City To Send Letters Regarding Junk Cars, Frames
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The City of Shelbyville met in regular session on Tuesday, July 6. Present were Mayor Mike Vanskike, Aldermen Jerry Myers, Rob Southers and Paul Sulser. City Superintendent Randy Shores, City Clerk Gina Mesmer and city employee Nathan Minear.
The board reviewed the quarterly budget.
The financial statement was reviewed and approved for publication.
The demolition project should start moving forward with the asbestos removal. Mesmer went to a meeting on the American Rescue Funds.
There was discussion on getting a hearing impaired sign that a resident requested. The city will look into the sign and purchase.
A letter will be sent out to residents with junk cars and frames.
Water testing and monitoring has been done seven day a week. Shores and Minear are getting paid for 30 minutes per day on weekends and it takes an hour. Southers made a motion for the employees to receive compensation for an hour and Myers seconded. The motion passed.
Mayor Vanskike discussed crop planes landing at the airport.
The meeting adjourned at 6:32 p.m.