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• h irtit EuntlrB Jamsik V* ^NT\^ *y USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1989 VOLUME 29-NUMBER 19 OFFICE PHONE 812-669-6621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Village Board Minutes Huntley Harvestors County Fair Results The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Huntley was held on July 17, 1989 in the Board Room of the Village Hall and brought to order at 8:00 P.M. by President Dhamer. Present were: President Dhamer, Trustees Gow, Wicke, Russ, Borowicz, Greve and Hoeft. Also attending were Police Chief Rossi, Attorney Kukla, Village Engineer Schwegel, Public Works Nimbar and Building Inspector Schaller. The first order of business was the minutes of the Public Hearing held June 8, 1989 for the Appropriation for 1989-1990. A motion was made by Trustee Greve, seconded by Trustee Hoeft, to accept the minutes as set out. Upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. The Regular minutes of June 8, 1989 stood approved as presented. Financial reports were then heard. The Treasurer's Report was accepted by motion by Trustee Wicke, seconded by Trustee Greve, and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. Trustee Hoeft, after review of current expenses, made a motion to pay the bills as submitted, seconded by Trustee Russ. Before roll call. Trustee Borowicz questioned the Line Item 3 regarding guests at the municipal dinner. After discussion, roll noted: Borowicz, nay, Russ, aye, Hoeft, aye, Wicke, pass, Gow, aye, Greve, aye and motion carried. The Clerk was instructed to make payment of said bill and a listing is attached hereto. In the next order of business President Dhamer read a resignation by Village Clerk Susanke, Thereafter, a motion was made by Trustee Wicke, seconded by Trustee Hoeft, to accept the resignation as submitted. Roll noted all ayes and motion carried. At this time. President Dhamer appointed Mary Lou Hardy as interim Village Clerk. Trustee Hoeft made a motion to accept President Dhamer's appointment, seconded by Trustee Borowicz and roll noted all ayes and motion carried. President Dhamer noted that the Smith trailer is still in use and needs an extension, to which Trustees asked that it come before them as the Agenda sets out. Bakley's 13th and 14th Addition final plans were next on the agenda. Ken Bakley explained that the 13th was residential and the 14th was an industrial area. President Dhamer read the Planning Commission's recommendation to accept the 13th and 14th final plans. Baxter and Woodman had reviewed and their comments had been satisfactorily answered and recommended approval. Trustee Borowicz questioned the fence/screen on the 13th. Also questioned was the ingress and egress on Lots 5, 8 and 11 of the 14th addition. Trustee Greve felt these should be limited to Kiley and Main and keeping exits ott Ruth Road. Hoeft felt Planning should decide at time of permit. Mr. Bakley assured the trustees that the screening would be centered on lot line. Trustee Hoeft made a motion (as amended) to approve the Hnal plan of the Bakley 13th Addition to the Village of Huntley upon payment of the capital development fees, seconded by Trustee Wicke. Discussion before motion questioned the capital development fees not being paid at Preliminary Plat acceptance, also a letter was prepared for the President to execute and send, noting that the Bakley's had not received same. Mr. Bakley was also advised that no sewer work could be done without lEPA, a construct only permit for sewer and a construct and operate permit for water. The questions being answered, roll noted all ayes and the motion carried. Trustee Greve then made a motion to approve the final plat of the Bakley 14th Addition with one condition being the ingress and egress on Lot 5 and 8 to be limited to Kiley Drive and Lot 11 to be limited to Main Street. Seconded by Trustee Borowicz. Discussion incurred after this motion, thereafter roll noted: Borowicz, aye, Russ, nay, Hoeft, nay, Wicke, nay, Gow, nay and Greve, aye. Motion denied. A motion was then made by Trustee Hoeft to accept the final plat of Bakley's 14th Addition as propsed with attachments to Lot B, 8 and 11, the plans to be approved by the village Board after review of the ingress and egress prior to the issuance of a building permit, seconded by Trustee Wicke. Roll noted all ayes and the motion carried. The Smith trailer matter was next on the agenda. A motion was made by Trustee Greve, seconded by Trustee Hoeft, to allow the trailer use an extension until the 14th day of September, 1989. Roll noted all ayes and the motion carried. The Annual Appropriation Ordinance for 1989-90 was then approved by motion by Trustee Greve, seconded by Trustee Wicke, and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. The Budget Ordinance for the same time frame was approved as presented by motion by Trustee Hoeft, seconded by Trustee Borowicz, and upon roll call all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. Public comments were next on the agenda. Building Inspector Schaller noted that the pool matter was cleaned up. The Press asked for a copy of the Appropriation to which Attorney Kukla stated request should be made at end of meeting. President Dhamer asked that a comment be made — he commended the Police Department in that it has assisted the Woodstock Police on July 10, 1989 and that a letter had been received from the Woodstock Police Department thanking the Huntley Police Department for their assistance. Attorney Kukla presented "An Ordinance Ascertaining The Prevailing Rate Of Wages For Laborers, Mechanics, And Other Workmen Engaged In The Construction Of Public Works Under The Jurisdiction Of The Village Of Huntley". A motion was made by Trustee Greve, seconded by Trustee Borowicz, to adopt said ordinance and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and motion carried. Committee reports were as follows: Building: Trustee Greve reported that his committee had reviewed the building permit fees, with only change being the permit fee for signs, and a draft drawn. He made a motion to adopt "An Ordinance for the Establishment of Building Permit Fees in the Village of Huntley", seconded by Trustee Hoeft. Upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. Police: Trustee Borowicz made a motion to adopt a Resolution declaring the Village of Huntley no longer needs the following: Motorola Micor 4-channel 110 W KH3924, Motorola ISPERN Motrac - 4 channel w scan lOOW JE081N, General Electric ISPERN 4 channel w scan lOOW 015-1060, General Electric ISPERN 4 channel w scan lOOW 015-1225 and 3 crystal controlled 5 channel CB sets unknown make and unknown serial number by private sale. Said motion seconded by Trustee Gow and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and motion carried. Sewer/Water: Trustee Hoeft made a motion to instruct the Clerk to make a payout of $227,951.00 to Seagren/Shales noting invoice had been reviewed and that all work to date had been completed. Seconded by Trustee Russ. Roll noted all ayes and motion carried. Streets: Trustee Hoeft made a motion to install stop signs at the following streets: a) Westbound on Davey Drive at Frederick Way b) Westbound on Davey Drive at Woodcreek Drive c) Westbound on Pineway at Woodcreek Drive d) Eastbound at Pineway and Daniel Lane Motion was seconded by Trustee Russ. Trustee Hoeft stated that a request had also been made for a Children Playing sign and speed signs but Attorney Kukla advised that the Public Works Department were to handle these. Thereafter, roll noted all ayes and motion carried. Trustee Hoeft opened a bid for the Public Works car that had been for sale. After rejection of same, the Board instructed the Clerk to republish for sale of the car with no minimum bid required. He also spoke on the Layne Western matter regarding Well #6. He gave an extensive report regarding the extent of repairs and costs of same. He advised through his committee that new 1-ton Public Works small utility truck is to be purchased. Continued Building: Trustee Greve questioned the payout to Building Inspector Schaller, noting that in on page 12 February the Village entered into an Agreement with him and that payouts were not being handled Brian Wesemann and The outcome of Huntley Harvestors 4-H members entries at McHenry County Fair were: Brett Berghorn Sr. 2 Year Old 4-H blue; Jr. Show 2nd; Open 2nd; Sr. Calf Jr. Show Srd; Open 2nd Heidi Berghorn Dry Aged Cow 4-H blue; Jr. 2nd; Open 1st; Dairy Productions 1st; Jr. 2 Years Old 4-H blue; Jr. 1st; Open 1st; Reserve Champion Red it White Jr. Show Tim Cosman Swine 4-H 4th; Open 2nd Scott Dvorak You Learn To Bake 4-H blue; Vegetable Gardening 4-H red Jason Grismer Steer 4-H 1st; Open 3rd Marc Grismer Market Heifer—Champion Market Heifer; Woodworking 4-H blue his Grand Champion Liz Halat 4-H Show: Vegetable Gardening 1st Place State; Swine- Single Barrow 7th; Single Gilt 2nd; Pair of Gilts 2nd; Reserve Grand Champion Showmanship w/swine; Yearling Ewe 4th; Aged Ewe 4th. Jr. Show: Yearling Ewe 4th; Ewe Lamb 4th. Open Show: Swine- Single Barrow Sth; Single Gilt 2nd; Pair of Gilts 2nd; Pen of 3 Market Hogs Srd; Yearling Ewe Srd; Ewe Lamb 3rd; Aged Ewe 1st. Mary Halat 4-H Show: Flower Gardening 1st Place State; Swine- Single Barrow 2nd; Single Gilt Grand Champion; Pair of Gilts Grand Champion; Pen of 3 Market Hogs Ist; Reserve Grand Champion Overall Market Hog; Grand Champion Continued on page 5 Miss McHenry County Jennifer competes for Miss Illinois County Fair in January 1990. She will attend MCC in the fall, majoring in pediatric nursing. Jennifer Beckel The new Miss McHenry County is Jennifer Beckel of Woodstock. She is the grand-daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William Ackman, Jr. of Huntley. Jennifer's mother, the former Merry Ackman, graduated from Huntley High School and lived in Huntley until her marriage. Sherri Ottley Huntley was proud to have Sherri Ottley represent the community at the Miss McHenry County Pagent.
|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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