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Meeting Notices 2022 Year


2022 Board of Trustees Regular Monthly Meeting Dates
Monday, January 24, 2022
Monday, February 28, 2022
Monday, March 28, 2022
Monday, April 25, 2022
Tuesday, May 23, 2022
Monday, June 27 2022

Monday, July 25, 2022
Monday, August 22, 2022
Monday, September 26, 2022
Monday, October 26, 2022
Monday, November 28, 2022

Tuesday, December 27, 2022


The Finance Committee will meet on the above scheduled dates at 6:30 p.m. prior to the Board of Trustee’s meetings convening at 7:00 p.m. in the Manners Park administrative office board room.


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BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, November 28, 2022 7:00 P.M.

 

The regular monthly meeting was called to order by President Marlane Miller at 7:00 p.m. with pledge of allegiance.

 

Roll Call: President Marlane Miller, Vice-President Tanya Reno, Trustees Sue Phillips, Don Bragg, Teri Greer, Jeff Hancock, Attorney Quinn Broverman and Secretary MaryAnn Becker. Trustee Cheryl Dagon was absent.

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to approve October 2022 minutes; the motion was seconded by Trustee Phillips.  Voice vote carried the motion.

 

Taylorville Park District

TREASURER’S REPORT

As of July 31, 2022

 

Beginning Balance   09/30/2022                                $ 1,127,489.77

                                                                           

Cash Receipts                                                                   $      86,342.24

 

Cash Disbursements                                            $      45,463.01

 

 Balance as of 10/31/2022                                             $  1,168,369.00                            

 

Taylorville Park District

FUND BALANCES

 

 

IMRF FUND                                                                                             $      84,219.97

1st Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $      10,509.56

2nd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                          $        2,355.75

3rd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $        5,352.49

4th Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $        1,497.15

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                    $     41,605.16

1st Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $     13,659.04

2nd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                          $       3,061.90

3rd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $       6,956.37

4th Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $       1,945.74

 

BOND FUND                                                                                             $    122,562.97

PARK DISTRICT,

1st Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $     50,468.40

2nd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                          $     11,313.53

3rd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $     25,703.14

4th Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $       7,189.42

 

AQUARIUM

& MUSEUM FUND                                                                                   $      73,177.41

1st Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $       38,251.64

2nd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                          $         8,574.85

3rd Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $       19,481.06

4th Disbursement 2021 Property Taxes                                                           $         5,449.03

 

 

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                    $        7,076.19     

 

 

POOL FUND                                                                                             $    166,265.28

 

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report & Fund Balances as submitted Trustee Bragg seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

GUESTS /CORRESPONDENCE

President Miller read a letter received from Park Place, regarding a request for donations to assist with residents. No action was taken.

 

NEW BUSINESS

Resolution 2022-4 -Providing for and requiring the submission of the proposition to issue general obligation park bonds to the voters of the District at the consolidated election to be held on the 4th day of April, 2023.  David Pistorius, of First Midstate Inc., reviewed resolution 2022-4 with the board regarding placing the general obligation park bonds on the ballot for the upcoming general election April 4, 2023. Discussion followed. Trustee Phillips motioned to approve Resolution 2022-4, Vice-President Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call voted carried the motion, all in favor.

10% Increase of Annual Audit – Secretary Becker presented the board with a verbal request from CPA’s Pulley, Martynowski & Blakeman for a 10% increase in the annual fee of the park district audit. Becker stated the price has remained the same for the past 10 years.  Discussion followed. Trustee Phillips motioned to approve a 10% increase in cost for the annual audit. Trustee Greer seconded the motion.  Roll call vote called the motion, all in favor.

Employee Christmas Bonus – Trustee Phillips motioned to gift a $200 Christmas Bonus to fulltime employees, and a $100 Christmas Bonus to part-time employees for the 2022 year. Vice President Reno seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion.

Employee Christmas Party – Discussion in regards to having a party locally for the employees, trustees and spouses.  Office Administrator Becker will check with Nesty’s on the square to see what is available.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent

Acting Superintendent Ben Dempsey reported staff has been busy setting up displays and hanging lights for Christmas in the Park. The junk carts and old Dodge truck had been picked up leaving some needed storage room in the shed.  Lastly, he reviewed with the board a few different options for purchasing a Boom Lift for the Park District.  Discussion followed, with the decision to put out a bid for a new Boom Lift.

 

Recreation Director

Bailey Hancock reported that on Wednesday, November 9th she staked out the park for displays, Thursday, November 10th, Sr. Lunch was held serving Ham donated by Angelo’s and Sue celebrated her 80th! Friday, November 11th, was Kids R Kids Dance, Monday, November 14th, decorating the dining hall started, and on Tuesday, November 22nd, Hancock was a guest on the radio sharing all the upcoming events for Christmas in the Park. Hancock stated she has been working on display list and map, getting letters out, assisting with display set up, taking registrations for the Jingle Bell Walk, getting CITP flyers to local schools, and filling the volunteer list for the Donation Booth. Lastly Hancock presented the board with an invoice from

Burbach Aquatics for the feasibility study and technical evaluation on the Manners Park Swimming Pool. 

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to pay the invoice totaling $12, 379.73 with a 50/50 split between the Improvements Pool/Playground Fund and the Contingency Fund.  Vice-President Reno seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Office Administrator/Secretary

MaryAnn Becker reported the 4th and final Property Tax disbursement had been received. On November, 7th, she paid the G.O. Limited Bond Series 2014 & 2021 payments, received the IPRF Safety Grant in the amount of $2,240, the Aquatic Grant in the amount of $500, and a $650 partial payment of the Power Grant which has another $850 remaining to be received.  The 2023/2024 IPRF Workman’s Comp renewal was received and will be $17,771.00, $384 less than 2022. Becker is currently working on updating and reclassifying some income/expense entries for the current fiscal year, and reminded everyone to pick up their election packets for the April 4, 2023 consolidated election in the park office. Lastly, she has requested a quote from CTI for a Security upgrade, and new computers for both her system (last updated 2011) and Recreation Director Hancock’s computer (last updated 2017).   Trustee Hancock suggested looking into laptop system which could be taken with to work from remote areas.  Becker will request a quote for those also.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to accept the reports as given. Vice-President Reno seconded the motion. Voice vote carried the motion.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills  

Trustee Phillips motioned to pay October monthly bills totaling $5,204.33 and

Vice-President Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor. 

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Vice-President Reno motioned to go into Executive Session 5 ILCS 120/2 (C) (1), Trustee Greer seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.  Executive Session began at 8:05 p.m. and ended at 8:25 p.m.

 

POSSIBLE ACTION ON MATTERS DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE SESSION

No action was taken

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, Vice-President Reno motioned to adjourn at 8:25 p.m., Trustee Phillips seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor. 

 

The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on TUESDAY,  December 27, 2022 AT 7:00 P.M. WITH THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING AT 6:30 P.M. at the Taylorville Park District Dining Hall, inside Manners Park.  Prior notice will be posted.

 

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, November 28, 2022

7:00 P.M.

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

I.        Call to Order

II.      Pledge of Allegiance

III.     Roll Call

IV.     Approval of October 2022 Minutes

V.       Treasurer’s Report

VI.     Guests and/or Correspondence

          A. Letter from Park Place

VII.     NEW BUSINESS

            A. Resolution providing for and requiring the submission of the proposition to issue general obligation park bonds to the                   voters of the District at the consolidated election to be held on the 4th day of April, 2023.

            B.10% Increase in annual audit fee, requested by Pulley, Martynowski & Blakeman

            C. Employee Christmas Bonus

            D. Employee Christmas Party   

 VIII.    OLD BUSINESS

  IX.       Reports

              A.  Maintenance Superintendent

              B.  Office Administrator/Secretary   

              C.  Recreation Director

  X.        Committee Reports

              A. Finance Committee – Approval for Payment of Bills November 2022

 XI.       Executive Session – 5 ILCS 120/2 (C) (1)

 XII.      Possible Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session

XIII.      Adjourment

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, October 24, 2022 7:00 P.M.

 

The regular monthly meeting was called to order by President Marlane Miller at 7:00 p.m. with pledge of allegiance.

 

Roll Call: President Marlane Miller, Vice-President Tanya Reno, Trustees Sue Phillips, Don Bragg, Teri Greer, Jeff Hancock, Attorney Quinn Broverman and Secretary MaryAnn Becker. Cheryl Dagon was not present.

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to approve September 2022 minutes; the motion was seconded by Trustee Phillips.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Taylorville Park District

TREASURER’S REPORT

As of September 30, 2022

 

Beginning Balance  08/31/2022                                 $ 1,028,146.38

                                                                           

Cash Receipts                                                                   $    174,675.72

 

Cash Disbursements                                            $      76,557.02

 

 Balance as of 09/30/2022                                            $ 1,126,300.40                             

 

Taylorville Park District

FUND BALANCES

 

IMRF FUND                                                                                    $     83,052.49

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                         $     42,591.65

 

BOND FUND                                                                                  $   115,324.48

 

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM

& MUSEUM FUND                                                                         $      67,716.85

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                         $       7,076.19

 

POOL FUND                                                                                   $   166,173.54

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report & Fund Balances as submitted, Trustee Greer seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

GUESTS AND/OR CORRESPONDENCE

 

NEW BUSINESS

Jason Boldig– Bunker Repair @ Lakeshore Golf Course. Boldig presented the board with a bid to rent a mini excavator to repair the bunkers, he explained it has been years since the bunkers had been redone, causing them to not drain properly due to build up, collection of debris and slime.  Boldig request the cost of the rental to be covered by the Improvements Committee funds and they would cover the gravel, sand, tiles and labor to repair them.  Discussion followed regarding the four week quote at $3,432.00 and the time frame which should take place around the second week of November.  Vice-President Reno motioned to cover the excavator fee out of the Improvements Committee fund, Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Nicole Shoemaker- Ameren Representative.  Shoemaker requested the board’s permission to relocate the overhead 3 phase primary lines temporarily. This project would consist of installing 2-3 poles approximately 80' east of current line. If Manner's Park Board will allow for down guying, Ameren will be able to set only 2 poles, however if this will not be able to be accommodated then Ameren would need to set 3 poles. Once the mitigation at 917 S. Webster St. has been completed, Ameren will come back and relocate the line back along Webster St., this would take place March 2023. Attorney Broverman requested a written contract from Ameren in regards to the costs covered by Ameren and everything being replaced as was prior to relocation. 

 

Appoint MaryAnn Becker as IMRF Authorized Agent

Trustee Phillips made a motion to appoint MaryAnn Becker as IMRF Authorized Agent. Trustee Reno seconded the motion. Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Authorization for MaryAnn Becker as signer on all Park District accounts. Trustee Phillips made the motion for MaryAnn Becker as signer on all Park District accounts. Trustee Bragg seconded the motion. Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

                             

OLD BUSINESS

 

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent

Acting Superintendent Ben Dempsey reported staff had completed the flower beds at the entrance of Manner’s Park and in front of the office, they mowed at Manner’s and out west, have had both trucks inspected, winterized the pool and bathrooms for the season and have started hanging Christmas lights.  Also, discussed security for Christmas in the Park, taken all nets down at D.B.S.C. and repaired slide.  Dempsey informed the board the 1978 bucket truck did not pass inspection and he is getting information to rent a boom lift for high displays. Lastly, discussion followed regarding the old dodge truck, a few 4 wheelers and golf carts that are junk and just taking up space in the shed, it was decided to have them hauled away.

Office Administrator/Secretary

No report

Recreation Director

Bailey Hancock passed out the Dining Hall Events sheet for Christmas in the Park and reviewed the lineup of activities with the board. Hancock reported that on Saturday and Sunday October 1st & 2nd, she and President Marlane Miller helped to raise $1,873.32 for the skate park.  The 3rd, of October the fire extinguishers were inspected, and on Thursday the 6th, the monthly Senior Lunch was held with Chili being served.  On October 16th, Men’s Softball finished up at Complex, new is down, bathrooms closed, and the concession stand is closed.  Thursday 20th,  baseball Storm Team had a drive through dinner, Friday the 21st,  was the Kids R Kids Dance, and Saturday 22nd, Cross Country Regionals were held at Jayne’s Park.  Decoration of the Dining Hall will start once the election gear is moved out.  Hancock also stated she has started to receive display, sponsor and donation booth forms back, nine little girls have signed up for the Snowflake contest, and she is working on the security schedule, the parade float, and reminded everyone the Frisbee Golf Course will close soon for the season.   She informed the board that David Pistorius will be at next month’s board meeting to discuss the referendum, and she had the paper work from Burbach to provide support with both the fundraising and referendum at a cost of $2,600.00. 

Trustee Hancock motioned to accept Burbach help with fundraising and referendum, Trustee Greer seconded the motion. Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to accept the reports as given. Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills  

Vice-President Reno motioned to pay October monthly bills totaling $6,366.63 and

 Trustee Phillips seconded the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor. 

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Vice-President Reno motioned to go into Executive Session 5 ILCS 120/2 (C) (1), Trustee Phillips seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.  Executive Session began at 7:34 p.m. and ended at 7:48 p.m.

 

POSSIBLE ACTION ON MATTERS DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE SESSION

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, President Miller moved to adjourn at 8:49 p.m.  Trustee Phillips motioned to adjourn, Vice-President Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor. 

 

The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 28, 2022 AT 7:00 P.M. WITH THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING AT 6:30 P.M. at the Taylorville Park District Dining Hall, inside Manners Park.  Prior notice will be posted.

 

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, October 24, 2022

7:00 P.M.

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

I.     Call to Order

II.      Pledge of Allegiance

III.     Roll Call

IV.      Approval of September 2022 Minutes

V.       Treasurer’s Report / Fund Balance Report

VI.      Guests and/or Correspondence

VII.     NEW BUSINESS

            A.  Jason Boldig – Bunker repair at Lakeshore Golf Course

            B.  Nicole Shoemaker – Ameren Representative

            C.  Appoint MaryAnn Becker as Taylorville Park District IMRF Authorized Agent

            D.  Authorization for Office Administrator/Board Secretary MaryAnn Becker for        

                  signature on all Taylorville Park District Accounts

 VIII.    OLD BUSINESS

  IX.       Reports

              A.  Maintenance Superintendent

              B.  Office Administrator/Secretary   

              C.  Recreation Director

  X.        Committee Reports

              A. Finance Committee – Approval for Payment of Bills October 2022

 XI.       Executive Session – 5 ILCS 120/2 (C) (1)

 XII.      Possible Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session

XIII.    Adjournment

 

 

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, September 26, 2022 7:00 P.M.

 

The regular monthly meeting was called to order by President Marlane Miller at 7:00 p.m. with pledge of allegiance.

 

Roll Call: President Marlane Miller, Vice-President Tanya Reno, Trustees Sue Phillips, Don Bragg, Teri Greer, Jeff Hancock, Cheryl Dagon, Attorney Quinn Broverman and Secretary Lisa Morillo.

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to approve August 2022 minutes; the motion was seconded by Trustee Phillips.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Taylorville Park District

TREASURER’S REPORT

As of July 31, 2022

 

Beginning Balance  07/31/2022                                $ 1,062,552.55

                                                                           

Cash Receipts                                                                  $      92,166.65

 

Cash Disbursements                                            $     129,611.86

 

 Balance as of 08/31/2022                                             $  1,028,146.38                              

 

Taylorville Park District

FUND BALANCES

 

IMRF FUND                                                                                               $     79,930.56

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                    $     39,505.53

 

BOND FUND                                                                                             $     89,582.76

 

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM

& MUSEUM FUND                                                                                  $      48,227.33

 

Taylorville Park District                        

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                   $        7,076.19

 

POOL FUND                                                                                            $    166,084.81

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report & Fund Balances as submitted Trustee Greer seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

GUESTS

Recreational Director Bailey Hancock representing the Manners Park Pool Committee provided printouts for the pool renovations/rebuilds.  She showed where the pool was in dire need of the renovations/rebuilds.  Burbach Aquatics is the pool engineer and will also assist with community fundraising and helping with a referendum.  Bailey stated she would like to get the referendum on the April 2023 ballot. The pool renovations/rebuilds will be a $7.8 million project.  Vice-President Reno motioned to accept the design, Trustee Phillips seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

A motion was made from Vice-President Reno, that with help from David Pistorius with First Midland Bank, to work on getting a referendum on the ballot for April 2023.  Trustee Greer seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

CORRESPONDENCE

 

NEW BUSINESS

Dog Park – A private donor would like to pay for a dog park in the Park District.

After much discussion it was determined that President Miller would meet with the donor to

discuss possible locations.

Park Property – President Miller explained to the board how the Park District needed the have park properties platted and surveyed.  After discussion, it was decided they should use Brent Windell to survey and plat the properties.  Vice-President Reno motioned to have Brent Windell do the survey and plat work.  Trustee Hancock seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Lisa Morillo, Office Administrator/Board Secretary, presented the board with her resignation.

She will be relocating to Charleston, SC and thanked the board for the opportunity to work with all of them.

 

Ordinance No. 2007-5 was rescinded and Attorney Quinn Broverman created Ordinance No. 2022-3 to replace it.  Ordinance No. 2022-3 will allow non-residents of the Taylorville Park District to be retained for full-time, part-time, and seasonal employment. Trustee Phillips motioned to accept rescinding Ordinance 2007-5 and replacing it with the new Ordinance 2022-3.  Vice-President Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call voted carried the motion, all in favor.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent

Superintendent Gary Brown reported they have been mowing and weed eating.  Also, the scoreboards at Don Bragg Sports Complex are up and working.  They also cut down around 8 trees at Jaynes Park.  As of now they are working on clearing out around the pond.

Office Administrator/Secretary

Lisa Morillo reported that she was working on 3rd Quarterly Taxes and preparing everything before her last day.  Morillo also stated that the park will receive the $1,500.00 Power Grant from I Parks to offset the cost of purchases already made.

 

Recreation Director

Bailey Hancock reported that on September 3rd JFL was at the Don Bragg Sports Complex.  The 8th of September was the monthly Senior Lunch.  On September 11th the Boy Scouts had their walk and starting on the 19th there is a new workout program called WERQ hosted by Lisa Reeter.  Now on Mondays and Tuesday there will be WERQ workouts and Zumba available.  On the 14th there was a skateboard meeting and that went really well. The Skateboard Committee has a few ideas for fundraising.  One of them is to use one of the big hills in Manners Park and have Chief Wheeler come with a radar detector and see who has the highest speed.  Participants can use skates, skateboards and bikes.  The committee would like to close part of the park on this day so people can ride their bikes, skateboard or skate, with hopes of having food trucks on hand as well.  Although the committee would love to have this soon, it looks as though it may not happen till Spring of 2023. They will also be setting up at booth at Chili Fest on October 1st and 2nd

 

She is also working on Christmas In The Park with all letters ready to go out and the schedule of events almost finalized.  Hancock reported that there will be two (2) Jingle Bell Walks this year, with those being held on the 7th and 8th.  Opening day for Christmas In The Park will be December 9th with Milk, Cookies, and Magic with Santa.  There will be some new events this year such as Soup and Sandwiches with Santa, and S’mores & Stories.  Participants will make s’mores, bookmarks, and have stories read to them from members of the community, with Santa reading The Night Before Christmas to finish up.  On September 28th the United Way will be doing a drive-thru dinner under the Chautauqua.  On October 20th a travel baseball team will also be doing a drive-thru dinner under the Chautauqua. 

 

Vice-President Reno motioned to accept the reports as given. Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills  

Vice-President Reno motioned to pay September monthly bills totaling $4,590.68 and

 Trustee Phillips seconded the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor. 

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Vice-President Reno motioned to go into Executive Session 5 ILCS 120/2 (C) (1), Trustee Hancock seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.  Executive Session began at 7:52 p.m. and ended at 7:58 p.m.

 

POSSIBLE ACTION ON MATTERS DISCUSSED IN EXECUTIVE SESSION

Trustee Phillips motioned to re-hire Mary Ann Becker as Administrator/Board Secretary.  Trustee Greer seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, President Miller moved to adjourn at 8:10 p.m.  Trustee Bragg motioned to adjourn, Vice-President Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor. 

 

The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY,  October 24, 2022 AT 7:00 P.M. WITH THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING AT 6:30 P.M. at the Taylorville Park District Dining Hall, inside Manners Park.  Prior notice will be posted.

 

 

 

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, September 26, 2022

7:00 P.M.

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

I.       Call to Order

II.      Pledge of Allegiance

III.     Roll Call

IV.     Approval of August 2022 Minutes

V.       Treasurer’s Report

VI.      Guests and/or Correspondence

VII.     NEW BUSINESS

            A.  Dog Park (private donor)

            B.  Park Property

            C.  Accept resignation of Office Administrator/Board Secretary Lisa Morillo

 VIII.   OLD BUSINESS

  IX.     Reports

             A.  Maintenance Superintendent

             B.  Office Administrator/Secretary   

             C.  Recreation Director

  X.       Committee Reports

             A. Finance Committee – Approval for Payment of Bills September 2022

 XI.       Executive Session – 5 ILCS 120/2 (C) (1)

 XII.      Possible Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session

XIII.    Adjournment