Town Council Recap

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Compiled by Carla Howie

What happened – Consideration of voluntary annexation of Bedell property.

What it means – Request for annexation of 1,966 acres located in Worth Township into the Town of Zionsville.

What’s next – Request approved – vote 5-0.

 

What happened – Appointment to the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission.

What it means – Appoint Katie Culp to fill vacancy left by Dax Norton when he assumed role as Town Manager of Whitestown.

What’s next – Appointment approved – vote 5-0.

 

What happened – Request of additional appropriations for Cedar Street project.

What it means – To move the requested amount of $30,000 from the Food and Beverage Fund to the Façade Grant Fund to complete 20 E. – 40 E. Cedar St. project. Rehabilitation of 20 E. Cedar St., previous home of Village Cleaners, and demolish 40 E. Cedar St., which housed Nana Market.

What’s next – Approved by vote of 5-0.

 

What happened – Consideration for appropriation – TIF Fund to reimburse Town Planning Commission.

What it means – Request to move $42,000 from the Tax Increment Financing district fund to the line item within Town Planning for the 106th Street water and sewer project.

What’s next – Approved by vote of 5-0.

 

What happened – Consideration of appropriation – General Fund to Town Planning Commission.

What it means – Request to move $23,000 from the general fund and to include $4,000 to reimburse Town Planning for engineering fees and for Compliance Inspector position.

 

What happened – Consideration of re-appropriation resolution.

What it means – Rectify the town’s budget by moving funds from budget line items that underspent to over-extended line items to ensure a balance is maintained.

What’s next – Approved by vote 5-0.

 

What happened – Amendment to the 2013 Zionsville Salary Ordinance.

What it means – Add the position of Compliance Inspector to the salary ordinance and fund the position until year-end.

What’s next – Approved by vote 5-0.

 

What happened – Adoption of the 2014 schedule of meetings.

What it means – All town council meetings are scheduled for 2014 and will be posted accordingly.

What’s next – Approved by vote 5-0.

 

What happened – Ordinance amendment – Town of Zionsville Park and Recreation Board (number of terms).

What it means – ZCS and library respectively, appoints a representative to serve on the board every 2 years. Discussion on extension of term to 4 years to account for learning curve and productivity as a member. Further discussion on term limit necessity, as it is an appointment.

What’s next – Approved to extend term to (4) 1 year appointments to address current need of appointed member by vote 5-0.


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