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Village of Maryville, Illinois

Description Board Minutes
Date4/5/2006 Location Council Chamber
Time Speaker Note
7:00:05 PM Gulledge Called the Board meeting of Wednesday, April 5, 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 Limberg, Schmidt, Bell, Callahan and Garcia. Kostyshock was absent. Also in attendance were Clerk Long, Attorney Wigginton, Public Works Director Presson, Building/Zoning Administrator and Fire Chief Flaugher, Public Service Officer Jones, Police Chief Schardan, twelve (12) residents and two (2) reporters.
7:01:19 PM Gulledge Called for approval of the minutes from the March 15, 2006 Board meeting. 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 Bell and seconded by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:01:50 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 Bell. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:02:30 PM Gulledge Went to Communications.
7:02:42 PM Long Stated the first Communication is a Certificate of Commendation issued to the Maryville Water Department from the Illinois Department of Public Health. She read the Commendation in its entirety. Stated the next Communication is a letter of thanks addressed to the Mayor from the Maryville Community Library Committee. She read the letter in its entirety.
7:04:09 PM Gulledge Asked if there were any other Communications to be submitted. There were none. Asked for a motion to place the Communications on file. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:04:38 PM Gulledge Went to Legal Matters, and turned the discussion over to Attorney Wigginton.
7:04:51 PM Wigginton Stated the first item for the Board's consideration is Ordinance 2006-06, an ordinance authorizing the Village to enter into a Water Service and Pre-Annexation Agreement with Sharon K. Joyce for property located at Lot 11 University Hills Subdivision, 3rd Addition, commonly known as 2006 Hill Creek Road, Collinsville, Illinois, 62234. Stated the Agreement was the subject of a Public Hearing held April 5, 2006 at 6:45 p.m. pursuant to Notice and Statute. Stated the ordinance authorizes the Village President to execute and the Village Clerk to attest to a document known as Agreement for Water Service and Pre-Annexation dated March 10, 2006.
7:05:41 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2006-06. Motion was made by Garcia and seconded by Schmidt.
7:06:16 PM Callahan Asked if this was within the Village boundary line.
7:06:16 PM Gulledge Answered yes; it is along Route 157 around the University Hills area.
7:06:32 PM Gulledge With no other questions or comments, asked for a roll call. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:06:55 PM Wigginton Stated the next item for the Board's consideration was Ordinance 2006-07, an ordinance authorizing the Village to enter into a Water Service and Pre-Annexation Agreement with William R. Biehl and Erin Lynn Tompkins for the property located at Lot 34 Beverly Hills Subdivision, 1st Addition, commonly known as 124 Appletree Lane, Glen Carbon, Illinois, 62034. Stated the Agreement was the subject of a Public Hearing held April 5, 2006 at 6:50 p.m. pursuant to Notice and Statute. Stated the ordinance authorizes the Village President to execute and the Village Clerk to attest to a document known as Agreement for Water Service and Pre-Annexation dated March 14, 2006.
7:07:50 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2006-07. Motion was made by Garcia and seconded by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:08:36 PM Wigginton Stated the next item for the Board's consideration is Ordinance 2006-08, which is an ordinance adopting and enacting a supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the Village of Maryville. Explained this is an ordinance done from time to time in order to update the entire revised Code of Ordinances with a supplement that is provided by American Legal Publishing Corporation. Stated American Legal has recommended the revision or addition of certain sections of the code, and it is the Village's intent to accept these updated sections. Stated this ordinance would authorize the 2006-S4 Supplement be adopted. Stated the Supplement shall be published as of the day of adoption, and the Clerk is then authorized to insert the Supplement into the copy of the Code of Ordinance kept on file. Stated the ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the peace, health, safety and general welfare of the people of this municipality, and shall take effect at the earliest date provided by law.
7:09:59 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2006-08. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Bell. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:10:37 PM Wigginton Stated the next item for the Board's consideration is Ordinance 2006-09, an ordinance regulating outdoor displays, storage and tent-sales. Stated this ordinance has been the subject of two prior open meetings with the Economic Development Committee as well as the Village Board. Stated, as the ordinance is lengthy, he will not read it verbatim. Stated the ordinance is available for inspection and copy by anyone wishing to review it. He read and explained the categories of the ordinance.
7:16:33 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2006-09. Motion was made by Callahan and seconded by Schmidt.
7:16:53 PM Callahan Thanked all those participating in the establishment of the ordinance.
7:17:15 PM Gulledge Asked for a roll call. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:17:32 PM Wigginton Stated the next item for the Board's consideration is Ordinance 2006-10, an ordinance amending the Subdivision Code Section 154.026 related to water facilities. Explained from time to time the Village requires a review of the Subdivision Code and makes amendments deemed necessary to improve the health, life, safety and property values of its citizens.  Pursuant to Section 154.117, the Planning Commission held a public hearing to discuss amending the Subdivision Code on March 27, 2006, and has issued a report supporting the amendment relating to installation of public water main fire hydrants. Stated the Board discussed the matter at Caucus. Stated the ordinance would amend portions of Section 154.026, and read the amendment in its entirety.
7:20:12 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2006-10. Motion was made by Limberg and seconded by Bell. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia -yes. Motion carried.
7:20:46 PM Wigginton Stated the next item for the Board's consideration is Ordinance 2006-11, another amendment to the Subdivision Code, amending Section 154.028 relating to sanitary sewers. Stated a public hearing was held before the Planning Commission regarding the amendment on March 27, 2006 pursuant to Section 154.117. Stated the Board has discussed the matter at Caucus, and has determined that the amendment is necessary and in the best interest of the Village. Stated this ordinance will establish new general requirements, and explained that it requires the applicant to install waste water sewer facilities pursuant to Village specifications. He read the amendment in its entirety.
7:23:36 PM Gulledge Called for a motion to approve Ordinance 2006-11. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:24:13 PM Wigginton Stated the next item for the Board's consideration is Ordinance 2006-12, an amendment to Sections 154.022 and 154.023 relating to Street Lighting & Street Name signs. Stated the issue was the subject of a public hearing before the Planning Commission on March 27, 2006, and the Commission issued an advice of support supporting an amendment granting the Village Board the power to require persons subdividing or developing to install decorative street lighting, poles, street name signs and traffic control signs along certain streets or areas of the Village. Stated the matter was discussed at Caucus, and the Board has determined that amendment to the Code is in the best interest of the Village. He read the amendment in its entirety.
7:26:51 PM Gulledge Clarified this issue went before the Planning Commission and the Commission was in favor, but they wanted it to go back because they had some questions on verbiage. Stated he has spoken with Schmidt and Attorney regarding the issues, and he plans on attending the next Planning Commission meeting to advise them of the decision and why it may or may not be made. Called for a motion to approve the ordinance. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Limberg.
7:28:30 PM Garcia Commented she has questions regarding the verbiage, asking where it says "may", does the Village have the power to force them to erect the signs.
7:28:38 PM Wigginton Responded that is correct; if they had used the word "shall" they would have to do it in every area, but by using "may" it is permissive and the Board can exercise its discretion as to what areas or specific streets require decorative signs.
7:29:02 PM Gulledge Asked for a roll call. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:29:18 PM Wigginton Stated regarding Ordinance 2004-04 providing notice to adjoining property owners and public notice in the newspaper any time there was a re-zoning request, there was a typographical error in the ordinance; it was noted as 156.171, and it should have been 156.172. Asked for a motion authorizing him to contact American Legal Publishing Corporation to make the correction. Motion was made by Bell and seconded by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:30:34 PM Gulledge Went to Old Business.
7:30:43 PM Limberg Made a motion to accept the bid from Medina Auto Sales in the amount of $2,109 for purchase of the 2000 Ford vehicle, which was the highest bid of three received. Second to the motion was made by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:31:35 PM Limberg Made a motion to purchase four light bars for the four police cruisers from Midwest Systems Truck Equipment in the amount of $2,084, including freight. Second to the motion was made by Bell. Gulledge commented for informational purposes, this was a state bid and Schardan saved the Village a couple of thousand dollars because the price went up on the first of the month. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:32:40 PM Schmidt Commented on a house in disrepair located at 2421 North Center in Maryville. Stated the owner, Mr. Bibko received notice from the Attorney stating the poor condition of the home and was given several options to repair or demolish the home. Stated on March 24 they received correspondence from Mr. Bibko asking for additional time, as he did not know if the house was repairable or should be demolished. Subsequent to this letter, Flaugher received a telephone call from Mr. Bibko informing him that there were too many repairs needed to the house, and he plans to demolish it but was asking for additional time from the Board to accomplish the task. Stated the item was discussed at Caucus and the recommendation was made to give Mr. Bibko until May 1, 2006 to demolish the house. Made a motion to approve the extension of time. Second to the motion was made by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:34:36 PM Schmidt Stated, as discussed at the March 29th Caucus meeting, Charter Communications had a development plan that was brought to the Planning Commission back in February of 2001, and subsequently forwarded to the Board for approval in March, 2001. Stated the plan was never implemented due to changes in management throughout the years. Stated it was brought to the Board's attention that some of the provisions of the plan, namely slatting of the fence along the property and the landscaping proposal, have not been fulfilled. Stated this necessitates the decision to force the company to slat the entire fence around the perimeter of the property and comply with the original landscaping plans, with an extension of time to comply to June 30, 2006. Made a motion for approval of the extension. Second was made by Limberg.
7:36:33 PM Bell Asked if Charter responded to the March 30th e-mail.
7:36:38 PM Gulledge Answered yes; in fact Flaugher is meeting with the representative tomorrow.
7:36:52 PM Callahan Asked what happens if they don't comply by June 30.
7:37:09 PM Wigginton Answered the Village has a general penalty provision in the first chapter of the code, which is a penalty of not less than $50 and no more than $750, applying to every day of non-compliance.
7:37:23 PM Gulledge Asked for a roll call. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:37:41 PM Bell Made a motion to approve Pay Application #1 to Plocher Construction for the Drost Park comfort station in the amount of $93,730.32. Explained part of the Pay Application is for storage of materials they have on-site. Second was made by Schmidt. Gulledge explained for the public, this is a grant for which the Village will be reimbursed. Stated they received two grants to build this comfort station. Asked for a roll call. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:38:57 PM Bell Made a motion to approve Change Order #2 for the Firemen's Park restroom restoration project to L Wolf Company in the amount of $2,995. Second to the motion was made by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:39:47 PM Bell Made a motion to approve The Khoury League's request to add water and power to some of the ball fields. Stated the League provided a plan, and Public Works is performing the trenching for the project. Second to the motion was made by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:40:49 PM Bell Made a motion to approve painting of the outdoor park buildings a uniform color, consisting of a base color of "Sierra Madre" and a trim color of "Khaki Brown". Gulledge commented he was unsure about the color choice at first, but noted the building that is done downtown looks very nice. Second to the motion was made by Garcia. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:42:35 PM Gulledge On behalf of Kostyshock, who is ill, brought a request before the Board to authorize the Village to apply for an 80/20 split grant from Madison County Community Development for a maximum amount of $20,000 for a wood chipper. Callahan commented it should be explained that this will be a community wood chipper. Gulledge concurred, commenting that Presson has three or four plans for a chipping program that he will bring to the Board for consideration. Motion to apply was made by Bell and seconded by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:44:10 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to award N & W Horizontal Boring the bid for $9,530 for the Nottingham storm sewer repair project. Commented this was the lowest of the bids received. Motion was made by Limberg and seconded by Schmidt. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:45:08 PM Gulledge Asked for a motion to approve final payment to Petroff Trucking in the amount of $43,482.84 for the old town storm sewer project, with a caveat that a few final items be done. Stated this is just an approval for payment; he will not release the check until Presson confirms the work is done to his satisfaction. Motion was made by Schmidt and seconded by Limberg. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:46:05 PM Garcia Made a motion to purchase employee ID tags for each employee of the Village from DiSc Identity Inc. for a cost of $7.00 each, not to exceed $625. Second to the motion was made by Bell. Voting on the motion: Limberg - yes; Schmidt - yes; Bell - yes; Callahan - yes; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
7:47:25 PM Gulledge Went to New Business and Trustee Comments.
7:47:32 PM Garcia Announced the Mayor's Prayer Breakfast scheduled for May 4th at 7:00 a.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Maryville. Stated the speaker will be J. Allan Sullivan Jr., Major General, Retired. Stated tickets are free, but required and available at the Village Hall or at any of the seven Maryville churches. Stated this breakfast is to benefit the Maryville Outreach Center, and sponsored by the Maryville Ministerial Alliance.
7:48:27 PM Gulledge Noted Calendar Updates cannot be displayed due to technical difficulties. Stated the updates of which he is aware: Monday, April 10th there is an Economic Development Committee Meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the Village Hall; Monday, April 17th there is a Park Meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Village Hall; Monday, April 24th there is a Planning Commission Meeting; Tuesday, April 11th at 6:30 p.m. there is a Library Committee Meeting; Saturday, April 22nd is "Fly a Kite Day" at the park from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.; Dedication of the Outreach Center is Sunday, April 23rd from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., and everyone is welcome. He acknowledged one of the many individuals who helped with this project is in attendance: Mr. Terry Allan, Township Supervisor, whose help was instrumental; he offered his thanks. Stated the groundbreaking for the new winery being built by Judy Wieman on East Main Street is scheduled tomorrow at 11:00 a.m.
7:50:24 PM Callahan Commented at the Economic Development Committee meeting, they will review the existing Village sign ordinance. Stated he already mentioned it to Jones, and asked if Flaugher is available to attend. Added it might be beneficial for Wigginton to attend. Gulledge commented Wigginton will be out of town that day.
7:51:02 PM Gulledge Went to Staff Reports.
7:51:19 PM Schardan Commented regarding the incident in Fairview Heights the other night due to the storm; stated ILEAS was called out, and he sent one man. Stated he spent seven (7) hours assisting them under the agreement with ILEAS on the mutual aid. Commented on Detective Davis, who has applied for disability pension. Stated he has moved Officer Kanzler into Davis' position, and did some rearranging, so they are again back to only two (2) men per shift. Commented his hope that Davis will be back within a few months. Commented regarding the Livescan inkless fingerprints electronic submitting, saying they had problems connecting to the State system, but that has been resolved as of Monday. Stated they are in the test phase right now, and once that is done they will be able to submit the prints directly to the State. Reported for the month of March as follows: 243 calls for service; ninety-five (95) citations written; nine (9) accident reports.
7:52:25 PM Callahan Asked if there was an update on the eligibility list.
7:52:28 PM Schardan Responded they have a timeline set, and are looking into getting advertising out within the next week or two. Stated as a result, they are probably looking at July by the time they get through all the testing. Stated he wants to hire someone at least by June or July.
7:52:44 PM Callahan Asked if there was a time for applications.
7:52:46 PM Schardan Responded tentatively; the last he saw they were shooting for April. Commented he hates to make that public now and get hit with them if they don't have them ready yet, so he is waiting to make sure.
7:53:06 PM Callahan Asked once they decide to take applications, how long do they normally take them.
7:53:12 PM Schardan Responded he believes they discussed taking them for three to four weeks.
7:53:22 PM Callahan Commented he has had interest from the community.
7:53:30 PM Schardan Commented they have had seven or eight phone calls, as well.
7:53:36 PM Gulledge Reminded everyone the Board does not control that anymore; it is done through the Fire and Police Board.
7:53:54 PM Jones Gave activity totals for the month of March as follows: fifty-four (54) total contacts; thirty-seven (37) were warnings, of which three (3) were written; two (2) were no action/no violation; two (2) were no contact; four (4) contact stickers were issued; four (4) citations were issued; one (1) was another department, he believes it was a County property; one (1) dealing with a wild animal; ten (10) cases pending; total of seven (7) animal calls.
7:54:47 PM Flaugher Gave building totals for the month of March as follows: Total of seventeen (17) permits issued; fifteen (15) single-family; one (1) residential deck; one (1) commercial sign; total fees collected were $10,606.25; year-to-date fees collected are $23,364.98; total estimated valuation of new construction was $3,663,000, bringing the year-to-date total estimated valuation to $8,029,000. Gave the report for the Fire Department for the month of March as follows: Fifty-four (54) total calls for service; thirty-eight (38) EMS calls; four (4) structural fires; three (3) motor-vehicle accidents; two (2) brush or rubbish fires; three (3) automatic alarms; one (1) carbon monoxide; two (2) investigations; one (1) stand-by for another department; of the fifty-four (54) calls, forty-four were within the Village; four (4) were in the Fire Protection District; six (6) were mutual aid calls to assist other communities.
7:56:37 PM Presson Gave Public Works report for the month of March as follows: twenty (20) residential services; 370 general work orders/locates; ten (10) leaks repaired; ten (10) sewer inspections. Stated brush drop off on Saturday was a success. Stated fish were delivered to the lake.
7:57:27 PM Gulledge Went to Business from the Floor, and invited anyone to address the Board.
7:57:47 PM Kathy Voegle Stated she and her husband operate B and C Equipment as well as Fancy That! Collectibles and Antiques at 2915 North Center Street, Maryville, Illinois, 62062. Commented she had a statement/request prepared regarding the storage ordinance; however she did not realize that the statements from the floor would come after the passing of the ordinance. She stated she would like to read through the ordinance, as that may change her statement. Gulledge responded he has copies available. Voegle commented they just heard about the ordinance two days ago, and would like an opportunity to review it and then make a statement. Gulledge responded she is welcome to return and address the Board at any time. Voegle asked when the ordinance would be effective.
7:59:15 PM Gulledge Commented it is in pamphlet form, and it is effective as soon as it is recorded.
7:59:28 PM Wigginton Commented the Village will record it and post it in pamphlet form in the reception area of the Village Hall, at which time it becomes effective.
7:59:36 PM Voegle Asked whether businesses were notified.
7:59:42 PM Wigginton Responded the individual ordinance is not, but the issue has been a matter of public record now for at least three months.
7:59:56 PM Gulledge Commented in answer to her question, he is sure that if someone is in violation, a representative of the Village -- most likely Public Service Officer Jones -- will come by with a copy of the ordinance to inform the business to get into compliance. Stated the purpose of the ordinance is not to collect fees; the purpose is to bring Routes 159, 162 and the rest of the community into compliance with the outdoor storage. Commented, as he communicated to her over the telephone, the Village's mission, given by a number of residents, is to do their best to make the town cleaner and more presentable. Commented it is a matter of time in determining whether they have made the right decision.
8:01:10 PM Callahan Pointed out that one of the reasons for getting the ordinance out at this time is because Business Registrations are due to be renewed in May. Stated businesses will receive a copy of the ordinance when applying for their registration at that time. Stated the only other exception is peddlers, who are required to register with the Police Chief, at which time they will be given an application for a permit for outdoor display.
8:02:07 PM Voegle Confirmed the next meeting will be next month.
8:02:13 PM Gulledge Responded the next Board meeting will be two weeks from tonight. For informational purposes, explained that the Board meets every Wednesday night; the first and third Wednesday, at 7:00 p.m., are Board meetings at which votes are taken; the second, fourth and, if applicable, fifth Wednesday of the month are Caucus meetings, which is a large meeting at which issues are discussed. Stated everything brought before a Board meeting has been discussed at least once at a Caucus meeting. Commented they encourage everyone to attend these public meetings. Commented the next Board meeting, at which official action will be taken, is two weeks from tonight. Voegle thanked the Mayor. Gulledge invited anyone else to address the Board. No one had any comments.
8:03:09 PM Gulledge Commended the Water Department, as this is the eleventh straight year the Department has received the Fluoridation Award. Commented on the good job they do with the IEPA, and thanked Public Works Director Presson and the employees at the plant for the good job they do. Stated for the benefit of the Board, if they have any Gazette articles to include for this month, he would like them by Friday. Stated he would like to thank Public Works Director Presson, Village Engineer Juneau and Trustee Kostyshock, who is Chairman of the Public Works Department, for the time and effort regarding the Public Works ordinances passed this evening. Lastly, addressing the Board, stated he will pass out the budget packets after the meeting. Stated this will be the first item on the Caucus agenda. Stated they will try to limit the meeting as much as possible to the budget discussion. Stated they may take up a couple of other issues and get them out of the way first; however the main priority for the Board next week will be working on the budget on which the staff has been working for the last couple of months. Commented large-item pickup is scheduled for next week, on residents' regular trash day. Stated if there are any questions, residents should call Allied Waste. Encouraged everyone to utilize this service, which is provided free of charge through the Village contract negotiated by Trustee Schmidt.
8:06:04 PM Gulledge With no further business to come before the meeting, called 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; Garcia - yes. Motion carried.
8:06:23 PM Gulledge The meeting ended.

Respectfully submitted,

Thelma Long, Village Clerk

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