City of Belleville City Council met March 19.
City of Belleville City Council met March 14.
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
6. Public Participation (2-3 Minutes Per Person)
7. Presentations, Recognitions & Appointments
8. Approval Of Minutes
8-A. Motion to approve City Council Meeting Minutes- March 5, 2018.
8-B. Motion to approve Special City Council Meeting Minutes- March 14, 2018.
9. Claims, Payroll And Disbursements
9-A. Motion to approve claims and disbursements in the amount of $1,329,406.36 and payroll in the amount of $834,185.04.
11. Oral Reports From Standing Committees, Special Committees And Any Other Oral Reports From The Elected Officials Or Staff
11-A. Motions From Finance Committee
11-A(1). Motion to approve insurance renewals as follows:
Insurance Program Managers Group (IPMG) as health insurance third party administrators, including their recommendations for stop loss & aggregate carriers, and Advantica for dental & vision coverage locked in for two years. Also approving staff's recommendation for plan changes.
11-A(2). Motion to approve Christ Bros. for the downtown parking lot improvements.
11-A(3). Motion to approve video gaming terminal stickers - proposed fee of $200 per terminal beginning April 2018 and $250 per terminal beginning April 2019.
11-A(4). Motion to approve Video Gaming Terminal Operators - proposed $500 per location solely to the terminal operator.
11-A(5). Motion to approve liquor license increases for Class A and B base fee by $100 annually beginning April 2018 and $50 annually beginning April 2019.
11-A(6). Motion to approve liquor license increase for Class C base fee by $250 annually beginning April 2018.
11-A(7). Motion to approve liquor license application fee change from $250 to $750.
11-A(8). Motion to approve special event liquor license fee change from $10 to $20 per event.
11-B. Motion From Planning Commission
11-B(1). Moto Mart (FKG Oil Company) - Consideration of a Site Plan, Landscape Plan and Architectural Elevations for a convenience store, gas station and car wash at 2235 W. State Route 161 (intersection of Fullerton Road and State Route 161) on a 5.46 acre “C-2” Heavy Commercial District -zoned parcel. Planning Commission recommended approval with the stipulation that the Site Plan be amended to show parking for trucks on the site.
11-B(2). Garden Homes (Sonoma Group) - Consideration of a Preliminary Plat for the subdivision of a.9 acre “B- 1”Multifamily Residence District-zoned parcel located at 7009 West Main Street into 8 lots. Planning Commission recommended approval with the stipulation that the boundary measurements of the lots be more clearly delineated.
11-B(3). Garden Homes (Sonoma Group) - Consideration of the Site Plan/Final Plat and Improvement Plans for development and subdivision of a.9 acre “B-1” Multifamily Residence District zoned-parcel located at 7009 West Main Street into 8 lots containing 8 multi- family residential units. Planning Commission recommended approval contingent with the stipulation that the developer collaborate with Staff regarding location of the utilities in the area to ensure proper sanitation and other municipal services.
11-C. Motion From Parks Board
11-C(1). Motion to approve the bid from Artwear in the amount of
$10,231.20 for the Tour de Belleville t-shirts. Parks Board approved bid.
11-C(2). Motion to approve construction of a Wooden Concession/Storage Building (approximately 62'x24') at Jaycee Park funded by $107,000 grant from St Clair County Grants Commission to Belleville Jaycees Development Corporation. Upon completion structure to be dedicated to the City. Parks Board approved request.
12-A. Earth Day Awards - Friday, April 20, 2018
Communication from the St. Clair County Health requesting to use the northwest quadrant of the public square for their Earth Day program on April 20, 2018, 7:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. Request "No Parking" designated in the first 3 parking spots within the first block of West Main Street on the north side for the ILAWC interactive trailer. Additional request for picnic tables and sand bags.
12-B. Belleville Chamber of Commerce Ale Fest - Saturday, April 21, 2018 Communication from the Belleville Chamber of Commerce requesting to host the Belleville Ale Fest on April 21, 2018, 12:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. at 4204 Main Street Brewing Company located at 6435 West Main Street. Additional request for trash toters, picnic tables and barricades.
12-C. Belleville East Retirement Party - Friday, May 4, 2018
Communication from Tavern on Main requesting to host a retirement party on May 4, 2018 from 5:00p.m. to 12:00a.m. Street closure request North Church from East Main Street to alley from 4:30p.m. to 12:00a.m. including use of Gas Light Patio. Additional request for picnic tables, barricades and trash toters.
12-D. Hands to Help - Saturday, May 12, 2018
Communication from Hands to Help requesting to host their event at Centerfield Tavern on May 12, 2018, 12:00p.m. to 8:00p.m. Street closure request: East 'A' Street from the east side of Michigan to the alley (directly in front of bar) 11:00a.m. to 8:00p.m. Additional request for picnic tables and barricades.
12-E. Ainad Shriner's Circus Days Parade - Friday, June 1, 2018
Communication from the Ainad Shriner’s to hold their Circus Days Parade on June 1, 2018 commencing at 7:30p.m. with a rolling street closure along West and East Main Street from 17th Street to Douglas Avenue. Street closure request: West Main Street from 17th Street to 20th Street starting at 5:30p.m. to 9:30p.m. for staging. Viewing stand to be placed on the southeast quadrant of the Public Square. Additional request for police personnel, fire personnel, no
parking signs, barricades, trash toters, electrical panels and clean-up of parade route.
12-F. Class Reunion of 1973 - Saturday, September 15, 2018
Communication from Tavern on Main requesting to host a Class Reunion of 1973 on September 15, 2018 from 5:00p.m. to 12:00a.m. Street closure request North Church from East Main Street to alley from 4:30p.m. to 12:00a.m. including use of Gas Light Patio. Additional request for picnic tables, barricades and trash toters.
12-G. Class Reunion of 1973 - Saturday, September 29, 2018
Communication from Tavern on Main requesting to host a Class Reunion of 1973 on September 29, 2018 from 5:00p.m. to 12:00a.m. Street closure request: North Church from East Main Street to alley from 4:30p.m. to 12:00a.m. including use of Gas Light Patio. Additional request for picnic tables, barricades and trash toters.
12-H. Belleville Chamber of Commerce Chili Cook-Off - Friday,
October 5 and Saturday, October 6, 2018 Request from the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce to host the Chili Cook-Off event October 5 and October 6, 2018, 11:00a.m. to 10:30p.m. Street closure request: Public Square one block north, south, east and west. East Main Street from 159 to the west side of Church Street beginning at 5:00p.m. on Thursday, October 4, 2018 and
reopening at 1:00a.m. on Sunday, October 7, 2018. Additional request for picnic tables, barricades, trash toters, sanitation manpower, clean- up, Police personnel and electrical panels.
12-I. Belleville Chamber of Commerce Chili Chase 5k & Kids Pepper
Dash - Saturday, October 6, 2018 Request from the Greater Belleville Chamber of Commerce to host the Chili Chase 5K & Kids Pepper Dash on October 6, 2018 at 7:00a.m. to 10:30a.m. Street closure request: Church Street from East "A" Street to East Washington Street and East Main Street from Church Street to west side of Charles Street, 7:00a.m. to 10:30a.m. Additional request for barricades and Police personnel.
14-A. Resolution 3328
A Resolution requesting permission from IDOT to close Route 159 for the Chili Cook Off -October 5-6, 2018.
14-B. Resolution 3329
A Resolution requesting permission from IDOT to close Route 159 for the Shriner's Parade -June 1, 2018.
15-A. Ordinance 8176-2018
An Ordinance amending various fees within Chapter 111 (Amusement and Recreation; Raffles) and Chapter 121 (Alcoholic Beverages) of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Belleville, Illinois.
15-B. Ordinance 8181-2018
An Ordinance amending various fees within Chapter 112 (Emergency Services; Homeless Shelters), Chapter 113 (Special Sales; Personal Sales), (Chapter 116 (Vehicle-Related Businesses), Chapter 117 (Lodging Businesses), Chapter 118 (Food and Beverage Businesses), and Chapter 154 (Property Maintenance Code of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Belleville, Illinois.
15-C. Ordinance 8182-2018
An Ordinance approving the Site Plan/Final Plat of Garden Homes Subdivision a Resubdivision of Lots No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in Block 2 of Obledale as Recorded in Plat Book "W" on Page 10 Township 1 North, Range West of the 3rd P.M., City of Belleville, St. Clair County, Illinois.
16. Unfinished Business
17. Miscellaneous & New Business
17-A. Motor Fuel Claims in the Amount of $503.28.
18. Executive Session
18-A. The City Council may go into executive session to discuss personnel, litigation, workers’ compensation, property acquisition, transfer of property.
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.