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City Council Meeting Minutes — July 24, 2017

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY JULY 24, 2017 AT
6:00 P.M. IN THE BENTON MUNICIPAL BUILDING LOCATED AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BENTON,
ILLINOIS.

MAYOR KONDRITZ CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER. THOSE PRESENT WERE COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE JULY 10, 2017 PUBLIC HEARING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE ABSTAINED.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF JULY 10, 2017. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED JULY 17, 2017 BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, AND COMMISSIONER WYANT.
NAYS: 0. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE ABSTAINED.

COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT WE WOULD BE GOING OUT OF ORDER OF THE AGENDA. COMMISSIONER MILLER INTRODUCED DAVID GONCHER OF COLONIAL LIFE. MR. GONCHER GAVE A PRESENTATION REGARDING THE INSURANCE POLICIES AVAILABLE THROUGH COLONIAL LIFE. THE COUNCIL STATED THAT A DECISION ON WHETHER TO ALLOW COLONIAL LIFE TO OFFER THEIR PRODUCTS TO EMPLOYEES WITH THE CITY OF BENTON WOULD BE MADE AT A FUTURE MEETING.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION #17-09 ALLOWING A STREET CLOSURE FOR THE BENTON HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE 1 P.M. TO 2:45 P.M. ON SEPTEMBER 29, 2017. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT THE FIRST ROUND OF OIL AND CHIP HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND THAT THE SECOND ROUND WILL BE IN DONE IN AUGUST.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #000950 TO EMERGENCY REPORTING SYSTEMS INC. FOR THE ANNUAL NFIRS REPORTING SOFTWARE IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,188.00. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE ORDINANCE #17-11, EMERGENCY PERSONNEL AMBULANCE ORDINANCE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO TABLE THE APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY PERSONNEL MUTUAL AID AGREEMENTS. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE AGREEMENT WITH ACCUMED BILLING INC. CONCERNING MAINTAINING BILLS AND RECORDS FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PAYROLL FOR JULY 14, 2017 FOR THE GENERAL FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $62,465.09 AND WATER AND SEWER FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $27,136.06 FOR A TOTAL PAYROLL OF $89,602.04. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE POOL ADJUSTMENTS FOR SHANNON MELVIN OF 1608 NORTH MAIN STREET, FAITH MATZKER OF 805 EAST MAIN STREET, CANDACE PERKINS OF 510 MADISON STREET, NANCY LAMBERT OF 634 NORTH BUCHANAN, ROBERT NORRIS OF 305 NORTH WARD, AND AMY PRESUTTI OF 603 NORTH HICKMAN AS THEY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THE ORDINANCE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE A SEWER ADJUSTMENT FOR CLYDE STEWART OF 114 WEST FIFTH STREET AS IT MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THE ORDNANCE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE ORDINANCE #17-12 DISSOLVING THE YOUTH CENTER BOARD. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION #17-08 CLOSING THE YOUTH BOARD COMMUNITY CENTER FUND. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

UNDER PUBLIC AFFAIRS, MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT SPRAYING AND WEED EATING IS BEING COMPLETED ON SATURDAYS BY THE WORKERS IN THE STREET AND WATER DEPARTMENTS. MAYOR KONDRITZ THANKED THESE DEPARTMENTS.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT REPUBLIC SERVICES DONATES COMMUNITY SPONSORSHIP FUNDS TO THE CITY OF BENTON IN THE AMOUNT OF $4,000.00 EVERY YEAR. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO SEE THESE FUNDS USED TO PAY FOR THE LODGING AND FUEL FOR JOHN CERNEY TO INSTALL THE BEATLES ART INSTALLATION. COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO USE THE REPUBLIC SERVICES COMMUNITY SPONSORSHIP FUNDS TO PAY FOR THE LODGING AND FUEL OF ARTIST JOHN CERNEY. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

UNDER MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT THE COUNTY WAS CURRENTLY TAKING CARE OF THE WEEDS ON THEIR PROPERTY. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT HIS DEPARTMENT WOULD CONTINUE WEED EATING ON THE WEEKENDS.

UNDER OLD BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER MILLER THANKED PUBLIC INFORMATION COORDINATOR RACHEL GARTNER FOR HER HELP WITH THE RECYCLING EVENT.

IN MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE, KAREN MULLEN FROM THE BENTON WEST CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THANKED THE CITY COUNCIL FOR THEIR DONATION FOR THE FIREWORKS.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO ADJOURN. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE.
VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

6:45 P.M.

Agenda — August 14, 2017

AGENDA
BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY AUGUST 14, 2017
6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. READING AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

4. PUBLIC PROPERTY REPORT COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF PAY REQUEST FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

5. STREETS & IMPROVEMENTS COMMISSIONER WYANT
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS

6. PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY REPORT COMMISSIONER STOREY
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF REMOVING A PAID ON CALL FIREFIGHTER
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ADDING PAID ON CALL FIREFIGHTERS
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF NAMING AN ACTING FIRE CHIEF DURING CHIEF COCKRUM’S OFFICIAL TRAINING
E. UPDATE ON THE NEW FIRETRUCK
F. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF MUTUAL AID FOR THE AMBULANCE

7. ACCOUNTS & FINANCE REPORT COMMISSIONER MILLER
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS & MONTHLY BILLS
B. APPROVAL OF PAYROLL
C. APPROVAL OF SEWER ADJUSTMENTS
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ASBESTOS ANALYSIS AT 500 WEST MAIN
E. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF COLONIAL LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES

8. CITY ATTORNEY TOM MALKOVICH
A. UPDATES

9. PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPORT MAYOR KONDRITZ
A. UPDATES
B. FARM CITY DAYS PRESENTATION
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF CLOSING THE PUBLIC SQUARE FOR FALL FEST

10. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

13. MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE

14. EXECUTIVE SESSION
A. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE ACQUISITION AND/OR SALE OF REAL ESTATE
B. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE AND/OR PENDING LITIGATIONS
C. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE APPOINTMENT, EMPLOYMENT, COMPENSATION,
DISCIPLINE, PERFORMANCE, OR DISMISSAL OF SPECIFIC EMPLOYEES OF THE
PUBLIC BODY OR LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY, INCLUDING HEARING
TESTIMONY ON A COMPLAINT LODGED AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE OF THE PUBLIC
BODY OR AGAINST LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY TO DETERMINE ITS
VALIDITY.

ADJOURNMENT POSTED 08/10/17 AT 2:00 P.M./BC

City Council Meeting — July 10, 2017

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY JULY 10, 2017 AT
6:00 P.M. IN THE BENTON MUNICIPAL BUILDING LOCATED AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BENTON,
ILLINOIS.

IN THE ABSENCE OF MAYOR KONDRITZ, ACTING MAYOR, COMMISSIONER MILLER CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER. THOSE PRESENT WERE COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE JUNE 26, 2017 REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED JULY 5, 2017 BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 3. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, AND COMMISSIONER WYANT.
NAYS: 0. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE ABSTAINED.

COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT WE WOULD BE GOING OUT OF ORDER OF THE AGENDA. COMMISSIONER MILLER INTRODUCED POLICE CHIEF KYLE MELVIN. CHIEF MELVIN INTRODUCED OFFICER MARK WILKEY AND K9 OFFICER, RANGER. CHIEF MELVIN STATED THAT RANGER WAS BORN IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, SENT TO GERMANY, AND WAS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF BENTON IN INDIANA. CHIEF MELVIN STATED THAT RANGER WILL BE USED FOR TRACKING SUSPECTS AS WELL AS MISSING OR ENDANGERED ELDERLY AND CHILDREN. OFFICER WILKEY STATED THAT HE AND RANGER COMPLETED A 400 HOUR TRAINING ACADAMY.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE A CHANGE ORDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $59,709.50. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PAY REQUEST #6 TO RIVER CITY CONSTRUCTION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $621,573.30. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE ASKED THE SEALED BIDS FOR FOUR (4) HOUSE DEMOLITIONS BE OPENED AND READ ALOUD. TERRA PRO EXCAVATING BID $21,500.00; WIGGS EXCAVATING BID $21,425.00; ROADWORKS BID $22,951.33; SCHAFER EXCAVATING BID $31,300.00 OR $34,900.00 IF THE CITY WISHED A GARAGE BE DEMOLISHED IN ADDITION; TERRY BAKER EXCAVATING BID $21,240.00; JOPLIN SALVAGE BID $19,250.00; FREEMAN ENVIRONMENTAL BID $13,890.00; AND AP EXCAVATING BID $27,219.00. LOW BID WAS RECEIVED BY FREEMAN ENVIRONMENTAL. COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO ALLOW ZONING ADMINISTRATOR DAVID GARAVALIA AND CITY CLERK BROOK CRAIG TO PROCEED WITH DEMOLITION OF THESE FOUR (4) HOUSES AFTER VERIFYING ALL INFORMATION NEEDED TO PROCEED. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE VACATION OF AN ALLEY IN MCCREERY AND STAMPER’S ADDITION AND THE VACATION OF AN UNNAMED STREET. PUBLIC HEARING WAS HELD BEFORE THE COUNCIL MEETING WITH NO COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION #17-07 ALLOWING STREET CLOSURE FOR THE ANNUAL CHAMBER CAR SHOW FROM 4 P.M. TO 9 P.M. ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2017. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO TABLE APPROVAL OF THE AMBULANCE ORDINANCE UNTIL ALL QUESTIONS FROM THE COUNCIL REGARDING THIS ORDINANCE COULD BE ANSWERED . SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE TEMPORARY FULL-TIME APPOINTMENT OF JEREMY YOUNG TO THE POSITION OF POLICE DEPARTMENT. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE MONTHLY BILLS IN THE AMOUNT OF $550,915.01. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PAYROLL FOR JUNE 30, 2017 FROM THE
GENERAL FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $63,262.11 AND WATER AND SEWER IN THE AMOUNT OF
$30,669.25 FOR A TOTAL PAYROLL OF $94,295.36. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE A SEWER ADJUSTMENT FOR STEVE VOLINI OF 503 SOUTH MAIN AS IT MEETS THE CRITERIA SET FORTH IN THE ORDINANCE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE SWIMMING POOL ADJUSTMENTS FOR DARRYL LYNCH OF 420 STONE BROOK DRIVE, MONIKA HUMBRECHT OF 511 WEST SIXTH STREET, ROBIN FOSTER OF 210 COLLEGE STREET, MARY WYANT OF 412 SOUTH STOTLAR, VAN SYNDER OF 714 BEATRICE, JACK THOMAS OF 603 EAST WEBSTER, RACHEL EASTON OF 1006 SOUTH COMMERCIAL, DAMIAN DAWSON OF 1205 WHISPER WAY, TRACY AND DANIEL BONSACK OF 304 NORTH EIGHTH, AND MELINDA THOMAS OF 600 WEST SIXTH STREET AS THEY MEET THE CRITERIA SET FORTH IN THE ORDINANCE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE THE COUNCIL TO THINK ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF GETTING AN ESTIMATE FOR DEMOLITION OF 500 WEST MAIN STREET. THIS ESTIMATE WOULD BE USEFUL IN LETTING POTENTIAL BUYERS KNOW THE COSTS OF DEMOLITION IF THEY WERE TO CHOOSE TO MOVE FORWARD WITH IT.

COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT MIDWEST COMPUTER RECYCLING, INC. HAD BEEN IN CONTACT WITH THE CITY. THEY HAVE ASKED THAT THE CITY SPONSOR A COMPUTER/ELECTRONIC RECYCLING EVENT. THIS EVENT WOULD BE FREE TO THE CITIZENS AND THE CITY. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO SPONSOR A COMPUTER/ELECTRONIC RECYCLING EVENT. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

ATTORNEY MALKOVICH STATED THAT THE COUNCIL WILL NEED TO DISCUSS PAYING FOR FUEL AND LODGING EXPENSES FOR JOHN CERNEY UNDER OLD BUSINESS. JOHN CERNEY, AN ARTIST FROM CALIFORNIA, HAD BEEN IN CONTACT WITH THE CITY OF BENTON REGARDING AN ART INSTALLATION HE WOULD LIKE TO DONATE. MR. CERNEY’ S INSTALLATION IS WORTH APPROXIMATELY $20,000.00 AND THE ONLY THING HE IS REQUESTING IN RETURN WOULD BE HIS TRAVEL EXPENSES.

NO MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS.

UNDER OLD BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT HE DID NOT FEEL THE CITY NEEDED TO ACCEPT THIS ART INSTALLATION OR PAY FOR THE EXPENSES OF MR. CERNEY. COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO NOT MOVE FORWARD WITH THE INSTALLATION BY MR. CERNEY. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 1. COMMISSIONER MILLER.

NO NEW BUSINESS.

NO MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO ADJOURN. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY.
VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER
WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

6:35 P.M.

Special Meeting — July 17, 2017

MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY, JULY 17,
2017 AT 8:30 A.M. IN THE BENTON MUNICIPAL BUILDING LOCATED AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BENTON, ILLINOIS. MAYOR KONDRITZ CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER. THOSE PRESENT WERE COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE WAS ABSENT.

ATTORNEY MALKOVICH STATED THAT HE HAD SPOKEN WITH COMMISSIONER STOREY AND FIRE CHIEF SHANE COCKRUM REGARDING QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE AMBULANCE ORDINANCE. COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT HE ALSO HAD QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS PROPOSED ORDINANCE. COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE BOUNDARIES TO BE SET REGARDING THE AMBULANCE SERVICE. COMMISSIONER MILLER ALSO STATED THAT HE HAD QUESTIONS REGARDING BILLING AND RECORDS KEEPING. CHIEF COCKRUM STATED THAT BILLING WILL BE DONE BY A THIRD PARTY COMPANY, ACCUMED BILLING INC., AND RECORDS WILL BE KEPT BY THE BILLING COMPANY. CHIEF COCKRUM ALSO STATED THAT A COPY OF THE MEDICAL RECORDS WILL BE KEPT AT THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND A COPY OF THE BILLINGS WILL BE KEPT BY THE CITY TREASURER, LISA MENO. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT HE BELIEVED THE COUNCIL SHOULD HAVE CONTROL OF THE AMBULANCE SERVICE AND STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE “BOUNDARIES” BE DEFINED.

DISCUSSION WAS HELD REGARDING MUTUAL AID. CHIEF COCKRUM STATED THAT MUTUAL AID IS NOT REQUIRED; HOWEVER, TO BE A PART OF THE REGION 5 EMS, ALL PARTIES INVOLVED MUST BELONG TO AND THEREFORE AGREE TO MUTUAL AID WITH THOSE COMMUNITIES.

COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE “BOUNDARIES” TO BE ADDRESSED IN THE ORDINANCE AND FOR BACKGROUND CHECKS AND DRUG SCREENINGS TO BE DONE ON ALL PERSONNEL TO BE OPERATING THE AMBULANCE. COMMISSIONER WYANT SAID HE AGREED WITH THIS.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO TABLE THE APPROVAL OF THE AMBULANCE ORDINANCE UNTIL ALL CHANGES COULD BE MADE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 3. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, AND COMMISSIONER WYANT. NAYS: 1. MAYOR KONDRITZ.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO ADJOURN. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.
9:15 A.M.

Public Hearing — July 10, 2017

MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR VACATING AN ALLEY IN MCCREERY AND STAMPER’S ADDITION AND VACATING AN UNNAMED STREET WAS HELD MONDAY JULY 10, 2017 AT 5:45 P.M. IN THE BENTON MUNICIPAL BUILDING LOCATED AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BENTON, ILLINOIS.

COMMISSIONER MILLER CALLED THE PUBLIC HEARING TO ORDER. THOSE PRESENT WERE COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE.

NO COMMENTS WERE HEARD FROM THE AUDIENCE.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISISONER STOREY, COMMISIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 0.

5:55 P.M.

8/2/17 Boil Water Order LIFTED

*Boil Water Order LIFTED*
     It is no longer necessary for customers to boil your water along the area at the 500 and 600 blocks of West Main Street, as well as West Church Street and West Webster Street area.
     A water main break occurred on Wednesday evening of last week on the corner of West Church and South Pope. The repairs are complete and the necessary flushing and purification verification steps have been completed. Water samples have been confirmed to be free of any coliform bacteria by a certified lab. You may return to normal use of your water service.
     If you have any questions, please call us at the Benton City Water Department at 439-6131. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    – Craig Miles
      Water Superintendent
      City of Benton

Agenda — City Council Meeting July 24, 2017

AGENDA
BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY JULY 24, 2017
6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. READING AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

4. PUBLIC PROPERTY REPORT COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS

5. STREETS & IMPROVEMENTS COMMISSIONER WYANT
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION CLOSING STREETS FOR HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES

6. PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY REPORT COMMISSIONER STOREY
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY PERSONNEL AMBULANCE ORDINANCE
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF EMERGENCY PERSONNEL MUTUAL AID AGREEMENTS
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT WITH ACCUMED BILLING INC. CONCERNING MAINTAINING BILLS AND RECORDS FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE

7. ACCOUNTS & FINANCE REPORT COMMISSIONER MILLER
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS & MONTHLY BILLS
B. APPROVAL OF PAYROLL
C. APPROVAL OF SEWER ADJUSTMENTS
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ORDINANCE DISSOLVING THE YOUTH CENTER BOARD
E. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION CLOSING THE YOUTH BOARD COMMUNITY CENTER FUND
F. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF PRESENTATION FROM COLONIAL LIFE REPRESENTATIVE

8. CITY ATTORNEY TOM MALKOVICH
A. UPDATES

9. PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPORT MAYOR KONDRITZ
A. UPDATES
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF SPENDING REPUBLIC SERVICES COMMUNITY SPONSORSHIP FUNDS

10. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

13. MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE

14. EXECUTIVE SESSION
A. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE ACQUISITION AND/OR SALE OF REAL ESTATE
B. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE AND/OR PENDING LITIGATIONS
C. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE APPOINTMENT, EMPLOYMENT, COMPENSATION,
DISCIPLINE, PERFORMANCE, OR DISMISSAL OF SPECIFIC EMPLOYEES OF THE
PUBLIC BODY OR LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY, INCLUDING HEARING
TESTIMONY ON A COMPLAINT LODGED AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE OF THE PUBLIC
BODY OR AGAINST LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY TO DETERMINE ITS
VALIDITY.

ADJOURNMENT POSTED 07/20/17 AT 2:00 P.M./BC

Council Meeting Minutes — June 12, 2017

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY JUNE 12, 2017 AT
6:00 P.M. IN THE BENTON MUNICIPAL BUILDING LOCATED AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BENTON,
ILLINOIS.

MAYOR KONDRITZ CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER. THOSE PRESENT WERE COMMISSIONER MILLER,
COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR
KONDRITZ.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE MAY 22, 2017 REGULAR
BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4.
COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ.
NAYS: 0. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE ABSTAINED.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE APPLICATION #5 FOR PAYMENT OF THE
WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT CONSTRUCTION. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS
TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT,
COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THE 2017 MFT BID FROM ILLINI ASPHALT IN THE
AMOUNT OF $69,794.60. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4.
COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ.
NAYS: 0. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE ABSTAINED.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO PREPARE AN ORDINANCE CHANGING THE TWO-WAY
STOP TO A FOUR-WAY STOP ON EIGHTH STREET AND RUTH STREET. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER
BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY,
COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #000948 TO ACE
HARDWARE FOR 117 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,987.83. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER
MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY,
COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #000949 TO THE
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FOR IFSI BASIC FIRE ACADEMY FOR DYLAN DEFOREST IN THE AMOUNT OF
$2,591.00. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER,
COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR
KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE BILLS IN THE AMOUNT OF $233,668.72.
SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER,
COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR
KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PAYROLL FOR JUNE 2, 2017 FROM THE
GENERAL FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $60,832.87 AND WATER AND SEWER IN THE AMOUNT OF
$28,001.11 FOR A TOTAL PAYROLL OF $88,833.98. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS
TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT,, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE SEWER ADJUSTMENTS FOR VAN SNYDER OF 714
BEATRICE, KATHRYN DWYER OF 425 WEST FIFTH, NICOLE MCGUIRE OF 606 SOUTH FIRST, AND MINNIE
IRVIN OF 302 SOUTH STOTLAR AS THEY MEET THE CRITERIA SET FORTH IN THE ORDINANCE. SECOND BY
COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER
STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE SWIMMING POOL ADJUSTMENTS FOR TIFFANY
REIDELBERGER OF 205 ELECTION, ALICE WRIGHT OF 405 NORTH BUCHANAN, JOE RIZOR OF 1105 SOUTH
POPE, RODNEY BURNETT OF 1207 SOUTH POPE, JOHN WINSTEAD OF 806 NORTH MAIN, RONALD
OZBOURN OF 715 SHERIDAN DRIVE, DAVID HURLEY OF 306 EAST BOND, KATHLEEN ROSE OF 510
GRAND, JEFF WHITLOW OF 914 JOPLIN, TROY KNIGHT OF 806 NORTH MCLEANSBORO, RICK SEDDON OF
600 SOUTH MCLEANSBORO, AND JAMES BATTS OF 707 LICKLITER AS THEY MEET THE CRITERIA SET
FORTH IN THE ORDINANCE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5.
COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER
BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT THE FRANKLIN HOSPITAL HAD RECENTLY UNDERGONE A BOMB
THREAT. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO APPLAUD THE FIRST RESPONDERS FOR
THEIR EFFORTS DURING THIS TIME. HE STATED HE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK THE CATHOLIC
CHURCH FOR OPENING THEIR GYMNASIUM TO THE RESIDENTS OF HELIA HEALTHCARE DURING THIS
THREAT.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD HAD PRESENTED A
RECOMMENDATION TO ACCEPT THE SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR JOSHUA AND BRITTENY CROSS TO OWN
AND OCCUPY A 2017 CHAMPION 32’ X 76’ MANUFACTURED HOME TO BE LOCATED AT 1000 WILSON
STREET. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE CROSS SPECIAL USE PERMIT.
SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER,
COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR
KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD HAD PRESENTED A
RECOMMENDATION TO ACCEPT THE SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR LESLIE AND ZELLA RONE TO OWN AND
OCCUPY A 1998 SOUTHERN 16’ X 80’ MOBILE HOME TO BE LOCATED AT 502 EAST WEBSTER STREET.
COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE RONE SPECIAL USE PERMIT. SECOND
BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER
STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

NO MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS.

UNDER OLD BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT THE CITY AUCTION WILL BE HELD ON JULY
1, 2017 BEGINNING AT 10 A.M. THE AUCTION WILL TAKE PLACE AT 500 WEST MAIN STREET IN BENTON,
ILLINOIS.

IN MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE, JULIE PAYNE HUBLER QUESTIONED RETIREMENT OF
“RANGER”, THE CITY’S K9 DOG. CHIEF KYLE MELVIN STATED THAT AT THE TIME OF RANGER’S
RETIREMENT, THE TRAINING OFFICER WILL BE GIVEN FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO KEEP THE ANIMAL. MS.
HUBLER STATED THAT THE CITY IS DOING A GOOD JOB WITH THE DEMOLITION OF HOMES. ROCKY
MORRIS STATED THAT HE HAS SOME QUESTIONS REGARDING TIF DISTRICTS IN THE CITY OF BENTON.
ATTORNEY MALKOVICH STATED THAT IF MR. MORRIS WOULD LIKE TO COME IN AND MEET WITH THE
CITY, THE INFORMATION HE IS REQUESTING COULD BE GIVEN.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO ADJOURN. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT.
VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER
WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

6:30 P.M.

Special Meeting — May 25, 2017

MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD THURSDAY MAY 25, 2017 AT 8:30 A.M. IN THE BENTON MUNICIPAL BUILDING LOCATED AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN STREET, BENTON, ILLINOIS.

MAYOR KONDRITZ CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER. THOSE PRESENT WERE COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE WAS ABSENT.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE HAD RECEIVED A LETTER OF RESIGNATION FROM DARYL ICE FOR THE AIRPORT BOARD. COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THIS RESIGNATION. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO APPOINT MARK GILULA TO THE AIRPORT BOARD. COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THE APPOINTMENT OF MARK GILULA TO THE AIRPORT BOARD. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO ADJOURN. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

8:45 A.M.

Agenda — July 10, 2017

AGENDA
BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY JULY 10, 2017
6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. READING AND APPROVAL OF MINUTES

4. PUBLIC PROPERTY REPORT COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ACCEPTING BIDS OF HOUSE DEMOLITIONS

5. STREETS & IMPROVEMENTS COMMISSIONER WYANT
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ALLEY VACATION
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF STREET VACATION
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF STREET CLOSURE FOR ANNUAL CHAMBER CAR SHOW

6. PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY REPORT COMMISSIONER STOREY
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF AMBULANCE ORDINANCE
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF TEMPORARY FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICER APPOINTMENT

7. ACCOUNTS & FINANCE REPORT COMMISSIONER MILLER
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS & MONTHLY BILLS
B. APPROVAL OF PAYROLL
C. APPROVAL OF SEWER ADJUSTMENTS
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL TO OBTAIN A DEMOLITION ESTIMATE FOR 500 WEST MAIN STREET
E. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF COMPUTER /ELECTRONIC RECYCLING EVENT
F. AIRPORT BOARD REPORT

8. CITY ATTORNEY TOM MALKOVICH
A. UPDATES

9. PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPORT MAYOR KONDRITZ
A. UPDATES

10. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

11. OLD BUSINESS

12. NEW BUSINESS

13. MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE

14. EXECUTIVE SESSION
A. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE ACQUISITION AND/OR SALE OF REAL ESTATE
B. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE AND/OR PENDING LITIGATIONS
C. DISCUSSION OF POSSIBLE APPOINTMENT, EMPLOYMENT, COMPENSATION,
DISCIPLINE, PERFORMANCE, OR DISMISSAL OF SPECIFIC EMPLOYEES OF THE
PUBLIC BODY OR LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY, INCLUDING HEARING
TESTIMONY ON A COMPLAINT LODGED AGAINST AN EMPLOYEE OF THE PUBLIC
BODY OR AGAINST LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE PUBLIC BODY TO DETERMINE ITS VALIDITY.

ADJOURNMENT POSTED 07/06/17 AT 2:00 P.M./BC