Alton committee pays noncompliance transportation fees
The city of Alton Committee of the Whole met Feb. 6 to pay noncompliance transportation fees.
Here is the meeting's agenda, as provided by the committee:
CITY OF ALTON
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING AGENDA
FEBRUARY 6, 2017
1. Call to Order.
2. Roll Call.
3. Audit Accounts.
4. Laid Over Resolution, re: That the Mayor and appropriate city officials are hereby
authorized and directed to execute any and all appropriate documents to extend the
existing contract between the City and D&D Tire Service as requested by D&D Tire
Service in their letter.
5. Resolution, re: The special labor council of the City of Alton, Mr. John Gilbert of
Sandberg Phoenix, has recommended certain changes to our leave without pay policy as
pertains to persons participating in the armed services or of any reserve component of the
Illinois state militia so as to better comply with state and federal statutes protecting the
rights of such persons.
6. Resolution, re: That the City of Alton shall pay to the Illinois Department of
Transportation the sum of $10,687.23 attributable to the non-compliance with the
regulations related to the aforesaid program and grant, after which the Alton Police
Department will once again be eligible to submit an application for funding of highway
safety projects with the Bureau of Safety Programs and Engineering and that the Chief of
Police is hereby authorized to commit in writing to said repayment following the
commencement of the fiscal year of the City of Alton beginning April 1, 2017 and that
the Chief of Police shall provide in the preparation of the budget for fiscal year 2017-
2018 said sums to be within the budget of the police department for said purpose.
7. Resolution, re: That the Alton Beautification and Clean City Committee established in
Chapter 9 of Title 2 of the City Code of the City of Alton, Illinois shall be abolished by
repeal of said Chapter 9, as accomplished in the ordinance attached hereto and made a
8. Resolution, re: That its officials and agents are hereby authorized to pursue appropriate
legal action against such properties in the Circuit Court as listed below: 901 Gold,
9. Resolution, re: That the Mayor and appropriate city officials are hereby authorized and
directed to execute any and all documents necessary to extend the agreement with DPC
Enterprises for a period of one year expiring January 31, 2018.
DAVID L. BOULDS
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