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Village of Plainfield Board of Trustees met May 20

By Michael Abella | Aug 14, 2019


Village of Plainfield Board of Trustees met May 20.

Here is the minutes provided by the board:

BOARD PRESENT: M.COLLINS, M.BONUCHI, K.CALKINS, C.LARSON, L.NEWTON, B.WOJOWSKI, AND H.BENTON. OTHERS PRESENT: B.MURPHY, VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR; J.HARVEY, ATTORNEY; M.GIBAS, VILLAGE CLERK; S. AMANN, ENGINEER; A.PERSONS, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR; J.PROULX, PLANNING DIRECTOR; K.GOSKA, BUILDING OFFICIAL; T.PLECKHAM, MANAGEMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR; AND J.KONOPEK, CHIEF OF POLICE.

CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, PLEDGE 

Mayor Collins called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Roll call was taken, all Trustees were present. Mayor Collins led the Pledge ofAllegiance. There were approximately 13 persons in the audience.

PRESIDENTIAL COMMENTS 

Mayor Collins proclaimed May 19-25, 2019 as National Public Works Week.

TRUSTEES COMMENTS

No Comments.

PUBLIC COMMENTS (3- 5 minutes)

No Comments.

BUSINESS MEETING

1) APPROVAL OF AGENDA 

Trustee Larson moved to approve the Agenda. Second by Trustee Newton. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

2) CONSENT AGENDA 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to approve the Consent Agenda to include:

a) Approval of the Minutes of the Board Meeting held May 6, 2019. 

b) Bills Paid and Bills Payable Reports for May 20, 2019. 

c) Cash& Investments, Revenue, and Expenditure Reports for April, 2019. 

d) Approve an amended employment contract with Brian P. Murphy, the Village Administrator, effective May 1, 2019. 

e) Renewal of the annual license maintenance contract from ESRI in the amount of $12,000.00. 

Second by Trustee Newton. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

3) 23855 W. ANDREW RD / 12249 S. RHEA DR. (PC CASE #1828- 021119. AA/ REZ) 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to continue to the Public Hearing regarding the annexation agreement for the properties commonly known as 23855 W. Andrew Road (PIN 07-01-27-108-002-0000) and 12249 S. Rhea Drive (PIN 07-01-27-108-001-0000) to the June 3, 2019 meeting of the Board of Trustees. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

4) 12191 S. RHEA DR. (PC CASE #1829- 021419. AA/ REZ) 

Trustee Larson moved to continue the Public Hearing regarding the annexation agreement for the property commonly known as 12191 S. Rhea Drive (PIN 07-01-27-101-026-0000) to the June 3, 2019 meeting of the Board of Trustees. Second by Trustee Wojowski. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

5) 16417 S. FOREST EDGE ANNEXATION (PC CASE #1830-021919. AA) 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to adopt Ordinance No. 3412, authorizing the Village President to execute an Annexation Agreement for the property commonly known as 16417 S. Forest Edge. Second by Trustee Newton. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Bonuchi moved to adopt Ordinance No. 3413, annexing the subject property. Second by Trustee Newton. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

6) 14930 S. ILLINOIS STREET LANDMARK DESIGNATION (HPC CASE #1832-031819. HPC) 

Trustee Newton moved to adopt Ordinance No. 3414, granting approval of the property at 14930 S. Illinois Street as a Village of Plainfield Historic Landmark based on the criteria outlined in the staff report. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

7) 2020 CENSUS COMPLETE COUNT COMMITTEE 

Trustee Newton moved to adopt Resolution No. 1769, a Resolution Establishing a Complete Count Committee in the Village of Plainfield to Promote Participation in the 2020 Census to be Conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. Second by Trustee Wojowski. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

8) VERIZON WATER TOWER AGREEMENT (PC CASE #1831-022819. SPR) 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to approve the proposed Water Tower Lease Agreement between the Village of Plainfield and Chicago SMSA Limited Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless, and to authorize the Village President to execute the lease agreement and any related documents. Second by Trustee Larson.

Mr. Allen Persons, Public works Director, reviewed the agreement.

Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Larson moved to approve the site plan review for the proposed Verizon at-grade ancillary equipment pad to be located at 24106 W. Renwick Road, subject to the stipulations noted in the staff report. Second by Trustee Newton. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

ADMINISTRATOR' S REPORT

No Report.

MANAGEMENT SERVICES REPORT

Mr. Rick Kaczanko, IT Director, reviewed the terms of the agreement.

Trustee Bonuchi moved to enter into a 36-month fair market value lease for twelve copier/multi- function devices from COTG—A Xerox Company at a monthly cost of $1,523.22 and a per page cost as outlined in the staffreport. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

ENGINEER' S REPORT

No Report.

PLANNING DEPARTMENT REPORT

No Report.

BUILDING DEPARTMENT REPORT 

Mr. Ken Goska presented the Building and Code Enforcement Report for April, 2019.

PUBLIC WORKS REPORT 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to authorize the Village President to award the 2019 Non-MFT Street Improvement Program to PT Ferro Construction Co., the low bidder, at a total cost not to exceed $2,974,332.73. Second by Trustee Newton. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Newton moved to purchase ( 8) NC-350 traffic counting devices and related materials from John Thomas Inc. in the amount of$ 11, 892.36. Second by Trustee Wojowski. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no.

Motion carried.

POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT 

Trustee Newton moved to adopt Ordinance No. 3415, authorizing the sale of personal property. Second by Trustee Bonuchi. Vote by roll call. Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes; Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Chief Konpek presented the Operations Report for April, 2019.

ATTORNEY' S REPORT

No Report.

Mayor Collins read the reminders.

Trustee Newton moved to adjourn. Second by Trustee Larson. Voice Vote. All in favor, 0 opposed. Motion carried.

The,meeting adjourned at 7.! 0 p.m.

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