NEW WHITELAND TOWN COUNCIL
November 7, 2007
Town Council President
Councilman Noonan moves to approve the minutes of the October 16th meeting and is seconded by Councilman Harris. Vote 3 affirmative.
HARDSHIPS / ADJUSTMENTS
James Blunk, 417
Clerk-Treasurer Alspach presents a status
report on the project. She advises the
first piece of playground equipment has arrived. This equipment was ordered with the money
from the Community Foundation Grant.
Alspach adds that
Alspach met with one of the owners of the
Fieldstone Center of Indy on Monday.
They are donating the remaining rock that is needed for the water
feature as well as eight (8) limestone benches for the park. Alspach is also asking them to price a sign
Alspach invites the council to attend tomorrow night’s Proctor Park Committee meeting and adds a representative from the Pacers organization will attend to discuss upcoming fundraiser opportunities.
Milestone poured the parking lot on Monday.
Marshal Stephenson states they had 771 trick-or-treaters at the Police Station this year. The Fire Department also hosted trick-or-treating at the Fire Station. Stephenson adds some of our officers were out on foot patrol during the trick-or-treat hours and received many positive remarks from the citizens. This is a great community event for the residents and for the Police Department.
Marshal Stephenson thanks the council members who attended the annual inspection at the Police Station. Councilman Perrin states the officers did a great job detailing their cars. Perrin notes that there are some pictures of these events on the town’s web site.
CPCSC Traffic Detail Request
Marshal Stephenson states that he and Whiteland’s Town Marshal met with Dr. Coopman to discuss the request for traffic officers on US 31 before and after school. Marshal Niemann performed a traffic survey as the school is in his town’s jurisdiction. Niemann reported his findings back to Dr. Coopman and the issue has been resolved. We will not be providing traffic officers on US 31.
November 6, 2007
C.P. Morgan Industrial Ground on
David Morgan contacted
Attorney Robbins presents the ordinance adopting the town code revisions and identifying the penalty changes on first reading. Member Harris moves to adopt Ordinance 2063 and is seconded by Member Noonan. Vote 3 affirmative. This item will be placed on the agenda for the November 20th meeting. Upon final passage it will require publication.
Clerk-Treasurer Alspach reads the transfer ordinance in it’s entirety on first reading. Motion by Councilman Noonan to approve with a second by Councilman Harris. Vote 3 affirmative.
Clerk-Treasurer Alspach asks about a special meeting to adopt the ordinance on final reading. The transfers need to be approved as a couple of accounts are in the red. The MVH transfers will be necessary to pay the Milestone paving invoice that is on tonight’s docket. Council directs Alspach to hold Milestone’s check until after the next meeting. This item will be placed on the agenda for the 20th as well.
Clerk-Treasurer Alspach reads the temporary loan ordinance in it’s entirety on first reading. Motion by Councilman Noonan to approve with a second by Councilman Harris. Vote 3 affirmative.
Clerk-Treasurer Alspach asks about a special meeting to adopt the ordinance on final reading. Council directs Alspach to place this item on the agenda for the 20th as well.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Being no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:35 p.m.
Maribeth Alspach, Clerk- Treasurer