drive Off (Retail Theft of Services) at Casey’s

06/01    Officer Investigated Possible DUI Route 24/Glasford Rd

06/01    Officer Responded to BLS Call

06/07    Officer Investigated Verbal Domestic

06/09    Officer Responded to BLS Call

06/09    Officer Responded to Verbal Domestic

06/11    Officer Investigated Reckless Driver Complaint

06/14    Officer Completed Golf Cart Inspection

 

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted. 

 

Supt. Brown informed Board of the costs to repair the white 2000 Dodge truck would be at least $2000.00.  Discussion followed.  Board determined the truck was not worth making repairs and Brown will be reimbursed for mileage for any driving done in his personal truck related to Village work. 

 

Supt. Brown informed the Board that Kevin Hess wanted to purchase the 2000 Dodge truck for $300.00.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to sell 2000 Dodge truck to Kevin Hess for $300.00.

 

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

 

Motion to permanently transfer $3500.00 to Police fund made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance 2018-03 Prevailing Wage Ordinance made by Kingsley, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass AMENDED Annual Appropriation Ord. 2018-04 for 5/1/18 to 4/30/19 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion for retention of Chris Beachler as Police Chief for 5.1.18 to 4.30.19 fiscal year made by Kingsley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to extend the dispatching agreement with Peoria County Sheriff’s Office from May 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  .  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to accept ACE Striping’s estimate for striping park basketball court and parking spaces at N. Oak and Main Streets for $680, made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to accept Tazewell Asphalt’s estimate to seal coat S. Walnut Street in the amount of $17,758.00 made by Kingsley, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 7:59pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to review executive session minutes made by Kingsley, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 8:04pm and resume regular board meeting made by Whaley, 2nd by Sheckler.  Roll call … Sheckler—AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to increase assistant clerk’s wage to $13/hour made by Whaley, 2nd by Kingsley.  Roll call … Sheckler—ABSTAINED; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  One abstain and three ayes, motion carried.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:10pm.

 

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

JULY 19, 2018

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Mayor Rudd, Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Kingsley, Michel, Pilgrim, Sheckler and Whaley.  Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Chief Beachler, Nate Barker, Regina French and Jackson Sheckler.  Supt. Keith Reimer was absent.

 

Reading of June 21, 2018 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler –AYE; Pilgrim –AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Regina French introduced herself to the Board as the sister of the owner of the building at 301 E. Main Street.  She asked the Board if it was allowed to have a booth set up outside of building during local events this upcoming summer.  Board informed her that it was allowed as long it was on her property.

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

Jun 17th – July 15th

06/20  Assist Other Agency – Fulton County Crash

06/21  Officer Responded to a Sick Cared For

06/21  Officer Responded to Telephone Threats

06/25  Officer Responded to Verbal Domestic

06/27  Officer Responded to Verbal Domestic

06/29  Officer Investigated Theft of Services

06/30  Officer Assisted Peoria County on Suicidal Subject

 

07/02  Officer Responded to Complaint about a neighbor’s Dog

07/09  Officer Responded to Sick Cared for

07/10  Officer Responded to Violation of Order of Protection

07/13  Officer Responded to a Home Invasion

07/15  Officer Responded to a Stand By on a Domestic Issue

 

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Brown informed Board of storm drain culvert that needs replaced at W. Main and S. Barron Streets.  Discussion followed.  Board informed Supt. Brown to begin the repair work as soon as possible.

 

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

 

Review of modified chicken ordinance.  Discussion followed.  Clerk Stetler to submit draft ordinance to attorneys to get a final draft for passage at a future board meeting.

 

Clerk informed Board that it would cost approximately $500 to get a DVR and 3 cameras spliced from the surveillance system to allow Clerk to have access to cameras.  Discussion followed.  Board approved.

 

Clerk informed Board that the cost of three (3) recycling containers would cost $2186.42.  Discussion followed.  Matter tabled until further information can be gathered on a recycling program.

 

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

 

Motion to pay Econo Signs invoice for street signs in the amount of $2882.90 out of Motor Fuel Funds made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler –AYE; Pilgrim –AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to enter executive session at 7:47pm pursuant to The Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120 (c)(3) to discuss employee matters made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to exit executive session at 8:00pm and resume regular board meeting made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler—AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Trustee Kingsley informed the Board that the Village’s part of the 2018 Sesquicentennial Heritage Days Carnival insurance would be approximately $750.00.  Discussion followed. 

 

Trustee Kingsley requested of the Board that the Village dump truck be used to haul garbage from the 2018 Sesquicentennial Heritage Days Carnival to county dump.  Discussion followed.  Village dump truck can be used to haul garbage related to carnival.

 

Trustee Kingsley presented to the Board that the 2018 Sesquicentennial Heritage Days Carnival was seeking sponsorship from the Village Board through a $50 donation and the Village of Glasford’s name would be put on a t-shirt.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed to $50 donation and t-shirt for Clerk.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:02pm.

 

 

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

AUGUST 16, 2018

 

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board of Glasford was convened at 7:00pm.  In attendance were Clerk Stetler, Trustees Allen, Kingsley, Michel, Pilgrim, Sheckler and Whaley.  Mayor Rudd was absent and Trustee Pilgrim was Mayor Pro-tem.  Also in attendance were Water/Sewer Supt. Brown; Streets/Maintenance Supt. Reimer; Chief Beachler, Officer Burgess, Bob Zessin, William Knott, Ryan Patterson, Sara Duffield, Holly Hinton, Don Cox, John Rudd, Harold Roberts and Alex Alvarado.

 

Reading of July 19, 2018 regular board meeting minutes.  Motion to accept the minutes made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler –AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Holly Hinton, Colonial Life Insurance Representative presented to the Board information regarding supplemental insurance.  Discussion followed.

 

Ryan Patterson asked Board how to remove an arrest record off his record when the charges were dismissed.  Discussion followed.  Board informed Patterson that he would have to request an expungement from a judge in order to get it removed from his record.

 

Bob Zessin and William Knott expressed their concerns regarding property located at 608 S. Glasford Road.  They stated that feral cats, raccoons, and skunks have been seen coming in and out of the back of the house.  Discussion followed.  Letter of violation has been sent to property owner, if no compliance, further legal steps will be taken in the matter.

 

John Rudd requested Board allow him to close off street during Heritage Days as in previous years.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed.

 

Mary Pilgrim requested of the Board that something be done about residents dispersing grass clippings onto the streets when mowing their yards.  Discussion followed.  Chief Beachler to review nuisance ordinance

 

POLICE report presented and accepted.

 

July 2018:

07/13      Officer Responded to Possible Home Invasion

07/15      Officer Responded to a Civil Domestic Stand-By

07/16      Officer Responded to Welfare check of Child

07/16      Officer Responded to Child Custody Dispute

07/16      Officer Responded to a Stand-By for an Order of Protection Service

07/16      Officer Responded to Semi in a Ditch

07/17      Officer Assisted Other Agency on a Domestic

07/19      Officer Responded to Possible Prowler

07/19      Officer Responded to Lost Dog Call

07/23      Officer Assisted Other Agency on Stolen Car – Suspect Drove to Glasford in Car

07/24      Officer Responded to Verbal Domestic

07/25      Officer Responded to Domestic/Trespasser

07/26      Officer Responded to Prowler Call

07/27      Officer Responded to Civil Domestic Disturbance

07/31      Officer Assisted Other Agency on a Civil Domestic

Aug. 2018:

08/02      Officer Responded to a Civil Domestic Stand-By

08/02      Officer Reported Power Outage in Glasford

08/03      Officer Responded to a Neighbor Dispute

08/03      Officer Responded to Civil Domestic Dispute

08/04      Officer Responded to Excessive Noise Coming from White Tails

08/08      Officer Responded to a Crash/Accident

08/08      Officer Responded to a Verbal Domestic

08/09      Officer Responded to a BLS call

08/09      Officer had Request from Citizen to See Video on Traffic Stop for Stop Sign Violation

08/10      Officer Assisted Other Agency on Brush Fire

08/10      Officer Responded to Motorist Assist Route 24

08/11      Officer Responded to Bat Removal (The Flying Kind)

 

 

Chief Beachler informed the Board that the IBCUSD will be conducting a disaster drill on September 14, 2018.  Discussion followed.

 

Chief Beachler requested to purchase another mobile radio for $1200.  Discussion followed.

 

 

Motion to purchase mobile radio for $1200 made by Whaley, 2nd by Michel.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler –AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

WATER/SEWER report presented and accepted.

 

Harold Roberts requested of the Board that when the IL American Water sale was finalized, that he be kept on as part-time worker for streets and maintenance.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed.

 

STREETS/MAINTENANCE report presented and accepted.

 

Supt. Reimer presented to Board that garage door opener needs to be replaced on maintenance shed.  Discussion followed.  Reimer to get more estimates and report back at September meeting.

 

TREASURER’S report presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Motion to pay 50% of insurance for 2018 Glasford Heritage Days Carnival in the amount of $447 through Scott & McCoy Agency made by Allen, 2nd by Whaley.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Sheckler –AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Motion to pass Ordinance No. 2018-05 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD TO SELL THE VILLAGE OF GLASFORD WATER SYSTEM AND SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM TO ILLINOIS AMERICAN WATER COMPANY made by Kingsley, 2nd by Allen.  Roll call … Allen – AYE; Pilgrim – AYE; Sheckler –AYE; Whaley—AYE; Michel—AYE; Kingsley—AYE.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

Review of modified chicken ordinance.  Discussion followed.  Clerk to inform attorney to get final draft for passage at next board meeting.

 

Clerk informed Board no success on getting companies to reply to recycling program costs from the area.

 

Trustee Kingsley requested on behalf of the 2018 Glasford Heritage Days Carnival Committee that the area on E. Second Street between N. Oak and S. Walnut Streets be closed during carnival for vendor area.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed.

 

Trustee Kingsley requested on behalf of the 2018 Glasford Heritage Days Carnival Committee that the Village donate one youth bicycle for the bicycle give-a-way at the carnival as in previous years.  Discussion followed.  Board agreed.

 

Sara Duffield representing Tigers Attic requested permission for a hayrack ride and pumpkin carving at Tigers Bluffs Park on October 20, 2018 and to block off street at the park during this time.  Discussion followed.  Permission granted.

 

Trustee Allen requested that John Wall be asked to attend next Board meeting to discuss the cabinet shop on his property located on E. Fourth Street.

 

Committee reports presented and accepted.

 

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

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:08pm.

 

 

 

______________________________                                                ________________________________

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


VILLAGE OF GLASFORD MINUTES

 

SEPTEMBER , 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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