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Village of Bartlett President and Board of Trustees met June 4

By Michael Abella | Aug 1, 2019

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Village of Bartlett President and Board of Trustees met June 4.

Here is the minutes provided by the board:

1. CALL TO ORDER

President Wallace called the regular meeting of June 4, 2019 of the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Bartlett to order on the above date at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

2. ROLL CALL

PRESENT: Trustee Camerer, Carbonaro, Deyne, Gabrenya, Hopkins and President Wallace

ABSENT: Trustee Reinke

ALSO PRESENT: Assistant Village Administrator Scott Skrycki, Sr. Management Analyst Sam Hughes, Management Analyst Joey Dienberg, Finance Director Todd Dowden, Planning & Development Services Director Roberta Grill, Director of Public Works Dan Dinges, Public Works Engineer Bob Allen, Management Analyst Tyler Isham, Building Director Brian Goralski, Grounds Superintendent Kevin DeRoo, Police Chief Patrick Ullrich, Village Attorney Bryan Mraz and Village Clerk Lorna Giless.

3. INVOCATION – Bartlett Police Chaplain Breanne Fuelling gave the invocation.

4. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

5. CONSENT AGENDA

President Wallace stated that all items marked with an asterisk on the Agenda are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. He further stated that there will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Board member so requests, in which event, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered at the appropriate point on the Agenda. He asked if there were any items a Board member wished to remove from the Consent Agenda, or any items a Board member wished to add to the Consent Agenda.

Trustee Hopkins stated that he would like to add item 1 under Building & Zoning, Ordinance 2019-51, an Ordinance Approving the Extension of Approval Period Contingency in the Real Estate Sale and Purchase Agreement Between More Dusty, LLC and the Village of Bartlett to the Consent Agenda.

President Wallace then recited each item that was on the Consent Agenda, including the nature of the matters being considered and other information to inform the public of matters being voted upon. He then stated that he would entertain a motion to approve the Consent Agenda, and the items designated to be approved by consent therein.

Trustee Camerer moved to amend the Consent Agenda and that motion was seconded by Trustee Deyne.

ROLL CALL VOTE TO AMEND THE CONSENT AGENDA AND CONSENT ITEMS THEREIN

AYES: Trustees Camerer, Carbonaro, Deyne, Gabrenya, Hopkins

NAYS: None

ABSENT: Trustee Reinke

MOTION CARRIED

Trustee Camerer moved to approve the Amended Consent Agenda and that motion was seconded by Trustee Deyne.

ROLL CALL VOTE TO APPROVE THE AMENDED CONSENT AGENDA AND CONSENT ITEMS THEREIN

AYES: Trustees Camerer, Carbonaro, Deyne, Gabrenya, Hopkins

NAYS: None

ABSENT: Trustee Reinke

MOTION CARRIED

6. MINUTES – Covered and approved under the Consent Agenda.

7. BILL LIST – Covered and approved under the Consent Agenda.

8. TREASURER’S REPORT - None

9. PRESIDENT’S REPORT

President Wallace stated that SolSmart is a national designation program recognizing cities, counties, and regional organizations for making it faster, easier, and more affordable to go solar. It is led by the International City/County Management Association and The Solar Foundation. Unnecessary paperwork, red tape, and other burdensome requirements increase costs and discourage solar companies from moving to the area. By streamlining these requirements and taking other steps to encourage solar development, communities become “open for solar business.” SolSmart lists three levels of designation based on a point scale: 60 points for bronze level, 100 points for silver and 200 points for gold. The village earned a gold designation and is one of 13 communities in Illinois at that level. Additionally, Bartlett earned special recognition for earning over 60% of the available points in one of the eight points categories. A plaque was presented to the village.

10. QUESTION/ANSWER: PRESIDENT & TRUSTEES

Trustee Camerer stated that the village sign in front was repainted and looks very good. Also, the flower baskets look good and he looks forward to them get bigger and better.

11. TOWN HALL

Frank Forestiere, 828 Braintree Lane

Mr. Forestiere stated that he lives behind Brewster Creek Plaza. He wanted to address the traffic on Braintree and suggested speed bumps or no left-hand turns out of the Dunkin’ Donuts and no right hand turns out of the Plaza during rush hour. He also suggested making Norwood a one-way going east between rush-hour and have the police giving out tickets. He did not understand the argument about having speed bumps and the detriment to the snowplows. He stated that he picks up garbage at least once per week. He would like to see this issue addressed.

President Wallace asked the police chief to put a little more thought into another solution for this area.

Trustee Gabrenya suggested a three way stop at the intersection.

Charlie Deveaux, 111 N. Tatge

Mr. Deveaux stated that June 6th is the 85th Anniversary of D-Day and we are losing a lot of those veterans daily. He didn’t believe it was a designated flag flying day but would appreciate everyone doing so. He stated that on June 6, 1942 was the day that we won the Battle of Midway, so there is a lot of history going on this week.

12. STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS

A. BUILDING & ZONING COMMITTEE, CHAIRMAN HOPKINS

Trustee Hopkins stated that Ordinance 2019-51, an Ordinance Approving the Extension of Approval Period Contingency in the Real Estate Sale and Purchase Agreement Between More Dusty, LLC and the Village of Bartlett was covered and approved under the Consent Agenda.

B. COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, CHAIRMAN GABRENYA Trustee Gabrenya stated that there was no report.

C. FINANCE & GOLF COMMITTEE, CHAIRMAN DEYNE

Trustee Deyne stated that there was no report.

D. LICENSE & ORDINANCE COMMITTEE, CHAIRMAN REINKE

In the absence of Trustee Reinke, President Wallace stated that the Fourth of July Fireworks Display Request, Fourth of July Class D Liquor License, Fourth of July Parade Permit Request, Police Special Display Permit, Ignite the Courage Class D Liquor License were covered and approved under the Consent Agenda.

E. POLICE & HEALTH COMMITTEE, CHAIRMAN CARBONARO Trustee Carbonaro stated that there was no report.

F. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE, CHAIRMAN CAMERER Trustee Camerer stated that there was no report.

13. NEW BUSINESS - None

14. QUESTION/ANSWER: PRESIDENT & TRUSTEES - None

15. ADJOURN TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

President Wallace stated that the Board will be going into the Committee of the Whole meeting immediately following the close of this meeting.

There being no further business to discuss, Trustee Deyne moved to adjourn the regular Board meeting and that motion was seconded by Trustee Hopkins.

ROLL CALL VOTE TO ADJOURN

AYES: Trustees Camerer, Carbonaro, Deyne, Gabrenya, Hopkins

NAYS: None

ABSENT: Trustee Reinke

MOTION CARRIED

The meeting was adjourned at 7:11 p.m.

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