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VILLAGE OF PALESTINE
July 5, 2018

Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda
6:00 PM

Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call
Minutes                                                                                                         
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BOARD ACTION

OPENING OF BIDS -  ON 2000 Red Doge Ram 1500 4X4 Truck by Chief Besing

I.    OLD BUSINESS
I.1   Discussion/Approval of PDA first right of rentals tabled from June Meeting - Palestine Development Association, Larry Surrells, RE Paviilion Rental
           
II.   NEW BUSINESS:
II.1:  Steve Meadows – Horseshoes & Main
II.2:  Official Approval for Phone Poll – Holly Inboden’s request for permission to have a bounce house on Main Street in front of Bistro – Sunday, June 10, 2018 – 11:00 to 2:00
II.3:  Discussion and Approval Ordinance to Borrow
II.4:  Discussion and Approval of Ordinance for the Regulation of An Application for Small Wireless Facilities – Enacted by the Illinois General Assembly – Public Act 100-0585, effective June 1, 2018 – See Copy of proposed Ordinance
II.5:  Discussion only – USDA Rural Development has funding available ($8Million) for upgrading existing sewer lagoons in the State of Illinois; the funding is 3.25% over a 20-38 year term, depending on each Municipality – Kathy will give an update as to whether we need an upgrade at this time
II.6:  Approval of Palestine Chamber of Commerce request for Beer License for Labor Day Beer Tent – from 12:00 p.m. August 30th 2018 to 1:00 a.m. September 3, 2018

III•       DPW REPORT: Kathy Clark       
IV•       POLICE REPORT: Chief of Police, Jeff Besing    
V•        PIONEER ROOM/MAIN STREET PARK – JULY – GENE PURCELL
FYI:       Copy of Ordinance No. 2018-O-___ - An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 32, Business Regulations, Section 32.03 (b) MUSIC
FYI:       Update on Railroad crossing closing
FYI:       FALL CLEAN-UP DAYS:  October 17, 18, and 19, 2018

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS                                 
VI.1••BUDGET COMMITTEE and FINANCE COMMITTEE; Shirley Adams, Chairman     
VI.2••BUILDING REGULATIONS; PERMITS; MAINTENANCE; Gene Purcell, Chairman
VI.3••EMPLOYEE RELATIONS COMMITTEE; Harry Gene Purcell, Chairman      
VI.4••FOIA OFFICERS: Shirley Adams – OMA/FOIA Certificates – Complete for year
VI.5••ORDINANCE COMMITTEE: Patricia J Schofield
VI.6••STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND ALLEYS COMMITTEE; Tim McDaniel, Chairman
VI.7••SEWER COMMITTEE; George Harrison, Chairman
          Mayor is Ex-Officio Member of each committee          

VII.  MOTION TO ADJOURN MEETING

 

 

 

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