Woonsocket City Council proceedings

OCTOBER 2, 2017 Minutes

The regular meeting of the Woonsocket City Council was called to order by President Richard Reider at 7:00 p.m., Monday, October 2, 2017, with the following members present: Derek Foos, Jim Steichen, Darin Kilcoin and Joel Rassel. Brandon Goergen and Lindy Peterson were absent. Rod Weber was also present.
Motion by Steichen, seconded by Rassel, to approve the agenda. Motion carried.
Motion by Foos, seconded by Kilcoin, to approve the September 4, 2017, minutes. Motion carried.
Motion by Foos, seconded by Rassel, to approve the Financial Statement. Motion carried.
Motion by Rassel, seconded by Steichen, to approve the following bills:
Woony Foods $3.27
Waste Management $7,172.29
KO’s Pro Service $514.80
TK Electric $433.68
Santel Communications $328.51
Sanborn County Sheriff $56.00
Menards $ 581.02
MC&R Pools $5,362.48
Local Lumber $67.75
Hawkins $774.50
Express 2 $413.93
Department of Revenue $28.00
Bierschbach $541.00
Ameripride $70.34
NorthWestern Energy $3,766.20
Express Stop $219.60
Van Diest Supply $1,712.50
Macs Inc. $69.99
SD Retirement Plan $1,326.24
First National Bank $2,842.73
Department of Revenue $211.20
Josh Renken $1,398.09
7:15 p.m. Rod Weber met with the council to discuss installing a flashing speed sign by the flashing lights on the highway. Weber asked for Council support to move forward on gathering information on this project. Council gave full support.
OLD BUSINESS
Council discussed the golf cart ordinance. Weber will come up with a sample ordinance next month.
Council discussed the Mason Building and moving ahead with legal action.
Council discussed the bathroom at the football field.
Council discussed AFLAC, no interest at this time.
Council discussed the budget. Committee of Lindy Peterson, Joel Rassel and Darin Kilcoin will meet with the employees.
NEW BUSINESS
Council discussed the siren. Council heard complaints that have been expressed.
Council discussed upgrading the mower. Motion by Rassel, seconded by Steichen, to approve the quote from Doug’s Custom Paint and & Body in the amount of $5,100.00. Motion carried.
Council discussed a leak in the City Building Roof. Weber will contact the insurance company.
Council recognized all the work Georgia Bennett has done for the City and would like to express our appreciation.
Other items that were discussed:
Cemetery-looking for someone to fix headstones;
Cars-working on list;
Work List-reviewed and added to;
Jake Brake-sign has been ordered;
Fire Dept-tabled;
Drinking on boulevards – follow the ordinance at this time.
With no further business to be discussed, motion by Steichen, seconded by Kilcoin, to adjourn the meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 8:50 PM.
Richard Reider,
President
(SEAL):
Tara Weber,
Finance Office

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