Meeting called to order by Councilman
Robert Branigan, on Monday, August 12th, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. All town council members
were present with the exception of Council President Paul Hildebrand. All present
joined in giving the Pledge to our Flag.
Minutes of July 8, 2013 were read.
There being no additions, corrections or deletions to said minutes, they were approved.
Claims/Financials: After review
of the utility bills presented motion to accept and pay claims made by Matt Huffman,
second by Robert Branigan. Motion carried. After review of the town bills presented,
motion to accept and pay claims made by Robert Branigan, second by Matt Huffman.
Town Manager’s Report: Same presented
by John Ingram, Town Manager.
Town Marshal’s Report: Same presented
by Gary Skaggs, Town Marshall.
Milan Park Board Report. Yatzie
At a regular meeting of the Park Board, Yatzie Roysden was elected President, Kevin
Walter was elected Vice President and Tony Lonneman was elected Secretary. Roysden
brought a request to the board to allow the Milan High School Cross Country team
to have a “Home” meet to be held at the park. This cross country team does not
have any “home” meets and travels to every event. Roysden stated that it would
be nice to at least have one “home” meet to honor the Senior runners. Town Board
approved the request. Roysden also requested that it be ok to allow for an additional
meet if the school could work that out, this was also approved.
Roysden also stated that the Park Board was changing their meeting dates and times
to the following: the 1st Wednesday of the each month at 6 PM at the Town Hall.
Concerns/Comments from the Public:
Sally Gosmeyer from the Milan Beautification Committee was on hand and thanked John
Ingram and the Town for their assistance in doing some finishing touches to the
new welcome to Milan sign located on State Road 350. Gosmeyer stated that it looks
great and they are very proud of the work done my all.
Jeraldine Driggers brought up a property located close to the Catholic Church that
needed to be cleaned up, Councilman Branigan advised that the homeowner would be
sent a letter to get the property cleaned up.
No further business was brought up for action and Councilman Huffman made a motion
to adjourn and Councilman Branigan second, motion carried.