Village of Maybee, Michigan
Village Hall, 9051 Raisin St.
Maybee, MI 48159
Meeting Minutes Apr. 13, 2005
President Gaylor called meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Roll Call Weyher, VanAuker, Liedel, Leito, Gaylor, Grubb, McCurdy present. Gramlich, Younglove absent.
Motion: Leidel 2nd VanAuker to accept April 13th 2005 minutes with correction. Carried.
Motion: Leito 2nd Weyher to pay bills as presented. Carried.
Treasure Report: accepted as read .
Items From the Floor: Meeting was attended by Lt. Rob Oetjens. Lt. Oetgens had two crime reports. One from the summer of 2004 and January, 05 to present. It is his belief that these crimes were committed by residences living in the village limits. Most stolen cars in Monroe County has had keys left the in the vehicle. This is the case of the stolen car responsible for knocking down 13 village signs. Lt. Oetjens stated that he thinks this case is solvable. President Gaylor discussed hiring a sheriff to patrol the village. Patrol times will be 2 to 4 hours at various times and days. Lt. Oetjens requested a copy of Village Ordinances (Curfew, park, noise, disorderly, and destruction). President Gaylor and Lt. Oetjens will meet later in the month to work out details.
2005 Street Paving: Project will include Short St. and all of Raisin St. to the north side of the ball park.
Sewer and Water at Village Hall: The original quote to hook up the sewer and water was $3,714.00. The final bill is $5,224.34 . Problems such as cutting the gas line put the job at a stand still and added to the final cost. President Gaylor asked council to approve the additional cost of $1,510.34.
Motion: Leidel 2nd Weyher to pay Larry Rorke the additional cost of $1,510.34 Carried.
Village Hall Bathrooms: President Gaylor said the JAWS program did not have a master plumber. President Gaylor contacted Kevin Gilstroff to help. The cost of hiring Mr. Gilstroff will be determined at a later date.
Maybee Day Report: Roxanne McCurdy reported the festival is coming together quickly. A new item added to this years festival is honoring the most honorable village resident. People can cast their ballots at various local businesses.
Water for the Concession Stand: President Gaylor has the application for the water hook up. He asked Council for their approval to submit the application .
Motion: Leito 2nd VanAuker to turn application in for the water hook up at the concession stand. Carried.
Sign Damage: On April 5th a vehicle was stolen in the village knocking down 13 street signs. A police report was made on April 6th and signs have been replaced.
Road Maintenance: Shoulders of the roads are being worked on and pot holes filled.
Barn Removal: No effort has been made to clean up the remains of the barn on Bluebush. President Gaylor mailed a copy of the blithe ordinance to the owner. President Gaylor said he and Ed Dennis would be more formal in getting the clean up complete.
Calls From Citizens Concerning Ed Dennis: Residents have been calling President Gaylor to commend Ed Dennis on the good job he is doing.
Snow Removal: Final cost of salting and snow removal was $11,000.
Cliff Weyher said a Kevin Powers contacted him about putting antennas on the water tower for Internet service. Council does not want to pursue.
April 14, 2005 at 8:00 a.m. President Gaylor will review the contract with Cadillac Asphalt. The goal for the 2005 Street Paving Project is completion by the Maybee Day Festival.
Motion: Lieto 2nd Leidel to adjourn at 8:40 p.m. Carried.
Next Meeting May 11th at 7:30p.m.
Roxanne McCurdy, Clerk