Tampico Approves Licenses16:05 PM April 24, 2018
Liquor license renewals was among the actions taken by the Tampico Village Board at their meeting on April 17.
The board approved the renewal of liquor licenses for Casey’s General Store, Kickback Saloon, and the Tampico Men’s Club for Tampico Festive Days. A renewal of the mechanical amusement license for the Kickback Saloon was also approved. Kickback owner Bonnie Anderson requested to have her operating hours extended until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday night during Tampico Festive Days. The board took no action, but she asked for a decision by June 1.
Mayor Kris Hill said the city is doing its best to complete projects at the city ball diamonds. She added that volunteers and material donations are more than welcome and to contact her for additional information.
She reminded residents with warmer weather settling in it is a great time to cleanup yards.
Approval was given to vacate an alley located in block 40, formerly known as the Olson property, in the village.
A donation of $50 was approved for the Prophetstown High School post-prom event.
Gave permission to the mayor to seek bids and negotiate a wholesale electricity rate for the village with the support of Rock River Energy Services.
Accepted the resignation of Bridget Moffit from the recreation board. The board will seek recommendations for a replacement and village residency is not a requirement.
An ordinance to add a local fee to cable television bills in the village died due to the lack of a motion. Mayor Hill said she wanted to bring the issue before the full Council although she was not favor of the fee.
The village council's next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 1 at 7:00 p.m.