Geneva City Council met February 5.
Geneva City Council met Feb. 5.
Here is the agenda provided by the Council:
1. Call To Order: Roll Call
2. Pledge Of Allegiance
3. Public Hearings, Special Items And Presentations
a. Oath of Office for Firefighters Andrew Badowski, Nicholas Grana, and Tyler
b. Proclaim February as African American History Month in the City Geneva.
4. Amendments To Agenda
5. Omnibus Agenda (Omnibus Vote)
All Items listed with an asterisk (*) are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a council member or citizen so requests in which event the item will be removed from the Omnibus (Consent) Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the Agenda.
*6. Approve Minutes of the Regular Meeting on January 16, 2018 (Clerk recommends approval).
e. Financial Report for December 2017
*8. Council Committees
Committee Of The Whole – February 12th at 7pm
9. Other Items And Correspondence
10. Municipal bills for payment $1,738,736.12 (Recommended by City Administrator)
11. Committee Of The Whole Items Of Business
a. Recommend Reinstatement of the Assistant City Administrator/Director of Administrative Services Position
*b. Approve Ordinance No. 2018-02 Amending Chapter 1 (General Provisions) and Chapter 4 (Public Open Spaces) of Title 12 (Subdivisions) Including Formatting, Procedural, and Regulatory Changes Related to the Dedication of Park Lands or School Sites, or Payment of Fees in Lieu Thereof.
*c. Approve Resolution No. 2018-04 Authorizing Execution of an Amended and Restated Intergovernmental Agreement Regarding Dedication of Park and School Sites or the Contribution of Fees in Lieu Thereof, By and Between the Board of Education of Geneva Community School District 304, the Geneva Park District, and the City of Geneva.
*d. Approve Resolution No. 2018-05 Awarding Bid and Contract to Acres Group in the Amount of $83,856.00 for 2018 with a 3% Increase for 2019 for City Landscaping Services.
*e. Approve Resolution No. 2018-06 Authorizing a Contract with Lakeshore Recycling Systems in an Amount Not to Exceed $75,514 for 2018 and $77,403 for 2019 – Street Sweeping Services.
*f. Approve Resolution No. 2018-07 Declaring Three (3) Newspaper Vending Receptacles as Surplus Property.
12. Presentation Of Ordinances, Petitions, Resolutions, And Bid Awards
13. New Business