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2010-05-21 / General Stories

From the Mayor’s Desk

by Robert Willrich, Sr.

The Lexington City Council met in regular session on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010, at 6:00 p.m., at the Woodson Community Center.

Present was Mayor Robert, Sr., Councilpersons Tony Tavary, Tim Brown, Greg Langehennig, Lori Barnikow and William Langehennig.

Mayor Robert Willrich, Sr. brought the meeting to order and welcomed the guests. . Citizen input.

(1) Lloyd Davis – spoke to the Council about school buses going 50 plus miles an hour on Shaw Street. Something needs to be done. . Lori Barnikow made the motion to approve the minutes for April 14th & 28th, 2010. Tim Brown seconded the motion. Vote 5 for. . Lori Barnikow made the motion to pay bills for the month of April 2010. Tony Tavary seconded the motion. Vote 5 for. . Tony Tavary made the motion to sell the 1938 maintainer. Tim Brown seconded the motion. Vote 4 for. Vote 1 against. (Greg Langehennig) . Tim Brown made the motion to approve the changes on the contract with Blue Water/Cross Country made by Blue Water/ Cross Country Attorney. Tony Tavary seconded the motion. Vote 4 for. Vote 1 against. (Greg Langehennig) . The City Council went into executive session at 6:18 p.m. with the City Attorney to discuss the issues on existing water taps.

The City Council reconvened into public session at 6:37 p.m. to take action for Tommy Hart to use existing water tap.

Tony Tavary made the motion to allow Legal Council to redraft existing ordinance to allow the moving of existing water meters but no new waters meters may be installed outside city limits as of the date of the existing ordinance. Tim Brown seconded the motion. Vote 5 for . Tim Brown made the motion to approve the financial report. Lori Barnikow seconded the motion. Vote 5 for.

Lori Barnikow made the motion to approve the budget report. Tim Brown seconded the motion. Vote 5 for.

Tim Brown made the motion to approve the police report. Tony Tavary seconded the motion. Vote 5 for. . Tim Brown made the motion to adjourn. Greg Langehennig seconded the motion. Vote 5 for. Adjourned at 6:44 p.m.

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