June 16, 2016 — Regular Meeting

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REGULAR MEETING

June 16, 2016

Village of Moweaqua

6:30

AGENDA

Call to Order

Pledge to the Flag

Roll Call

Approval of May Regular Meeting Minutes

Approval of Bills to be Paid in June

Approval of Treasurer’s Report

Committee Reports

Attorney’s Report

Mayor’s Report

NEW BUSINESS

  1. Approval of Ordinance #2016-6 Amending Employee Health Insurance Ordinance #2015-2 – Liz Nohren
  2. Approval of Prevailing Wage Ordinance #2016-7 – Liz Nohren
  3. Approval of Façade Grant Program – Liz Nohren
  4. Discussion Regarding and Review of 2016-2017 Fiscal Year Budget – Liz Nohren
  5. Approval of MFT Bids – Steve Bainbridge
  6. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Alcohol Sales at Moweaqua Golf Course – Mayor Rout
  7. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Usage of TIF Funds towards New Water Plant Project – Mayor Ruot
  8. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding the Purchase of Downtown Parking Lot – Steve Ruot
  9. Discussion Regarding and Approval of Additional Funding to Village Hall CD – Mike Reschke
  10. Approval to Purchase Stalker Radar – Boomer Neece
  11. Approval of Training Facility – Boomer Neece
  12. Approval to Hire Part Time Officer – Boomer Neece
  13. Approval of Deputies Wages – Boomer Neece

OLD BUSINESS

Adjourn


The Regular Meeting of the Moweaqua Village Council was called to order by Mayor Ruot leading in the Pledge to the Flag. Roll Call was answered by Boomer Neece, Don Henry, Marcia Maynard, Joann Lower, Mike Reschke and Shawn Conlin. Employees present were Louis Jordan, Ramiro Estrada, Chad Lamb, Lola Allen and Attorney for the Village, Liz Nohren was also present. Others present included Steve Bainbridge, Barb Zindel, Sandy Henderson, Leigh Postin and Dalton Sharp.

Neece made the motion to approve the May Regular Meeting Minutes, Reschke seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Neece made the motion to approve the Bills to be Paid in June with additions and corrections, Henry seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Lower and Conlin. Abstain: Maynard and Reschke. No: None

Neece made the motion to approve the Treasurer’s Report, Lower seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

In New Business Attorney Nohren presented Employee Health Insurance Ordinance #2016-6 for approval. Ordinance #2016-6 amends Ordinance #2015-2 and states that the Village will pay the full premium amount for full time employees. Neece made the motion to approve Employee Health Insurance Ordinance #2016-6, Conlin seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Attorney Nohren presented Prevailing Wage Ordinance #2016-7. Maynard made the motion to approve Prevailing Wage Ordinance #2016-7, Neece seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Attorney Nohren presented the updated Façade Improvement Grant Program for approval. Lower made the motion to approve the Façade Improvement Grant Program, Conlin seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Attorney Nohren presented a copy of the 2016-2017 Fiscal Year Budget Appropriations Ordinance. Nohren stated that it will be on file with the Clerk for 30 days for public review and then placed on the Agenda to be approved at the July Regular Meeting.

Village Engineer Steve Bainbridge was in attendance to present the 2016 MFT Bids for the repair of Streets and Alleys. Two bids were received for furnishing materials and seal coating. Earl Walker Co. was the lowest bidder at $28,243.25. Burgener Trucking was the only bid submitted for hauling materials. Burgener bid $10,201.00 for hauling. Neece made the motion to approve the MFT bid of $28,243.25 from Earl Walker Co. for furnishing materials and seal coating, and also the bid of $10,201.00 from Burgener Trucking for hauling materials, Lower seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Mayor Ruot requested discussion regarding the purchase of a downtown parking lot. After discussion Lower made the motion to approve offering $12,000.00 for the parking lot located on the corner of Old Highway 51 and Madison Street, Conlin seconded. Council voting Yes: Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: Neece.

Mike Reschke requested approval to add funds to the existing Village Hall CD. After discussion Neece made the motion to approve adding $25,000.00 to the Village Hall CD, Reschke seconded. Council voting Yes:Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Chairman of the Police Committee Boomer Neece requested approval to purchase a Stalker Traffic Data Collector. The Stalker Radar will be used to monitor traffic and can be moved to different sites as the Police Department determines necessary. Estimated cost of the unit from Radar Man Inc. is $3,035.00. Lower made the motion to approve purchasing a Stalker Traffic Data Collector from Radar Man for $3,035.00, Neece seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Neece requested approval to hire Austin Cheffin as a Part Time Police Officer at a rate of $16.00 per hour. Neece explained that the Committee has met and discussed Cheffin’s qualifications and all agree Cheffin will be an asset to the Department. Neece made the motion to approve hiring Austin Cheffin as a Part Time Police Officer at a rate of $16.00 per hour, Henry seconded. Council voting yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Neece stated that the Police Committee has discussed wages for the Part Time Shelby County Deputies and agree that the wage should be increased to $21.63 per hour. Neece made the motion to increase wages to $21.63 per hour for Part Time Shelby County Deputies, Lower seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.

Mayor Ruot requested a motion to adjourn if there was no further business to come before Council. Neece made the motion to adjourn, Conlin seconded. Council voting Yes: Neece, Henry, Maynard, Lower, Reschke and Conlin. No: None.