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Taylorville City Council Meets For First Meeting of 2023

The Taylorville City Council met on Tuesday evening at City Hall for their regular city council meeting. The board approved minutes from the public hearing held on December 19th and for the regular council meeting held on December 19th. The board unanimously approved an ordinance approving and authorizing the execution of a professional services agreement for the second amendment to the Taylorville Business Development District (BDD) agreement. 


The board also passed a motion to direct the Mayor to sign a change order from Henson Robinson Company for the Taylorville Municipal Building Roof Repair in the amount of $6,295. Alderman Jim Olive explained to the board what this entails.



The board heard an update from City Attorney Rocci Romano and then Mayor Bruce Barry gave his update.



Alderman Larry Budd proposed pulling $315.11 from the total payment of bills as that was to replace broken glasses for a police officer and not included as being covered in their current contract.



After some discussion, it was decided that the city would pay for the glasses and the motion to approve payment of bills passed for the amount of $765,919.88.


After the meeting, Alderman Kathy Driskell shared what she is looking forward to in 2023 for the city of Taylorville.



The next city council meeting is set for January 17th.

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