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Village of San Jose Village Board met September 16

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Nov 8, 2019

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Village of San Jose Village Board met Sept. 16.

Here is the minutes provided by the board:

September monthly Board Meeting was called to order by President Worlow at 7:00pm. Meeting was held at Village Hall, 309 S 2nd Street San Jose, Illinois. Roll call taken: Present: Allen; McCormick; Nolan; Skelton; Tillquist; Absent: Blackstock; five (5) present, one (1) absent.

Also, in attendance: President Worlow, Clerk Custodio, Treasurer Shelley, Chief Marlo, Maintenance Larmore, Water Superintendent Albers, Engineer Desplinter, Ethics Hancock and 2 citizens. Meeting agenda was posted more than forty-eight in advance on the village website, outside and inside bulletin boards at Village Hall and is attached to and made part of the minutes. Mayor Worlow asked for approval of the Consent Agenda, Trustee Allen made motion to approve Consent Agenda, 2nd by Trustee Skelton, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Citizen’s Concerns:

President:

Clerk:

Trustee Allen made motion to adopt Ordinance 19-531 An Ordinance Establishing the Reimbursement of All Travel, Meal and Lodging Expenses of Officers and Employees, 2nd Trustee Skelton, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Engineer:

Engineer Desplinter updated the board on the water project.

Trustee Nolan made motion to accept Change Order #1, 2nd Trustee Allen, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Finance:

Payment of Bills - Trustee Skelton made motion to pay bills, 2nd Trustee McCormick, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Zoning: no report

Maintenance:

Maintenance Larmore reported they will be replacing the collapsed culvert in the center of the street located near Race and Logan Streets.

Chevy Silverado truck that sustained damage from equipment used by Walker during the water main project, will be repaired at Walker Autobody.

Water & Sewer:

Trustee Skelton made motion to approve the purchase of 2 motors for East Vine Street and Lagoon lift stations, 2nd Trustee McCormick, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay. Trustee Skelton made motion to accept bid of $16,956.00 from Petersburg Plumbing for the repair of lift stations, 2nd Trustee McCormick, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Trustee Skelton made motion to have a $5.00 increase in water rates, effective January 2020, 2nd Trustee Allen, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Police:

Chief Marlo reported: 64 citations; 37 warnings; 4 suspended licenses; 1 crash; fines totaling $10,440.00; 

President Worlow will discuss with Village Attorney, about ways to lower attorney fees for ordinance violations that go to court. Trustee Nolan made motion to purchase replacement door for Dodge Charger, 2nd Trustee Allen, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Building & Grounds: no report

Streets & Alleys: no report

Health & Safety:

Trustee Nolan made motion to contract with J&W Hauling for October 12, 2019 town-wide clean-up, 2nd Trustee Allen, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Old Business:

Sanitary District will be dissolved and taken over by the Village, Trustee Skelton will contact Atty. McGrath regarding proceeding. Discussion regarding possible purchase of a back hoe for the village, postponed to the March 2020 board meeting.

Trustee Skelton made motion to proceed with establishing property at 105 East Walnut into a village park, as insurance will not change for 2020 and increase in 2021 will not be much.

213 West Race property Clerk Custodio will look into cost of a reusable sign stating that property is in violation of village code. Property owner of 112 North 1st Street will receive a letter signed by Trustee Nolan, asking for owner to inform board of intent to repair property.

New Business:

Trustee Skelton made motion to accept Closed Session recommendation to pay Officer Umberger $18.00 per hour, as full-time officer, retro-active to 9/9/2019, 2nd Trustee Nolan, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Motion to go into Closed Session per 5ILCS 120/2 (2) made by Trustee Nolan at 8:11pm, 2nd by Trustee Tillquist, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Motion to return to Open Meeting made by Trustee Skelton at 8:20pm, 2nd by Trustee Nolan, roll call vote: Allen yea; McCormick yea; Nolan yea; Skelton yea; Tillquist yea; motion passed 5 yeas, 0 nay.

Trustee Allen made motion to adjourn meeting at 8:22pm, 2nd Trustee Nolan, 2nd Trustee Tillquist, motion carried.

https://www.sanjoseil.com/vertical/sites/%7BE70CA968-5C8B-419A-9A28-3F30E376A26B%7D/uploads/September_2019_Monthly_Board_Minutes.pdf

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