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Mt. Pulaski Community Unit District #23 Board of Education Mt. Pulaski Unit Office March 15, 2011 President Meister called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. in the unit office. Roll call was taken. Present were Doug Martin, Kathy Boward, Joe Olson, Diane Deppe, Jeff Haley, and David Meister, Mike Toohey. Also present were Phil Shelton, Gene Newton, and Terry Morgan. Motion by Mike Toohey, second by Diane Deppe to enter executive session for employment, dismissal, evaluation of personnel, and contract negotiations. Roll call vote. Answering Aye. Joe Olson, Kathy Boward, Diane Deppe, Doug Martin, Mike Toohey, Jeff Haley, David Meister. No Nay's motion carried. The board entered executive session at 6:01 p.m. Motion by Diane Deppe, second by Kathy Boward to exit executive ses- sion. Roll call vote. Answering Aye. Joe Olson, Kathy Boward, Diane Deppe, Doug Martin, Mike Toohey, Jeff Haley, David Meister. No Nay's motion carried. The board exited executive session at 8:39 pm. Motion by Joe Olson, second by Jeff Haley to approve executive ses- sion minutes as presented in executive session. Roll call vote. Answering Aye. Joe Olson, Kathy Boward, Diane Deppe, Doug Martin, Mike Toohey, Jeff Haley, David Meister. No Nay's motion carried. Motion by Mike Toohey, second by Diane" Deppe to approve the termina- tion of Shelly Pearson as grade school secretary and school board recording secretary effective March 4, 2011. Roll call vote. Answering Aye. Joe Olson, Kathy Boward, Diane Deppe, Doug Martin, Mike Toohey, Jeff Haley, David Meister. No Nay's motion car- ded. Items of Information Mt. Pulaski Grade School Gradua- tion will be Friday June 3, 2011 Mt. Pulaski High School Graduation will be Saturday June 4, 2011 Motion by Kathy Boward, second by Diane Deppe to adjourn. Voice vote, all ayes motion carried. Submitted by Doug Martin, School Board Secretary Dear Readers: "Sharing the Burden" is a slogan often heard during current budget talks. But, with the pro- posed draconian budget cuts, only Bert and Ernie, our Community Healthcare Centers, union workers, pregnant women and children, our children's teachers, college students, Cancer, Alzheimer, and Parkin- son Disease patients, our wonderful veterans, and the homeless are being called upon to "share the burden". How about having the top 2% wealthiest people in the nation help out with paying their fair share of taxes? How about having huge cor- porations pay their share of the burden? How about closing their gener- ous tax loopholes? How about clamping down on offshore bank accounts that "hide" their accounts from taxes? How about taxing those outrageous multi-million dollar bonuses that top executives are collecting? How about getting those major banking institu- tions to pay back their bailout? Let's all "share the burden"-not just the poor and middle class! Rebecca Drake April 2, 2011 City Pickup Dates For Landscape Waste April 4, May 2, June 6, July 11, August 1, September 12, October 3, November 7, & December 5 On the above dates, the city of Mt. Pulaski wilt remove landscape waste that has been placed within the area between the sidewalk and the edge of the street. If the weather is bad on the scheduled dates, then we will pickup on the next day with good weather. TO help us serve you better, we ask that our residents please follow these guidelines: 1. Have your landscape waste ready for pickup by 7 AM on the scheduled dates. 2. All small debris, grass, leaves, etc. Must be in bags. 3. Do not place any material in the street or on the sidewalks. 4. Place all material within 6' of the edge of the pavement. 5. Do not remove entire trees from your pri- vate property and place them for the City pick up. 6. If you hire a contractor to remove your trees, have your contractor haul the material to the Sewage Treatment Plant and place the material in the proper location. A separate notice for fall, leaf pickup service, will be published at a later date. Should you have-any questions, please con- tact City Hall at 792-3222. Sally J. Litterly Logan County Clerk Consolidated Election Notice- April 5, 2011 In the County of Logan, State of Illinois, an Election will be held for the following offices: City of Lincoln Aldermen - City of Atlanta Aldermen City of Mount Pulaski Mayor/Aldermen Villages -Trustees: Broadwell, Elkhart, Emden, Hartsburg, Latham, Middletown, New Holland, and San Jose Park District Commissioners: Atlanta Memorial Park District, Mt. Pulaski Park District, Lincoln Park District, Emden Park District, Armington Community Park District, and San Jose Park District Library District Trustees of: Elkhart Public Library, Ayer Public Library, Atlanta Public Library, Bar- clay Public Library, Lincoln Public Library, and Mt. Pulaski Public Library School Board Members: Warrensburg-Latham Comm. Unit Dist: # 11, Clinton Comm. Unit Dist. # 15, WilliamsvUle Comm. Unit Dist. #15, Olympia Comm. Unit Dist. # 16, Hartsburg-Emden Comm. Unit Sch. Dist. # 21, Mt. Pulaski Comm. Unit Sch. Dist. # 23, Lincoln Elem. School Dist. # 27, Chester-East Lincoln Comm. Sch. Dist. # 61, West-Lincoln-Broadwell School Dist. # 92, New-Holland-Middletown Elem. School Dist. # 88, IIlini Central Comm. Unit School District # 189, Greenview Comm. Unit School Dist. # 200, Athens Comm. Unit School Dist. # 213, Lincoln Comm. High School Dist. # 404, and Delavan Comm. Unit School # 703 Community College Board Trustees: Illinois Central College # 514, Richland Comm. College # 537, and Heartland Comm. College # 540 Educational Service Regions Trustees: Sangamon County, Tazewell County, Dewitt, Livingston and McLean Counties, Logan, Mason, and Menard Counties, and Macon and Piatt Counties Fire Protection Districts Trustees: Mount Pulaski Fire District QUESTIONS OF PUBLIC POLICY PROPOSITION TO AUTHORIZE SALES TAX IN LOGAN COUNTY EXCLUSIVELY FOR SCHOOL FACILITY PURPOSES Shall Logan County, lllinois be authorized to impose a retailers' occupation tax and a service occupation ta x (commonly referred to as a "sales tax") at a rate Of 1% to be used exclusively for school facility purposes? YES NO THE COLORS OF BALLOTS TO BE USED BY THE RESPECTIVE PRECINCTS AT THE CONSOLIDATED GENERAL ELECTION WILL BE WHITE THE POLLS FOR SAID CONSOLIDATED GENERAL ELECTION WILL BE OPEN CONTINUOUSLY FROM 6:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M. ON APRIL 5, 2011. Dated this 24th day of March, 2011 /s/Sally J. Litterly, Logan County Clerk Mt. Pulaski Times 3