Redevelopment Commission 06/28/2018

The Charlestown Redevelopment Commission met for a regularly scheduled meeting and advertised public hearing on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 9:00 am. Following is a summary of the meeting with full audio at the end:

  1. Call to Order/Pledge of Allegiance – led by Eric Vaughn
  2. Determination of a Quorum and Roll Call – In attendance were John Spencer, Ted Little, Eric Vaughn, and Bob Hall. George Roberts was absent.
  3. Approval of Minutes from previous meeting, current claims, and payroll allowance docket from 05/20/2018 to 06/23/2018 considered in one motion.
    • Motion to approve made by John Spencer
    • Seconded by Eric Vaughn
    • No Discussion
    • Unanimous approval
  4. Ordinances and Resolutions – Resolution No. 2018-R-6 – “A Resolution Confirming the Resolution of the Charlestown Redevelopment Commission (NCCH)” – Jon Anderson, Tax Credit Finance Attorney for the North Clark Community Hospital, was present to speak on behalf of the hospital for this public hearing regarding the agreement to create a TIF district that encapsulates the hospital property and provides a bond to the hospital for final renovation of the property. These issues were previously brought before the Redevelopment Commission on April 12, 2018 (available HERE) and the City Council on May 7, 2018 (available HERE). No members of the public spoke in favor or against the resolution.
    • Motion to approve made by Ted Little
    • Seconded by John Spencer
    • No discussion
    • Unanimous approval
  5. Adjournment
    • motion to adjourn made by Eric Vaughn
    • seconded by Ted Little
    • Unanimous approval

Full audio (3:31) available here: 

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Author: Treva Hodges

Resident of Charlestown, Indiana. Advocate.

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