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Meeting Name: Village Board of Trustees Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/21/2022 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Village Hall Board Room
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220218 1A.Approval of Accounts PayablePayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Accounts Payable For the period ending June 17, 2022 in the amount of $822,235.11.approvedPass Action details Not available
220221 1B.Approval of Village PayrollPayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Village Payroll For the period ending June 18, 2022 in the amount of $876,057.90.approvedPass Action details Not available
220222 1C.Approval of Accounts PayablePayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Accounts Payable For the period ending June 24, 2022 in the amount of $1,319,862.45.approvedPass Action details Not available
220228 1D.Approval of Accounts PayablePayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Accounts Payable For the period ending July 1, 2022 in the amount of $537,070.60.approvedPass Action details Not available
220232 1E.Approval of Village PayrollPayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Village Payroll For the period ending July 2, 2022 in the amount of $857,221.11.approvedPass Action details Not available
220233 1F.Approval of Accounts PayablePayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Accounts Payable For the period ending July 8, 2022 in the amount of $401,595.68.approvedPass Action details Not available
220239 1G.Approval of Accounts PayablePayroll/Accounts PayableApproval of Accounts Payable For the period ending July 15, 2022 in the amount of $3,123,505.68.approvedPass Action details Not available
220197 2H.PC 22-15: 959 N. Garfield Street - Chicago Performance and TuningOrdinancePC 22-15: 959 N. Garfield Street - Chicago Performance and Tuning The Plan Commission submits its recommendation to approve the petitioner's (Chicago Performance and Tuning Co.) request that the Village take the following actions on the subject property located within the I Limited Industrial District: 1. Pursuant to Section 155.420(C)(20) of the Lombard Village Code to allow for a motor vehicle repair business; and 2. Pursuant to Section 155.420(C)(22) of the Lombard Village Code to allow for a motor vehicle service business. (DISTRICT #4)waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Not available
220198 2I.PC 22-16 1145 S Main StOrdinancePC 22-16: 1145 S. Main Street - Lombard Bank and Trust The Plan Commission submits its recommendation to approve the petitioner's (Lombard Bank and Trust) request for the following conditional use in order to operate on the subject property located within the B4APD Roosevelt Road District Planned Development: 1. a conditional use pursuant to Section 155.417(G)(2)(b)(ii) of the Lombard Village Code to allow for a bank, and 2. a conditional use pursuant to Section 155.417(G)(2)(b)(v) of the Lombard Village Code to allow for a drive-through. (DISTRICT #6)waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Not available
220217 2J. OrdinanceZBA 22-01: 809 S. Elizabeth Street The Zoning Board of Appeals submits its recommendation to approve the petitioner's request for a variation from Section 155.407(F)(2) of the Lombard Zoning Ordinance to reduce the required corner side yard setback from twenty feet (20’) to fourteen feet (14’), and a variation from Section 155.407(F)(3) to reduce the required interior side yard setback from six feet (6’) to five and seven tenths feet (5.7’), for the subject property located within the R2 Single-Family Residence Zoning District. The requested relief is for a second-story addition to an existing nonconforming single-family residence located on the subject property. (DISTRICT#6)waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Not available
220234 1K.Village Equipment to be Declared SurplusOrdinanceVillage Equipment to be Declared Surplus Ordinance approving the request of the IT and Fire Departments to sell and/or dispose of surplus equipment as more specifically detailed in Exhibit "A" attached to the ordinance, as these items have extended beyond their useful life or are obsolete to include: IT: thirty (30) Dell Optiplex desktop computers to be sold at auction and forty-six (46) Dell monitors (various models and serial numbers) to be sold at auction or donated to the disabled Veterans organization; Fire Department: One (1) 28 foot Duo-Safety extension ladder - no serial number to be donated; One (1) 16 foot Duo-Safety roof ladder - no serial number to be donated; and Nine (9) Ansul Red Line 20 pound Portable Fire Extinguishers - no serial numbers to be sold at auction.waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Not available
220237 1L.Equipment Purchase, 2024 Pierce Aerial 100' Platform Fire Truck and an Ordinance Declaring the Ladder Tower Unit FR52 as Surplus, and Authorizing the Sale ThereofOrdinanceEquipment Purchase, 2024 Pierce Aerial 100' Platform Fire Truck and an Ordinance Declaring the Ladder Tower Unit FR52 as Surplus, and Authorizing the Sale Thereof Request for a waiver of bids and award of a contract to Pierce Manufacturing, Inc. in the amount of $1,654,000.00. The Lombard Fire Department and their Fire Apparatus Committee has evaluated several fire apparatus manufacturers and has determined that Pierce Manufacturing, Inc. meets all specifications for the new 100' aerial platform fire truck. Approval of an Ordinance declaring the Ladder Tower Unit FR52, a 2007 Aerial Platform Fire Truck, as surplus and authorizing its sale and/or disposal. Staff requests a waiver of first reading.waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Not available
220196 2M. OrdinancePC 22-14: 470 and 498 E. Roosevelt Road - Rainbow Cone The Plan Commission submits its recommendation to approve the petitioner's (Rainbow Cone) request that the Village take the following actions on the subject property, located within the B4A Roosevelt Road Corridor: 1. Pursuant to Section 155.504(A) (major changes in a planned development) of Village Code, amend Ordinance 6240 granting conditional use approval for the Carson Center Planned Development, as established by Ordinance 5456, for the Vacant Property (470 E. Roosevelt Road) to be excluded from the geographical boundry of the planned development to approve the removal from said Carson Center Planned Development; 2. In conjunction with the request for removal from the planned development, approve a map amendment to rezone the property located at 470 E. Roosevelt Road from B4APD Roosevelt Road Corridor Planned Development to B4A Roosevelt Road Corridor; 3. Approve a plat of consolidation. (DISTRICT #6)passed on first readingPass Action details Not available
220215 3N.Request for approval of Change Order #2, Carriage House Addition in the amount of $11,684.52.ResolutionApproval of Change Order #2, Carriage House Addition Resolution approving Change Order #2 in the amount $11,684.52 to the contract with Action 1 Construction due to a request for changes to the carriage house plans that were made by the building department to the plans after the project had been bid. (DISTRICT #1)adoptedPass Action details Not available
220227 1O. ResolutionIntergovernmental Agreement between the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority (ISTHA) and the Village of Lombard (VOL) A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority (ISTHA) and the Village of Lombard for the Village to provide fire protection and emergency services on ISTHA property.adoptedPass Action details Not available
220231 1P. ResolutionCruise Nights Parking Agreements Resolution approving parking agreements with AT&T and Egg House for use of their parking lots for the Cruise Nights Final Event on August 27, 2022. (DISTRICT #1)adoptedPass Action details Not available
220235 1Q. ResolutionIntergovernmental Agreement Between Village of Lombard and Glenbard Township HS District No. 87 Resolution authorizing an Agreement between the Village of Lombard and Glenbard Township High School District No. 87 for the Village to provide paramedic services during football games held at the Glenbard East High School. (DISTRICT #2)adoptedPass Action details Not available
220242 1R.Resolution Authorizing the Signature of the Village President on a Fireworks Display Agreement with the Lombard Park DistrictResolutionResolution Authorizing the Signature of the Village President on a Fireworks Display Agreement with the Lombard Park District Resolution authorizing the Village President to sign a Fireworks Display Agreement with the Lombard Park District to allow for the provision of a fireworks display at Madison Meadow Park on September 4, 2022 due to the cancellation of the July 4, 2022 event. (DISTRICT #6)   Action details Not available
220243 1S.Resolution Authorizing the Signature of the Village President on a Fireworks Production Agreement with Mad Bomber Fireworks ProductionsResolutionResolution Authorizing the Signature of the Village President on a Fireworks Production Agreement with Mad Bomber Fireworks Productions Request for a waiver of bids and approval of a Resolution authorizing the signature of the Village President on a Fireworks Production Agreement with Mad Bomber Fireworks Productions in the amount of $42,000 for the provision of a fireworks display at Madison Meadow Park on September 4, 2022 due to the cancellation of the July 4, 2022 event.adoptedPass Action details Not available
220189 1T.Sewer Lateral Lining ProjectBidSewer Lateral Lining Project Request a waiver of bids and award of a contract to Performance Pipelining, the lowest responsible proposal of two (2) proposals received, in the amount of $78,750.00. The sewer lateral lining process is used when a sewer lateral needs repair due to extensive root growth, cracks or other defects that can be remedied without replacing the pipe, thus reducing restoration costs and inconvenience to residents. (DISTRICTS - ALL)approvedPass Action details Not available
220190 1U.Water Distribution System Leak Detection SurveyBidWater Distribution System Leak Detection Survey Request a waiver of bids and award of a contract to Water Services Co., the lowest responsible proposal of two (2) proposals received, in the amount of $27,600.00 to conduct a system leak survey. The Village performs an annual leak detection survey on the water distribution system of approximately 184 miles. Annual leak detection surveys are considered essential in water conservations and for reducing non-revenue water loss.approvedPass Action details Not available
220240 1V.Contract with Constellation NewEnergy, inc. for the Provision of Electrical Energy for Street LightingRequestContract with Constellation NewEnergy, Inc. for the Provision of Electrical Energy for Street Lighting Request for approval of a three-year contract through July 2025 with Constellation NewEnergy, Inc to provide electrical energy for street lighting (DISTRICTS - ALL)approvedPass Action details Not available
220171 2W. RequestLocal Tourism Grant Application 2022 - Farmer's Market Recommendation from the Community Promotion & Tourism Committee to approve a grant request from the Lombard Area Chamber of Commerce in the amount of $2,640.00 from Hotel/Motel funds for the 2022 Farmers Market. The grant funds will be used to support the costs of overtime for Public Works to place barricades at the parking lot at 20 E. St. Charles Road every Tuesday morning at 5:00 a.m. The program begins in June and runs through October 2022.approvedPass Action details Not available
220199 2A. OrdinancePC 22-17: 27 W. Grove Street, Outlot A and 53 N. Park Avenue - Park Place of Lombard The Plan Commission submits its recommendation to approve the petitioner's (Park Place of Lombard Homeowner,s Association) request of a zoning variation from Section 155.205(A)(1)(c)(i) of the Lombard Village Code for a fence of up to eight (8) feet, where a maximum of six (6) feet in height is permitted in the interior side yard within the R6PD Central Residence Planned Development District. (DISTRICT #1)waived of first reading and passed on second reading with suspension of the rulesPass Action details Video Video
220029 5B.PC 22-02 Oak View Estates 400 E St CharlesOrdinancePC 22-02: 400 E St. Charles Road - New Directions Housing (Request of Petitioner to Continue to October 6, 2022) The Plan Commission submits its recommendation that the Village take the following actions on the subject property located within the R4PD Planned Development (Oakview Estates Planned Development): 1. Pursuant to Section 155.504 (A) (major changes in a planned development) of the Lombard Zoning Ordinance, approve an Ordinance amending the Oakview Estates Planned Development, as established by Ordinance No. 5488 and amended by Ordinance No. 7342. For the subject property, the amendment would change the land use from attached single-family (townhomes) to multiple-family dwellings. (DISTRICT #4)passed on first readingPass Action details Video Video
220097 4C.Pc 22-05 855 E Roosevelt RoadOrdinancePC 22-05: 855 E. Roosevelt Road (Usmania Prime) Restaurant/Banquet Facility The Plan Commission submits it recommendation to approve an Ordinance granting petitioner's Safa Enterprises, LLC's request that the Village take the following actions on the subject property located within the B4A Roosevelt Road Corridor District, to provide for the construction of a new principal building: 1. A conditional use under Sections 155.103(F) and 155.417(G)(2)(a)(vii) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow a restaurant, including entertainment and dancing when conducted as part of the restaurant operations and secondary to the principal use; 2. A conditional use under Sections 155.103(F) and 155.417(G)(2)(c)(vii) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow a building containing a restaurant as a principal use that will exceed 40 feet in height; 3. A conditional use under Sections 155.103(F) and 155.417(G)(10)(b) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow outdoor display and sales on a seasonal or periodic basis in the row of parking along the south elevation of the building and in the rooftop area; 4. A variation unpassed on second readingPass Action details Video Video