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VILLAGE OF NORTH AURORA
VILLAGE BOARD MEETING MINUTES
FEBRUARY 5, 2018

CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Berman called the meeting to order.

SILENT PRAYER – MEDITATION – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL
In attendance: Mayor Dale Berman, Trustee Mark Gaffino, Trustee Mike Lowery, Trustee Laura Curtis, Trustee Mark Guethle, Village Clerk Lori Murray. Not in attendance: Trustees Mark Carroll and Tao Martinez.

Staff in attendance: Village Administrator Steve Bosco, Finance Director Bill Hannah, Community & Economic Development Director Mike Toth, Water Superintendent Paul Young, Police Chief David Fisher, Village Attorney Kevin Drendel.

AUDIENCE COMMENTS – None
TRUSTEE COMMENTS - None

CONSENT AGENDA
1. Village Board Minutes dated 1/15/18; Committee of the Whole Minutes dated 1/15/18.
2. Travel and Expenses for Business Purposes in the Amount of $65.00
3. Pay Request No. 3, Final in the Amount of $5,176.19 to National Power Rodding Corp. for the 2016 Sanitary Sewer Televising
4. Interim Bills List dated 1/24/18 in the Amount of $111,023.98
5. Bills List dated 2/5/18 in the Amount of $365,890.77

Motion for approval made by Trustee Gaffino and seconded by Trustee Guethle. Roll Call Vote: Trustee Gaffino – yes, Trustee Guethle – yes, Trustee Lowery – yes, Trustee Curtis – yes. Motion approved (4-0).

NEW BUSINESS
1. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Kane County for G.I.S. Services
Motion for approval made by Trustee Curtis and seconded by Trustee Lowery. Roll Call Vote: Trustee Curtis – yes, Trustee Lowery – yes, Trustee Gaffino – yes, Trustee Guethle – yes. Motion approved (4-0).

2. Approval of an Ordinance Approving a Temporary Use Permit for the Property at
1175 Oak Street, North Aurora, Illinois as a place of Religious Worship
Trustee Gaffino recused himself from voting on this item due to personal reasons. The request for this ordinance is for a 6-month extension on the current agreement. Motion for approval made by Trustee Lowery and seconded by Trustee Curtis. Roll Call Vote: Trustee Lowery – yes, Trustee Curtis – yes, Trustee Guethle – yes, Mayor Berman – yes. Motion approved (4-0).

3. Approval of an Engineering Agreement in the Amount of $73,078.00 with Rempe
Sharpe & Associates for the 2018 Street Improvements Program
Motion for approval made by Trustee Gaffino and seconded by Trustee Lowery. Roll Call Vote: Trustee Gaffino – yes, Trustee Lowery – yes, Trustee Curtis – yes, Trustee Guethle – yes. Motion approved (4-0).

4. Approval of a Proposal from Rubino Engineering Inc. in the Amount of $10,800.00
for Materials Testing Engineering
Motion for approval made by Trustee Curtis and seconded by Trustee Lowery. Roll Call Vote: Trustee Curtis – yes, Trustee Lowery – yes, Trustee Gaffino – yes, Trustee Guethle – yes. Motion approved (4-0).

5. Motion to Waive Bids and Approve the Purchase of two MIOX Generator Units
from Johnston Matthey MIOX Corporation for the West Treatment Plant in the Amount of $116,730.00
Motion for approval made by Trustee Guethle and seconded by Trustee Curtis. Roll Call Vote: Trustee Guethle – yes, Trustee Curtis – yes, Trustee Lowery – yes, Trustee Gaffino – yes. Motion approved (4-0).

OLD BUSINESS – None
VILLAGE PRESIDENT REPORT – None
COMMITTEE REPORTS – None
TRUSTEES’ COMMENTS - None
ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT - None
ATTORNEY’S REPORT - None

FIRE DISTRICT – Absent

VILLAGE DEPARTMENT REPORTS
1. Finance – Bill Hannah reported that the departments are currently in the middle of the budget process.
2. Community Development - None
3. Police – Chief Fisher recognized Sergeant Foltz and Officers Norris, Peat and McCoy from the night shift for a call they had received the previous evening. They had received a call around 10:30 p.m. about a resident who left the Eden’s facility in his motorized wheelchair and hadn’t returned in an hour. The officers went onto the bike trail and found the resident. He had fallen and the wheelchair was lying on top of him and he was unable to move. Due to the freezing temperatures in the area, Chief Fisher credits the officers as well as the person who reported the resident missing for saving his life.
4. Public Works - None

ADJOURNMENT
Motion to adjourn made by Trustee Guethle and seconded by Trustee Curtis. All in favor. Motion approved.

Respectfully Submitted,

Lori J. Murray
Village Clerk

 


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