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Board of Trustees
Meeting Notices 2018 Year


2018 Board of Trustees Regular Monthly Meeting Dates
Monday, January 22, 2018
Monday, February 26, 2018
Monday, March 26, 2018
Monday, April 23, 2018
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Monday, June 25, 2018
Monday, July 23, 2018
Monday, August 27, 2018
Monday, September 24, 2018
Monday, October 22, 2018
Monday, November 26, 2018
Monday
, December 17, 2018 @ 3:00 p.m.


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.

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF AUDIT REPORT

OF TAYLORVILLE PARK DISTRICT

Taylorville Community Pleasure Driveway & Park District hereby provides public notice that an audit of its funds for the period March 1, 2016 through February 28, 2017 has been made by Pulley, Martynowski and Blakeman, and that a report of such audit dated May 24, 2017 has been filed with the County Clerk of Christian County, in accordance with 30 ILCS 15/0.01 et seq.  The full report of the audit is available for public inspection at the Taylorville Park District administrative office inside Manners Park during regular business hours 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday except for holidays.

                                                         Taylorville Community Pleasure Driveway & Park District

                                                         By:  MaryAnn Becker, Secretary

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AGENDA

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

MONDAY, JULY 23, 2018

7:00 P.M

 

AGENDA

 

 

 

                     A. Thirty (30) Day Notice for Public Inspection of Levying Necessary Taxes for Fiscal Year March 1, 2018

                          –  February 28, 2019

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

MONDAY, JUNE 25, 2018

7:00 P.M.

 

 

AGENDA

 

                  A. Taylorville Sanitation District – Regarding Southeast Force Main Project.

                  Jeff Large, Project Manager Crawford, Murphy & Tilly.

                  A.  Adopt Ordinance No. 2018-3 Notice of Christian County Prevailing Wage Rate.

 

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2018

7:00 P.M.

 

AGENDA

 

                    A. Pulley, Martynowski & Blakeman – Annual Audit Report for Fiscal Year Ended 2-28-17.

 

 

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2018

7:00 P.M.

 

 

AGENDA

 

 

 

TAYLORVILLE COMMUNITY PLEASURE DRIVEWAY & PARK DISTRICT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

MONDAY, MARCH 26, 2018

7:00 P.M.

 

AGENDA

 

 

MINUTES

 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

MONDAY, JUNE 25, 2018

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, Trustees Sue Phillips, Don Bragg, Misty Marucco, Kay Champley, Robert Steiner, Tanya Reno, and Attorney Quinn Broverman.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to approve the May 29, 2018 minutes, the motion was seconded by Trustee Bragg.  Voice vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT - As of May 31, 2018

*The report was tabled due to error in addition and will be voted on at the July meeting*

 

Taylorville Park District - FUND BALANCES - As of May 31, 2018

 

IMRF                                                                                                     $    35,424.46

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                $    25,818.46

BOND FUND                                                                                        $    28,222.61

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM &

MUSEUM FUND                                                                                  $    1,515.25

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                    $    4,622.20

 

OLD BUSINESS

Taylorville Sanitation District – Regarding Southeast Force Main Project – Jeff Large, Project Manager of Crawford, Murphy & Tilly and Frankie Blanchfield.   Jeff Large presented the board where the proposed replacement sanitary line would go throughout the park.  Large stated the next step would be working out the new easement request. The schedule plan is to go to the IL EPA for a permit in July, which has a 90 day review period, this would have them looking to start construction around November, but the construction will start on the west end, they would not be at the park until after December.  Attorney Quinn Broverman asked if there were any alternate routes not going through the park, Large stated they looked at other routes, but this was the only feasible one.  Broverman also inquired as to how long the park itself would be torn up and how would it look. Large said anything torn up by the contractor will be restored, trustees asked various questions and discussion followed regarding layout, easement, and options to placing the pipe.   Large also had maps showing the placement of the new line, and stated the contractor would be responsible for the safety of the project, and the blocking of all necessary roads. Questions also arose about the road ways where they will be boring to put the line. Large stated there will be a one year warranty with the contractor and anything after that would be between the Park District and the Sanitary District.  It was decided the board needed more time to discuss the proposal amongst themselves, and with legal counsel.

 

NEW BUSINESS

Adopt Ordinance No. 2018-3 Notice of Christian County Prevailing Wage Rate.  Attorney Broverman presented the current prevailing wage rate for 2018 and explained for fixed projects. Broverman, agreeing that the set wages are high, recommended the board adopt the ordinance.

Trustee Phillips motioned to adopt Ordinance No. 2018-3 Notice of Christian County Prevailing Wage rate. Trustee Champley seconded the motion. Roll call carried the motion with a vote of all in favor.

 

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent – Superintendent Gary Brown reported that staff has been busy with mowing, working on ball diamonds and upkeep/maintenance at the pool.  Lastly, Brown stated he is looking into information on bid proposals for the bottom of the pool which is in need of repairs.

Office Administrator/Secretary – In absence of Office Administrator MaryAnn Becker, Bailey Hancock shared the Cash on Hand report with the trustees, stating that the funds show a constant improvement of the overall financial health of the park, and lastly, shared that as of July 1st, there will be an inclusion of $29 Million for New OSLAD grants in the state budget, she stated that Becker had completed the pre-registration process for the state online grant application system and was currently updating the S.A.M. (System for Awards Management) registration with the federal government.

Recreation Director – Director Bailey Hancock reported on Friday, June 8th, we provided a Memorial/Funeral Dinner for the family and friends of Park District Retiree Jay Denning.  Thursday, June 14th,  Sr. Lunch was held, on the menu was hamburgers and hot dogs, Friday, June 22nd, was the Kids-R-Kids dance, Saturday, June 23rd,  the first Chautauqua Night was held from 5 – 8 p.m. the park served hotdogs, chips, cookie and water, provided 3 bounce houses and the band Home by 11 performed.  The next Chautauqua Night will be help on September 22nd; the hours will be 4 – 7 p.m., with food, bounce houses and the band Hillbilly Circus.  Monday, June 25th, Tommy O’Brian held his sports camp at DBSC, finishing up RBLL this week and Men’s softball will be playing until August 19th.  Hancock reported on the Pool front, opening day was May, 26th with 295 in attendance (largest ever since she has been here) and we finished May with a total of 1,396 people over those 6 days.  On Saturday, June 2nd, Ellis showed up for their unannounced audit, giving the pool an exceeds, swim lessons, water aerobics, water Zumba and Jr. Lifeguard are all in full swing. Lastly, she reported Day Camp started out with Welcome to Camp Week, followed by Nutrition Week where the campers made snacks and Registered Dietitian Amanda Figge gave a presentation.  They’ve enjoyed Sports week, Critters Week, with a visit from Wild Times Exotic Animals, and Art Week.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to accept the reports as given. Trustee Marucco seconded the motion. Voice vote carried the motion.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills.  Trustee Phillips motioned to pay all monthly bills totaling $ 8,897.52.  Trustee Champley seconded. Roll call carried the motion with a vote of all in favor.

 

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, Trustee Reno moved to adjourn at 7:50 p.m. and Trustee Marucco seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion.  The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY, JULY  23, 2018 AT 7:00 P.M. WITH THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING AT 6:30 P.M. at the Taylorville Park District office board room inside Manners Park.  Prior notice will be posted.

 

 

 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2018

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 MaryAnn Becker, Trustees Sue Phillips, Don Bragg, Misty Marucco, Kay Champley, Robert Steiner, Tanya Reno, and Attorney Quinn Broverman.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to approve the April 23, 2018 minutes, the motion was seconded by Trustee Reno.  Voice vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT - As of April 30, 2018

Beginning Balance 3-31-18

              PARK                                                                                       $ 688,352.03

Cash Receipts                

              PARK                                                                                       $   12,377.76

Cash Disbursements

              PARK                                                                                       $   52,554.83

Balance as of 4-30-18

              PARK                                                                                       $ 648,174.96    

 

Taylorville Park District - FUND BALANCES - As of April 30, 2018

 

IMRF                                                                                                     $    37,090.97

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                $    27,592.17

BOND FUND                                                                                        $    28,210.63

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM &

MUSEUM FUND                                                                                  $    1,514.99

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                    $    4,622.20

Trustee Reno motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report as submitted, Trustee Champley seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

CORRESPONDENCE AND /OR GUESTS

Pulley, Martynowski & Blakeman – Annual Audit Report for Fiscal Year Ended 2-28-17- Sheridan Pulley presented the board with the completed audit report for year ending 2-28-17.  He reviewed the balance sheet, statement of revenues, expenditure and changes in fund balances. Second was the general fund budgetary comparison showing the original budgeted amounts, the final amounts and the actual amounts, Sheridan highlighted that the pool received an increase of income, park salaries were under budget and the maintenance account was over budget due to unforeseen repairs.  Lastly, Sheridan reviewed the schedule of equalized valuations, tax extensions and settlements, along with restricted fund balances.

 

Trustee Marucco shared that she had a few questions regarding the ball diamonds based on posts she had read on Facebook. They stated that the diamonds are in bad condition.  Discussion followed with many board members sharing their feelings regarding the people who make these posts and final decision was they need to request to be placed on the agenda and make their concerns known to the board in person.

 

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent – Superintendent Gary Brown reported that staff had replaced three sections of concrete on the Chautauqua Building sidewalks, evening out some bad spots. staff has been busy keeping up with mowing and preparing the pool for opening day.  Lastly, Brown reported the pool is up and running, so far everything is good.

Office Administrator/Secretary – MaryAnn Becker reported she has been searching the Land Water Conservation Fund for possible grant options, busy updating all Lifeguard records and files for this season along with setting up payroll records and submitting I-9s.  Lastly, two weeping willows have been ordered, one is to replace a tree we lost last year and the second is a new memorial tree recently purchased.

Recreation Director – Director Bailey Hancock was absent so Secretary Becker reported that on Tuesday, May 8th, 400 kids attended the U of I Conservation Day, Thursday, May 10th, was Sr. Lunch with Poor Boys being served and the 6th grade choir performed.   On Wednesday, May 16th, she held the day camp staff meeting, May 18th, 19th, & 20th, training was held for 17 lifeguards, Tuesday, May 22nd was pool staff meeting, Saturday, May 26th was opening day for the swimming pool and there was 274 people in attendance.  On Monday, May 28th there were 379 people in attendance at the pool, and Tuesday, May 29th, was first day of Day Camp. Lastly, there have been a lot of Red Bland Little League games and Men’s softball.

 

Trustee Marucco motioned to accept the reports as given. Trustee Steiner seconded the motion. Voice vote carried the motion.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills.  Trustee Bragg motioned to pay all monthly bills totaling $ 13,346.51.  Trustee Phillips seconded. Roll call carried the motion with a vote of all in favor.

 

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, Trustee Champley moved to adjourn at 7:34 p.m. and Trustee Reno seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion.  The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY, JUNE  25, 2018 AT 7:00 P.M. WITH THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING AT 6:30 P.M. at the Taylorville Park District office board room inside Manners Park.  Prior notice will be posted.

 

 

 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2018

7:00 P.M.

 

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

 

Roll Call: Secretary MaryAnn Becker, Trustees Sue Phillips, Robert Steiner, Tanya Reno, Attorney Quinn Broverman and Vice President Don Bragg. President Marlane Miller, Trustees Kay Champley, and Misty Marucco were absent.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to approve the March 26, 2018 minutes, the motion was seconded by Trustee Reno.  Voice vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT - As of March 31, 2018

Beginning Balance 2-28-18

              PARK                                                                                       $ 723,457.85

Cash Receipts                

              PARK                                                                                       $    6,444.55

Cash Disbursements

              PARK                                                                                       $   41,550.37

Balance as of 3-31-18

              PARK                                                                                       $ 688,352.03    

 

Taylorville Park District - FUND BALANCES - As of March 31, 2018

 

IMRF                                                                                                     $    38,757.14

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                                $    29,355.52

BOND FUND                                                                                        $   56,049.31

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM &

MUSEUM FUND                                                                                  $    1,514.74

 

Taylorville Park District                         

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                                    $    4,622.20

Trustee Reno motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report as submitted, Trustee Phillips seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

NEW BUSINESS

Adopted Ordinance 2018-2 Annual Budget for Fiscal Year March 1, 2018 – February 28, 2019 Trustee Phillips motioned to adopt the ordinance for the budget, Trustee Reno seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows: Trustees Phillips, Reno and Vice President Bragg all voting Yea. Trustee Steiner voting Na.

 

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent – Superintendent Gary Brown reported the repairs on the Hafliger Concession Stand door were completed today, and new LED lights had been purchased and installed on the outside of the park buildings.  Brown stated he had met with Brian from B&R on Tuesday to discuss options for the pond.  Lastly, he reported that staff was in tree mode, removing trees and branches that are in bad shape and the fall zones on the playgrounds have been brought up to code, excluding the Tot Lot which has the rubber mulch. We are in the process of pricing.

Office Administrator/Secretary – MaryAnn Becker reported the First Quarter Payroll Taxes had been completed, and that she received a $264.00 refund check from the recent IPRF Workman’s Comp Audit. On April 4th, John LaBanow with IPARKS Risk Services presented the park with a plaque for being an Exemplary IPARKS member and shared that our annual premium would have a 10% discount for the next three years, saving the park over $12,600.00.  Becker shared that IPARKS has also added an enhanced coverage for trustees that includes an AD&D benefit with a principal sum of $50,000.00; this benefit is automatically included in the IPARKS Membership.  On April 4th, Becker completed the GATA webinar series for any entity applying or receiving grants in the state of Illinois.  The IPARKS Loss Control Specialist, Jason Johnson visited the park for an inspection, there were three items for correction to reduce potential liability exposure and maintenance has completed or is currently working on them.  Lastly, she reported the new preliminary IMRF Employer Rate for 2019 is 3.08% and that on April 13th she attended the annual workshop, and on April 19th she attended the CMS Health Insurance workshop.

Recreation Director – Director Bailey Hancock reported on Sunday, April 1st, the 70th Annual Easter Egg Hunt was held, it was very cold out and the turnout was ok, and on Sunday, April 8th,  the Healthy Kids Running Series kicked off, it will run a total of five weeks. She stated that on Thursday, April 12th, Sr Lunch was held with Easter Ham & Potatoes being served and next month will be Italian Beef.  Friday, April 20th, was the Kids-R-Kids Dance and Sunday, April 22nd, Bruce Barry held the 2nd Annual Community Picnic.  Hancock shared upcoming events on Saturday, April 28th is RBLL Opening Day, Sunday, April 29th, Men’s Softball kicks off and Tuesday, May 8th, is U of I Conservation Day.  Lastly, she informed the board that Day Camp is officially full with 50 campers.

 

Trustee Reno motioned to accept the reports as given. Trustee Steiner seconded the motion. Voice vote carried the motion.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills.  Trustee Reno motioned to pay all monthly bills totaling $ 18,688.31.  Trustee Phillips seconded. Roll call carried the motion with a vote of all in favor.

 

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, Trustee Reno moved to adjourn at 7:17 p.m. and Trustee Phillips seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion.  The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on TUESDAY, MAY  29, 2018 AT 7:00 P.M. WITH THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING AT 6:30 P.M. at the Taylorville Park District office board room inside Manners Park.  Prior notice will be posted.

 

 

 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES

MANNERS PARK OFFICE BOARD ROOM

MONDAY, MARCH 26, 2018

7:00 P.M.

 

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

 

Roll Call: Secretary MaryAnn Becker, Trustees Sue Phillips, Misty Marucco, Kay Champley, Robert Steiner, Tanya Reno, Attorney Quinn Broverman and Vice President Don Bragg.

 

Trustee Steiner motioned to approve the February 26, 2018 minutes, the motion was seconded by Trustee Champley.  Voice vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

TREASURER’S REPORT - As of February 28, 2018

Beginning Balance 1-31-18

              PARK                                                                                        $ 752,337.79

Cash Receipts                

              PARK                                                                                        $   14,764.78

Cash Disbursements

              PARK                                                                                        $   43,644.72

Balance as of 2-28-18

              PARK                                                                                        $ 723,457.85    

 

Taylorville Park District - FUND BALANCES - As of February 28, 2018

 

 

IMRF                                                                                        $    40,423.21

1st Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $       14,011.90

2nd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,506.72

3rd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         7,055.91

4th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,713.37

5th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,463.67

 

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND                                                    $    31,106.93

1st Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $       15,128.60

2nd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,626.75

3rd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         7,618.21

4th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,850.13

5th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $           546.06

 

BOND FUND                                                                            $   56,025.52

1st Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $       54,343.00

2nd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         5,843.06

3rd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $       27,365.51

4th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         6,644.90

5th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,961.11                                                                                                                                                                                                 

                

 

 

 

PARK DISTRICT, AQUARIUM &

MUSEUM FUND                                                                      $    1,514.48

1st Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $       14,628.48

2nd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,572.85

3rd Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         7,366.62

4th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $         1,788.75

5th Distribution 2016 Property Taxes                                                                         $            528.16

 

Taylorville Park District                       

Improvement at Lakeshore Golf Course Fund                       $    4,622.20

Trustee Reno motioned to accept the Treasurer’s Report as submitted, Trustee Steiner seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion, all in favor.

 

NEW BUSINESS

Amend Adopted Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Operating Budget – Treasurer Phillips presented the board with a copy of the amended 2018-2019 Operating Budget; she explained the IMRF & Social Security funds had not been removed from the original property tax income that the prior budget had been calculated on.  She also reviewed the three expense accounts that had been adjusted to balance out the budget for the fiscal year.

Trustee Reno motioned to adopt the amended operating budget as presented, Trustee Champley seconded the motion. Roll call vote as follows: Trustees Phillips, Champley, Reno and Vice President Bragg all voting Yea. Trustees Marucco and Steiner voting Na.

Approve Purchase of Motor for Multi-flo Wastewater Treatment System at Lakeshore Golf Course.  Secretary Becker presented the board with the invoice from Hilton Plumbing to replace the burnt out motor in the wastewater system at the golf course at a cost of $748.00.  Trustee Reno motioned to pay the invoice in the amount of $748.00, Trustee Phillips seconded the motion. Roll call vote carried the motion, all in favor.

REPORTS

Maintenance Superintendent – Superintendent Gary Brown reported staff has been working on Manners  fields and at the complex, getting everything ready to go for the start of games.  He stated the new concrete walls around the pool pit where finished and look really nice.  Vice President Bragg inquired about the newly built canopy on the back of the pit walls, Brown explained that when the new electrical box is installed the canopy will provide some protection from the elements.  Trustee Champley said she would like to commend Gary Brown and the maintenance staff for the great job they do, she stated she is out at the park often and sees their hard work, and that Gary does a great job directing the staff and getting things done.  Lastly, Brown shared he had attended his Certified Pool Operator training on March 13th and 14th and is good for the next five years.

Office Administrator/Secretary – MaryAnn Becker reminded the trustees she would be filing the Statements of Economic Interest at the courthouse and inquired to who had already individually turned theirs in.  Becker reported she attended the Taylorville TIF District Meeting with both Trustee Phillips and Recreation Director Hancock, they had a lot of their questions answered regarding how the TIF works, and that she had received a CD recording of the meeting if any trustees wanted to listen to it. She shared she attended the IParks Regional Education Workshop in Washington, IL on March 15th, and will be reviewing the handbook she received. Topics covered included Sexual Harassment Policies, HR Employer Laws, IParks Grants, Cyber Coverage, Third Party Liability, and Prevailing Wage Act.  Trustee Steiner inquired as to the type of backup the park had for its cyber records, Becker stated a flash drive back up is ran weekly and kept in a fireproof safe, he suggested getting a quote from CTI for offsite back up, as a secondary option. She will be starting the 1st Quarter Payroll Taxes this week, and has enrolled in an 8 lesson webinar on training for Grants in Illinois. Lastly, she stated next month she will be attending the Annual IMRF Authorized Agent Workshop and the CMS Benefits Choice Health Insurance Seminar, both in Springfield.

Recreation Director – Director Bailey Hancock reported the Spring/Summer flyer went out in the paper; she had a copy for the trustees to review.  On Thursday, March 8th, Sr Lunch was held with BBQ Sandwiches being served, next month will be Ham & Potatoes. On Wednesday, March 14th she attended the Taylorville TIF District Meeting, on Friday, March 16th, Kids-R-Kids Dance was held and on Thursday, March 22nd, she met with Mike at Ron’s Produce to work up a new day camp snack program. She is looking to add healthier choices such as fresh fruit, yogurt, meats and cheeses in place of items with high amounts of sugars.  Hancock stated High School baseball would start on Hafliger Field this Saturday, weather permitting, and that she was all ready for the Easter Egg Hunt this Sunday, April 1st at 2:00 P.M.  All Day Camp staff has been hired and she has only about 12 remaining spots for the camp this year.  Lastly, RBLL will be starting practice the first week of April and Healthy Kids Running Series will be starting April 8th, running every Sunday until May 6th.

 

Trustee Phillips motioned to accept the reports as given. Trustee Champley seconded the motion. Voice vote carried the motion.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Finance CommitteeApproval for Payment of Bills.  Trustee Phillips motioned to pay all monthly bills totaling $ 2,871.87.  Trustee Reno seconded. Roll call carried the motion with a vote of all in favor.

 

Trustee Reno shared a copy of the Buzz which included an article that highlighted the Chautauqua Building; it stated the Taylorville Park Districts Chautauqua Building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in January 21, 1988. It stated the Chautauqua was originally purchased from Bloomington Illinois in 1916.

 

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further discussion, Trustee Steiner moved to adjourn at 7:22 p.m. and Trustee Reno seconded the motion.  Voice vote carried the motion.  The next regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be held on MONDAY, APRIL  23, 2018 AT 7:00 P.M. WITH THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING AT 6:30 P.M. at the Taylorville Park District office board room inside Manners Park.  Prior notice will be posted.

 

Taylorville Park District

board of trustees

 

2018 Board of Trustees Regular Monthly Meeting Dates

 

                                                                                          Monday, January 22, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, February 26, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, March 26, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, April 23, 2018

                                                                                          Tuesday, May 29, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, June 25, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, July 23, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, August 27, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, September 24, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, October 22, 2018

                                                                                          Monday, November 26, 2018

                                                                                          Tuesday, December 17, 2018