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Marshall City Council gathers to review financial reports, hear motions

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By East Central Reporter Reports | Jul 3, 2016


Members of the Marshall City Council met on Monday, June 13.

The Marshall City Council, which includes six members and the mayor, meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month at City Hall, 201 S. Michigan Ave.

Here are the meeting minutes as provided by the Marshall City Council:

Council Minutes of June 13, 2016

MINUTES OF THE MONDAY, JUNE 13, 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 except Wallace. Wallace was absent.

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

The Collector’s Report was read. $746,907.73 was collected in May 2016 and transferred to City funds. Strait made a motion, seconded by Smitley, to approve the Collector’s Report as read. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

The Treasurer’s Report was read. There was a balance in city funds of $8,218,106.12 on May 31, 2016. Strait made a motion, seconded by LeFever, to approve the Treasurer’s Report as read. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

The Investment Transaction Report was read. On May 18, 2016 the Gas CD of $1,000.000 was cashed from First Financial Bank. A $1,000,000 CD was then purchased from Old National Bank with an interest rate of 65%. The interest earned of $498.63 was deposited into the Gas Fund at First Bank of Marshall. LeFever made a motion, seconded by McKittrick, to approve the Investment Transaction Report as read. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

The Police Report was read. $2,770.20 was collected in fines for the month of May 2016. Strait made a motion, seconded by LeFever, to approve the Police Report as read. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

The Building Permit Report was read. There were seven permits issued and $115.00 collected in fees during the month of May 2016. Smitley made a motion, seconded by Sanders, to approve the Building Permit Report as read. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried. The Clark County Historical Society was NOT charged a fee.

Strait made a motion, seconded by LeFever, to approve payment of Pay Application #5 to Dashiell Contracting Inc. in the amount of $11,220.31 for the Casey Water Main Project. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

Sanders made a motion, seconded by Strait, to approve payment of Pay Application #6 to Hoerr Construction Inc. in the amount of $26,346.54 for the Sewer Lining Project. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

LeFever made a motion, seconded by Sanders, to approve mosquito spraying by Dominique Youakim Aerinova Spraying in the amount of $4,200.00. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

LeFever made a motion, seconded by Strait, to adopt RESOLUTION NO. 2016-R-06, a Resolution Authorizing an Agreement Initiating Phase II of the Pool Project with Burbach Aquatics Inc. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

Raisner made a motion, seconded by Sanders, to approve a street closing request from the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce for August 12, 2016 for National Night Out; Archer Ave – 7th St. to 5th St., 5th Street – Archer Ave. to Locust St., 6th Street – Archer Ave. to Locust St., Locust Street – 6th St. to 5th St. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

Raisner made a motion, seconded by Smitley, to pay bills as presented in the amount of $686,724.96. Upon roll call, all council members present voted for. Motion carried.

Strait made a motion, seconded by LeFever, to pay Wal-Mart Community $124.77. Upon roll call, all council members present 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 present voted for. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 7:05 P.M.

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