Minutes

Village of Misenheimer

Village Council Meeting

November 8, 2010

 

Attending:

        Michael Riemann, Mayor, Village Council

        Michael Burrage, Village Council

        Michael Herron, Village Council

        Tracey Wyrick, Police Chief

        Paula Russo, Clerk

 

Call to Order: Mayor Riemann called the meeting to order at 7:00PM and declared a quorum present.

Moment of Reflection/Introspection

 

Welcome to Visitors

 

Approval of Agenda: Herron moved the Agenda be approved. Burrage seconded the motion which was approved with 3/0 voting in favor.

 

Approval of the Minutes from the October 11, 2010 Meeting: Burrage moved that the minutes be approved and the motion was seconded Herron.  The motion carried with 3/0 voting in the affirmative.

 

Mayor’s Report-A Brief Report of Recent Village Activities:  The following items were completed:

 

1.       Prepared Records Document Report

2.       Sent seal for Centralina website

3.       Secured extended insurance coverage for Village officials

4.       Filed Municipal Street Report

5.       Contacted Eben Concepts about estimate on Health Insurance increase

6.       Talked to Helen Nance about using Gray Stone for Liaison meeting

7.       Gathered information on waste contract and grants for recycle carts

8.       Had Chief Wyrick activate automated phone system

9.       Prepared document to get Powell money in right account

10.   Submitted requirements for website to Huckabee

 

Meetings Attended:

1.       Met with Mayors and DOT( Topics Police and DOT)

2.       CTP presentation

3.       Pfeiffer Candidate Breakfasts (3)

4.       Mayors Meeting (Topics schools and calendar and parameters for waste bid)

5.       Construction Project organizational meeting

6.       Thread Trail grants meeting

Things Undone

1.      Website

2.      Wire on Roof

 

Things Coming Up

1.      Building Entrance

2.      Rules of Procedure

3.      Workman’s Comp Choice

4.      Waste Contract Bid

5.      Pfeiffer Contract

6.      Budget

7.      Gray stone Scholarships

 

Records Document Report: A report listing all known important documents was presented. The report indicated whether a paper and electronic was held by the Village Clerk.

 

Police Report: Police Chief Wyrick presented a report which highlighted recent activities. Annual firearms training will occur December 5. Recently prepared Pfeiffer reports and the new Campus Emergency Broadcast System were reported and Gray Stone Day School security was discussed at length.

 

 

 Review of Village Cook Out: The Village event on October 30 was generally viewed as a success. One suggestion was that instead of bringing cookers in, we could have the meat cooked off-site and delivered for about half the price (no whole hog). There was a general feeling that this was a good idea. It was decided that we needed to have an official policy on left-over food and that the policy would be presented at the next meeting. There was also a sense that the Village needs to settle on a name for the event and stick with it. Village Picnic seemed to resonate with the Council members present.

 

Workers Comp Bid Status: The Village had received a bid from Albemarle Insurance but had not yet received a bid from NCLM. The bid received was the same as current costs. There was some discussion about the need to purchase locally.

 

Website Status Report: Riemann presented details he had submitted to Huck Huckabee for an estimate. Huckabee had responded with an estimate of $1850 to build the site and to hold four sessions on how to enter information and pictures on the site. Herron made a motion to move ahead with the website at the stated price. Burrage seconded the motion which passed 3/0. It was decided to include snapshots of Council members and Board members.

 

Zoning Application Report:  A zoning application, which requests a rezoning of the property at the corner of Glenmore and US 52, was discussed. The Planning Board Hearing is set for Thursday, November 11. The role of the Village Council was reviewed.

 

Appointment of Board of Adjustment-Planning Board Member: A motion was made by Herron to replace Jordan Bowman on the Board of Adjustment and Planning Board with Ahren Burrage. The motion was seconded by Burrage. The motion carried 3/0.

 

Consideration of Council Members for the Bolton Position: Jennifer Bolton has officially resigned from the Village Council. Individuals who might fill the position were discussed. Riemann was requested to inquire about the interest of one individual. Council was to think of other possibilities so that Riemann might inquire about their interest also. Replacement selection would occur at the next meeting.

 

 

Closed Session: Riemann requested a motion to go into Closed Session as allowed by State Statute 143-318-11 Part a(5). Herron made the motion which was seconded by Burrage and which passed 3/0.

 

Adjournment: Burrage moved the meeting be adjourned at 8:37PM. The motion was seconded by Herron and the motion passed 3/0.

 

 

 

 

_____________________________   _______   ____________________________  ________

       J. Michael Riemann, Mayor               Date                Paula Russo, Clerk                         Date

 

 

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