Sgt. Joseph Pawlicki was honored for his public service and amendments to the 2016 budget at a recent City Council meeting.
Sgt. Joseph Pawlicki was honored at the Jan. 25 Prospect Heights City Council meeting.
Pawlicki was one of the original 17 officers on duty in 1990 when the police department was established. He also served for three years as a police officer in Chicago. After nearly 29 years of service, he has retired. The mayor and council wished him well in his retirement.
At the meeting, the council reviewed and discussed a variety of amendments to the 2016 budget. A net income increase is projected at $1.8 million -- with the total revenue increase at $106,859.00. Also under new business, salary increases for several positions, including that of police chief, were reviewed and discussed.
The resignation of Wendy Morgan-Adams from the Water Committee was announced. New appointments to the committee were also announced: Sean Dwyer, Louis Ennesser Jr. and Anne Kurilich.
The council heard a presentation on the Chicago Executive Airport Master Plan by Executive Director Jamie Abbott.
The council asked for public comments before passing the Consent Agenda, which included several items regarding Class A-4 liquor licenses. Class C-3 liquor licenses were addressed under old business.
The council retired to an executive session to discuss the purchase or sale of real property, personnel matter and other items. After returning from the closed session, the meeting ended.