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VILLAGE OF PALESTINE
APRIL 5, 2018

PUBLIC MEETING – 5:30 PM
As per Notice in the Robinson Daily News on March 26, 2018
For the purpose of providing general information to the public
Regarding the proposed USDA GRANT for PALESTINE POLICE DEPARTMENT
 - For the purchase of a new Police Vehicle

Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda
6:00 PM

Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call
Minutes                                                                                                         
Visitors

BOARD ACTION

I.    OLD BUSINESS
I.    OLD BUSINESS
I.1  UPDATE REPORT – Building demolition. Report from Janice Fuller re her building after demo
I.2  PPPS representative Max Fulling – RE Handicapped Accessible Entrance
I.3 

II.   NEW BUSINESS:
II.1:  Official Approval of 2018-2019 Budget
II.2:  Board Discussion and Approval of Tabled - updated Employee Handbook – Remove from table – Gene Purcell
II.3 :  Board Approval of PDA request for the 2017 16th Annual Wabash Valley Wine and Art Festival – October 6 & 7, 2018 – Same area as last year - See attached copy of the letter of request for details
II.4:  Board Approval of Palestine Police Department Parking Violations -Copy attached
II.5:  ILLINOIS LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION has mandated that Crawford County is to have mandatory BASSET PROGRAM TRAINING by July 1, 2018.  – Copy of attorney’s info
II.6:  Board Approval of AMEREN Ordinance extending contract

III•       DPW REPORT: Kathy Clark 
IV•      POLICE REPORT: Chief of Police, Jeff Besing    
V•       PIONEER ROOM/MAIN STREET PARK – March – Brian Nethery
FYI:    FOIA and OMA Certificates due:  March 1, 2018 – J. R. Dunlap
FYI:    Railroad is requesting the closure of the RR Crossing at Brock Boulevard
FYI:    We have received a bona fide offer to purchase the property at 307 W. Market
            at the price we set
FYI:    SPRING CLEAN-UP DAYS:  April 18, 19, and 20, 2018
            FALL CLEAN-UP DAYS:  October 17, 18, and 19, 2018
FYI:     Statement of Economic Interest forms for 2018-2019

  

VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS                                 
VI.1••BUDGET COMMITTEE and FINANCE COMMITTEE; Shirley Adams, Chairman     
VI.2••BUILDING REGULATIONS; PERMITS; MAINTENANCE; Gene Purcell, Chairman
VI.3••EMPLOYEE RELATIONS COMMITTEE; Harry Gene Purcell, Chairman      
VI.4••FOIA OFFICERS: Shirley Adams – FOIA Certificates due March 1,2018 – J.R. Dunlap
VI.5••ORDINANCE COMMITTEE: Patricia J Schofield
VI.6••STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND ALLEYS COMMITTEE; Tim McDaniel, Chairman
VI.7••SEWER COMMITTEE; George Harrison, Chairman
          Mayor is Ex-Officio Member of each committee          

VII:  MOTION TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION:  (if any)

VIII:  MOTION TO GO BACK INTO GENERAL SESSION:

VIV.  MOTION TO ADJOURN MEETING

 

 

 

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