Village of Bradley Village Board met August 14.
Village of Bradley Village Board met Aug. 14.
Here is the minutes provided by the Board:
CALL TO ORDER
The regular meeting of the Bradley Village Board was called to order on Monday, August 14, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bradley Municipal Hall. President Adams presided. Roll call: Trustees Balthazor, Redmond, Gadbois, Watson, Dugan-Roof and Barber. All Trustees were present.
Trustee Gadbois added 13 B Police & Fire Committee meeting Trustee Watson added 144. Unfinished Business and 154 discuss Aqua rate increase A motion was made by Trustee Gadbois and seconded by Trustee Redmond to approve the agenda with the changes made. (6 ayes 0 nays) Motion carried
PRESENTATION OF MINUTES
A motion was made by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Redmond to approve the minutes of the Regular Board meeting dated July 24, 2017 as printed and presented. (6 ayes 0 nays) Motion carried
PRESENTATION OF COMMUNICATION
MFT Report for July 2017
Beginning Unobligated Balance $175,373.56
Motor Fuel Tax Allotment - $36,741.30
Credits Processed -0-
Minus Authorizations Processed S-0-
Current Unobligated Balance - $212,114.86
Quasquicentennial update - Chairman Schultz went over the scheduling for our August 19, 2017 Celebration 125-year anniversary
NEW BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
Mayor read a correspondence from Philips Chevrolet in Bradley, for the month of June sale report were up a 128% from the previous year. Hyundai Motors sales were up 41% from the previous year.
PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS There were none
Lisa Dugan - 1489 Armour Rd - Seniors Planned Unit Development concerned about the volume of traffic.
REPORT OF VILLAGE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS PUBLIC WORKS
Director Memenga gave his report for the month of July 2017. Utilities
o 7 service requests were generated and or closed out in June
o Repaired 3 Street lights and 4 Traffic lights Streets
o Utilized Street Sweeper to clean 114+/- miles of streets
o Performed 16 enforced mowing requests
o Mosquito Spraying 3x's weekly throughout the Village
o Extensive branch pickup due to storms damage futilized chipper and dump site General
o 325 JULIE locates were received and performed in June
o The following personnel surpassed their 20-year anniversary with the Village
o Troy Larrigan Brent Redmond Jason Martin
BUILDING STANDARDS - Director Pallissard report for July 2017.
o 79 Building permits
o Single Family Homes
o 6 Single Family Year to Date
o Construction value Sil,258,322.00
o 6 Building permits Enterprise Zone
o Construction value EZ SS733,618.00
o Permit fees charged $5,645.00
o 428 Inspections
o Business License - 541 Registered Business
o Rental program - 505 Registered Landlords
PRESENTATION OF BILLS AND ACCOUNTS
A motion was made by Trustee Dugan-Roof and seconded by Trustee Gadbois to pay all bills and accounts by recommendation of the Finance Committee.
(6 ayes 0 nay) Motion carried
Trustee Watson had a question in regards to check #38928 $3468.20 to the County. This is for the striping done on Broadway.
REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES
Chairman Smith of the Planning & Zoning Committee was present. The Committee met on Tuesday, August 8, 2017. Correspondence/Public Communication from Bradley resident Leo Whitten addressed the Commission concerning no sidewalks from BBCHS to Bradley Library for the handicap.
1. Public Hearing-the Commission consideration of a request by Robert and Tammi Morris for the rezoning of land, commonly known as 1311 E. Broadway, Bradley, IL from its current zoning designation of "B-2 Commercial District” to a new zoning designation of "R-4 Single-Family Residence District.” Under finding of facts the commission recommended unanimously to approve the rezoning.
2. Public Hearing-the Commission consideration of a request by Rick Jones Construction for the issuance of a Special Use Permit for the operation of automobile service & repair Facilities-including minor repairs as defined by the Bradley Village Code as well as used car sales and/or storage facilities for land commonly known as 300 E. Broadway this old Goodknecht property. Under finding of facts the commission recommended unanimously to approve the Permit.
3. Public Hearing-the Commission consideration of a request by PIRHL, LLC for the issuance of a Special Use Permit for preliminary development plan for land commonly known as 1 Cardinal Drive, Bradley, IL. Senior Development. After much discussion During the Hearing, PIHRL Developers, LLC withdrew their request for a reduction from The required road width from 32 to 24. Under finding of facts the commission recommended unanimously to approve. Chairman Smith did call on the Engineer as he had several comments and recommendations.
A motion was made by Trustee Redmond and seconded by Trustee Barber to approve the Planning and Zoning Commission report. (6 ayes 0 nays) Motion carried
REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEES ORDNANCE & TECHNOLOGY
1. O-8-17-1 an Ordinance rezoning (Map amendment) land located in the Village of Bradley Kankakee County, Illinois (1311 E. Broadway) (1 reading) A motion was made to waive two readings by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Watson (7 ayes 0 nays) Mayor voted Motion carried A motion was made to adopt O-8-17-1 by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Redmond (6 ayes 0 nays) Motion carried
2. O-8-17-2 an Ordinance granting a Special Use Permit for certain land located with the Village of Bradley, Kankakee County, Illinois (1'reading) A motion was made to waive two readings by Trustee Gadbois and seconded by Trustee Balthazor (7 ayes 0 nays) Mayor voted Motion carried A motion was made to adopt O-8-17-2 by Trustee Gadbois and seconded by Trustee Balthazor (6 ayes 0 nays) Motion carried
3. O-8-17-3 an Ordinance granting a Special Use Permit for a preliminary planned development plan for certainland located within the Village of Bradley, Kankakee County, Illinois (Bradley Senior Cottages) (1 reading) The Board will look into this further a Board Meeting is called for Monday, August 21, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Trustee Redmond called for an Ordinance Committee meeting on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. Trustee Gadbois called for a Police & Fire Committee meeting on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 5:15 p.m.
Peacock Bid results - Mayor read the 5 bids that were received
o R&R Inc $30,816.00
o Hamann Wagner Excavating $39,447.00
o Scanlon Excavating $49,595.00
o Tenco Excavating $65,775.00
o KKVC $93,155.00
A motion was made to accept the R&R bid by Trustee Dugan-Roof and seconded by Trustee Gadbois (6 ayes 0 nays) Motion carried
RJN Smoke test and Manhole inspection-they did the monitoring and metering of our Sewer system. The Board set a maximum of $100,000 for the study it did come in under that. It was noted during the survey that West Meadowview had the most problems in the sewer system. They have suggested that they do a smoke test and manhole inspection of that area. This will be a cost of $28,555.00 this will bring the total monitoring and metering of the whole system $99,991.00. It was noted that the residents will be given plenty of notice.
Mower replacement-it was noted that the current mower deck needs repairs to the gearbox which is cost prohibitive. It was decided that we would buy a new mower deck to replace the old deck. Director Memenga looked into various options to include new and used. He's proposing to purchase a mower deck it is brand new, 15' in width and come with a 6-year warranty on the gear boxes. The dealer is willing to extend a 2-payment option to us, Interest free, with 1 payment due on receipt and the other in 12 months.
A motion was made by Trustee Dugan-Roof and seconded by Trustee Gadbois to purchase the new mower deck. (6 ayes 0 nays) Motion carried
Trustee Watson stated the IT Director was supposed to be at the meeting. Mayor stated that he was on vacation he will be at the next meeting. Trustee Watson had some concerns on the vote that was taken on the IMRF participation with the KCCVB if there was a conflict of interest with the Mayor voting and breaking the tie since he's on the KCCVB Board. The Attorney will look into.
R-8-17-1 a Resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Village of Bradley Kankakee County, Illinois; The Village of Bourbonnais, Kankakee County, Illinois; And the Township of Bourbonnais, Kankakee County, Illinois, for the purpose of joint ownerShip and operation of a Model T-300 trailer mounted air curtain trench burner.
A motion was made by Trustee Redmond and seconded by Trustee Gadbois to approve R-8-17-1 Intergovernmental Agreement. (6 ayes 0 nay) Motion carried
R-8-17-2 a Resolution relating to participation by Elected Officials in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
There was no 2" to the motion, therefore this was not voted on.
Mayor made some comments about the North Street Bridge project, he has been notified by IDOT this is on the list for this fiscal year. They will replace the bridge over I57 on North Street with a 4-lane bridge with LED lighting and a shared use path. The Village of Bradley will be responsible for the lighting, the sidewalk and the Engineering cost, the mayor expects it to be around $300,000.00
Aqua rate increase-after discussion it was decided to have Aqua come to a Board meeting and give a presentation about the rate increase.
Trustee Redmond had read with the problems with the State that they were going to take 2% of the sales tax, Mayor explained that this only affects the portion of sales tax over 6.25%.
A motion was made by Trustee Balthazor and seconded by Trustee Dugan-Roof to go into Executive Session 5ILCS 120 (2) (c) 1.2 & 11 to consider the appointment, employment compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific employee(s) and Collective Bargaining. The consideration to purchase, lease or acquire specific Real Estate property or for the probable or imminent and pending litigation.
Into Executive Session 8:31 p.m.
A motion was made by Trustee Watson and seconded by Trustee Balthazor to adjourn the meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 8:31 p.m. on a unanimous aye vote.