City of Belleville City Council met October 2.
City of Belleville City Council met October 2.
Here is the agenda provided by the Council:
1. Call To Order By Mayor And Explanation Of Disaster Procedures
Reminder: Since The Meetings Are Being Videotaped It Is Important That Everyone Speak Directly Into A Microphone When Speaking.
2. Roll Call Aldermen
3. Roll Call Department Heads
4. Pledge Of Allegiance
5. Public Hearing
5-A. A Public Hearing before the City Council of the City of Belleville for the Acceptance of credit card payments.
5-B. A Public Hearing before the City Council of the City Belleville for a Right of Way dedication plat for Frank Scott Parkway, parcel # 08- 07.0-302-011, 08-07.0-302-012, 08-07.0-302-016, 08-07.0-302-019, 08-07.0-302-020, 08-07.0-304-001, 08-07.0-304-002, 08-07.0-302- 051.
6. Public Participation (2-3 Minutes Per Person) - See back page for rules.
7. Presentations, Recognitions & Appointments
7-A. Jalen Williams and Kayla Bell, students from Belleville West High School and the B.A.S.I.C Initiative, will recognize the character word of the month “Responsibility” willingness to be accountable for your own actions without blaming others.
8. Approval Of Minutes
8-A. City Council Meeting - September 18, 2017.
9. Claims, Payroll And Disbursements
9-A. Motion to approve claims and disbursements in the amount of $1,790,309.53 payroll in the amount of $837,888.18.
11. Oral Reports From Standing Committees, Special Committees And Any Other Oral Reports From The Elected Officials Or Staff
11-A. Motions From Master Sewer Committee:
11-A(1). Motion to approve the transfer of water line ownership to Illinois American Water Company.
11-A(2). Motion to approve the IEPA Loan Agreement authorization.
11-A(3). Motion to approve an time extension Change Order #5 for the LTCP Phase 3 South Side Park Lift Station and Relief Sewers Project # E04-110194.
11-B. Motion From Board Of Fire And Police:
11-B(1). Motion to approve Engineer Jon Vermeiren to Captain and Firefighter Ryan Mahoney to Engineer effective October 9, 2017 at 12:00 am.
11-C. Motion From Ordinance And Legal Committee:
11-C(1). Motion to authorize the acceptance of credit card payments for authorized obligations to the City of Belleville.
11-D. Motions From Zoning Board Of Appeals:
11-D(1). 46-Aug-17 –SonomaCap/Adam Hill – A two-fold request for bulk variances to permit a property at 7000-7009 West Main Street (Parcel number: 07- 01.0-417-005) to (a): Maintain a site coverage of 42% and (b) setback reductions to permit the following: zero (0) in between units; 10 feet on the east and west property lines; a 15-foot rear setback and a 20-foot front yard setback in a "B-1" Multi- family Residence District. (Applicable portion of the Zoning Code: 162.570, 162.092.) Ward 4 A motion was made by Don Rockwell to APPROVE the request. It was seconded by Tim Price. All members present voted in the affirmative. The motion carried 4-0-1.
11-D(2). 56-Sept-17- Oak Tree Management - A request for a Special Use Permit for a Liquor License for Hofbräuhaus Restaurant at 123 St. Eugene Drive (Parcel: 07030300007) located in a “C-2” Heavy Commercial District. (Applicable portion of the zoning code: 162.248.) Ward 8 A motion was made by Toni Togias to Approve the request with the following stipulation: (1.) In the name of the applicant only. It was seconded by Tim Price. All members present voted in the affirmative. The motion carried 4-0-1.
11-E. Motion From Administration:
11-E(1). Motion to purchase the property at 326 North 10th Street from the St. Clair County Trustee in the amount of $779.25.
12-A. Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade, 10/29/2017
Request from the Belleville Humane Society to hold their annual Pet Parade on October 29, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. with applicable street closures.
12-B. Humane Society Block Party, 10/29/2017
Request from the Belleville Humane Society to hold a block party on October 29, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Requesting the closure of the 1st block of East Main Street between IL 159 and High Street from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
14-A. Resolution 3313
A Resolution of the City of Belleville, Illinois authorizing the execution of the Dedication of Right-of-Way for Frank Scott Parkway.
14-B. Resolution 3314
A Resolution authorizing execution of a purchase contract with the St. Clair County Tax Agent for 326 North 10th Street.
15-A. Ordinance 8105-2017
An ordinance authorizing the acceptance of credit card payments for authorized obligations to the City of Belleville.
15-B. Ordinance 8106-2017
An Ordinance authorizing the City of Belleville (St. Clair County), Illinois to borrow funds from the Water Pollution Control Revolving Loan Program.
15-C. Ordinance 8108-2017
A Zoning Ordinance In RE 46-Aug-17 –SonomaCap/Adam Hill.
15-D. Ordinance 8109-2017
A Zoning Ordinance In RE 56-Sept-17- Oak Tree Management.
16. Unfinished Business
17. Miscellaneous & New Business
17-A. Motor Fuel Claims in the Amount of $10,774.06.
18. Executive Session
18-A. The City Council may go into executive session to discuss personnel, litigation, workers’ compensation, property acquisition, transfer of property.
18-A(1). Possible motion extending Illinois Metropolitan Investment Fund (IMET) Agreement.
19. Adjournment (All Questions Relating To The Priority Of Business Shall Be Decided By The Chair Without Debate, Subject To Appeal)
Public Participation (2-3 Minutes Per Person):
(a) Members of the public may address the City Council in accordance with Section 2.06(g) of the Illinois Open Meetings Act (5 ILCS 120/2.06(g);
(b) Public comments are limited to three (3) minutes per speaker;
(c) The subject of public comments shall be reasonably related to matters(s) identified on the meeting agenda and/or other city business;
(d) Repetitive public comments should be avoided, to the extent practical, through adoption of prior public comment (e.g. agreeing with prior speaker);
(e) The following conduct is prohibited during public participation:
• Acting or appearing in a lewd or disgraceful manner;
• Using disparaging, obscene or insulting language;
• Personal attacks impugning character and/or integrity;
• Disorderly conduct as defined in Section 130.02 of this revised code of ordinances.
(f) Any speaker who engages in such prohibited conduct during public participation shall be called to order by the chair or ruling by the chair if a point of order is made by a sitting alderman.