Common Council Meeting 06/03/2019

City-NEws-e1455073509249The Charlestown Common Council met for a regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, June 3, 2019 at 6:30 pm. Following is a summary of the meeting with audio available at the end (6:13). 

  1. Call to Order/Pledge of Allegiance led by Chris Spencer, recent graduate of Purdue University.
  2. Invocation led by: LC McCawley of the Charlestown Church of God
  3. Determination of a Quorum and Roll Call: Members present were Ted Little, Brian Hester, Mike Vaughn, Tina Barnes, and JT Cox. Also in attendance were Mayor Bob Hall, Clerk Treasurer Donna Coomer, and city attorney Michael Gillenwater.
  4. Approval of the evening’s agenda, prior meeting’s minutes, current claims, and payroll allowance docket 05/12/2019 to 06/01/2019 combined into one motion for consideration.
    • Motion to approve made by Brian Hester
    • Seconded by JT Cox
    • No Discussion
    • Unanimous Approval *Initial vote repeated after an error on the first vote
  5. Mayor’s update
    • Police department should be turned over to the city at the end of the month and they are planning tours over the period of a week.
    • Founders Day is June 21-22
    • Parks in Heritage Place and Ashley Springs will be finished by the end of the month. They are still working on lots in Danbury Oaks and Woodford Farms.
    • Renaissance Project is set to close on Friday, June 7. They hope to break ground late July or early August.
    • At this point there is nothing planned for the second meeting of the month.
  6. Adjournment
    • Motion to adjourn made by JT Cox
    • Seconded by Brian Hester
    • Unanimous Approval

Audio available here:

Author: Treva Hodges

Resident of Charlestown, Indiana. Advocate.

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