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VILLAGE OF STANFORD


100 W. BOUNDARY


STANFORD, IL  61774


PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES


Thursday March 5th, 2015


SPECIAL BOARD MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES


 


Minutes of the Special Board Meeting of the President and Board of Trustees for the Village of Stanford, held at Village Hall @ 8:00PM.


I.                   ROLL CALL:


Present: 5 –Trustees Jim Bridgewater, Jeremiah Pitcher, Normadee Miller, Lou Trunnell and Homer Smith.


Absent: 2- President John Owen and Nydra Owen.


Also present: Attorney Mark McGrath, Brian Medeiros and Barry Gorman


II.               NEW BUSINESS:


  • The Board discussed and selected Trustee Jeremiah Pitcher as the meeting chair.

     

    Trustee Bridgewater moved, seconded by Trustee Smith for Trustee Jeremiah Pitcher as the meeting chair.

     

    On roll call, the vote was:

     

    AYES: 5- Trustees Bridgewater, Smith, Trunnell, Pitcher and Miller.

     

    NAYS- 0

     

    ABSENT: 1- Trustees N. Owen.

     

    There being 5 affirmative votes the motion carried.

     

  • The Board of Trustees discussed the changes to ordinance 06-03 to provide amendments relating to coin operated machines. The Board was approached by the owners of Stanford Pour House requesting the current ordinance to be changed to allow video gambling machines at the bar. This request was based in the information obtained by the State Gaming Board. The Village Attorney has verified that it is correct. The owners of the Pour house researched the other surrounding communities to see what amount of revenue has been received by the municipalities. The municipal share for Minier from the Minier Tap was about $4,000.00 for the year. The Vault in Danvers, brought in $4,330.26 for the Village of Danvers for the year. The Pour House has requested 3 machines that will be handled by Abraham Amusements. Brian Medeiros stated that he planned on having the Pour House re-opened by April 1st. Attorney McGrath let the Trustees know that the video games license and liquor license goes hand and hand. The Pour House must have a liquor license to have the gaming license.

     

    Trustee Pitcher moved, seconded by Trustee Bridgewater to adopt ordinance 01-15 to amend 06-03 to provide amendments relating to coin operated machines.

     

     

    On roll call, the vote was:

     

    AYES: 5- Trustees Bridgewater, Smith, Trunnell, Pitcher and Miller.

     

    NAYS- 0

     

    ABSENT: 1- Trustees N. Owen.

     

    There being 5 affirmative votes the motion carried.

     

     


III:      MOTION TO ADJOURN @ 8:30pm


 


There being no further business to discuss, Trustee Pitcher moved, seconded by Trustee Bridgewater, to adjourn @8:30pm.


All in favor, AYE.


            Prepared by: Megan Phillips, Clerk/Collector