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Village of Plainfield President and the Board of Trustees met June 17

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Aug 26, 2019

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Village of Plainfield President and the Board of Trustees met June 17.

Here is the minutes provided by the board:

BOARD PRESENT: M.COLLINS, C.LARSON, L.NEWTON, B.WOJOWSKI, , H.BENTON, M.BONUCHI, AND K.CALKINS. OTHERS PRESENT: B.MURPHY, VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR; J.HARVEY, ATTORNEY; M.GIBAS, VILLAGE CLERK; M.ADDEBUTO, ENGINEER; A.PERSONS, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR; J.PROULX, PLANNING DIRECTOR; L.SPIRES, BUILDING INSPECTOR; 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 40 persons in the audience.

PRESIDENTIAL COMMENTS 

Mayor Collins presented a plaque outgoing Police Commissioner Michael Nott and thanked him for his years of service.

Chief Konopek presented:

2018 Officer of the Year—Jeremiah" Zach" Zigterman

2018 Civilian of the Year— Claudine Paler

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. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

2) CONSENT AGENDA 

Trustee Larson moved to approve the Consent Agenda to include:

a) Approval of the Minutes ofthe Board Meeting held June 3, 2019. 

b) Bills Paid and Bills Payable Reports for June 17, 2019. 

c) Cash & Investment, Revenue, and Expenditure Reports for May, 2019. Second by Trustee Bonuchi. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

3) 15809 S. ROUTE 59 REDEVELOPMENT (PC CASE # 1835- 041019.V/SPR 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to adopt Ordinance No. 3416, granting approval of a variance to permit a rear yard setback encroachment of 17 feet, six inches ( 17' 6") for redevelopment of the property commonly known as 15809 S. Route 59. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Wojowski moved to approve the site plan review for the proposed 7-Eleven gas station and convenience store for the property commonly known as 15809 S. Route 59, subject to the stipulations noted in the staff report. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

4) AXE FACTOR SPECIAL USE (PC CASE #1838-050119.SU) 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to adopt Ordinance No. 3417, granting approval of a special use for private recreation for the business commonly known as Axe Factor located at 13717 S. Route 30, Units 105 and 107, subject to the stipulations noted in the staff report. Second by Trustee Wojowski. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 1 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

5) WILLOW TREE FARM (PC CASE #1827-010219.AA/SU/PP) 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to open a Public Hearing regarding a proposed annexation agreement for the project commonly known as Willow Tree Farm at the southeast corner of Illinois Route 126 and Drauden Road and to continue the Public Hearing to the July 1, 2019 meeting of the Board of Trustees. Second by Trustee Newton. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

6) LANSDOWNE (F/K/A BRUMMEL) ANNEXATION AGREEMENT AMENDMENT PC CASE #1840- 052319.AAA) 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to open a Public Hearing regarding a proposed annexation agreement amendment for the project commonly known as Lansdowne located north of 127th Street and west of Book Road and to continue the Public Hearing to the July 1, 2019 meeting of the Board of Trustees. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

7) ESSINGTON SPORTS CLUB ANNEXATION AGREEMENT AMENDMENT (PC CASE# 1841- 052819.AAA) 

Trustee Larson moved to open a Public Hearing regarding a proposed amendment to the annexation agreement for the property commonly known as the Essington Sports Club, located north of Illinois Route 126 and east and west of Essington Road. Second by Trustee Wojowski. Voice Vote. All in favor, 0 opposed. Motion carried.

Trustee Bonuchi moved to close the Public Hearing and return to the regular business meeting. Second by Trustee Newton. Voice Vote. All in favor, 0 opposed. Motion carried.

Trustee Bonuchi moved to direct the Village Attorney to prepare an ordinance granting approval of the proposed second amendment to the annexation agreement with the Essington Sports Group, Ltd. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

ADMINISTRATOR' S REPORT

No Report.

MANAGEMENT SERVICES REPORT

No Report.

ENGINEER' S REPORT 

No Report.

PLANNING DEPARTMENT REPORT 

No Report.

BUILDING DEPARTMENT REPORT 

Mr. Lonnie Spires presented the Building and Code Enforcement Report for May, 2019.

PUBLIC WORKS REPORT Trustee Benton moved to purchase a John Deere 624L Tractor-Endloader, for biosolids handling at the Wastewater Treatment Facility, from West Side Tractor Sales Co. in the amount of$208,977.53. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Newton moved to authorize the purchase of a new Dump Truck Body to be installed on the Village' s 2006 Sterling Truck from Monroe Truck Equipment Inc. at the total cost of$26,989.00. Second by Trustee Bonuchi. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Larson moved to authorize the purchase of an HTC Hydraulic Truck Conveyor from Kankakee Truck Equipment Inc., at the total cost of$ 16, 400. 00. Second by Trustee Benton. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Bonuchi moved to authorize the purchase of a 2019 Enclosed Landscaping Trailer from the supplier that provided the lowest proposal, Morris Trailer Sales Inc., at the total cost of$ 11, 527.00. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Larson moved to waive the bidding and authorize Adler Roofing and Sheet Metal Inc., the contractor providing the lowest proposal, to replace the Control-Laboratory Building Roof at the Wastewater Treatment Facility at a total cost of$25,200.00. Second by Trustee Bonuchi. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Bonuchi moved to approve the continuation of the contract with USALCO to provide alum, needed for operations at the Wastewater Treatment Facility, including the CPI-U contractual increase of 1. 2% at a new cost of$ 174.9748 per wet ton. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Trustee Bonuchi moved to approve the professional service agreement with Strand Associates, Inc for the Lockport Street Sidewalk Project in an amount not to exceed $ 73, 400. 00. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

POLICE CHIEF' S REPORT 

Trustee Bonuchi moved to authorize the purchase of one ( 1) Virtual Driver Interactive dVT34c driving simulator from Virtual Driver Interactive in the amount of$ 13, 325. 00. Second by Trustee Larson. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Chief Konopek presented the Operations Report for May, 2019.

ATTORNEY' S REPORT

Trustee Larson moved to keep the executive session minutes confidential. Second by Trustee Wojowski. Vote by roll call. Larson, yes; Newton, yes; Wojowski, yes; Benton, yes; Bonuchi, yes; Calkins, yes. 6 yes, 0 no. Motion carried.

Mayor Collins read the reminders.

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

The meeting adjourned at 7: 51 p.m.

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