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Village of Justice Board Meeting met Jan. 27

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Feb 8, 2020

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Village of Justice met at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27.

Here is the agenda provided by the Board:

Call to Order:

Pledge of Allegiance:

Roll Call:

Public Comments: Individuals are given the opportunity to comment or ask questions about the agenda for tonight’s meeting. Comments related to topics other than those on this agenda will be given time at the end of the meeting to discuss.

Approval of Minutes:

Motion: To approve the minutes of the January 13, 2019 board meeting as submitted or, if necessary as corrected.

Village President’s Report: President Kris Wasowicz

• Any matters for the record including:

Village Clerk’s Report: Suzanne Small, Village Clerk

• Any matters for the record including:

• Census Matters / No Accountability letter

Committee Reports:

Public Utilities: Trustee Allen

Any matters for the record including:

• Motion: To approve a proposal from ECS Midwest, LLC for Geotechnical Engineering Services for the 83rd Street Project at a cost of $3,700

Finance and Insurance: Trustee Kuban

Any matters for the record including:

• Motion: To approve posted payables of $42,648.29; MFT expenses of $7,977.88, TIF#4 expenses of $107,485.06, Capital expenses of $52,940.40, Recurring expenses of $218,307.69 and payroll earnings of $171,923.74 (with taxes) for a total of $601,286.06

• Motion: To approve Ordinance 2020-07 An Ordinance Authorizing and Providing for the Issuance of The $900,000 Taxable General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2020a and the $890,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source) Series 2020b of the Village of Justice, Cook County, Illinois, and for the Levy of a Direct Annual Tax Sufficient to Pay the Principal and Interest on Said Bonds

• Motion: To approve Ordinance No. 2020-08: An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Administration, Article XVI, Taxation, Division 7, Motor Fuel Tax, of the Justice Municipal Code

• Updates

Admin, Communications and Recreation: Trustee Mills

• Any matters for the record including:

• Motion: To approve the use of the Lipinski Center on 3/31/2020 to host the SWCM dinner and meeting

• Motion: To approve payment of $75.00 for annual membership for Justice Chamber of Commerce

• Announcement of the annual SWCM local government and Vendor expo that is scheduled for March 14, 2020 at the Belvedere Chateau, 8055 West 103rd Street, Palos Hills, IL. This year it is free for elected officials and staff. More details and registration information to follow

• Motion: To terminate Blooming Facilities, LLC for cleaning of the Lipinski Center and the Village Hall with 30-day notice of termination immediately after approval.

• Motion: To hire D&M Industrial Janitorial Services, Inc, for cleaning of the Village Hall at $141.25 per week starting immediately after the 30-day termination of previous company.

• Motion: To hire Jorko & J Inc. for cleaning services at the Lipinski Center for $80.00 per cleaning up to 4 hours and $20.00 per hour after initial 4 hours starting immediately after the 30-day termination of previous company.

Public Safety and Human Services: Trustee Obrochta

Any matters for the record including:

Economic Dev. and Business Licenses: Trustee Rusch

Any matters for the record including:

• Motion: To approve a new home occupation license to: EZ 2 Cargo Trucking INC. operating a home office for a transportation business located at 8828 Concord Lane, Unit G, Justice

• Economic Planning Updates

Buildings, Zoning and Ordinances: Trustee Oszakiewski

Any matters for the record including:

• Notice of the scheduling of a Zoning Board meeting for the Public Hearing for Petition # 2019-01, & Petition # 2019-02 to be held on Tuesday, February 4, 2019, at 7:00 PM for # 2019-01, & 7:30 PM, or immediately thereafter, for #2019-02.

Attorney’s Report:


Old Business:

New Business: Scheduling of Committee Meetings

Public Comments:

Possible Executive Session:

a) Collective negotiating matters between public employers and their employees or representatives.

b) Deliberations concerning salary schedules for one of more classes of municipal employees

c) Meeting where the purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body is being considered. Discussion must involve a specific piece of property

d) To discuss litigation when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the body has been filed. or finds that such an action is probable or imminent

e) To consider the appointment, employment compensation, discipline performance or dismissal of specific employees or classes of employee


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