April 28, 2004 — Year End Annual Meeting

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REGULAR YEAR END ANNUAL MEETING

April 28, 2004

Moweaqua Village Hall

7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

Call to Order

Pledge to the Flag

Roll Call

Approval of Bills to be Paid

Old Business

Mayors Report

Committee Reports

Council Comments

Public Participation

Adjourn


The Year End Annual Meeting of the Moweaqua Village Council was called to order by Mayor Lowe leading in the Pledge to the Flag. Roll Call was answered by Mike Tolly, Mark Thomas, Steve Ruot, Jim Mahone and Louise Weakly. Jon King was absent.

Tolly made the motion to approve the Year End Bills to be Paid, Weakly seconded. Council voting Yes: Tolly, Thomas, Ruot, Mahone and Weakly. No: None.

Mayor Lowe thanked council for giving her the opportunity to complete Mayor Dowds term. Mayor Lowe reports that the new nine holes at the golf course, which was Mayor Dowds special interest, is now complete and there will be a bench placed at the practice tee as a memorial to him. Mayor Lowe reports she is still in the process of obtaining signs on the Highway 51 bypass. Mayor Lowe thanked the Village of Moweaqua employees for doing such a good job and expressed her appreciation for all they do.

Street and Alley Committee Chairman Louise Weakly reports that new sidewalks are coming soon and that the Highway 51 bypass lighting project is now complete.

Chief Smith submitted a computer generated report of arrests and department activity for the year which is on file with the Clerk.

Personnel Committee Chairman Jim Mahone made the motion to accept the Personnel Committees recommendation for employee pay raises, Weakly seconded. Council voting Yes: Tolly, Thomas, Ruot, Mahone and Weakly. No: None.

Water and Sewer Superintendent Louis Jordan reports meeting with Jack Stewart to work on getting an Engineer Design Grant for a new water plant.

After discussion Tolly made the motion to accept the 2004-2005 budget, Ruot seconded. Council voting Yes: Tolly, Thomas, Ruot, Mahone and Weakly. No: None.

Ruot made the motion to adjourn, Mahone seconded.