The Sharon Springs City Council met in regular session Tuesday evening January 2, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Those present were President of Council Steve Paul, Council Members: Kriss Wahlmeier, Milton Tokoi, Patrick Gibbs, Errin Bollig, Attorney Allan Hurlburt, City Coordinator David Daily, City Clerk Deborah Benisch, and Marc Welsh
President of Council Steve Paul called the regular meeting for January 2, 2018 to order at 7:05 p.m.
Marc Welsh was present to review with council his building permit for an addition to an existing building on his property at 417 E. Pine. Discussion followed. Mrs. Bollig moved to approve Mr. Welsh’s building permit for the building addition at 417 E. Pine, Mrs. Wahlmeier seconded the motion, motion carried.
Mr. Gibbs moved to approve the Waiver of Accounting Principles (Resolution 2018-1) as relates to historical costs of capital assets in the City of Sharon Springs, Mr. Tokoi seconded the motion, motion approved.
Mr. Tokoi moved to approve the minutes of the December regular and special meeting as presented, Mr. Gibbs seconded the motion, motion carried.
Mr. Gibbs moved to accept payroll and vouchers as presented: payroll checks – ACH 1, 26564-26581; manual checks – ACH 165, 26541-26563; vouchers – 26519-26540; Mrs. Bollig seconded the motion, motion approved.
Mrs. Bollig moved to approve requisitions as presented. Mrs. Wahlmeier seconded the motion; motion approved.
City Coordinator Report: ** City Coordinator shared short review of plans and happenings within city.
City Attorney Report: ** Attorney Hurlburt requested to enter into executive session for 10 minutes at 7:20 p.m. to discuss personnel to invite council and city clerk to attend. Mr. Paul made the motion to enter into executive session for 10 minutes at 7:20 for personnel; invite council and city clerk to attend. Mrs. Bollig seconded the motion, motion approved. Mr. Daily left the meeting. No action was taken.
Council Member Reports: ** Question relating to fire hydrant within city; questions regarding housing report – answers clarified.
City Clerk Report: REMINDER – January 8th - Special Meeting to 6:00 p.m. – for oaths of office and appointments.
** UPCOMING REMINDERS:
Next Regular Meeting – Monday – February 5, 2018 – 7:00 p.m.
Special Meeting – Oaths & Appointments – January 8. 2018 – 6:00 p.m.
Water usage report for the water wells was included in the council packets.
Mr. Tokoi moved to adjourn the meeting at 7:48 p.m.; Mrs. Bollig seconded the motion, motion approved.
Dennis Sharp, Mayor
Deborah M. Benisch, City Clerk
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