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Village of Goreville Village Board met September 3

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Jan 19, 2020

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Village of Goreville Village Board met Sept. 13.

Here is the agenda provided by the board:

September 3, 2019 On September 3, 2019 at 6:05 PM, Mayor Vaughn called the regular board meeting to order. The Village Clerk, Agnes Paul conducted roll call. The following trustees were present: Trustee Jones, Trustee Beckmann, Trustee Trovllion, and Trustee Kerley were present. Trustee Johnson was absent.

Others present at the meeting were: Treasurer, Jackie Pritchett, Police Chief, Eddie Holland, Pam Perry, Sam Mighell, Fire Chief, Randy Childers, Elvis Cameron and Chuck Querry. (sign in sheet attached and filed with these minutes)

Trustee Beckmann informed the clerk that there was an error in the August 2019 minutes. He stated that he had abstained fro the August vote to approve the intergovernmental agreement for TIF #3 with Goreville Schools. The clerk acknowledged this and will correct the August minutes. Trustee Kerley motioned to approve the minutes of the August 5, 2019 regular meeting with the appropriate correction, the treasurer's report and the paid bills for August totaling $41,924.59. General Fund = $32,544.86; TIF # 1= $9,307.28; MFT = $72.45. Trustee Beckmann seconded the motion. All voted yes.

Rebecca Robinson, Partnership Specialist for the U.S. Census Bureau briefed the board on the upcoming 2020 Census and the importance of everyone being counted and changes in the program this year. She provided information to all present and her contact information for assistance in the process.

Mayor Vaughn briefed the board on the progress of the oil and chip road repair at the Peninsula Subdivision. Because Johnson County Highway Department cannot complete the work before Winter, and it is deemed critical that the work be completed before cold weather, a bid was considered by Illini Asphalt Corporation in the amount of $69,460.00, to be paid from TIF # 2. The village clerk asked Attorney Elvis Cameron for his input on the law regarding accepting the bid from one company. He stated that as long as there are no other companies that provide the service in the area, the need for publishing a request for bids was not required. He said he would confirm this fact with the engineers. (copy attached)

Pam Perry briefed the board on plans to implement an online payment plan for water bills. It would be at no cost to the village and recommended by Cambridge Technology. Any fees would be the responsibility of the customer if they choose to use the option. Trustee Trovillion motioned to approve going forward with procedures for online payment option. Trustee Kerley seconded the motion. All voted yes.

After review, Trustee Kerley motioned to approve Ordinance # 2020-5 Redevelopment Agreement with Goreville Food Market. Trustee Jones seconded the motion. All voted yes.

Fire Chief, Randy Childers requested permission to host Emergency Medical Technician EMT training at the Goreville Fire House. Anyone affiliated with a fire department would be charged $150.00. Persons not affiliated with any fire department would be charged $200.00. Our own personnel would not be charged. Everyone would be responsible for their own books.

Chief Childers also asked for authority to have Engine #16 checked. Trustee Kerley motioned to approve the action. Trustee Trovillion seconded the motion. All voted yes. (email bid attached to minutes)

At 6:50 PM, all business completed, Trustee Kerley motioned to adjourn the meeting. Trustee Trovillion seconded the motion. All voted yes.

http://villageofgoreville.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/September-2019.pdf

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