Venedocia Village Council


Venedocia Lionís Club May 5, 2003

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Doug Ruen.

Roll call was taken with council members Lee Lare, Paul Price, Robert Louth and Gloria Leiter present.

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.

The bills were presented as follows:

Jeff Coil-flag pole $225.00 (#3633)

AEP-street lights $184.31 (#3634)

AEP-town storage $13.17 (#3635)

Jeff Coil-sidewalk $160.00 (#3636)

Rod Eutsler-mowing $263.35 (#3637)

Rod Eutlser-reimburs. $13.82 (#3638)

Lee Lare-gas reimburs. $58.03 (#3639)

ODJFS $28.72 (#3640)

PERS $119.96 (#3641)

Flat Lands Supply $36.45 (#3642)

Ridge Township Quarry $60.52 (#3643)

Beverly Fuerst, Co. Treas. $4.00 (#3644)

Auto-Owners Insurance $774.00 (#3645)

Jenny Pugh-salary $226.65 (#3646)

Paul Price made a motion to pay all bills. Robert Louth seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Old Business

Jenny Pugh reported that a letter had not been sent to the Wise Residence because there has been an attempt to remove some of the junk. However, the Jutte residence has an excessive amount of junk.

New Business

Lee Lare moved to pay the Salem Presbyterian Youth Group $400 to clean the streets. Gloria Leiter seconded the motion. Motion carried.

Gloria Leiter made a motion to donate $150 to Memorial Park. Robert Louth seconded the motion. Lee Lare abstained. Motion carried.

There was a discussion about the dirt and stones in the shelter house at the park. There was no decision on who would be responsible for cleaning it.

Mayor Ruen asked if a council member would like to attend a special awards ceremony and press conference on Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. There purpose of this ceremony is to receive two special signs indicating that our community is an official "Bicentennial Community". Lee Lare volunteered to attend the meeting.

Gloria Leiter moved to have the catch basins cleaned by Bruns Vacuum. Robert Louth seconded the motion.

Robert Louth moved to close the meeting. Paul Price seconded the motion. Meeting adjourned.



Jennifer J. Pugh-clerk


Dour Ruen-Mayor