The Teutopolis Board of Trustees met on Wednesday, October 5th.
A public hearing was held before the Board of Trustees meeting to discuss the Farmweld Project. James Patrick of the South Central Illinois Regional Planning & Development Commission headed the public hearing. The Farmweld Project is the installation of sewer and water mains east of Teutopolis for approximately a quarter of a mile. The installation of the 1600 feet of sewer main and 2200 feet of water main will cost a total of $303,946. A grant for $122,628 is being applied for.
In the meeting, the Teutopolis Board of Trustees approved the minutes for September 21, 2016 and set the date for Trick-or-Treating for Friday, October 28th. The Board also voted to approve a Resolution that commits local funds to the Community Development Block Grant. Payment for an estimate to Mt. Carmel Stabilization for the Oak Street road project totaling $60,604.33 was also approved.
In report’s to the Board of Trustees, the village foreman confirmed that the new street sweeper had arrived in Teutopolis on Wednesday. The Building Official’s report sparked discussion into drainage in subdivisions in the village. A drainage committee meeting was scheduled for Tuesday, October 11th at 6:30pm to discuss the issue further. Furthermore, the Trustees expressed concern regarding the overload of passengers on golf carts and the lacking of the usage of seat belts on the carts.
The Teutopolis Board of Trustees meets in the Teutopolis Village Hall at 106 W. Main St in Teutopolis.