Park Ridge to focus on public works, public safety at meeting
The Park Ridge Committee of the Whole will focus on public safety and public works topics at its 7 p.m. meeting tomorrow, March 16.
The committee will meet in the Council Chambers at City Hall. The meeting was moved from March 14 to March 16 due to elections on Tuesday, March 15.
Up for approval is the shelving purchase for the police department, as the current storage is inadequate. The committee will consider the contract with the low bidder, Ellis Systems Corporation, for the shelving, at a total cost of $7,783.90. The committee will also consider an ordinance to limit parking on the south side of Granville between 1 and 4 p.m. on weekdays to resident permits. If approved, the ordinance will be placed on the March 21 City Council agenda. The committee will also discuss the RedSpeed camera at Northwest Highway and Oakton. Police and fire department reports will be heard, as well, before moving on to Public Works.
The committee will consider approvals for various contracts, including the purchase of two Ford F-450 trucks, the water main replacement program and tree and stump removal. The committee will also consider the ordinance revising the restricted parking hours on Prospect Avenue and an ordinance establishing a stormwater utility fee. Both ordinances will be placed on the March 21 City Council agenda for first readings.
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