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MISSOURI,-Urbana
Urbana, Missouri (population 360) City Council, May 22, 2002 (L to R): Laura Hancock, Debra Glass, Teddy Hawthorne (City Clerk), Lynn Bailey (Mayor), George Meek, Lyn Kamien
(#1434/17-18) 2002, Archival pigmented inkjet on canvas with varnish, 33X66 inches

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING

OF THE

URBANA CITY COUNCIL HELD ON

MAY 22, 2002

MAYOR M. LYNN BAILEY CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER AT 7:09 P.M.. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE WAS SAID BY ALL IN ATTENDANCE.

GUESTS: PAUL SHAMBROOM

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

ALDERMEN MEEK MADE THE MOTION TO ACCEPT THE MINUTES OF THE APRIL 24, 2002 AS WRITTEN. ALDER PERSON HANCOCK SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED. MOTION PASSED. ALDER PERSON DEBRA GLASS ABSTAINED, AS SHE WAS NOT IN ATTENDANCE.

PAUL STRAMBROOM

MR. SHAMBROOM IS A PHOTOGRAPHER FROM ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. HE IS PHOTOGRAPHING GOVERNMENT MEETINGS FROM THE FEDERAL LEVEL DOWN TO THE SMALLEST VILLAGE COUNCIL, ACROSS THE UNITED STATES.

 

MR. SHAMBROOM HOPES TO HAVE DEMOCRACY IN ACTION AS A MUSEUM EXHIBITION AS WELL AS A BOOK. THE MAYOR, THANKED MR. PAUL SHAMBROOM FOR SELECTING URBANA, MISSOURI.

SHELTER HOUSE @ PARK\COMMUNITY ROOM

ALDER PERSON GLASS STATED THAT THE PARK WAS A DONATION FOR THE CHILDREN THUS MAKING THIS A NO CHARGE FACILITY. THE COMMUNITY ROOM HAS A $25.00 DEPOSIT AND IF THE ROOM IS LEFT IN A CLEAN MANNER THE $25.00 DEPOSIT IS THEN RETURNED TO THE USER. THESE FACILITIES ARE FOR USE BY THE CITIZENS OF URBANA, DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED.

ADOPT A HIGHWAY/MO. DOT

AFTER A DISCUSSION THE CITY COUNCIL STATED, THAT THE CITY CLERK MAY PUT SIGNS UP IN CITY HALL AND SURROUNDING AREAS. THESE WILL EXPLAIN THE PROGRAM AND WHERE TO SIGN UP.

 

ELAINE MORRIS-SEWER ADJUSTMENT

CITY CLERK ACCEPTED A PARTIAL PAYMENT ON THE ACCOUNT AS MS. MORRIS WAS REQUESTING A SEWER ADJUSTMENT. THERE WAS A WATER LEAK AND HAROLD SPITZER REPAIRED. THE COUNCIL EXPLAINED THAT NO PARTIAL PAYMENTS WERE TO BE MADE, THE ENTIRE BILL IS TO BE PAID, AT THAT TIME THE INDIVIDUAL MAY PUT IN FOR AN ADJUSTMENT FROM THE CITY COUNCIL.

ALDERMEN MEEK MADE THE MOTION TO GIVE MS. MORRIS A $29.00 SEWER ADJUSTMENT, ALDER PERSON KAMIEN SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

APRIL ELECTION VOTES

ELECTION RESULTS WERE GONE OVER WITH WEST WARD GEORGE MEEK 12 VOTES AND EAST WARD LAURA HANCOCK 10 VOTES. ALDER PERSON KAMIEN MADE THE MOTION TO ACCEPT THE ELECTION RESULTS. ALDER PERSON GLASS SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

nelson memorial animal shelter

sent THE CITY of urbana a letter requesting monetary donations. after A BRIEF DISCUSSION, ALDERMEN MEEK MADE THE MOTION FOR THE CITY CLERK TO WRITE A LETTER, ASKING IF THEY WOULD BE INTERESTED IN A CONTRACT WITH THE CITY OF URBANA TO ACCEPT OUR STRAY ANIMALS. ALDER PERSON GLASS SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NNE OPPOSED. MOTION PASSED.

BREAK

MAYOR BAILEY CALLED FOR A FIVE MINUTE BREAK @ 8:02 P.M. RESUMED @ 8:07 P.M..

WATER/SEWER RATES

CITY ATTORNEY MEL GILBERT EXPLAINED COST+ WATER/SEWER RATES V'S GRANTS. MAYOR BAILEY AND COUNCIL ALL AGREED THAT THIS IS A SUBJECT CONCERNING THE CITIZENS OF URBANA.

ALDER PERSON GLASS MADE THE MOTION TO HAVE A PUBLIC MEETING AT CITY HALL ON JUNE 20, 2002, CITY CLERK IS TO PRINT THIS NOTICE ON WATER/SEWER BILLS. ALDERMEN MEEK SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PA|SSED.

URBANA POLICE OFFICER

AFTER A DISCUSSION REGARDING POLICE PROTECTION IN URBANA, ALDER PERSON KAMIEN MADE THE MOTION FOR ALDER PERSON GLASS TO SPEAK WITH RESERVE CHIEF MIKE CROCKER. ALDERMEN MEEK SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

 

CITY ATTORNEY/RE-CODIFICATION BILL #2002-25

ALDER PERSON GLASS MADE THE MOTION TO HAVE THE FIRST READING OF BILL #2002-25 BY TITLE ONLY. ALDER PERSON KAMIEN SECOND THE MOTION. MAYOR BAILEY REQUESTED A ROLL CALL VOTE:

ALDERMEN MEEK AYE,

ALDER PERSON HANCOCK AYE,

ALDER PERSON GLASS AYE, AND

ALDER PERSON KAMIEN AYE, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

ALDER PERSON GLASS MADE THE MOTION TO ACCEPT THE FIRST READING OF BILL #2002-25 BY TITLE ONLY. ALDERMEN MEEK SECOND THE MOTION. MAYOR BAILEY REQUESTED A ROLL CALL VOTE:

ALDER PERSON HANCOCK AYE,

alder person kamien aye,

alDermen meek aye, and

adLer person glass aye, none opposed, motion passed.

alder person glass made the motion to have the second reading of bill #2002-25 BY title only. aldermen meek second the motion. mayor. bailey requested a roll call vote:

alder person hancock aye,

alder person kamien aye,

aldermen meek aye, and

alder person glass aye, none opposed, motion passed.

alder person glass made the motion to amend bill #2002-25 to read to become effective at 9:00 p.m. on may 22, 2002 after its passage. aldermen meek second the motion. mayor bailey requested a roll call vote:

aldEr person hancock aye,

alder person kamien aye,

aldermen meek aye, and

alder person glass aye, none opposed, motion passed.

alder person glass made the motion to accept the second reading of bill#2002-25, as amended thus making this ordinance #2002-25 establishing chapters 4.0800 - 4.1399 to the codification for the city of urbana, Missouri; Aldermen meek second the motioN. mayor bailey requested a roll call! vote:

alder person hancock aye,

aldEr person kamien aye,

alder person glass aye, and

aldermen meek aye, none opposed, motion passed.

 

CITY ATTORNEY MEL GILBERT

ATTORNEY GILBERT REQUESTED THAT THE CITY CLERK GET ALL ORDINANCES UP AND IN ORDER AS AT THE NEXT MEETING HE WOULD LIKE THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL TO GO THROUGH ALL THE ORDINANCES.

ATTORNEY GILBERT IS ALSO SENDING AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS 20 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE TO COMPLETE SUPERINTENDENT DAILY CAN USUALLY FIND THINGS F0R HE/SHE TO DO.

WITH NO FURTHER BUSINESS, CITY ATTORNEY MEL GILBERT LEFT THE MEETING @ 9:15 P.M..

SUPERINTENDENT TERRY DAILY'S REPORT

TERRY DAILY GOT BIDS ON GARAGE DOORS, HE RECEIVED TWO.

CARTWRIGHT'S OF BOLIVAR: REPAIR EXISTING DOORS $1138.00. REPLACEMENT OF HE OVERHEAD DOORS $1500.00 WITH OPTIONS $25.00 PER WINDOW AND $295.00 AUTO DOOR OPENER.

OVERHEAD DOORS OF SPRINGFIELD: REPAIR EXISTING DOORS $672.33 REPLACEMENT DOORS $1508.39, OPTIONS $230.00 AUTO DOOR OPENER. ALDERMEN MEEK MADE THE MOTION TO ACCEPT THE BID FROM OVERHEAD DOORS OUT OF SPRINGFIELD, THIS IS WINDOW IN EACH DOOR AS WELL AS AUTO DOOR OPENER. ALDER PERSON KAMIEN SECOND THE MOTION. MAYOR BAILEY REQUESTED A ROLL CALL VOTE:

ALDER PERSON HANCOCK AYE,

ALDER PERSON GLASS AYE,

ALDERMEN MEEK AYE, AND

ALDER PERSON KAMIEN AYE. NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

WEED NOTICES

ALDER PERSON GLASS MADE THE MOTION TO HOLD OFF UNTIL JUNE, 2002 SENDING NOTICES. ALDERMEN MEEK SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

CLOSED SESSION

ALDER PERSON GLASS MADE THE MOTION TO CLOSE OPEN SESSION AND GO INTO CLOSED SESSION PURSUANT TO MISSOURI SUNSHINE STATUTE 610.021 AND 610.022 FOR POSSIBLE LITIGATION AND/OR EMPLOYEE EVALUATION. ALDER PERSON KAMIEN SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

RETURN TO OPEN SESSION

ALDER PERSON GLASS MADE THE MOTION TO ADJOURN, ALDERMEN MEEK SECOND THE MOTION. VOTE: ALL AYES, NONE OPPOSED, MOTION PASSED.

MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:30 P.M..

MAYOR

ALDER PERSONS

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CITY CLERK