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Village of Maryville, Illinois

Description Board Meeting
Date3/7/2007 Location Council Chamber
Time Speaker Note
7:00:05 PM Gulledge Called the Board meeting of Wednesday, March 7, 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 Deputy Clerk Fenton, Building and Zoning Administrator/Fire Chief Flaugher, Public Works Director Presson, Public Service Officer Jones, Comptroller Brussatti, Police Chief Schardan, Police & Fire Board President Mike Pomatot, three (3) reporters and eighteen (18) citizens.
7:01:02 PM Gulledge Called for approval of the February 21, 2007 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.
7:01:35 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 Limberg and seconded by Garcia. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:02:08 PM Gulledge Went to Communications. There were none.
7:02:23 PM Gulledge Explained before moving to legal matters, they will be swearing-in a new police officer. He introduced Police & Fire Board President Mike Pamatot to perform the honors.
7:02:40 PM Mike Pamatot Explained several years ago Maryville's population went over 5,000, at which time they were required to form the Police & Fire Board. Stated he has been Chairman of this Board for the last two years. Explained their job is to prepare eligibility lists for hiring police and firemen. Stated they have performed this service several times; unfortunately they have lost several officers to other departments, which has caused them to go through the list. Commented the last list was formulated approximately one year ago, for which they had over 50 applicants. Explained through a strict screening process the final list was pared down to 8. Explained once a person becomes number one on the list, they go through more testing. Presented Samuel G. Luna. Commented he was impressed with Luna's work ethic, despite the fact he has not had police experience. Commented he is glad to see Luna has moved to the top of the list. Performed the swearing-in ceremony. Offered his congratulations, and presented Luna with his shield.
7:05:41 PM Luna Commented he is happy to be here, and thanked all for attending the ceremony.
7:05:53 PM Gulledge Commented Luna is a Maryville resident.
7:06:08 PM Pamatot Commented for the Board's information, they are now down to one person on both the police and fire eligibility list; so they will start the process again. Commented they will see advertisement for applications.
7:06:35 PM Gulledge Thanked Pamatot. Commented to those in attendance, although they are welcome to, it is not necessary for them to stay for the rest of the meeting.
7:06:55 PM Gulledge Went to Legal Matters.
7:07:32 PM   Luna and attendants exited meeting.
7:07:48 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-10 authorizing execution of a water service and pre-annexation agreement pertaining to the property of Michael Wallace located at Lot 66 University Hills Subdivision, 13th Addition, commonly known as 5778 Old Keebler Road, Collinsville, Illinois, 62234. Stated this is the standard ordinance relating to water service and pre-annexation and was the subject of a public hearing held this evening at 6:30 p.m. Stated all statutory procedures provided in Division 15.1 of Article II of the Illinois Municipal Code have been fully complied with. Stated passage of this ordinance would authorize and direct the Mayor to sign and the Village Clerk to attest a document known as Agreement for Water Service and Pre-Annexation dated February 8, 2007.
7:08:59 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-10. 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.
7:09:32 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-11, authorizing the execution of an Annexation Agreement between the Village and Wynncrest Corporation. Stated the ordinance would authorize the Mayor to sign and the Village Clerk to attest a document known as Annexation Agreement between the Village of Maryville and Wynncrest Corporation. Stated the annexation agreement was the subject of a public hearing held this evening at 6:50 p.m. Stated he has prepared an affidavit for delivery to the Village Clerk advising that notices were sent to all of the taxing districts, township trustees, township supervisors, Maryville Post Office, Ameren Service Company, with dates of return receipt.
7:10:33 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-11. 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.
7:11:09 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-12, authorizing the annexation of the territory consisting of approximately 85.94 acres located on Keebler Road. Stated notice was given to the various taxing districts. Stated the requirements of Section 65ILCS5/7-1 have been complied with and all public hearings have been held. Stated this ordinance would authorize the annexation of 85.94 acres, noting that a portion of the acreage was previously annexed to the Village when the Village annexed certain territory known as the Stonebridge Subdivision. Stated it is his understanding that was approximately 5.94 acres; therefore they are annexing another 80 acres into the Village as SR1 zoning.
7:12:21 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-12. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Limberg.
7:12:42 PM Callahan Asked if the agreement is attached to the ordinance. He was told it was attached to the first ordinance, #2007-11.
7:12:57 PM Gulledge Asked for a roll call. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:13:10 PM Wigginton Presented Ordinance 2007-13 amending Title 15, Chapter 156, of the zoning regulation relating to certain lots that are part of the annexation just authorized. He read the ordinance in its entirety.
7:15:35 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to approve Ordinance 2007-13 authorizing re-zoning of certain property known as Timber Creek Estates from agriculture to SR1 residential with certain property variances. 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.
7:16:15 PM Wigginton Stated Ordinance 2007-14 will be removed from the agenda due to the fact it is not complete. Presented Resolution 2007-02, pertaining to acceptance of the preliminary plat for a subdivision named "Timber Creek Estates" by Wynncrest Corporation. He read the ordinance in its entirety. Commented the lots previously referenced are under 16,000 square feet, but above 12,000 square feet.
7:19:03 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to approve Resolution 2007-02. Motion was made by Kostyshock and seconded by Limberg.
7:19:26 PM Bell Asked for an explanation of the cul-de-sac max length variance.
7:19:42 PM Gulledge Responded the ordinance states 1,000 feet; they are asking for a variance to make the streets longer for the cul-de-sac similar to Robert Drive and Meadow Lake Court.
7:20:09 PM Bell Asked which streets exceed 1,000 feet.
7:20:15 PM Wigginton Answered there are three.
7:20:20 PM Gulledge Asked for other questions. There were none. Asked for a roll call. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:20:38 PM Wigginton Presented Resolution 2007-03 relating to acceptance of the preliminary development plan for Villa Marie Winery. He read the Resolution in its entirety.
7:22:19 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Resolution 2007-03. 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. Motion carried.
7:22:56 PM Gulledge Went to Old Business.
7:23:07 PM Bell Presented Park Committee recommendations. Made a motion to purchase 100 six-to-eight-inch channel cat fish from Madison County Soil and Water Conservation District for a cost not to exceed $100.
7:23:30 PM Gulledge Asked for a second to the motion. Second was made by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:23:58 PM Bell Made a motion to allow the purchase of five-to-six literature display boxes for a cost not to exceed $100, to be placed at the comfort station and pavilions.
7:24:23 PM Gulledge Asked for a second to the motion. Second was made by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:24:55 PM Kostyshock Made a motion to pay Pay Request #1 to Korte Luitjohan in the amount of $62,514 for the high service pump replacement.
7:25:09 PM Gulledge Asked for a second to the motion. Second was made by Garcia. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:25:41 PM Kostyshock Made a motion to pay Pay Request #3 to Petroff Trucking in the amount of $12,660.66 for Old Town Roadway Improvements.
7:25:58 PM Gulledge Asked for a second to the motion. Second was made by Schmidt. Commented this amount takes the project up to the 20th of February. There were no other questions or comments. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes ;Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:26:39 PM Gulledge Went to New Business/Trustees Comments.
7:26:50 PM Schmidt Stated yesterday they had the first meeting with the Illinois Representative of AT&T. Stated those present were he, Mayor, Trustee Bell, and Public Works Director Presson. Stated they conducted general discussion on procedures, project percentages of homes they will initially cover, estimated time frames for the first phase of the project, and preliminary contractual items. Commented it was a very positive meeting. Commented AT&T is eager to get started. Stated based on preliminary figures for subscription prices, the savings to residents will be substantial. Commented he is sure the service will be better than that given by Charter. Stated they are waiting for faxes of items the Mayor requested, after which they will schedule the next meeting.
7:28:31 PM Callahan Asked if there is a time frame.
7:28:35 PM Schmidt Responded it will start from when the Village indicates they can begin.
7:28:46 PM Bell Responded Phase One by the end of this year.
7:28:52 PM Garcia Asked if it will be in particular areas or throughout the Village.
7:28:59 PM Schmidt Answered the representative spoke in generalities. Stated more information will be coming including maps of where they will start.
7:29:09 PM Callahan Asked if they have to install fiber optics first.
7:29:14 PM Bell Explained they will be installing new cabinets where existing cabinets are. Explained fiber optics are already in new subdivisions. Stated they will be offering phone, DSL, and a video package with which they hope to compete with cable. Stated they will also offer wireless, as they now own Cingular as well.
7:29:51 PM Gulledge Thanked Schmidt for his comments. Went to Trustee Bell.
7:29:56 PM Bell Commented the Water Clerk and Public Works Director have been working to get the online bill pay function working. Stated the system is set up with the state, and they are waiting on him to place the link on the Village's website. Presson commented they have received their first payment using the system that day. Explained residents will be able to get to the system from the link on the Village website. Commented there is a convenience charge through the State.
7:30:51 PM Gulledge Thanked Trustee Bell for his comments. Went to Callahan.
7:31:00 PM Callahan Asked whether they should have included a copy of the new information form with the new pages to the handbook distributed to the employees.
7:31:18 PM Gulledge Explained the insurance representative handles that part of the procedure.
7:31:28 PM Callahan Asked if the form is part of the handbook.
7:31:40 PM Wigginton Answered it is not now, but can be included.
7:31:42 PM Gulledge Commented they have not yet received the form from the insurance group.
7:31:49 PM Callahan Commented his opinion it should be included in the handbook.
7:31:55 PM Gulledge Commented they will get it to the employees.
7:32:00 PM Callahan Stated there was a Community Improvement Board meeting held last Monday night. Explained he has a list of recommendations. Invited Angela Schardan to the podium to answer any questions. Explained they have short term, mid term and long range projects; the list he will present are short-term projects.
7:33:32 PM Angela Schardan 505 Birch Lane, Maryville.
7:33:39 PM Callahan Commented the recommendations are not in any particular order. Stated Recommendation #1 is a project called Safe Routes to School, in which Tracy Fenton is involved. Explained grants are available, the purpose of which is to establish safe routes for school children to travel to and from school. Stated the MCIB will be involved with the required travel plan which is due by May 31st and must be submitted prior to the application for grant funds. Explained the Board has broken into sub-committees: (1) Jo Benker is heading a committee to explore new welcome signs to the Village, involving locations, design plans and bids. (2) Several members are interested in starting a "welcome wagon". (3) Nancy Shoup is heading the committee for pocket landscaping for beautification around the Village Hall, library, etc. Commented Presson noted they cannot get too lavish as maintenance becomes an issue. (4) MCIB will establish a relationship with the Khoury League for a coordination effort on Opening Day activities; Scott Allen will be the head of this committee. Stated the sixth project is a letter of introduction from the MCIB to local businesses seeking feedback and support; Angela Schardan, Jack Kime, Rollin Bardsley, and Andy Dressel will be on this committee and would like to deliver such letters in person. Commented there are other ideas; however the MCIB wanted to give the Board this initial list of short-term projects. Commented all items will come to the Board for approval. Commented they will be working on a budget. Invited questions be posed to Angela Schardan.
7:36:56 PM Gulledge Commented he also attended the meeting, and this is a good group.
7:37:05 PM Bell Asked what the Safe Routes to School project consists of.
7:37:19 PM Schardan Commented it mainly has to do with installing sidewalks, establishing safe-houses along the school routes, making crosswalks safer, involving the community.
7:37:53 PM Gulledge Commented on project ideas of reflective lighting in the walkway of the crosswalk and using police officers to try to slow down drivers on West Main.
7:38:15 PM Angela Commented this is not a MCIB initiated project; they want to be part of the Village's team to lend support, but Fenton, Chief Schardan and the school are the main part of the team.
7:38:39 PM Garcia Commented the MCIB is "on fire" and they will see some changes made in the community.
7:38:49 PM Angela Commented her thanks for the support of the Board.
7:38:55 PM Gulledge Thanked Schardan. Went to Kostyshock's comments.
7:38:59 PM Kostyshock Commented on the high electric rates from Ameren. Cited examples of his neighbors raised rates by double or triple previous bills. Asked if there is anything the Village Board can do to help residents.
7:40:11 PM Callahan Commented they need to call the State Senator and Governor.
7:40:27 PM Gulledge Commented he has contacted a few people at the State level to voice his opinion. Commented this decision came out of the House, so if they want to see rates frozen or rolled back for constituents, they need to contact Senator Bill Haine and Governor Blagoevich. Explained the State Representatives have turned it over to the Senate which is where the problem was before.
7:41:17 PM Limberg Commented the situation is bad for residents as well as business owners.
7:41:25 PM Gulledge Commented there are people going out of business. Commented on an article in the Troy Tribune regarding a grocery store that must close, as he can't afford the bill. Commented on a personal level, his mother's bill has gone from $130 to over $300. Explained his mother keeps her thermostat at 65 to 68 degrees. Thanked Kostyshock for his comments.
7:41:58 PM Gulledge Went to Calendar updates. Commented on the Economic Development Committee meeting Monday; Park Committee meeting on the 19th; Planning Commission has no items for the agenda, but will hold the date open in case something comes up; Chicken and Beer Dance on the 24th; commented the firemen need to bring tickets to the Board meetings; Kostyshock commented on the museum meeting on the 15th at 7:00 p.m.; with no further comments on March, Mayor went to April; commented on election day on the 17th; invited other comments.
7:43:07 PM Schmidt Commented on behalf of Village Clerk Long, the last day to register to vote is March 20th at the Village Hall during normal business hours. Commented closer to the date, Clerk Long generally sets up a Saturday as well.
7:43:28 PM Gulledge Commented she may not be able to this year, as she is ill; however Comptroller Brussatti is in during the day.
7:43:38 PM Brussatti Commented they will be going to the nursing homes as a courtesy.
7:43:54 PM Gulledge Asked for other comments on Calendar Updates. There were none. Went to staff reports.
7:44:06 PM Flaugher Gave Building and Zoning month-end reports, as follows: Total of 8 permits issues; 1 single family residence; 2 accessory buildings; 1 addition to a residence; 2 sign permits; 2 electrical permits; total fees collected of $1,818.88; year to date fees collected $6,862.03; total estimated valuation of new construction was $329,000; year to date estimated valuation of $2,179,000. Commented February was down, but March has already started off busy.
7:45:03 PM Gulledge Invited questions regarding Building and Zoning.  There were none.
7:45:06 PM Flaugher Gave Fire Department month end report as follows: 57 responses; 41 for EMS; 7 structural fires; 1 vehicle fire; 1 motor vehicle crash; 2 carbon monoxide calls; 2 investigations; 3 stand-by for other municipalities; of the 57 calls, 36 were within Village limits; 11 within Fire Protection District; 10 were mutual aid assists to neighboring communities.
7:45:43 PM Schmidt Asked that he put yearly totals on the Fire Department reports, similar to the Building and Zoning Reports.
7:45:56 PM Flaugher Stated he will. Commented the Fire Department's fiscal year begins December 1. Stated he does not know an exact number; however he believes that are in the mid-200 range for the year already.
7:46:14 PM Callahan Asked the status of the generator.
7:46:18 PM Flaugher Stated he is working with a representative from Mike's in South Roxana and have a spec together. Commented they hope to get it out for bid soon.
7:46:32 PM Gulledge Thanked Flaugher. Asked Presson to discuss Public Works.
7:46:44 PM Presson Gave monthly water report: 21,751,000 gallons treated; 6 current residential services for the month and 16 for the year; 221 general work orders for the month and 451 for the year; 12 leaks found and repaired this month and 21 for the year; 42 meters replaced this month and 73 for the year; 4 sewer inspections this month and 12 for the year; no GPS points were collected for the past two months, as it is being repaired and is due back today or tomorrow. Commented the two (2) park pavilions should be up and operational within two (2) weeks.
7:47:34 PM Gulledge Invited questions.
7:47:37 PM Callahan Commented on a notice he received from the Water Department when they read the meter and noticed he had excessive use; he was not aware an outside faucet was left running. Thanked Presson and commented his appreciation for this service.
7:47:58 PM Gulledge Went to Public Service Officer report.
7:48:10 PM Jones Gave month end report as follows: 33 contacts; 11 written; 4 citations; 14 duties performed; 4 animals; 2 Madison County Animal Control; 11 cases pending.
7:48:25 PM Gulledge Asked for questions.
7:48:28 PM Schmidt Asked the status of the Bibko property.
7:48:30 PM Jones Stated he talked to him a week ago. Explained he was out of town and also got a new phone number and address, which is why they had trouble contacting him. Stated he got all of the limbs picked up and some of the trash; however the property off of Perry is still being worked on.
7:48:59 PM Schmidt Asked if the area along West Division is brush line. He was told yes. Asked if they require him to clear the brush out there.
7:49:16 PM Jones Commented he only sent him a notice on trash and debris thrown in the area.
7:49:29 PM Schmidt Commented the underbrush catches trash. Commented they need to get the underbrush cleared to stop the problem.
7:49:39 PM Jones Commented it will always be a problem, as people dump trash at the site.
7:49:48 PM Bell Asked the status of the lot at Second Street and Lange.
7:50:00 PM Gulledge Commented this is Bill Elliot's old house that was foreclosed. Explained they are trying to deal with the bank. Stated if they are unable to get cooperation, they will need to post a notice on the door and clean it up. Commented with the backlog of work in Public Works, he does not want to add it to the list, but if they have to they will. Commented they have received complaints and may need to get the attorney involved. Asked for other questions or comments.
7:50:53 PM Callahan Thanked Jones for attending the MCIB meeting. Jones commented he is excited about this Board.
7:51:08 PM Gulledge Asked for other questions.
7:51:11 PM Garcia Asked the status of the house on West Main that was to be demolished.
7:51:19 PM Wigginton Responded they have a court appearance set in March.
7:51:26 PM Gulledge Went to Police Department Report.
7:51:40 PM Schardan Gave month end report as follows: 259 calls for service; 8 accidents; 132 traffic citations issued.
7:51:56 PM Gulledge Asked for questions. There were none. Thanked Chief. Went to Comptroller Brussatti. No report; no questions.
7:52:15 PM Gulledge Went to Business from the Floor. Commented Wayne White is in attendance, who is a Maryville resident and a Unit 10 School District Board Member Candidate. Explained White requested to address the Board tonight.
7:52:47 PM Wayne White 2304 Fieldpoint, Maryville, Illinois. Thanked Board for the opportunity to address. Commented he has lived in Maryville for eleven (11) years, and is a police officer for Glen Carbon. Stated he is a product of Unit 10 school system. Stated all three of his children are in Unit 10. Commented there are incentive programs for him to move to Glen Carbon; however his roots are in the Collinsville School District, and that is where he chooses to stay. Commented his opinion there is room for improvement in the District. Commented they need to make schools safer and to improve the image. Commented the teachers do a good job; however they are not recognized or compensated the way they should be. Stated it is important to keep good teachers in the District, and have a safe environment for children. Commented the Village of Maryville needs a voice on the School Board, as there are currently no members from Maryville. Commented his opinion Maryville has the best elementary school in the District. Commented his excitement regarding the Safe Routes to School project. Commented he would very much like the Board's support.
7:55:10 PM Gulledge Thanked White for coming. Invited other public input.
7:55:17 PM Lawrence Oberkfell 125 Third Street, Maryville. Commented some of his questions have been answered during the course of the meeting. Commented on the dead-end street, Donk; Petroff has done a bad job. Commented the new guttering is chipped and cracked. Asked if they plan to leave it this way. Commented dirt is still in their yards, and they have dumped more with rocks and concrete mixed in within the last week
7:56:14 PM Kostyshock Responded the cracked curbs and gutters will be replaced. Commented there is also a sidewalk that is damaged which will also be replaced.
7:56:35 PM Gulledge Added the Village does a final walk through before payoff of any contractor. Explained there is a punch list of items that must be completed before final payment. Commented on the rock and debris that has been dumped; he has seen the problem and promises it will be cleaned up. Explained the owner was in Florida. Explained the Mayor's office has sent written correspondence regarding the issue of clean up. Commented they are supposed to be following a State guideline for this project, which specifically states no fill dirt can be dumped in residents' yards. Stated they have a meeting set up as soon as the owner returns from Florida.
7:57:47 PM Oberkfell Commented his reason for bringing up the guttering issue is because it looks as if they plan to pour the sidewalks by tomorrow or the next day, and will likely have to replace the guttering after the fact.
7:58:31 PM Gulledge Commented he does not disagree with Oberkfell. Commented they will not pay twice for worked performed. Commented unfortunately they are having some problems. Reiterated the plan for a meeting as soon as the owner gets back from Florida.
7:58:50 PM Oberkfell Commented he is hearing two different sets of facts from contractors and Village representatives. Commented Petroff's office will not talk to him.
7:59:15 PM Gulledge Suggests he contact Presson with issues, who will keep a list of problems and facilitate conversations that way. Commented they are aware of the issues and will try to resolve them. Commented his appreciation for addressing the Board.
7:59:58 PM Gulledge Asked for other public input. There was none.
8:00:03 PM Gulledge Went to Mayor's comments. Stated he would like to make some appointments. Stated the MCIB lost two members and he would like to appoint replacements as follows: First, he would like to appoint Toni Geisen, 813 Woodland Drive in Copper Creek Subdivision to finish out the three-year term of Cheryl Ridgeway. Motion was made by Callahan and seconded by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
8:01:23 PM Gulledge Next, would like to appoint Ann Barron, 6112 Keebler Oaks Drive, Maryville, to finish out the two-year term of John Ridgeway. Motion was made by Callahan and seconded by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
8:02:00 PM Gulledge 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.
8:02:22 PM   The meeting ended.

Respectfully submitted,

Thelma Long, Village Clerk

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