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REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING APRIL 1, 2013

The regular meeting of the Spring Valley City Council was held in the City Hall Council Chambers and
called to order by Mayor Cliff Banks at 7:00 p.m. with the following Aldermen answering present to the
roll call: Michael Richetta, Charles Hansen, Thomas Nesti, Jack Narczewski, Walter Marini, James
Taliano and Richard Fusinatto. Absent: Daniel McFadden. 7 present. 1 absent.

All joined in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.
The following report was received and placed on file:
1. Economic Director's report
#12130 Moved by Alderman Narczewski and seconded by Taliano that we dispense with the reading
of the minutes of the last regular meeting and approve them as presented. Aye votes: Richetta,
Hansen, Nesti, Narczewski, Marini, Taliano and Fusinatto. 7 ayes. Motion carried.
Mayor Banks reported Superintendent Schultz has been using the new camera, Paul Yerly will be taking
down the front wall of the old Circus bar and putting in a new one, Yerly will also be presenting a
drawing of a handicapped ramp he would like to put in front of his building at a future meeting.
Chief Sangston reported he has received a matching grant in the amount of $3100.00 to be used for body
armor. Sangston noted the matching balance will come from the drug asset account.
Superintendent Schultz reported he received the camera equipment one week ago and has checked about
half a dozen sewers and found some issues and some sewers with nothing wrong. Schultz thanked the
council for approving the purchase.
Economic Director Ladgenski reported so far 95 walleye bucks have been spent in Spring Valley.
Larry Good from Chamlin & Associates gave an update on the extras (stone cap on berm and removal of
trees and brush) for the IKE grant project noting the project manager feels both are legitimate projects but
they need to be put out for bid.
#12131 Moved by Alderman Nesti and seconded by Fusinatto that we authorize Chamlin & Associates
to accept bids for the additional work on the IKE grant project. Aye votes: Richetta, Hansen,
Nesti, Narczewski, Marini, Taliano and Fusinatto. 7 ayes. Motion carried.
Larry Good asked what the progress is for meeting with the railroad and corps regarding permits for the
long term control plan. Mayor Banks noted he will be meeting with both next week.
Engineer Kusek gave an update on various projects (report attached).
Fire Chief Bogatitus noted the fire truck referendum is on the April 9, 2013 ballot and asked the council
on behalf of himself and the fire department for their support by voting yes.
The following list of bills was presented, a copy of which was given to each Alderman 48 hours prior to
the meeting:
#12132 Moved by Alderman Richetta and seconded by Fusinatto that we dispense with the reading
of the bills, approve them as presented and warrants be drawn for same. Aye votes: Richetta,
Hansen, Nesti, Narczewski, Marini, Taliano and Fusinatto. 7 ayes. Motion carried.
The following petitions (2) were received for consideration:
1. Pat Hockings — special use permit for an indoor shooting range at 221 W Dakota St.
May 4, 2013
2. SV Lions Club Candy Day
The Hockings petition for special use permit has been referred to the Planning Commission for
consideration and recommendation.
#12133 Moved by Alderman Taliano and seconded by Nesti that we dispense with the reading of
SV Lions Club petition and approve it as presented. Aye votes: Richetta, Hansen, Nesti,
Narczewski, Marini, Taliano and Fusinatto. 7 ayes. Motion carried
The following communications (5) were received and placed on file:
1. Use Tax (December)
2. Utility Tax (February)
3. IKE Grant
4. IKE Grant
5. IV Fine Arts — donation request

10,779.44
38,647.58
6,301.50
209,226.60

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#12134 Moved by Alderman Hansen and seconded by Narzcewski that we approve a donation to the
IV Fine Arts in the amount of $100. Aye votes: Richetta, Hansen, Nesti, Narczewski, Marini,
Taliano and Fusinatto. 7 ayes. Motion carried
Alderman Nesti reported that he and Alderman Hansen went to talk to Dr. Condon about trees he wanted
cut and Condon only had concern about one tree which Nesti felt may be on state right of way.
Superintendent Schultz noted he has already cut down some of the trees which were all planted by the
city. He will go back and cut down the final tree that Condon requested.
#12135 Moved by Alderman Richetta and seconded by Hansen that we approve an ad in the News
Tribune for the 2013 Community Review progress addition in the amount of $195.00.
Aye votes: Richetta, Hansen, Nesti, Narczewski, Marini, Taliano and Fusinatto. 7 ayes.
Motion carried.
#12136 Moved by Alderman Taliano and seconded by Fusinatto that we adjourn. Aye votes:
Richetta, Hansen, Nesti, Narczewski, Marini, Taliano and Fusinatto. 8 ayes.
Motion carried.
Adjourn: 7:20 p.m.

Rebecca L. Hansen, City Clerk

Spring Valley
Engineer's Report
April 1, 2013








EPA Violation Notice for water issues: no responce from EPA
Water Treatment Plant: no report
Safe Routes to School: no report

Siren: waiting for ground surface to be more favorable to getting equipment to the siren site.
7th Street: I spoke to the contractor about coming back to take care of trench settlement and do
the final restoration and seeding as soon as ground conditions allow.




Route 89 Bridge: met with John Schultz, prepared responce and submitted to IDOT
Waste Water Treatment
o
o

IEPA pre-application for loan assistance submitted to agency

o

Work progresses on the Facility Plan which is the document needed my IEPA to provide
funding for any work at the treatment plant

o

We have collected the information necessary to evaluate the City's eligibility for grant
funding for blowers and diffusers and are working to prepare documentation for the grant
application from the Illinois Clean Energy Foundation.

All of the adjacent land owners to the west interceptor have been notified of upcoming
work

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