Minutes of November 28, 2016

MINUTES OF THE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2016, CITY COUNCIL MEETING

 

 

 

The regular meeting of the City Council was called to order at 6:30 P.M., with Mayor Camie Sanders presiding.  Upon roll call, all council members were present.

 

Sanders made a motion, seconded by Raisner, to approve the minutes of the previous meeting as written.  Upon roll call, all council members voted for.  Motion carried.

 

Ms. Kelsey Swing with Gilbert, Metzger & Madigan presented the City of Marshall’s Annual Audit.

 

Sanders made a motion, seconded by Strait, to approve CHANGE ORDER #1 with Ne-Co Asphalt Co., Inc. for the 5th Street Resurfacing Project in the amount of $9,724.80. Upon roll call, all members voted for. Motion carried.

 

Sanders made a motion, seconded by LeFever, to approve Pay Estimate No. 1 and Final to Ne-Co Asphalt Co., Inc. for the 5th Street Resurfacing Project in the amount of $207,484.20. Upon roll call, all council members voted for. Motion carried.

 

LeFever made a motion, seconded by McKittrick, to approve payment to Bob Ridings Inc., for a 2017 Ford F350 in the amount of $36,200.00. Upon roll call, all council members voted for. Motion carried.

 

Sanders made a motion, seconded by LeFever, to adopt ORDINANCE NO. 2016-O-20, an Ordinance addressing the payment of Cable Television Franchise Fees in the City of Marshall, Illinois. Upon roll call,

all council members voted for. Motion carried.

 

Sanders made a motion, seconded by Smitley, to approve street closing request for the Annual Parade of Lights to be held on Saturday, December 3, 2016. Upon roll call, all council members voted for. Motion carried.

 

LeFever made a motion, seconded by McKittrick, to approve payment of bills in the amount of $374,444.12. Upon roll call, all council members voted for. Motion carried.

 

Sanders made a motion, seconded by McKittrick, to pay Wal-Mart Community $358.45.  Upon roll call, all council members voted for except Raisner.  Raisner did not vote due to the nature of her employment. Motion carried.

Being no further business, LeFever made a motion, seconded by Smitley, to adjourn.  Upon roll call, all council members voted for.  Motion carried.  Meeting adjourned at 7:20 P.M.