Fairview Heights City Council discusses consent agenda, bills
The Fairview Heights City Council met at 7 p.m. yesterday, Aug. 16.
Here are the meeting minutes as provided by the Fairview Heights City Council:
CITY OF FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
AUGUST 16, 2016
A. Call to Order
B. Pledge of Allegiance
D. Roll Call
E. Public Participation
F. Consent Agenda:
City Council Minutes – August 2, 2016
Executive Session Minutes – August 2, 2016
Finance Director Report
Presentation of Bills - $1,597,923.07
G. Committee Reports
H. Communication from Mayor
I. Communication from Elected Officials
J. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
K. NEW BUSINESS
Proposed Ordinance No. 46-’16, an Ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 1409-2008, passed July 1, 2008 and approved July 2, 2008; and an Ordinance creating the licensing and operation of Multiple Family and Single Family Rental Residential dwellings. (Administration Committee) Proposed Ordinance No. 47-’16, an Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 190, “The Revised Code,” Chapter 25, Nuisances by adding Article VI, Nuisance Parties and Social Gatherings.
Proposed Resolution No. 72-’16, a Resolution amending Resolution No. 4006-2016, passed April 19, 2016, and approved April 21, 2016; a Resolution authorizing Departmental Force Levels.
(Police Department) (Operations Committee)
Proposed Resolution No. 73-’16, a Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract on behalf of the City with James G. Staat Tuckpointing & Waterproofing Inc. for tuckpointing of the North Wing and Northwest portion of the Municipal Complex. (Operations Committee)
K. NEW BUSINESS - continued
Proposed Resolution No. 74-’16, a Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into a letter of engagement on behalf of the City with Commercial Energy Consultants to provide an Electric Energy Expense Analysis and contract negotiations assistance with an electric supplier for the City’s facilities, street lights, and traffic signals. (Operations Committee)
Proposed Resolution No. 75-’16, a Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with SCI Engineering to perform a Mine Exploration Study on 72 acres in the State Route 159 North Tax Increment Finance District. (Administration Committee)
Move to reappoint Libby Rich to the Beautification Commission, term to expire July 21, 2017.
Move to reappoint Linda Hoppe to the Planning Commission, term to expire August 21, 2019.