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City of Waterloo City Council met August 5

By South West Illinois News Reports | Aug 28, 2019

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City of Waterloo City Council met Aug. 5.

Here is the minutes provided by the council:

1. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Smith at 7:30 p.m.

2. The following Aldermen were present: Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller. Alderman Thomas was absent.

3. Pledge of Allegiance by Mayor Tom Smith.

4. Correction or Withdrawal of Agenda Items by Sponsor. None.

5. Approval of Minutes as Written or Amended.

Motion made by Alderman Darter and seconded by Alderman Heller to approve the July 15, 2019, 7:30 p.m. City Council Minutes. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen Hopkins and Trantham voting yea.

6. Petitions by Citizens on Non-Agenda Items. None.

7. Reports and Communications from the Mayor and other City Officers.

A. Report of Collector. No report. Collector Kennedy was absent.

B. Report of Treasurer. No report.

C. Report of Subdivision and Zoning Administrator. No report.

D. Report of Director of Public Works.

Tim Birk stated Tuesday designated streets will be closed, due to the Booster Club painting ‘Paws’ from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

E. Report of Chief of Police.

WPD Sergeant Trin Daws reported 4 officers have recently completed Active Shooter Training.

F. Report of City Attorney. No report.

G. Report and Communication by Mayor.

1. Re-Appointment of Rita Trantham to the Morrison-Talbott Library Board of Trustees for a Three-Year Term to Expire June 10, 2022. The Re-Appointment was unanimously approved with Aldermen Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

2. Re-Appointment of Judith Tomlinson to the Morrison-Talbott Library Board of Trustees for a Three-year Term to Expire June 30, 2022. The Re-Appointment was unanimously approved with Aldermen Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

3. Re-Appointment of Andrew Mayer to the Morrison-Talbott Library Board of Trustees for a Three-Year Term to Expire June 30, 2022. The Re-Appointment was unanimously approved with Aldermen Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

4. Aldermen Darter and Notheisen were appointed to the Dispatching Committee.

8. Report of Standing Committees. No report.

9. Report of Special Committees. No report.

10. Presentation of Communications, Petitions, Resolutions, Orders and Ordinances by Aldermen.

A. Consideration and Action on Resolution No. 19-14 Approving a Contract between Human Support Services and the City of Waterloo, Illinois for Clean-Up of Downtown Waterloo.

Motion made by Alderman Darter and seconded by Alderman Heller to approve Resolution No. 19-14 approving a contract between Human Support Services and the City of Waterloo, Illinois for clean-up of downtown Waterloo. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen, Hopkins and Trantham voting yea.

B. Consideration and Action on Ordinance No. 1787 Amending Chapter 27 Offenses, Article VII, Alternative Nicotine Products, by the replacement of “18 years of age” to “21 years of age”.

Motion made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Hopkins to approve Ordinance No. 1787 Amending Chapter 27 Offenses, Article VII, Alternative Nicotine Products, by the replacement of “18 years of age”’ to “21 years of age.” Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

C. Consideration and Action on Ordinance No. 1788 Amending the Official Zoning Map of the City of Waterloo, Illinois for Property Located in the Northwinds Subdivision, more commonly known as 111 E. Halifax Drive, Lot #5, Phase 1 from B-3 Central Business District to R-2 Single Family Residential.

Motion made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Heller to reject Ordinance No. 1788 amending the Official Zoning Map of the City of Waterloo, Illinois for property located in the Northwinds Subdivision, more commonly known as 111 E. Halifax Drive, Lot #5, Phase 1, from B-3 Central Business District to R-2 Single Family Residential. Motion to reject Ordinance No. 1788 passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

11. Unfinished Business. None.

12. Miscellaneous Business.

A. Consideration and Action on Warrant No. 580.

Motion made by Alderman Darter and seconded by Alderman Row to approve Warrant No. 580. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen, Hopkins and Trantham voting yea.

B. Consideration and Action on One (1) Year Commitment at the Builder Level of $10,000.00 to the Monroe County, Illinois Economic Development Corporation. Motion made by Alderman by Alderman Heller and seconded by Alderman Hopkins to approve a one (1) year commitment at the Builder Level of $10,000.00 to the Monroe County, Illinois Economic Development Corporation. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Heller, Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner and Row voting yea.

C. Consideration and Action on Accident Insurance Program for Volunteer Groups Effective 09-01-19 at a Cost of $543.00.

Motion made by Alderman Buettner and seconded by Alderman Notheisen to approve an accident insurance program for volunteer groups effective 09-01-19 at a cost of $543.00. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham and Darter voting yea.

D. Consideration and Action on Approval of Truck Centers Inc. as Low Bidder in the Amount of $106.339.00 (after $16,000 trade-in) for the Single-Axle Dump Truck as bid on 07-23-19 at 1:00 p.m.

Motion made by Alderman Row and seconded by Alderman Heller to approve Truck Centers Inc. as low bidder in the amount of $106,339.00 (after $16,000 trade-in) for the single-axle dump truck as bid on 07-23-19 at 1:00 p.m. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Row, Heller, Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter and Buettner voting yea.

E. Consideration and Action on Rooter’s American Maintenance Inc. as Low Bidder in the Amount of $634,555.54 for the Waterloo 2019 Resurfacing Project as bid on 07- 25-19 at 2:00 p.m.

Motion made by Alderman Hopkins and seconded by Alderman Darter to approve Rooter’s American Maintenance Inc. as low bidder in the amount of $634,555.54 for the Waterloo 2019 Resurfacing Project as bid on 07-25-19 at 2:00 p.m. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller and Notheisen voting yea.

F. Consideration and Action on Solicitation Request from the Waterloo Fire Department for their Annual “Fill the Boot’ Campaign for the Muscular Dystrophy Association to be held on Friday, August 16, 2019 and Saturday, August 17, 2019 at the intersection of Mill and Main Streets.

Motion made by Alderman Buettner and seconded by Alderman Row to approve a Solicitation Request from the Waterloo Fire Department for their Annual “Fill the Boot” Campaign for the Muscular Dystrophy Association to be held on Friday, August 16, 2019 and Saturday, August 17, 2019 at the intersection of Mill and Main Streets. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham and Darter voting yea.

G. Consideration and Action on Request from LifechurchX to change the date for their Biker Sunday Special Event from September 29, 2019 to September 22, 2019.

Motion made by Alderman Hopkins and seconded by Alderman Notheisen to approve a request from LifechurchX to change the date for their Biker Sunday Special Event from September 29, 2019 to September 22, 2019. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Hopkins, Trantham, Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller and Notheisen voting yea.

H. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from Vintage Wine Bar for their Annual Rock-n-Blues Benefit Concert to be held on Sunday, September 1, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. and to include the closure of an alley behind their business.

Motion made by Alderman Row and seconded by Alderman Darter to approve a Special Event Permit Application from Vintage Wine Bar for their Annual Rock-n- Blues Benefit Concert to be held on Sunday, September 1, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. and to include the closure of an alley behind their business. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Row, Heller, Notheisen, Hopkins, Trantham, Darter and Buettner voting yea.

13. Discussion of Matters by Council Members Arising After Agenda Deadline. None.

14. Motion to Adjourn made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Buettner. Motion passed with unanimous voice vote. Mayor Smith adjourned the meeting at 7:45 p.m.

http://www.waterloo.il.us/wp-content/uploads/CC-08-05-19-Minutes.pdf

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