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Council Meeting                                                                                                                                  December 29, 2022
Council Chambers: 

​ROLL CALL:  The City Council of Lincoln Center convened in special session at 7:30 a.m. with Mayor Travis Schwerdtfager presiding. The purpose of the meeting was to conduct year-end business. Councilmembers present: Angela K. Corpstein, Brennan Johnson, Elijah Keever and Melodee Larsen. Officials present: Clerk Heather N. Hillegeist.

MINUTES:  Upon motion by Corpstein, seconded by Larsen, minutes of the December 12, 2022, regular meeting were approved as written.

PAYROLL VOUCHER:  Payroll Voucher No. 22-12, for December wages and salaries in the amount of $48,009.63, was presented. A motion by Johnson, seconded by Corpstein, to approve said Payroll Voucher, carried.

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:  An Accounts Payable list was reviewed. Unpaid invoices received to date totaled $169,790.99. Upon motion by Larsen, seconded by Johnson, all invoices to date, including CDBG 20-PF-029 final payment to Deep Creek Construction, LLC. Pay Request No. 15 $108,642.90, were approved for payment.  

BEER LICENSES:  Applications for renewal of Cereal Malt Beverage Licenses had been received from K K Smith, Inc., d/b/a Lincoln Grocery; and Dollar General. Each application was accompanied by the appropriate fee. Larsen moved to issue 2023 Cereal Malt Beverage Licenses to each applicant. Motion seconded by Corpstein, carried.

TRANSFER FUNDS:  A motion was made by Larsen, seconded by Corpstein, to transfer $45,000.00 from the General Fund to the Equipment Reserve Fund. Motion carried.

Upon motion by Larsen, seconded by Johnson, the transfer of $30,000.00 from the Water Fund, $100,000.00 from the Electric Fund, $15,000.00 from the Sewer Fund, to the City’s Utility Reserve Funds as scheduled in the 2022 budget, was approved.

PERSONNEL:  A letter of resignation for retirement was received by the Governing Body from Superintendent Meyer after 41 years of service effective February 1, 2023.  

ADJOURN:  There being no further business, Keever moved to adjourn. Motion seconded by Johnson, carried. Council adjourned at 7:36 a.m.



                                                                                    /s/ Heather N. Hillegeist
                                                                                    City Clerk




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