Village of Coulterville Village Board met March 18
Village of Coulterville Village Board met March 18.
Here is the minutes provided by the board:
The Village Board of Coulterville was called to order in the Community Center for regular session at 7:00 pm.
Those present for the roll call were Board members: Dyson, Knope, Wine, Campbell and Wright. Long was absent.
Moved by Wine, second by Campbell to approve agenda as presented. All Ayes. Moved by Dyson, second by Knope to approve Minutes for March 4, 2019 regular meeting. All Ayes. Moved by Knope, second by Campbell, to approve payment of invoices for March 18, 2019. All Ayes. Moved by Wine, second by Wright to approve February 2019 Treasurer's report. All Ayes.
REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
Financial report: Nothing to report. Cemetery report: All items will need to be removed from graves for spring cleanup prior to the start of mowing season. It was discussed how labor intensive it is to have items on graves during mowing season, most communities do not allow it. It would save time and money if this was enforced in Coulterville. Sewer report: Nothing to report. Park report: Nothing to report. Trash/Recycle report: Nothing to report. Water report: Nothing to report. Street report: Rock is being used to fill potholes.
Moved by Wine, second by Wright to approve a blanket task order agreement with HMG
Engineers for professional services for a period of five years. All Ayes. Moved by Wine, second by Knope to approve a task order agreement with HMG Engineers for professional services to design, submit to IDOT for approval, assist with bidding, and construction guidance for curbing on IL Route 13 in the amount of $1,600.00. All Ayes. Moved by Wright, second by Knope to approve changing the administrator on the Regions Bank Card from Scott Rust to Mary Shaw. The account was set up during the previous administration. All Ayes.
Moved by Dyson, second by Wine to approve Ordinance 19-537 amending Section 1-2-26, Bidding and Contracting Procedures. The ordinance stated that when a project's estimated costs exceed twenty thousand dollars they must be put out for a public bid. The ordinance was amended to twenty-five thousand to match the changes in the state statute. All Ayes.
The board discussed several vacant properties that are considered dangerous/unsafe and in violation of property codes. The owners of record will be issued a 15-day notice on these properties to begin the demolition process. Moved by Wright, second by Knope to approve paying off the loan for 410 E. Grant Street in the amount of $35,390.80. All Ayes.
Moved by Dyson, second by Campbell to adjourn at 7:40 pm. All Ayes.