110 E. Walnut Street, Oglesby, IL 61348 • 815-883-3389
110 E. Walnut Street, Oglesby, IL 61348 • 815-883-3389

Regular Meeting Minutes: January 17, 2022

A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 2022 AT CITY HALL.  THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 7:00 P.M.

PRESENT:  COMMISSIONERS CURRAN,  MAYOR RIVARA, ATTORNEY BARRY AND  CITY CLERK EITUTIS.  Advised by City Attorney Barry, Mayor Rivara states that since there is no quorum the next council meeting will be rescheduled to Monday, January 24, 2022.

The meeting is closed by Mayor Rivara.

Amy Eitutis, City Clerk

Regular Meeting Minutes: January 10, 2021

A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 2022 AT CITY HALL.  THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 7:00 P.M.

PRESENT:  COMMISSIONERS ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN,  MAYOR RIVARA, ATTORNEY BARRY AND  CITY CLERK EITUTIS.  Mayor Rivara states that Commissioners Cullinan and Lijewski are absent.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY CURRAN, SECONDED BY ARGUBRIGHT to approve the regular meeting minutes from December 20, 2021.   AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN, RIVARA.  ABSENT: CULLINAN, LIJEWSKI

Public comments on agenda items only: none

A MOTION WAS MADE BY ARGUBRIGHT SECONDED BY CURRAN to approve bills as presented for payment. AYES: ARGUBRIGHT,  CURRAN, RIVARA. ABSENT: CULLINAN, LIJEWSKI

A & B GARAGE $ 1063.91; AIRGAS USA, LLC. $179.73; ALTOFER INDUSTRIES, INC. $ 12.08; AMEREN IP $ 5,726.73; AMERICAN EXPRESS $ 706.84; ANIXTER $ 5,125.00; ARROW SALES & SERVICE $ 235.00; ARTHUR J GALLAGHER $ 4881.00; BPC INC. $ 494.34 BRADEN COUNCILING CENTER $ 400.00; BARUN, WESTON $ 43.81; CITY OF PERU $ 2049.00; CIVIC SYSTEMS $ 3049.00’ CLEGG PERKINS $ 309.95; COLUMBIA PIPE SUPPLY $ 5546.46; COMCAST BUSINESS $ 115.90 CONNECTING POINT $ 3129.75;D & M LANDSCAPING 590.00; DAVIS, ERIC $ 222.93; DE LAGE LADEN FINANCIAL $ 561.95; DEBO ACE HARDWARE $  504.76; DE’VINE FLORAL $ 54.00; DOLLAR GENERAL $ 46.01; SCHO LANES $ 250.00; EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS $ 517.24; FICEK ELECTRIC $ 19138.00; FLAGGS, USA $ 199.00; HALM’S AUTO PARTS $ 982.77; HAWKINS, INC. $ 1867.96; HFS BUREAU OF FISCAL OPERATIONS $ 14101.49; HOPPKINS & ASSOCIATES $ 1000.00; HY-VEE, INC. $ 195.56; IL MUNICIPAL INSURANCE COOPERATIVE $ 136626.00; IL PUBLIC RISK FUND $ 5511.00; IL PUBLIC WORKS MUTUAL AID $ 100.00; IV CELLULAR $ 1472.61; IL VALLEY EXCAVATING INC $ 1794.00; IVRD $9477.33; IMPACT NETWORKING $ 261.57; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL $ 319.97; JOHNS SERVICE & SALES $ 103.84; KENDRICK PEST CONTROL $ 180.00; KING TIRE $ 25.00; KITTILSON’S GARAGE $ 4271.26; KLEIN, THORPE & JENKINS $81.00; LADD SOUND PRODUCTIONS $ 500.00; LANDCOMP LANDFILL $ 1415.22; ,MALOOLOEY APPRAISEL $ 450.00; MARINE BIOCHEMISTS $ 1124.00; MAUTNO DISTRIBUTING $ 42.50; MAZE LUMBER $ 198.34; MENARDS $ 981.90; MERTEL GRAVEL CO. $ 1228.75; METERS & CONTROLS INC. $4763.48; MOTOROLA $ 324.00; MTCO $ 153.87; ON SITE REPAIR $ 293.17; PEERLESS NETWORK, INC. $ 3833.89; QUICK, ERIN $ 171.96; REPUBLIC SERVICES $ 29518.39; SEICO INC. $588.00; SMART SOURCE LLC $ 3863.25; SMITHS SALES & SERVICE $ 177.00; SPRINGFIELD ELECTRIC SUPPLY $ 435.89; ST. MARGARET’S HEALTH $ 60.00; STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE $ 867.46; STARVED ROCLK MEDIA $ 560.00; TEST INC. $ 19472.16; TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT $ 672.11; TELEFLEX LLC $ 214.50; TROTSKY INVESTIGATIVE POLYGRAPH $ 155.00; USPS $ 771.71; VERIZON $ 117.03; WEX FLEET SERVICES $ 4609.68; WOZNIAK, DAVID $ 190.53; ZIONS BANK $ 1000.00   TOTALS; $ 312,295.22

A MOTION WAS MADE BY ARGUBRIGHT, SECONDED BY CURRAN to table 1181-011022 an Ordinance Amending the Composition of the Committee for the Oglesby Building Improvement Grant Program for the City of Oglesby, Illinois, Lasalle County.  AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN,  RIVARA.  ABSENT: CULLINAN, LIJEWSKI.  Mayor Rivara looks to table the Ordinance.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY ARGUBRIGHT, SECONDED BY CURRAN to table appointing member to the 2022 Façade Committee  AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN,  RIVARA. ABESNT: CULLINAN, LIJEWSKI.  Mayor Rivara looks to table the appointments.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY CURRAN, SECONDED BY ARGUBRIGHT to approve 011022R1 a Resolution of the City of Oglesby, Lasalle County, Illinois Authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to Execute a Revised Agreement By and Between the City of Oglesby and the Local Union No. 51, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.  AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN, RIVARA  ABSENT: CULLINAN, LIJEWSKI

A MOTION WAS MADE BY ARGUBRIGHT, SECONDED BY CURRAN to declare the week of January 23rd, 2022- January 29th, 2022 as Oglesby School Choice Week. AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN, RIVARA  ABSENT: CULLINAN, LIJEWSKI

A MOTION WAS MADE BY ARGUBRGIHT, SECONDED BY CURRAN to table the appointing of members of the Ambulance Board.  AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN, RIVARA  ABSENT: CULLINAN, LIJEWSKI.  Mayor Rivara looks to table the appointments.

Paul Munoz was inducted as the newest Patrolman to the Oglesby Police Department.  Assistant Chief Mike Margis issued the Oath to Patrolman Munoz.  (applause)

Mayor Rivara states he has taken the position in that he does not want the city employees to come to work if they are sick.  He intends to pay the employees administrative leave if they are sick with COVID.  Commissioner Curran states he told his employees that if they are sick, they have to use their sick time and has been told that is not the case.  Commissioner Curran has concerns and does not to reward the employees for being sick and unable to come to work.  Mayor Rivara states Oglesby is not the only government entity or business that is doing the same thing.  Mayor Rivara gives examples of why he feels that way (good city employees, he wants to take care of them and treat them right.).  Mayor Rivara feels it is the right thing to do right now and it may have to be looked at down the road.  Commissioner Argubright asks how many sick days employees are given?  He is told 12 sick days per year.  Commissioner Argubright said there are some employees that have a lot of sick days and Mayor Rivara states there are a lot of younger employees that do not have many days available.  Commissioner Curran feels the problem could be in determining what/when a sick day is used.  Commissioner Curran said that was a concern when negotiating the contracts (the large amounts of sick days those employees accrue when retiring). Commissioner Curran has concerns about having a policy that incentivizes  people for financial gain.    Mayor Rivara feels that because of the constant changes that the right thing to do is to make sure the employees do not come to work if they are ill.  Mayor Rivara says that may change over time.  Commissioner Argubright states the CDC is requiring a minimum five-day quarantine and suggests maybe there is some give and take with sick days.  Commissioner Argubright would like to meet in the middle with this matter.  Commissioner Curran says there are different rules for those who are/are not vaccinated and states that some of the workers are in contact with the public, but doesn’t agree with letting people stay home with any accountability.  Commissioner Curran states the City has been lax in mask requirement and needs to address that.

Old Business:  Mayor Rivara states there is a problem with sidewalks and fences at Sunset and Mason (?).  Mayor Rivara states the problems need to be identified and possible citations issued.  Attorney Barry states he needs to be aware of what the problems are and identify the property owners.  Attorney Barry asks how long it’s been an issue. Commissioner Curran discusses cul-de-sacs as an example.  Commissioner Curran states there is a list of homes in violation.  Commissioner Curran suggests sending letters to the home owners.  Commissioner Curran and Attorney Barry discuss letters of occupancy, escrow for sidewalks, etc. …  Attorney Barry states the place to start is with a letter.  Commissioner Argubright asks what takes precedence?  The subdivision agreement or the city’s ordinance.  Attorney Barry states the ordinance is what is to be followed.  Commissioner Curran a few of the homes, that if the Safe Routes to School Grant is awarded, would be off the list.  Attorney Barry asks about a fence that is violation.  Mayor Rivara states that a fence has been erected on the city’s right of way. Attorney Barry suggests having the property surveyed along with a copy of the plat.

Mayor Rivara states there is a rental property that looks like a junk yard and states the tenant will not do anything about it.  Attorney Barry states the landlord is the one who should be pursued.

Mayor Rivara discusses retiree medical insurance in that it is handles differently for the IBEW and FOP contracts.  Commissioner Argubright asks when the contracts expire and is told three years and suggests worrying about it in three years.

Public Comments: none

Commissioner Reports:

Argubright:  none

Lijewski:  absent

Curran:   salting of city streets is happening.  Reviewing suggestions for city street and alley repairs.

Cullinan: absent

Mayor’s report:   The winner of the residential lighting contest was Al & Betty Kleczewski  and the commercial winner was Cortileno’s Bar.  Mayor Rivara appreciates those that participated and also thanks  everyone who worked to make the Christmas event a success.  Mayor Rivara reminds the residents that City Hall is closed and that business can be conducted through the drive though.  There is Are 4, $1000.00 IMUA scholarships available to graduating Seniors.

A MOTION TO ADJOURN WAS MADE BY CURRAN, SECONDED BY ARGUBRIGHT to adjourn regular session. AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CURRAN,  RIVARA  ABSENT: CULLINAN LIJEWSKI

Amy Eitutis, City Clerk

Regular Meeting Minutes: December 20, 2021

A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2021 AT CITY HALL.  THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 7:00 P.M.

PRESENT:  COMMISSIONERS ARGUBRIGHT, CULLINAN, CURRAN, LIJEWSKI, MAYOR RIVARA, ATTORNEY BARRY AND ASST CITY CLERK EICHELKRAUT.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY LIJEWSKI, SECONDED BY CURRAN to approve the regular meeting minutes from December 6, 2021.   AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CULLINAN, CURRAN, LIJEWSKI, RIVARA.

Public comments on agenda items only: Jill Shevokas, Library Director, addresses the Mayor and Council in regards to the library’s request for financial assistance for building repairs. Shevokas gives estimate costs for the necessary repairs.  Commissioner Lijewski asks if the request is a donation? Or for the City to fund the project?  Shevokas states the library is requesting a donation.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY ARGUBRIGHT SECONDED BY CULLINAN to approve bills as presented for payment. AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CULLINAN, CURRAN, LIJEWSKI, RIVARA.

CITY OF OGLESBY $2,211.00; GREEN THUMB INDUSTRIES $ 1,864.00; CITY OF OGLESBY $56.32; AMEREN ILLINOIS $ 3.63; SPRING VALLEY CITY BAKERY $ 680.00; CITY OF OGLESBY $ 41,776.06; HOMETOWN NATIONAL BANK & TRUST $ 43,905.26; OGLESBY LIBRARY DISTRICT $ 17,329.72; A & B GARAGE $ 93.20; AMEREN ILLINOIS $ 27.22; AMEREN ILLINOIS $ 122.34; BOB’S BUSINESS INC. $ 98.65; CENTRAL MILLWRIGHT $ 969.60; CHAMLIN & ASSOCIATES $14,223.58; COLUMBIA PIPE & SUPPLY CO. $ 1,163.71; COMCAST BUSINESS $ 199.44; COMMUNICATIONS DIRECT INC $ 30.75; COMPLETE INTEGRATION & SERVICE $ 1,810.00; CONNECTING POINT $ 458.00; DEBO ACE HARDWARE $ 844.80; EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRODUCTS $ 9.06; FASTENAL COMPANY $ 1,005.08; FEECE OIL CO $ 3,156.66; FOSTER COACH SALES INC $ 484.40; GROSENBACH’S AUTO REPAIR $ 54.80; HAWKINS INC $ 315.42; HENNEPIN FOOD MARKET $ 112.50; IMEA $ 335,821.54; IL VALLEY CELLULAR $ 1,102.30; IL VALLEY EXCAVATING $ 2,243.50; IL VALLEY FOOD & DELI $ 123.05; ILLINI STATE BANK, POLICE $ 13.42; ILLINI STATE BANK $ 974.45; JACK’S GAS & SERVICE $ 40.00; LASALLE OFFICE SUPPLY $ 154.60; LEXIPOL $ 4,589.90; MAUTINO DISTRIBUTING $ 47.50; MENDARDS $ 414.28; MTCO $ 148.87; NEWS TRIBUNE $ 105.00; NORTHERN IL AMBULANCE BILLING $ 1,750.64; OSCAR’S AUTOMOTIVE $ 37.55; DOMINIC RIVARA $ 155.68, JP ROSE $ 214.96; ABBY SCHENCK $50.00; SMITH’S SALES & SERVICE $ 219.00; SPRINGFIELD ELECTRIC $ 1,587.75; ST. MARGARETS HEALTH $ 626.48; TEST INC $ 126.00; UNIVERSAL UTILITY SUPPLY $ 1,222.87; USA BLUEBOOK $ 304.62; VERIZON $ 108.00; VICKER’S CONSULTING $ 100.00;  TOTALS: $ 485,287.19

A MOTION WAS MADE BY LIJEWSKI, SECONDED BY ARGUBRIGHT to approve the final façade application and reimbursement in the amount of $ 19,315.00 for 2021.  AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CULLINAN, CURRAN, LIJEWSKI, RIVARA.  Commissioner Curran states that he was able to get some clarification since the last council meeting.  Commissioner Curran reads a passage from the Ordinance and states that certain procedures did not happen; however previous applicants do follow the requirements.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY ARGUBRIGHT, SECONDED BY CURRAN to give a donation to the Oglesby Public Library for necessary building repairs in the amount of $ 9,050.00.  AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CULLINAN, CURRAN, LIJEWSKI, RIVARA.

Mayor Rivara states he was contacted by Glen Jerrard in regards to blowing the Lehigh Whistle on New Year’s Eve and discusses it with the Council.  Commissioner Curran asks for some background information on the issue.  Mayor Rivara states it is his understanding the whistle would be blown at midnight on New Year’s Eve. The Council members also give their opinions on the significance of the whistle.

Old Business:  None

Public Comments: none

Commissioner Reports:

Argubright:  all three school districts have doubled their taxes via truth in taxation hearing

Lijewski:  Elite Seamless Gutters donated their time and material to make building repairs to the Police Station and thanks them.  The 11th annual Shop With a Cop will be held on Christmas Eve and will help deliver to eight families and 17 children.  To date, the program has helped 77 families and 143 children and states the program is solely based on donations received.  Commissioner Lijewski thanks all of those involved for their time and efforts.  Wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and New Year as well as a healthy one.  Commissioner Lijewski gives statistics in regards to states and counties that are/are not vaccinated.

Curran:   the City was looking to get some sanitary lines viewed with a camera, but had to postpone that.  A trickling filter will have to be replaced and the cost to replace it will be under $20,000.00.

Cullinan: none   Wishes everyone a Merry Christmas

Mayor’s report:   thanks everyone for making the Christmas event a success.  Thanks those who help support the food pantry and those who helped make Shop With a Cop a success.  Mayor wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

A MOTION TO ADJOURN WAS MADE BY ARGUBRIGHT, SECONDED BY CURRAN to adjourn regular session. AYES: ARGUBRIGHT, CULLINAN, CURRAN, LIJEWSKI, RIVARA

Patty Eichelkraut, Assistant Clerk

January 24, 2022 @ 7:00 p.m.

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING ~

MONDAY, JANUARY 24 , 2022 @ 7:00 P.M.

 TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

110 E. WALNUT STREET, OGLESBY, ILLINOIS

 

  1. Opening of Meeting
  1. Roll Call
  1. Pledge of Allegiance
  1. Approve Minutes from the January 10, 2022 regular meeting.
  1. Public Comment on Agenda Items only
  1. Approve bills as presented for payment
  1. Approve 2021 fourth quarter building permits in the amount of $ 51,710.00.
  1. Approve raffle license for Illinois Valley Community College.
  1. Approve raffle license for Holy Family School.
  1. Approve raffle license for Oglesby American Legion Post #237.
  1. Approve 1181-012422 an Ordinance Amending the Composition of the Committee for the Oglesby Building Improvement Grant Program for the City of Oglesby, Lasalle County, Illinois.
  1. Appoint members to the 2022 façade committee.
  1. Approve 1182-012422 Ordinance Granting a Request for Variance Filed by Ameren Illinois Company.
  1. Approve 1183-012422 Ordinance Granting a Request for Zoning Map Amendment filed by Hometown National Bank.
  1. Approve 1184-012422 Ordinance Granting a Request for Zoning Map Amendment Filed by RJD Investments, LLC.
  1. Approve 1185-012422 Ordinance Granting a Request for Variances filed by Ameren Illinois Company.
  1. Approve 1186-012422 Ordinance Granting a request for Special Use Permit Filed By Ameren Illinois.
  1. Approve 1187-012422 Ordinance Granting a request for Variance Filed by Glenn T. Johnson.
  1. Appoint members to the Ambulance Board.
  1. Approval to seek bids for Clark Street underground electrical repairs.
  1. Approve Intergovernmental Agreement for Seal Coating Various Streets Within the City of Oglesby.
  1. Discussion on COVID protocols for City of Oglesby employees.
  1. Old Business
  1. Public Comments
  1. Commissioner’s reports
  1. Mayor’s report 
  1. Closed Session – 5ILCS 120/2(c)(1) “The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline. Performance or dismissal of a specific employees of the public body or legal counsel of the public body, including hearing testimony on a complaint lodged against an employee of the public body or against legal counsel for the public body to determine its validity. However, a meeting to consider an increase in compensation to a specific employee of a public body that is subject to the Local Government Wage Increase Transparency Act may not be closed and shall be open to the public and posted and held in accordance with the Act. 5 ILCS 120/2 (c) (5):  The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body, including meetings held for the purpose of discussing whether a particular parcel should be acquired.
  1. Adjournment

 

Posted this 21st day of January 2022

Amy Eitutis, City Clerk

January 17, 2022 @ 7:00 p.m.

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING ~

MONDAY, JANUARY 17 , 2022 @ 7:00 P.M. 

TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

110 E. WALNUT STREET, OGLESBY, ILLINOIS

 

  1. Opening of Meeting
  1. Roll Call
  1. Pledge of Allegiance
  1. Approve Minutes from the January 10, 2022 regular meeting.
  1. Public Comment on Agenda Items only
  1. Approve bills as presented for payment
  1. Approve 2021 fourth quarter building permits in the amount of $ 51,710.00.
  1. Approve raffle license for Illinois Valley Community College.
  1. Approve raffle license for Holy Family School.
  1. Approve raffle license for Oglesby American Legion Post #237.
  1. Approve 1181-011722 an Ordinance Amending the Composition of the Committee for the Oglesby Building Improvement Grant Program for the City of Oglesby, Lasalle County, Illinois.
  1. Appoint members to the 2022 façade committee.
  1. Appoint members to the Ambulance Board.
  1. Discussion on COVID protocols for City of Oglesby employees.
  1. Old Business
  1. Public Comments
  1. Commissioner’s reports
  1. Mayor’s report 
  1. Closed Session – 5ILCS 120/2(c)(1) “The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline. Performance or dismissal of a specific employees of the public body or legal counsel of the public body, including hearing testimony on a complaint lodged against an employee of the public body or against legal counsel for the public body to determine its validity. However, a meeting to consider an increase in compensation to a specific employee of a public body that is subject to the Local Government Wage Increase Transparency Act may not be closed and shall be open to the public and posted and held in accordance with the Act. 5 ILCS 120/2 (c) (5):  The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body, including meetings held for the purpose of discussing whether a particular parcel should be acquired.
  1. Adjournment

 

 

 

Posted this 14th day of January 2022

Amy Eitutis, City Clerk

January 10, 2022 @ 7:00 p.m.

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING ~

MONDAY, JANUARY 10 , 2022 @ 7:00 P.M. 

TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

110 E. WALNUT STREET, OGLESBY, ILLINOIS

 

  1. Opening of Meeting
  1. Roll Call
  1. Pledge of Allegiance
  1. Approve Minutes from the December 20, 2021 regular meeting.
  1. Public Comment on Agenda Items only
  1. Approve bills as presented for payment
  1. Approve 1181-011022 an Ordinance Amending the Composition of the Committee for the Oglesby Building Improvement Grant Program for the City of Oglesby, Lasalle County, Illinois.
  1. Appoint members to the 2022 façade committee.
  1. Approve Resolution 011022R1 a Resolution of the City of Oglesby, Lasalle County, Illinois Authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to Execute a revised Agreement By and Between the City of Oglesby and Local Union No.51, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
  1. Declare the week of January 23-29th, 2022 as Oglesby School Choice Week.
  1. Appoint members to the Ambulance Board.
  1. Introduction of Oglesby’s newest Police Officer, Paul Munoz and Oath of Office
  1. Discussion on COVID protocols for City of Oglesby employees.
  1. Old Business
  1. Public Comments
  1. Commissioner’s reports
  1. Mayor’s report 
  1. Closed Session – 5ILCS 120/2(c)(1) “The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline. Performance or dismissal of a specific employees of the public body or legal counsel of the public body, including hearing testimony on a complaint lodged against an employee of the public body or against legal counsel for the public body to determine its validity. However, a meeting to consider an increase in compensation to a specific employee of a public body that is subject to the Local Government Wage Increase Transparency Act may not be closed and shall be open to the public and posted and held in accordance with the Act. 5 ILCS 120/2 (c) (5):  The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body, including meetings held for the purpose of discussing whether a particular parcel should be acquired.
  2. Adjournment

Posted this 7th day of January 2022

Amy Eitutis, City Clerk

December 20, 2021 @ 7:00 p.m.

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING ~

MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2021 @ 7:00 P.M.

 TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

110 E. WALNUT STREET, OGLESBY, ILLINOIS

 

  1. Opening of Meeting
  1. Roll Call
  1. Pledge of Allegiance
  1. Approve Minutes from the December 6, 2021 regular meeting.
  1. Public Comment on Agenda Items only
  1. Approve bills as presented for payment
  1. Approve final façade application and reimbursement for 2021.
  1. Discuss and decide on request from Oglesby Library for repairs to the building.
  1. Old Business
  1. Public Comments
  1. Commissioner’s reports
  1. Mayor’s report
  1. Adjournment

 

 

 

 

 

Posted this 17th day of December, 2021

Amy Eitutis, City Clerk

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