CITY OF WILSON
at Wilson City Hall
May 7, 2018 7:00 p.m.
MAYOR: LARRY PTACEK
COUNCIL PERSONS present:
Others present for the meeting were: Alan Rusch – Ellsworth County Independent/Reporter; Theresa Staudinger – City Attorney; Bob Doepp – Wilson Police Chief; Ted Soukup – City Superintendent; and Susan Kriley – City Clerk.
CALL TO ORDER-
Mayor Larry Ptacek called the Regular Meeting of the Wilson City Council to order on Monday, May 7, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Lorie Taylor made a motion to approve the May 7, 2018 agenda. Darcy Hubka-Vopat seconded the motion and it carried.
Gary Everett made a motion to approve the April 16, 2018 regular meeting minutes. Lorie Taylor seconded the motion and it carried.
BILLS AND PAYROLL -
Gary Everett made a motion to approve the May 7, 2018 bills in the amount of $56,307.55; May 7, 2018 Special Construction Projects bills – Hunter Estates project in the amount of $1,690.00; and the May 1, 2018 payroll in the amount of $9,178.64. Cindy Heinze seconded the motion and it carried.
CITY SUPERINTENDENT WITH TED SOUKUP-
- Sprayed sterliant
- Burned limb pile
- Opened park restrooms
- Replaced pixels on the electronic message board
- Attended water school in Russell
POLICE CHIEF WITH BOB DOEPP-
Presented the list of April activities.
Cindy Heinze reported that she has received Board of Health complaints (same as discussed at the April 16, 2018 Council meeting). Cindy also reported that the Spray Park fort has boards that will need to be replaced.
Darcy Hubka-Vopat presented suggestions on the Sidewalk Program ($1,000 Midwest Energy Grant received in the Fall 2017)- 50% match up to $250 maximum on a first come first serve to Wilson residents. It was added to give the residents 60 days to have the work completed by a contractor and present a paid receipt for reimbursement from the City. Work can not be done before May 7, 2018. An ad will be placed in the Ellsworth County Independent/ Reporter.
Gary Everett made a motion to approve Jeremy Hubka as a volunteer firefighter under the 90-day probation period on the Wilson Fire Department. Cindy Heinze seconded the motion and it carried 4 – 0 – 1 (abstain).
KDOT PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION POLICIES-
Gary Everett made a motion to approve the mandatory policy changes to the Passenger Rules Policy and the General Policy. Lorie Taylor seconded the motion and it carried.
MOBILE VENDOR ORDINANCE NO. 843-
Cindy Heinze made a motion to adopt the Mobile Vendor Ordinance No. 843. Gary Everett seconded the motion and it carried.
BOARD OF HEALTH ORDINANCE NO. 842-
Gary Everett made a motion to adopt the Board of Health Ordinance No. 842. Darcy Hubka-Vopat seconded the motion and it carried.
STORAGE CONTAINERS -
Complaints have been received regarding storage containers. A proposed ordinance with rules and regulations was given to the Council for their review. People with storage containers on their property will be invited to a future meeting for their input.
APPLIANCE TRAILER -
It was suggested that the appliance trailer location (26th and Ave F) is not a good site to have the trailer during the year. Cindy Heinze tabled the matter until the May 21, 2018 Council meeting until the Council speaks with Jerry Florian regarding the matter. Gary Everett seconded the motion and it carried.
NEXT MEETING -
Next Council meeting- Monday, May 21, 2018 7:00 pm
Meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m.