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Village of Dieterich President & Board of Trustees met July 1

By East Central Reporter Reports | Aug 14, 2019

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Village of Dieterich President & Board of Trustees met July 1.

Here is the minutes provided by the board:

The Dieterich Village Board met in regular session on Monday, July 1, 2019 at 6:30 PM at Village Hall.

The meeting was called to order by President Brad Hardiek and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

The following Trustees were present: Carrie Galbraith; Mike French; Sean Pankau; Jeff White and Derick Stumeier. Trustee Bill Lane was absent. With five Trustees and President Hardiek present, a quorum was declared to be present. Also at the meeting were: Clerk Brittny Gipson and Village Engineer Lee Beckman.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee C. Galbraith to approve the omnibus agenda; approve minutes of the June 17, 2019 regular meeting; approve the Treasurer’s Report; approve Expenditures and approve Per Diem pay. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

Engineer Beckman reported to the Board the Industrial Park East plat is now at IDOT awaiting approval from the State. Lee mentioned the possibility of applying for an additional grant with DCEO that would be based upon jobs created in the new Industrial Park. The water and sewer plans for the Industrial Park East have been submitted to the IEPA for approval. Lee is planning on a January or February bid date for the infrastructure, unless we have a reason to bid it sooner.

Lee reported the ITEP 2016 project design is still in process. Lee’s office had several questions for the Board to answer on the set of preliminary plans. Those questions will be discussed over the next few weeks.

There has been communication from IDNR to Clerk Gipson regarding the OSLAD grant. The grant agreement is still being held in Springfield and delays have occurred since it is a new fiscal year. We should expect to see the grant agreement soon. Lee said we need to figure out how many separate projects we want to break the OSLAD grant project into.

Lee reported the Dieterich Creek channel re-alignment public comment period had ended and comments were issued by the Army Corps of Engineers. Lee’s office was working to address those comments. A vegetative buffer will be needed along both sides of the new channel for mitigation measures. Lee showed the Board an exhibit for the mitigation area. In response to Mr. Tay’s comment about the proposed realigned unnamed tributary that was on his property, it was decided the unnamed tributary would be left alone and no realignment or changes would be made to it.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee J. White to approve pay estimate #1 to Tebbe Excavating for $38,227.50 for the Dollar General water and sewer main extensions. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee J. White to approve pay estimate #1 for $11,445.00 to Esker & Walker Construction for the Hartke Subdivision v-gutter extensions on Liberty Drive and Veterans Drive. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee J. White; seconded by Trustee C. Galbraith to approve pay estimate #1 to Tebbe Excavating for $25,800.00 for dirt removal in Hartke Subdivision. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee J. White to approve Ordinance 968-19: Authorizing Execution of a Contract for Private Development Pursuant to Village of Dieterich, Illinois Plan for Tax Increment Financing Area No. 3 (Dollar General – Westmore Equities, LLC). Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee J. White to approve Ordinance 969-19: Authorizing the Purchase of an Easement for Utility Purposes (Bishop Township Property). Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee J. White; seconded by Trustee C. Galbraith to approve Ordinance 970-19: Authorizing the Purchase of an Easement for Utility Purposes (Rick L. Probst & Eric D. Probst Property). Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee D. Stumeier; seconded by Trustee J. White to approve Ordinance 971-19: Authorizing Grant of Easement Agreement (Rick L. Probst & Eric D. Probst). Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee J. White to approve Ordinance 972-19: Authorizing Assignment of Rights Under Ordinance 789-2015, An Ordinance Granting to the Montrose Mutual Telephone Company Certain Rights in the Incorporated Village of Dieterich, Effingham County, Illinois. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee D. Stumeier to approve Ordinance 973-19: Making Appropriation for the Corporate Purposes of the Village of Dieterich, Effingham County, Illinois, for the Fiscal Year Commencing May 1, 2019 and Ending April 30, 2020. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee J. White; seconded by Trustee D. Stumeier to approve Ordinance 974-19: Authorizing the Sale of Personal Property. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee J. White; seconded by Trustee M. French to approve Resolution 483-19: Maintenance Under the Illinois Code, which allows for expenditures from our Motor Fuel account. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

A motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee J. White to approve a $100 cart sponsorship of the annual Community Support Systems Golf Classic. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

At 8:26 PM a motion was made by Trustee M. French; seconded by Trustee C. Galbraith to adjourn the meeting. Roll call was 5 yes and 0 no.

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