April 09, 2015 Minutes

Village of Louisville

Meeting Minutes

6:00 PM

April 09, 2015

 

The Village Board of Trustee’s met in Regular Session, those in attendance were, Trustee Fender, Trustee Miller, Trustee Byers, Trustee Rinehart and Trustee Leonard. Also in attendance were Attorney Barry Bright, Superintendent Troy Elwood, Clerk Angela Stanfield, Treasurer Stephanie Bailey, Engineer Mike Bridges, Sheriff Andy Myers of Clay County Sheriff’s Office, Beth Fancher of Clay County Republican, Pat Garrett of WNOI, Trevor Bissey, Heather Rosch, Vicki Martin, Scott Cassolari and Angie Frye. Trustee Poehler arrived at 6:06. President Murbarger was absent.

Attorney Barry Bright announced that President Murbarger was absent, Attorney Barry Bright called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM.

Roll Call taken and the following Village authorities announced present at the beginning of the April 09, 2015 regular meeting: Trustee Danny Miller, Trustee Troy Fender, Trustee Gina Rinehart, Trustee Gene Leonard, Trustee Nancy Byers. Absent were President Dale Murbarger and Trustee JeanAnn Poehler.

Pledge of Allegiance followed.

A motion made by Trustee Byers and seconded by Trustee Miller to nominate Trustee Troy Fender as Mayor Pro Tem for the April 09, 2015 regular meeting. Trustee Poehler absent.

Roll Call

5 Ayes – 0 Nays – 1 – Absent – Motion Carried

A motion made by Trustee Rinehart and seconded by Trustee Byers to approve the agenda for April 09, 2015 regular meeting. Trustee Poehler absent.

Roll Call

5 Ayes – 0 Nays – 1 – Absent – Motion Carried

A motion made by Trustee Miller and seconded by Trustee Leonard to approve March 19, 2015 Regular Meeting Minutes. Trustee Poehler absent.

Roll Call

5 Ayes – 0 Nays – 1 Absent – Motion Carried

 

Trustee Poehler entered the meeting at 6:06 p.m.

Sheriff Andy Myers of Clay County Sheriff’s Office presented Activity Report for March.

Heather Rosch, Vicki Martin and Scott Casolari addressed the board to complain about speeding traffic on Vandalia Road. Sheriff Andy Myers stated Vandalia Road will be patrolled and he will also survey with a radar gun and present the survey report at next month’s meeting and make a recommendation. Village board agreed to put up speed limit signs and consider Sheriff Andy Myers recommendation at next month’s meeting.

Trevor Bissey gave an update on the Route 50 Coalition and asked the board to consider a donation for the U.S. Route 50 Four-Lane Coalition. A motion made by Trustee Miller and seconded by Trustee Byers to approve $1000.00 donation.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

No motion made to consider advertisement with WCRC Radio for the Hometown Spotlight.

A motion made by Trustee Rinehart and seconded by Trustee Poehler to set the date for City Wide Rummage Sales for May 09, 2015.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

A motion made by Trustee Rinehart and seconded by Trustee Poehler to set the date for City Wide Clean Up for May 18-25, 2015, with May 25, 2015 being the heavy pick up date.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

Superintended Troy Elwood gave an update on Maschhoff’s utility installation.

Superintendent Troy Elwood inquired about hiring temporary summer employees. Village board directed Elwood to evaluate summer work schedule and make a recommendation at next months meeting.

Village board discussed Vandalia Road maintenance.

A motion made by Trustee Rinehart and seconded by Trustee Miller to approve the Cub Scouts for community service projects for the village.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

A motion made by Trustee Miller and seconded by Trustee Poehler to approve Brittany’s Floral & Landscape Designs Proposal for Community Courtyard maintenance for Spring Maintenance $350.00, Summer Maintenance $15.00 per week, Fall Maintenance $200.00, total amount $920.00. Village board approved proposal but would like clarification if materials were included in the cost proposed.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

 

Attorney Barry Bright presented a resolution to approve Highway Authority Agreement between Louisville Service Station and the Village regarding management of disposal/disturbance of underground storage tank related contaminants under Chestnut Street right of way. A motion made by Trustee Rinehart and seconded by Trustee Byers to approve the resolution.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

Attorney Barry Bright presented ordinance establishing trash pickup regulations. A motion made by Trustee Miller and seconded by Trustee Leonard to approve the ordinance. Trustee Poehler voting no.

Roll Call

5 Ayes – 1 Nays – Motion Carried

Other items discussed in open time were; office computer upgrade and estimate from Compass Web, repair to the Village Hall flag pole due to wind damage, memorial plaque for Nita Noblett to display in Community Courtyard and make contact with Concrete Evolutions to discuss repainting the Community Courtyard wall.

A motion to enter into Executive Session was made by Trustee Byers and seconded by Trustee Leonard at 7:29 PM for the purpose of approving last month’s executive session meeting minutes, Personnel and Lease, Sale and/or Purchase of Real Estate or Possible Litigation.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

The Village Board of Trustees returned to open session at 7:56 PM on a motion by Trustee Byers and seconded by Trustee Poehler.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

A motion to approve Executive Session Minutes for March 19, 2015 Regular Meeting made by Trustee Poehler and seconded by Trustee Byers.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

Motion made by Trustee Rinehart and seconded by Trustee Miller to approve the regular monthly bills.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

A motion to adjourn made by Trustee Poehler and seconded by Trustee Leonard at 7:58 PM.

Roll Call

6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

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Angela Stanfield Dale Murbarger

Village Clerk Village President

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