Common Council Meeting 05/13/2019

City-NEws-e1455073509249The Charlestown Common Council met for a rescheduled meeting on Monday, May 13 at 6:30 pm. Following is a summary with full audio of the meeting: 

  1. Call to Order/Pledge of Allegiance – led by Christopher Early who is collecting money for the Crusade for Children.
  2. Invocation – led by Neyland McClelland from the North Charlestown Church of God
  3. Determination of a Quorum and Roll Call – Members present were Ted Little, Brian Hester, Mike Vaughn, Tina Barnes, and J.T. Cox. Also in attendance were Mayor Bob Hall and Clerk Treasurer Donna Coomer
  4. Approval of Agenda
    • Motion to approve made by Brian Hester
    • Seconded by Ted Little
    • No Discussion
    • Unanimous approval
  5. Approval of prior meeting’s minutes, current claims, and payroll allowance docket 03/31/2019 to 05/11/2019 combined into one motion for approval
    • Motion to approve made by Ted Little
    • Seconded by Mike Vaughn
    • No Discussion
    • Unanimous approval
  6. No legislative business
  7. Mayor Hall’s update
    • Police station construction is moving along and they anticipate completion in June or July
    • Renaissance Project I plans to break ground in June or July.
    • Neighborhood parks – excavation has begun in Ashley Springs and Heritage Place. Equipment has been delivered.
    • Street paving – all bids have been received and will be addressed at the next Board of Public Works meeting. Paving will be completed in 90 days from the acceptance of the bid.
  8. Adjournment
    • Motion to adjourn made by J.T. Cox
    • Seconded by Ted Little
    • Unanimous approval

Audio here: (5:17):

Author: Treva Hodges

Resident of Charlestown, Indiana. Advocate.

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