Board of Aldermen Meeting Minutes

JANUARY 20, 2015 -APPROVED

Mayor Jan Lehmkuhl called the Special Council meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. on January 20, 2015.

Members present:  Jan Lehmkuhl, Mayor; Troy Watts, Tony Cline, Jerry Kane, and William Wagner, Aldermen.  Also in attendance: Officer Jacob Marler, City Clerk Deborah Cox, Sharon Anderson, John Young, and Diana Simpson.

BIDS FOR CITY VEHICLES  

Five bids for the 2008 Dodge Charger were opened and reviewed.   Motion made by Troy Watts to award to David Richter in the amount of $3,260.00.  Seconded by William Wagner.  Vote taken.  Unanimously approved.  Five bids for the 1999 Chevy dump flat bed truck were also opened and reviewed.  Motion made by Troy Watts to award to ProLawn in the amount of $4,777.00.  Vote taken.   Unanimously approved.

LIBERTY TECHINCAL SOLUTIONS PROPOSAL

 Mayor asked to table the proposal for the service partnership with Liberty Technical Solutions until Public Works gets a quote from another vendor.  Motion made by Troy Watts and seconded by Tony Cline.  Vote taken.  Unanimously approved.

Motion was made by Troy Watts and seconded by Jerry Kane to close the special session and go into study session at 7:23 p.m.  Vote taken.  Unanimously approved.

STUDY SESSION

Mayor Lehmkuhl called the study session to order at 7:45 p.m. with Board Members Wagner, Kane, Cline and Watts.  Also in attendance, Officer Marler, Sharon Anderson, John Young and Diana Simpson.

Mayor asked Officer Marler to attend the study session to discuss the reason why the City’s Police Officers aren’t able to issue tickets on certain offenses.  Marler explained that the ordinances on the books and the Property Maintenance Code Book conflict with each other making it impossible to issue citations.  Jerry Kane stated the only way to do this will be to start on the first page and continue page by page and make the changes needed as we go.  Mayor Lehmkuhl asked the Board to take the book home and read it before next study session.

No further business; motion made by William Wagner and seconded by Jerry Kane to adjourn the study session at 8:37 p.m.  Vote taken.  Kane, Watts, Wagner, and Cline aye.

Deborah A. Cox, City Clerk