110 E. Walnut Street - Oglesby, Illinois 61348  ·  Phone: 815-883-3389

Meeting: March 15, 2010

March 25, 2010 by City Clerk  
Filed under Council Meeting Minutes

A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OGELSBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2010 AT 7:00 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS.
PRESENT: MAYOR TORRES AND COMMISSIONERS DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER. ABSENT: YBORRA.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY that the minutes of the last regular meeting be approved. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY DANEKAS SECONDED BY PORTER that all the bills presented be paid. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED. The following bills were ordered paid: Horizon House Foundation $200.00 donation; Ruppert Concrete $725.00 street maint; IL Valley Cellular $601.58 phone; Cathie Edens $30.76 training school exp; Efficient Billing Systems $445.66 other services; Grosenbach’s Auto Repair $215.90 vehicle repair; IVCH $1.42 supplies; IL Food Center $140.96 training school; John’s Service & Sales $15.98 building maint; LaSalle Office Supply $76.02 supplies; Mautino Distributing $42.00 misc; ASK Enterprises $797.35 supplies; AEA $7650.00 engineering; AFLAC $22.00 insurance; Albrecht Well Drilling $6000.00 improvements/new water tower; Ameren IP $78.55 utilities; Ben Meadows Co $118.02 supplies; Carus Corp $1014.75 supplies; City of Oglesby $19.00 travel exp; Becky Clinard $108.00 dinner/Garzanelli’s; Comcast Cable $109.90 misc; Dave Cudlip $32.00 travel exp; Daley’s Super Service $30.20 vehicle maint; Debo Ace Hardware $18.97 supplies; Dever & Sons Trucking $343.84 other services; Double M Trucking $270.00 other maint; Fastenal Co $24.59 supplies; Fletcher-Reinhardt $6288.00 improvements/meters; Flink Snow Plows $749.86 supplies; Halm’s Auto Parts $183.86 supplies; HD Supply Utilities $940.66 supplies; Hennepin Marine $2432.00 equip; Hygienic Institute $355.58 donations; Hymans Engineering $5612.00 engineering; IMEA $191294.84 purchases; IL Valley Business $173.53 supplies; Illini State Bank-Visa $54.95 other services; IL Valley Waste Services $19258.00 garbage collection; IMUA $166.67 training school exp; IPMA $12.00 training school; John’s Service & Sales $491.99 supplies; Kittilson’s Garage $3238.75 vehicle maint; LaSalle County Public $180.00 supplies; LaSalle Office Supply $83.98 supplies; Lawson Products $38.63 supplies; MABAS Division $200.00 dues; Menards $481.63 supplies; Mid-America Sports Advantage $147.75 supplies; NCPERS Group Life Insurance $80.00 insurance; NewsTribune $680.00 advertising; Nextel $61.72 telephone; Chet Olson $200.00 consulting fee; Overhead Door $454.00 building maint; Patten Industries $30.03 supplies; Perona, Peterlin, Andreoni $1912.50 legal fees; Quentech $97.50 equip maint; Radio Group $110.00 advertising exp; Riverstone Group $264.20 street maint; Ruppert Concrete $475.00 street maint; Jerry Scott $432.55 travel exp; Jessie Sibley $37.67 deposit refund; Somonauk Water $66.50 other services; Springfield Electric $46.01 supplies; St. Margaret’s Hospital $40.00 other services; Lynn Tamborini $96.00 other services; USA Bluebook $838.07 supplies; Water Products $14.00 supplies; Robert Zarnicki $250.00 deposit refund; ZB Supply $187.19 supplies; John Hancock $242.00 health care claim; Roger Naas $95.69 travel; Better Fishing Association $200.00 donation; Heritage Corridor $8000.00 promotional; Soldier’s Scanlon $200.00 donation. Total $266627.76.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY to donate $200 to the Horizon House Road to Independence. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY FINLEY SECONDED BY PORTER to grant permission to the Oglesby American Legion Auxiliary to hold a tag day for poppy sales on Saturday, May 29, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. until Noon at the corners of Columbia Avenue and Walnut Street. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY DANEKAS that the bids for sewer cleaning, televising and repair be held over for public review. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY that the MFT funds collected for the month of February 2010 in the amount of $6866.91 be accepted. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY FINLEY SECONDED BY DANEKAS that the sales tax collected for the month of February 2010 in the amount of $23259.14 be accepted. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY DANEKAS to place on file the letter of support for the Broadband Initiative Project. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MAYOR TORRES ANNOUNCED THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010 AT 5:30 P.M. WITH A SPECIAL MEETING TO IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW REGARDING TIF 1 3RD AMENDMENT.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY to enter into executive session. (7:17 p.m.) AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY DANEKAS to exit executive session. (7:33 p.m.) AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MAYOR TORRES ANNOUNCED THAT BECKY CLINARD WILL REMAIN AS THE ECONOMIC/TOURISM DIRECTOR FOR THE DURATION OF THE PRESENT COUNCIL’S TERM.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY DANEKAS that we do now adjourn. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED. MEETING ADJOURNED.

CITY CLERK

Senior Scams & Swindles

March 24, 2010 by Tom Porter  
Filed under News from Your City Council

On March 23rd the Oglesby police were invited to the Oglesby’s  American Association of Retired Persons meeting (AARP) held at the Oglesby Elks Club.  Assistant Chief Jim Knoblauch, Investigator Bob Stone and myself attended this meeting.  Assistant Chief Knoblauch and Investigator Stone gave an approximately 30 minute informative talk that was primarily centered around “Scams & Swindles” that many seniors fall victims to.
Some of the topics discussed included people that may mis-represent themselves as offering needed services, such as home repair or cleaning.  Many times dishonest individuals use these tactics to gain entry into homes.  Once they are inside, they may attempt to distract the home owner and attempt to search the home for valuables and money that they may easily steal.  Oftentimes, the homeowner doesn’t realize that anything is missing until long after the “scam” artist leave the area.
Another discussion detailed how residents are sometimes “tricked” into handing over money willingly to unscrupulous “swindlers”.  Many times these individuals will target seniors that may have recently lost a family member and are grieving.  One tactic is to send the resident a letter, always with an “explanation” regarding the sender needing help cashing a check or collecting a large windfall such as a lottery ticket.  These letters always ask that you send money to a strange address, they usually indicate that this is a good faith gesture on the resident’s part, so that they show that they can be trusted.  This always follows with a promise to send a large sum of money back under various scenario’s.  Remember, If it sounds too good to be true…  it usually is.
Presently, there appears to be an increase in  another type of scam that involves a stranger calling a senior citizen, claiming to be a grandson or granddaughter.  Usually they claim to be far away, in a foreign country, in some sort of trouble and ALWAYS needing money urgently.  In this scam, the resident is asked to wire money to a far away destination.  Please remember that these people are very good at what they do, which is STEALING YOUR MONEY.  Many times people are so confused and worry about the “grandchild” that needs help, they are tempted to run to the bank and send the money without realizing that many parts of these “stories” do not add up.  There have been many instances of this happening locally.  Many times the bank employees are able to intervene, and stop seniors from being victimized, but not always.
It is important to note that these scams do not target seniors only.  We can all be victimized from these unscrupulous individuals.  Many times seniors are  targeted because they are often times more isolated.  Friends and family members may be gone or live far away.  Many times seniors obey someone telling them what to do because they are under the impression that they are doing what is asked of them.  They are simply trying to help whoever they believe is asking them for help.  Many times it is people posing as family, friends, a banker or a credit card company.  These are all tactics that dishonest individuals use to gain the trust of their victims.
If something doesn’t seem right.  Don’t do it until you have all the facts.  Take the time to ask friends, family, neighbors or anyone else that is available.  If no one is available, Please call the police.  The police cannot give legal advise, but they may be able to tell you if the situation that you are describing sounds “Too Good to be True”.  They may be able to share with you that other people have fallen victim to the same letter, phone call or email.  The police are willing to help any resident sort through the facts in these instances.  Please ask for help from any source that is available to you.
I would like to thank the Oglesby AARP for inviting us and giving us the opportunity to address their members at this meeting.
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Oglesby Police Department Website

March 22, 2010 by Tom Porter  
Filed under News from Your City Council

header_053The Oglesby Police Department is pleased to announce that our new website is on-line. We are using this new website as a tool to introduce some completely new programs in the Police Department and also to revitalize some older programs that may have become stagnant.

A few of the new programs are the “House Watch”, the “Extra Patrol Request”, the “Ordinance Violation Submission” and the “Speed Enforcement Sign Request”. These, along with the “Bicycle Registration” and the “Business Key Holder Registration” are all available on the new website as an electronic submission form as well as being able to download printable copies that can be filled out and either mailed, faxed or dropped off in person at the Police Station.

I am hoping that the “House Watch Program” will be beneficial to anyone that leaves their house vacant for an extended period of time. All a resident is required to do, is to inform the Police Department of the extended absence and this new program will insure that the specified residence will receive an increased level of scrutiny while they are gone. This scrutiny will consist of an officer periodically visually inspecting the property and performing “door knob” checks of the exterior doors. These actions will be documented and a written report will be mailed or e-mailed to the resident that requested the service upon their return.

We have information posted that describes our Enhanced 911 System, including how to use it and what to expect when you place a 911 call.

In the “Department Personnel” section, we have posted photographs of all our full time personnel.

This website also provides each officer and telecommunicator with an individual e-mail address. This greatly improves that ability to communicate within the Police Department. Prior to this, the administration and staff literally communicated using hand written letters and “post-it” notes.

The Oglesby Police and myself are pleased to be able to offer this new tool to help the Police Department better communicate with the community and to also provide another avenue for the community to communicate with the Police Department.

I encourage everyone to explore www.oglesbypd.com and become familiar with these programs and services that the Oglesby Police Department now offers to the community.

Agenda: March 22, 2010

March 19, 2010 by City Clerk  
Filed under Council Meeting Agendas

CITY OF OGLESBY, ILLINOIS
SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA
MARCH 22, 2010, FOLLOWING PUBLIC HEARING @ 5:30 P.M.

TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING
110 E WALNUT STREET
OGLESBY, ILLINOIS 61348

1. Opening of Meeting
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Public Comments and/or Questions
5. Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting
6. Tentative approval to hold over Ord Approving the 3rd Amend to Plan & Projects
7. Tentative approval to hold over Ord Designating the Amended Redevelopment Increment Finance District I
8. Tentative approval to hold over Ord Adopting Tax Inc Allocation Fin Dist I
9. Tentative approval to hold over Ord Providing for the Issuance of Taxable Gen Obl Bonds
10. Tentative approval of Proclamation for A.B.A.T.E of Ill(motorcycle awarness mo)
11. Resignation of Ambulance Board member
12. Tentative approval of extension of Economic/Tourism Director position
13. Tentative approval of Ground Water Ordinance
14. Recess into Executive Session to discuss Union Negotiations
15. Commissioners Report
16. Mayors Report
17. Adjournment

Posted this 17th day of March, 2010

Mary Hancock, City Clerk
City of Oglesby

Meeting: March 1, 2010

March 17, 2010 by City Clerk  
Filed under Council Meeting Minutes

A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON MONDAY, MARCH 1, 2010 AT 7:00 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS.
PRESENT: MAYOR TORRES AND COMMISSIONERS DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY that the minutes of the last regular meeting be approved. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY DANEKAS SECONDED BY PORTER that all the bills presented be paid. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED. The following bills were ordered paid: US Bank $500.00 adm fees; Comcast Cable $54.95 other services; Postmaster $754.31 postage; Kentuckiana Yacht Sales $4578.00 equip/boat; Kelli Shan $41.25 reimb/food; City of Oglesby $9.30 supplies; James Vohs $199.80 hotel/training; Federal Licensing $235.00 frequency coor/mods; James Vohs $451.00 training school exp; ASK Enterprises $74.30 supplies; Ameren IP $17.64 utilities; Baldin’s Garage $2166.35 vehicle maint; Bob’s Business $71.28 Dickinson House maint; Call One $1223.40 phone; Cargill Inc $17354.36 street maint; Carus Corp $2354.50 supplies; Chamlin & Assoc $1005.25 engineering; Cintas First Aid & Safety $146.70 supplies; Comcast Cable $209.80 other services; Comm Revolving Fund $655.50 communication charges; Connecting Point $159.00 supplies; Cyclops Welding $32.50 supplies; Daley’s Super Service $153.15 vehicle maint; Debo Ace Hardware $21.99 Dickinson House maint; Delta Dental $2478.91 insurance; De’Vine Floral Designs $70.00 flowers-Ruva/Brolley; Dixon Ottawa Comm $80.00 equip maint; Cathie Edens $125.70 reimbursement; Efficient Billing Systems $661.07 other services; Emergency Medical Products $905.42 supplies; Fastenal Co $142.82 supplies; Feece Oil $278.28 fuel; Flags USA $299.00 supplies; Fleet Services $3280.33 fuel; Global Emergency Products $10915.15 vehicle maint; Grosenbach’s Auto Repair $15.00 vehicle maint; Halm’s Auto Parts $459.96 supplies; Jack Hughes $227.01 deposit refund; Hymans Engineering $3501.00 engineering; ID Networks $1995.00 equip maint; IVCH $5.42 supplies; LaSalle Office Supply $40.98 supplies; David LeBeau $198.85 deposit refund; Marketguide $285.00 advertising; Maze Lumber $78.01 supplies; Jeannie Mekley $75.00 training; Menards $308.23 supplies; Mertel Gravel $1164.25 street maint; Midwest Mailing $120.05 equip maint; Motorola $173.74 other services; North American Salt $1983.22 supplies; Patten Industries $1170.38 vehicle maint; Perona, Peterlin, Andreoni $3910.02 legal fees; Quentech $16.25 equip maint; Ray O’Herron $438.14 supplies; Revere Electric $126.29 supplies; Royal Publishing $55.00 advertising; Jerry Scott $302.40 travel exp; SD Meyers $2302.00 supplies; Stevens Service Center $50.00 vehicle maint; Robert Stone $70.00 travel exp; USA Bluebook $161.67 supplies; VSP $528.78 insurance; Witmer Public Safety Group $94.96 equip; ZB Supply $105.58 building maint; Zoll Medical Crop $17632.44 ambulance exp; Water Products $17200.00 meters; AEA $17400.00 engineering; UC Paving $11648.04 improvements. Total $135845.68.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY YBORRA to grant permission to the Oglesby Firefighters Association to hold a tag day on Saturday, March 13, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. until Noon at the corners of Walnut Street and Columbia Avenue. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY to grant permission to the Oglesby Boys Baseball League to hold a tag day on Saturday, April 24, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. until Noon at the corners of Walnut Street and Columbia Avenue. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY to grant permission to Team B.R.A. (Susan G. Komen 3-day 60 mile Race for the Cure) to hold a tag day on Saturday, May 8, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. until Noon at the corners of Walnut Street and Columbia Avenue. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY YBORRA to donate $200 to Soldiers’ Angels. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY YBORRA to donate $200 to Baker Lake Fishing Expo/Lock 14 Kid’s Fishing Tournament. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY YBORRA to pay $8,000 for the Heritage Tractor Adventure 2010 Sponsorship. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY YBORRA SECONDED BY PORTER to advertise for bids for the construction of a 300,000 gallon Elevated Water Storage Tank and controls, a Water Main Extension to the proposed tank and two Standby Emergency Generators for the water system. Bids are to be received on March 24, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at city hall. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY YBORRA SECONDED BY FINLEY to advertise for bid on sewer cleaning, televising and repair throughout various locations in the city. Bids are to be received March 15, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at city hall. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY YBORRA SECONDED BY PORTER that we do now adjourn. AYES: DANEKAS, FINLEY, PORTER, YBORRA, MAYOR TORRES. MOTION CARRIED. MEETING ADJOURNED.

CITY CLERK

Agenda: March 15, 2010

March 11, 2010 by City Clerk  
Filed under Council Meeting Agendas

CITY OF OGLESBY, ILLINOIS
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
MARCH 15, 2010 @ 7:00 P.M.

TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING
110 E WALNUT STREET
OGLESBY, ILLINOIS 61348

1. Opening of Meeting
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Public Comments and/or Questions
5. Approval of Minutes
6. Approval of Bills to be paid
7. Request for donation from Road to Independence Campaign
8. Request from American Legion Aux to sell Poppy’s
9. Tentative approval to hold over bids for Sewer cleaning, Televising & Repair
10. Report of MFT received for February
11. Report of Sales Tax received for February
12. Tentative approval of letter of support for LaS Cty Broadband Initiative
13. Announcement of Public Hearing and Special meeting on TIF I projects
14. Commissioners Report
15. Mayor Report
16. Recess into Closed Session to discuss personnel
17. Adjournment

Posted this 10th day of March, 2010

Mary Hancock, City Clerk
City of Oglesby

Meeting: February 16, 2010

March 8, 2010 by City Clerk  
Filed under Council Meeting Minutes

A REGULAR MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2010 AT 7:00 P.M. IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS.
PRESENT: MAYOR TORRES AND COMMISSIONERS FINLEY, PORTER. ABSENT: COMMISSIONERS DANEKAS, YBORRA.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY that the minutes of the last regular meeting be accepted. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY FINLEY SECONDED BY PORTER that all bill presented be paid. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED. The following bills were ordered paid: IL Valley YMCA Swim Team $80.00 donation; Spring Valley Walleye Club $200.00 donation; Shawn Harlow $240.72 reimbursement clothing allowance; IL Liquor Control Commission $25.00 car show 2010; ASK Enterprises $1080.85 supplies; ACS Firehouse $220.00 equip maint; AEA $2700.00 engineering; AFLAC $22.00 insurance; Air One Equipment $258.50 insurance; Altec Industries $2102.40 vehicle maint; Ameren IP $187.64 utilities; Apple Press $52.00 supplies; Citizens First National $3850.00 interest exp; Becky Clinard $41.59 reimbursements; Comcast Cable $114.90 cable; Comm Revolving Fund $655.50 communication charges; Dish Network $101.96 Dickinson House maint; Dixon Ottawa Comm $72.00 supplies; Dornik Auto Body $234.00 vehicle maint; Economic Development Group $5000.00 legal fees; Fastenal Co. $112.56 supplies; Fisher Auto Body $886.26 vehicle maint; Jessica Galfo $151.15 deposit refund; Halm’s Auto Parts $10.98 vehicle maint; Mary Hancock $26.00 travel exp; Hennepin Boat Store $125.00 vehicle maint; Hygienic Institute $355.58 donations; Hymans Engineering $2162.00 engineering; IMEA $205476.54 purchases; IVCH $55.00 other; Illini State Bank-Visa $241.33 supplies; Illinois Institute for Rural $150.00 conference; IL Valley Cellular $607.70 phone; IL Valley Waste Services $19008.00 garbage collection; IMUA $166.67 training school exp; J Merle Jones & Sons $8.80 supplies; John Pohar & Sons $1898.60 other maint; John’s Service & Sales $209.90 supplies; King Tire $369.50 vehicle maint; Kittilson’s Garage $171.38 vehicle maint; LaFarge Aggregates IL $779.80 street maint; LaSalle Office Supply $157.37 supplies; Lawson Products $281.63 supplies; Leipold Motor Sales $89.29 equip maint; Massie Jet-Vac $895.00 other maint; Maze Lumber $202.08 supplies; McClure Engineering $6778.04 engineering; Menards $734.63 supplies; Midwest Mailing & Shipping $1194.00 equip (folder stuffer-city hall); Mug-A-Bug $120.03 supplies; NCPERS Group Life $80.00 insurance; Nextel $60.11 phone; Orkin Pest Control $1408.77 other services; PDC Laboratories $1674.00 ground maint; Quentech $343.25 equip; Radio Group $110.00 advertising exp; Riverstone Group $1299.30 street maint; Jerry Scott $302.40 travel exp; Senica Towing $150.00 other services; Sibs’s $36.50 other services; Smith’s Sales & Services $2442.00 supplies; Somonauk Water 66.50 other services; Springfield Electric Supply $266.81 supplies; Robert Stone $336.00 dependent care; Thomas N Jacob $5000.00 legal fees; Universal $705.60 supplies; USA BlueBook $161.25 supplies; James Vohs $300.00 reimbursement clothing allowance; Water Products $18932.18 supplies/improvements; ZB Supply $313.31; AEA $698.75 engineering. Total $295350.61.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY to donate $80.00 to the Illinois Valley Dolphins Swim Team. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY to donate $200.00 to the Spring Valley Walleye Club for their annual tournament. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA.
MOVED BY FINLEY SECONDED BY PORTER that Ordinance No. 719-021610, an ordinance abating the tax hereinto levied for the year 2009, payable in the year 2010, to pay debt service on electric bonds (Ordinance No. 688-121508) of the City of Oglesby, LaSalle County, Illinois be accepted and published in pamphlet form. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY that Ordinance No. 720-021610, an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 37-120785 entitled: “An ordinance establishing an enterprise zone within the City of Oglesby, Illinois said enterprise zone being a portion of a larger enterprise zone encompassing contiguous portions of the cities of Oglesby, Peru, LaSalle and the County of LaSalle, Illinois” be accepted and published in pamphlet form. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY FINLEY SECONDED BY PORTER that the sales tax collected for the month of January 2010 in the amount of $21,106.82 be accepted and placed on file. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY FINLEY SECONDED BY PORTER that the MFT funds collected for the month of January 2010 in the amount of $8719.92 be accepted and placed on file. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED.
MOVED BY PORTER SECONDED BY FINLEY that we do now adjourn. AYES: FINLEY, PORTER, MAYOR TORRES. ABSENT: DANEKAS, YBORRA. MOTION CARRIED. MEETING ADJOURNED.

CITY CLERK