Village of Millington Board of Trustees met March 13.
Village of Millington Board of Trustees met March 13.
Here is the minutes as provided by the Board:
Call to Order: Mayor Doug Holley called the regularly scheduled meeting of the board of trustees to order at 7:00 PM.
Roll Call/Establishment of Quorum: Present: President Doug Holley. Also present were Trustees Terry Lobdell, Pat Aloisio, Brad Pekoc, Jordan Thibault, Travis King and Kevin Jensen. Sandy White, Treasurer present. Lenée Kissel, Clerk present. Ron Rithaler/Building Inspector absent. Greg Jones, Attorney, present.
President’s Comments: Doug stated that Friday he got a letter complaining about parked vehicles in Belle Rive. He contacted the resident who has started to clean it up. Also, Doug stated that Ron Rithaler resigned as building
inspector. Doug read the letter of resignation aloud. He will be done as of April 10, 2017. Doug said there is a
resident in Belle Rive that used to be a building inspector for Hinckley. Discussion regarding replacing the building inspector.
Trustee’s Comments: Terry spoke to Guy Christensen about the Belle Rive washout. Terry will be meeting with him this week. He is also going to discuss RCC concrete. He will also begin working on the adjudication program again,
especially in light of Ron’s resignation. Kevin spoke regarding a letter he received from Comcast about addresses. The list has 150 addresses on it approximately. Jordan asked Kevin if Comcast is stating whether or not they are bringing high speed here. This is still unknown. Jordan said that he would start work on the barrier fence at the co-op property when weather permits.
Citizen’s Comments: Scott asked about the junk ordinance letter sent by residents of Millington and stated that if we are going to start addressing junk, the Village needs to send letters to everyone in violation.
Minutes for February Meeting: Terry made a motion to accept the minutes from the February 2017 meeting. Brad seconded, motion carried unanimously.
Minutes for February Executive Session (not to be released): Brad made a motion to accept the minutes from the February 2017 executive session not to be released. Pat seconded, motion carried unanimously.
Treasurer’s Report: Read by Sandy. Net income for the month of February was $-935.33 YTD net income
$-17,212.32. Checking has $80,028.44. Savings has $35,814.86. Playground fund has $16,173.06. Motor fuel has $52,791.55. Terry made a motion to accept the February treasurer’s report. Jordan seconded, motion carried
Bills to Pay:
Lenee Kissel 110.75
Ron Rithaler 312.73
S. White 110.75
Doug Holley 45.75
Rita Barnett 1,040.00
Illinois Department of Revenue 42.31
Department of Treasury 161.36
AT&T Internet 49.00
Waste Management 51.25
Lenee Kissel 174.51 (postage and newspaper posting)
Ameren IP 838.87
Total From General Checking 3,284.71
Police Report: Deputy Dave Lawson reported on the prescription drop program. Talked about an inmate that
wouldn’t leave the cell and took someone hostage. Charged with multiple crimes but no one was hurt. Talked about the Walter and Connie Payton foundation. Working with them with their school supplies program and got new school supplies for some residents of Oswego that lost their stuff in a fire. Talked about the polar plunge.
Building Report: Ron not present due to resignation but reported to Doug that he has no permits or inspections at this time.
• Resolution Appointing Chairman of the Board/Planning and Zoning- Kevin made a motion to adopt resolution
03-02-17, “A Resolution Appointing Doug Holley to the Position of Chairman of the Village of Millington
Planning and Zoning Commission.” Jordan seconded, motion carried unanimously.
• Maple Tree/Elm and Lake Street - Doug went to look at a tree at this intersection and says that it needs to come down. Suggested the Board members take a look at it. Pat also asked about a tree/bush on the southeast corner of Church and Vine. Brad thought it would be handled by Kendall County but Doug stated that the County is not responsible for that vegetation. Kevin discussed the daily rate service by Stephen’s Tree Service.
• Offers on International Truck – Doug opened the closed offers, which were submitted. Andy Kuntz submitted a
bid of $601.00. Another offer of $500 was made. Andy will get the truck for $601.00. Doug told Scott to get a
hold of him when he’s ready to transfer it. Doug has the title. Brad made a motion to authorize the disposal of
surplus property, the International Truck, to Andy Kuntz, for $601.00. Terry seconded, motion carried
• Ratify Slight Increase in Price for Spring Ride – Doug ordered the ride and got it last week. The town allowed
$600 but the shipping (trucking) was over $200. They reduced the price of the item but the total is still $653.00.
Jordan made a motion to ratify the price increase of the spring toy to $653 (an increase of $53), Kevin
seconded, motion carried unanimously.
• Sidewalks – Doug verified that the KC-TAP fund would allow the Village to keep the sidewalks at 4 feet since
they are existing. Doug said that the awards would be given out the first of April. As a result, the Village is
going to do a bid on the full stretch of sidewalk on Vine from Bridge to Church. Terry asked if he needs an
official proposal before the 1st and Doug stated no, we would wait to see if we get the bid. Pat asked if this will
come out of motor fuel and Doug stated that it would come out of the general fund.
• Road – Doug spoke to Guy Christensen regarding Race Street from Bridge to Church Street. He gave a rough
estimate of $27,000-$28,000 to do that section in asphalt, including graveling the sides of the road. Discussion
about how much of the road to do and the possible savings on that project if we could get more work done and
keep the contractors down here a little longer. Guy said the price might come down during the bidding process
just through competition. Board had a consensus to speak to Guy Christensen about these pending road repairs.
The pricing listed above includes engineering. It was discussed wrapping the repair onto Church Street between
Race and Vine. Terry suggested combining this meeting with his RCC meeting.
• Clean Up Days/Accept Dumpster Pricing – Kevin brought information about DC Trash of Illinois and the
pricing is $175 to drop off and $55 per ton. It is Kevin’s belief that the dumpster would cost about $340 instead
of $450. Jordan would like to stay with County Line as the pricing is fairly comparable. Kevin said we could
use DC for electronics and Jordan stated he was against that due to cost. Pat made a motion to use County Line,
ordering 4 dumpsters at a rate of $450 per dumpster, the fourth to be refunded if not used. Jordan seconded,
motion carried unanimously. Terry asked what the Village is going to do about electronics. Jordan is not
interested in using DC for electronics. Kevin will ask DC if they have a smaller electronics container. The
Board will look into other companies between now and the next meeting. Scott Smith asked what the Village is
going to do about metal. Scrapping will be handled at the event. People will be allowed to take scrap if they
• Discussion and Possible Action on Intergovernmental Agreement with Northville Township Road District
Concerning Maintenance of 4351st Road – Greg presented the final changes. Brad made a motion to adopt
Ordinance 03-01-17, “An Ordinance Approving an Agreement Between the Village of Millington and the
Northville Township Road District Concerning Roadway Maintenance.” Terry Seconded, motion carried
unanimously. Sandy asked how and when to pay. Greg said she would get a notice from Northville.
No further business discussed. Terry made a motion to adjourn, Pat seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Adjourned
at 8:10 pm.
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