Waterloo City Council met September 4.
Waterloo City Council met Sept. 4.
Here is the agenda provided by the Council:
1. Call to Order.
2. Roll Call.
3. Pledge of Allegiance.
4. Correction or Withdrawal of Agenda Items by Sponsor.
5. Approval of Minutes as Written or Amended.
6. Petitions by Citizens on Non-Agenda Items.
7. Reports and Communications from the Mayor and other City Officers.
A. Report of Collector.
C. Report of Zoning Administrator.
D. Report of Director of Public Works.
E. Report of Chief of Police.
F. Report of City Attorney
G. Report and Communication by Mayor.
1. Appointment of Mr. Phillip Kelley to the Library Board of Trustees to fill a vacancy to expire on July 1, 2021.
2. Presentation of Military Commendations to Clinton and Erica Erlinger.
8. Report of Standing Committees.
9. Report of Special Committees.
10. Presentation of Communications, Petitions, Resolutions, Orders and Ordinances by Aldermen.
A. Consideration and Action on Resolution No. 18-07 Approving a Special Event Permit for the Waterloo High School Homecoming Parade and Request for Permission to Temporarily Close Sections of Bellefontaine, Hamacher, Market, Columbia, Main, Fourth and Rogers for the Waterloo High School
Homecoming Parade to be held on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 from 6-7 p.m.
B. Consideration and Action on Ordinance No. 1762 Amending the City of Waterloo, Illinois Revised Code of Ordinances, Chapter 40 Zoning, Article II General Zoning District Regulations, Section 40-2-3(B) to Remove “Apartments” as a Special Use Permit Required in Zones R-2 and R-3.
C. Consideration and Action on Ordinance No. 1763 Amending the City of Waterloo, Illinois Revised Code of Ordinances, Chapter 24 Motor Vehicle Code, Article VIII Traffic Schedules, Schedule A: Stop & Through Intersections.
D. Consideration and Action on Resolution No. 18-08 Approving a Non-Regulated Vendor Agreement between the City of Waterloo, Illinois and the Western Egyptian EOC for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
11. Unfinished Business.
12. Miscellaneous Business.
A. Consideration and Action on Warrant No. 569.
B. Consideration and Action on Approval of Liberty Fence as Low Bidder in the Amount of $49,610.00 for the Storage Area Fencing Project as Bid on 08-28-18 at 2:00 p.m.
C. Consideration and Action on Solicitation Request from the Waterloo Lions Club for their Annual “Candy
Days” Fundraiser to be held on October 19 and 20, 2018 at the Intersections of Main / Mill and Rogers / Hamacher.
D. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application #18-024-E from the Stubborn German
Brewery for “StubbornFest” to be held on October 05 and 06, 2018 with the Street Closure of Main Street from the Stubborn German alley to south of Randy’s Double R Bar.
E. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application #18-025-E from the PumpkinFest
Committee and SPPCS/PTO for “PumpkinFest” to be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018 with Street Closures: Main St. from the south corner of K & D Printing to the Alley between Fourth St. and Third St.; Third St. from Market to Main; and, Mill Street from Market to the Alley between Main and N. Church St.; and the PumpkinFest 5K as per the Downtown Route.
13. Discussion of Matters by Council Members Arising After Agenda Deadline.
14. Motion to Adjourn.