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The Shelbyville Board of Aldermen met Monday, April 5.
A memorandum of agreement contract was sent into the State Historic Preservation Office and Department of Economic Development for the demolition grant. The agreement is for three houses they have flagged as having historical features.
The city will develop pamphlets providing information on each property and their historical significance.
City Clerk Gina Mesmer attended a meeting on the American Rescue Plan for stimulus money the city will be receiving. Shelbyville is supposed to receive $94,490. Half of the money will be distributed in May 2021 and the rest a year later.
There will be guidelines on what the money can be spent on.
City employee Nathan Minear passed his test for the water license. Alderman Jerry Myers made a motion to give Minear a pay increase of $0.25 cents an hour.
When Minear receives his sewer license, he will receive a $0.50 cent increase in pay. Alderman Paul Sulser seconded the motion. Motion passed.
MoDot sent an e-mail with preliminary plans to put in a sidewalk in Shelbyville in November 2021.
The minutes and bills were approved.
The next meeting will be Monday, May 3.