2010-04-24 / General Stories
From the Mayor’s Desk City Council Meeting
The Lexington City Council met in regular session on
Wednesday, April 14th, 2010, at 6:00 p.m., at the Woodson
Present were Mayor Robert Willrich, Sr., Councilpersons Tony
Tavary, Tim Brown, Lori Barnikow, and William Langehennig.
Councilperson Greg Langehennig arrived at the meeting between
6:15 and 6:20 p.m.
Mayor Willrich called the meeting to order and welcomed guests.
He called for citizen input. Two people addressed the council.
(1) Linda Jo Conn spoke to the Council about changing the
speed limit on CR 326 from 20 mph to 30 mph.
(2) Tommy Hart spoke to the Council about what has been done
to change the policy on water taps outside the city limits.
Tim Brown moved to approve the minutes for the March 10,
2010 meeting. Lori Barnikow seconded. The vote was 4 for.
Tony Tavary moved to pay the bills for the month of March
2010. Tim Brown seconded. The vote was 5 for.
Sherry Zgabay spoke to the Council about the Lee County Relay
for Life being held at Lexington Independent School District this
year. Everyone is encouraged to participate to make this a big
Lori Barnikow moved to table action to install a water meter for
Adam Retzlaff until Brian has a chance to look into the location of
the request. Tim Brown seconded. The vote was 5 for.
Tim Brown moved to approve the election officers for the 2010
City Election. Greg Langehennig seconded and the vote was 5 for.
Early Voting Judge - Pam Cox
Early Voting Clerk - Candace Walch
Election Judge - Ronnie Bryan
Alternate Judge - Artis Poston
Election Clerk - Dorothy Schimank
Election Clerk - Vicki Martin
Tim Brown moved to renew banking contract with Round Top
State Bank. Lori Barnikow seconded and the vote was 5 for.
Tim Brown moved to open City Hall from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
on April 26 and May 3, 2010 for Early Voting. Tony Tavary seconded
and the vote was 5 for.
Tim Brown moved to take no action on a bid to rework the
sidewalk on the west side of City Hall. Greg Langehennig seconded
and the vote was 5 for.
Tim Brown moved to dispose of the 1938 model maintainer at
the City’s discretion. Tony Tavary seconded. The vote was 4 for
with one abstention. (Greg Langehennig)
Tony Tavary moved to approve the financial report. Tim Brown
seconded and the vote was five for.
Lori Barnikow moved to approve the budget report. Tony Tavary
seconded and the vote was 5 for.
Tim Brown moved to approve the police report. Lori Barnikow
seconded the motion. Vote was 5 for.
Tim Brown moved to adjourn. Tony Tavary seconded, the vote
was 5 for and the meeting adjourned at 7:08 p.m.