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>JANUARY 12TH, 2015 MINUTES OF HEARING AND MEETING
IML News - Due to the nature of the Public Hearing and following Regular City Council Meeting which was held on Monday, January 12th, 2015, and also in lieu of numerous requests, we at IML News thought it advisable to post the January 12th Minutes of the Public Hearing and Meeting for public viewing....READ MORE
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MARCH 16, 2015 BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING
The highlight of the meeting of the Board of Aldermen was an introduction and vote on what is now Ordinance 94.
The Bill, now Ordinance 94, introduced what will be pay for the Mayor, Board President and Aldermen. Bill Number 15-05 was read before a full house in attendance of the meeting on Monday, March 16, 2015. The Bill makes provisions for the payment amounts as follows per month: Mayor - $250.00, Board President - $150.00, Aldermen - $100.00. The Bill was read twice and a motion and a second was then recorded.
The Mayor Pro Tem Dustin Steinc then opened the floor for discussion. Several people held objections to the Bill, as well as several made statements in favor of the payments to the Board. Emotions regarding the matter appeared to be generally mixed. The Mayor answered questions, and he also stated that the budget was already set for the year and allowed for the payments. There were also statements made from those in attendance regarding the condition of the roads and budgeting. The Mayor assured the public that the road budget had been set, the maintenance workers are currently working on the roads and that the Board was going to be looking into other ideas to correct the ongoing yearly issues.
With no other statements or questions being asked by the public, the Mayor called for a vote from the Aldermen. The vote went as follows: Aldermen Roger Stodgell of Ward 2 – YES, Alderman Josh Skaggs of Ward 1 – YES, Alderman Dustin Steinc of Ward 3 – YES, Alderman Bob Lincoln of Ward 1 – YES, Alderwomen Rita Gebhardt of Ward 2 – NO. There were four votes in favor of Bill Number 15-05, Ordinance 94, and one was opposed. The Bill passed with a majority. It should be noted that per law that the payments will not go into effect until after the April 7 election.
Another item on the agenda was the discussion and vote to repair the Dodge Pickup that will be used as a utility vehicle for the Maintenance Department and the Parks Department. A budget of $500.00 was unanimously voted for to make the needed repairs.
For more information a copy of the meeting’s minutes can be obtained from the City Clerk at City Hall during regular business hours.
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Posted: March 19, 2015, 2:00pm cst
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