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July 5, 2016, Meeting Minutes

July 28, 2016 by bclinard  
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A MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2016, AT CITY HALL. THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 7:00 P.M.

PRESENT: COMMISSIONERS CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, MAYOR FINLEY, ATTORNEY JAMES ANDREONI AND ASSISTANT CITY CLERK TERRY KAMNIKAR.

ABSENT: COMMISSIONER PORTER

A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY TO APPROVE THE MEETING MINUTES FROM THE JUNE 20, 2016 REGULAR MEETING. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY TO APPROVE THE INVOICES AS PRESENTED: Airgas $31.12, Ameren IP $196.82; ASK Enterprises $3052.55; Batteries & Things $9.99; Benefit Planning Consultants $242.00; Bound Tree Medical $110.10; BSN Sports $365.63; Call One $2,776.37; Cintas First Aid & Safety $44.65; D&M Landscaping $650.00; Dresbach Distributing $145.75; Efficient Billing Systems $1,763.72; Emergency Medical Products $670.72; Environmental Safety $598.50; Fastenal Company $138.70; Feece Oil $525.49; Gillan Services $302.50; Grainco FS $605.03; Green Dragon Environmental $648.97; Hawkins, Inc $1,017.60; Health Alliance Medical Plans $31,792.00; Hy-Vee, Inc $128.91; IL Public Risk Fund $6,188.00; King Tire $120.00; Kirby Built Quality Products $303.85; Knoblauch Advertising $225.00; LaSalle Office Supply $31.92; Mautino Distributing $12.50; Menards $1,099.68; Mertel Gravel $221.75; Municipal Code Corp $813.52; Newstribune $308.70; Patten Industries $132.55; Ray’s Decorating & Carpet $150.68; Timothy Richardson $83.44; Dominic Rivara $156.40; USA Bluebook $3,179.32; Water Products $3,338.00; Wex Fleet Services $3,854.21; Xylem LTD $3,358.35; Republic Services-Allied Waste $17,968.50. TOTAL $87,363.49. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

The Mayor opened the floor for comments on the agenda items. No comments.

A MOTION MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY to adopt Ordinance No. 928-070516, an ordinance pertaining to Residential Rental Property Nuisance Prevention. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION MADE BY YBORRA, SECONDED BY CAREY to award the 2016 Summer Street Program to low bidder Advanced Asphalt in the amount of $125,994.81. This street program includes roadway improvements to Portland Avenue and sections of First Street from Kenosha Avenue to Columbia Avenue. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY to place on file Ordinance No. 930-071816, the Appropriation Ordinance for fiscal year 2017. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION MADE BY CAREY, SECONDED BY RIVARA to grant permission to the ILVY Dolphins Swim Team on August 25, 2016 from 8-Noon at the corners of Walnut Street and Columbia Avenue. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION MADE BY YBORRA, SECONDED BY CAREY to grant permission to the LP Band to solicit door to door for their annual candy sales on September 8, 2016. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

Due to lack of a motion, permission wasn’t not granted for a solicitor’s permit to Marcus Irvin of IV Construction.

Mayor opened the floor for public comments on any topic.

Richard Vicich voiced his concerns about vehicles parking on both sides of the street for First Street, Second Street and Third Street during the parade on July 10, 2016. Mr. Vicich stated it would be very difficult or near impossible to get an emergency vehicle down one of those streets with vehicles parked on both sides. Mr. Vicich requested temporary no parking signs be placed on those streets. Chief Knoblauch stated that he would contact Fire Chief Ron Popurella and Commissioner Porter.

Commissioner and Mayor Reports:

Commissioner Yborra wished everyone to be safe and have fun at Oglesby’s Summer Fun Fest.

Mayor Finley repeated Commissioner Yborra’s sentiment about Summer Fun Fest and reported that the 50/50 Jackpot was nearing $15,000.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY CAREY, SECONDED BY YBORRA to adjourn at 7:12 p.m. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED. MEETING ADJOURNED.

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Terry Kamnikar, Assistant City Clerk

Agenda for Monday, August 1, 2016

July 28, 2016 by bclinard  
Filed under Council Meeting Agendas

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING

MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 2016 @ 7:00 P.M.

TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

110 E WALNUT STREET, OGLESBY, ILLINOIS

  1. Opening of Meeting

  2. Roll Call

  3. Pledge of Allegiance

  4. Approval of Minutes from the July 18, 2016, meeting

  5. Approval of Bills as Presented

  6. Public Comment on Agenda Items only

  7. Ordinance No. 931-080216, Agreeement with Fire Protection District

  8. Place on file Ordinance No. 932-081516, Jail Agreement

  9. Building Inspector Brian Spelich’s 2nd Quarter Report

  10. Request from Cruisin’ Against Cancer Car Show for a $500 donation

  11. Request from STOP to hold a tag day on Saturday, August 6, 2016

  12. Request from Jose Medina, LP Football Coach, to hold a tag day, Saturday, August 13, 2016.

  13. Request from Starved Rock Runners to use streets for Turkey Trot and for police assistance with traffic control on Thanksgiving Day, (Nov. 24) 2016

  14. Presentation by Ax Church on Community Service Projects

  15. Public Comment on any topic

  16. Commissioners’ Reports

  17. Mayor’s Report

  18. Adjournment

    Posted this 29th day of July, 2016

    Becky Clinard, City Clerk

Agenda for July 18, 2016, Meeting and Public Hearing

July 14, 2016 by bclinard  
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PUBLIC HEARING

MONDAY, JULY 18, 2016 @ 6:45 P.M.

  1. Opening of Meeting

  2. Public Comment on Appropriations Ordinance

  3. Adjournment

    CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING

    MONDAY, JULY 18, 2016 @ 7:00 P.M.

    TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

    110 E WALNUT STREET, OGLESBY, ILLINOIS

  4. Opening of Meeting

  5. Roll Call

  6. Pledge of Allegiance

  7. Approval of Minutes from the July 5, 2016, meeting

  8. Approval of Bills as Presented

  9. Public Comment on Agenda Items only

  10. Ordinance No. 930-071816, Appropriations Ordinance

  11. Place on File Ordinance No. 931-080216, Agreeement with Fire Protection District

  12. Public Comment on any topic

  13. Commissioners’ Reports

  14. Mayor’s Report

  15. Adjournment

    Posted this 15th day of July, 2016

    Becky Clinard, City Clerk

Minutes from the June 20, 2016, Meeting

July 14, 2016 by bclinard  
Filed under Council Meeting Minutes

A MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2016, AT CITY HALL. THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 7:00 P.M.

PRESENT: COMMISSIONERS CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, MAYOR FINLEY, ATTORNEY JAMES ANDREONI, AND CITY CLERK CLINARD.

ABSENT: COMMISSIONER PORTER

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A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY to approve the meeting minutes from the June 6, 2016, meeting. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY TO APPROVE THE INVOICES AS PRESENTED: AEA, $11,700.00; Airgas, $73.10; Arrow International, $479.96; Ask Enterprises, $2,861.75; Stephanie Berg, $100.00; Big D Electric, $316.98; Andi Bjerkaas, $600.00; Eddie Boback, $125.30, Boehm Bros., $268.75; Riley Brovelli, $272.25; Brownstown Electric, $7,491.00; BSN Sports, 279.53; Call One, $2,776.37; Chamlin & Associates, $921.00, Comcastcable, $298.70; Connecting Point, $459.25; Cosgrove Distributors, $57.97; D & M Landscaping, $650.00; Daley’s Super Service, $64.33; Dixon Ottawa Comm., $270.00; Doheny’s Water Warehouse, $310.98; Double M Trucking, $210.00; Dresbach Distributing, $440.35; Econo Signs, $423.72; Cathie Edens, 6.80; Emergency Medical Products, $664.80; Diane Eutis, $116.14; Fastenal Company, $4.48; Feece Oil, $1,160.54; Fence Specialties, $100.00; Flags USA, $98.00; Shirley Garner, $738.08; Tyler Goatz, $100.00; Grainco FS, $223.20; Grosenbach’s Auto, $117.69; Halm’s Auto Parts, $184.98; Hawkins, $1,840.77; Hopkins & Associates, $9,500.00; Hygienic Institute, $355.55; IL Mun Elec. Agency Revenue Fun, $244,869.11; IL Rural Water, $568.44; Illini State Bank-Visa, $2,801.40; Illinois Valley Excavating, $1,880.00; Illinois Valley Food & Deli, $63.64; Illinois Valley Truck Repair, $640.72; Independent’s Service Company, $332.60; ITRON, $732.44; IVCH, $319.50; John Pohar & Sons, $773.00; John Sencia Jr., $531.72; Kevin, Kenny, $100.00; Key Outdoor Advertising, $1,270.00; Kittilson’s Garage, $1,911.97; Knoblauch Advertising, $414.00; LaSalle Office Supply, $136.47; Michael Margis, $12.15; Mautino Distributing, $25.00; Maze Lumber, $160.03; Menards, $1,057.87; Mertel Gravel, $1,040.01; Mississippi Valley Pump, $3,250.00; MTCO, $140.87; Newstribune, $1,480.85; Oglesby Elks Lodge, $50.00; Oglesby Grade School, $3,204.27; Oscar’s Automotive, $585.47; Perona, Peterlin, Andreoni & Associates, $2,512.37; Pomp’s Tire Peru, $134.91; Putnam County Painting, $5,935.00; Quill, $9.98; Republic Services- Allied Waste; $1,400.00; Riverstone Group, $277.29; Sherwin Williams, $198.00; Smith’s Sales & Service, $137.25; Staples Credit Plan, $392.40; Star Ford Lincoln, $38.21; Stuart Tree Service, $840.00; Peru Greenhouses, $705.00; United Rentals, $160.00; Universal, $1,463.60; USA Bluebook, $694.21; Water Products Company, $1,238.93; Witmer Public Safety Group, $75.00; TOTAL: $331,226.00 AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

The Mayor opened the floor for comments on the agenda items.

Vern Seimers inquired about the Rental Property Ordinance, asking if it had “teeth in it?” Seimers noted that the “town needed cleaning up.” Mayor Finley responded that he thought the ordinance would help the city crack down on nuisance properties.

Audrey Piecha voiced her protest over the resurfacing of East First Street, saying that 2nd Street “needs it really bad.”

A MOTION WAS MADE BY YBORRA, SECONDED BY CAREY to place the recently opened bids for the street improvement project on file. Yborra noted that the projects were both TIF eligible and that bids came in quite a bit lower than the engineer’s estimate. Advanced Asphalt bid $125,994.61, while Universal bid $133,705.26 for both projects. Yborra said that the main difference in the bids was the cost of asphalt, with Advanced bidding almost $11/ton less that Universal. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY to adopt Ordinance No. 926-062016, Intergovernmental Agreement with the Illinois Valley Regional Dispatch Center. This ordinance was placed on file last meeting and is the next step in consolidating Peru, LaSalle, Mendota and Oglesby’s dispatch centers. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE TO ADOPT ORDINANCE NO. 927-062016, PREVAILING WAGE. Attorney Andreoni explained that this ordinance is required by law to be passed each year. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY YBORRA, SECONDED BY CAREY to place Ordinance No. 928, Residential Rental Property Nuisance Prevention, on file. Andreoni explained that he set the ordinance up keeping in mind that the licensing requirement did not appear to be a revenue-producing tool. Andreoni said it was important to do so because Oglesby is not home-rule. The ordinance does allow the city to enforce its nuisance laws. Clerk Clinard asked for clarification that the ordinance could change from its present form and still be passed at the next meeting. Andreoni said that was true. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY YBORRA, SECONDED BY CAREY to approve Ordinance No. 929-0620106, which is a professional services agreement with Jacob & Klein to explore the possibility of developing a new TIF. Rivara questioned the process, wanting to make sure that there would be public hearings and more information available to the public. Finley assured him that this was just the first step in the process. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY YBORRA to table the solicitor’s permit for AAA Siding, Windows and Doors. Before the vote, both Yborra and Carey questioned whether tabling the matter was necessary, as neither was in favor of approving the permit. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION TABLED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY CAREY, SECONDED BY YBORRA to approve the peddler’s permit for Grandma Rosie’s Sweet Treats. The business is looking to “test the waters” this summer with a trailer parked on the empty lot at Walnut and Columbia. The Judd family has an option to purchase the property and would build a building on the site this winter if the experiment is successful. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

The Mayor then opened the floor for comments on any topic.

A group of neighbors representing the Deer Park area were present to voice their concerns about a property on Bluff street that is being used as weekend rental. The neighbors had received letters from Brian Moritz, the property owner asking for their support. Kathy Knoblauch said that the group was there not to support Moritz, but to voice their concerns. She also noted that Moritz was not paying the city pillow tax, as were the local hotels.

Andreoni explained that the city had been contacted by a neighbor who questioned the use of the property as a rental, when it sits in an area zoned Residential Single Family. Andreoni sent Moritz a letter telling him that he must immediately stop renting the unit out or he would be in violation of the city’s zoning. Moritz contacted Andreoni and said he wanted to come to the council meeting to discuss the matter. Andreoni’s interpretation of the ordinance is that because Moritz is running a business out of the home, rather than using it as single family residence, he is in violation.

Nancy Mortiz was there on behalf of her husband and said that it was not their intention to create a nuisance. Mortiz talked in length about the screening of the renters, their work on the property, their desire to be good neighbors and hinted that if the rentals were disallowed, the property would become a rental unit, which poses its own set of problems.

Andreoni explained to her that it wasn’t a “like or dislike” issue for the council, that the use of the home as a weekend rental is in violation of the current zoning of the property and that to use the property that way would require rezoning. Because he suspects that this may have to be settled in court, he asked the police to check on the property and note the names of the renters to establish a history in order to prove the city’s case.

Jerry Gruenwald asked about the petition he had presented to the Mayor at the last meeting and his concerns with the river access. The Mayor said that the police were increasing their patrols, but that there would not be a gate put up until the grant is unfrozen and work is completed.

Audrey Piecha then continued with her complaint with the resurfacing of 1st street vs. 2nd street. Yborra said that it was an issue of only having “a limited number of dollars to work with,” and that the projects were picked based on the recommendations of the engineer and street department. Yborra said one of the hazards of the job was that “the only people happy are the ones whose road you’re doing” and that left the ones whose road wasn’t being fixed unhappy. He also noted that in the 12-13 years he has been doing street improvements, this was the first time someone’s complained.

Commissioner and Mayor reports:

Commissioner Rivara asked about getting money for the river access project from the commercial business that uses the landing. Finley said that he had been working on it for a couple of years, but because the IDNR does not allow the city to charge fees, he had asked for a “donation.”

Attorney Andreoni told Rivara that Joel Hopkins was working on the appropriations ordinance and that it would be completed in time for passage before the end of July.

Commissioner Yborra reported that the street sweeper was back after undergoing some repairs.

Mayor Finley reminded residents that a meeting June 22 would be held to discuss fundraising for the swimming pool. Finley said that no one wanted the pool to close, so it was not necessary for those f jkl;’v bnxwishing to voice their opinions about keeping the pool open to attend unless they were willing to help raise funds. “If you’re not willing to help – don’t show up,” he said.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY PORTER, SECONDED BY CAREY to adjourn at 7:37 p.m. AYES: CAREY, RIVARA, FINLEY. MEETING ADJOURNED.

_____________________________

Becky Clinard, City Clerk

June 6, 2016, Meeting Minutes

July 1, 2016 by bclinard  
Filed under Council Meeting Minutes

A MEETING OF THE OGLESBY CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD ON MONDAY, JUNE 6, 2016, AT CITY HALL. THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 7:00 P.M.

PRESENT: COMMISSIONERS CAREY, PORTER, RIVARA, YBORRA, MAYOR FINLEY, ATTORNEY ENRICO EATTONI, AND CITY CLERK CLINARD.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY PORTER, SECONDED BY CAREY to approve the meeting minutes from the May 16, 2016, regular meeting. AYES: CAREY, PORTER, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY PORTER TO APPROVE THE INVOICES AS PRESENTED United State Postal Service, $708.74; Advanced Technology Recycling, $2,500.00; Clifford Minnick, $220.40; Paulette Moriarty, $128.26; Nina Wenzel, $43.68; Heartland Bank & Trust, $94,131.25; City of Oglesby, $100.00; City of Oglesby, $76.58; Thomas Hammerich, $100.00; First Impression, $2,645.00; AEA, Inc., $900.00; AFLAC, $35.90; Air One Equipment, $2,217.43; ALTEC, $1,936.50; Ameren IP, $193.50; Apple Press, $389.55; ASK Enterprises, $5,187.00; BPC, $242.02; BHMG Engineers, $1,969.48; Krista Bovaconti, $19.62; BSN Sports, $288.98; Call One, $2,480.13; Comcast Cable, $69.95; Communication Revolving Loan Fund, $636.15; Communications Direct, $331.00; Connecting Point, $353.50; Cosgrove Distributors, $668.59; Dominic Culjan, $158.73; DH Mayou, $17,830.00; Dresbach Distributing, $726.40; Efficient Billing Systems, $6,574.40; Emergency Medical Products, $869.30; Dora Esmurria, $12.08; Fastenal Company, $33.30; Feece Oil, $963.74; Fender Menders, $1,053.00; Flags USA, $636.00; Foster Coach Sales, $96.26; Gallagher Materials, $2,443.02; Grainco, $596.61; Halms, $386.81; Hawkins, $1,430.46; Health Alliance Medical Plan, $30,361.00;l Holloway’s, $150.00; HyVee, $491.31; Il Public Risk Fund, $6,188.00; IL Valley Chamber of Commerce, $1,500.00; IL Valley Cellular, $775.43; IVCH, $197.75; John Deere Financial, $411.39; John’s Service & Sales, $1,463.49; Jonathon Juergensen, $51.96; Kendrick Pest Control, $185.00; Kiesler’s Police Supply, $2,020.69; Knoblauch Advertising, $246.92; LaSalle Office Supply, $515.99; Mary Lemus, $98.23; Massie Jet-Vas Service, $815.00; Mautino Distributing, $12.50; McConnaughay & Sons, $649.50; Silvanna McQuire, $163.01; Menards, $121.37; Mertel Gravel, $1,187.38; Motorola, $306.72; NCPERS, $48.00; Joe Quinn, $137.47; Republic Services, $18,618.50; Revere Electric, $551.00; Schrock Repair, $566.06; Smart Source LLC, $2,396.39; Springfield Electric Supply, $254.29; TEST, Inc., $132.00; Task Force Tips Equipment, $543.89; Ronald Thompson, $206.07; Mary Toraason, $213.63; Universal, $1,449.10; USA Bluebook, $1,296.44; Utility Equipment, $190.64; Water Products Company, $8,050.90; Wex Fleet Services, $2,533.77. TOTAL: $136,861.33 AYES: CAREY, PORTER, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

There were no comments from the public.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY YBORRA, SECONDED BY CAREY to seek bids for the 2016 roadway improvements program. Yborra said that First Street, from Kenosha to Columbia, and Portland Avenue would be resurfaced. He was seeking individual bids on each street, as well as a combined bid in order to get the best price. Yborra said that the streets were “really in need of repair,” but noted that “the dollars weren’t there to do 100 percent of what we’d like to do.” AYES: CAREY, PORTER, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY PORTER, SECONDED BY RIVARA to place the Intergovernmental agreement with the Illinois Valley Regional Dispatch Center on file. Porter explained that this was the next step in moving towards a regional dispatch center which has been mandated by the State of Illinois. AYES: CAREY, PORTER, RIVARA, YBORRA, FINLEY. MOTION CARRIED.

The Mayor then opened the floor for public questions and comments. Jerry Gruenwald asked the Mayor about the petition he had given him prior to the meeting concerning the boat landing. Gruenwald said that motorists were doing 40 mph on the entrance road, kicking up dust. Several of the commissioners voiced their doubts about going 40 on the road, but the Mayor said he would look into it. The Mayor explained that the road was supposed to be asphalt, but the State has frozen the grant and the city is unable to continue with the project without the funds. The Mayor noted that of the 18 signatures on the petition, most were families who had originally opposed the project years ago and had considered the area “their own” where their kids rode dirt bikes illegally for years. The petition asked for a gate at the entrance road. Chief Jim Knoblauch said he would have his officers step up patrols in the area.

Mayor and Commissioners’ Reports:

Commissioner Rivara told the council that he had sought answers for his concerns over the refinancing of the 2010 Bonds, but he now felt comfortable and thought the council should proceed with the refinancing. He also said the audit was underway and that he felt the city was “moving in a positive direction.”

Commissioner Yborra reminded residents of the sidewalk replacement reimbursement program. The city will reimburse residents for the concrete for the public portion of a sidewalk if a form is filled out and approved by the street department.

Commissioner Porter reported on the recent electronic recycling event, noting that 19,774 pounds of e-waste was collected. He said that it was very unlikely that the city would be sponsoring another one this year and that next year was also in doubt. Yborra said that he had seen where another local city was charging residents $10 an item.

The Mayor said he had received a few calls about his comments at the last meeting about the swimming pool. Finley said he hoped that those persons interested in helping raise funds for the necessary repairs would contact city hall.

A MOTION WAS MADE BY RIVARA, SECONDED BY CAREY to adjourn at 7:20 p.m. AYES: CAREY, PORTER, RIVARA, FINLEY. MEETING ADJOURNED.

_____________________________

Becky Clinard, City Clerk

Agenda for Tuesday, July 5, 2016

July 1, 2016 by bclinard  
Filed under Council Meeting Agendas

CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING

TUESDAY, JULY 5 @ 7:00 P.M.

TO BE CONDUCTED AT: THE CITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

110 E WALNUT STREET, OGLESBY, ILLINOIS

  1. Opening of Meeting

  2. Roll Call

  3. Pledge of Allegiance

  4. Approval of Minutes from the June 20, 2016, meeting

  5. Approval of Bills as Presented

  6. Public Comment on Agenda Items only

  7. Ordinance No. 928, Residential Rental Property Nuisance Prevention.

  8. Award bid for Summer 2016 Street Projects

  9. Ordinance No. 930-071816, Appropriation Ordinance

  10. Tag Day Request from ILVY Dolphins Swim Team (August 25)

  11. LP Band Request to go Door-to-Door for annual candy Sale Sept. 8 from 5 to 8 p.m.

  12. Solicitors Permit for Marcus Irvin representing IV Construction

  13. Public Comment on any topic

  14. Commissioners’ Reports

  15. Mayor’s Report

  16. Adjournment

    Posted this 1st day of July, 2016