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Council Meeting Agenda — June 26, 2017

AGENDA
BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY JUNE 26, 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 LAKE LOT LEASE TRANSFER
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF DONATION OF LOTS TO THE CITY OF BENTON

5. STREETS & IMPROVEMENTS COMMISSIONER WYANT
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ORDINANCE FOR FOUR WAY STOP SIGN AT INTERSECTION OF EIGHTH STREET AND RUTH STREET

6. PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY REPORT COMMISSIONER STOREY
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF AMBULANCE ORDINANCE
C. DISCUSSION OF LOITERING AND LITTERING ISSUES IN PUBLIC PARKING LOT AREAS

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 PREVAILING WAGE ORDINANCE
E. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ORDINANCE ELIMINATING THE YOUTH BOARD
F. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION FOR IMRF
G. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ORDINANCE TRANSFERRING FUNDS FOR YOUTH BOARD
H. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ATTENDANCE AT THE ANNUAL IML CONFERENCE
I. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF ATTENDANCE AT THE ANNUAL TIF CONFERENCE

8. CITY ATTORNEY TOM MALKOVICH
A. UPDATES

9. PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPORT MAYOR KONDRITZ
A. UPDATES
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF SIX MONTH PROPERTY LEASE WITH MEYERS COMPANY
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF JOHN CERNEY ART INSTALLATION
D. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE FRANKLIN COUNTY MULTI-HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN

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 06/22/17 AT 3:00 P.M./BC

Council Meeting Minutes — May 22, 2017

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY MAY 22, 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, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE WAS ABSENT.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE MAY 8, 2017 REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

IN THE ABSENCE OF COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #001752 TO ALAN ENVIRONMENTAL FOR 5 GALLONS OF GREASE GOBLIN IN THE AMOUNT OF $845.00. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT PRESENTED APPLICATION #4 FOR PAYMENT OF THE WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT CONSTRUCTION. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THIS APPLICATION. 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 ACCEPT THE CONCRETE SECTION OF BLUE RIDGE DRIVE AS A PART OF THE CITY ROADWAY SYSTEM. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT ASKED RODNEY POTTS TO UPDATE THE COUNCIL ON THE WASTENA STREET PROJECT. MR. POTTS STATED THAT IDOT STATED WE WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR RECEIVING FUNDING FOR THIS PROJECT, BUT THAT THERE IS NO TIMETABLE.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #001979 TO STOTLARS FOR MATERIAL FOR FENCING IN THE CONCRETE PAD AT THE NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $957.77. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #001980 TO MORROW BROTHERS FOR TWO (2) 2017 FORD EXPLORERS IN THE AMOUNT OF $55,500.00. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER INTRODUCED MICHAEL WYANT. MR. WYANT IS THE CHAIRMAN OF THE AIRPORT BOARD AND HE PRESENTED A YEARLY REPORT. MR. WYANT STATED THAT THE AIRPORT HAD TOTAL EXPENSES OF $28,354.86 AND HAD A YEAR END FUND BALANCE OF $299,647.06.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #001045 TO JAY CHAMPLEY FOR LIGHTING REPAIRS AND UPGRADES THROUGH CITY HALL IN THE AMOUNT OF $6,525.00. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PAYROLL FOR MAY 19, 2017 FROM THE GENERAL FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $75,6998.24, WATER AND SEWER IN THE AMOUNT OF $32,999.28, AND AIRPORT CARETAKER IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,100.00 FOR A TOTAL PAYROLL OF $109,797.52. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE SEWER ADJUSTMENTS FOR BRENDA PAULY OF 910 GLENDALE STREET, PATSY SCHWIER OF 304 BOLING, AND J.D. CARNEY OF 709 GRAND STREET AS THEY MEET THE CRITERIA SET FORTH IN THE ORDINANCE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE SWIMMING POOL ADJUSTMENTS FOR RAYNEE GOFFINET OF 507 WEST REED, MELINDA DOTY OF 719 BURKETT, PAIGE RIECHMAN OF 211 NORTH MAPLE, AND MARK MORMINO OF 506 WEST FIFTH 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 MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION #17-3 AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF SURPLUS REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE CITY SUBJECT TO THE ADDITION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY FROM THE AIRPORT AND HEATING UNITS FROM THE LOG CABIN. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

ATTORNEY MALKOVICH STATED THAT THE CITY WILL BE HAVING AN AUCTION ON JULY 1, 2017 AT 500 WEST MAIN AT 10 A.M. PERSONAL PROPERTY WILL BE AUCTIONED AND REAL ESTATE WILL BE AUCTIONED AT 12 NOON. ATTORNEY MALKOVICH ALSO STATED THAT HE HAS AN ITEM FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION.

MAYOR KONDRITZ PRESENTED THERESA BATES OF FRANKLIN COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE WITH A PROCLAMATION PROCLAIMING THE MONTH OF JUNE TO BE “PAINT THE TOWN PURPLE” IN THE CITY OF BENTON. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THIS PROCLAMATION. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND. MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

NO MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS.

UNDER OLD BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT THE FINANCING ON THE FIRETRUCK HAS BEEN COMPLETED WITH US BANCORP AND WE WILL BEGIN MAKING MONTHLY PAYMENTS. COMMISSIONER MILLER ALSO STATED THAT DATALOCK HAD COMPLETED THE DOCUMENT SHREDDING REQUESTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL.

IN MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE, JULIE PAYNE HUBLER QUESTIONED WHAT THE PRICES WOULD BE FOR REAL ESTATE AT THE AUCTION AND SHE WAS TOLD THAT THE CITY MUST RECEIVE 80% OF THE APPRAISED VALUE. TOM CARTER STATED THAT HE FELT THAT THE PRIOR DEALS AT THE AIRPORT HAVE SET A BAD EXAMPLE FOR THE YOUTH IN OUR CITY. ROCKY MORRIS STATED THAT HE CONDUCTED A THREE (3) PERSON REVIEW OF THE AIRPORT AND HE WOULD LIKE AN INVESTIGATION TO BE DONE. NELSON HENRIETTO QUESTIONED IF THE CITY OF BENTON RESPONDS TO FIRE CALLS ON THE INTERSTATE AND HE STATED THAT THERE IS GARBAGE NOT IN CONTAINERS BLOWING IN HIS NEIGHBORHOOD.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR ITEMS:

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.

SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND. MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

7:00 P.M.

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

7:30 P.M.

NO ACTION TAKEN DURING EXECUTIVE SESSION.

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.

7:35 P.M.

Attention: Disregard Recent Letter from Ameren

    We’re aware many residents across Benton recently received a confusing letter from Ameren. We reached out to our consultant with SIMEC Energy, Reg Ankrom, for an explanation.
     According to Ankrom, Ameren sent letters to residents of many of their communities that their electric accounts would be returned to Ameren electric supply this month (June 2017). Although Homefield Energy of Collinsville became the new MEA (Municipal Electric Aggregation) electric supplier in June, a sizable number of electric aggregation accounts did not get enrolled. Homefield explained to us they were converting to a new customer information technology system and failed to pick up a sizable number of our accounts. Those accounts will be automatically re-enrolled in July and residents need not do anything to stay on Municipal Electric Aggregation.
     As for the recent letter from Ameren, please disregard it.

     A reminder – Residents always have the right to opt out at any time and at no cost by calling Homefield toll-free at 866-694-1262.

     The MEA rate will remain fixed through June 2019.

7/1/17 Public Auction – City Surplus

PUBLIC AUCTION

The City of Benton will auction off surplus items and property on Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 10 a.m. at the old City Hall located at 500 West Main Street. The real estate will be offered at 12 noon. Pictures, prices and other details on the real estate are listed in the photos below:

BOIL WATER ORDER LIFTED

The boil water order for North 37 from Petroff Road to the Region 5 office has been lifted.

6/16/17 Notice: Public Hearing-Petition to Vacate Alley

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Agenda — June 12, 2017

AGENDA
BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING
MONDAY JUNE 12, 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 APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

5. STREETS & IMPROVEMENTS COMMISSIONER WYANT
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS
B. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF 2017 MFT PROGRAM BID
C. DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF CHANGING A TWO-WAY STOP TO A FOUR-WAY STOP ON EIGHTH STREET AND RUTH STREET

6. PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY REPORT COMMISSIONER STOREY
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS

7. ACCOUNTS & FINANCE REPORT COMMISSIONER MILLER
A. APPROVAL OF PURCHASE ORDERS & MONTHLY BILLS
B. APPROVAL OF PAYROLL
C. APPROVAL OF SEWER ADJUSTMENTS

8. CITY ATTORNEY TOM MALKOVICH
A. UPDATES

9. PUBLIC AFFAIRS REPORT MAYOR KONDRITZ
A. UPDATES
B. CROSS SPECIAL USE PERMIT
C. RONE SPECIAL USE PERMIT

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 06/08/17 AT 4:00 P.M./BC

7/1/2017 Sale of Surplus Real Estate

A full publication of the legal advertisement of said property is available for view in either local newspapers until July 1, 2017.

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Council Meeting Minutes — May 8, 2017

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY MAY 8, 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.

MAYOR KONDRITZ WELCOMED JUDGE ERIC DIRNBECK. JUDGE DIRNBECK SWORE IN PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMISSIONER DON STOREY. THE OATH OF OFFICE WAS SIGNED BY COMMISSIONER STOREY, JUDGE DIRNBECK, MAYOR KONDRITZ, AND CITY CLERK BROOK CRAIG.

COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE APRIL 24, 2017 REGULAR BENTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #001790 TO HD SUPPLY FOR A HAND METER READER IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,600.00. 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 APPROVE ORDINANCE #17-06 FOR A NO PARKING/TOW AWAY ZONE ON SOUTH MAIN FROM EAST CHURCH TO THE SQUARE ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ROAD. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 1. COMMISSIONER STOREY.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE ORDINANCE #17-07 FOR A NO PARKING/TOW AWAY ZONE ON SOUTH MAPLE FROM WEST MAIN TO THE ALLEY ON THE WEST SIDE. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. 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 BID FROM SESSER PAVE AND SEAL FOR RESURFACING OF THE TENNIS COURT AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,437.56. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT THIS WOULD BE PAID OUT OF THE $0.02 GAS TAX FUND. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE TREATMENT OF JOPLIN STREET FROM FRISCO STREET TO NORTH MCLEANSBORO IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,700.00. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT THIS WOULD EXTEND THE LIFE OF THE ROAD SURFACE. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT THIS WOULD BE PAID FOR OUT OF THE ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER STOREY. 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 #000947 TO BOUND TREE MEDICAL FOR BASIC LIFE SUPPORT INITIAL ISSUANCE OF AMBULANCE SUPPLIES IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,497.59. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0. COMMISSIONER MILLER ABSTAINED .

COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER #001973 TO K&K STORAGE BARNS FOR A 10 X 10 DOG KENNEL WITH PARTIAL ENCLOSURE AND FULL ROOF IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,895.00. COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT THE FUNDS TO COVER THIS PURCHASE WOULD COME FROM THE POLICE ASSET FORFEITURE FUND. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. 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 #001974 TO THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, ILLINOIS FOR K9 HANDLER TRAINING COURSE IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,300.00. COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT THE FUNDS FOR THIS EXPENSE WOULD COME FROM THE POLICE ASSET FORFEITURE FUND. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT IN THE NEAR FUTURE HE WILL BE REQUESTING AT LEAST ONE, AND POSSIBLY TWO FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICERS. COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO TABLE THIS ITEM. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. 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 HIRING JEREMY YOUNG AS A TEMPORARY FULL-TIME OFFICER FOR A 60-DAY APPOINTMENT. 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 PURCHASE ORDER #001046 TO SCI BOX LLC FOR 277 CARDBOARD TRASH CONTAINERS TO BE USED DURING COMMUNITY EVENTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $909.28. 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 BILLS FOR 05/08/2017 IN THE AMOUNT OF $213,105.50. 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 PAYROLL FOR MAY 5, 2017 FOR THE GENERAL FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $71,873.72 AND WATER AND SEWER IN THE AMOUNT OF $30,316.12 FOR A TOTAL PAYROLL OF $102,189.84. 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 SWIMMING POOL ADJUSTMENTS FOR JANIS THOMAS OF 1352 WHISPERWAY, JAMIE TUCKER OF 115 MCFALL, ROBERT WEIR OF 1401 NORTH MAIN, AND JAY SUEDMEYER OF 512 NORTH EIGHTH STREET 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 DIRECT ATTORNEY MALKOVICH TO PREPARE A RESOLUTION TO SELL SURPLUS REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE CITY. 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 THE SATISFACTION OF LIENS AND JUDGMENT OF DEMOLITION ON REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1503 NORTH MAIN IN BENTON, ILLINOIS. 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 PERSONAL PROPERTY DONATION OF OFFICE FURNITURE FROM THE OLD CITY HALL BUILDING TO THE BENTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

MAYOR KONDRITZ MADE A PRESENTATION REGARDING DUTIES OF THE MAYOR. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT THE MAYOR HAS MAYORAL POWERS, THE MAYOR IS A SUPERINTENDENT, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, AND LIQUOR COMMISSIONER. THE MAYOR STATED THAT HE ATTENDS CUB SCOUT MEETINGS, GRADUATIONS, ETC. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT “THE MAYOR” IS MENTIONED IN THE LIQUOR ORDINANCE 71 TIMES.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT NO ONE GETS A BREAK AND NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO NOT FOLLOW RULES UNDER THE MAYOR. MAYOR KONDRITZ ALSO STATED THAT HE IS A WORKING MAYOR WHO SPENDS TIME PULLING WEEDS, PAINTING GUARD RAILS, ETC.

MAYOR KONDRITZ’ S PRESENTATION ALSO INCLUDED A CHART THAT SHOWED PROJECTED REVENUE FOR THE CITY OF BENTON IF PARLOR GAMING LICENSES WERE TO BE APPROVED BY THE COUNCIL. THE MAYOR STATED THAT IF THREE LICENSES WERE APPROVED THE CITY WOULD HAVE PROJECTED REVENUE OF $240,000.00 OVER A FIVE YEAR PERIOD, FOUR LICENSES WOULD HAVE PROJECTED REVENUE OF $450,000.00 OVER A FIVE YEAR PERIOD, AND FIVE LICENSES WOULD HAVE A PROJECTED REVENUE OF $700,000.00 OVER A FIVE YEAR PERIOD. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT IF THE COUNCIL DOES NOT ALLOW THE ADDED LICENSES, THEY WOULD BE IMPEDING HIM FROM DOING HIS JOB.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE A MOTION TO INCREASE THE MAYOR’S SALARY TO $28,000.00 PER YEAR STARTING WITH THE NEWLY ELECTED MAYOR IN 2019. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE CURRENTLY IS WORKING FOR $2.38 AN HOUR. HE STATED THAT THE MAYOR OF MARION HAS A SALARY OF NEARLY $50,000.00 AND THE MAYOR OF HERRIN AS A SALARY OF NEARLY $40,000.00. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HIS SALARY PAYS FOR HIS GAS, HIS TIRES FOR HIS VEHICLE AND HIS MEALS. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO TABLE INCREASING THE MAYOR’S SALARY. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 1. MAYOR KONDRITZ.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE A MOTION TO PROVIDE THE CURRENT MAYOR WITH AN ATTRACTIVE SUV OR COMPARABLE LATE MODEL CAR TO CONDUCT CITY BUSINESS IN. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE STATED THAT THERE IS CURRENTLY A CITY VEHICLE AVAILABLE FOR USE. COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO TABLE THE MOTION TO PROVIDE THE CURRENT MAYOR WITH AN ATTRACTIVE SUV OR COMPARABLE LATE MODEL CAR. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 4. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. NAYS: 1. MAYOR KONDRITZ.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SOME REMODELING DONE AT TWIN OAKS INCLUDING PAVING OF THE UNLOADING AREA BY THE BACK DOOR. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO ALLOW PUBLIC PROPERTY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE TO GET ESTIMATES FOR REMODELING AT TWIN OAKS. 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 HE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A FLOATING DOCK PLACED AT LAKE HAMILTON FOR KAYAKS TO ENTER AND EXIT THE WATER. COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE MADE A MOTION TO CHECK ON THE PRICE OF THIS AS WELL AS THE LIABILITY INSURANCE NEEDED. 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 HE WOULD LIKE TO REPLACE THE ENTIRE SPILLWAY AT LAKE BENTON. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT ONE SIDE HAS ALREADY BEEN REPLACED. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO ALLOW COMMISSIONER WYANT TO RESEARCH THE POSSIBILITY OF REPLACING THE SPILLWAY AT LAKE BENTON. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE THE OUTDATED ROAD SIGNS AT LAKE HAMILTON AND LAKE BENTON TO BE REPLACED. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT SOME OF THE SIGNS HAD BEEN REPLACED, BUT THAT HE WOULD LOOK FURTHER INTO REPLACING THOSE THAT HAVE NOT BEEN UPDATED. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO ALLOW COMMISSIONER WYANT TO RESEARCH REPLACING OF OUTDATED SIGNS AT LAKE BENTON AND LAKE HAMILTON. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.
MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO SEE ALL BOULEVARDS IN TOWN MOWED AND MAINTAINED. COMMISSIONER STOREY MADE A MOTION TO ALLOW COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE THE AUTHORITY TO CHECK WITH THE UNION REGARDING HIRING TEMPORARY SEASONAL HELP TO MOW AND MAINTAIN THE BOULEVARDS IN THE CITY. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

NO ACTION WAS TAKEN ON WEED SPRAYING ALL STREET SIGNS IN BENTON AND ALSO SPRAYING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SIGNS TO PREVENT WEED GROWTH.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT WE SHOULD HAVE FLAT SCREEN TELEVISIONS IN THE MAYOR’S OFFICE, THE HALLWAY ON THE MAIN FLOOR, AND ONE IN THE COUNCIL MEETING BOARD ROOM. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT THEY SHOULD BE CONNECTED TO THE INTERNET. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO TABLE THIS ITEM. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE ADDITIONAL LANDSCAPING TO BE DONE AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT M&M LANDSCAPING HAS RESEEDED THE ENTIRE LAWN AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE CITY. MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO STRIKE ITEM (N) DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF RECULTIVATING AND SEEDING THE LAWN OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE PARKING LOT AT THE CITY HALL LOCATED AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN TO BE REPAVED. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT THIS IS ALREADY A PROJECT BEING WORKED ON. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO ALLOW COMMISSIONER WYANT TO RESEARCH MORE INTO THE REPAVING OF THE PARKING LOT AT 1403 SOUTH MAIN. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ALL UNUSED JUNK REMOVED FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AND CITY BUILDINGS. COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT AN AUCTION IS BEING PLANNED AND THIS WILL TAKE CARE OF THESE ISSUES.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT WITH 500 WEST MAIN REAL ESTATE, HE BELIEVES WE SHOULD HAVE THE SHRUBS CUT AND TRIMMED TO MAKE THE BUILDING LOOK PRESENTABLE. COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT HE AND JOHN GIPSON HAD WORKED ON THE SHRUBS PREVIOUSLY AND THAT HE WOULD COORDINATE HIS SCHEDULE WITH MR. GIPSON TO SEE THIS GETS DONE AGAIN.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO SEE ALL BROKEN SIDEWALKS IN THE CITY OF BENTON REPLACED. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT CURRENTLY A CITIZEN PAYS FOR ½ OF THE SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT AND THE CITY PAYS FOR THE OTHER HALF. COMMISSIONER WYANT MADE A MOTION TO TABLE THIS ITEM AT THIS TIME. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER MILLER. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

ITEM (S) DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF HIRING A WINDOW CLEANER OR DESIGNATING A PERSON TO CLEAN ALL CITY OWNED WINDOWS WEEKLY AND ITEM (T) DISCUSSION AND/OR APPROVAL OF STRAIGHTENING ALL STREET SIGNS, BOTH HAD NO ACTION TAKEN.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED HE WOULD LIKE ALL STREET SIGNS THAT HAVE BEEN STOLEN OR DESTROYED TO BE REPLACED. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT THE SIGNS ARE REPLACED AS THE STREET DEPARTMENT SEES THEY ARE MISSING OR IF THEY ARE NOTIFIED THEY ARE MISSING.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE THE CITY VEHICLES TO BE WASHED ON A REGULAR BASIS. COMMISSIONER WYANT AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE BOTH STATED THAT THEY WASH THE VEHICLES WHEN THEY CAN GET TO THEM. COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT VEHICLES WILL BE UNDERGOING AN INSPECTION PER THE CHIEF OF POLICE ON 05/21/2017.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE CITY EMPLOYEES TO EMPTY TRASH CONTAINERS AROUND TOWN THAT ARE OVERFLOWING IF REPUBLIC HAS NOT BEEN ABLE TO PICK THEM UP YET. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED THAT HIS DEPARTMENT WILL BE KEEPING AN EYE ON THIS.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT THERE IS A LOT OF UNDERGROWTH AND VINES GROWING ON THE RAILING OF THE DUQUOIN STREET BRIDGE. COMMISSIONER WYANT AND COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE STATED THAT THEIR DEPARTMENTS WILL LOOK INTO THIS.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE A DIGITAL SIGN PLACED AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT ON WASHINGTON STREET. COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT HE IS AGAINST THIS AS HE BELIEVES MONEY THAT WOULD BE SPENT ON A DIGITAL SIGN COULD BE ALLOCATED FOR A NEW POLICE OFFICER IN THE FUTURE. COMMISSIONER WYANT STATED HE DID NOT BELIEVE A DIGITAL SIGN WAS NEEDED AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. NO ACTION TAKEN.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE BELIEVES THE CITY OF BENTON POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS COULD USE A DRONE. COMMISSIONER STOREY STATED THAT A DRONE IS AVAILABLE THROUGH FRANKLIN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY AND THAT THEY WILL SEND SOMEONE TO OPERATE THE DRONE AS WELL.

UNDER MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS, MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO LOOK INTO A TINY HOME PROJECT FOR HOMELESS VETERANS IN OUR AREA.

UNDER OLD BUSINESS, COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT A GOOD WAY TO GENERATE REVENUE FOR THE CITY OF BENTON WOULD BE TO SELL THE SURPLUS PROPERTIES THE CITY OF BENTON CURRENTLY OWNS. COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT COMBINED APPRAISED VALUES OF THESE PROPERTIES ARE $451,250.00. COMMISSIONER MILLER ALSO STATED THAT MAYOR KONDRITZ HAD BEEN QUOTED AS SAYING WEST CITY AND WEST FRANKFORT ARE “EATING OUR LUNCH” WHEN IT COMES TO GAMING. COMMISSIONER MILLER STATED THAT IN MARCH OF 2017, THE CITY OF BENTON RECEIVED $9,576.74 FROM 56 MACHINES, THE VILLAGE OF WEST CITY RECEIVED $3,461.57 FROM 10 MACHINES, AND THE CITY OF WEST FRANKFORT RECEIVED $5,999.10 FROM 29 MACHINES. HE STATED HE DID NOT UNDERSTAND HOW THIS WOULD EQUATE TO SOMEONE “EATING OUR LUNCH”.

MAYOR KONDRITZ STATED THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO FOLLOW UP COMMISSIONER MILLER’S STATEMENT BY STATING THAT IN FEBRUARY OF 2017 MAC 1 IN HERRIN, ILLINOIS, ON ITS OWN, BROUGHT IN $3,471.00 TO THE CITY.

NO NEW BUSINESS.

IN MATTERS FROM THE PUBLIC AUDIENCE, TAMMI SHEPARD STATED THAT SHE WOULD LIKE TO SEE SIDEWALKS AROUND THE SQUARE FIXED. MS. SHEPARD STATED THAT SHE IS IN A WHEELCHAIR AND THAT THE SIDEWALKS HAVE MANY CRACKS THAT MAKE IT HARD FOR HER TO BE PUSHED AROUND THE SQUARE. MR. BILL SHEPARD STATED THAT THE CRACKS ON THE SIDEWALKS ON THE SQUARE ARE DESTROYING THE WHEELS ON HIS WIFE’S WHEELCHAIR.

JULIE PAYNE-HUBLER STATED THAT SHE WOULD LIKE TO SEE ONE OR TWO ADDITIONAL POLICE OFFICERS ADDED TO THE CITY OF BENTON POLICE FORCE. MS. HUBLER ALSO STATED THAT SHE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO SEE A PART-TIME CODE ENFORCER HIRED FOR THE CITY OF BENTON.

NELSON HENRIETTO REQUESTED MORE REMODELING AT TWIN OAKS. WILLIAM MCPHERSON OF THE GAZETTE QUESTIONED IF THE RUMOR HE HEARD OF TWIN OAKS BEING FOR SALE WAS TRUTHFUL.

MAYOR KONDRITZ PRESENTED A PROCLAMATION DECLARING MAY OF 2017 TO BE MOTORCYCLE AWARENESS MONTH. COMMISSIONER MILLER MADE A MOTION TO ABOVE THIS PROCLAMATION. SECOND BY COMMISSIONER WYANT. VOTE WAS TAKEN. YEAS: 5. COMMISSIONER MILLER, COMMISSIONER STOREY, COMMISSIONER WYANT, COMMISSIONER BAUMGARTE, AND MAYOR KONDRITZ. NAYS: 0.

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

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