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November 26, 2007

November 22 & 23, 2007

THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY – Most Village Offices Closed

November 27, 2007

Village Council Workshop Meeting – 7:00 p.m. – Council Chambers

Agenda 11-27-07

Agenda Summary

1. Active Agenda

  • Active a Recommended FY08 Municipal Budget
  • Active b Annexation of 4513 Cross Street
  • Active c Taxi Stand Parking at the Main Street Train Station
  • Active d Parking Modifications on Rogers Street at Douglas Avenue

2. Consent Agenda

  • Consent a Fee Waiver Request for St. Joseph Church Facility Located at 4801 Main Street
  • Consent b DuPage County Stormwater Quality Best Management Practices
  • Consent c DuPage County Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan
  • Consent d Authorization to Execute an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Village and Illinois DOT for the Central Corridor Bikeway Project
  • Consent e Class A Scavenger License Renewal
  • Consent f 2007 Computer Replacements
  • Consent g Purchase of Telemetry System for Outdoor Warning Sirens
  • Consent h New Fire Communications Channel/Frequency
  • Consent i Update to Village Council Policy – Compensation Plan
  • Consent j Community Investment Program (CIP)
  • Consent k Strategic Planning Documents
  • Consent l Home Rule Sales Tax – Public Hearing

3. Manager’s and Directors’ Reports

4. Attorney’s Report

November 29, 2007

Board of Fire and Police Commissioners – 6:00 p.m. – Council Chambers

Agenda Summary

  • Disciplinary Hearing regarding Paul Kaski
  • Disciplinary Hearing regarding Terrance Luby

Environmental Concerns Commission – 7:00 p.m. – Public Works Facility, 5101 Walnut

Agenda Summary

  • Tree Preservation Ordinance

December 1, 2007

Community Grants Commission – 9:00 a.m. – Committee Room

Agenda Summary

  • Hear presentations of applicants to the Community Grants Program
  • Review and make recommendations of grant applications submitted to the Community Grants Program
  • Discuss the possibility of the Community Grants Commission administering a grant to be awarded to a heritage-oriented, not-for-profit organization whereby an allocation of revenue collected from a Thursday night ticketed concert held during Heritage Fesitval would go to this organization. This is consistent with the recommendation of the Community Events Commission with respect to institutionalizing the annual Heritage Concert.