On Monday, 1/9/2023 the regular Town Council meeting was called to order by Deb Shumate, Town Council President. All present joined in giving the Pledge of Allegiance. All Council members were present
Minutes from the December 12, 2022 meeting was presented. A motion was made by Mark Marsee to approve these minutes. Drew Olman seconded that motion. All Ayes.
Claims/Financials/Payroll: After review of the claims presented, A motion was made by Drew Olman to approve. Mark Marsee seconded that motion. All Ayes.
Town Manager Report: Report was submitted and presented by Doug Price. Doug also asked the board members if the Ripley County EMS building contract included any wording about trash containers. Deb Shumate stated that they are considered a business and would need to contact Rumpke directly.
Town Marshall Report: Report was submitted by Phillip Wilson, Town Marshall.
Milan Park Board Report: There was no Park Board Business to report on.
Old/Continuing Business: There was no Old/Continuing to report on.
New Business: There was no New Business to report on.
Misc/Comments/Concerns from Public: Deb Shumate stated that going forward, any new items brought forth from the public, must be presented to the Milan Town Hall, no later than 72 hours prior to the meeting in order to be heard at the meeting. This was a Resolution that was passed during the December meeting.
Dillon Davidson expressed concerns about not having the equipment needed to take care of the streets, due to the fact he received a call to clear snow, from a street located in the Indian Pointe Subdivision, during the past snowstorm. Mark Marsee responded that the town's street crews were out caring for the streets and that high winds were a big problem for all road crews, to keep streets/roads cleared. He also stated that they may need to look into obtaining additional equipment in the future, but the previous snowstorm was an exception and not normal weather conditions, for the area.
A motion was made by Drew Olman to adjourn the meeting. Mark Marsee seconded that motion. All Ayes.
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