The Village of Wilbur Park
St. Louis County, MO 63123
February 17, 2015
- Meeting opened at 7:08pm. Sue Schleicher not in attendance. All Other Board members present. Louis County Police Officer Dan Schroeder in attendance. No Village residents in attendance.
- January 2015 meeting minutes reviewed. Minutes stand as presented.
- Treasurer’s Report for January 2015 presented by JC Wheeler.
January 2015 Total Income $11,924.93
Total Expense $ 5,013.49
Net Income (Loss) $ 4,654.16
Balance Sheet as of January 2015 presented. Profit & Loss Budget vs. Actual for January 2015 presented.
Sewer Lateral Report for January 2015 presented.
- Road and Building Commissioners Report presented by Rich Warren.
No Occupancy Permits issued. One house currently under inspection. Phone call received from Kathleen Ave resident requesting status of request to remove dog waste sign at 9018 Kathleen Ave.
- Solid Waste Hauling Report presented by Frank Lydon.
Wayne Dr. and Rosemary Ave residents called requesting information on large household item trash pickup. Waste Management provides a quarterly pickup for each village resident at no charge to the Village Resident. A fee is added for the pickup of “white appliances”.
- January Police activity report presented by Chairman Joe Wilhite.
Total Contract Patrols 204 Total Other Patrols 19
Total time on Contract Patrols 1954 minutes Total time on Other Patrols 234 minutes
Average minutes per Contract Patrols 9.58 Average minutes per Other Patrols 12.31
- Village Clerk Report presented by Neal Vohsen.
No Yard/Garage Sale permits issued. The April 7, 2015 General Municipal Election has been Certified.
A Proposition allowing to forgo annual elections when the number of candidates equals the number of open positions will also appear on the ballot.
- Special Projects report.
No Special Projects report due to the absence of Sue Schleicher.
- Chairman’s Report presented by Joe Wilhite.
A statement from Ameren was read regarding continuing efforts to reduce environmental emissions in the production and delivery of electric power. Village Attorney, Bob Paster discussed the adoption of a yard sign Ordinance. First Amendment rights of expression must always be allowed. Content cannot be requlated unless discriminatory, rude and offensive. Size of sign and number of signs can be regulated. Illumination not allowed. Sign cannot be displayed in line of sight of motorists or pedestrians.
- New Business
No new business or other issues presented. No Questions from the floor.
Meeting adjourned 7:50 PM.