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									Village of Kirkland
Kirkland, Illinois 60146

Board of Trustee Regular Meeting
June 19, 2006


OFFICIAL MINUTES


I.     Call to Order. President Becker called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and
       asked for a roll call.

II.    Roll Call. Members answering present as follows: Behnke, Boettger, Firkins,
       Miller, Sparrow and Stiegman. The pledge of allegiance was then said.

III.   Building Inspector Report. Petrie handed out his report. See attached. The
       building fee schedule was tabled to later meeting. Ordinance 2002-10 will need
       to be changed.

IV.    Standing Committee Reports.
       1.

V.     Unfinished Business.
       1. Motion by Firkins to reconsider the ordinance for appointing committee
       chairman and committee members. Becker says that this motion is out of order.
        He states that you are not reconsidering the ordinance appointing you are
       reconsidering a motion to draft an ordinance. Firkins wants to make a motion to
       reconsider the motion for the ordinance for appointing committee chairman and
       committee members. Becker says it is still out of order, not on the agenda
       correctly.
       Firkins says she wants to make a motion to reconsider the directing of Scott Puma
       to prepare an ordinance for appointing committee chairman and committee
       members. Boettger seconds the motion. On a roll call vote Boettger, Firkins,
       Sparrow and Stiegman vote Yes. Behnke and Miller vote No.
       Firkins makes a motion to rescind the motion. Boettger seconds the motion.
       Motion carries unanimously.
       Firkins makes a motion to reconsider the ordinance for appointing committee
       chairman and committee members. Boettger seconds the motion.
       Becker tells Guy Sparrow to kiss his ass.
       Firkins excuses herself to go call the lawyer.
       2. Motion by Sparrow and seconded by Behnke to award the Contract for
       Construction of the 2006 MFT Street Resurfacing program, under Section No. 05-
       00006-00-RS, for the amount of $159,429.50 to Curran Contracting Company,
       Inc. On a roll call vote Miller, Sparrow, Stiegman, Behnke and Boettger vote
       Yes. Firkins was absent.
       3. Becker said he received a proposal from Ancel – Glink for prosecuting local
       ordinance violations. Tabled until another meeting.
       4. Library IMRF info was looked over. Becker directed Puma to be ready to
       discuss this at the July 10 meeting.
       5. Kirkland /Kingston boundary agreement was discussed again. Becker said
       that Kingston is ready to have a public hearing on this to adopt this. Sharon
       Miller stated that Marty Banks stated at the school board open meeting that the
       board was not holding back the agreement and they have no problems with the
       way it stands. Becker asked for consensus of the board. Behnke was in favor of
       it, the rest of the board still had mixed feelings about it.
       6. Behnke stated that Pioneer Park was having a bazaar on Saturday.
       7. Stiegman wanted to know if the board is interested in talking with Kingston
       about a joint wastewater sewer plant.
       8. Firkins’s motion on the floor to reconsider the ordinance for appointing
       committee chairman and committee members. It was seconded by Boettger. On
       a roll call vote Firkins, Sparrow, Stiegman and Boettger voted Yes. Miller and
       Behnke voted No.
       Firkins then made a motion to Direct Scott Puma to draw up an ordinance for the
       process of appointing committee chairman and committee members. The
       ordinance will state that the trustees will be responsible for deciding committee
       chairman and members. Chairmen will be determined by trustee seniority and
       experience. The trustee with the most seniority will select the committee chair
       he/she chooses and the trustee with the most seniority will choose and so on.
       Committee members will be discussed and agreed upon by the trustees. All
       trustees will be given the opportunity to state the committees they wish to
       participate on. When possible the Finance Committee should remain unchanged.
       The motion was seconded by Stiegman. On a roll call vote Sparrow, Stiegman
       Boettger and Firkins voted Yes. Behnke and Miller voted No.

VI.    Scheduled Speakers.
       1.

VI.    Resolutions, Ordinances and Miscellaneous Business.
       1.

VII.   New Business.
       1. Motion by Boettger and seconded by Behnke to pay Floyd Simmon’s bill for
       $3271.75. Vote carried unanimously.
       2. Motion by Behnke and seconded by Miller to go ahead with skate board ramp
       and Frisbee golf. Firkins is concerned with how close the ramp is to the railroad.
       On a roll call vote Behnke, Boettger, Miller, Sparrow and Stiegman voted Yes.
       Firkins voted No.
       3. The ICCI bill will be taken out of the Leahy Escrow account.
       4. Firkins wants village to follow new state law for dog bites.
       5. Boettger stated that when the committees are up and going that he wants an
       ordinance written for the ATVs.
        Boettger wanted Harry Newberry to explain new law about stolen vehicles being
        stored for evidence and the police department being responsible for the storage.

VIII.   Comments From Floor.
        1. Bill Dugan would like the board to pass an ordinance to get poker machines
           out of the village.
        2. Marian asked if anything had been done about separate meters for water
           meters doe pools or sprinklers. She is glad that the skate park is not in the
           middle of town.
        3. Guy sparrow asked about Pioneer Park being in a flood way and flood plain
           and wanted to know how a skate ramp could be constructed in it.


IX.     Adjournment.

        Motion by Boettger and seconded by Sparrow to adjourn meeting. Vote carried
        unanimously.


ATTEST:




______________________________               _______________________________
Kathryn L. McNeal, Clerk                     Mike Becker, President
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