CALL TO ORDER

  1. ROLLCALL
  2.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  3.  PUBLIC COMMENTS/AUDIENCE TO VISITORS (Subject to Ordinance No. 3128)
  4. CONSENT AGENDA
  5. HUB-

New Part-time Employee Recommendations- for existing positions

Tyler VanZant- Fitness Attendant $9.00/hour, Basketball Sports Staff

$9.00/hour, Flag Football Sports Staff $9.00/hour, Tackle Football Sports Staff

$9.00/hour.

Calvin Threadgill- Front Desk Attendant $9.00/hour, Cafe Attendant $9.00/hour. Rebekah Southall – Childwatch Attendant $9.00/hour.

Katie Cully- Swim Coach $20.00/hour, Swim Instructor $20.00/hour.

Ian Gilchrist- Lifeguard $9.50/hour. Victoria Muniz- Lifeguard $9.50/hour.

Josh Williams – Fitness Attendant $9.00/hour, Basketball Sports Staff Attendant

$9.00/hour, Flag Football Sports Staff $9.00/hour, Tackle Football Sports Staff

$9.00/hour.

  1. Internal Position Promotion – Lifeguard promotion to Lead Lifeguard

Ally Teckenbrock- additional Job classification of Lead Lifeguard $12.00/hour

Levi Hamlin- additional Job classification of Lead Lifeguard $12.00/hour. c.   Public Building Commission

Public Building Commission  of Williamson County requests that the Marion City

Council re-appoint both Rodger Rodd and Doug Peebles whose terms expire July 19, 201,9 to another five-year term on the Public Building Commission of Williamson County.

  1. Minutes

Council approval of Minutes from Regular Council Meeting 05/13/2019. Invoice

  1. Clarida & Ziegler Engineering Invoice 16655 – $9,369.00. Fifth St. Sewer

Replacement. Statement of charges for construction engineer from 4/1 –

4/30/2019.

  1. OLD BUSINESS
  2. NEW BUSINESS
  3. POLICE DEPT
  4. Appointment of Police Chief.
  5. a) Motion to approve Mayor’s b)  Administration of Oath of Office.
  6. Approve Police/Fire Merit Board’s recommendation to approve the hiring of three Police Officers to fill three vacancies, transfers from another town. Pay and benefits as per FOP Labor Contract- dated 5/1/2019-

4/30/2022.

Iii.        Motion to approve MOU with Laborer’s Local 773 to allow for Clerical

Employee Vacation Time to be taken in half-day increments.

  1. AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MARION AND THE STATE OF ILLINOIS
  2. Council approval of an agreement between the City of Marion and the State of Illinois to construct an R-Cut Intersection at IL.13 and Aurelia Drive.
  3. AMEREN EASEMENT
  4. Council approval of Expansion of existing Easement with Ameren on the Sugar Creek Property.
  5. ROBERT L. BUTLER INDUSTRIAL PARK
  6. Council discussion of placing bids for sale of 5.4 acres in Butler Industrial Park.
  1. Council approval to repurchase property from Forteen Warehouse and Storage LLC. located in Robert L. Butler Industrial Park for

$16,000.00. Property was never utilized as per Covenants of Robert

  1. Butler Industrial Park.
  2. TIF ORDINANCES

 

  1. 3531 -Ordinance Providing for and Approving the Fifth Amendment to the

Marion Heights TIF District Redevelopment  Project Area, Plan & Projects. ii.   3532 – Ordinance Approving the Redevelopment  Plan and Projects for the

Marion Highland Street TIF District.

iii.  3533- Ordinance Designating the Redevelopment Plan and Projects for the Highland Street TIF District.

  1. 3534- Ordinance Adopting Tax Increment Allocation Financing for the

Marion Highland Street TIF District.

  1. 3535 – Ordinance Approving the First Amendment to the Redevelopment

Plan and Projects for the Marion North Commercial TIF District.

  1. 3536 – Ordinance Designating the Amended Redevelopment Project Area for the First Amendment to the Marion North Commercial TIF District.

vii. 3537 – Ordinance Adopting Tax Increment Allocation Financing for the

First Amendment to the Marion North Commercial TIF District.

 

  1. MODIFY LIQUOR ORDINANCE# 3393
  2. Ordinance 3539 -Amending Section 7E. Class IV Liquor Licenses to read:

Class IV: Class IV licenses shall only be issued to motels, hotels,

and/or any other business or premises used, maintained, advertised, and held out to the public to be a place where sleeping accommodations are offered for pay to travelers and guests, whether transient, permanent or residential, in which six (6) or more rooms

are used for the sleeping accommodations of such guests, the fee for

which shall be one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00}, payable annually in advance. Class IV licenses shall authorize the reta1l sale of all alcoholic beverages on the specified premises only of a motel or hotel for consumption on the premises and also authorize the sale of beer and wme 1n their original package to registered hotel guests and to no other persons, for consumption on the motel or

hotel premises only

  1. MISCELLANEOUS DISCUSSION
  2. Discussion on gaming licenses/liquor license prerequisite, and general public policy discussion as to regulation of these opportunities.
  3. b. Council discussion / suggestions setting legislative priorities for remainder of 2019.
  1. 8. Closed/Executive Session (if needed) Litigation, Property,
  2. Litigation, when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the particular public body has been filed and is pending before a court or administrative tribunal, or when the public body finds that an action is probable or imminent, in which case the basis for the finding shall be recorded and

entered into the minutes of the closed meeting. 5 ILCS 120/2©(11)

  1. The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body.5

ILCS 120/2©(2)

iii.       Personnel – Deliberations  concerning salary schedules for municipal employee.  ILCS 120/2(©(1)

  1. 9. ADJOURNMENT