January 2018 City Council Meeting Minutes

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Bellechester City Council

January 10, 2018


Meeting was called to order by Mayor Keegan Quinn at 6:30 p.m.

Pledge to the flag.

  • Roll call was taken:  The council in attendance:  Mayor Keegan Quinn, Council people Jason Nurnberg, Doug Majerus, Tim Tarras and Rich Majerus as well as clerk Greg Ruehl.   Absent Council Kyle McKeown.
  • Minutes of December 2017 meeting were approved with motion was made by Rich Majerus with a second by Tim Tarras to approve the minutes as modified.  Motion carried.
  • Bills were reviewed and a motion by Jason Nurnberg with a second by Rich Majerus to approve and pay the bills as presented.  Motion carried.

New business:

  • Appointments for 2018 need to be assigned.  Motion was made by Rich Majerus to keep the same appointments as for 2018 with a 2nd by Jason Nurnberg.  Motion carried.

Acting Mayor: Jason Nurnberg              Ambulance:    Tim Tarras                Bank: First Farmers & Merchants

Fire Association: Rich & Doug Majerus    Attorney: Tom Gorman                  Paper: News Record

City Engineer: Matt Mohs form WSB

  • Motion made to adopt resolution taking back the Board of Appeals for both Wabasha and Goodhue counties made by Rich Majerus with a second by Tim Tarras. Motion Carried.

Clerk Report

  • End of year tasks being addressed.

Treasurer Report

  • Shut off letters will be sent.

Mayor Concerns:

  • Mayor Quinn will not seek re-election after the 2018 term is complete.


Motion was made by Jason Nurnberg with a second by Tim Tarras  to adjourn the meeting.  Motion carried.  Meeting was adjourned at 6:42 pm.


Submitted by Greg Ruehl – City Clerk


Reminder – Street Parking Ordinance #27 is in effect –  No Motor vehicle shall be left parked on any street(s) in the city from Nov. 1-April 1 for the hours of 2am until 6am with snow fall of more than 2”.

Recycling – Please recycle whenever you can. There is a recycling bin located on the north end of town by GB Feed and Supply.  By recycling, this will keep our garbage rates from rising.