Village of Dawson Board of Trustees met September 11.
Village of Dawson Board of Trustees met Sept. 11.
Here is the minutes provided by the Board:
Dawson Village Board was called to order by Mayor Dee Smith at 7:03 pm. And followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Roll Call: Trustees present were Theresa J. Davis-Anderson, Jeremy Bounds, Robin Ashton-Hale, Josh Nibbe, Nancy Prytherch. Also present were Mayor Dee Smith, Clerk Jo D. Prytherch, Treasurer Shelly Farley, Water Super- intendent Jordon Lyons, Attorney Steve Scott, and Engineer Kevin Kuhn.
Minutes: Robin Ashton-Hale made a motion to approve the minutes, with a second by Nancy Prytherch. MC
Bills: Robin Ashton-Hale made a motion to approve the bills, with a second Josh Nibbe.
Treasurer’s report: Shelly Farley went over General, Profit and Loss, as well as the Balance Sheet.
Public Forum: Nothing to report.
New Business: Water adjustments for Mary Reese and Sarah Curry was approved by Robin Ashton-Hale and Jer- emy Bounds. MC. Jordon Leaf (Associate Planner at Spfld.-Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission) and Jeff Massi (Massi & Massi) presented a demonstration of future Corridor Beautification with a slide show of new entrance signs, painted silo’s, lighted silo’s. Concrete repair at the park— sidewalk by the pavilion needs repaired and will be seeking quotes.
Engineers Report: Kevin Kuhn, Dee Smith and Jordan Lyons reported on their field trip , seen some interesting water plant designs. Some items for consideration and seen things we would not considered putting in the new plant but the trip was very interesting seeing some new and older plants for some ideas for the new water plant.
Old Business: Waiting on George Alarm to install Camera at park.
Trustee’s Report: Josh Nibbe reported our storage building needed some TLC by using some landscaping post and rock to keep dirt from washing out from under the concrete slab which could cause bigger problems in the future if not taken care of. Looking into the cost.
Attorney’s Report: Steve did some researching on a class action bond issue for period of Aug. 2007-2010, claims against Berkadia that might have been affecting our loan thru Berkadia, also if it would be even worth trouble due to the size of the class action.
Mayor’s Report: Cottonwood tree at the park needs to be removed will be taking bids, old water plant truck needs a tune up and brakes. Water Valve is fixed, looking into amending an ordinance on raising a few chickens with guide- lines inside Village ordinance 3-1-10 (Oct. meeting). Presented was the remodeling of the Fire Dept. Training Room to be put on the agenda next month.
Adjourned at 8:35 pm.