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City of Clinton City Council met August 5

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Oct 9, 2019


City of Clinton City Council met Aug. 5.

Here is the minutes provided by the council:

Minutes of the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Clinton, Illinois in session in the Council Chambers of City Hall, Monday, August 5, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Mayor Roger Cyrulik, presiding. On roll call, Commissioners Ballenger, Edmunds, Buchanan and Wise were present.

Written motion was made by Commissioner Ballenger and seconded by Commissioner Wise that the minutes of the regular meeting of July 15, 2019 be approved as submitted. On roll call vote, Commissioners Edmunds, Buchanan, Wise, Ballenger and Mayor Cyrulik voted “Yes”.

The bills and payroll were read.

Written motion was made by Commissioner Edmunds and seconded by Commissioner Buchanan that the bills and payroll be allowed as read and the Clerk be instructed to issue warrants on the Treasurer for the several amounts. On roll call vote, Commissioners Buchanan, Wise, Ballenger, Edmunds and Mayor Cyrulik voted “Yes”.

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS

None

REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Mayor Cyrulik reported he met with the Maintenance Supervisor at the Hospital with concerns of the drainage on the parking lot and they are trying different materials in three different places and he will get back with the Mayor with the results.

REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF STREETS & PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS

Commissioner Buchanan reported there will be a public information meeting regarding the Center Street Re-Construction Project (which is scheduled for construction next summer 2020) on Tuesday, August 27th from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at City Hall for all residents who live along Center St.

REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PROPERTY

Commissioner Wise had no report.

REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY

Commissioner Ballenger reported the LED Exterior Lighting for Engine 2 have been put on and it really made a difference. He also stated kids have been riding their bikes and slamming on the brakes on the Pickleball Courts and tearing it up so signs will be posted “No Bicycles Allowed”.

Police Chief Ben Lowers introduced the new police officer, Joseph Krasny and the City Clerk swore him in. He also stated that Officer Sean Freytag will be retiring and he and his family will be moving to Florida where he will continue with his career in law enforcement.

REPORT FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTS & FINANCES

Commissioner Edmunds had no report.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Written motion was made by Commissioner Wise and seconded by Commissioner Edmunds to approve the Contract between the City of Clinton and Evergreen FS Inc. for the Lime Sludge Removal at the Water Treatment Plant. On roll call vote, Commissioners Wise, Ballenger, Edmunds, Buchanan and Mayor Cyrulik voted “Yes”.

NEW BUSINESS

On File – Sale of Personal Property (40 Used Office Waiting Room Chairs and Related Furniture from the Family Medicine Waiting Room) - Warner Hospital & Health Services

On File – Purchase of a Leak Detector/Water Dept. – Subsurface Solutions - $4,603.50, Water Products Company - $5,900.00 & Pollardwater - $5,988.37

ADJOURNMENT

With no further business to come before the Council, a motion was made by Commissioner Ballenger and seconded by Commissioner Edmunds to adjourn the meeting. On roll call vote, Commissioners Ballenger, Edmunds, Buchanan, Wise and Mayor Cyrulik voted “Yes”.

https://www.clintonillinois.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Minutes-2019-08-05.pdf

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