Bradley Village Board approves purchase of playground equipment at Blatt Park
Bradley Village Board met Monday, Nov. 14.
The Bradley Village Board of Trustees meets at 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month.
Here are the minutes as provided by Bradley:
Regular Meeting November 14, 2016
CALL TO ORDER The regular meeting of the Bradley Village Board was called to order on Monday, November 14, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bradley Municipal Hall. President Adams presided. Roll call: Trustees, Balthazor, Redmond, Carrico and Watson. Trustees Gadbois & Cyr were absent
AGENDA Mayor added
6B KRMA remote sight report Deleted
#11 Under New Business he moved item E after C and item F will be before D. A motion was made by Trustee Carrico and seconded by Trustee Redmond to approve the agenda with the changes (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent) Motion carried.
PRESENTATION OF MINUTES A motion was made by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Carrico to approve the minutes of the Regular Board meeting dated October 24, 2016 as printed and presented. (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent)
PRESENTATION OF COMMUNICATION
MFT Report for October 2016
Beginning Unobligated Balance $476,614.97 Motor Fuel Tax Allotment - $35,289.60 Credits Processed -0- Minus Authorizations Processed -0- Current Unobligated Balance - $511,904.57
KRMA remote sight report there will be a soft start to the new sight 6 to 9 loads will be brought from Newton County. The site is located in Eastgate, there will be camera's available, this will eliminate some of the traffic on Brookmont.
NEW BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT There were none
PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS There were nome
Josh Martin - 635 Holly Lane - DMV - West Broadway Project O Donald Barber - 1660 Derby - West Broadway Project
REPORT OF VILLAGE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS PUBLIC WORKS
Director Bessler gave his report for the month of October 2016. Parks
Removed old chain link fence at Ponikvar Park Streets
Mowed grass throughout the month
Mosquito treatments concluded for the year in October Concluded retention ponds treatments for the year in October Concluded treating weeds throughout town for the year in October Started leaf pickup Started outfitting trucks with salt spreaders for the upcoming winter season
BUILDING STANDARDS - Director Pallissard report for October 2016.
103 Building permits 0 Single Family Homes 12 Single Family Year to Date Construction value S903,665.00 6 Building permits Enterprise Zone Construction value EZ S354,679.00 Permit fees charged $7,793.00 374 Total all Inspections Business License - 541 Registered Business Rental program - 493 Registered Landlords
Demolition - 280 S. Schuyler
FIRE DEPARTMENT Chief Travis noted that on November 3, 2016 the Village Clerk Swore in (5) new members for the Village Fire Department they will be going to MABAS Fire Academy from January to June. Quinton Courtney, Ashton Courtney, Nathan Rosas, Matthew Dasher and Samuel Geeding.
TREASURER'S REPORT Treasurer Pries gave the three month report ending July, 2016.
Revenues General Corporate Fund S 1465,663 O Sewer Fund S 586,633 O Expenditures General Corporate Fund $2,900,720 O Sewer Fund S 617,409
A motion was made by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Redmond to approve the Treasurer's Report. (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent) Motion carried
PRESENTATION OF BILLS AND ACCOUNTS There was no Finance Committee Meeting so there was no presentation of bills and accounts.
REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES There were no reports
REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEES
ORDNANCE & TECHNOLOGY Mayor noted that there is a meeting scheduled for the Public Works & Park Committee on Monday, November 21, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. There will be an Insurance & Finance Committee Meeting on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS There was nothing under Unfinished Business
NEW BUSINESS Hampton Development Presentation representatives were available. This would be a new 3 story development off Ken Hayes Drive it would have approximately 95-97 rooms and all the amenities with Banquet Facilities and create about 40 jobs.
R-11-16-1 a Resolution adopting an estimated 2016 Property Tax Levy. Finance Director Pries stated the Village must adopt this annual estimated Tax Levy at least 20 days prior to adopting the actual Tax Levy. This year's CPI is 0.7% the Kankakee County Clerk's Office is responsible for determining for all taxing districts. This allows the 2016 aggregate levy to grow by approximately 0.54% in a dollar-to-dollar comparison to the 2015 levy when debt is removed- or an amount of $11,251.62. There is no taxation public hearing required. The total dollar change in the proposed levy is an increase of $12,675.40 due to a slight increase in the levy for the sewer bonds. Finance Director read into the record
Levy Grand total for Village & Fire $2,499,444.00
Less Bonds & Interest $ 400,550.00
Aggregate Levy Grand Total $2,098,894.00 The Requests are as follows
Corporate S 347,000.00
Bonds & Interest S 400,550.00
IMRF S 80,000.00 o Police Protection S 50,000.00 o Police Pension $1,087,741.00 O Audit S 10,000.00 o Liability Insurance S 305,000.00 O Emergency Services/Disaster -0- O Social Security S 80,000.00 O Fire Protection S 2473.00 O Firefighter's Pension S 136,680.00 O Grand Aggregate Total $2,098,894.00
A motion was made by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Carrico to approve the Estimated Property Tax Levy for 2016 (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent) Motion carried
R-11-16-2 a Resolution of the Village of Bradley relating to a Post Retirement Healthcare Funding Plan (“RHFP)
A motion was made by Trustee Watson and seconded by Trustee Redmond to table. (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent) Motion carried
Blatt Park Playground Equipment Purchase - Director Bessler stated they have $60,000 in the budget for playground equipment at Blatt Park. The actual cost will be $41,573.47. the original cost was $75,142.00. They are getting a grant from Game Time which supplies the equipment they match that dollar for dollar the grant amount is approximately $37,000 which lowered the cost for the equipment to $41,573.47.
A motion was made by Trustee Watson and seconded by Trustee Carrico to purchase the playground equipment. (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent) Motion carried
Mayor expressed a need for an Executive session pursuant to 5 ILCS 120/2(c) Went into session at 7:04 p.m. on a motion by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Watson (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent) Motion carried
Back in Regular Session at 7:45 p.m.
R-11-16-3 a Resolution approving the Collective bargaining Agreement with the Laborers International Union of North America, Local 751 (Code Unit)
A motion was made by Trustee Watson and seconded by Trustee Balthazor to approve R-11-16-3 (4 ayes 0 nays 2 absent) Motion carried
ADJOURNMENT A motion was made by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Redmond to adjourn the meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 7:46 p.m. on a unanimous aye Vote.
Michael J. LaGesse, Village Clerk
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