City Council On Ordinances, Codes & More


The Greenville City Council has taken action to make changes in ordinances and codes concerning positions.

The city code was amended to comply with the law concerning the appointment of the city treasurer. That appointment will be made in the future by the city manager.

The council modified the code to separate the office of city clerk and position of finance director. The same person can be both, as is currently the case with Sue Ann Nelson.

The city council also amended the code to make the director of finance a position and not an office.

City Manager Dave Willey reported he will be appointing a city treasurer in the near future. Meanwhile, Nelson remains the temporary treasurer. By law, the city clerk cannot be the permanent treasurer.

The Knights of Columbus has been granted a special event liquor license to sell alcohol at the Fourth Fest Celebration in downtown Greenville on June 30.

A conditional use permit was approved for A.G. Becker of Breese to build a mini-warehouse facility south of Route 40, east of The Zone. The Greenville Plan Commission looked at the request twice, the second time after the council sent it back to the commission.

The focus of discussions was a fence at the facility.

This month, the council approved a motion to allow the permit as long as a fence, building or wall is erected on the south edge of the property.

A handicapped parking space was approved at the furthest north of College Avenue and south of Oak Street across from the Kaskaskia College Center.

The council approved May 20 through 26 Public Works Week in Greenville and declared May as Motorcycle Awareness Month.

A service agreement with PureLine will provide four maintenance visits and emergency visits at the water plant. The cost is $17,555 for the year.

The police department’s law enforcement software contract was renewed with Lexipol for $5,162, and the city entered into an agreement with ILMO Propane for propane gas. It submitted the lowest of three bids at $1.12 per gallon.

Councilman Jes Adam has announced he will be resigning effective May 31.

Mayor Alan Gaffner reported at least three individuals have expressed interest in being appointed. Others can contact the mayor, the municipal building or the other council members by May 31 to be considered.

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