Fairview Park, Town Council 
Meeting Minutes for September 14, 2021
                                                          Town of Fairview Park
                                   Minutes of the September 14th, 2021 Meeting

            The Town Council held their regular meeting on Tuesday September 14th, 2021 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 Larry Wilson
to accept the minutes of the August meeting and financial report. The motion carried by voice
             Curtis gave an update on the properties his department has been working on, he said
they are at an stand still with the property on Lincoln St. he said he spoke to Henry about the
town putting a possible lien on the property and that they are still unable to remove any more
vehicles from there due to the pool that is in the way, the properties at the top of the hill on
Third St. that his department has been after to clean up are now doing so and are looking better.
Curtis said the property that Tonya asks about has moved the vehicles back off the roadway and
covered the other items on the property.
             Tonya mentioned the railroad crossing on Fourth St. that it needs to be trimmed back
and the warning sign needs to be moved over a little, she said her husband could contract the
railroad for the town if they would like and notify them of these issues, the board said it would
be fine with them. Tonya also asked about the blinking stop signs, Larry said he had checked
on them and the cost of one sign would be $1200.00, he explained that the City of Clinton had
received a grant to help with all their new signs.
            The board discussed the rental of the town hall for the month of October and going
forward due to the increase in Covid cases, the board decided not to rent the hall till further
notice, Tonya Cox made the motion not to allow hall rentals till further notice, Jim Moore
seconded the motion, motion carried by voice vote Larry asked about the possibility of having
to cancel meetings Henry said to wait and see on that, to keep the town running you can have a
brief meeting for claims only.
             The 2022 public hearing for the town’s budgets was held with the clerk-treasure
reading the budgets aloud. The adoption of these budgets will be at the next meeting in
             Leonard Akers ask about the town’s easements and the reason for the question was
there is a resident who does not want children walking in their yard going to or coming from
the school bus stop. Curtis said he thought that when there is no sidewalk there still is a tree
row. Larry said he didn’t think we had tree row in the area and that the right of way on
north/south roads was 50ft and on east/west roads it was 40ft with most alleys being 15ft.
             Leonard suggested to let the health department use the town hall for a covid shot clinic
Henry reminded the board they had just made a motion not to allow the use of the town hall.
             A motion was made by Tonya Cox and seconded by Jim Hall to pay the towns claims
in the amount of $14,235.31, the water department claims in the amount of $20,036.27 with
transfer Storm water $2,315.85, the wastewater claims in the amount of $7,002.74 with bond
payment in the amount of $26,531.25. The motion carried by voice vote.
            The meeting was adjourned at 7:20pm with a motion by Tonya Cox and seconded by
Jim Moore, the motion carried by voice vote.

                                                                                                                  Attested to by:
                                                                                                                  Milisa Carty, Clerk/Treasurer
                                                                                                                  September 14th, 2021
General Fund                                          $53,820.07
CCMG                                                       $3,569.15
MVH Fund                                                 $6,674.22
MVH Restricted                                       $73,863.27
LR& S Fund                                            $41,748.99
CCD Fund                                               $21,078.41
CCI Fund                                                 $32,781.29
Cum Fire Fund                                        $80,533.93
Flag Fund                                                     $848.60
Riverboat Wagering                                $19,163.19
Rainy Day Fund                                      $34,066.40
Police Ed. Fund                                        $4,206.83
Certified Shares                                      $38,702.25
Public Safety                                           $62,375.98
Balance as of
September 30th 2021                           $473,432.58