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Village of Maryville, Illinois

Description Caucus Minutes
Date6/28/2006 Location Council Chamber
Time Speaker Note
6:29:59 PM Gulledge Called the Caucus meeting of Wednesday, June 28, 2006 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 Callahan, Kostyshock and Garcia. Schmidt and Bell were absent; Limberg arrived later. Also in attendance were Clerk Long, Attorney Wigginton, Comptroller Brussatti, three (3) reporters and five (5) citizens.
6:31:34 PM Gulledge Called for approval of the June 14th Caucus minutes. He asked if there were any questions, additions or subtractions to the minutes as prepared by the Clerk. There were none. Motion to place the minutes on file was made by Kostyshock and seconded by Callahan. Voting on the motion: Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes; Gulledge- yes. Motion carried.
6:32:24 PM Gulledge Went to first agenda item to discuss possible changes on faucets and toilet tissue dispensers at the Firemen's Park restrooms. Stated he provided a quote that the architectural firm Henderson acquired. Commented he is not in favor of paying $2,000. Stated his opinion that they should wait and if they experience problems, Village staff can perform the work. Garcia asked if it was part of the original bid. Mayor answered no. Callahan commented he thought it was supposed to be. Mayor explained the Village told them they wanted the automatic turn-off faucets; the architects notes said the Village wanted the safety feature that makes the faucets unable to be broken off. Stated technically, that is what these faucets are; however they are not what the Village intended. He explained these do not automatically shut off, but must be manually turned off. Commented unless someone else wants to do this, he is not in favor of spending the money. Callahan asked if the quote shows how much the faucets are. Gulledge answered no; it only notes that installation at Drost Park and Firemen's Park is $2,000. Kostyshock commented that is too much. Callahan commented Henderson would likely keep the old faucets, as well. Gulledge commented he wasn't sure, but would guess that is how it would work. The decision was made to go with the faucets as installed and see how it works out.
6:35:04 PM Garcia Asked if the sinks had plugs to where they could be plugged and the water turned on, allowing them to overflow.
6:35:12 PM Gulledge Answered something could be forced into the drain, but there are also floor drains.
6:35:21 PM Callahan Asked if there is any way to find out what the faucets cost.
6:35:28 PM Gulledge Answered they can now, as they have identification on them. Commented the Police Department is supposed to be checking the restrooms before closing them up every evening at night-fall and opening them every morning; however he would feel more comfortable if they were fixed by the Village. Stated he will find out the exact cost per faucet. All Trustees agreed.
6:36:04 PM Gulledge Went to next item, Estimated Revenues and Appropriations. Commented he spoke with Schmidt regarding the issue, and asked him to call with any problems with the information, as he is not in attendance at the meeting. Stated he, Brussatti, Long, and Henry worked on this to come up with the figures. Stated he will discuss the Anticipated Revenues first. Asked if the Trustees received a corrected copy. Long stated she handed them out. Gulledge indicated the copy should say 6/28/06, and be marked "Corrected" in the top left-hand corner. He explained starting with the left-hand column, what is shown is what was anticipated; the next column shows what was actually received; the third column shows whether they were over or under in the anticipation. Commented Wigginton thinks they do a pretty good job on this project, because it is simply estimation as is shown with the licenses and permits, donations, grants, etc. Stated the far right-hand column shows what is anticipated this year; many of these numbers are based off the same numbers used in the demonstration budget. Commented the bottom line is not too far off between what was anticipated and what was received. Stated they were off a couple hundred thousand dollars last year in anticipation. Commented on the next page showing WSOM anticipated revenues, which they feel is realistic. Stated they are figuring they will receive approximately $500,000 more than received in 05/06. Stated Brussatti, Long and he will try to answer any questions. Stated a Public Hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 19, 2006 regarding the Appropriation Ordinance.
6:39:35 PM Wigginton Read into the record the revenues anticipated from each category (copy attached).
6:41:24 PM Gulledge Asked if there were any questions or comments.
6:41:41 PM Callahan Commented regarding ambulance fees that he thought a lot of the money received for the past year was for back-bills from the billing agency. He asked if they are anticipating additional back-bills.
6:42:29 PM Gulledge Responded they are still collecting some, but the majority of the figure is due to the ambulance service being so much busier than it used to be, including mutual assistance calls. Stated they thought about $80,000 and $100,000 and after including Flaugher in the discussions, settled somewhere in the middle. He commented that the anticipated figure is $748 less than last year's figure basically because they think they have received much of the back-bill money. There were no other questions or comments. Went to the next item, Appropriations Ordinance, and turned the discussion over to Attorney.
6:43:28 PM Wigginton Explained this is an annual ordinance that will be addressed July 19th at the regular meeting, for which there will be a Public Hearing preceding. Stated the administration has now got the process down to "an art form" in terms of categorizing the figures, which is very helpful. Explained the appropriation ordinance acts as a cap on the amount a municipality can spend within a given category. Stated in the event the municipality has to exceed that amount, they would have to amend the appropriation ordinance, or pass a supplemental appropriation ordinance. Stated because it acts as a cap, the figures are typically inflated beyond what is needed or what is anticipated to be needed. Stated municipalities that act under an appropriations ordinance establish very high ceilings. Explained these numbers do not mean the Village will actually spend this amount; only that the amount is the legal limit the Village can spend for any given category. Stated this ordinance is in its final draft, but may have slight changes after the Public Hearing and before passage. Read the amount appropriated under each department and gave the grand total (copy attached). Reiterated this will be put in the form of an ordinance that will be the subject of a Public Hearing and discussion at the regular Village Board Meeting on July 19th.
6:47:39 PM Gulledge Asked if there were any questions.
6:47:42 PM Kostyshock Asked regarding utilities staying the same; commented his understanding that the electric companies are going to deregulate the utilities this year, so he anticipates the costs increasing the same as gas.
6:48:05 PM Gulledge Answered they took that into consideration by adding twenty percent to the number they estimated.
6:48:23 PM Garcia Commented that each town has an appropriation. She asked if real estate taxes come from appropriations.
6:48:37 PM Wigginton Answered no. Stated this is just a cap on spending and has no relationship to property tax bills.
6:48:52 PM Garcia Commented if this were the case and the figures are inflated, it would not be fair to taxpayers because the total amount is never spent.
6:48:57 PM Wigginton Reiterated it has no relationship.
6:49:16 PM Gulledge Asked for other questions. There were none. Stated this item will be on the agenda for the July 19th meeting. Went to the next item, Health Insurance Rate Quotes. Asked Brussatti and Garcia to discuss the issue.
6:49:27 PM Garcia Commented copies were provided to the Board. She asked Brussatti to explain how the rates have gone up and what the employees will likely be asked to pay.
6:50:33 PM Brussatti Stated there is a 17.25% rate increase over last year, so he rough-calculated what the anticipated increase would be based on a 50% increase passed on to the employees. He asked if there were questions.
6:50:58 PM Gulledge Commented his understanding that for a single person, the cost went up by $79 per month, of which the Village will ask the employees to contribute $39.50.
6:51:13 PM Brussatti Answered that would be the figure for a 50% increase to the employee. Stated the single employee currently pays $67.00 per month for health insurance. Stated with the 50% increase, the employee would pay $106.50 per month. Stated each category is broken down this way: Employee Plus One is another rate, and Employee Family Plan is a third rate.
6:52:03 PM Gulledge Commented the Board cannot pass this tonight, but can discuss the recommendation.
6:52:06 PM Brussatti Commented his understanding that the Village policy currently in effect says the cost can be increased to the employee up to 50% of the total increase in monthly premiums.
6:52:19 PM Gulledge Answered that is correct.
6:52:21 PM Callahan Commented his understanding that they deleted that clause two (2) years ago.
6:52:33 PM Gulledge Answered they would have to check.
6:52:34 PM Garcia Commented they raised the cost 50% last year.
6:52:36 PM Callahan Commented it used to say they could only raise it 50%, but he believes they eliminated that statement. Stated a single employee insurance cost is $6,492 per year, a single employee with children is $12,468 per year, and family is $16,104. Stated here is a $5 per hour difference between an individual that uses single insurance versus an individual that uses family insurance. Stated they are not allowed to discriminate, but the $5 difference is considerable. Stated this is one of the reasons he always suggested they not tag the individual, because they are already helping out. Stated they did not start charging individuals for insurance until two (2) years ago, whereas they have been charging family coverage for five (5) years, which is why their number is quite a bit bigger than the individual number.
6:53:54 PM Gulledge Commented this came up last year. Stated he cannot vote since he is affected by it, but he knows it was a close vote last year.
6:54:13 PM Callahan Stated the Board decided to charge the single individual just as much. Stated the entire reason for starting five (5) years ago to pass along the cost is the knowledge that these increases will continue. Commented there will be a ten to twenty percent (10-20%) rate increase in health insurance rates probably as far as can be seen into the future. Explained his opinion that they should not be tagging the individual for insurance.
6:54:50 PM Limberg Arrived and was seated.
6:54:58 PM Gulledge Explained for the benefit of Trustee Limberg, that Callahan has the floor for the discussion of the health insurance rate increase.
6:55:07 PM Callahan Continued his discussion. Stated his opinion that they need to pass along the expense for use of family insurance, as it is such an excess benefit over the single insurance. Stated he has always thought they should not be charging the single employee for their share of the insurance.
6:55:53 PM Gulledge Commented on the decision five (5) years ago to offer any employee choosing not to take insurance an extra fifty (50) cents per hour. Commented most who elect this are on their spouse's or some other sort of plan. Stated what he thinks Callahan is trying to say is they are trying to get as many people off the family plan as possible.
6:56:30 PM Callahan Stated he has been in favor in the past of raising that number because he knows there are employees that use the Village's insurance that don't need it. Stated this results in spending $12,000 to $16,000 on something that they would not have to give that person, as they don't really need it. Stated if they have some incentive of a couple of dollars per hour not to take the insurance, if one other person takes the incentive the Village has saved all the money they are paying those three people. Stated a single person's insurance is over $600 per month and there are only 170 hours in a month. Stated he is not sure whether they can do that legally.
6:57:46 PM Gulledge Commented they do it now by giving the fifty (50) cents per hour. Clarified with Brussatti that there are five (5) employees taking advantage of this incentive.
6:58:05 PM Callahan Commented most of this increase is not for insurance, but is due to people that go to the hospital that don't carry insurance, for which the insurance companies have to pay. Stated he has had discussions with Mayor regarding the possibility of searching for a new carrier. Commented his opinion that they would get a great rate for the first year. Gulledge commented they have already done that. Callahan commented in that case they may have a couple of employees that are not insurable, for which they will have to provide a policy; and then after the first year, the rates will be back up. Clarified that this is State insurance. He was told yes. Stated it is supposed to be not-for-profit, and look how expensive it is.
6:59:15 PM Brussatti Commented, as in previous years, the deductibles are also being raised as of July 1st.
6:59:31 PM Callahan Asked if they offer any level of insurance, i.e., a plan with a bigger deductible.
6:59:48 PM Brussatti Answered no; they have one plan for which the employee chooses a PPO or an HMO. Stated the PPO is more expensive both for the Village and the employee, so basically no one has chosen it. Commented the coverage under the HMO is very good, but the premiums have sky-rocketed.
7:00:28 PM Callahan Commented these figures are not out of line with what the private sector is paying.
7:00:57 PM Brussatti Stated they have gone out for bids before, which came in a little bit less expensive; however the coverage was not as good and there were five (5) employees at the time that they would not insure for the first twelve (12) months which could be devastating for those employees.
7:01:18 PM Callahan Summarized his comments, saying they must have insurance and he does not believe they could get it much cheaper. Stated his opinion that the expense of the insurance should be passed on to the employee plus one and employee with family more in fairness to the single coverage because it is so much cheaper.
7:01:49 PM Gulledge Clarified that what Callahan is saying is not to pass on the increase to single coverage; but split the increases on the employee plus one and the employee plus family.
7:02:06 PM Callahan Answered yes, but he would also point out that at some point in the future he does not believe they can afford to pay 50%.
7:02:18 PM Garcia Asked if that would be discriminatory.
7:02:22 PM Callahan Answered they have done it in the past.
7:02:33 PM Garcia Commented they don't want to penalize people because they have a family.
7:02:36 PM Callahan Commented the Village is the one that is being penalized.
7:02:38 PM Garcia Answered the taxpayer's are too.
7:02:43 PM Wigginton Commented he will have to check into whether they can separate the costs this way. Stated he believes they have always passed the cost along in equal shares. Callahan maintained they did not charge the single employee anything until two (2) years ago. Wigginton reiterated that he would check on it.
7:03:07 PM Gulledge Commented that does not mean that the Board has to do it this year, Callahan is simply commenting his opinion. Stated he knows that other communities give insurance for single and charge for other. He asked for other comments or questions.
7:03:36 PM Callahan Commented they have talked about what he doesn't want to do; however no one has really said what they want to do. Stated his belief that technically they could pass along the entire 100% to the employees. Reiterated his feeling that they should not charge the single, and is open-ended about whether to charge the other as to the percentage to charge.
7:04:18 PM Brussatti Stated originally they were charging the employee for one-third of the premium; after that the policy was not to exceed fifty (50) percent of the increase of the premium. Stated this is where they are currently on the Family Plan and the Employee Plus One.
7:04:58 PM Garcia Commented a lot of companies are going to a policy where they reduce the monthly payment but they have high deductibles.
7:05:11 PM Brussatti Commented being a local government they don't have that option; they have to take the major medical, the vision, the dental and the prescription. Stated none can be excluded; it is taken all or none. Garcia asked if there is a high-deductible option. Brussatti answered no; the highest deductible currently is $200 for out-patient procedures as of July 1, 2006.
7:05:41 PM Gulledge Asked the Trustees' opinion. Commented the rate goes up July 1st, and something must be done at a Board Meeting.
7:05:50 PM Garcia Stated first they need to find out what they can legally do.
7:05:55 PM Wigginton Commented the only question he had was are they treating the family people different than the individual. Stated if there is a rate justification, they can do that. Stated he is hearing, at least from Callahan, that is what he would like to do. Stated something must be done at the next meeting.
7:06:17 PM Gulledge Commented it goes up July 1st. Stated he wants to make sure whatever they decide is right and certainly wants to hear Schmidt's and Bell's comments, because this effects all but five employees. Stated his question is do they want to vote on this on July 5th and try to work it out at a meeting, or do they want to discuss it more at the first Caucus meeting in July. He asked Brussatti if they don't approve anything until the 19th whether it would affect the premiums.
7:07:15 PM Brussatti Stated they have to pay the premium by the 20th of each month, so when they get the statement the new rate will be on it. Stated it is currently set up to come out of the second pay of the previous month and the first pay of July in order to have enough money to pay the premium in July. Commented they did that last year as well; the cost was passed on to the employer until it was fixed.
7:07:54 PM Callahan Commented they pay in two-week increments, so they pay twenty-six payments instead of twenty-four.
7:08:03 PM Brussatti Commented it only comes out the last pay and first pay of each month, it is not broken into twenty-six pay periods.
7:08:18 PM Gulledge Asked if it would be all right to give the two absent Board members a chance to be heard at a Caucus and wait to take action on the 19th. The Trustees agreed.
7:08:35 PM Garcia Commented her opinion that it is unfair to penalize the employee with children and have to pay more than single because if you look at it like that you could say the young married with children may not have as many bills; the older group that is in single may have more hospitalization and run it up more than the children. Summarized you can't really argue that point.
7:09:03 PM Gulledge Commented his opinion that what Callahan means is the Village is trying to encourage people. Garcia interjected and said she is not sure that is the right way to do it. Gulledge commented he is not saying it is, but he does see Callahan's point.
7:09:26 PM Callahan Commented if you look at it in terms of being fair or unfair, it is grossly unfair that the single individual doing the same job as the next employee with family insurance has less benefits; so the family employee's benefits are $5 more per hour.
7:09:41 PM Garcia Answered that employee is paying $300 more per month than the single.
7:09:43 PM Callahan Argued that the Village is paying $5 more per hour difference between the single individual and the family employee.
7:09:52 PM Garcia Argued you can't look at that at an hourly rate.
7:09:59 PM Gulledge Commented on a question Long raised, saying if you look at it that way the single person is being discriminated against too because they are not getting as much benefit as the family people. More arguments were made to defend each point. Gulledge interjected that they are going to discuss this at the next Caucus and hold some type of vote on July 19th. The Trustees agreed. He thanked Brussatti and excused him from the meeting.
7:11:04 PM Gulledge Went to next item, Old Newsboys' Day. Stated this is annual request. Stated this is a great organization but doesn't see how they can allow them to sell newspapers on the corners where they have denied same to businesses that help year-round.  Commented it is also a safety issue with the five-lane highway. Stated his opinion that it is no different than denying the Lion's Club request.
7:12:04 PM Callahan Clarified that the three groups that have been allowed to do this in the past are no longer allowed. He was told that is correct. Commented if it was not allowed for them, it should not be for the Old Newsboys.
7:12:32 PM Gulledge Agreed.
7:12:42 PM Limberg Commented the traffic will continue to increase, not decrease.
7:12:52 PM Gulledge Agreed. All Trustees agreed as well. Went to Public Input. There was none. Went to Calendar Updates. Commented on the Movie in the Park event scheduled for June 30th, at which the movie to be shown is "ET". Stated they will also ask those in attendance to vote on a movie for the following month. Commented one of the local businesses will be donating free popcorn; invited residents to bring a soda cooler; no alcohol will be permitted. Kostyshock commented that Bobby's will also be donating ice cream. Went to July. Commented on the Homecoming Celebration scheduled for July 7th and 8th; the Economic Development Committee meeting on the 14th; Library meeting on the 11th; Park meeting on the 17th; Planning Commission meeting on the 24th; Movie in the Park on the 28th.
7:15:20 PM Callahan Commented on Schmidt's Mayoral Event on July 8th.
7:15:27 PM Gulledge Commented it is by invitation only. Explained Schmidt has done a good job on the event. Commented they are little nervous regarding how they will fit everyone in the Council Chamber. Stated the luncheon is scheduled immediately following the ceremony at the Senior's Center. Explained this event is in recognition of all the former Mayors. Commented there are only two living; however the others' families will be in attendance as representatives. Commented they are coming in from all over the country. Stated they will have an unveiling of pictures of all the past Mayor's mounted on the back wall. Commented that Limberg and Schmidt will be hanging pictures this Saturday at 8:00 a.m., if anyone is interested in helping. Commented Schmidt has arranged cars for the families to be in the Saturday Night Homecoming Parade. Callahan asked if he got pictures of all the Mayors. Gulledge answered yes. Commented they had trouble finding one, but finally found a picture through a neighbor who happened to be Limberg's Aunt. Stated the celebration is by invitation, and all of the Trustees and their spouses' are invited to attend. Went on to To Do List. Asked for comments on Page One (1). Commented regarding Parks and the $8,000 maximum recyclable equipment grant listed, which is for park benches, picnic benches, bike racks, trash containers, etc.: The Village received a letter the previous day notifying them that they were awarded this grant. Stated this is an 80/20 split grant. Went to Page two (2). Commented on the wood- chipper grant: Stated they received the wood-chipper, which is also an 80/20 split for $19,800, of which the Village came up with approximately $4,000.
7:19:12 PM Callahan Asked about the Super-Size Pavilion project status.
7:19:17 PM Gulledge Answered that is on the Park Committee's To-Do List. Stated they have not forgotten about it, and Bell will not remove the item from the list as he is afraid the Mayor will forget about it. Asked for other comments on Page two (2). There were none. Went to Page three (3). There were no comments. Went to Trustee Comments.
7:19:58 PM Limberg Commented the Planning Commission met Monday night for which there were a couple of items on the agenda; however the only one really discussed was the First National Bank development plan. Stated there were a few items that Juneau and Associates had listed, but nothing detrimental to approval of the plan. Stated the curbing problem was taken care of; the grading plan was taken care of. Stated John Dutton reviewed all of the problems and stated they had been resolved. Stated the only question from the Planning Commission was regarding whether Flaugher had reviewed the landscaping section of the development plan. Stated no one could answer that question, as Flaugher was not in attendance at the meeting. Stated he has received a memo from Flaugher regarding this issue indicating he has reviewed the item and it is in compliance with Code. Stated the item needs to be placed on the agenda for the July 5th meeting.
7:22:28 PM Gulledge Clarified the Planning Commission approved sending it to the Board with the only stipulation that Flaugher had checked that the landscaping and building plans were in compliance; according to Flaugher they are. Stated Limberg is recommending the item be placed on the Board Meeting agenda for July 5th for final approval.
7:23:10 PM Callahan Asked what is on the back or west side of the lot. He was told it was woods.
7:23:17 PM Gulledge Clarified that Callahan meant the south side, which is the Quick Shop. Callahan pointed on the plan to the area he meant. Gulledge answered there is nothing there yet; however there will be four to five more lots there that the First National Bank of Staunton has under their control. Commented the current plan is a one-lot development.
7:23:47 PM Callahan Asked how much space is between the properties, indicating them on the plan.
7:23:56 PM Gulledge Answered the whole parcel was just under six (6) acres, and the bank is a little over two (2), so somewhere around four (4).
7:24:13 PM Limberg Explained the building to be built is approximately 5,000 square feet, which is four-times as big as the building they are currently in. Callahan clarified this is the bank next to Fireside Inn. He was told that is correct.
7:24:26 PM Garcia Indicated locations on the plan, asking where the entrance was. Mayor showed her on the plans and explained all entrances and exits were approved by IDOT. Limberg commented that Bobby's has agreed to share their entrance, which IDOT has also approved. More comments were made regarding the building.
7:25:51 PM Limberg Stated there were two (2) other items on the Planning Commission agenda; however the people were not prepared and both items were tabled. Gulledge commented they are the Villa Marie Winery and Lot 3 Executive Plaza.
7:26:09 PM Callahan Asked about three annexations that are being worked on. Stated he knows were the Moore is, but asked the location of the H&L and STL.
7:26:24 PM Gulledge Answered the STL is the one that was discussed across from Cambridge House; the H&L is on Pleasant Ridge Road, which is the property about which Forest Lerch addressed the Board, that is just north of the interstate on the west side of Pleasant Ridge Road.
7:26:50 PM Limberg Commented those have not yet been presented.
7:26:51 PM Gulledge Commented they do not yet have everything together for Wigginton to review, after which he will bring them to the Board.
7:27:05 PM Kostyshock Gave an update on the easements for old town: They have the last fifteen to hand out, which will be done today and tomorrow. Stated the rest of the easements are out to sign, and now they will work on getting them back. Stated he hasn't heard that anyone does not plan to sign. Next, commented that the Movie in the Park Event starts at 9:00 p.m. Next, commented on the good work the Master Gardeners' are doing in Drost Park. Encouraged everyone to go out to view it and gave directions to the park. Gulledge commented residents will be getting the Gazette shortly, in which directions are included.  Next, commented they are still getting donations for the Museum and will continue to accept donations. Stated they will try to have the museum open for a few hours weekly. Next, reminded Mayor of the barbeque for the Master Gardeners' scheduled for July 11th.
7:30:19 PM Garcia Asked when they would enforce speed limits on Route 159.
7:30:58 PM Gulledge Answered they are doing their best; they have been in contact with IDOT. Stated the ribbon cutting scheduled for Monday was cancelled. Stated he, Presson and the Chief called IDOT to inform them there were no permanent speed limit signs. Stated they promised the Village would have them by Friday of this week. Stated the Police Department is out and doing their best. Stated the speed limit is supposed to stay at thirty-five (35) miles per hour.
7:31:14 PM Callahan Asked if there is an ordinance against parking a car at each end of town and leaving it there.
7:31:18 PM Gulledge Stated he made the suggestion to the Chief. Suggested Callahan should mention it as well.
7:31:24 PM Garcia Suggested a machine that shows motorists how fast they are going.
7:31:26 PM Gulledge Answered Schardan requested one be brought in this week.
7:31:38 PM Garcia Asked if subdivision streets must be concrete.
7:31:47 PM Gulledge Answered according to ordinance, they can be concrete or asphalt.
7:31:49 PM Garcia Asked where that information can be found on the internet.
7:31:55 PM Gulledge Answered at the Village website under the Subdivision Code.
7:32:04 PM Callahan Commented normally if you type in a phrase such as "concrete street" it will show all the different places the phrase shows up.
7:32:17 PM Gulledge Had no comment, other than a request for a short Closed Session meeting for personnel issues. Stated while anyone is welcome to stay, no action will be taken after this Closed Session meeting.
7:32:45 PM Wigginton Stated the purpose for the Closed Session is to discuss the appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of a specific employee of the public body pursuant to 5ILCS120/2c1.
7:33:03 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to go into Closed Session. Motion was made by Limberg and seconded by Garcia. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:53:23 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to come out of Closed Session. Motion was made by Limberg and seconded by Kostyshock. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:53:51 PM Gulledge With no further business to come before the meeting, asked for a motion to adjourn. Motion was made by Kostyshock and seconded by Garcia. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Callahan - yes; Kostyshock - yes; Garcia - yes.
7:54:11 PM   The meeting ended.

Respectfully submitted,

Thelma Long, Village Clerk

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