The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.

Board Passes Liquor Ordinance

by: Shirley Linder, Quill Editor

At the September 3rd village board meeting Deb Hale motioned and Tony Anderson seconded to approve the liquor ordinance as prepared by Attorney Bill Rasmussen, with the motion passing unanimously. The ordinance will become effective 10 days after publication, making it effective September 21st. The next step for the trustees is to prepare an application for licenses. The first license cannot be issued until the October 7th meeting unless a special board meeting is called. (The complete ordinance is printed in this issue of "The Quill").

The police report for the month of August included: 103 hours worked; 528 miles on squad car; 1 traffic stop; 1 verbal warning; 1 written warning; 1 notice to appear; 7 service calls; 1 agency assist; 1 arrest; 18 business courtesy checks.

In other business the board:

The meeting adjourned at 9:52 p.m. until the next meeting on Monday, October 7, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.

Those present included: President Gary Root; Trustees, Mike Bohnenkamp, Brendan Schaley, Deb Hale, Betty Waterman, Tony Anderson, David Vancil; Employees Arbry Vancil, Bill Rasmussen, Lou Ann Nortrup, Ronnie Gittings (arriving at 7:25 p.m.), Mike Nelson; Guests, Robert Louden, Yvonne Knapp, Doug Hale, Shirley Linder