Lockport City Council reviews resolution extending moratorium on tobacco shops
Lockport City Council met Wednesday, June 15.
Here is the agenda as provided by Lockport:
CITY OF LOCKPORT
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 2016 8:00 P.M. OR AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING
a. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
b. ROLL CALL:
d. AGENDA PARTICIPATION:
(Any person who wishes to speak on a topic that is on the Agenda of the Meeting shall fill out a Speaker Card before the start of the Meeting, either at the City Clerk’s Office, or may give to the City Clerk before the start of the Meeting itself, stating name, and topic on the Agenda to be discussed. Speaker Cards are required for each of the items the Speaker wishes to address. The purpose of the Cards is to obtain the spelling of name of the Speaker, contact information, and provide for efficient meeting administration. All Speakers shall comply with these rules, which shall be posted at the Speaker Sign-In desk and rulings of the City Clerk. Speakers shall be called by name to approach the podium by the City Clerk. A time limit of five (5) minutes shall be imposed on each Speaker.)
e. CONSENT AGENDA:
e.1. Regular City Council Meeting Minutes of June 1, 2016
Action: Motion to approve the June 1, 2016 Regular City Council Meeting Minutes of June 1, 2016 as presented.
June 1, 2016 Regular City Council Meeting Minutes
e.2. Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes of June 1, 2016
Action: Motion to approve the Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes of June 1, 2016 as presented.
June 1, 2016 Committee of the Whole Meeting Minutes
e.3. Payroll Period ending June 5, 2016
Action: Motion to approve the Payroll Period ending June 5, 2016 as presented.
e.4. Approval of Various Bills
Action: Motion to approve the Various Bills as presented.
f. APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES: (If not approved as a Consent Agenda Item)
g. APPROVAL OF PAYROLL: (If not approved as a Consent Agenda Item)
h. MAYOR’S REPORT:
i. CITY CLERK’S REPORT:
j. STAFF REPORT:
1. CITY ADMINISTRATOR:
2. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT:
3. FINANCE DIRECTOR:
4. POLICE CHIEF:
5. CITY ATTORNEY:
1. AT-1 T. Thanas, B. Benson, P. Hirth Memo 6/8/26 - Moratorium Extension on Tobacco/Head/Smoke Shops (includes Vape/E-Cig Shops)/Resolution No. 16-045
Action: Motion to pass Resolution No. 16-045/ A Resolution extending a Moratorium on Tobacco/Head/smoke Shops (includes Vape/E-Cig Shops)
Resolution No. 16-045
6. DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:
7. DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING:
1. ED-1 A. Wagner Memo 6/8/16 - 2016 ITEP Resolution - IL 171 Corridor Enhancement/Streetscape Project/Resolution No. 16-043
Action: Motion to pass Resolution No. 16-043/ A Resolution authorizing the Engineering Department, Mayor, and City Clerk, to apply for Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP) Funding, to provide all required information for the application, and to execute all required documentation.
Resolution No. 16-043
2. ED-2 A. Wagner Memo 6/9/16 - 2016 Cleveland & 11th Reconstruction Final Pay Estimate - Change Order/Resolution No. 16-044
Action: Motion to pass Resolution No. 16-044 / A Resolution authorizing a Contract change be approved in the amount of $38,440.16, for a Final Contract cost of $759,392.47 for the 2016 Cleveland & 11th Reconstruction Project.
Resolution No. 16-044
8. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS:
k. PERMANENT COMMITTEES:
1. PLAN & ZONING COMMISSION:
2. HERITAGE & ARCHITECTURE:
l. NEW BUSINESS - MISCELLANEOUS:
m. OPEN FLOOR FOR COMMENTS
(Comments will be heard on items that do not appear on the Agenda. The Public Comment portion of the Agenda shall be subject to a twenty (20) minutes limitation. A time limit of five (5) minutes shall be imposed on each Speaker.
The purpose of having Public Comments as an Agenda Item is to allow any person to make his/her views known to the City Council upon any subject of general or public interest.
The Council recognizes that Public Comments are for the purpose of legitimate inquiries and discussion by the Public, and not for the purpose of advancing arguments or repetitious questions concerning matters which the Council believes to be closed or not of general public concern.
The Council shall have the right during this period to decline to hear any person or subject matter upon proper motion and majority vote by the Council.
Each person wishing to speak during the Public Comment portion of the Agenda must fill out a Public Comment Speaker Card stating name, and the topic about which he/she wishes to speak as well as a sign-in sheet, and give to the City Clerk at the Meeting itself.
The purpose of the Cards is to obtain the spelling of the name of the Speaker, contact information, and provide for efficient meeting administration.
The order of speaking shall be based upon the order of sign-in with first person signing-in speaking first and so forth. If the twenty (20) minutes has elapsed before all Speakers who have signed up are allowed to speak, the City Council may elect to continue the time period.
However, if the City Council elects not to extend the time period those Speakers who signed up but did not speak may if they so choose to be placed on the next Agenda under the Public Comments Section and shall be placed at the top of the Sign-In Sheet in the same order they were in from the previous Sign-In Sheet.
All Speakers shall comply with these rules which shall be posted at the Speaker Sign-In desk and rulings of the City Clerk. )
OPEN MEETINGS EXEMPTIONS
2(c)(1) Appointments, Employment, Compensation, Discipline, Performance or Dismissal of specific Employees.
2(c)(2) Collective Bargaining Matters.
2(c)(3) Selection of a person to fill a Public Office, including a vacancy in a Public Office.
2(c)(5) Purchase or Lease of real property, including meetings held for the purpose of discussing whether a particular parcel should be acquired.
2(c)(6) The setting of a price for Sale or Lease of property owned by the public body.
2(c)(11) Litigation, when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the particular public body has been filed and is pending before a court or administrative tribunal, or when the public body finds that an action is probable or imminent, in which case the basis for the finding shall be recorded and entered into the minutes of the closed meeting
2(c)(21) Discussion of minutes of meetings lawfully closed under this Act, whether for purposes of approval by the body of the minutes or semi-annual review of the minutes as mandated by Section 2.06.
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