Joliet City Council met June 5.
Joliet City Council met June 5.
Here is the agenda provided by the Council:
Invocation: Pastor Darius Thomas Curtis, Brown Chapel AME Church of Joliet, 1502 E. Mills Road
Pledge To The Flag:
A.Mayor O’Dekirk – Appointments
III.Approval Of Agenda:
IV.Citizens To Be Heard On Agenda Items:
This section is for anyone wanting to speak regarding items listed on the agenda, except for items listed under Public Hearing. Anyone speaking on an agenda item is entitled to speak for a maximum of 4 minutes. It is not a question and answer period and staff and the City Council do not generally respond to public comments. The City Clerk has a copy of the public speaking procedures; please note speakers who engage in conduct injurious to the harmony of the Council shall be called to order by the Presiding Officer and may forfeit the opportunity to speak.
V.Council Committee Reports:
B.Diversity & Community Relations
All items under Consent Agenda are considered to be routine in nature and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council Member, City Manager or Corporation Counsel so requests, in which event, the item will be removed from Consent Agenda and considered in the Regular Agenda.
A.Approval of Minutes
1.Pre-Council Meeting – May 14, 2018
2.Council Meeting – May 15, 2018
B.Authorization to Approve Settlement Agreement: 10 MR 0165
C.Council Memo #287-18: Position Vacancies
VII.Licenses And Permit Applications:
A.Council Memo #289: Approval to Hold a Carnival June 22nd through June 24th at Joliet Memorial Stadium – Taste of Joliet
IX.Ordinances And Resolutions:
1.Council Memo #291-18: Ordinances Regarding 701 Plainfield Road
a.An Ordinance Approving/Resolution Denying a Variation of Use to Allow a B-3 Use in a B-1 District
b.An Ordinance Approving/Resolution Denying a Special Use Permit to Allow an Auto Tire and Repair Facility in an Existing Building, Located at 701 Plainfield Road
2.Council Memo #292-18: Ordinance Approving/Resolution Denying a Variation of Use to Allow the Continuation of a Two-Unit, an R-3 Use in an R-2 Zoning District, Located at 613 N. William Street
3.Council Memo #293-18: Ordinance Approving a First Amendment to a Special Use Permit to Increase the Height of an Existing Cellular Tower by an Additional 18’, Located at 1630 Essington Road
1.Council Memo #295-18: Resolution Appropriating Motor Fuel Tax Funds in the Amount of $432,557.30 for the Juniper Street / Richmond Street Roadway Project – MFT Sect. No. 18-00510-00-FP to PT Ferro Construction Co.
2.Council Memo #296-18: Resolution Approving a Lease Agreement for the Food/Beverage Space at the Gateway Center Train Station with John Georgouses for $500 a Month
3.Council Memo #297-18: Resolution Authorizing Execution of an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement Between the City of Joliet and the Joliet Park District (Taste of Joliet)
X.Bids And Contracts:
A.Award Of Contracts:
1.Council Memo #299-18: Request Authorization to Amend the 2018 Budget and Award a Contract for Municipal Enforcement Software and Implementation for an Amount not to Exceed $266,800
2.Council Memo #300-18: Request for Authorization to Award a Contract for the Juniper Street / Richmond Street Roadway Project – MFT Sect. No. 18-00510-00-FP to P.T. Ferro Construction Co. in the Amount of $443,319.80
3.Council Memo #301-18: Request for Authorization to Purchase Pavilion Materials from Parkreation Inc. in the Amount of $48,875.00 for the Joliet Route 66 Baseball Stadium
4.Council Memo #302-18: Request for Authorization to Award a Contract for the 2018 Sewer Root Control Program to Duke’s Root Control Inc. in the Amount of $99,085.50
5.Council Memo #303-18: Request Authorization to Amend the 2018 Budget and to Purchase a Ford Utility AWD Interceptor for Fire Department from Rod Baker Ford for $32,395
6.Council Memo #304-18: Request Authorization to Award a Contract for Healthcare & Workers’ Compensation Consulting Services with Gallagher Benefit Services for $76,000 for One Year of Healthcare Consulting Services and $109,500 for Three Years of Workers’ Compensation Insurance Program Consulting Services
7.Council Memo #305-18: Request Authorization to Amend the 2018 Budget and Purchase a Ford Transit Cargo Van for the Operating Engineers from Rod Baker Ford for $26,882
8.Council Memo #306-18: Request for Authorization to Amend the 2018 Budget and to Purchase One E-One Typhoon Fire Engine for the Fire Department from Fire Service Incorporated for $586,429
B.Amendments, Change Orders And Payments:
1.Council Memo #308-18: Request Authorization to Approve Change Order No. 2 and Final for the 2017-2018 Snow Removal for the Downtown City Center Area and the Commuter Lot Area in the Amount of $11,696.00 to George’s Landscaping Inc.
2.Council Memo #309-18: Request Authorization to Approve Change Order No. 1 in the Amount of ($587,744.89) and Payment Request No. 6 and Final in the Amount of $237,561.51 for the Glenwood Avenue Water Main Improvements to Austin Tyler Construction
3.Council Memo #310-18: Request Authorization to Approve Claims Reconciliation True-Up in the Amount of $55,278.00
4.Council Memo #311-18: Authorization to Approve Change Order No. 1 in the Amount of $7,000.00 and Payout Request No. 2 and Final in the Amount of $51,177.25 to Alliance Demolition Service Inc. for the Demolition of 121 North Chicago Street
5.Council Memo #312-18: Authorization to Approve Change Order No. 1 in the Amount of $7,480.00 to Lindblad Construction Company of Joliet Inc. for the Closure of the Pedestrian Walkway at 110 N Ottawa Street as Part of the Demolition of 121 North Chicago Street
XII.New Business (Not For Final Action Or Recommendation):
This section is for anyone wanting to speak regarding non-agenda items and are allowed a maximum of 4 minutes. It is not a question and answer period and staff and the City Council do not generally respond to public comments. The City Clerk has a copy of the public speaking procedures; please note, speakers who engage in conduct injurious to the harmony of the Council shall be called to order by the Presiding Officer and may forfeit the opportunity to speak.
XIV.Mayor And Council Comments: