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City of Waterloo City Council met July 15

By South West Illinois News Reports | Oct 7, 2019

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City of Waterloo City Council met July 15.

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, Thomas, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller.

Aldermen Hopkins and Trantham were 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 1, 2019, 7:30 p.m. City Council Minutes. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Darter,

Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen and Thomas 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.

The report is in the packet. Motion to accept the report made by Alderman Row and seconded by Alderman Heller. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Row,

Heller, Notheisen, Thomas, Darter and Buettner voting yea.

B. Report of Treasurer.

The report is in the packet. Motion to accept the report made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Heller. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Thomas, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

C. Report of Subdivision and Zoning Administrator.

No report. Administrator Nagel was absent.

D. Report of Building Inspector/Code Administrator.

The report is in the packet.

E. Report of Director of Public Works. No report.

F. Report of Chief of Police. No report.

G. Report of City Attorney. No report.

H. Report and Communication by Mayor.

1. Commendation to Donovan McBride on his performance at the IHSA State Track & Field Meet.

2. Commendation to Jenna Schwartz on her 5th place ranking at the IHSA State Track & Field Meet.

3. Presentation of Awards for the Yards of Distinction Contest. The winners were Shannon & Jeff Steining in the Large Yard category, Kraig Tomiser in the Medium Yard category and Jennifer & Dennis Bullock in the Small Yard category. Thanks to Roberta Rohwedder of the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and Steve Notheisen of the Waterloo Garden Club.

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.

None.

11. Unfinished Business. 

None.

12. Miscellaneous Business.

A. Consideration and Action on Approval of Improvement Plans for Country Club Hills PH III.

Motion made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Darter to approve the Improvement Plans for Country Club Hills PH III. Discussion. Improvements should begin in 30 days. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Thomas, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

B. Consideration and Action on Purchase of an F150 Pickup Truck from Morrow Bros. Ford, in the amount of $31,270.00, to replace a 1999 3⁄4 Ton Pickup Truck.

Motion made by Alderman Row and seconded by Alderman Heller to purchase an F150 Pickup Truck from Morrow Bros. Ford in the amount of $31,270.00 to replace a 1999 3⁄4 Ton Pickup Truck. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Row, Heller, Notheisen, Thomas, Darter and Buettner voting yea.

C. Consideration and Action on Approval of Visu-Sewer of Missouri, LLC as Low Bidder in the Amount of $127,671.20 for the 2019 Sewer Lining Project.

Motion made by Alderman Darter and seconded by Alderman Row to approve Visu- Sewer of Missouri, LLC as low bidder in the amount of $127,671.20 for the 2019 Sewer Lining Project. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen and Thomas voting yea.

D. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from Helping Strays of Monroe County for a Queen of Hearts Raffle to be conducted at Hopskeller Brewing Company on Thursday evenings beginning August 8, 2019.

Motion made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Heller to approve a Special Event Permit Application from Helping Strays of Monroe County for a Queen of Hearts Raffle to be conducted at Hopskeller Brewing Company on Thursday evenings beginning August 8, 2019. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Thomas, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

E. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from JV’s for the Annual Explore Waterloo event to be held on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. with the Closure of Main Street between First Street and the Flower Street alley.

Motion made by Alderman Buettner and seconded by Alderman Notheisen to approve a Special Event Permit Application from JV’s for the Annual Explore Waterloo event to be held on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. with the closure of Main Street between First Street and the Flower Street alley. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen, Thomas and Darter voting yea.

F. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from Life Network of Southern Illinois for a Walk/Run/Ride to be held on September 21, 2019.

Motion made by Alderman Darter and seconded by Alderman Heller to approve a Special Event Permit Application from Life Network of Southern Illinois for a Walk/Run/Ride to be held on September 21, 2019. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller, Notheisen and Thomas voting yea.

G. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from the WCUSD#5 for their Annual Bulldog Color Run to be held on September 28, 2019 with partial closures of Fourth, Rogers, First and Hamacher Streets.

Motion made by Alderman Darter and seconded by Alderman Buettner to approve a Special Event Permit Application from the WCUSD#5 for their Annual Bulldog Color Run to be held on September 28, 2019 with partial closures of Fourth, Rogers, First and Hamacher Streets. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Darter, Buettner, Row, Heller Notheisen and Thomas voting yea.

H. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from LifechurchX for Biker Sunday to be held on September 29, 2019, from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., with the closure of Main Street between Mill and Third Streets.

Motion made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Darter to approve a Special Event Permit Application from LifechurchX for Biker Sunday to be held on September 29, 2019, from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., with the closure of Main Street between Mill and Third Streets. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Thomas, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

I. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from the SPPCS PTO for their Annual PumpkinFest 5K/10K to be held on October 12, 2019 from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Motion made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Row to approve a Special Event Permit Application from the SPPCS PTO for their Annual PumpkinFest 5K/10K to be held on October 12, 2019 from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Thomas, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

J. Consideration and Action on Special Event Permit Application from the City of Waterloo for PumpkinFest to be held in Downtown Waterloo on October 12, 2019 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with the closure of Main Street, Mill Street and Third Street around the Courthouse Square, and to include temporary signage.

Motion made by Alderman Notheisen and seconded by Alderman Row to approve a Special Event Permit Application from the City of Waterloo for PumpkinFest to be held in Downtown Waterloo on October 12, 2019, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with the closure of Main Street, Mill Street and Third Street around the Courthouse Square, and to include temporary signage. Motion passed unanimously with Aldermen Notheisen, Thomas, Darter, Buettner, Row and Heller voting yea.

13. Discussion of Matters by Council Members Arising After Agenda Deadline.

Alderman Notheisen noted that a point system has been implemented in St. Charles, Mo., as a way to regulate taverns on Main Street in that city.

14. Motion to Adjourn made by Alderman Heller and seconded by Alderman Notheisen. Motion passed by unanimous voice vote. Mayor Smith adjourned the meeting at 8:05 p.m.

http://www.waterloo.il.us/wp-content/uploads/CC-07-15-19-Minutes.pdf

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