City of Belleville City Council met November 19.
City of Belleville City Council met Nov. 19.
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
7-A. Mayor Eckert will read a proclamation recognizing Shop Small Saturday, November 24, 2018.
8. Approval Of Minutes
8-A. Motion to approve City Council Meeting Minutes of November 5, 2018.
9. Claims, Payroll And Disbursements
9-A. Motion to approve claims and disbursements in the amount of $985,389.80 payroll in the amount of $849,125.63.
11. Oral Reports From Standing Committees, Special Committees And Any Other Oral Reports From The Elected Officials Or Staff
11-A. Motion From Traffic Committee
11-A(1). Motion to approve No Through Truck Traffic on South
11th Street from West Main Street to South Belt West.
11-B. Motions From Finance Committee
11-B(1). Motion to approve Worker's Compensation and
Property/Liability Insurance package with Safety
National, Chubb and IPRF.
11-B(2). Motion to approve increasing final year of current
auditing services contract by a net cost of $1,400.
11-B(3). Motion to approve budget amendments as recommended
by the Finance Director.
11-C. Motions From Planning Commission
11-C(1). Rainstorm Express Car Wash (Rusty Modesty, EROP LLC): Site Plan, Landscape Plan, and Architectural Elevations for a Rainstorm Express Car Wash at 5700/5900 North Belt West (a portion of parcel numbers 08-18.0-100-023 and 08-18.0-100-022) located on a 1.4 acre, "C-2" Heavy Commercial District zoned parcel. Ward 8 Planning Commission recommended APPROVAL of Site Plan with the Stipulation that the necessary Subdivision Plat is approved by the City of
Belleville and recorded with St. Clair County.
11-C(2). Ashland Storage Belleville (Alan Sinn): Site Plan and Architectural Elevations for a commercial storage facility at 653 Carlyle Avenue (Parcel number: 08-23.0-305-020) located on a 4.13 acre, "C-2" Heavy Commercial District zoned parcel. Ward 7Planning Commission recommended APPROVAL of Site Plan with the contingency Ashland Storage works with staff on final material selection for fencing
11-D. Motions From Economic Development & Annexation Committee
11-D(1). Motion to approve a development agreement with Larissa Photography for the remodeling of the existing facility located at 19 S. High St.
11-D(2). Motion to approve a development agreement with Nester Realty Inc. for façade improvements at 12 E. Main St.
11-E. Motion From Streets And Grades Committee
11-E(1). Motion to approve Municipal Estimate of Maintenance Under the Illinois Highway Code in the amount of
$1,980,539.50 for 2019-2020. (MFT Funds)
12-A.Old Belleville Historic Luminary Walk 12/05/18 Request from Belleville Historical Society, Gustave Koerner House, St. Clair County Historical Society and Neighbors of Abend and Garfield to hold the “The Old Belleville Historic Luminary Walk” Saturday, December 8, 5:00pm to 9:00pm. Street closure request East Garfield from Mascoutah Avenue to Abend Street and Abend Street from East Lincoln to East Garfield 12:00pm to 9:30pm. Additional request of barricades and street sweeping prior to event.
12-B. Onesie Bar Crawl 01/19/19
Request for multiple establishments to hold an Onesie Bar Crawl, Saturday, January 19, 2019 starting at 1:00 p.m.
14-A. Resolution 3340-2018
A Resolution amending the annual budget of the City of Belleville, Illinois for the fiscal year beginning on the first day of May 2018 and ending on the 30th day of April 2019.
15-A. Ordinance 8275-2018
An ordinance amending Chapter 75 (Traffic Schedules) of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Belleville, Illinois as amended, by amending portions of sections thereof.
16. Unfinished Business
17. Miscellaneous & New Business
17-A. Motor Fuel Claims in the Amount of $75,297.92.
18. Executive Session
18-A. The City Council may go into executive session to discuss personnel, litigation, workers’ compensation, property acquisition, transfer of property, (5 ILCS 120/2(c)(21)).
18-B. Motion to approve worker's compensation settlement(s).
19. Adjournment (All Questions Relating To The Priority Of Business Shall Be Decided By The Chair Without Debate, Subject To Appeal)