Jacksonville Public Library Board of Trustees reports spending
The Jacksonville Public Library Board of Trustees met Nov. 14 to report spending.
Here is the meeting's agenda, as provided by the board:
The Jacksonville Public Library Board of Trustees meets at 4:30 a.m. on the second Monday of each month.
Village of Dunlap 104 N. Second Street Dunlap, Illinois 61525 309-243-7500
REGULAR SESSION December 14, 2016
President Jack Fennell called the regular meeting of the Village Board of Trustees to order at 7:00p.m. Trustees present were Colleen Slane, Sheila Taylor, Jack Esterdahl, Aaron Barrington and Bob Anderson. A motion was made by Jack Esterdahl to accept the minutes from the November 9, 2016 regular meeting. Aaron Barrington seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried. At 7:02 p.m., a motion was made by Jack Esterdahl to enter closed session to review the closed session minutes from November 9, 2016. Sheila Taylor seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried. At 7:03 p.m., Jack Esterdahl made a motion to open the regular session meeting. Sheila Taylor seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried. Aaron Barrington made a motion to accept the minutes from the Executive Session on November 9, 2016. Bob Anderson seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried. Ken Parkhill, of the Dunlap Fire Department, addressed the board regarding the radios used by Peoria County for emergency/disaster response. The radios have capabilities far beyond the radios currently used by the village and will allow for greater communication between municipalities in the event of power loss/phone line loss. Discussion followed.
BILLS The bills were reviewed as follows: Adam Septic 850.00 AmerenCilco 672.73 Buskirk Tree Service 3200.00 Central Pool Supply Inc 123.50 Dwight Johnson 565.00 Frontier Communications 195.09 Go Van Gogh 298.65 HD Waterworks 66.25 Health Care Service Corp. 3236.48 Homefield Energy-Illinois Power 705.53 Illinois American Water 11059.83 Linden & Company 57.45 MediaCom 57.45 Menards 633.39 Miller, Hall, and Triggs 1316.00 Midwest Equipment 304.40 Miranda Donahoo-Simpson 109.87
Mohr and Kerr Engineering 3162.00 Petty Cash 56.40 PDC Lab 407.70 Peoria County Sheriff 1627.34 PowerNet Global 14.66 ProAutomotive 280.73 Reliance Standard Life 409.64 Shell Fuel 553.96 Street Décor, Inc 1902.68 Tractor Supply Co 147.43 Underground Pipe & Valve 1477.00 Verizon Wireless 135.28 Wigand Disposal Company 82.51 Dale E. Bishop 7013.26 Dwight Johnson 785.00 Jason D. McGinnis 2488.25 John G. Fennell, Jr. 440.00 Kelly M. Coutou 195.00 Marcus J. Loser 4125.73 Miranda Simpson 1130.50 Tracy N. Korger 450.00 EFPTS 4557.06 IDOR 583.72 IMRF 2780.60 State Disbursement Unit 411.50
A motion was made by Aaron Barrington to pay the bills as presented. Jack Esterdahl seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried.
TREASURER’S REPORT Dwight Johnson reported a normal month of spending, and on budget. A motion was made by Aaron Barrington to accept the treasurer’s report, and Bob Anderson or seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried.
DALE BISHOP’S REPORT All water and sewer operations are normal. There are only 2 customers left on the water shutoff list. The village is using Master Meter for the first full month of billing since the water meter upgrade. Adam Septic has been cleaning the lift stations. New floats have been installed at the Copperfield lift station. Buskirk Tree Service came and trimmed several trees throughout the village. We are salting and plowing due to the winter weather. A resident on S. Maplewood complained about the lack of lighting on their street. The village had a light installed. Ameren has a new spokesperson for our area, and they are a welcome addition to the operations. The roof on the village hall was not replaced, but repaired due to the cold temperatures. The roof will be replaced in the spring. We received a letter from the roofing company in which they assume any responsibility for damage to the building due to the delay/rescheduling. The engineering for the sidewalk extension on Legion Hall Road has been completed and sent on to the school district for review and approval.
COMMITTEE REPORTS Jack Fennell –There is a new state requirement for municipalities to approve an ordinance for travel reimbursement and expense reports. We will see this in the coming months from the village attorney. We will be investing in a time clock for employees. I3 is the new name for the company formerly known as iTV-3. Three executives met with a few village representatives to discuss the options for bringing their services to Dunlap. Colleen Slane- Police Reports were reviewed. Dunlap Days will be August 24-26 in 2017. The holiday decorating contest will have 3 winners, each getting a gift card to a business in Dunlap. Sheila Taylor- Nothing to add. Jack Esterdahl- Catherine D’Souza is new with the DRA Lacrosse program. She has been asking about practice facilities. She has been directed to Tom Grimm, the head of facilities at the school district as well as grant programs for program improvement. Bob Anderson- The Zoning Board is working on new standards and payment schedules, and will pass along its recommendations soon.
Bob Anderson made a motion to accept the meeting dates for the 2017 schedule as presented. Aaron Barrington seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried. Dwight Johnson added that we will have a 3yr Motor Fuel Tax Audit coming in the near future. Jack Esterdahl made a motion to adjourn, and Sheila Taylor seconded the motion. Roll call vote- all approved. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:11 p.m. Dated January 11, 2017
______________________________ Tracy N. Korger, Dunlap Village Clerk