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Village of Maryville, Illinois

Description Board Minutes
Date6/20/2007 Location Council Chamber
Time Speaker Note
7:00:00 PM Gulledge Called the Board meeting of Wednesday, June 20, 2007 to order, and invited those in attendance to join in the Pledge of Allegiance. After the Pledge, he asked for a roll of those officers present. Answering the roll call were Trustees Limberg, Schmidt, Bell, Callahan, Kostyshock and Garcia. Also in attendance were Clerk Long, Public Works Director Presson, Public Service Officer Jones, Comptroller Brussatti, Police Chief Schardan, Attorney Wigginton, Attorney's Assistant, three (3) reporters and twenty (20) residents.
7:00:50 PM Gulledge Called for approval of the June 6th Board meeting minutes. He asked if there were any questions, additions or subtractions to the minutes as prepared by the Clerk. There were none. Motion to approve was made by Schmidt and seconded by Bell. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:01:22 PM Gulledge Called for approval of the bills submitted for payment. He asked if there were any questions, additions or subtractions to the bills. There were none. Motion to pay was made by Kostyshock and seconded by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:01:56 PM Gulledge Went to Communications.
7:02:05 PM Long Presented two letters of resignation from the Park Committee addressed to the Mayor from Diana Hedrick and Cindy Jones, respectively. She read the letters in their entirety.
7:04:05 PM Gulledge Asked for other communications for the Clerk. There were none. Asked for a motion to place the communications on file. Motion was made by Bell and seconded by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:04:32 PM Gulledge Asked the Board to allow Business from the Floor first on the agenda, due to the number of residents present concerning the annexation letter recently sent. Clarified he will take comments from the floor regarding any subject at this time. The Trustees were in favor. Mayor invited business from the floor.
7:05:42 PM Harlene Gammill 2867 Keebler Road. Stated she objects to the annexation, although she understands the Village has the right to annex wholly bounded property. Stated she does not understand how they can, in good conscience, annex these properties when they do not have sewers. Stated they have checked with the tax board, who indicated taxes will go up by $1,000 a year. Asked why they are being annexed if they cannot have sewers.
7:06:40 PM Limberg Responded he lives at 14 Belmont Place in Maryville, and has resided in Maryville since 1950. Explained he lives in Nottingham Estates within the Village of Maryville, and has no sewers. Explained the entire Village is not sewered.
7:06:56 PM H. Gammill Expressed her surprise that Nottingham Estates does not have sewers.
7:07:04 PM Garcia Commented she lives in Blackburn Terrace which has no sewers.
7:07:10 PM Gulledge Responded sewers are close by to the area. Stated they have not yet discussed timing, but sewers are much closer in this area than in others within Maryville. Explained potential annexation has no bearing on whether sewers will be available at a future date; however they will not be right away if the Board votes for annexation.
7:07:48 PM H. Gammill Asked what benefits they will receive for the extra $1,000 per year, besides a lower trash bill and lower water bill.
7:08:13 PM Gulledge Explained they will receive police protection, which will be a much quicker response than they currently receive.
7:08:37 PM Jerry Gammill 2867 Keebler Road. Commented they have excellent police protection through Madison County, so they will not benefit from the annexation. Commented his opinion they will be "taxed out" of their home, which they have owned for 21 years. Explained he wants the Board to realize the annexation is not easy for them, and his opinion is it is not good for them, but good for Maryville.
7:09:41 PM Gulledge Thanked him for his comments.
7:09:45 PM Callahan Commented for the tax bill to be $1,000, their home would be valued at $1 million.
7:09:53 PM J. Gammill Stated he called the assessor Monday morning, who indicated based on what he paid last year it would cost him $1,000 additional from last year.
7:10:24 PM Callahan Commented his home is valued at approximately $125,000 and he pays $240 in Maryville tax. Explained mathematically, to figure Maryville taxes at $1,000, the home would have to be assessed at $1 million. Arguments ensued.
7:11:03 PM Gulledge Explained the procedure for this format is for one person to speak at a time. Stated everyone will have a chance, within reason, to speak.
7:11:23 PM Callahan Explained the calculation: Take the assessed valuation, divide it in three, and multiply it by one. Further explained it costs $1 per $100 of assessed valuation to live in Maryville.
7:11:41 PM J. Gammill Commented he came to the Village Hall to ask his questions, and the individual he spoke with could not answer them.
7:12:12 PM Gulledge Responded his letter specifically instructed residents to contact him personally with any questions. Explained the individual with whom he spoke is the Water Clerk, who would not know the answers to these questions.
7:12:29 PM J. Gammill Commented the Water Clerk did not direct him to the Mayor and gave him the phone number to call the County and Collinsville Township. Further commented he intends to knock on doors and get people to vote against this Board.
7:13:37 PM H. Gammill Commented 21 years ago she lived in Blackburn Estates and her taxes were $1,500 more than the house she moved into.
7:13:53 PM Callahan Responded the Maryville part of that tax is probably less than $100. Arguments ensued. Comments were made that people are talking about the entire tax, not just the Maryville portion.
7:14:10 PM Gulledge Explained there is a small area on the tax bill that lists "Maryville Corp Tax". Stated if they come into the city, they will pay a little more to belong to Maryville; however they have to remember they are going to subtract some of the Township tax as well.
7:14:44 PM H. Gammill Responded she doesn't understand that when she lived in Maryville and then moved out, for the same size house, the taxes were less.
7:14:48 PM Gulledge Asked exactly where she lived. She explained it was off Main Street by the Lutheran Church. Mayor stated that area was not, and still is not in the city limits of Maryville. Gammill asked when they will annex it and if it is surrounded. Mayor responded not yet; however he believes the Board will consider annexation when it is surrounded. Gammill argued they could have received their mail through Maryville, as long as they went up to the Post Office. Mayor responded that does not mean they are within the Village limits. Explained that is another reason they are trying to do this annexation, as it will straighten out the boundaries to eliminate confusion for ambulance, fire, police, water service, trash service, etc.
7:15:54 PM Nova Lemahieu 2813 Keebler Road. Stated she went to the Madison County Treasurer's office; last year the tax rate was .9903, which when added to her taxes calculates to an increase of $465 a year. Further stated the Treasurer's office assured her nothing comes off of her taxes. Commented she is being "taxed-out" of her home. Explained they retired here from the military 22 years ago because they loved the area. Stated developers built behind her, and she can no longer stand the area. Stated they do not want to be annexed into Maryville.
7:16:42 PM Gulledge Thanked her for her comments. Asked for other address to the Board.
7:16:52 PM Gary Fogelman 2879 Keebler Road. Asked regarding the notation in the letter of reduced costs of water, trash, ambulance, how much the water will decrease.
7:17:19 PM Gulledge Answered inside Village limit water rates are $2.65 per 1,000 gallons; outside rates are $3.90 per 1,000 gallons. Further commented sewer, if added later, would add to the savings, as there is a difference between inside and outside limits as well.
7:17:59 PM Fogelman Asked if the trash service is the same company as is currently used. Mayor answered yes. Clarified the city has a more favorable rate.
7:18:05 PM Gulledge Answered they have a much better contract, which Trustee Schmidt negotiated: Regular service inside Village limits is $31.89 per 3 months; for the Township it is $37.08; yard waste is $32.07 inside and $38.61 outside; additionally, the Board negotiated a very good senior citizen rate of $25.02 per 3 months; the Township has no senior citizen rate.
7:18:40 PM Fogelman Asked about the reduction for ambulance service.
7:18:54 PM Gulledge Responded for Maryville residents, advanced life support is $350, and non-residents is $425; life support 2 is $375 for residents and $450 for non-residents; basic life support is $250 for residents and $300 for non-residents.
7:19:27 PM Fogelman Asked if the annexation takes place will the Village be responsible for snow removal. He was told yes. Fogelman asked about street light maintenance. He was told yes. Fogelman clarified there should be a reduction in cost of the electric from SWECO, as they are assessed a certain amount for the street lights.
7:19:57 PM Gulledge Responded he was unaware of that, but if the lights are in the city limits, the Village will take that over provided they are not private lights.
7:20:01 PM Fogelman Asked if the permit fee schedules apply to annexed areas. Clarified he is a HAM radio operator, and was reviewing the permit fee scheduled for radio towers which is $1,000.
7:20:35 PM Gulledge Answered yes; however he would be grandfathered with his existing tower.
7:20:52 PM Fogelman Asked if they consider a wind mill a tower.
7:20:56 PM Gulledge Answered he is unsure; however if it is there, it would be grandfathered.
7:21:22 PM Fogelman Asked how much affect these public comments have on the Board regarding the decision to annex.
7:21:29 PM Gulledge Explained the six members of the Board will vote. Commented they are listening, and will take the comments under consideration. Explained if there happens to be a tie between the Board, the Mayor's vote will break it; and he would vote to annex the property because it has been the past practice of this and most other communities in this area. Explained Maryville has done approximately 30 such annexations in the last 15 years.
7:22:28 PM Fogelman Stated he tried to research the boundaries via the Village's website, and could not find a definition of the boundary between Maryville and Collinsville.
7:22:51 PM Gulledge Responded he can get him a map. Commented this is one of the issues, as the lines are chopped up and hard to explain. Referred to the earlier comment regarding Blackburn Terrace; it is surrounded, but is more than 60 acres, preventing a wholly-bound annexation. Explained the right to annex is not a Village ordinance, but a State Statute.
7:23:31 PM Fogelman Asked if the area currently scheduled to be developed by Osborn and H&L Properties has been voluntarily annexed.
7:23:50 PM Gulledge Responded yes, which is how this area became surrounded.
7:24:14 PM Dan Moad 2710 Keebler Road. Stated he is currently 17 feet below the road surface, and asked if the Village will provide him a lift station for sewers.
7:24:39 PM Gulledge Answered no. Moad commented this means he will never be on sewers. Mayor answered no, that is not what it means. Explained they have individual portable lifts that will lift from an area. Explained lift stations are normally put together for large groups of properties that are below grade. Moad clarified it would be his responsibility to purchase. Mayor answered yes, if sewers become available and that is his particular problem. Commented they don't know where the main will be, and may run in Moad's back yard.
7:25:39 PM Moad Asked whether multi-family dwellings have been approved for the property located next to him.
7:25:54 PM Gulledge Answered he has not heard of any plans for multi-family in his area.
7:26:07 PM Callahan Asked where he is located. Moad answered he is right across from the second green of Stonebridge Golf Course.
7:26:24 PM Gulledge Commented those are single-family homes.
7:26:27 PM Callahan Commented the developer wanted to put multi-family into the subdivision going in next to Keebler Oaks but ended up changing it to single family.
7:26:43 PM Moad Clarified he is talking about the property north of him that is 1.6 acres, which he has been told will be built with townhouses.
7:27:00 PM Gulledge Responded he does not know of whom Moad is speaking, and there are no current plans for townhouses.
7:27:19 PM Moad Asked when the annexation is effective.
7:27:25 PM Gulledge Responded they have not yet voted; if the Board votes favorably, they will have it recorded tomorrow and would take effect as soon as recorded with the Recorder of Deeds office. Moad clarified the taxes begin next year. Gulledge responded yes, they are always a year behind.
7:27:55 PM Moad Asked if the Village requires stickers for cars. He was told no.
7:28:15 PM Maria Furrara 6011 Lorri Lane. Asked if the Village will take over the private road.
7:28:28 PM Gulledge Answered no.
7:28:41 PM Furrara Asked if the Village does insect spraying.
7:28:46 PM Gulledge Answered no. Explained they do use mosquito dunks wherever needed in standing or ponding water, storm sewers, etc. Asked for other address from the floor.
7:29:29 PM Craig Brandt 7344 West Main Street. Stated he had plans to build a detached garage at the back of his property, which he was capable of doing through Madison County. Asked if he would be able to do so through Maryville.
7:29:52 PM Gulledge Explained as long as he is not too close to property lines.
7:30:02 PM Brandt Asked if they will have to abide by laws of Maryville regarding trailer storage.
7:30:34 PM Bell Responded trailers can be parked on the side or behind his property on a paved surface.
7:30:46 PM Brandt Asked about burning, citing the example that he burned the limbs from the ice storm last year.
7:30:56 PM Gulledge Responded Maryville allows burning on Fridays and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to dark. Explained the limitation is to accommodate people with asthmatic problems.
7:31:17 PM Callahan Commented the Village also has a chipping program whereby the resident puts the brush in manageable pieces at the front of the property, and the Village will come to the residence with the chipper. Explained this service is offered the first Monday and Tuesday of each month, by appointment.
7:31:58 PM Brandt Asked if there are other laws of which he should be aware.
7:32:02 PM Gulledge Responded if the Board votes to annex, the residents would be susceptible to all laws and ordinances of the Village. Brandt asked if there is a list of differences between Village and Township. Mayor responded the Village ordinances are available on the website. Invited other comments.
7:32:38 PM Nova Lemahieu 2813 Keebler. Asked if the annexation is passed, will they tax the affected residents for the entire year.
7:32:56 PM Gulledge Explained the Village has nothing to do with the taxation. Lemahieu suggested they wait until January to annex the area. Mayor explained the issue is up for vote this evening, and the decision is up to the Board. Lemahieu commented her feeling is the matter has already been decided. Mayor commented he would not have sent a letter if the decision was already made. Explained by law, the Village was not required to notify residents.
7:33:44 PM Schmidt Introduced himself, saying he is in his second term. Commented if people have a vendetta against the Board, he feels sorry for them. Further commented, the Board did not know about the issue before last week in discussing it at Caucus. Explained this is the first public meeting to which all affected were invited in order to get their input.  Comments from the gallery ensued.
7:34:28 PM Gulledge Stated they need to move forward with the meeting, and will hold individuals out of order if they step to the microphone.
7:34:32 PM Garcia Commented regarding taxes, they will not pay them until next June. Lemahieu concurred; however they will be for the entire year.
7:34:42 PM Gulledge Explained his understanding that if the Board decides to annex, Lemahieu is asking that they wait until the end of the year. Invited one more comment from Gammill.
7:34:54 PM Jerry Gammill 2867 Keebler. Commented he does not have a vendetta against the Board; he simply is saying he will stir up his neighbors to get a better turn out at the polls.
7:35:17 PM Gulledge Moved on with the meeting. Asked for other business from the floor. There was none. Went to Legal Matters.
7:35:32 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-30 providing for the annexation of certain described property located along Keebler Road pursuant to the provisions of 65 Illinois Compiled Statute 5/7-1-13 providing for annexation of surrounded or nearly surrounded territory. He read the ordinance in its entirety.
7:38:02 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-30. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Mayor noted for the record his vote is yes. Motion carried.
7:38:42 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-31 authorizing execution of a water service and pre-annexation agreement for the Bracken property located at Lots 8 & 9 Heritage Manor Subdivision, commonly known as 16 Cheshire Court, Collinsville, Illinois. He read the ordinance in its entirety. Explained this agreement was the subject of a public hearing held this evening at 6:45 p.m. and all Illinois statutes have been fully complied with. Explained the ordinance would authorize and direct the Village President to execute and the Village Clerk to attest a document known as Agreement for Water Service and Pre-Annexation dated April 15, 2007.
7:39:42 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-31. Motion was made by Limberg and seconded by Bell. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:40:21 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-32 authorizing execution of a water service and pre-annexation agreement for the Parker property located at Lot 3 Meierwood Gaslight Estates Subdivision, 1st Addition, commonly known as 182 Hillcrest Drive, Glen Carbon, Illinois, 62034. Explained this ordinance was the subject of a public hearing held this evening at 6:50 p.m., and all statutory procedures of the Illinois Municipal Code have been fully complied with. Stated the ordinance will authorize the Village President to execute and the Village Clerk to attest a document known as Agreement for Water Service and Pre-Annexation dated May 23, 2007.
7:41:11 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-32. Motion was made by Bell and seconded by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:42:07 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-33 amending Chapter 152, titled Storm Water Drainage and Detention Soil Erosion and Sediment Control of the Code of the Village of Maryville. Explained amendment of this ordinance will make it consistent and comport with the requirements of the County of Madison, and also to make the Village's storm water drainage and detention program comply with the General National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit #ILR40. Stated certain changes have occurred since the notice of intent was submitted to the IEPA in 2003, which the Village is required to include in the ordinance. Commented it is a lengthy amendment pertaining to various sections throughout. Stated it is available for public inspection and copying.
7:43:33 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-33. Motion was made by Kostyshock and seconded by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:44:08 PM Wigginton Presented Resolution 2007-09 in support of the Safe Routes to Schools program. He read the resolution in its entirety.
7:45:57 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Resolution 2007-09. Motion was made by Bell and seconded by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:46:41 PM Wigginton Presented Proclamation 2007-01 proclaiming July 2nd through 8th as Air Force Week. Explained this is based on the success of the inaugural Air Force Week in the Metro East area in 2006. He read the proclamation in its entirety.
7:49:11 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Proclamation 2007-01. Motion was made by Kostyshock and seconded by Garcia. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:49:44 PM Gulledge Went to New Business.
7:50:01 PM Bell Made a motion to accept the resignation of Cindy Jones from the Park Committee effective immediately. Second to the motion was made by Limberg. Bell suggested the Mayor send a nice thank-you letter to both resignees, as they have both served many years. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:50:54 PM Bell Made a motion to accept the resignation of Diana Hedrick from the Park Committee effective immediately. Second to the motion was made by Kostyshock. Limberg commented he was the first liaison to the Park Committee when it was formed, and Diana was on the committee since inception. Stated she has done a great job, and he appreciates her hard work and dedication over the 18 years she has served. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:52:12 PM Gulledge Went to Old Business/Trustees Comments.
7:52:15 PM Limberg Commented there is a Planning Commission meeting June 25th at 7:00 p.m. at which a request for rezoning from Tottleben Construction Services, and a recommendation for the final development plan for Anderson Hospital will be discussed.
7:52:59 PM Schmidt Commented on the Budget for 2007-2008 as compiled and discussed in the past six (6) weeks. Reminded all the budget is a tool to guide the Village in spending, and is not a statutory obligation, as Maryville is an appropriation form of government. Commented in answer to Callahan's question regarding the Water Department there is a State website for the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity which has a handbook that shows an illustrative budget which showed Water Department figures within the accumulated figures. Made a motion to approve the final draft of the budget with a positive bottom line figure of $6,616. Second to the motion was made by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:56:04 PM Gulledge Complimented Schmidt, the staff and Board for their hard work in drafting this budget.
7:56:28 PM Callahan Commented the Board tries to run a pretty open form of government. Stated they did not have to send notification letters regarding the proposed annexation; the Board chose to. Commented they knew the meeting would be a little contentious, as they have done this before; however under normal procedure the portion of the meeting where the public is able to comment would have come after the vote. Explained the Board holds a Caucus on the second, fourth and fifth (if applicable) Wednesday, at which they discuss the business to be voted on. Echoed Schmidt's comments that the Board did not know about this issue until it was discussed at last week's Caucus. Commented his frustration that residents come in making statements he knows are not true. Stated he does not believe there is anybody in the Village that pays $1,000 in Maryville taxes. Commented the Township likely does not want to lose these residents; Maryville is glad to have them. Commented when the residents in Lynn High were annexed they were not happy either; however one of the first things done for that area was to install sewers. Commented his belief these people are glad to be in the Village.
7:58:48 PM Kostyshock Made a motion to approve Pay Request #8 to Petroff Trucking in the amount of $103,959.64 for Old Town Roadway Improvements. Second to the motion was made by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:59:40 PM Kostyshock Commented on the Museum Committee meeting scheduled for tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. Commented on the beauty of the flowers at Drost Park, as well as the flowers planted along Route 159.
8:00:11 PM Garcia Commented that when this Board votes they think of the residents; however they also must keep in mind what is best for the Village as a whole.
8:00:29 PM Schmidt Commented he researched the tax issue, and if his figures are correct Mr. Gammill will be paying a little over $300 additional taxes, and Ms. Lemahieu's will be around $350.
8:01:56 PM Gulledge Went to Calendar Updates. Commented on the Planning Commission meeting previously mentioned by Limberg; the Museum meeting tomorrow as mentioned by Kostyshock; Movie in the Park event on June 29th which is free and will be held at Drost Park starting at dark; July 2nd is a Community Improvement Board meeting; the normal Board meeting scheduled for Wednesday July 4 has been moved to Tuesday, July 3rd; library meeting on July 10th to discuss a site; another movie in the park event on July 27th. Went to Staff Reports.
8:03:52 PM Long Reported the audit has been started.
8:04:19 PM Gulledge Commented as they moved Business from Floor earlier to discuss the annexation, opened the floor to other comments. There was no business from the floor. Gave Allied Waste statistics for May: Trash curbside pickup was 230.11 tons; recyclables was 22.74 tons; yard waste was 18.69 tons. Next, commented Officer Luna's graduation is Friday night at which he, Schardan and Sergeant Lange will attend. Next, asked the Board to hold a special meeting strictly to consider a resolution allowing the Village to apply for the OSLAD grant. Stated to facilitate this, they will start next week with a public hearing at 6:30 p.m., followed by a Board meeting that will only consider application for the OSLAD grant, followed by a regular Caucus meeting. All Trustees were in favor. Next, discussed a situation that came up that day regarding problems in Collinsville with one of their water wells. Stated Collinsville is asking for Maryville's assistance for additional water. Stated they are working with Collinsville's City Manager and Water Department on putting a connection back together on Keebler, which was previously disconnected. Stated Collinsville is hooking it up at their expense, and he can assure all it will not impact any of Maryville's customers. Stated they will be helping Collinsville in this capacity for a couple of weeks until their well is fixed. Stated he hopes to come to the Board soon with an inter-connection agreement similar to the one held with Glen Carbon and Troy. Next, commented to the residents who are affected by the wholly-bound annexation:  In the interest of honesty, it will cost a little more to be within the Village; hopefully over a period of time it will stop being about money and they will feel they are part of the community. He hopes they will feel better about the situation as time goes on. Echoed Callahan's comments regarding the Lynn High annexation. Stated they will help these residents in any way they can, and will answer any questions as stated in his letter. Welcomed the residents into the Village. Stated he has received positive comments from residents of the area as well. Invited all to contact him personally with any questions. Stated he will be following up with another information letter. With no further business to come before the meeting, asked for a motion to adjourn. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Bell. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
8:11:31 PM   Meeting ended.

Respectfully submitted,

Thelma Long, Village Clerk

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