June 21, 2016 6:45 PM
Members Present: Todd Everling, J. Scott Flick, Joyce Higginbottom, Katie Regan, Clerk Teresa Duke. Absent: Scott Deyoe.
Meeting was called to order by Vice President Todd Everling.
Minutes of Previous Meeting: The minutes of the previous meeting were presented for additions or corrections. Mr. Everling asked for a motion to accept. Motion was made by Mrs. Higginbottom. Motion was seconded by Mr. Flick. Motion carried.
Approval of Dockets: General Fund total expenses for June 8th – June 21st were $102,591.54. Water Utility was $38,276.97. The Wastewater Utilities totaled $96,191.74. Stormwater Utility was $465.00. Mr. Everling asked for a motion to accept. Motion was made by Ms. Regan. Motion was seconded by Mr. Flick. Motion carried.
Resolution 2016-2 Concerning a Slum and Blight Area in need of Redevelopment: Mr. Everling read Resolution 2016-2 A Declaratory Resolution Of The Town Council For The Town Of Greentown, Indiana Concerning A Slum And Blight Area In Need Of Redevelopment. Mr. Everling asked for a motion to accept Resolution 2016-2. Motion was made by Mr. Flick. Motion was seconded by Mrs. Higginbottom. Motion carried.
Old Business: Ron Simpson gave an updated report on his property on 128 N. Meridian St. Mr. Simpson is scheduled to have a status hearing in court on June 27th 2016. Mr. Simpson asked the council to extend the status hearing since he has made progress on this property. The council gave Mr. Simpson a ninety day extension on his property at 128 N. Meridian. Mrs. Duke will inform Mr. Peelle on the council’s decision to give Mr. Simpson a ninety day extension.
Mr. Simpson also questioned the council about Mark Bradford who marked his property line with boundary markers which abuts Mr. Simpson’s property on 128 N. Meridian. Mr. Everling advised Mr. Simpson to have a survey done on his property at 128 N Meridian which would determine legal property lines between Mr. Simpson and Mr. Bradford.
New Business: The Greentown Lions Club is requesting permission to close East Payton St. from the drive on the east side of the livestock pavilion to Maple St. from July 9th – July 17th 2016 for our annual 4-H Fair. Mr. Everling asked for a motion to accept the Lions Club requests on road closure on Payton St. during the 4-H Fair. Motion was made by Mr. Flick. Motion was seconded by Ms. Regan. Motion carried.
Adjourn: Mr. Everling asked for a motion to adjourn. Motion was made by Mr. Flick. Motion was seconded by Ms. Regan. Motion carried.