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Councilman Monohan made a motion to accept T&C’s bid with the intention of adding a change order. The motion was seconded by Councilman Weiter.

 

Upon vote:  (5-0) the motion was approved.  Councilmen Wissing, Nay and Flynn were absent and unable to vote.

 

Accounting Software

 

Mayor Bowling asked the council for permission to move ahead with the modernization of the accounting system at City Hall.  The current software is dated and has too many limitations.  We have located a CPA who is an accounting consultant.  Her name is Nancy Stearman and she has presented a proposal.  Permission was granted to move forward so that the council can review her recommendations in the coming months.

 

St. Matthews Little League

 

Mayor Bowling directed the council members to a packet of information regarding the St. Matthews Little League. The materials were supplied by Bo Phillips upon the request of Mayor Bowling.  Mr. Phillips, as a representative of St. Matthews Little League, is asking the council to approve $5,000 to go towards the wish list provide in the packet of materials.  They want to renovate the press box; want to replace fencing around defined areas and need a new warming track.  The $5,000 donation will go towards the expenditures associated with these upgrades.  Councilman Monohan made a motion to approve an expenditure of $5,000 to St.  Matthews Little League.  The motion was seconded by Councilman Schade.

 

Upon vote:  (5-0) the motion was approved.  Councilman Flynn, Wissing and Nay were absent and unable to vote.

 

COMMITEE REPORTS

 

  • Councilman Monohan gave an update to the council on the stream restoration project.  The stabilization of the creek banks will need to be in the 2012-2013 budget cycle.  The bid will probably need to go out in January as pencils can sometimes be a little sharper in the winter months.
  • Councilman Schade she is ready to finish the 2nd floor City Hall redecorating project whenever the Public Works employees are ready for indoor work.

 

 

Council Meeting Minutes

November 22, 2011

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  •  Councilman Tonini said he had been notified of 2 officer retirements at the end of the year.  They will be looking at some movement in the department with these

retirements.  On another subject, Detective Harvey Hunt and Officer Doug Curtis will receive awards on December 14, 2011 at the Community Pride Breakfast.  For some time, Detective Hunt studied photos, worked with the FBI, Jeffersonville police and Louisville Metro Police in order to resolve a stream of bank robberies in Jefferson County.  In November the fruition of his work came to a crescendo as the two robbers were captured.  In a separate incident, Officer Doug Curtis spotted a bank robbery suspect in the Dutchman’s Lane area.   Because of his foresight, he anticipated the robber’s movements and was able to apprehend the suspect.  Both officers will be honored for their professional accomplishments.  Councilman Tonini then updated the other councilmember’s that the St. Matthews Area Business Association (SMABA) obtained funding through another source and is hosting a St. Matthews Trolley Hop.  The trolley will run in the vicinity of Chenoweth Plaza and Burdorf’s on Black Friday and a couple of Saturday’s in December.

 

 

 

DECEMBER MEETING DATE

 

Councilman Tonini made an emergency motion to add to the agenda discussion on the December council meeting dates.  The motion was seconded by Councilman Weiter.

 

Upon vote:  (5-0) the motion was approved.  Councilman Nay, Flynn and Wissing were absent and unable to vote.

 

Councilman Tonini asked the council to consider cancelling the 2nd December meeting date.  Normally the 2ndmeeting is held the 4th Tuesday in December.  The date in 2011 being December 27 and so close to the holiday, we routinely do not meet that close to Christmas.  Councilman Tonini then made a motion to cancel the December 27, 2011 meeting date.  The motion was seconded by Councilman Schade.

 

Upon vote:  (5-0) the motion was approved. Councilman Nay, Wissing and Flynn were absent an unable to vote.

 

 

 

 

 

Council Meeting Minutes

November 22, 2011

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EXPENDITURES

 

Councilman Tonini made a motion to approve the expenditures listed and that checks are drawn on the City’s Treasury in the amount of $116,525.76.  The motion was seconded by Councilman Weiter.

 

Up vote:  (5-0) the motion was approved.  Councilman Wissing, Flynn and Nay were absent and unable to vote.

 

 

ADOURNMENT

 

Councilman Tonini made a motion to adjourn.  The motion was seconded by Councilman Weiter.  All being in favor, the motion carried and the meeting adjourned at 7:43 p.m.

 

Bills November 22, 2011
BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE MAYOR DRAW WARRANTS on the City Treasury,
counter-signed by the City Clerk authorizing payment of the below listed invoices:
ADP $646.85
Accustical & Drywall $88.96
Allied Ready Mix $1,885.05
Anthem $51,516.37
Ashland $324.44
AT&T $220.57
B&K Printing $321.95
Batteries Plus $365.49
Beck PC $112.50
Central Office Supply $45.32
Clark Co. Sheriff’s Office $300.00
Criss Cross Directories, Inc. $528.00
Cundiff Electric, Inc. $9,000.00
Davis Electronics Company, Inc. $140.00
Delta Dental $3,841.47
Evans Small Engine Repair $194.92
Galls $648.80
Grainger $119.83
Gulf States Distributors $128.95
Hasler $85.00
HDR $10,094.87
J.R. Hoe & Sons, Inc. $2,384.00
Karem’s Deli $600.00
Leonard Brush and Company $574.29
Lexis Nexis $110.00
LG&E $790.53
Louisville Gas & Electric $131.11
Louisville Water Company $3,478.80
Mother Earth Recycling $1,798.00
Nugent Sand Company $1,244.54
Office Depot $562.13
On-Duty Depot Louisville $322.40
Peterson Truck Center $1,839.77
Pirelli Tire LLC $395.00
Printworx $198.50
Ratz Fence Company $203.55
RCS Communications $3,490.20
RDJ Specialties $235.59
S&D Coffee Inc. $408.05
Security Systems $38.00
Siegels Uniforms $1,294.48
Suburban Towing $125.00
Treez $2,650.00
Verizon $1,207.71
Welder’s Supply $31.00
White Cap $253.92
Willis Klein $221.26
Windstream $796.12
Reimbursements/Payments
Birch, James $5,790.00
Cleary, Elizabeth $950.00
Haunz, Foster $3,000.00
Tonini, Frank – leaf collection $792.47