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VILLAGE OF PALESTINE
Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda
May 2, 2019
6:00 PM

Honor George Harrison

Plaque for 5 Years + 6 Months Service as Trustee

On Palestine Board of Trustees

 

Swearing in of New Term Trustees
Tim McDaniel, Brian Nethery, Twilla Davis

 

Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call
Minutes                                                                                                         
Visitors

BOARD ACTION

I. OLD BUSINESS
I.

II. NEW BUSINESS:
II.1       Officially approve Phone Poll vote for Palestine Music Festival to be held on
            June 8, 2019

II.2:     
II.3:      Discussion of adding Street and Bridge Tax for the Village of Palestine (see Attorney’s letter attached)
II.1       Derek Weidler, Leadership Crawford County, IL

III•       DPW REPORT: Kathy Clark      
IV•       POLICE REPORT: Chief of Police, Jeff Besing    
V•        PIONEER ROOM/COMMUNITY FACILITY – May – Tim McDaniel

FYI:       REMINDER:  FOIA/OMA CERTIFICATES DUE April 1
FYI:       FALL CLEAN-UP DAYS – OCTOBER 23, 24, AND 25

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 GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION: (If needed)
VIII: MOTION TO GO BACK INTO GENERAL SESSION:
VIV. MOTION TO ADJOURN MEETING

 

 

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