March 9, 2021

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REGULAR MEETING

March 9, 2021

6:30 P.M.

Call to Order

Pledge to the Flag

Roll Call

CONSENT AGENDA

            Approval of February Regular Meeting Minutes

            Approval of Bills to be Paid in March

            Approval of Treasurer’s Report

Committee Reports

Attorney’s Report

Mayor’s Report

Public Comment

NEW BUSINESS 

  1. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding 2021 MFT Budget Program – Matt Foster
  2. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Updated Zoning Map Ordinance #2021-04 – Mayor Neece
  3. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Engineering and Repair of Sidewalks and Streets in the 100 Blocks of North, South, East and West Main Streets – Mayor Neece
  4. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding the Purchase of a Tree Park Bench and Trash Cans – Mayor Neece
  5. Discussion and Possible Action Regarding West Main Watermain Extension – Ramiro Estrada

Executive Session – Mayor Neece

(a) Regarding the Appointment, Employment, Compensation, Discipline, Performance or Dismissal of a Specific Employee

(b) Pending Litigation

(c) Real Estate.

                                                          Adjourn

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REGULAR MEETING

March 9, 2021

     The Regular Meeting of the Moweaqua Village Council was called to order by Mayor Neece leading in the Pledge to the Flag.  Roll Call was answered by Kenny Long, Dana Fore, Shawn Conlin, Malone, Whitney and Hayes.  Employees present were Chief McReynolds, Brad Sams, Beth Hawn, Mischelle Davis and Attorney for the Village, Scott Garwood was also present.  Others present included Marissa Hogge, Matt Foster, Mark Traughber and Brad Metzger.

     Conlin made the motion to approve the Consent Agenda with additions and corrections including the February Regular Meeting Minutes, Bills to be Paid in April and Treasurer’s Report, Whitney seconded.  Council voting Yes:  Long, Fore, Conlin, Malone, Whitney and Hayes.  No:  None.

     Village Engineer, Matt Foster presented the 2021 MFT Resolution for Maintenance of Streets and Alleys.  Foster explained that $150,000.00 of Motor Fuel Tax funds have been appropriated for the purpose of maintaining Village of Moweaqua streets and highways in 2021.  Whitney made the motion to approve the 2021 MFT Resolution for maintenance of Streets and Alleys, Malone seconded.  Council voting Yes:  Long, Fore, Conlin, Malone, Whitney and Hayes.  No:  None.

     Mayor Neece presented Zoning Map Ordinance #2021-04.  State Statute requires updating of the map to clearly show the existing zoning uses, divisions, restrictions, regulations and classification changes by March 31st of each year.  A Zoning Hearing was held on March 8, 2021 to discuss and approve the updated map before being presented to Village Council.  All Zoning members voted in favor of the revisions.  Conlin made the motion to approve Zoning Map Ordinance #2021-04, Hayes seconded.  Council voting Yes:  Long, Fore, Conlin, Malone, Whitney and Hayes.  No:  None.

     Street and Alley Superintendent Brad Sams presented a quote of $1,250.00 from Bear Creek Creations for a glider seat which will be placed under the small pavilion at the Memorial Tree Park.  The map that was once located under the pavilion will eventually be replaced by an online version that can be accessed via the Village website.  A quote of $1,230.00 was also received from Doty and Sons Concrete for two exposed aggregate trash receptacles which will also be placed in the Memorial Tree Park.  After discussion Fore made the motion to purchase a glider from Bear Creek Creations for $1,250.00 to be paid for with Memorial Park funds and two trash cans from Doty & Sons Concrete for $1,230.00 to be paid for with General Fund Street Services funds, Whitney seconded.  Council voting Yes:  Long, Fore, Conlin, Malone, Whitney and Hayes.  No:  None.

     Mayor Neece requested a motion to adjourn if there was no further business to come before Council.  Fore made the motion to adjourn, Whitney seconded.  Council voting Yes:  Long, Fore, Conlin, Malone, Whitney and Hayes.