The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.
The president and trustees of the Village of Raritan met in the meeting room of the Raritan Fire House August 12, 2010, with trustees Blender, Powless, Magee and Anders answering roll call. Trustee Mike Knapp arrived at 7:26 p.m.
After Trustee Blender opened with prayer and the minutes were approved, the bills were approved as follows: PDC $14.50; Dallas Rural Water $636.00; Ron Stombaugh $80.00; Ameren IP $528.99; IMCO Utility Supply $319.11; Waste Management $877.20; Jay Blender $625.00; Tom Edmonds $37.50; Murphy $90.00; Thompson Insurance $3,301.00; Henderson County Highway Department $14,039.48; Phil Anders $105.00.
Kevin Wiehardt, from WIRC, informed the board that a conflict of interest from the CDAP Grant exist because Orville Magee is an applicant and has an relative on the village board.
The clerk was instructed to submit to the village attorney for an opinion that does not violate any state or local laws. On roll call vote, all approved the motion with Magee abstaining and Waller absent.
Janet Brokaw was present asking about property line between her property and the neighbors property in the village and was informed to have her property surveyed.
She inquired about the the new charge for garbage pick-up for the churches and was told that the village ordinance states that all water hook-ups had to have garbage fees.
The clerk was instructed to contact Waste Management for roll offs for October 8, 9 and 10.
The meeting was adjourned to the next regular meeting night in September 9th at 7:00 p.m. at the Raritan Fire House. The public is invited to attend meetings.
Visitors were Kevin Wiehardt, Janet Brokaw and Doug Hensley.