Public Meeting Notices

Taylorville Public Library Board of Trustees

The Taylorville Public Library board of trustees will meet July 20, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. Agenda includes: call to order, approval of June regualr board meeting, welcome to Ben Robinson and Erik Driskell, this portion of the meeting is reserved for any per- son wishing to address the Board of Trustees on any relevant sub- ject concerning the Library. Please limit comments to 5 min- utes. Librarian’s report, execu- tive session (if necessary), any motion pertaining to executive session. Financial reports — cur- rent bills with addendum, capital fund, operating receipts. President’s lists. Standing Committee Reports. Finance — FY 2021 YTD budget report. Building — Outdoor space picnic tables, approval of automatic door bid. Personnel — mask dis- cussion and approval. Long range planning — report on June meeting. Old business. New busines — OMA designees, FOIA officers, approval for destruction of board minutes over 18 months old, potential board members, safety deposit box, and adjourn- ment.

Christian County Board of Health

There will be a meeting of the Christian County Board of Health on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. at the Christian County Public Health Department located at 902 W. Springfield Rd., Taylorville,

Ill. This is the scheduled quarterly meeting where old and new business will be discussed.

Street and Sewer Committee

There will be a meeting of the Street and Sewer Committee and Public Facilities Committee on Thursday, July 22, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal building located at 115 N. Main St., Taylorville, Ill.

Agenda includes: Highway authority agrreement – Casey’s General Store, Sanitation district proposal, Eastwood lift station generator, road repairs – Illini Drive and Franklind Street, tree and stump removal, sidewalk repair, Superintendent’s report, any other matters which may properly come before this com- mittee, and adjournment.

Public Faciliites Committee

There will be a meeting of the Public Facilities Committee on Thursday, July 22, 2021 imme- diately following the Street and Sewer Committee meeting at 6:00 p.m.

Agenda includes: Municipal building rear parking lot, any other matters which may proper- ly come before this committee, and adjournment.

City Council

The Taylorville City Council meeting will be held July 19, 2021 at the Municipal Building.

Agenda includes: Invocation, pledge of allegiance, roll call, Youth of the Month.

Omnibus Vote designation — approve: Minutes of the Finance Committee Meeting, minutes of the regular meeting, minutes of the Water/Environmenal com- mittee meeting, minutes of the Lake/Airport committee meeting, minutes of the ordinance com- mittee meeting, minutes of the finance committee meeting.

Ordinance — Appropriations for fiscal year concerning May 1, 2021 – April 30, 2022, authorize the purchase of two police vehi- cles, approving and authorizing the execution of a business development district no. 1 rede- velopment agreement by and between the city of Taylorville and Seebert George Coghlan, amending a portion of Section 1- 9-2 of the Taylorville City Code (re: resdiency requirement for Assistant Fire Chief).

Resolution- re: FBS Inc. dba Wareham’s Contract.

Motion to approve the final payment for Vollentines Addition, Motion to approve Pay Estimate #1 for 2021 Alleys and N. Cherokee Street improvements from P.H. Borughton & Sons, Inc. in the amount of $103,791.82 per approval from Benton & Assocaites, Inc., Motion to approve the Liquor/Gaming License for Cozy Grind, LLC and Abbi’s Place, Motion to approve the Mayor’s appointment of Jim Brubaker to the Board of Appeals, appointment of Dyanne Skinner to the Plan Commission, appoitnment of Erin Driskell to the Library Board, Motion to approve the increase in salary of Street and Sewer Superintendent

Mike Mann to 121% of Working Foreman, Motion to approve the increase in salary of HBO Andy Goodall to 115% for Working Foreman to include compensa- tion for Airport manager position, Mayor updates.

Committee reports: Water/Enivironmental — Motion to recommend to the City Council to approve the purchase of the SWAN Codes II Chlorine Analyzer from Vandervanter Engineering at a cost not to exceed $6,589 plus freight, Motion to recommend to the City Council to allow Superintendent Speagle to purchase a Superior Chloring gas regualator Model VR56 with a halogen emergency shut off system, drip leg and heater assembly from Brooks and Association, Inc. at a cost not to exceed $2,108 plus freight.

Lake/Airport — Motion to rec- ommend to the City Council to allow R&B Construction to pour concrete to repair the rain water washout at the Airport at a cost not to exceed $3,000, Motion to recommend to the City Council to direct City Attorney Romano to prepare an Ordinance to amend the City Code to allow a one-time transfer of lots that are currently being subleased with a required transfer fee of $250.00 and a new security desposit of $300.

Finance — Motion to recom- mend to the City Council to approve the Treasurer’s Report as presented, motion to approve and/or ratify payment of bills ($334,878.14), and adjourn- ment.

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