Regular Board Meeting Scheduled Tonight, Feb. 2, 7 PM (Agenda Packet Inside)

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016 || By COMMUNITY EDITOR 

A regular meeting of the Maywood Board of Trustees is scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, Feb. 2, 7 PM, at 126 S. 5th Ave., Maywood. Among items to be discussed (for full agenda packet, click here):

100th Anniversary of the Oak Park River Forest Infant Welfare Society
Oak Park River Forest Infant Welfare Society – Luncheon.pdf
B. Manager’s Report
C. Finance Committee and Management Report(s):
1) Village of Maywood Open Invoices Report as of  January 27, 2016 total $1,697,712.94.
Open Invoices Report as of January 27, 2016.pdf
6. Approval of minutes for the Village Board of Trustees Meeting Tuesday, January 29, 2016.
RBM MINUTES 1-19-2016.doc
7. Approval of Warrants:
A. Warrant List No. 200405 for the Village of Maywood – Expenditures total through January 27, 2016 in the amount of $989,261.15.
Warrant List No. 200405 Through January 27, 2016.pdf
8. Old Business:
9. Omnibus Agenda
A. Approval of payment to Allied Waste Service for Rolloff Service at 2nd Avenue and Wilcox Road for the Village of Maywood Public Works Department in the amount of $13,402.98 for the month of December 2015.
Allied Waste Service Payment Approval.pdf
B. Approval of payment to Bicycle Heating and Air Inc. for 5 Ton Daikin Rooftop Package Unit, Crane  Arrangements, Gas Recovery, removal of old unit, installation of new unit for the Village of Maywood Public Works Department in the amount of $9,940.00.
Bicycle Heating and Air Payment Approval.pdf
C. Approval of payment to ComEd for street light electrical services provided for the Village of Maywood in the amount of $7,334.73.
ComEd Payment Approval.pdf
D. Approval of payment to Compass Minerals for bulk salt purchase for the Village of Maywood Public Works Department in the amount of $20,834.16.
Compass Minerals Payment Approval.pdf
E. Approval of payment to GeoComm for Annually Recurring Software Support and Maintenance services from August 01, 2015 through July 31, 2016 in the amount of $6,285.00.
GeoComm Payment Approval.pdf
F. Approval of payment to Hackie Cement Corporation for storm sewer collapse repairs at 610 South 6th Avenue and emergency water main and sewer repairs at 606 South 17th Avenue for the Village of Maywood Public Works Department in the amount of $22,890.00 and waive the competitive bid process.
Hackie Cement Corporation Payment Approval.pdf
G. Approval of payment to Hancock engineering for engineering services rendered at Washington Boulevard (6th – 9th Avenue) for the Village of Maywood Public Works Department in the amount of $27,075.00.
Hancock Engineering Payment Approval.pdf
H. Approval of payment to Utility Service Company for TANK-Quarterly for 500,000 Pedisphere St. Charles Road in the amount of $6,042.50.
Utility Service Company Payment Approval.pdf
I. Approval of payment to Wigit’s Truck Service for vehicle maintenance, repairs, parts and service for the Village of Maywood Fire Department in the amount of $5,319.49.
Wigits Truck Service Payment Approval.pdf
J. Approval of an Engineer Agreement  between the Village of Maywood and Hancock Engineering to provide preliminary, design and construction engineering services for the construction of three sections of alleys located at: 1) North-South alley between 9th Ave. and 8th Ave. from Main Street to Lake Street and East; 2) North-South alley between 6th Ave. and 5th Ave. from Main Street to Lake Street and 3) North-South alley between 5th Ave. and 4th Ave. from Main Street to Lake Street, and the construction of 17 space municipal parking lot on village property at 14 North 5th Avenue.  Funding is from the St. Charles TIF, Escrow No. 4.
This agenda item was discussed at the 1/27/2016 Legal, License and Ordinance Committee Meeting.
2016 Alley and Parking Lot Improvements Engineering Agreement.pdf
K. Approval of State Representative Emanuel “Chris” Welch to host a “Lyft” Recruiting Event at the Multi-Purpose Building located at 200 S. 5th Avenue in Maywood on Saturday, March 5, 2016 between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.  Lyft is a driving company similar to Uber.
This agenda item was discussed at the 1/27/2016 Legal, License and Ordinance Committee Meeting.
FW Lyft Recruiting Event.htm
L. Approval of a Resolution approving the Settlement Agreement and General Release and authorizing the payment of settlement funds in the Wardlow vs. Village of Maywood Litigation in the amount of $15,000.00.
Wardlow v Village of Maywood, et al.pdf
M. An Ordinance amending Section 51.03 (Bills for Service, Liability of Customer) of Chapter 51 (Water and Sewer Service) of Title V (Public Works) of the Maywood Village Code relative to Water Billing Delinquencies.
This agenda item was discussed at the 1/27/2016 Legal, License and Ordinance Committee Meeting.
Ordinance Amending Section 51.03 of Chapter 51 Relative to Water Billing Delinquences.pdf
N. Approval to authorize Village Staff, Village Attorney and Village TIF Consultants to create an additional Tax Code for the Madison Street and Fifth Avenue Tax Increment Finance District for Property Identification Numbers that were below the 1996 Frozen Base Amounts.
This agenda item was discussed at the 1/27/2016 Legal, License and Ordinance Committee Meeting.
Memorandum Re Tax Code for the Madison Street and Fifth Avenue Tax Increment Finance Dist..pdf
O. Approval of Final Project Payment No. 6 to FBG Corporation for providing construction services for Fire Station No. 1 in the total amount of $162,234.74. (St. Charles TIF Escrow No. 1)
This agenda item was discussed at the 1/27/2016 Legal, License and Ordinance Committee Meeting.
Fire Station No. 1 Renovation for Payment No. 6.pdf
P. A Resolution approving and authorizing the execution of Change Order No. 1 through Change Order No. 37 to close out the contract relating to the Fire Station No. 1 Repair Project entered into between the Village of Maywood  (Owner) and FBG Corporation (Contractor) in the amount of $109,090.77.  (Final Closeout Change Order approval and extension of project completion date beyond 30 days)
Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of Change Order No. 1 through Change Order No. 37.pdf
Q. Approval of payment to Illinois Council of Police and Sheriffs for Health and Dental Insurance Premiums for the month of February 2016 in the amount of $72,391.52.
Illinois Council of Police and Sheriffs Payment Approval.pdf
R. Approval of payment to Blue Cross Blue Shield for Health Insurance Premiums for the month of February 2016 in the amount of $240,288.06.
Blue Cross Blue Shield Payment Approval.pdf
S. Approval of Settlement Agreement and General Release authorizing the payment of settlement  funds in the Gray v. Village of Maywood Litigation in the amount of $50,000.00.
Gray v. Village of Maywood.pdf
10. New Business:
A. Approval of a Statement for Legal Services pertaining to General Matters incurred during the month of December 2015 in the amount of $9,834.00, with a cover memo dated January 27, 2016 from Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd.
Klein Thorpe and Jenkins Payment Approval Re General Matters for December 2015.pdf
B. Approval of a Statement for Legal Services pertaining to Economic Redevelopment Matters, Employment and Labor Matters and Litigation Matters for the month of December 2015 in the total amount of $26,766.54, with a cover memo dated January 27, 2016 from Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd.
Klein Thorpe and Jenkins Payment Approval – $26,766.54.pdf
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2 thoughts on “Regular Board Meeting Scheduled Tonight, Feb. 2, 7 PM (Agenda Packet Inside)”

  1. My aunt was moving out of town and she had placed a trailer in front of her home. The trailer was parked legally and plus a officer gave her permission to park in the said location. The next day a village official called and requested that trailer to be moved, so the chief of police sent a officer over to tow the trailer, with my aunt hold house inside the trailer. The white officer came over an was very rude and push me out the way, when i tried to explain the situation to him. The officer was very violent toward me and push me down hurting my back. The officer towed the trailer to a tow company name area towing and they tried to charge my aunt $1,800.00 dollars, plus storage fee. My aunt talked to the chief and he flat out lied about the situation, he said he was unaware of the trailer being towed, when he authorized the tow. The village manager helped us resolve this problem, after the chief violated his own tow rule that was stated in the village hand book. The chief is nothing but a liar and he should be discipline for this act and the officer. I was going to talk about the situation at the board meeting, but the village took to long for public comment. thank you village manager!

  2. I wonder how much is that lawyer really getting paid for handling village business. Trustee Isiah made a good point about the officers pay, the village people was robbing them officers of their pay and no one was going to fix the problem, the village attorney is a adviser not the boss of the village, if the village lawyer continue making problems so he could get paid, that is extorting the citizens tax money. The village lawyer got wise when the officers discussed getting legal involved, which might have uncovered the stealing going on with those fake invoices that is being pass out. The village other trustee’s are trying to give Isiah trouble for speaking up against the wrong doing of the village lawyer, no one said anything about the police chief making a deal to purchase two park district cars from another trustee who is in charge of the park district, this was done with grant money which is illegal. The two squad cars not even in the police fleet, because they where no good, one is on the side of the parking lot. Trustee Isiah continue speaking up for the citizens, until we vote these other trustee’s out. Ms. Redmon continue telling the truth about those village officials, who is using they connect to continue stealing from the village citizens, this is ashame that this is continue going on in the village.

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