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CITY OF MARION COUNCIL AGENDA
Monday 6:30 P.M. DATE: February 12, 2018
MEETING TO BE HELD AT CITY HALL
X REGULAR MEETING ___ __ CONTINUED MEETING
__X___ ROLL CALL:
__X__ PLEDGE TO THE FLAG
___X__ MINUTES: Regular Meeting 01/22/2018, Special Meetings 02/05/2018 & 02/08/2018
__X___ EXECUTIVE SESSION - Real Estate-Personnel-Litigation-Contracts
______ EXECUTIVE MINUTES
______ TREASURER'S REPORT:
___X_ APPROVE BILLS
___X_ CONSENT AGENDA:
___X __ PUBLIC COMMENTS:
__ X ZONING BOARD
___X_ _COMMISSIONERS REPORTS:
1. Council approval of resignation of Monte Blue from the Commissioner's position he was appointed to February 5, 2018.
2. Council approval of appointment of Doug Patton to fill the vacant Commissioner's position.
3. Swearing in of new Commissioner.
4. Seating of new Commissioner.
4A. Ordinance no. 3428 Amending Ordinance 3426.
5A. Council approval to purchase UV bulbs for Sewer Plant disinfection process.
Bid 1. Ray Lindsey Company. Trojan products - 96 bulbs, 10 sleeve sealing 0-rings, 10 quartz sleeves - $35,838.28.
Bid 2. Ressler & Associates, Inc. Glasco products - 96 lamps, 96 O-rings plus a few miscellaneous items that will be incidental to the total price of $13,524.48.
5B. Council approval to purchase chemicals for odor-corrosion and nutrient
Evoqua - Full service odor control pricing for 2018 in effect through 01/31/2019.
Bioxide - $2.94 per gallon delivered in bulk.
Odophos Plus - $2.30 per gallon delivered in bulk.
6.Council approval of annual contract to Harris Computer Systems for December 2017 to November 2018 in the amount of $12,460.00.
7.Council approval to transfer $14,300.00 from Cemetery funds to Goddard Chapel Funds.
8.Additions and Renovations for Marion fire Station
Council approval to pay White & Borgognoni Architects, P.C. Invoice # 9
Dated February 2, 2018 in the amount of $5,424.22.
9.Council approval to pay annual renewal invoice for Abilia program - $5,670.00.
10A.Council approval for a request for a Set-back variance at 601 W. DeYoung
Street of ten (10) feet from Route 13, State maintained highway, instead of the
Required thirty (30 feet.
(AAA Accounting Services, Patricia & Jack Armstrong)
10B.Ordinance 3424 - Ordinance amending Ordinance 3208 dated August 25,
10C. Resignation of Doug Patton from Zoning Board.
BOYTON STREET COMMUNITY CENTER BOARD
11. Council approval of resignation of Caitlin Ditski from Boyton Street Community
HUB RECREATION CENTER
12A. New Employee Recommendations - Part-time Employee
Carrie Graham - Lifeguard $9.50/hour, Café $9.00/hour, Front Desk Attendant $9.00/hour
Piper Gunther - Lifeguard $9.50/hour
Lachelle Hartline - Group Fitness Instructor $15.00/hour
Alana Nation - Childwatch $9.00/hour
Kenady Lober - Café Attendant $9.00/hour, Front Desk Attendant $9.00/hour, Childwatch $9.00/hour
12B.Additional Job Classification
Parker Barden - Swim Instructor $20.00/hr
Steven Thompson - Swim Instructor $20.00/hr
CITY OF MARION PROPERTY/CASUALTY INSURANCE CONTRACT.
13.Council approval of City of Marion's Property/Casualty insurance contract.
REQUEST OF DONATION FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS ANNUAL POLAR PLUNGE.
14A.Request from T.J. Warren, Copicles Team Captain and Detective Sergeant
Marion Police Department, for a $500.00 donation to the annual Polar Plunge
to be held at Rend Lake March 3, 2018.Rend Lake March 3, 2018.
14B.Request from Special Olympics Polar Plunge team, Copsicles, to be
Included in the 2018 Budget for the 2019 Polar Plunge.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF MARION
15A Council approval of resignation of Monte Blue from the Housing Authority.
15B.Council approval to appoint Jim Phemister to complete Mr. Blue's term on
The Housing Authority Board.
MARION CULTURAL AND CIVIC CENTER
16A.Council approval to promote Mike Wade, currently Custodian for Marion Cultural and Civic Center to the Position of Venue Logistics coordinator with an increase in pay to $15.75/hr.
16B.Council approval of new part-time Custodial hires at $9.00/hr.
17. ORDINANCE NO. 3427 - AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A DATE (April 9, 2018 at 5:30 P.M.) FOR A PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE MARION HEIGHTS II TIF DISTRICT.