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COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

Lincoln City Hall, Council Chambers

700 Broadway Street | Lincoln, Illinois

Tuesday, January 9, 2024

 

The Committee of the Whole Meeting of the City Council of Lincoln was called to order by Mayor Tracy Welch at 7:00 p.m., with proper notice given. City Clerk Peggy Bateman called roll.

 

Present:

Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Ward 1

Alderman Steve Parrott, Ward 1

Alderman David Sanders, Ward 2

Alderman Sam Downs, Ward 2

Alderman Kevin Bateman, Ward 3

Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Ward 3

Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Ward 4


Staff Present:

Peggy Bateman, City Clerk

John Hoblit, City Attorney

Walt Landers, Streets Superintendent

Wes Woodhall, Building and Safety Officer

Ty Johnson, Fire Chief

Joe Meister, Police Chief

Andrew Bowns, Veolia Water, Project Manager

Remotely:

Chuck Conzo, City Treasurer

 

Absent:

Alderman Craig Eimer, Ward 4

 

Presiding:

Mayor Tracy Welch


 

 

Public Comment:

There is no one present for public comment. 

 

Oath of Office – Police Officer Edwin Negron Colon

                            Probationary Fire Fighter Jarrett Rohlfs

                            Probationary Fire Fighter Brandon Tietsort

                            Probationary Fire Fighter Koltyn Grant

                            Probationary Fire Fighter Demitri Harris

Fire Chief Johnson asked Firefighter Damien Larson to come in the council chambers.  Mr. Larson has decided to move on to different employment.  The City thanks him for his 3.5 years of service. 

 

Lori Milosevich-Lahr with Estes, Bridgewater & Olden – Presentation of 2023-2024 Audit

Ms. Milosevich-Lahr was present via zoom.

She stated that the 23-24 audit was 95 pages.  The council was given a copy.  Lori briefly went over the main funds; General Fund, Motor Fuel Tax and ARPA.  Lori stated it was a clean audit and there aren’t any recommendations to the board. 

Due to the zoom call the rest of her report was difficult to hear on the recording.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

Franchise agreement between the City of Lincoln and Comcast

This agreement only pertains for cable service, not internet.  The only change from the previous agreement is the term.  The new agreement will be for 7 years.  Also, this is a non-exclusive franchise agreement and will not prevent other companies from coming in. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.  

 

GPS Vehicle Monitoring

The council expressed the desire to have GPS put on each city vehicle.  The cost is just over $32,000.00 for three years.  The primary benefit of this would be for a safety factor for the city/employee.  Other benefits are to track maintenance, geofencing and performance reporting. 

 

Alderman Bateman would like to see the Building & Safety official get a second vehicle for his use. Discussion for this will be at a later date due to cost. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.  

Mayor Welch moved on to other items on the agenda.

Announcements:

  • Regular meeting will be on Tuesday next week due to the holiday.
  • Beginning on Jan 16th, the 200 block of Decatur will be closed for a sewer repair. Expectations are that the street will be closed until the 19th.
  • Sewer mailings went out regarding the 10% discount.
  • Sewer/water line insurance mailers went out
  • Tomorrow, non-emergency phone lines at the police department will be down for a short amount of time. 911 will not be affected.
  • Scaffolding will be removed from the Courthouse blocking off Kickapoo Street.

 

Adjournment:

 

There being no further discussion to come before the City Council of Lincoln, Alderman Downs motioned to adjourn, seconded by Alderman Parrott. All were in favor. Mayor Welch adjourned the meeting at 8:02 p.m.

 

Respectfully Submitted By:

Charity Hutchison, Recording Secretary

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Lincoln City Hall, Council Chambers

700 Broadway Street | Lincoln, Illinois

Tuesday, January 2, 2024

 

The Regular Meeting of the City Council of Lincoln was called to order by Mayor Welch at 7:01pm, with proper notice given. City Clerk Peggy Bateman called roll.

 

Present:

Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Ward 1

Alderman Steve Parrott, Ward 1

Alderman David Sanders, Ward 2

Alderman Sam Downs, Ward 2

Alderman Kevin Bateman, Ward 3

Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Ward 3

Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Ward 4

Staff Present:

Peggy Bateman, City Clerk

Chuck Conzo, City Treasurer

John Hoblit, City Attorney

Ty Johnson, Fire Chief

Joe Meister, Police Chief

Absent:

Alderman Craig Eimer, Ward 4

Walt Landers, Streets Superintendent

Wes Woodhall, Building and Safety Officer

Andrew Bowns, Veolia Water, Project Manager

 

Presiding:

Tracy Welch, Mayor

 

Oath of Office:

Police Officer Edwin Negron Colon

This will be postponed to a later meeting.

Public Comment:

There was no one present or on the phone for public comment. 

 

Consent Agenda by Omnibus Vote:
A. Payment of Bills

B. Approval of minutes for December 12, 2023 Committee of the Whole Meeting.

Alderwoman O’Donoghue made the motion to approve, Alderman Downs seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called roll. 

Yeas: (7) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (1) Alderman Craig Eimer

Mayor Welch moved to other items on the agenda.

 

Announcements:

·         Ribbon cuts: Saturday, January 6, 2024 at the new location for Hot Frog Designs; Friday, January 12th at 1:30 at the new Papa Johns; January 20th at 1pm at the Humane Society for their upgrades

·         Christmas Tree collection will be Wednesday, January 10th beginning at 7am. 

·         Police Chief Meister and Officer Phillips introduced new K9 Officer Diesel to the Council. 

Adjournment:

There being no further discussion to come before the City Council of Lincoln, Alderwoman O’Donoghue motioned to adjourn, seconded by Alderman Downs. Mayor Welch adjourned the meeting at 7:10 p.m.

 

Respectfully Submitted By:

Charity Hutchison, Recording Secretary

PUBLIC HEARING – PROPSED PROPERTY TAX LEVY

Lincoln City Hall, Council Chambers

700 Broadway Street | Lincoln, Illinois

Monday, December 18, 2023

 

The Public Hearing with the City Council of Lincoln was called to order by Mayor Tracy Welch at 7:00p.m., with proper notice given.

Present:

Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Ward 1

Alderman Steve Parrott, Ward 1

Alderman David Sanders, Ward 2

Alderman Sam Downs, Ward 2

Alderman Kevin Bateman, Ward 3

Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Ward 3

Alderman Craig Eimer, Ward 4

Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Ward 4

Staff Present:

Peggy Bateman, City Clerk

Chuck Conzo, City Treasurer

John Hoblit, City Attorney

Matt Vlahovich, Police Chief

Ty Johnson, Asst. Fire Chief

Walt Landers, Streets Superintendent

Andrew Bowns, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Veolia Water

 

Presiding:

Mayor Tracy Welch

 

Public Participation:

There was no one present to speak for public participation.

New Business:

Notice of Proposed Property Tax Levy for the City of Lincoln, Illinois

There was no on present for discussion.

Adjournment:

Alderman Downs made the motion to adjourn, Alderwoman O’Donoghue seconded. Mayor Welch adjourned the meeting at 7:11 pm. 

Respectfully Submitted By:

Charity Hutchison, Recording Secretary

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Lincoln City Hall, Council Chambers

700 Broadway Street | Lincoln, Illinois

Monday, December 18, 2023

 

The Regular Meeting of the City Council of Lincoln was called to order by Mayor Welch at 7:16pm, with proper notice given. City Clerk Peggy Bateman called roll.

 

Present:

Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Ward 1

Alderman Steve Parrott, Ward 1

Alderman David Sanders, Ward 2

Alderman Sam Downs, Ward 2

Alderman Kevin Bateman, Ward 3

Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Ward 3

Alderman Craig Eimer, Ward 4

Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Ward 4

Staff Present:

Peggy Bateman, City Clerk

Chuck Conzo, City Treasurer

John Hoblit, City Attorney

Ty Johnson, Asst. Fire Chief

Walt Landers, Streets Superintendent

Joe Meister, Police Chief

Wes Woodhall, Building and Safety Officer

Andrew Bowns, Veolia Water, Project Manager


Presiding:

Tracy Welch, Mayor

 

Public Comment:

There was no one present or on the phone for public comment. 

 

Consent Agenda by Omnibus Vote:
A. Payment of Bills

B. Approval of minutes for November 20, 2023 Regular City Council Meeting, November 28, 2023 Committee of the Whole Meeting, December 4, 2023 Regular City Council Meeting.

Alderman Downs made the motion to approve, Alderman Eimer seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called roll.

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott ,Alderman Sam Downs, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

 

The next two items were moved up on the agenda by Mayor Welch.

A.  Approval of the Mayoral Appointment of Assistant Fire Chief Aaron Ty Johnson as Fire Chief.  (Swearing in after voting)

Alderman Parrott made the motion to approve, Alderman Eimer seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called the roll. 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

B.  Swearing in of the following promotional positions in the Fire Department: Captain Chris Harding to Assistant Chief, Lieutenant Bret Tripplett to Captain, Firefighter Shelby Boise to Lieutenant. 

Mayor Welch moved to other items on the agenda.

 

Ordinances and Resolutions:

A. Ordinance 2023-018 authorizing Real Estate to go out to bid at 112 S. College St, 114 S. Chicago St and 116 S. College St.

Alderwoman Rohlfs made the motion to approve, Alderman Downs seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called roll. 

 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

 

B. Ordinance 2023-019 for the Tax Levy for the City of Lincoln for the Fiscal year beginning May 1, 2023 and ending April 30, 2024.

Alderman Downs made the motion to approve, Alderman Parrott seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion

Alderman Bateman made the motion to leave the tax levy flat (meaning no increase), Alderman Sanders seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion.

Alderman O’Donoghue verified with Treasurer Conzo that this tax levy increase would not increase property taxes, it would only increase the amount the city would receive from the property taxes from the county. 

Council members voiced their concerns for the underfunded police/fire pensions.  Those in favor of the tax levy increase are voting yes to fund the pensions.  Those that are not in favor, feel the pensions could be funded by the General Fund. 

There being none, City Clerk Bateman called roll on the amended motion. 

 

Yeas: (4) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (4) Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderman Craig Eimer

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

 

A tie vote takes the item to the Mayor for his vote.  Mayor Welch voted to keep the tax levy flat, no increase. The amended motion passes.

City Clerk Bateman called the roll on the item as amended. 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

C. Ordinance 2023-020 regarding the Paid leave for All Workers Act in the City of Lincoln.

Alderwoman O’Donoghue made the motion to approve, Alderman Downs seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called roll. 

 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

 

D. Ordinance 2023-021 increasing The Pay of Elected Officials Effective in the next voting cycle.

Alderman Parrott made the motion to approve, Alderman Downs seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called roll. 

 

Yeas: (7) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (1) Alderman Kevin Bateman

Absent: (0)

 

Reports:

ACity Treasurer’s Report for November, 2023

Municipal Sales Tax – ahead from last year

Non Home Rule Sales Tax – ahead from last year

Income Tax – down a little from last year

Motor Fuel Tax – down a little from last year

Video Gaming – leveled off

Cannabis tax will be included in this report when the City begins receiving the funds.

B. City Clerks Report for November, 2023

$377,697.46 was received in sewer receipts for the month of November. Letters will go out in the next two billing cycles for the 10% discount.

C .Department Head Reports for November, 2023

These reports are either on file for will be soon. 

Mayor Welch moved to other items on the agenda.

 

New Business/Communications:
A. Approval of funding agreement between the Logan County Tourism Bureau and the City of Lincoln for 2024.

Alderman Parrott made the motion to approve, Alderwoman O’Donoghue seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called the roll. 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott, Alderman Sam Downs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

 

B. Approval of the purchase of Ti Training Simulator three screen system for the Police Department in an amount not to exceed $78,950.00.

Alderman Bateman made the motion to approve, Alderman Eimer seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called the roll. 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott,  Alderman Sam Downs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

C.  Approval of the placement of two (2) stop signs on Second Street at its intersection with North Elm St. and two (2) yield signs on Second Street at the intersection with North College Street.   

Alderwoman O’Donoghue made the motion to approve, Alderman Eimer seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called the roll. 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott,  Alderman Sam Downs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

 

D. Approval of funding agreement between the Logan County Regional Planning Commission and the City of Lincoln in the amount of $12,500.00 for Fiscal Year 2023-2024. 

Alderman Downs made the motion to approve, Alderman Bateman seconded.  Mayor Welch called for discussion, there being none, City Clerk Bateman called the roll. 

Yeas: (8) Alderman Steve Parrott,  Alderman Sam Downs, Alderman Craig Eimer, Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Alderman Kevin Bateman, Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Alderman David Sanders

Nays: (0)

Abstain: (0)

Absent: (0)

 

Announcements:

·         Mayor Welch wished the Council and department heads a Merry Christmas

·         Chief Meister thanked the Council for their consideration and approval of the purchase of a K9 officer.  Diesel is now certified and in his first deployment, he detected narcotics in a vehicle and fentanyl that led to an arrest of a career criminal.

Adjournment:

There being no further discussion to come before the City Council of Lincoln, Alderman Parrott motioned to adjourn, seconded by Alderman Downs. Mayor Welch adjourned the meeting at 8:28 p.m.

 

Respectfully Submitted By:

Charity Hutchison, Recording Secretary

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

Lincoln City Hall, Council Chambers

700 Broadway Street | Lincoln, Illinois

Tuesday, December 12, 2023

 

The Committee of the Whole Meeting of the City Council of Lincoln was called to order by Mayor Tracy Welch at 7:00 p.m., with proper notice given. City Clerk Peggy Bateman called roll.

 

Present:

Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Ward 1

Alderman Steve Parrott, Ward 1

Alderman David Sanders, Ward 2

Alderman Sam Downs, Ward 2

Alderman Kevin Bateman, Ward 3

Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Ward 3

Alderman Craig Eimer, Ward 4

Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Ward 4


Present:
John Hoblit, City Attorney

Peggy Bateman, City Clerk

Chuck Conzo, City Treasurer

Joe Meister, Police Chief

Bob Dunovsky, Fire Chief

Walt Landers, Streets Superintendent

Wes Woodhall, Building and Safety Officer

Absent:

Andrew Bowns, Veolia Water, Project Manager

Presiding:

Tracy Welch, Mayor


 

Public Comment:

Theresa Lee was present to address the council regarding the recent event of the police shooting an aggressive dog at large. 

 

Alice Roate Logan County Tourism – Funding Agreement between City of Lincoln and Logan County Tourism Bureau.

This is the funding agreement for 2024.  The only thing that has changed from last year are the dates.  Ms. Roate asked if the council had any questions regarding the agreement, there weren’t any.

 

Mayor Welch asked Ms. Roate what Tourism’s biggest challenge is.  Ms. Roate said advertising is a big challenge and more volunteer/help during events. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.   

 

Purchase of Ti Training Simulator

Chief Meister says that the number of State required hours of training for each officer can be cumbersome, taking officers off of patrol, meal reimbursement etc.  This simulator will offer 1200 scenarios with different outcomes to fully train officers. There may be a chance of recouping money by offering the training to outside agencies.  The software will have updates, at no additional charge, for five years.  Chief Meister already has an officer certified to administer the training.  This training has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Agency.  Chief Meister is requesting money from the GO Bond to purchase this equipment. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda with the three screens.

 

Placement of Traffic Control Devices

Recently there were some constituents that requested traffic control devices at two intersections, 2nd/Elm and 2nd/College Streets.  Superintendent Landers and Chief Meister had created a checklist, shown in the packet, for these requests.  The two intersections did meet the requirements.  They did suggest adding a stop sign on Elm and a yield sign on college to control the traffic on 2nd Street. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.

 

Ordinance authorizing Real Estate to Go Out to Bid – 112 South Chicago Street, 114 South Chicago Street and 116 South Chicago Street. 

The city has received notice that they now own these properties and can move forward with their process of selling the properties with the idea that the new owner will correct the fallen part of the building in the back and rehab the buildings back to a usable state.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.

 

Funding Agreement between the City of Lincoln and Logan County Regional Planning Commission

The County had other funding for 2023.  The city had already paid the first quarter of 2023 prior to the Commission meeting where it was decided not to receive City funds, so the city currently has a credit with the Regional Planning Commission.  

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.

 

Tax Levy Ordinance for The City of Lincoln, Illinois for the Fiscal Year beginning May 1, 2023 and ending April 30, 2024.

The draft, as recommended by Alderwoman Rohlfs in a previous COW, includes an increase of 2.5%.  Treasurer Conzo also included shifting funds to the Fire/Police pensions to get that up to where the State is requiring it be. The increase would also help with the fire/police pensions. 

 

Council members shared their opinions both for and against the increase.  Discussion was had to contact school districts and question their tax increases in the last few years and going forward because the city hasn’t had an increase in 10 years.   

 

Alderman Eimer asked if the tax money generated from the sale of cannabis could be put towards the fire/police pension.  The answer was yes.  It is projected that $13,000/month will be brought in in taxes from the cannabis. 

 

If the 2.5% increase moves forward for a vote next week, Alderman Bateman plans to make an amendment to keep the tax levy flat. 

 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda with an increase of 2.5%.

 

Ordinance regarding the paid leave for All Workers Act in the City of Lincoln

The State of Illinois has passed a new law that grants part time and full time workers 40 hours/year of paid time off.  The ordinance states that part time employees will earn one hour of paid time off for every 40 hours worked.  Full time employees will receive 40 hours at the beginning of the year.  Union Contracts take president to this ordinance. 

 

Alderman Parrott suggested defining PTO in the language of the ordinance.  PTO is paid time off that refers to sick time and vacation time.

 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.

 

Ordinance amending 1-7-1 and 1-8-1 of the Lincoln City Code

This amendment references the salary of the City Clerk and the City Treasurer.  The new salary for an incoming City Clerk will be $48,000 (current salary is $41,000) with an annual 3 ½ percent increase.  The new salary for the City Treasurer will be $10,000 (current salary is $5000).  The last increase for each position was 23 years ago.  Discussion on increase of Mayor and Council. Agreed to increase Mayor to $17,000 (current salary is $12,000). Council to be $75.00 per meeting which currently is $50.00 for Committee of the Whole and $75.00 for voting.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Announcements:

·         Ribbon cutting – Ami-Gos Restaurant this Friday at 124 S. Chicago St. at 11am

·         A retirement lunch for Chief Dunovsky will be held this Friday, December 15th at noon at the Police Station.  Food will be provided. A plaque was presented to the Chief for his 28 years of service.  

 

 

Executive Session 2C1 Personnel:

There being no further announcements to come before the council, Alderman Downs made the motion to move into Executive Session, seconded by Alderman Parrott.  All were in favor. 

 

The Council recessed from the Committee of the Whole meeting at 9:21pm in order to enter Executive Session.  Mayor Welch announced there may be city business after the executive session meeting.   

 

Return from Executive Session:

The council reconvened from Executive Session at 10:03pm in order to reconvene the Committee of the Whole meeting.  Roll call was taken.

 

Present:

Alderwoman Robin McClallen, Ward 1

Alderman Steve Parrott, Ward 1

Alderman David Sanders, Ward 2

Alderman Sam Downs, Ward 2

Alderman Kevin Bateman, Ward 3

Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Ward 3

Alderman Craig Eimer, Ward 4

Alderwoman Rhonda O’Donoghue, Ward 4

 

Adjournment:

 

There being no further discussion to come before the City Council of Lincoln, Alderwoman O’Donoghue motioned to adjourn, seconded by Alderman Sanders. All were in favor. Mayor Welch adjourned the meeting at 10:03 p.m.

 

Respectfully Submitted By: Charity Hutchison, Recording Secretary

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