The Huntley Farmside
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Consumer Business Guide Starts On Page 7 K@n ^py ^T I ^iJH ITliE Enntlri) Jarmsiiie USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1990 VOLUME 30 - NUMBER 34 OFFICE PHONE 708-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Village Board Meeting Minutes "^ Movie Making At Marlowe's The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees was held Thursday, Nov. 8, 1990 in the Board Room of the Village Hall and called to order by President Dhamer at 8:00pm. Roll noted the following present: President Dhamer, Trustees Hoeft, Wicke, Russ, Gow and Borowicz. Also attending were Village Attorney Kukla, Village Engineer Schwegel, Village Administrator Krauss and Police Chief Rossi. President Dhamer asked for action regarding the Oct. 11, 1990 Regular Meeting minutes. Motion was made by Trustee Gow, seconded by Trustee Russ, to approve these minutes and upon roll call, all ayes and motion carried. He also called for action on the Oct. 30, 1990 Special Meeting minutes. After review, a motion was made by Trustee Hoeft, seconded by Trustee Russ, to approve of these minutes and the motion carried after roll noted all ayes. President Dhamer stated that before the Regular Meeting began, he, on behalf of the Village Board, congratulated the Huntley High School Volleyball Team, who were headed for State for fmal competition. He then, in the next order of business, reappointed Mr. Charles Becker as Village Trustee, whose term will end in 1991. A motion was made by Trustee Hoeft, seconded by Trustee Borowicz, to accept the President's appointment and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye, the motion carried and Attorney Kukla swore Trustee Becker into offlce and was welcomed by the Board. The bill list as submitted by Village Administrator Krauss was then approved by motion by Trustee Wicke, seconded by Trustee Russ and roll noted all ayes, motion carrried and the Clerk was told to pay same. A listing of paid bills is attached hereto. Next, the Treasurer's Report was presented to the Board. A motion was made by Trustee Wicke, seconded by Trustee Hoeft, to accept the Treasurer's Report as written and roll noted all ayes and the motion carried. Trustee Borowicz, at this time, questioned the sale of the car that was bid and sold at last meeting. Village Administrator Krauss then reported the following: 1. 4th Street Sanitary Sewer: One of the bidders rejected at the opening of bids expressed interest to contract with the village at a lower cost. After discussion, it was decided by the Board and the Village Engineer to rebid the project in Jan. or Feb. of 1991. 2. He asked for Board's action on his Purchasing Manual submitted at last meeting. After a motion by Trustee Russ, seconded by Trustee Wicke, to adopt the Purchasing Manual, roll noted all ayes, motion carried and Mr. Krauss said it will be implemented Nov. 12, 1990. President Dhamer qualified the "petty cash" portion of the Manual noting the Collector would still handle this item as before. 3. He then asked for approval from Board by consensus to direct him to draft a letter on village letterhead to local businesses to provide funding to initiate local Chamber of Commerce, noting there will be no funding from the village and was so given. 4. He spoke regarding his two memos of Nov. 2 & Nov. 8 re NIPC Conflict Resolution Proceedings and map, which he included a copy of the Intergovernmental Agreement which spelled out terms and conditions there in. After a lengthy discussion, the Board felt the comprehensive plan should be in place before participation and will give Mr. Krauss direction regarding the Intergovern¬ mental Agreement which needs action prior to Dec. 1, 1990 at the next Committee Meeting as a whole. Attorney Kukla reported thus: 1. The Village has to determine which avenue to pursue regarding the drive at Lot 21 in Bakley's Sth Addition. The current owner was unaware of the problem. Trustee Wicke stated the drive entrance originally was on Ann Street since vacated. Attorney Kukla advised that the drive still is required Continued on page 5 Marlowe Feed Store was the setting for a commercial/industrial film for Buctril Brand Herbicide. Actors in the film (front row 1 to r) were Dennis Cockrum, Merlin the dog, and Ralph Valatka, with the dog's trainer/handler Bill Casey. When people think of a feed supply store they picture something like Marlowe's Feed Store in Huntley. That's why the Rhea ii Kaiser Advertising Co. chose Marlowe's to film a specialty fllm. It won't be seen on TV but will inform businesses about Buctril Brand Herbicide, manufactured by a French chemical company, Rhone Pluenc, the 6th largest chemical company in the world. The film features Dennis Cockrum, who appeares in a supporting role in "Uncle Buck"; both the movie and TV show (on Fridays at 7pm). He's also worked on the TV show "Cop Rock" and the movie "Code of Silence". Ralph Valatka appears with Mr. Cockrum, and has been a performer in Lyric Opera, the hot dog vendor on "Tiger Town" and in many TV commercials and educational/ industrial films. They said, however, the real star of the show is the dog. Merlin, who's been featured in movies and commercials, too. Merlin is 7 years old and is trained and handled by Bill Casey of Willowbrook, II. Hie Euntle^ Jatinsite Clirlsliiias Pcceratisn tmttst '•«= 4 ""^^ '^'^^ iT'^m^^fr!.^* Entry Deadline - December 3rd! See Page 2 For Details ...
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|