• VILLAGE OF CAMERON REGULAR BOARD MEETING
  • MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018
  • 6:00 P.M.
  • CAMERON VILLAGE HALL
  • 300 N. 1st STREET

 

            The Cameron Village Board met in regular session on Monday, September 10, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Village Hall. Members present: Tim Wall, Steve Johnson, Russ Hulback, Randy Hill, Ben Hester, with Mark Trowbridge presiding. Absent: Dave Ebner.

 

            Also present: Jaden Ebert, Bill Koepp, Mike Lynch, Dan Oftedahl, Lauren Mathews, Floyd Mathews, Leiah Fundell, and Gary Strand.

 

           The minutes of the August 13, 2018 regular meeting and the August 20, 2018 special meeting were mailed out prior to the meeting. Ben Hester moved to approve the minutes of the August 13, 2018 regular meeting, as printed and the August 20, 2018 special meeting, with corrections, second Steve Johnson. Carried 6-0

 

            The September payables were presented in printed form. Ben Hester moved to approve the payment of the September payables and additions as printed, second Tim Wall. Carried 6-0

 

APPEARANCES:

           Public Comment: No public comments.

            Bill Koepp reported that Kwik Trip is progressing quit nicely and should be opening as scheduled.

            Jaden Ebert submitted his written report and had nothing to add.

            Mike Lynch submitted his written report and had nothing to add.

            Floyd Mathews appeared before the board to discuss the ordinance relating to the number of vehicles he may retain, because he has received citations relating to the junk ordinance. Floyd stated that he can’t run a business with the way the ordinance restricts how many vehicles he can have in the open to the public. Police Chief, Mike Lynch showed the board pictures of Floyd’s area which showed numerous vehicles in disrepair and a pontoon. A number of these vehicles are parked on Village and Railroad right of way. After further discussion, Mark Trowbridge informed Floyd that the board will look at the ordinance when the ordinance book is reviewed this coming winter.

 

Bartender license application for Steven A. Sulak, Dustin M. Atherton, Jonathan D. Paul, Ashley N. Spencer, Alexis M. Lindsley, and Tarra J. McGiffin were presented for approval. Russ Hulback moved to approve the bartender license for, Steven A. Sulak, Dustin M. Atherton, Jonathan D. Paul, Ashley N. Spencer, Alexis M. Lindsley, and Tarra J. McGiffin provided all criteria have been met, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0

 

An application for a cigarette license was received from Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922 for approval. Steve Johnson moved to approve the cigarette license for Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922, second Randy Hill. Carried 6-0

 

An application for a Class A Beer and Class A Liquor license was received from Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922 for approval. Steve Johnson moved to approve the combination Class A Beer and Class A Liquor license for Kwik Trip, Inc., DBA Kwik Trip 922, second Tim Wall. Carried 6-0

 

OLD BUSINESS

            The fall cleanup date was set for Saturday, October 13, 2018 to be located at the Village Shop at 607 South Limits. The Tuesday after the board meeting, Republic service informed the Clerk that Saturday, October 13th will not work for them, so the clean up days will be October 20th.

            Resolution 2018-004 regarding the 2017 Compliance Maintenance Annual Report for the Village of Cameron sanitary sewer collection system was presented. Mark Trowbridge moved to approve Resolution 2018-004 accepting the 2017 Compliance Maintenance Annual Report for the Village of Cameron sanitary sewer collection system, second Russ Hulback. Carried 6-0

 

NEW BUSINESS

           

            A contract for administration of the Community Development Block Grant Public Funds (CDBG-PF) for the N. 11th Street project was presented for approval. Mark Trowbridge moved to award the contract for administering the CDBG-PF for the N. 11th Street project to Cooper Engineering, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0      

A contract for the engineering of the Community Development Block Grant Public Funds (CDBG-PF) for the N. 11th Street project was presented for approval. Mark Trowbridge moved to award the contract for engineering of the CDBG-PF for the N. 11th Street project to Cooper Engineering, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0

Village President, Mark Trowbridge read out loud a proclamation supporting September 23rd to 29th, 2018 as National Rail Safety Week.

The Street Committee met on August 29th and discussed the Safe Routes to School program and will have some suggestions when the project starts next spring. The committee also recommended the purchase of a snow pusher attachment for the loader from Fabrick Cat. Ben Hester moved to purchase a MDS 12’ snow pusher from Fabrick Cat for $8,056.47, second Steve Johnson. Carried 6-0

Randy Hill moved to accept the estimate from Municipal Well & Pump to install a variable frequency drive at Well #3 and reprogram the variable frequency drive at Well #2 in the amount of $9,910.00, second Tim Wall.

 

As there was no further business to attend to, at 6:56 Russ Hulback moved to adjourn, second Ben Hester. Carried 6-0

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