City of Litchfield City Council met June 6
City of Litchfield City Council met June 6.
Here is the agenda as provided by the council:
Call Meeting to Order
Pledge to Flag
Recognition of Visitors and Special Guests
Public Participation Applicant Comments
1.A motion to accept the minutes from the May 16, 2019 meeting.
2.*** to be passed only at the first monthly City Council meeting. A motion to direct
the City Clerk to transfer funds from the city sales tax to the City�s general fund to issue
checks and authorize to pay the bills.
1.No Old Business.
1.Economic Development � Ray Kellenberger � A motion to accept payment request #1 from Gelly Excavating and Construction Inc., in the amount of $85,123.80 and to authorize the City Clerk to issue a check.
2.Economic Development � Ray Kellenberger � A motion to approve the work order from Heneghan and Associates for the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity CDBG Economic Development Business Grant Administration for the McKay Auto Parts Inc., expansion project for a cost not to exceed $15,000 and to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the documents.
3.Water � Dave Hollo � A motion to authorize the Mayor to approve emergency repairs/replacement of the membrane system VersaViewer, better known as the HMI, Human Machine Interface, from Pall Corp. for an amount not to exceed $7,500 and to authorize the City Clerk to issue a check upon satisfactory completion and delivery.
4.Water � Dave Hollo � A motion to approve payment application #1 in the amount of $182,250.90 to Tecorp Inc., for painting the north water tower and to authorize the City Clerk to issue a check.
5.Water � Dave Hollo � A motion that Tecorp Inc. contract dates for substantial completion and final completion for Elevated Storage Tank Painting and Improvements shall be extended by 15 days and authorize the Mayor to sign a change order to extend the dates with no change in cost to the City for the time extension.�
6.Lake � Dave Hollo � A motion to approve the purchase of 80-tons of CA-6 to be delivered to the Lake Department by Coffeen Trucking Company for $1,144.
7.Fire � Woodrow Street � A motion to approve an Ordinance declaring Fire Department Apparatus 1995 Ford 2,000-gallon Tender bearing VIN/Registration 1FDRF80C1SVA51 and a 1997 Navistar E-One Squad bearing VIN/Registration 1HTSDADR7VH445516 as surplus and to authorize their disposal by sealed bid.
8.Fire � Woodrow Street � A motion to purchase three (3) sets of Glove G-XCEL PPE (Personal Protective Equipment commonly referred to as bunker gear for structural firefighting) from Dinges Fire Company at a cost not to exceed $6,735 and authorize the City Clerk to issue a check upon satisfactory delivery.
9.Fire � Woodrow Street � A motion to approve the purchase of seven (7) fire helmets for structural firefighting with seven (7) Paul Conway 6� Shields (part of Personal Protective Equipment known as PPE) from Municipal Emergency Services (MES) at a cost not to exceed $1,722 (*plus shipping) and authorize the City Clerk to issue a check upon satisfactory delivery.
10.Streets � Kassidy Paine � A motion to approve the low bidder for the hot mix asphalt overlay and subgrade repair for Tyler Avenue, from State Street to McKinley Avenue, and to authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement. Bids will be provided at the Council meeting.
11.Sewer � Dwayne Gerl � A motion to accept a proposal from Crawford, Murphy and Tilly for the amount not to exceed $15,000 for easement descriptions, prepare easement plats and legal descriptions for the lake sewer force main and authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement.
A Motion to Enter into Executive Session, as allowed under the Illinois Open Meetings Act, as found in Chapter 5 of the Illinois Compiled Statutes, Section 120, to address these certain and restricted items:
1.�Collective negotiating matters between the public body and its employees or their representatives, or deliberations concerning salary schedules for one or more classes of employees.� (5ILCS 120/2(C)(2))
2.�Litigation, when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the particular public body has been filed and is pending before a court or administrative tribunal, or when the public body finds that an action is probable or imminent, in which case the basis for the finding shall be recorded and entered into the minutes of the closed meeting.� (5ILCS 120/2(2)(C)(11)
1.Possible business to follow.
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