REGULAR BOARD MEETING & PUBLIC HEARING
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the
Chairman Crownover called the meeting to order at He reminded everyone of the location of the Open Meetings Act Poster. The Public Hearing to hear any protests to the proposed street project also convened at
Stoner made a motion to approve the October 2012 minutes; Wassenberg seconded, and motion carried 5-0.
Schomerus made a motion to approve the October 2012 treasurer’s report; Oelke seconded, motion carried 5-0.
The Keno check was in the amount of $1412.70.
Water consumed: 846,000; water paid for: 774,000; balance for month:
-72,000; YTD: -221,000.
There were no public comments.
There were no schoolhouse items to discuss.
Evan Wickersham, JEO, appeared to discuss the street project. The Public Hearing was closed on a motion by Wassenberg, seconded by Schomerus, all Trustees voting: yea. No one appeared to protest or comment on the street project. Wickersham stated next month he will have final plans and then we will be ready to let the bid out. The road running by the park will be enlarged to 22 feet wide (minimum width for asphalt) with the asphalt being 6 inches deep.
In other street related business, Crownover reported that the cement by Jack Stilwell’s driveway has sunk and he can barely back his vehicle out. Clerk will contact Kreifels Concrete. Schomerus made a motion to preapprove spending a maximum of $3000, Wassenberg seconded, and motion carried 5-0.
Crownover also stated that if the Village would ever purchase a dump truck, whoever drove it would have to have a
TR Unadilla Mart requested a change in date of their December wine tasting from 12-1 to 12-8. Oelke made a motion to approve such change, Stoner seconded. The motion carried with all trustees voting yea; Wassenberg abstaining.
Wassenberg made a motion to pay the initial payment to Hein Construction for crack sealing in the amount of $10,000. All trustees voted yea, motion carried.
The following claims were reviewed for November payment:
5088 Office Depot supplies 140.72
5089 Barb Wilhelm wages/80 1007.20
5090 Linda Effle wages/41.5 361.55
5091 Dwight Kastens wages/135 1498.47
5092 Dan Crownover wages 70.76
5093 Dale Stoner wages 47.17
5094 Janet Oelke wages 47.17
5095 Lynn Schomerus wages 47.17
5096 Seneca Sanitation 2060.90
5097 N.C. Utilities 1372.72
5098 Windstream office phone 67.49
AWD OPPD water 15.67
5099 RWD#3 water 2068.90
5100 Zito hsi 84.26
5101 NE Municipal Clerks Assn dues 15.00
5102 Una Hard water & street 108.50
5103 R Crownover – Voided ----------
5105 M Hanke SH/comp repair 100.00
5106 TR Unadilla Mart water 83.00
5107 R Crownover clear trees by park 2675.00
5108 Gatehouse Media adv 176.40
5109 Hein Construction crack sealing 10,000.00
5111 NDR hwy pole 225.00
5112 NE PHE Lab water test 14.00
Stoner made a motion to pay claims, Wassenberg seconded, and motion carried 5-0.
The list of delinquent water and sewer patrons was reviewed. Shut-offs have been sent to: Dale Bailey, The Bar, Steve Billington, Ashley Field, Ron Isaacs, Helen McKinney, Aaron Paul, Chad Pester, Loren Stubbendick, Brenda Walker.
In other business, the Board decided there was no need to have Dan Watermeier come to a meeting. Clerk asked those present to read page 2 of the SENDD newsletter in reference to how much money the county had received. Clerk stated she would be at water school all day December 5. Crownover said he checked Wellsandt’s building and it is bigger than 100 sq. feet. Clerk reported that Kastens had requested a load of gravel instead of salted sand; Clerk was instructed to order a load of salted sand anyway. Both computers were updated with Excel and Publisher and old files were deleted. Clerk said she would like to upgrade the main computer to Windows 2007. Clerk reported that she had searched the ordinances and had come up with a list of closed streets and alleys (a copy is attached to these minutes).
The meeting adjourned at
_____Barbara J. Wilhelm______________________
A complete and current copy of these proceedings is available for
inspection at the Village Office during normal business hours.