Agenda Meeting Minutes
August 7, 2017
The meeting was called to order by Mayor John Werner at 5:00 p.m. Present for the meeting; Mayor John Werner; Councilors Greg Andrews, Suzanne Herstad, and Bob Quade; Treasurer Holly Herstad; Clerk Joan Jauss; and attached list of public.
John W. stated the meeting is being pared down due to a public hearing being held at the St. Louis County public safety building in reference to the release of a level III offender.
Greg made a motion to approve the July 5, 2017 Agenda meeting minutes with a second by Suzanne. All vote in favor. Motion passed.
Resolution 17-08-19 Authorizing the issuance, sale, and delivery of $250,000 G. O. Capital Improvement Bond, Series 2017A: Joan stated this resolution is authorizing the issuance of the Capital Improvement Plan Bond. Suzanne made a motion to approve Resolution 17-08-19 Authorizing the issuance, sale, and delivery of $250,000 General Obligation (G.O.) Capital Improvement Bond, Series 2017A with a second by Bob. All vote in favor. Motion passed.
Resolution 17-08-20 Waiving building permit for City Hall improvements: Joan read into record Resolution 17-08-20. Suzanne made a motion to approve Resolution 17-08-19 with a second by Bob. All vote in favor. Motion passed.
Resolution 17-08-21 Authorizing approval of City Hall improvement change orders:
Joan read resolution 17-08-21 into record. Suzanne made a motion to approve Resolution 17-08-21 with a second by Bob. All vote in favor. Motion passed.
North Shore Bank Proposal Form: Joan stated North Shore is requesting the proposal form be approved for the $250,000 G.O. Capital Improvement Plan Bond, Series 2017A. It notes the annual payments, payments will start on Aug 1, 2018, and the interest rate of 2.3%. Suzanne asked if this is being addressed in the 2018 levy, Joan noted it is. Suzanne made a motion to approve the proposal from Northland Securities with a second by Greg. All vote in favor. Motion passed.
City Hall improvements: John W. stated there has been one change, two breakers need to be replaced. On a good note, the contractor has found the leaking wall appears to be due to the scupper leaking instead of the block. The contractor does not think they will need to replace the wall. He also stated the kitchen has been ripped apart, there is some concern on the mastic on the floor, the contractor is having it tested.
PUBLIC COMMENT: None
Having nothing further to discuss, a motion to adjourn was made by Suzanne.