Collinsville City Commission will
meet Monday Jan. 19th (at the City
Hall Community Room, 106 N 12th Street) for a 6pm
Work session & 7pm regular Municipal Authority & City Commission
NOTICE FOR A WORK SESSION
COLLINSVILLE CITY COMMISSION
JANUARY 19, 2009 AT 6:00 P.M.
CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, 106 N. 12TH ST.
Call to Order
2. Roll Call:
Mayor Stan Sallee (present)
Commissioner Bud York (present)
Commissioner Melodie Bateman (absent)
Billie Reeder (absent)
regarding Sales Tax Projects.
official action ... just discussion on what the proposed sales tax would be spent
on and when the final list of projects would be finalized. A 5-member park board
has been proposed and is expected to be named by the next city commission meeting.
The date for the citizens to vote on the sales tax is April 7th.
Collinsville City Commission:
Call to Order
3. Roll Call: (all present)
Mayor Stan Sallee _____
Commissioner Pam Porter _____
Commissioner Melodie Bateman _____
Commissioner Billie Reeder
and possible action relating to a request for Commission approval of the Consent
Agenda. All matters listed under Consent are considered by the City
Commission to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Any Commissioner may,
however, remove an item from the Consent Agenda by request. A motion to adopt
the Consent Agenda is non-debatable.
A. Approval of Claims in the amount of $25,011.06.
B. Approval of January
# 1 Payroll in the amount of $35,555.08.
C. Approval of Minutes of the December
9, 2008 Work Session; December 15, 2008 Regular Meeting and January 5, 2009 Regular
D. Approval of Cemetery deeds: Glen G. Risley, 7 spaces; Charles
or Debra Dougherty, 3 spaces: Paul C. Hollon, 2 spaces.
5. Discussion, consideration and possible action on items
removed from the Consent Agenda. -- n/a
6. Presentation of 911 Hero Award.
-- (see photos of Collinsville Fire Department presentation
to Morgan Webb above).
7. Update from Rickey Hayes with Retail Attractions. --
Hayes indicated 908 national retailers had been contacted on behalf of Collinsville.
About 20 of those replied with a possible interest in locating in Collinsville.
4 of those are actively being worked. Hayes inticated future retailer contacts
would be more specific to Collinsville particular market strengths. The current
economic downturn makes near-term locations here unlikely but expect retail expansions
to begin again by 2010 or 2011 nationally. He also indicated the new City of Collinsville
web site is getting closer to going online with the city choice of a new logo
as one of the open items.
8. Update from Downtown Inc.-- CDI president Brad Francis
and treasurer/acting program manager Mary Risley reported financial and operating
results from the past few months. Francis indicated information to make citizens
more aware of what is happening with Downtown Inc & the city's appearance
districts would be made available to the media soon.
9. City Manager Report. (Pam Polk reported that the new
city web site was currently being reviewed by all city departments. The new site
will support online payments.)
City Attorney Report. -- none
11. New Business
(New Business is any item of business which could not have been foreseen at the
time of posting of the agenda.) -- none
Collinsville Municipal Authority:
Call to Order
2. Roll Call: -- all present
Stan Sallee _____
Trustee Pam Porter _____
Trustee Bud York _____
Trustee Melodie Bateman _____
Trustee Billie Reeder _____
and possible action relating to a request for Trustee approval of the Consent
Agenda. All matters listed under Consent are considered by the Authority
Trustees to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Any Trustee may, however,
remove an item from
the Consent Agenda by request. A motion to adopt the Consent
Agenda is non-debatable.
A. Approval of Claims in the amount of $208,247.49.
B. Approval of January # 1 Payroll in the amount of $22,107.32.
of Minutes of the December 15, 2008 Regular Meeting and January 5, 2009 Regular
Discussion, consideration and possible action on items removed from the Consent
Agenda. -- n/a
Discussion, consideration and possible action of the Engineering Report for the
Wastewater Treatment Plant disinfection Facility and authorize Holloway, Updike
and Bellen to proceed with the final design. -- a required
discharge test has resulted in yet another DEQ consent order which will require
the city to do additional disinfectant to wastewater before being released into
the public waterways. A UV light system (for ~$670K) was selected by the city
(over a $715K liquic bleach system). The engineer firm will submit a report to
the DEQ for approval and the city will try to determine how to fund the new expense.
New Business (New Business is any item of business which could not have been foreseen
at the time of posting of the agenda.) -- none
POSTED BY: Angela Long -- DATE: 1/16/09 -- TIME: 3:00
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comment by Ted Wright (in purple)
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