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Trenton Board of Trustees

April 14, 2015

Trenton, NE

REGULAR MEETING

 

A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Trenton, NE, was convened in open and public session, Tuesday, April 14 2015 at 6:30p.m. at the Village Office.  Present: Chairman Rundel, Vice-Chairman Frakes, Trustees McArthur and Poppert, Superintendent Vrbas, Clerk McKain, Deputy Clerk Heffner, Mike Bowling, Gary Carter, Kyle Drain, Larry Evans, Gus Gestenslager, Jesse Kauffman, Dave Lykins, Phil McDonald, Dean Shackelford, Merlin Shaffer, Jerry Stupka, Lesa Tines, Judy Todd and Terry Galloway by phone for the audit review. Availability of the agenda was communicated in advance notice and in the notice sent to the Chairman and Trustees of the meeting. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the meeting was open to the public.

 

Roll Call was taken at 6:30pm and quorum was verified.

 

Chairman made “Open Meeting Act” announcement.

 

Citizen Forum:  Mr. Shaffer requested the Board to consider providing permission for the 4-H kids to have a shooting range on the west side of the tree branch site.  Shaffer stated the area would be graded and a berm setup.  A motion by Frakes and second by Poppert to approved the area west of the tree branch site to be set up for shooting exercises for the 4-H kids.  Certificate of liability would be provided to the Village.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

Mr. Evans expressed a concern for his water meter, stating that the usage has been irregular and would like it to be checked.  Rundel stated that Village is in the process of replacing some meter heads due to the heads being approximately 20 years old.  Evans asked how long that would take, Rundel stated approximately one to one and one half years.

 

Mr. Drain asked on behalf of Mr. Pedersen about putting pillars and a fence on the vacated alley and what the requirements would be.  Rundel stated the thought if the pillar was on the north side of the sidewalk that it would be in the setback requirement.

 

Mr. Drain discussed an issue from last month with an incident with a dog.  Mr. Drain was upset with a village employee and how they handled the situation with animal control.  Mr. Gestenslager stated there were always excuses an no formal action.  Mr. Drain expressed concern that some village employees were not doing their job with enforcement of ordinances, as well as, maintenance of the village.

 

Mr. Gestenslager was upset with the lack of pride in town.  He stated there were several residential areas that were in bad shape and offered his time and equipment to help people clean up properties.  Specifically, Gestenslager was upset with the park having broken picnic tables, graffiti on the shelter and bathrooms, properties on main street and the old highway, as well as, on West C street.  Drain added that the village has taken a “laid back” attitude with properties that need to be cleaned up.  Drain also expressed an issue of village employees not cleaning up trash in the park or town.  Lykins stated he had no problems with people making a living, however, safety is an issue with a property on West D street.  Lykins offered his old farm truck for the property on West D street to be cleaned up.  Mr. Lykins expressed a concern for street signs that were bent or needed replaced.  Lykins asked what is the rule and who is responsible and if there are any job descriptions and wondered what a solution would be.  Rundel stated he had been trying to work with the resident on getting the property clean up; however, his efforts have not been working.  Rundel stated he was responsible for formal action taking longer than it should have.  Rundel stated that residents cannot run a junk yard out of a residential area.  The village would be moving more aggressively with clean up on properties within the village limits.  Residents asked that the village board address properties that were run down.  Poppert stated that some high school kids may be able to volunteer time for community betterment.  Rundel stated that the village board will actively pursue properties for clean-up.

 

Ms. Todd expressed concern with branches that have been laying on the ground since January 2014 that were cut to prevent issues with power lines.  Vrbas stated the branches were all picked up.  Todd disagreed and asked him to check on the issue, as all branches could not be picked up with a skid loader and required employees to get out of equipment to complete the job.  Ms. Todd stated that if she did her job half way, she would be fired.

 

Drain added that village employees should not have to be told by citizens what needs to be done, they should be able to fix streets, maintain equipment, and provide good service to citizens without being told how or when to do it.

 

Stupka inquired about the new village trash truck and what the status was on it.  Stupka expressed a concern that the truck was not a good purchase for the village with so much needing to be fixed.  Lykins asked who maintained service for the village equipment.  Rundel stated that not one specific employee was responsible for equipment maintenance.

 

Stupka asked what the chain of command was for village employees and if any board member could tell a village employee what to do.  Rundel stated that any board member may give the village employee’s projects.

 

Gary Carter with Southwestern Equipment Company addressed the board on the issues with the 2006 Condor truck purchase.  He explained that he did not believe the truck was in bad shape as he drove it from Texas to Trenton with no issues.  Gestenslager stated that he worked on the truck upon its arrival and at that time Gestenslager felt the truck had some mechanical issues that needed immediate attention, such as the brakes.  Carter expressed his apologies and offered a $1,000 out of his commission earned from the sale of the truck, as well as, SEC would match the $1,000.  Rundel thanked Carter for his time and accepted the offer of $2,000.

 

Motion made by McArthur and second by Frakes to approve agenda. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

Motion made by McArthur and second by Frakes to approve minutes of the March 10, 2015 meeting.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

Motion made by Frakes and second by McArthur to approve minutes of the March 17, 2015 meeting.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

Motion made by Frakes and second by McArthur approve treasurer’s report.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None.  Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

Utility Superintendent Reports: Electric Department: Vrbas reported that Trenton Rec has requested additional outlets by the cement slab for the band during harvest festival.  Rundel instructed Vrbas to check into providing a panel and breakers.  Water Department:  Vrbas stated that deficiency compliance report has been nearly completed.  He has addressed all concerns except a valve change at the Lee well.  He plans to have the repairs completed by April 15.  Sewer Department: Vrbas reported a resident with a sewer lift problem.  He stated the repair of the pumps was a “deal” made with a previous superintendent.  Rundel instructed Vrbas to check on the pump and report back on what it needs to be fixed.  Trash Department: Vrbas stated the free clean up day went well and six trailer loads were taken to the McCook transfer station.    Street Department: Vrbas stated he received a quote from TopKote to provide armor coating at $1.70 per sq. yard.  He stated that the company would do hills within the village.  Motion made by Frakes and second by Poppert to have TopKote do some armor coating of streets.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None.  Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.  Park Department: Vrbas stated he is waiting for Waynes’ Tree Service to remove a stump.  Vrbas will begin filling the old volleyball pit with dirt this week.  Pool Department:  Vrbas reported he will begin preparations for opening the pool.  Rundel asked about painting the pool.  Vrbas stated it had to be at least 60 degrees to paint.

 

Animal Control: Vrbas stated there were 25 cats and 167 dogs licensed within the village for the 2015 year.  There were 9 warnings for failure to license, 5 warnings for running at large, 0 citations for failure to license and 1 citation for running at large during the month of March, 2015. 

 

Village Office:  McKain reported that there were no utility deposits to be returned.  McKain stated the LONM Finance conference will be held in Kearney on June 17-19, 2015.  McKain presented information on labels for the dumpsters that Heffner had researched.  No prices were included with the information.  Rundel asked that prices for a few different labels be given.  McKain stated she had researched some apps for smartphones for the GPS location and inventory tracking on the dumpsters.  There are several apps available.  The prices for the apps range from free to $7.99.  McKain was not sure of which app would be better without further research.  McKain provided information on catch poles for animal control.  Board members did not think that a catch pole would be beneficial as many of the animals are hard to catch or get close to that are running at large.  McKain reported she had met with the Library Board with concerns of Open Meetings Act requirements not being used by the Library Board.  McKain also informed the Library Board that the Village Attorney advised her that the request for $25,000 to be transferred from the Public Library account to the Friends of the Library could not be made as state statute prohibits public funds to be placed into a private account.

 

Library:  Evans stated that the library applied for a grant and is still awaiting a final decision.

 

Unfinished Business: Rundel stated there continues to be progress on the wind turbine project.  The Aksamit group would like to meet with the board on June 15th at 6pm to review some information.  Rundel stated the Board of Health met and asked Vrbas to report on their findings.  Vrbas stated the Board of Health met and reviewed the property and had a follow-up meeting.  Vrbas stated that the Board of Health took pictures at both times.  It appeared that more items have been moved in and the property continues to be out of compliance with the nuisance ordinance.  Vrbas stated the Board of Health requests the Board of Trustees to set up a “show cause” hearing for Monday, April 27, 2015 at 6:30pm.   Motion made by Poppert and second by McArthur to set up a “show cause” hearing to begin abatement process on the property on April 27, 2015 at 6:30pm at the Village Clerk Office.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.  Rundel stated that the board members would report back to the Board of Health for at least five properties to begin nuisance notification and/or abatement.

 

Ordinance or Resolution:  Ordinance #783 was introduced by Trustee McArthur.

Motion made by Frakes and second by Poppert to suspend the statutory reading of the ordinance on three (3) separate days. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

Motion made by Poppert and second by McArthur to pass and adopt Ordinance #783 on final reading. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

ORDINANCE NO. 783

 

AN ORDINANCE VACATING A PORTION OF CERTAIN ALLEYS SITUATED IN THE VILLAGE OF TRENTON, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CHAIRPERSON AND VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF TRENTON, NEBRASKA, THAT:

 

It is to the best interest of the Village of Trenton, Nebraska, that the alleys hereinafter described be vacated; and that:

 

The following alleys be and the same hereby are vacated:

 

the Alley lying between Lots 1 through 8, inclusive, Block 39 of High School Addition and Lots 9 through 15, inclusive of Blocks 40 and 41, High School Addition to the Village of Trenton, Nebraska; and

 

The Alley lying between Lots 1 through 8, inclusive, of Block 38 of High School Addition and Block 39, and a land in limits lot being part of the NE¼ of the NW¼ of Section 12, Township 2 North, Range 33 West of the 6th P.M. (75 feet x 188 feet) abutting the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad Road right–of–way.

 

There is reserved to the Village the right to maintain,  operate, repair, and renew public utilities existing at the time title to the property is vacated there; and

 

There is reserved to the Village any public utilities, and any cable television systems the right to maintain, repair, renew, and operate water mains, gas mains, pole lines, conduits, electrical transmission lines, sound and signal transmission lines, and other similar services and equipment and appurtenances, including lateral connections or branch lines, above, on, or below the surface of the ground that are existing as valid easements at the time title to the property is vacated for the purpose of serving the general public or the abutting properties and to enter upon the premises to accomplish such purposes at any and all reasonable times.

 

Provided, that the Village retains the right to maintain, operate, repair and replace, any sewer, water, or other utility pipes, conduits, mains, and other equipment required for the maintenance or operation of any utilities situated in, on, or under said alleys or portions thereof vacated by this Ordinance.

 

Any other ordinance or section passed and approved prior to passage, approval, and publication of this Ordinance and in conflict of its provisions is repealed.

 

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, approval, and publication as required by law.

 

PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 14th DAY OF April, 2015.

 

John A. Rundel, Chairman of the Board

ATTEST:

Wendy L. McKain, Village Clerk

 

Motion made by McArthur and second by Poppert to pass and adopt Resolution 2015-04-01. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-04-01

 

WHEREAS, the Village of Trenton is a member of the League Association of Risk Management (LARM);

 

WHEREAS, section 8.10 of the Interlocal Agreement for the Establishment and Operation of the League Association of Risk Management provides that a member may voluntarily terminate its participation in LARM by written notice to termination given to LARM and the Nebraska Director of Insurance at least 90 days prior to the desired termination given to and that members may agree to extend the required termination notice beyond 90 days in order to realize reduced excess coverage costs, stability of contribution rates and efficiency in operation of LARM; and

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of LARM has adopted a plan to provide contribution credits in consideration of certain agreements by members of LARM as provided in the attached letter.

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the governing body of the Village of Trenton, Nebraska, in consideration of the contribution credits provided under the LARM board’s plan, agrees to:

Provide written notice of termination at least 180 days prior to the desired termination date, which date shall be no sooner than September 30, 2018. (180 day and 3 year commitment; 5% discount).

 

Provide written notice of termination at least 180 days prior to the desired termination date, which date shall be no sooner than September 30, 2017. (180 day and 2 year commitment; 4% discount).

 

Provide written notice of termination at least 180 days prior to the desired termination date, which date shall be no sooner than September 30, 2016. (180 day; 2% discount).

 

Provide written notice of termination at least 90 days prior to the desired termination date, which date shall be no sooner than September 30, 2018. (90 day and 3 year commitment; 2% discount).

 

Provide written notice of termination at least 90 days prior to the desired termination date, which date shall be no sooner than September 30, 2017. (2 year commitment only ; 1%).

 

Provide written notice of termination at least 90 days prior to the desired termination date, which date shall be no sooner than September 30, 2016. (90 day Notice only).

 

Adopted this 14th day of April, 2015

                                                                                    John A. Rundel

Chairman of the Board of Trustees

ATTEST:

Wendy L. McKain

Village Clerk/Treasurer

 

New Business: Terry Galloway participated with a conference call to review the audit conducted in November 2014.  Galloway provided an overview of the financial status of the Village.  He stated the village had done a great job with cash reserves and maintaining good cash flow in the departments.  He mentioned the accounts receivables have a high balance and requested the village to actively collect balances.  There are a few accounts that may need to be considered as bad debt.  Rundel asked that a listing be available at the next meeting for review.  Motion made by Frakes and second by McArthur to enter into an Interlocal Agreement with LARM. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.  Rundel stated that a review of the village property was conducted.  There were some building values were adjusted.  Motion made by McArthur and second by Poppert to sign the proclamation for sexual assault awareness month. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

PROCLAMATION

 

            WHEREAS, sexual violence affects every child and adult in Trenton, as a victim/survivor or as a family member, significant other, neighbor, employer and/or co-worker of a victim/survivor; and

 

            WHEREAS, Sexual Assault Awareness Month is intended to draw attention to the fact that sexual violence is a devastating and intolerable crime affecting all races, ages, cultures, economic situations and abilities; and

 

WHEREAS, sexual violence is a major social problem in homes, schools and communities across the nation, resulting in countless physical, mental and other health consequences; and

 

WHEREAS, no one person, organization agency or community can eliminate sexual violence on their own, but we can work together to educate our entire population about what can be done to prevent sexual violence, support victim/survivors and their significant others, help hold perpetrators accountable, and increase support for agencies providing services to victims/survivors; and

 

WHEREAS, it is important to encourage healthy, non-violent interactions and diminish aspects of society that promote and support sexual violence; and

 

WHEREAS, Sexual Assault Awareness Month provides an excellent opportunity for citizens to learn more about preventing sexual violence; and

 

WHEREAS, Domestic Abuse Sexual Assault Services is dedicated to the elimination of sexual violence through prevention and community action throughout southwest Nebraska, promoting equality, safety and respect among all individuals and helping to empower all sexual assault victims/survivors.

 

NOW THEREFORE, I, John A. Rundel, Chairperson, do hereby proclaim the Month of April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the Village of Trenton and urge the citizens of our community to help eliminate sexual violence by working together to support victims/survivors and promote social change.

 

In witness thereof I have hereunto

Set my hand and caused this seal to be affixed

 

Signed this 14th day of April, 2015

ATTEST:

Wendy L. McKain                                                                John A. Rundel

Village Clerk/Treasurer                                                       Chairman Board of Trustees

 

Motion made by Poppert and second by Frakes to sign the proclamation for Arbor Day. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

PROCLAMATION

 

            WHEREAS, In 1872 Sterling Morton proposed to the Nebraska Board of Agriculture that a special day be set aside for the planting of trees, and

 

            WHEREAS, this holiday, called Arbor Day, was first observed with the planting of more than a million trees in Nebraska; and

 

WHEREAS, Arbor Day is now observed throughout the nation and world; and

 

WHEREAS, trees can reduce the erosion of our precious topsoil by wind and water, cut heating and cooling costs, moderate the temperature, clean the air, produce oxygen and provide habitat for wildlife; and

 

WHEREAS, trees are a renewable resource giving us paper, wood for our homes, fuel for our fires and countless other wood products; and

 

WHEREAS, trees in our city increase property values, enhance the economic vitality of business areas, and beautify our community; and

 

WHEREAS, trees are a source of joy and spiritual renewal; and

 

WHEREAS, Trenton has been recognized as a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation and desires to continue its tree-planting ways.

 

NOW THEREFORE, I, John A. Rundel, Chairperson, do hereby proclaim the 24th day of April, 2015 as Arbor Day in the Village of Trenton and urge the citizens to support efforts to care for our trees and woodland and to support our village’s community forestry program, and

 

FURTHER, I urge all citizens to plant trees to gladden the hearts and promote the well-being of present and future generations.

 

In witness thereof I have hereunto

Set my hand and caused this seal to be affixed

 

Signed this 14th day of April, 2015.

 

ATTEST:

Wendy L. McKain                                                                John A. Rundel

Village Clerk/Treasurer                                                       Chairman Board of Trustees

 

Motion made by Frakes and second by McArthur to sign the proclamation for Clerks Week Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel. Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

PROCLAMATION

 

            WHEREAS, The Office of the Municipal Clerk, a time honored and vital part of local government exists throughout the world, and

 

            WHEREAS, The Office of the Municipal Clerk is the oldest among public servants; and

 

WHEREAS, The Office of the Municipal Clerk provides the professional link between the citizens, the local governing bodies and agencies of government at other levels; and

 

WHEREAS, Municipal Clerks have pledged to be ever mindful of their neutrality and impartiality, rendering equal service to all.

 

WHEREAS, The Municipal Clerk serves as the information center on functions of local government and community.

 

WHEREAS, Municipal Clerks continually strive to improve the administration of the affairs of the Municipal Clerk through participation in education programs, seminars, workshops and the annual meetings of their state, province, country and international professional organizations.

 

WHEREAS, It is most appropriate that we recognize the accomplishment of the Office of the Municipal Clerk.

 

NOW THEREFORE, I, John A. Rundel, Chairperson of Village of Trenton Board of Trustees, do hereby proclaim the week of May 3, 2015 through May 9, 2015, as Municipal Clerks Week and further extend appreciation of our Municipal Clerk, Wendy L. McKain and Deputy Clerk, Samantha Heffner, and to all Municipal Clerks for the vital services they perform and their exemplary dedication to the communities they represent.

 

In witness thereof I have hereunto

Set my hand and caused this seal to be affixed

 

Signed this 14th day of April, 2015.

 

ATTEST:

Wendy L. McKain                                                                John A. Rundel

Village Clerk/Treasurer                                                       Chairman Board of Trustees

 

Tree branch site hours were discussed.  Motion by McArthur and seconded by Poppert to add Thursday as an operational day for the tree branch site along with the transfer station for non-hazardous material from May 1, 2015 to October 31, 2015.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel Nays: None.  Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.  Discussion for Stratton to rent the two dump trailers and a driver for a clean-up day in Stratton on May 15th and 16th was made.  Motion by Frakes and seconded by McArthur to provide Stratton with two dump trailers at $50 per trailer per day plus driver’s hourly wages on May 15th and 16th.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel Nays: None.  Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.  Rundel stated that the Airport has been temporarily closed at least until July 2015.

 

Correspondence:  MAP Spring catalog 2015, El Dorado Newsletter, Groundwater Guardian – Pharmaceutical Disposal and SWNCBC Operating Grant request for letter of support.  Discussion was made and a letter of support will be generated.

Motion made by McArthur and second by Poppert to approve Operating claims except claims #37, KENO claims, and Library claims. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel.  Nays: None. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried. Motion made by McArthur and second by Frakes to approve Operating claim #37.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, and Rundel.  Nays: None. Abstain: Poppert. Absent: Neely.  Motion carried.

 

OPERATING CLAIMS:

1.    March payroll (2 pay periods).................................................................... $12,613.26

2.    EFTPS, FED (March payroll tax).................................................................. 2,977.56

3.    NE Dept. of Revenue (March payroll tax)....................................................... 358.04

4.    NE Dept. of Revenue, (March sales tax)...................................................... 3,135.57

5.    Aflac (April premiums) ....................................................................................... 32.70

6.    American Agricultural Lab (Water samples)...................................................... 16.50

7.    American Funds (March IRA contributions)..................................................... 166.64

8.    AmFirst Insurance Services (Commercial property, Add location)..................... 9.00

9.    Barnett’s Do It Center (Pool supplies).............................................................. 109.21

10.  Blue Cross Blue Shield (April premiums medical/dental).............................. 4,022.14

11.  Burger & Bennett (Potential lawsuit and resolutions).................................... 2,475.25

12.  City of McCook (Transfer station tickets)..................................................... 1,997.40

13.  Colonial Life (April premium).............................................................................. 40.48

14.  D&L Pest Control (Pest control)......................................................................... 50.00

15.  D&S Hardward (Chain for chainsaw)................................................................. 32.50

16.  Dewey, Nadine (Library Payroll)...................................................................... 206.85

17.  Evans, Larry (Library Payroll).......................................................................... 206.85

18.  Farmers Co-op (Fuel).................................................................................... 1,481.11

19.  Fastenal (shop supplies)....................................................................................... 0.18

20.  First Bankcard (Postage, Computer, Hotels, Food expenses)..................... 1,736.53

21.  Great Plains Communications (phones/internet)............................................. 381.49

22.  Heffner, Samantha (Clerks school mileage and meals).................................. 176.86

23.  Hitchcock County Treasurer ( Real estate taxes).............................................. 75.71

24.  Ideal Linen Supply (Shop towels)....................................................................... 16.78

25.  Intuit Quickbooks (Software)............................................................................ 449.00

26.  Klein’s Motor (Street sweeper parts).................................................................. 22.21

27.  Lang Diesel (#23 parts)..................................................................................... 161.35

28.  League Builders Supply (wire)............................................................................ 17.99

29.  Lifetime Benefit Solutions (April Vision Ins)........................................................ 69.89

30.  MNB (March IRA contribution)......................................................................... 413.68

31.  McKain, Wendy (Clerks academy mileage).................................................... 157.55

32.  Michael Todd (Conv. Poly Refill for #11A)........................................................ 67.90

33.  Municipal Supply (clamps, gate valves)........................................................ 4,722.83

34.  National Insurance Services (March Life & LTD premium)............................... 25.56

35.  NE Rural Water Assoc. (Jared water conf.).................................................... 375.00

36.  One Call Concepts (811 locate fees)................................................................... 8.85

37.  Poppert, Austin (Main Street Building Repairs Feb 2015)............................. 1,360.00

38.  Sargent Drilling (Efficiency tests)..................................................................... 450.00

39.  Schamel’s Auto (#8A parts, parts for mower).................................................. 143.03

40.  Scoop Media (Publications, yearly renewal).................................................... 778.23

41.  Snell Services (Back flow testing).................................................................... 563.86

42.  Southwestern Equipment Co. (#8 repairs/refuse box)................................ 82,063.66

43.  Southwest Fertilizer (propane).......................................................................... 520.60

44.  SWPPD (Purchase Power March Billing $43,372.75; Airport $51.49;

North Well $426.29; South Well $463.04)................................................... 44,313.57

45.  Top Office Products (Copier lease)................................................................... 49.95

46.  Verizon (April billing)......................................................................................... 176.32

47.  Village of Trenton (Utilities)............................................................................ 2,893.07

48.  Vrbas, Jared ( Water conf. mileage)................................................................ 378.35

49.  W Design (Superintendent fees)................................................................... 1,000.00

50.  Walmart (Office supplies)................................................................................... 48.15

 

KENO CLAIMS (Keno Checking Account): NONE

 

LIBRARY CLAIMS (Library checking account):

         L1. First Bankcard (amazon)..................................................................................... 45.04

         L2. Trenton Electric (bathroom heater)................................................................... 516.30

         L3. Paula Johnson (Labor refinish floor)................................................................. 500.00

 

Motion made by McArthur with second by Poppert to adjourn the meeting.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, Poppert, and Rundel.  Nays: None.  Absent: Neely  Motion carried.

 

With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:05p.m.

 

Special meeting will be held on April 27, 2015 at 6:30 pm in the Village Office to conduct a show cause hearing and to purchase a lift chair for the pool.

 

Next regular meeting will be May 12, 2015, at 6:30p.m. in the Village Office.

 

 

 

                                                           

John A. Rundel, Chairman

Trenton Board of Trustees

ATTEST:

 

                                                           

Wendy L. McKain, Village Clerk



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