Joliet City Pre Council will meet June 18.
Joliet City Pre Council will meet June 18.
Here is the agenda provided by the Council:
A.Alternative Water Source Study – Acting Director of Public Works Allison Swisher
B.Chicago Street Corridor Plan – Director of Planning Michael Schwarz
IV.Approval Of Agenda:
V.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.
VII.Council Committee Reports:
C.Land Use and Legislative
VIII.Consent Agenda: 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 – June 4, 2018
2.Council Meeting – June 5, 2018
B.Invoices Paid Report
C.Notice of Combined Council Meeting Monday, July 2, 2018 at 5:30 p.m., Billie Limacher Bicentennial Park, 201 W. Jefferson Street, Joliet
Notice of Meeting Cancellation
D.Council Memo #313-18: 2017 Annual Treasurer’s Report
E.Council Memo #314-18: Position Vacancies
IX.Licenses And Permit Applications:
A.Council Memo #316-18: Application for a Drive Thru Permit for a Circle K Car Wash at 3021 Plainfield Road
A.Council Memo #317-18: Resolution Approving the First Amendment to an Annexation Agreement to Extend the Expiration Date an Additional 20 Years Located at 240 Zurich Road (To Be Tabled)
XI.Ordinances And Resolutions:
1.Council Memo #319-18: Ordinance Approving/Resolution Denying a Variation of Use to Allow the Continuation of a Two-Unit, an R-3 (One and Two Family) Use in an R-2 (Single-Family) Zoning District, Located at 613 N. William Street
2.Council Memo #320-18: Ordinances Regarding Ketone Business Center Subdivision
a.Ordinance Approving the Revised Preliminary Plat of Ketone Business Center Subdivision (P-5-18)
b.Ordinance Approving the Final Plat of Ketone Business Center Subdivision Unit 2 (FP-4-18)
c.Ordinance Approving the Recording Plat of Ketone Business Center Subdivision Unit 2 (RP-5-18)
3.Council Memo #321-18: Ordinance Adding Chapter 20, Conditions Detrimental to Health – Public Nuisance, Article I, Nuisances, Division 3, Feeding of Wild Animals and Waterfowl (Regulations on the Feeding of Wild Animals and Waterfowl)
4.Council Memo #322-18: Ordinance Amending Chapter 20 – Conditions Detrimental to Health – Public Nuisance Division 2 – Residential and Commercial Structure Public Nuisance Code (Regulations on Abandoned Gasoline Service Stations)
5.Council Memo #323-18: Ordinance Amending Chapter 19, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, Article II, Parking, Division 1, Sec. 19-139, Prohibited Parking Areas Enumerated Regulating the Parking of Vehicles on Private Property in the City of Joliet, Illinois
6.Council Memo #324-18: Ordinance Amending Chapter 4, Liquor Code, Creating Liquor and Tobacco Code, Repealing Business License Sections Dealing with Tobacco Licenses, Placing Tobacco Licenses Under the Purview of the Liquor Commissioner, Creating Liquor and Tobacco Commissioner
7.Council Memo #325-18: Ordinance Amending Chapter 18, Article III, Creating License Requirement for Video Gaming Distributors, Repealing Chapter 13, Article II, Vending Machines and Ordinance Amending Chapter 18, Article I, License and Business Regulations, Section 18-20
8.Council Memo #326-18: Ordinance Amending the 2018 Annual Budget and Authorizing Payment of the First $500,000 Payment to Will County for the Will County Courthouse Project
1.Council Memo #328-18: Resolution Adopting the Chicago Street Corridor Plan
2.Council Memo #329-18: Resolution Appropriating Motor Fuel Tax Funds, in the Amount of $297,439.25, for the Washington Street Over Hickory Creek Bridge Improvement Project – 2018 – MFT Sect. No. 16-00499-00-BR with D Construction Inc.
3.Council Memo #330-18: Resolution Appropriating Motor Fuel Tax Funds, in the Amount of $39,739.00, for the Phase III Engineering Services for the Washington Street Over Hickory Creek Bridge Improvement Project – 2018 – MFT Sect. No. 16-00499-00-BR with Patrick Engineering Inc.
4.Council Memo #331-18: Resolution Authorizing the Acquisition of Parcel 30-07-14-101-018-0000 in the amount of $4,678.00
5.Council Memo #332-18: Resolution Authorizing the Acquisition of Parcel 30-07-22-500-002-0000 in the Amount of $5,500.00
6.Council Memo #333-18: Resolution Imposing a Moratorium on the Authorizing a 6 Month Moratorium on Gun Dealers
XII.Bids And Contracts:
A.Award Of Contracts:
1.Council Memo #335-18: Request for Authorization to Award a Contract, in the amount of $297,439.25, for the Washington Street Over Hickory Creek Bridge Improvement Project - 2018 - MFT Sect. No. 16-00499-00-BR with D Construction Inc.
2.Council Memo #336-18: Request for Authorization to Award a Professional Services Agreement for the Phase III Engineering Services, in the Amount of $39,739.00, for the Washington Street Over Hickory Creek Bridge Improvement Project – 2018 – MFT Sect. No. 16-00499-00-BR with Patrick Engineering Inc.
3.Council Memo #337-18: Request for Authorization to Approve a Professional Services Agreement, in the amount of $278,700.00, to Crawford, Murphy & Tilly for the Alternative Water Source Study Phase I
4.Council Memo #338-18: Request for Authorization to Approve Public Utilities Scada (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) System Maintenance Service Contract - 2018, in the Amount of $30,000.00, to Wunderlich-Malec
B.Amendments, Change Orders And Payments: None.
XIV.Public Comments: 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.
XV.Closed Session to discuss the following subjects:
Personnel: The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific City employees (5 ILCS 5/12-/2(c)(1))
Collective Bargaining: Collective negotiating matters and salary schedules for one or more classes of City employees (5 ILCS 5/120/2(c)(2))
Land Acquisition or Conveyance: The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the City, including whether a particular parcel should be acquired, or the setting of a price for the sale or lease of property owned by the City (5ILCS 5/120/2(c)(5,6))
Pending or Threatened Litigation: A pending legal action against, affecting or on behalf of the City or a similar legal action that is probable or imminent (5 ILCS 5/120/2(c)(11))