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Board of Works & Safety – May 21, 2013

The Board of Works and Safety for the City of Attica met, pursuant to Public Notice, on Tuesday, May 2, 2013 at 4:30 P.M. in the City Council Room. Present were Mayor, Robert Shepherd, City Clerk, Susan Stoll and Board Member, Dave Huckleberry. Also present was City Attorney, Tom O’Connor.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Minutes of the regular session held on May 2, 2013 were approved as prepared on a motion by Dave Huckleberry, seconded by Mayor Shepherd.

CITIZENS PETITIONS

There were no citizens petitions to be presented to the Board.

DEPARTMENT HEADS REPORTS

Mr. Jean reported they are cleaning the City Pool.
Chief Cole reported that a camera system will be installed in the Clerk/Treasurers office and at the pool. He also reported on the status of the new Chevy Tahoe that is being purchased.
Mr. Dismore reported on a new building permit for Rick and Becky White at 410 West St.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Mayor Shepherd spoke about the ADA transition plan and how we are going to approach funding it over a 30 year period.
He also discussed the status of the Potawatomi Festival.

NEW BUSINESS

Chief Cole expressed interest in developing traffic ordinances by the City so that when they issue tickets in Attica, those funds would have more of a local impact as opposed to most of the funds going through the State of Indiana with just a small portion coming back to our police force. Tom O’Connor stated that he would check to see if we had any traffic ordinances and if this would be a possibility.

CLAIMS

Claims dated May 21, 2013 for $149478.94, as shown by the Allowance of Accounts Payable Vouchers, were presented to the board. Mr. Huckleberry made a motion to pay the claims, seconded by Mayor Shepherd.

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

Mayor Shepherd reported on the planting that took place at the Wildlife Sanctuary at the Riverfront Park.

ADJORNMENT

There being no further business to be brought before the board; Mr. Huckleberry made a motion to adjourn which was seconded by Mayor Shepherd.

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