Palos Heights City Council met March 19
Palos Heights City Council met March 19.
Here is the agenda provided by the council:
1. CALL TO ORDER
3. ROLL CALL
4. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
A. Recognition of Anne Girzadas for her many years of volunteer service in the Farmer’s Market.
5. CONSENT AGENDA
A. Approval of Minutes:
1. City Council Meeting, March 5, 2019
2. Appropriation Public Hearing, March 5, 2019
B. Approval of Payroll and Voucher List for the period ending March 15, 2019.
OPENING OF SEALED BIDS
REPORTS OF CITY OFFICIALS
6. General Remarks and Updates.
7. Motion to adopt an Ordinance Increasing the Number of Class F Liquor Licenses by one (1) for Oak Hills Country Club – James Tourloukis, 13200 S. 76th Avenue (new owner).
8. Motion to approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRDGC) for construction and perpetual maintenance of a flood control project in the vicinity of 131st Street and Cypress Lane.
9. Treasurer’s Report for the month ending February 28, 2019.
10. Motion to approve the Treasurer’s Report for the month ending February 28, 2019.
CITIZENS WISHING TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL* (Please move to the podium.)
7607 W. College Drive
Palos Heights, IL 60463
MAYOR Robert S. Straz
CITY CLERK Thomas Kantas CITY TREASURER James Daemicke CITY ATTORNEY Tom Brown
WARD 1 WARD 2 WARD 3 WARD 4
Jeffrey Key Jack Clifford Alan Fulkerson Michael McGrogan
Donald Bylut Robert Basso Dolores Kramarski Jerry McGovern
REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES
Finance: Chairperson Alderman Fulkerson
Public Safety: Chairperson Alderman McGovern
Municipal Grounds and Property: Chairperson Alderman Basso
11. Motion to approve the purchase of 6 city entrance/welcome signs from Metalcraft Industries Inc. for $19,447.22.
Planning and Zoning: Chairperson Alderman Clifford
Recreation: Chairperson Alderman Key
12. Motion to approve the low bid and award a contract to Country Landscape and Supply Inc. for the Swimming Pool Concrete Improvements project in the amount of $99,948.13.
13. Motion to approve the Upland Design proposal for the Palmer Park redevelopment project for $60,225.
Roads and Construction: Chairperson Alderman Kramarski
14. Motion to approve a request from Spaceco Inc. for reduction of bond retainage to the 15% maintenance bond of $67,561.50 for the Park Villa Nursing & Rehab project.
15. Motion to approve a partial payment to IDOT in the amount of $66,333.82 for the Ridgeland Avenue
16. Motion to approve proceeding to Phase 2, Design Engineering, for the 123rd Street project with Morris Engineering for $138,656.90.
17. Motion to authorize the Public Works Director to go out for bid on the preliminary Roads list for the 2019 MFT Roads Program.
License, Permits & Franchises: Chairperson Alderman McGrogan
18. Motion to approve a request from Sertoma Centre for a Temporary Sign Permit to allow the placement of signs at various locations around the City, advertising a Housewares Super Sale being held on March 30-31.
19. Motion to approve a request from Kathy Lachowicz/Alan B. Shepard High School to allow the placement of signs at various locations around the City to advertise their Craft Show held on April 6.
Water and Sewer: Chairperson Alderman Bylut
REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES
Business/Economic Development: Chairperson Alderman Key
Ad Hoc Cable TV: Chairperson Alderman Fulkerson
CITIZENS WISHING TO ASK QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS EVENING’S BUSINESS* (Please move to the Podium.)