09-09-2015 Agenda and Minutes - Standard
CITY OF SILVER LAKE COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2015
ORDER OF BUSINESS MEETING
Pledge of Allegiance
Request to Use Community Building
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REGULAR SESSION WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 9, 2015
The Governing Body of the City of Silver Lake met in regular session at city hall on Wednesday evening September 9, 2015 with Mayor Smith conducting the meeting and the following Councilmembers present: Tim Kampsen, Tom Noble, Larry Ross (3) Absent: Nancy Bryant, Heath Robinson (2).
Motion was made by Councilman Noble, seconded by Councilman Ross and approved that the minutes from the last regular session held on August 17, 2015 be approved.
Claim voucher was submitted to the council for appropriation. An ordinance entitled "An ordinance appropriating money to pay certain claims" was introduced and read at length. Motion was made by Councilman Noble and seconded by Councilman Kampsen that said ordinance be accepted as read and was then placed on final passage by roll call of the following vote: AYE: Tim Kampsen, Tom Noble, Larry Ross (3) NAY: None. Ordinance was declared passed and was given no. 2305.
Motion was made by Councilman Noble to approve the written request received from the Silver Lake Library to use the community building on Thursday, September 17, 2015 for a program hosted by the library. Motion was seconded by Councilman Ross and approved. It was noted that the fees for this use will be waived.
Public Works Assistant Smith reported that Superior Tank Company, Inc. has finished painting the 50,000 gallon water tank on Railroad. They are allowing the tower to dry and will start filling it up next Monday.
Public Works Assistant Smith also mentioned that they are currently obtaining prices for mulch to put under the playground equipment in the parks. They will try to have these prices by the next meeting.
Councilman Kampsen told council that when Public Works Superintendent Taylor is present, discussion needs to be held about the current contract with Storm Softball.
Councilman Noble mentioned that when City Attorney Luckman is present, council needs to discuss with him the steps the city must take to transition to November elections. Also, he would like him to clarify current firearms regulations.
The city has received a refund credit in the amount of $1,661.00 from Paragon Financial Group, Inc. This credit is a workers compensation audit return premium.
With no further business to come before council, it was moved by Councilman Noble, seconded by Councilman Ross and approved to adjourn at 5:43 P.M.
Darlene M. Stadler,