May 31, 2017 Meeting Minutes – Strategic Planning

Village of Louisville
Meeting Minutes
5:30 PM
May 31, 2017
STRATEGIC PLANNING

The Village Board met in session on May 31, 2017 for Strategic Planning. Those in attendance were, President Kim Adair, Trustee Rusty Harper, Trustee Steve Stortzum, Trustee Craig Clifton, Trustee Angie Frye, Trustee Gina Rinehart and Trustee Nancy Byers. Also in attendance were Attorney Barry Bright, Superintendent Troy Elwood, Clerk Angela Stanfield and Treasurer Stephanie Bailey. Attorney Barry Bright left at 8:00 PM.

President Adair called the meeting to order at 5:30 PM.

Roll Call taken and the following village authorities announced present at the beginning of the May 31, 2017 Strategic Planning Meeting; President Kim Adair, Trustee Rusty Harper, Trustee Craig Clifton, Trustee Nancy Byers, Trustee Steve Stortzum, Trustee Angie Frye and Trustee Gina Rinehart.

Pledge of Allegiance followed.

A motion made by Trustee Frye and seconded by Trustee Byers to approve the agenda for May 31, 2017 Strategic Planning Meeting.
Roll Call
6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

President Kim Adair began strategic planning meeting discussing liquor licenses. The April 04, 2017 Election passed by majority of votes that, the sale of alcoholic liquor be sold at retail in the Village of Louisville. The Illinois Liquor Control Act states the Village of Louisville President, Kim Adair, is designated as Local Liquor Control Commissioner, the administrator of the provisions of the Illinois Liquor Control Act, rules and regulations, ordinances and resolutions relating to alcoholic liquor to be sold at retail in the Village of Louisville. President Kim Adair discussed ideas for the establishing of rules and regulations, policies, ordinances and resolutions in planning for the distribution and sale of alcoholic liquor in the Village of Louisville. Attorney Barry Bright presented a summary of elements of a comprehensive liquor ordinance, presented summary of video gaming requirements and summary of distance rules between license holder’s property and church or school. Village board discussed and reviewed information regarding the sale of alcoholic liquor in the Village of Louisville and the board will advance to establish rules, regulations, policies, ordinances and resolutions for the distribution and sale of alcoholic liquor in the Village of Louisville.

Village board reviewed the previous year’s goals outlined, and assessed the significant achievements and progress of Strategic Planning goals set in 2016-2017.

Village board discussed and outlined various goals and attained a list of Utility Goals, Short Term Goals, Long Term Goals, Immediate Goals and Ongoing Goals for 2017-18.

There was no final action was taken on any of the following Strategic Planning goals.

UTILITY GOALS 2017-18
1. Sewer Improvements
2. Waterline Extension
3. Water and Gas Meters
4. Utility Mapping

SHORT TERM GOALS 2017-18
1. Golf Cart
2. Pocket Park Mural
3. Sidewalk at Cemetery
4. Review Ordinance Book
5. City Park
6. Liquor License
7. Drive Up Drop Box
8. Accept Debit Cards
9. New Fire Safe Filing Cabinet
10. Secure Storage for Records
11. Vendor Contracts
12. Customer Water leak Insurance Policy
13. Family Treasure Building

LONG TERM GOALS 2017-18
1. Maintain /Retain Businesses
2. Sidewalks
3. Vacant Houses
4. Walking Trail
5. Housing Rehab
6. Residential Growth

IMMEDIATE GOALS 2017-18
1. Water Tower
2. Lower Taxes
3. Liquor License
4. Garbage Contract
5. Entrance Signs
6. Pocket Park Signs

ON GOING GOALS 2017-18
1. Pocket Park
2. Employee Licenses
3. Cleanup
4. Ordinance Book
5. Cemetery Maintenance
6. Warehouse Maintenance
7. Service Projects

A motion to adjourn at 10:37 PM made by Trustee Stortzum and seconded by Trustee Byers.
Roll Call
6 Ayes – 0 Nays – Motion Carried

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Kim Adair
Village President
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Angela Stanfield Date
Village Clerk

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