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City of Moline City Council met January 14

By Rock Island Today Reports | Feb 14, 2020

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City of Moline City Council met Jan. 14.

Here is the minutes provided by the council:

Council Meeting: The City Council meeting came to order at 7:41 p.m. The Council met in regular session in the Council Chambers at City Hall.

Pledge: The Council and audience recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Invocation: There was no Invocation.

Roll Call: Roll call was taken with Mayor Acri, Aldermen Williams, Parker, Wendt, Potter, Moyer, Schoonmaker, Waldron and Berg present. Absent: None.

Items on Consent:

Approval of Minutes

Committee-of-the-Whole and Council meeting minutes of January 7, 2020, and appointments made during Committee-of-the-Whole on January 14, 2020.

Resolutions

1. Council Bill/Resolution 1003-2020

A Resolution authorizing approval of Change Order #1 with Walter D. Laud Inc. for Project #1312, 10th Avenue Reconstruction, in the amount of $11,419.85.

Omnibus Vote: Alderman Parker, seconded by Alderman Berg, moved to approve and adopt, by omnibus vote, these items. Motion carried on roll call with the following vote: ayes: Aldermen Williams, Parker, Wendt, Potter, Moyer, Schoonmaker, Waldron and Berg; nays: none.

Items Not on Consent:

Second Reading Ordinances

2. Council Bill/General Ordinance 3001-2020

An Ordinance amending Chapter 34, “WATER AND SEWERS,” of the Moline Code of Ordinances, Section 34-2139, “WASTE OF WATER,” pertaining to the City’s sewer use ordinance, by amending its current text to subsection (a) and enacting one new subsection (b).

Adopted: Alderman Parker, seconded by Alderman Wendt, moved to adopt Council Bill 3001-2020. Motion carried on roll call with the following vote: ayes: Aldermen Williams, Parker, Wendt, Potter, Moyer, Schoonmaker and Berg; nays: Alderman Waldron.

Resolutions

3. Council Bill/Resolution 1004-2020

A Resolution authorizing the Community and Economic Development Department, on behalf of the City of Moline, to apply to the Illinois Housing Development Authority (“IHDA”) for an Illinois Affordable Housing Trust Fund Single Family Rehabilitation (SFR), Round 3 with Roof Only Option (SFR-R) and Disaster Contingency Award (DCA) Grant in the amount of $435,000; and authorizing City staff to do any and all things necessary to apply to the Illinois Housing Development Authority (“IHDA”) for an Illinois Affordable Housing Trust Fund Single Family Rehabilitation (SFR), Round 3 with Roof Only Option (SFR-R) and Disaster Contingency Award (DCA) Grant.

Approved: Alderman Parker, seconded by Alderman Wendt, moved to adopt Council Bill 1004-2020. Motion carried on roll call with the following vote: ayes: Aldermen Williams, Parker, Wendt, Potter, Moyer, Schoonmaker and Waldron; abstention: Alderman Berg as a member of the IHDA board; nays: none.

First Reading Ordinances

4. Council Bill/General Ordinance 3002-2020

An Ordinance amending Chapter 4, “ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR,” of the Moline Code of Ordinances, by amending Sections 4-3302 to 4-3307, 4-3309, 4-3310 and 4-3315, regarding the retail sale of single serving containers of certain alcoholic liquors.

5. Council Bill/Special Ordinance 4001-2020

A Special Ordinance authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute and attest to a Consent Agreement between the City of Moline and USCOC of Greater Iowa, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, to permit a modification of equipment on City-owned property located at 1531 17th Avenue, Moline.

Council, Staff and Citizen Comments:

Alderman Waldron praised the integrity and dedication of Parks Recreation Director Lori Wilson. Wilson will retire on Friday, January 17, 2020, after 29 years with the City. Waldron shared the impact of Wilson’s ‘quality of life’ perspective.

Mayor Acri reported that the State of the City Address will be held on May 4, 2020.

Alderman Berg shared that she rode along on a City snowplow last weekend, visiting pockets of the City that she had never seen before. She stated that it was very neat to see what these employees do, and Mayor Acri acknowledged their good work in keeping our streets clear.

Mayor Acri adjourned the Council meeting at 7:52 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled City Council meeting is on January 21, 2020.

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