Lemont Village Board welcomes new employees
The Lemont Village Board met Feb. 13 to welcome new employees.
Here are the meeting's minutes, as provided by the board:
VILLAGE BOARD MEETING
Village Hall – 418 Main Street
February 13, 2017
The regular meeting of the Lemont Village Board was held on Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., with Mayor ProTem
Paul Chialdikas presiding.
I. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
II. ROLL CALL: Chialdikas, Miklos, Stapleton, Blatzer; present. Sniegowski, Virgilio, absent.
III. CONSENT AGENDA
Motion by Blatzer, seconded by Chialdikas, to approve the following items on the consent agenda by
A. Approval of Minutes
1. January 23, 2017 Village Board Meeting Minutes
B. Approval of Disbursements
C. Ordinance O-10-17 Approving the Village of Lemont’s No Cash Bid Offer for 13 West New
D. Ordinance O-11-17 Approving the Village of Lemont’s No Cash Bid Offer for 202 Stephen St.
E. Resolution R-8-17 for Maintenance of Streets and Highways by Municipality Under the
Illinois Highway Code-2017 Motor Fuel Tax Maintenance Program.
Roll Call: Chialdikas, Miklos, Stapleton, Blatzer; 4 ayes. Motion passed. Sniegowski, Virgilio
IV. MAYOR’S REPORT
A. Mayor Reaves wanted to congratulate the Lemont High School Cheerleading Team who
captured their 5th IHSA Medium Division State Championship on February 4th.
B. Mayor Reaves announced that Polish Heritage Days will be held on February 19. The Polish
flag will be flown prior to the event.
C. Mayor Reaves announced that Lithuanian Independence Day will be held on February 19.
The Lithuanian flag will be flown the week prior to the event.
D. Mayor Reaves announced that the State of the Village Address will be held on Thursday
March 2nd. Anyone who wishes to attend can register through the Chamber of Commerce.
E. Mayor Reaves announced that the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be on Saturday March 4th.
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F. Mayor Reaves welcomed two new employees to the Village of Lemont: Carol Rumbaugh
has begun with her position of Building Permit Tech in the Building Department, and
Georgene Karountzos will begin next Monday as Front Desk Clerk in the Finance
G. Mayor Reaves reminded all that there will not be a Committee of the Whole Meeting on
February 20th due to the President’s Day Holiday. The Vistancia Subdivision will be
discussed at the next Planning and Zoning Committee meeting in February.
H. Mayor Reaves gave an update on the State Budget. He stated that with an unapproved
budget, and the unknown cuts to municipalities and others, we don’t know what kind of
revenues we we’ll receive.
I. Audience Participation – None
V. Clerk’s Report
1. Ordinance O-12-17 Amending Ordinance O-36-04, an Ordinance Granting a Special Use
for a Planned Unite Development (PUD) on a 1.68 Acre Parcel, Located North of Talcott
Avenue, West of Holmes Street & Rezoning from Lemont B-2 & M-1 (Historic Central
Business District & Manufacturing District) to B-2 PUD (Historical Central Business
District Mixed Use Planned Unit Development) in Lemont, Illinois at 429 Avenue Known
at Talcott Street Development (Old Town Square) ED) (Stapleton)(Stein/Valone)
Motion by Stapleton, seconded by Blatzer, to adopt said Ordinance. Roll Call:
Chialdikas, Miklos, Stapleton, Blatzer; 4 ayes. Motion passed. Sniegowski, Virgilio;
1. Resolution R-9-17 Approving a Final Plat of Subdivision for a Property Located at
Talcott Avenue and Holmes Street, in Lemont, IL (Old Town Square) (ED) (Stapleton)
(Stein/Valone) Motion by Miklos, seconded by Blatzer, to adopt said ordinance. Roll
Call: Chialdikas, Miklos, Stapleton, Blatzer; 4 ayes. Motion passed. Sniegowski,
2. Resolution R-10-17 Authorizing Award of Contract for 2017 Water Main Replacement
Program State Street: Wend Street to Freehauf Street Timberline Drive Revalving:
Timberline Court to Evergreen Place. (Public Works) (Blatzer) (Pukula) Motion by
Blatzer, seconded by Miklos, to adopt said ordinance. Roll Call: Chialdikas, Miklos,
Stapleton, Blatzer; 4 ayes. Motion passed. Sniegowski, Virgilio; absent.
VI. Village Corporation Counsel/Deputy Village Administrator Report- None
VII. Village Administrator Report- None
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VIII. Board Reports
IX. Staff Reports
A. Police Department
1. Related to Crime Prevention, Chief Maton notified that there has been an increase in
burglary during working hours, repeatedly to business cash boxes. The Lemont Police
Department encouraged businesses to obtain a depositary safe for valuables and cash
to be stored securely.
X. Unfinished Business
XI. New Business
XII. Motion for Executive Session- Motion by Blatzer, seconded by Chialdikas, to move into Executive
Session to discuss Pending Litigation under 5ILCS 2 (C) 11 of the Open Meetings Act.
XIII. Motion to Adjourn
There being no further business, a motion was made by Stapleton, seconded by Miklos, to adjourn
the meeting at 7:06 p.m. VV 4 ayes. Motion passed. Sniegowski, Virgilio; absent.