VILLAGE OF CAMERON REGULAR BOARD MEETING
MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2022
CAMERON VILLAGE HALL
300 N. 1st MAIN STREET
The Cameron Village Board met in regular session on Monday, August 9, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Village Hall. Members present: Steve Johnson, Ben Hester, Randy Hill, Dave Ebner, Russ Hulback, Dylan Bahr and Mark Trowbridge presiding.
Also present: Chuck Bellows, Jaden Ebert and Adam Steffen.
The minutes of the July 11, 2022 regular meeting was mailed out prior to the meeting. Ben Hester moved to approve the minutes of the July 11, 2022 regular meeting, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0.
The August payables were presented in printed form. Ben Hester moved to approve the payment of the August payables, with additions as printed, second Russ Hulback. Carried 7-0
Public Comment: No public comments.
Bill Koepp was not in attendance.
Jaden Ebert submitted his written report, and added that DOT will be having their hired contractor install the new signs on County SS where it goes from two lanes into one.
Adam Steffen submitted his written report and
Wade Goss was not in attendance.
Street Committee did not meet this month, but Jaden reported that the County pulverized portions of Kruger and W Poplar Avenue and that they should be back to blacktop them within a week.
The Law Enforcement Committee discussed flock camera, shortage of coverage some days, the need to clean up the weed ordinance, Lidar, and the Spillman program. The committee does not recommend getting the flock camera. Adam has placed ads to hire a full-time officer along with part-time officers.
Dave Ebner moved to approve the purchase of a Lidar system at a cost of $2,125, second Dylan Bahr. Carried 7-0
The Spillman program has an estimated initial cost of $29,500 and an annual maintenance cost of $4,500. Adam is still waiting for updated numbers on the program, so this item was tabled to the September board meeting.
Mark Trowbridge move to approve appointing Wayne Czyscon to fill a vacant election worker position for the 2022-2023 election cycle, second Dave Ebner. Carried 7-0
Bill Lea wanted to speak about the traffic on Clayton Street, but he was not on the agenda. Mark referred him to the Street Committee, so he will be invited to their next meeting is.
At 6:33, as there was nothing to act on from closed session, there was unanimous consent to adjourn the meeting.