Fairview Park, Town Council 
Meeting Minutes for December 13, 2022
                                                            Town of Fairview Park
                                              Minutes of the December 13th, 2022 Meeting

            The Town Council held their regular meeting on Tuesday December 13th, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building. The Pledge to the Flag was recited. Roll call was taken with council members Jim Hall, Larry Natalie, Tonya Cox, Larry Wilson, Jim Moore and Attorney Henry Antonini all present. A motion was made by Tonya Cox and seconded by Jim Moore to accept the minutes of the November meeting and financial report. The motion carried by voice vote.
             Angie Riggen was present and gave a quick update on the pickle ball courts, she said they held a fund raiser on the 3rd and collected $1135.00 and other donations was received in the amount of $3500.00 also she has received a grant from International Paper, she is hopeful to reach her goal by spring.
            The board discussed the issue of signs around town, all the board members checked their areas for missing signs or areas that might need new signs, they agreed that several stop and yield signs are needed in several locations, a list will be put together of what signs are needed to be replaced or newly installed. Larry mentioned that the electric speed limit signs are in the process of being ordered, Mike Ray said Curtis found the electric signs, now just needs the approval to order them.
            Scout Aden Moore gave a update on the gaga pit for the town park that he is going to build, he stated he has all the funds for materials that will be used for the project, he said the first good weekend he will start to build the pit.
            Tom Luft asked the board about the property to the north of his, he mentioned that he has sent four letters over the years to the board about this property, he knows the town has ordinances in place and wants to know if they will be enforced or not, Henry informed him that there is a pending trial date for this matter. Tom stated he is concerned for the person’s safety as well as all the other issues with the property. Larry said that he met with Kim Hawkins about this problem and the town is waiting on a court date, Henry said that the town can tag the un-plated vehicles and have them towed as a step forward with this problem.
            Ordinance 2022-6 An Ordinance Establishing Revised Waterworks Rate and Charges Regarding the Elimination of Utility Receipts Tax (URT) was read in full and again by title only, Tonya Cox made the motion to allow the ordinance, Larry Wilson seconded the motion, motion carried by voice vote.
             Ordinance 2022-7 Salary Ordinance for 2023 was read in full and again by title only, Tonya Cox made the motion to approve the Salary Ordinance for 2023, Jim Moore seconded the motion, motion carried by voice vote.
             Mike Ray mentioned that the street light in the parking lot by the town park needs repaired
             A motion was made by Tonya Cox and seconded by Jim Moore to pay the towns claims in the amount of $48,617.65, the water department claims in the amount of $32,934.88, the wastewater claims in the amount of $10,988.71, and storm water in the amount of $29,124.36. The motion carried by voice vote. 
            The meeting was adjourned at 7:35pm with a motion by Jim Moore and seconded by Jim Hall, the motion carried by voice vote.

                                                                                                           Attested to by:
                                                                                                           Milisa Carty, Clerk/Treasurer
                                                                                                           December 13th, 2022
General Fund                                          $97,286.20
MVH Fund                                                $4,392.68
MVH Restricted                                    $102,044.42
LR & S Fund                                           $53,508.45
CCD Fund                                               $14,973.07
CCI Fund                                                $34,110.94
Cum Fire Fund                                       $86,685.44
Flag Fund                                                    $494.38
Rainy Day Fund                                      $46,136.42
Police Ed. Fund                                        $2,852.19
Public Safety                                          $75,508.52
CCMG                                                      $3,569.15
ARP Funds                                           $206,864.26
Opioid Distribution                                    $3,509.28
Opioid Unrestricted                                  $1,503.96
Balance as of
December 31th, 2022                           $733,439.36