108 E. Williams Street
Wyoming, IL 61491
(309) 695-4831
April 27, 2020

Venue: Video Conferencing through “ZOOM”

Council Meeting

The Council Meeting was called to order by Mayor Pat Maher at 6:20 p.m.
(The Zoom Video Conference application records the meeting) The Wyoming,
Illinois City Council met Monday, April 27, 2020 via remote access on the
Zoom App. in a Special Session.
Mayor Pat Maher was presiding with Alderwomen Ginger Carlisle and
Kathy Hardy of the First Ward, Aldermen Ryan Breese and Dave Lindahl
of the Second Ward, and Aldermen Daniel Hardman of the Third Ward, all
present. Alderman Steve Hansard of the Third Ward was absent.
Mayor Maher welcomed Doug Parrott, President of Toulon State Bank, to
the meeting. Doug went over some of the products and services that Toulon
State Bank can offer the City of Wyoming.
These included ICS (Insured Cash Sweep) Accounts, Cash Management to
set up water bills to automatically bill ACH, online banking and Merchant
services to accept credit/debit card payments. The City could outsource
our payroll for considerably less through Karin Parrott, Illinois FBFM.
Toulon State Bank would pick up deposits daily and help us with
training for the ACH billing. If we have any questions we can call Doug
direct and get answers.
City Clerk, Diane Baker, advised the council that the original Cannabis
Ordinance No. 19/20-12 approved at the January 13, 2020 council meeting
was actually incorrect. There was a reference of 3.75% tax in unincorporated
areas which doesn’t apply to the City of Wyoming. This statement was
removed from the ordinance and will be resubmitted.
Economic Development Advisor, Dennis Rewerts asked to schedule a
TIF Committee Meeting to go over 4 TIF applications. This would
include Ald. Hardman, Ald. Lindahl & Mayor Maher. The meeting will be
at the Paramount Theater on Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 6 p.m.

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Minutes from 4/27/2020

City Superintendent, Joe Kinsella requested we hire Quinlan Breese and
Seth King for summer help. They are both good workers and suggested
we raise their pay. A raise of $12.00 per hour was discussed. The
motion to approve hiring Quinlan Breese and Seth King for summer help

with a raise in pay of $12.00 per hour was made by Ald. Hardy and
seconded by Ald. Lindahl. Voice votes all ayes and the motion was
Motion to Adjourn was made by Ald. Hardy and seconded by Ald.
Breese. Voice votes all ayes and the meeting adjourned at 6:50 p.m.
Minutes submitted by,

Diane Baker
City Clerk