Busy Night for Enfield Village Board
Keith Botsch of Botsch and Associates CPA’s presented the village audit for the year ending April 30th 2018. He noted that there were no problems with the audit and overall funds are in good shape. Total net revenue for the year was $1,131,186. Due to the addition of transferable funds, the gas, sewer and water funds were showing a positive balance.
The board approved an ordinance that goes into effect on September 25th giving property owners ten days to clean up their properties after being notified or be fined $400 for each violation. The ordinance will be posted on the front door of the village building and there will be a copy available for public viewing inside. Five property owners will be sent letters in the next few days.
Ameren will hook up the outdoor electricity for Mule Days sometime this week.
The streets have been resurfaced, except for two patches on Jeanette Street. $4,250 is available in village funds for the work. They will need to look into how much the work will cost and if it is less than $4,250 the board approved using the local funds. If it’s more than that, they would have to apply to the state for the money.
$1,481 was approved for replacement of two tires on the township grater, which was done by M & S in Grayville.
The Illinois Commerce Commission did an inspection of the utilities buildings for three days last week and found no violations.
The board agreed to donate $250 to Booth Elementary School for their Middle School Science Class to spend any way they wish.
Eight large glass mugs will be given as door prizes during the Mule Day Open House on Saturday, October 6th from 9 to 10 AM.
A 13 minute executive session was held to discus a police officer’s status, with no action taken.