VILLAGE OF PALESTINE
Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda
November 2, 2017
Pledge of Allegiance
I. OLD BUSINESS
I.1. Approval of Ordinance No. 2017-O-10 – Ordinance to Amend Chapter 12; Section 12.02(b) Public Nuisances Affecting Health – Add Sub-paragraph 15. Any Abandoned Swimming Pool
I.1 (b) Approval of Ordinance No. 2017-O-09 - Repeal of Swimming Pool Ordinance No. 2009-O-01
I.2. UPDATE REPORT – Condemnation Proceedings – Nov. 9 deadline on South Bldg.
I.3 Update – Leo Herning Grant for Radar Speed sign - Lance Herning, Trustee for the Leo Herning Foundation, personally delivered the Grant check on Oct. 26, 2017. The Evolis Radar Speed Sign was ordered on Oct. 26, 2017.
I.4 Update – Fall Cleanup
I.5 Update on the Pavilion – Palestine Development Committee – Larry Surrells and
II. NEW BUSINESS:
II.1: Employee Christmas Party – Dec. 1, 2017
II.2: Approval and authorization for Pat to sign any grant papers, except those specifically required by the Mayor and/Village Clerk/or designee
III• DPW REPORT: Kathy Clark
IV• POLICE REPORT: Chief of Police, Jeff Besing
V• PIONEER ROOM/MAIN STREET PARK – NOVEMBER 2017 – TIM McDANIEL
FYI: Through our Good Energy/Homefield Energy Contract, we have just been notified that the Village of Palestine will receive a lower rate, effective in January 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 –
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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