Shelbyville Daily Union


May 10, 2013

Shelbyville City Council begins new year


“This is not the big grant money yet, but this is from local support. And not just local, but across the country,” McConnell said.

Commissioner Shoaff reported that work has started on removing and relocating antennas on the west water tower. Commissioner Johnson reported that work on South 5th and Hickory has been delayed because of the rain.

In other action, the council approved the following appointments: Carrie Jones, City Clerk; Becky Pierson, Deputy City Clerk; John Freeman, City Attorney; David Tallman, Chief of Police; Alan Spesard, City Engineer; David Kessler, Building Commissioner.

The council also approved the following Boards and Commissions appointments: Tom Coventry and Mike Canada, Zoning Board of Appeals - 3 year term; Lynn Kearney, Planning and Zoning Commission - 3 year term; Robert Niestradt, Board of Police Commissioners - 3 year term; Sarah Bitzer, Brenda Shoaff, and Marsha Maxedon, Cemetery Board of Managers - 2 year term; Jerry Yockey, Police Pension Fund Board of Trustees - 2 year term.

The Liquor Commission approved the following licenses: Class A - Aultman Enterprises, Inc., Katheryn Zeidler, Iron Keg, LLC, CKW Enterprises, LLC; Class B - NPC International, Inc., Lithia Springs Marina, Inc., Pizza Man, Inc.; Class C - Ramsey and Sanders, Inc.; Class E - American Legion, VFW, Moose; Class F - Pete Vitale, Third Time, Inc., Chapala Mexican Grill, Inc.; Class G - SCCS Ventures, Inc., Class H - Niemann Foods, Inc., Highland Park CVS, LLC, WalMart Stores, Inc.; Class I - Joseph’s Landing LLC, Casey’s Retail Co., FKG Oil Co., Jessie & Richie, Inc.

The council approved the following disposal services licenses: Shelby Disposal, Advance Midwest, Wasson, Matchbox, and Doty Sanitation

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