Town of Fairview Park
Minutes of the May 11, 2004 Meeting
The Town Council held their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 11, 2004 at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building. The Pledge to the Flag was recited. Roll call was taken with council members James Hall, Larry Natalie, Tonya Smith, David Crane and Norma Snedeker and our attorney Henry Antonini were present.
The minutes of the April meeting and financial report were approved with a motion by Tonya and seconded by David. The motion carried by voice vote.
Larry has received a letter from Eric Smith, Hannum, Wagle and Cline outlining his recommendation for water and sewer service for the 5 houses being built on 6th Street east of Lincoln. Larry will get a copy of the letter to the contractor.
Larry talked with county sanitary officer, Larry Beard. Mr. Beard advised that if the Town felt their nuisance ordinance was not adequate, that the Council consider adopting the county's unsafe housing ordinance, thereby giving him the authority to enforce the county ordinance. Henry will contact county attorney, Jon Spurr to get a copy of the ordinance.
A motion was made by David and seconded by Tonya to allow sprinkler rates for the months of June, July and August. The motion carried by voice vote.
Teresa that the budget cuts discussed were actually for the 2003 budget and that the 2004 budget has not yet been approved.
After learning that asphalt is not being produced as of yet, it was decided to discuss road repairs/resurfacing at a later date.
Richard Kelley thanked the FPVFD/rescue and the Town Marshal for the great care and concern for his mother in January. He advised she would be in the nursing for the rest of her life and asked that the water be turned off at her residence.
Leonard Akers advised that a table was damaged at the recent election and that after speaking with Commissioner, Tim Wilson, it was decided that a new table would be paid for by the county, if need be. At this time it was decided that the table was repairable. Leonard also asked about replacing the "Welcome to Fairview Park" sign at Washington Street and SR 63. The Council will look into it.
Jim Moore advised that the rescue truck has been ordered.
A motion was made by Jim and seconded by Tonya to pay the Town claims in the amount of $6,379.44, the wastewater claims of $11,995.14 and the Water department claims in the amount of $8,458.46. The motion carried by voice vote.
The meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m. with a motion by Tonya and seconded by David. The motion carried by voice vote.
Attested to by:
Teresa Baker, Clerk-Treasurer May 11, 2004