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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, July 25, 2022 7:00 P.M.

 

The regular monthly meeting was called to order by Vice-President Tanya Reno at 7:00 p.m. with pledge of allegiance.

 

Roll Call: Vice-President Tanya Reno, Trustees Sue Phillips, Don Bragg, Secretary Lisa Morillo and Attorney Quinn Broverman.  Trustee Jeff Hancock arrived 5 min after meeting started. President Marlane Miller, Trustees Cheryl Dagon and Teri Greer were not present.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to approve May 2022 minutes; the motion was seconded by Trustee Hancock.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Taylorville Park District

TREASURER’S REPORT

As of May 31, 2022

 

Beginning Balance  04/30/2022                                $   813,356.06

                                                                           

Cash Receipts                                                                   $     64,344.38

 

Cash Disbursements                                            $     97,132.50

 

 Balance as of 05/31/2022                                           $   784,427.60                                          

 

Taylorville Park District

FUND BALANCES

 

IMRF FUND                                                                                               $     65,749.65

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                    $     34,570.64

 

BOND FUND                                                                                             $     35,489.37

 

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM

& MUSEUM FUND                                                                                   $       1,392.05

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                    $       4,576.19

 

  

Taylorville Park District

TREASURER’S REPORT

As of June 30, 2022

 

Beginning Balance  05/31/2022                                      $   784,427.60

                                                                           

Cash Receipts                                                                       $     50,837.21

 

Cash Disbursements                                                $     88,805.74

 

Balance as of 06/30/2022                                                $   745,113.27                                          

 

Taylorville Park District

FUND BALANCES

 

IMRF FUND                                                                                             $     65,523.51

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                  $     32,629.02

 

BOND FUND                                                                                           $     27,749.35

 

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM

& MUSEUM FUND                                                                                 $       1,392.05

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                  $       4,576.19

 

POOL FUND                                                                                           $     66,674.37

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report & Fund Balances as submitted for May and June 2022, Trustee Hancock seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

GUESTS

 

Evan Mitchell provided the board with an update on the Skateboard Park.  He reported, he had spoken to Mayor Bruce Barry at the last skateboard committee meeting about the intergovernmental agreement between the Park District and the City of Taylorville. He went on to say how the mayor has not agreed to the agreement and was stating one of the issues was with the liability insurance.  Evan explained to the board how he had raised over $13,000.00 for the skateboard park.  The skateboard committee is operating under the 501(c)3 for the Quarterback Club which Mayor Bruce Barry is the president.  He expressed his frustration with the process.  Vice-President Tanya Reno stated she wished that Evan had established his own 501(c)3 for the skateboard park but the Park District would do all it could within its means to help guide Evan through the process.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

NEW BUSINESS

OLD BUSINESS

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent

Superintendent Gary Brown reported they have been working on the pool, mowing, and painting the building on Palmer St. He also reported the roof for the Palmer St. location was complete.

 

Office Administrator/Secretary

Lisa Morillo reported that all 2nd Quarter Taxes had been filed and paid.  She also requested to move $98,000 from the General Fund Account to the Pool Account.  This money was an excess from the 2021-2022 Budget.

 

Recreation Director

Bailey Hancock reported that on June 9th was the Senior Lunch where fried chicken was served and in July they had chicken salad on croissants.  The Kids R Kids dance was held on July 22nd and June 10th.  Dinner Seasoned with Love had a free lunch at the Chautauqua Building on June 18th.  She stated that Red Bland Little League was done for the season, and that Men’s Softball is still ongoing. Also, JFL and YFL Football would be starting soon.  She reported that Day Camp was going great and the last day of camp would be August 12th with a pool party to be held that night.  With regards to the pool, Bailey stated there were two Ellis audits. For June they received a meets and for July they received an exceeds.  Swim lessons, Jr. Lifeguard, Water Aerobics, Zumba, and Pool Parties are full.  The Pool turned 60 in July and there were lots of fun activities for the community.  The last day the pool will be open to people will be August 13th and Paws in the Pool will be held on August 14th.  Lastly, she informed the board the tennis/pickle ball courts were done.

 

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

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to move $98,000 from General Fund Account to the Pool Account.  Trustee Bragg seconded the motion.  Roll call voted carried the motion, all in favor.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills. Trustee Hancock motioned to pay June monthly bills totaling $12,738.12 and Trustee Phillips second the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.  Trustee Phillips motioned to pay July monthly bills totaling $10,859.72 Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, Vice-President Reno moved to adjourn at 7:41 p.m.  Trustee Phillips motioned to adjourn, Trustee Hancock seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.  The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY,  August 22, 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, July 25, 2022

7:00 P.M.

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

I.       Call to Order

II.      Pledge of Allegiance

III.    Roll Call

IV.    Approval of May 2022 Minutes

V.      Treasurer’s Report

VI.     Guests and/or Correspondence

VII.     NEW BUSINESS

               A.  Placed on File Ordinance No: 2022-2 Ordinance Levying Necessary Taxes for

                   Fiscal Year March 1, 2022 – February 28, 2023

 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 July 2022

 XI.       Executive Session

XII.      Possible Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session

XIII.    Adjournment

 

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, May 23, 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, Secretary Lisa Morillo, Trustees Sue Phillips, Cheryl Dagon, Vice-President Tanya Reno and Attorney Quinn Broverman.  Trustee’s Don Bragg, Teri Greer, and Jeff Hancock were not present.

 

Trustee Reno motioned to approve April 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 April 30, 2022

 

Beginning Balance  03/31/2022                                $   822,897.96

                                                                           

Cash Receipts                                                                   $     66,035.33

 

Cash Disbursements                                            $     75,216.93

 

 Balance as of 04/30/2022                                           $   813,356.06                                          

 

Taylorville Park District

FUND BALANCES

 

IMRF FUND                                                                            $     65,732.29

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                 $     34,566.05

 

BOND FUND                                                                         $     39,300.23

 

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM

& MUSEUM FUND                                                               $       1,392.05

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                $       4,576.19

 

Trustee Dagon motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report & Fund Balances as submitted for April 2022, Trustee Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

GUESTS

Accountant Sheridan Pulley with Pulley, Martynowski, and Blakeman CPA’s discussed the yearly audit with the board.  He had condensed the 34 page audit report down to five pages, making it easier to cover the important highlights.  He reviewed the Balance Sheets, Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances, and General Fund Budgetary Comparison Schedule.  He showed an excess of revenue of $97,590.00 with a total revenue for the Park District for FY 2021/2022 of $1,092,295.00.  He expressed that the restructure of the Park Districts Bonds that took place in September of 2021 has saved the Park District a significant amount of money.  Also, he noted that the Personal Property Replacement Tax that comes from the State of Illinois was higher this year.  This tax is dependent on corporate taxes. 

 

CORRESPONDENCE

A sealed bid for the purchase of two slides was opened.  Dennis Atteberry bid $66.00 for the purchase of the blue slide.  Trustee Reno motioned to accept the bid Trustee Dagon seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

  

NEW BUSINESS

OLD BUSINESS

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent

Superintendent Gary Brown reported they have been working on the opening the pool, mowing, and working on ball diamonds.

 

Office Administrator/Secretary

Lisa Morillo reported that she had transferred $54,920.69 from the General Fund to the Pool Fund.  She informed the board that an interest payment of $7,754.60 was made to Peoples National Bank of Kawanee.  IPARKS had presented the Park District with a 30 year plaque.  She also explained that IPARKS has a total of $3,078.25 in various grants for the District.

 

Recreation Director

Recreational Director Bailey Hancock reported on May 9th new Christmas in the Park Displays had arrived.  On May 10th she was interviewed on the radio in regards to the summer events in the park.  On May 12th the Senior Lunch was a success, and she attended a meeting for Small Town Taylorville.  Her first staff meeting for Day Camp was held on May 19th.  She announced that there are nine returning lifeguards, 12 new lifeguards for the summer pool season, and Christine Curvey would be this year’s pool manager. She reported to the board about the Facebook posts for the Park District and how the community is accessing this form of social media for updates in the park.  Director Hancock went on the report that this year the park pool will be 60 years old.  She is working on a fundraiser for the pool so that the community can come out and support this very important event.  There will be food trucks, a 50/50 drawing, raffles, and various baskets for a silent auction.

 

Trustee 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. Trustee Reno motioned to pay May monthly bills totaling $17,097.34. Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, President Miller moved to adjourn at 7:37 p.m.  Trustee Reno motioned to adjourn, Trustee Dagon seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.  The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY,  June 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,
May 23, 2022

7:00 P.M.

 AGENDA

 

Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call

Approval of April 2022 Minutes

Treasurer’s Report

Guests and/or Correspondence

 

          NEW BUSINESS

         OLD BUSINESS

         Reports

              A.  Maintenance Superintendent

              B.  Office Administrator/Secretary   

              C.  Recreation Director

         Committee Reports

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

         Executive Session

         Possible Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session

        Adjournment

 

 

 

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK DINING HALL

Monday, April 25, 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, Secretary Lisa Morillo, Trustees Sue Phillips, Don Bragg, Jeff Hancock, Cheryl Dagon, Teri Greer, Vice-President Tanya Reno and Attorney Quinn Broverman. 

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to approve March 2022 minutes; the motion was seconded by Trustee Dagon. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Taylorville Park District

TREASURER’S REPORT

As of March 31, 2022

 

Beginning Balance  02/28/2022                               $   849,043.43

                                                                           

Cash Receipts                                                                 $     30,945.05

 

Cash Disbursements                                           $     58,219.25

 

 Balance as of 03/31/2022                                            $   822,897.96                                          

 

Taylorville Park District

FUND BALANCES

 

IMRF FUND                                                                                             $     69,134.79

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                 $     39,256.71

 

BOND FUND                                                                                          $     39,304.08

 

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM

& MUSEUM FUND                                                                                $      37,386.69

 

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                  $       4,576.19

  

Trustee Reno motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report & Fund Balances as submitted for March 2022 Trustee Dagon seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.  

NEW BUSINESS

The thirty (30) Day Notice for Public Inspection to Adopt FY Budget for 2022/2023

Trustee Reno motioned to accept and Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Lakeshore Golf Course Management Agreement Renewal for 3 year extension.  Trustee Reno motioned to accept and Trustee Hancock seconded the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

 

OLD BUSINESS

President Marlane Miller presented the board with a letter she composed to Mayor Bruce Barry, Evan Mitchell and Eric Bruder, in regards to the Skateboard Park.  Several issues will need to be addressed before any work can begin with the Skateboard Park. 

 

The roof bids for 112 E. Palmer were discussed.  It was decided that Jeff Scattergood Construction will be replacing the roof.  Trustee Reno motioned to accept Jeff Scattergood Construction bid and Trustee Hancock seconded the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent

Superintendent Gary Brown reported they have been working on the Jaynes Park restrooms.

They have also been working on the ball diamonds, mowing and soon will be working on the pool.

 

Office Administrator/Secretary

Lisa Morillo reported that the last payment was made to Wells Fargo for the Bobcat.  All first quarter taxes are completed.  She informed the board of the new account at CNB Bank for the pool renovation and that $10,000.00 from last FY year pool/playground improvements had been moved to that account.  With the overflow account only being FDIC insured up to $250,000.00 the extra money had been moved to the general account.   She will now be moving that money into the new pool account. She also informed the board Sarah Fixsal had been hired as part-time office help and that she was doing well in the position. Lastly, she informed the board that the yearly audit was to start on April 26, 2022.

 

Recreation Director

Bailey Hancock reported the following:  On April 1st, Halfiger Baseball Field was opened; on April 4th Red Bland Little League had their first practice; on April 16th the High School had a color run and on April 17th the Annual Easter Egg Hunt was held and there was a great turnout, despite the weather.  Also, April 19th she met with Brian Simmons from Bayer and he donated wild flower seeds for the park and recreational activities.  On April 20th the pool committee met and they are narrowing down pool designs.  April 23rd was the annual Opening Day Parade and Festivities for Red Bland Little League. 

There will be a Walk for Life on April 30th and Men’s Softball will start on May 1st.  Bailey will be on the Radio on May10th at 9:40 a.m. to talk about spring/summer events in the park.  She also stated that in-water training is all ready to go and she has 8 returning and 12 new lifeguards.  On May 12th she will be meeting with members of Downtown Taylorville to work with adding tourism and events.  The park is accepting donations for our Free Pool Passes of the 2022 Pool Season.  Bailey met with Dwayne Owens and two instructors from Lake Land College that work with the prison.  They would like to donate plants and trees grown with this program to the park.  She also discussed the old slides being sold with closed bids to be opened at the next meeting.  Lastly, the Boy Scouts of America will be having a walk for Suicide Awareness on September 11, 2022 and are requesting a large dome that the Boy Scouts own to be put up.  She wanted to bring this to the board for approval.

 

Trustee Phillips  motioned to accept bids for selling of old slides.  Trustee Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to allow the dome for the Boy Scouts.  Trustee Reno seconded the motion.  Roll call carried the motion, all in favor.

 

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

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills. Trustee Reno motioned to pay April monthly bills totaling $11,792.50. Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, President Miller moved to adjourn at 7:45 p.m.  Trustee Reno motioned to adjourn, Trustee Bragg seconded the motion.  Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.  The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY,  May 23, 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,
April 25, 2022

7:00 P.M.

 

AGENDA

 

       Call to Order

       Pledge of Allegiance

       Roll Call

      Approval of March 2022 Minutes

      Treasurer's Report

      Guest and/or Coorespondence

          NEW BUSINESS

          A.  Thirty (30) Day Notice for Public Inspection to Adopt FY Budget 2022/2023

          B.  Golf Course Management Agreement Renewal   

   OLD BUSINESS

          A.  Update on Skateboard Park

          Reports

          A.  Maintenance Superintendent

          B.  Office Administrator/Secretary   

         C.  Recreation Director

  Committee Reports

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

  Executive Session

  Possible Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session

  Adjournment