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City of Fulton Council Meeting Agenda, February 28, 2022

CITY OF FULTON

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

February 28, 2022

5:30 PM

 

 

1.         Call to order

2.         Roll Call

3.         Pledge of Allegiance

4.         Recognition of Volunteers

5.         Communication from Visitors (Any communication that is NOT on the agenda for consideration)

6.         Presentations

  • SunVest Solar
  • Charles Dykstra – Cemetery – Right of Way (pages 1-2)
  • Dan Dolan – Land Acquisition
  • E-Zone – Grant Writer
  • Fulton Liquor and Food Mart Business Plan – Vicky Grewal (pages 3-9)

7.         Approval of the February 12, 2022 Council Minutes (pages 10-11)

8.         Approval of the February 2022 Bill List (pages 12-29)

9.         Current Business – Items for Consideration (Discussion) or (Action)

            A. Requesting approval to change the Ordinance for the serving of alcoholic beverages at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday morning’s. Manreet/Melanie Kalyan and Denny Ottens will be requesting.

            Motion: To Move Forward with Ordinance Change

            B. Approve a Class A Liquor License for Vicky Grewal (as Liquor Commissioner,   this has the Mayor’s approval to move forward.

            Motion: To Approve           

            C. SVCC Impact Program – Discussion and approval for the City of Fulton to make a monetary donation to the program. (Amount and Motion)

            Motion: To Approve

            D. Junior Achievement Day Proclamation (page 30)

            Motion: To Approve

            E. Solar Energy

            Motion: To Approve

            F. City Administrator Search Committee (Mayor would like to have 2 volunteers     from the Council to search for candidates and create contract)

           Motion: Discussion

            G. Approve employee bonus from Federal Relief Funds. (Amount and Motion)

           Motion: To Approve

            H. Approve employee Christmas Bonus. (Amount and Motion)

            Motion: To Approve

            I. Budget – Overview and Discussion

           

10.       Reports

            A. Finance

            B. Economic Development

            C. Parks & Rec

            D. Public Safety

            E. Marina (page 31)

            F. Zoning

11.       Mayor’s Report

12.       Aldermen Report

13.       City Administrator’s Report (page 32)

14.       Chief of Police Report – Nick Neblung (pages 33—48)

15.       Public Works Director Report – Eric Sikkema

16.       Tourism Report – Lesley Webster (page 49)

17.       Historical Society (page 50)

18.       NEW BUSINESS

19.       Closed Session to discuss personnel, sale of property, FOP negotiations, and litigation.

20.       Adjourn