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Meeting Name: Village Board of Trustees Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/18/2019 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Village Hall Board Room
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190160 1 Proclamation - Arbor DayProclamationProclamation - Arbor Day   Action details Video Video
190154 1A.Approval of Village PayrollPayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Village Payroll For the period ending March 30, 2019 in the amount of $871,081.80.   Action details Not available
190155 1B.Approval of Accounts PayablePayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Accounts Payable For the period ending April 5, 2019 in the amount of $1,254,529.68.approvedPass Action details Not available
190166 1C.Approval of Accounts PayablePayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Accounts Payable For the period ending April 12, 2019 in the amount of $943,560.63.approvedPass Action details Not available
170188 8D. Ordinance101 - 109 S. Main Street Property - Redevelopment Agreement (RDA) Holladay Properties' Lilac Station Consideration and approval of a Redevelopment Agreement (RDA) between the Village of Lombard and Holladay Property Services Midwest, Inc.(the "Developer") that provides for: the sale of the property by the Village to the Developer, for $1,500,000.00; the redevelopment of the property with two (2) projects (the North Building Project - not to exceed 120 market rate luxury apartment units and between 3,000 and 4,000 square feet of commercial space; and the South Building Project - a 12,000 square foot commercial building); and economic incentives in relation thereto (up to $525,000.00 in TIF incremental revenues for the North Building Project and up to $500,000.00 in sales tax rebate revenues for the South Building Project). (DISTRICT #4)waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Not available
190167 1E.August Hill Winery - Class Q-IOrdinanceAmending Title 11, Chapter 112 of the Village Code with Regard to Alcoholic Beverages Decreasing the Class "Q I" liquor license category by one to reflect the voluntary non-renewal of the liquor license issued to River Valley Vineyards, Inc. d/b/a August Hill Winery who previously participated in the Yorktown Farmer's Market. (DISTRICT #3)waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Not available
190119 2F. OrdinancePC 19-03: 830 Foxworth Boulevard - Clover Creek Apartment Trash Compactor Building Recommendation from the Plan Commission to approve the above-referenced petition. The petitioner requests that the Village take the following zoning actions on the subject property located within the R5PD Planned Development District: Pursuant to Section 155.504 (A) (major changes in a planned development) of the Lombard Village Code, amend the Oak Creek Planned Development to approve a deviation from Section 155.210(A)(3)(b) of the Lombard Village Code to allow an accessory structure (trash compactor building) with a vertical distance from grade to the highest point of the roof of twenty and a half (20.5) feet where a maximum of seventeen (17) feet is permitted. (DISTRICT #2)passed on second readingPass Action details Not available
190156 1G.Central Pressure Adjusting Station Improvements, Change Order No. 4ResolutionCentral Pressure Adjusting Station Improvements, Change Order No. 4 Reflecting an increase to the contract with J.J. Henderson & Son in the amount of $108,332.75 for three authorized unit price items related to underground utility installation and building improvements. (DISTRICT #4)adoptedPass Action details Not available
190162 1H.Participation in Suburban Tree ConsortiumResolutionParticipation in Suburban Tree Consortium Resolution expressing intent to continue participation the Suburban Tree Consortium for the purchase of parkway trees. (DISTRICTS - ALL)adoptedPass Action details Not available
190165 1I.South Lombard Sanitary Force Main Relief Sewer StudyResolutionSouth Lombard Sanitary Force Main Relief Sewer Study Approving a contract with Baxter & Woodman Consulting Engineers in an amount not to exceed $44,810.00 for professional engineering services. (DISTRICT# 2 & 3)adoptedPass Action details Not available
190158 2J-2. ResolutionDowntown Restaurant Forgivable Loan; 116 S. Main Street, Rosemary and Jean’s Restaurant Resolution approving a Downtown Restaurant Forgivable Loan in an amount not to exceed $61,887.67 for the eligible improvements to the proposed sit-down restaurant tenant space. (DISTRICT #1)adoptedPass Action details Not available
190159 2J-3. ResolutionDowntown Improvement & Renovation Grant; 116 S. Main Street Resolution Approving a Downtown Improvement and Renovation Grant in an amount of $50,800.00 for identified eligible improvements to the property. (DISTRICT #1)adoptedPass Action details Not available
190148 1K.Pre-Purchase of Little John Digester for Yorktown Lift StationBidPre-Purchase of Little John Digester for Yorktown Lift Station Request for a waiver of bids and authorization of a pre-purchase agreement with McIntire Management Group in the amount of $44,736.00. To expedite construction and to minimize construction observation time, staff directly solicited proposals from two pre-selected qualified contractors that specialize in these patented technologies. Public Act 85-1295 does not apply. (DISTRICT #3)approvedPass Action details Not available
190164 1L.Purchase of Parking Enforcement/Municipal Adjudication SoftwareBidPurchase of Parking Enforcement/Municipal Adjudication Software Award of a contract to the lowest responsible bid of three bidders, IT-Stability Systems, in the amount of $28,000 for year one, $18,000 for year two and $18,000 for year three of the contract. Bid in compliance with Public Act 85-1295.approvedPass Action details Not available
190021 2M.Local Tourism Grant Application 2019 – Lombard’s Civil War ReenactmentRequestLocal Tourism Grant Application 2019 - Stanford’s Battery Civil War Reenactment The Community Promotion and Tourism Committee recommends approval of a grant request from Stanford’s Battery in the amount of $6,125 from Hotel/Motel funds for expenses related to the Civil War Reenactment. The grant supports operations of the event. The Stanford’s Battery Civil War Reenactment will take place July 26-28, 2019 at Four Seasons Park. (DISTRICT #3)approvedPass Action details Not available
190161 1N.Appointment - Glenbard Wastewater Authority Executive Oversight CommitteeAppointmentAppointment - Glenbard Wastewater Authority Executive Oversight Committee Request for concurrence in the appointment of Bill Ware to the Glenbard Wastewater Authority Executive Oversight Committee effective May 2, 2019, replacing Mike Fugiel.approvedPass Action details Not available
160303 3O. RequestPC 16-15: College Preparatory School of America (CPSA) - 331 W. Madison Street - Letter of Credit Time Ex 331 W. Madison Street (CPSA) Requesting a time extension of a Letter of Credit for the property located at 331 W Madison to April 20, 2020. (DISTRICT #6)approvedPass Action details Not available
190153 1A. OrdinanceOrdinance Amending the Village’s Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Ordinance Ordinance amending the Fiscal Year 2019 budget. Staff requests that the Village Board approve the ordinance amending the Village's Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Ordinance, to provide for an appropriation in regard to the payment required by the Contingent TIF Payment Agreement between the Village and the Lombard Public Facilities Corporation, approved on March 8, 2018 pursuant to Resolution No. 19-18, in the event that the Village and the Lombard Public Facilities Corporation have not entered into a TIF Redevelopment Agreement on or before September 15, 2019. (2/3 Vote Required)passed on second readingPass Action details Video Video
190168 1B.Fireworks Production AgreementResolutionFireworks Production Agreement Waiver of bids and approval of a Resolution approving a Fireworks Production Agreement with Mad Bomber Fireworks Productions for the provision of a fireworks display at Madison Meadow Park on July 4, 2019 at a cost of $35,000. (DISTRICT #6)adoptedPass Action details Video Video