|REGULAR BOARD MEETING
AUGUST 2, 2021
MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 6 PM BY SUPERVISOR JIM MAZUR, BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT WERE: CLERK
BARBARA EGELER, TRUSTEE JEROME PAPES, TRUSTEE BOB KESLING, AND, TREASURER PATTI GEERS. WE HAD FIVE GUEST ATTEND.
MINUTES WERE APPROVED AS PRESENTED.
THERE WAS NO SHERIFF’S REPORT.
THERE WAS NO COUNTY COMMISSIONER REPORT.
JEROME MADE A MOTION TO APPROVE PAYMENT OF BILLS. BOB SECONDED
TREASURER REPORTED THAT THE MONEY MARKET FUND BALANCE ON 6/30/21 WAS $241,104.37, RECEIPTS FOR JULY WERE $26,098.60, DISBURSEMENTS WERE $15,987.68, INTEREST WAS $31.25. LEAVING A BALANCE OF $251,246.54 ON 7/31/21.
CHECKING ACCOUNT BALANCE REMAINS AT $300.00 ON 7/31/21.
PERPETUAL CARE CERTIFICATE BALANCE REMAINS AT $62,821.14 ON 7/31/21.
PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT FUND BALANCE REMAINS AT $232,007.31 ON 7/31/21.
HALL RESERVATION FUND BALANCE ON 6/30/21 WAS $1,119.61, THERE WERE NO RECEIPTS, NO DISBURSEMENTS, AND
INTEREST WAS .05 CENTS. LEAVING A BALANCE OF $1,119.66 ON 7/31/21.
TAX ACCOUNT BALANCE ON 6/30/21 WAS $00, RECEIPTS FOR JULY WERE $124,915.77, DISBURSEMENTS WERE
$32,484.56, INTEREST WAS .08 CENTS, LEAVING A BALANCE OF $92,431.29 ON 7/31/21.
TREASURERS REPORT ACCEPTED AS PRESENTED.
JEROME MADE A MOTION TO ADOPT THE VICTORY TOWNSHIP FEDERAL PROCUREMENT CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY. THIS POLICY APPLIES WHEN PROCURING GOODS, SERVICES, AND CONSTRUICTION OR REPAIR PROJECTS FUNDED IN PART OR WHOLE WITH FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. THIS POLICY ALSO APPLIES TO ANY SUBRECIPIENT OF SUCH FUNDS, BOB SECONDED
JIM TALKED ABOUT A LOCAL GROUP OF PEOPLE THAT WOULD LIKE TO DEVELOP A BIKE TRAIL AT VICTORY PARK.
NORTH VICTORY CEMETERY SIGN HAS BEEN REPAIRED AND PAINTED.
MOTION TO ADJOURN AT 6:52 PM.
It’s that time again to ensure that we are keeping harmful materials out of our environment! Chemicals, waste oils, non-working electronics, pharmaceuticals and more can be dropped off during collection day.
As we did last year, the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) planning committee asks participants to follow the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. Those dropping off their HHW must remain inside their vehicles and wear face masks when interacting with volunteers. Volunteers and staff will collect the HHW from vehicles. The HHW committee also asks that participants organize HHW in their vehicles beforehand for easy access during the collection, this will allow participants to get through the line faster. For example, make sure all oil is together, lithium batteries are separated from alkaline, all electronics are together, etc. Also, take into consideration the layout of the HHW collection for ease of unloading vehicles. At the Mason County HHW collection site, items will be off-loaded in the following order: 1.) Electronics 2.) Batteries 3.) Pharmaceuticals 4.) Pesticides/chemicals/oil/miscellaneous.
Visit our website for a list of items that we do or do not accept
Due to unforeseen circumstances the August 2nd township meeting & picnic At Victory Park is canceled and a regular board meeting will be held at 6:00 pm at Victory townhall.
Road projects for 2021;
Finish Ditching and gravel _Millerton Rd. west of US 31 (approx. 1/4 mile)
Seal coat Fisher Rd from Stiles west to Victory Corner Road
We have posted information about the FOIA. Find all required documents here.
Our mission is to do what will be beneficial to our township and its residents by dedicated and efficient attention to the responsibilities entrusted to us.
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