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August 07, 2001

1. Call to Order

Mayor Brian Krajewski called the regular meeting of the Village Council of the Village of Downers Grove to order at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Downers Grove Village Hall.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

Mayor Krajewski led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Mayor Krajewski said he would like to remind everyone present that the Council meeting is broadcast over the local FM radio station, WDGC . In addition, a tape recording and videotape of the meeting are being made using Village owned equipment. The videotape of the meeting will be used for later rebroadcast of the Council meeting over the Village cable television Channel 6.

The Council will follow the rules of conduct for this meeting as provided in Sec. 2.5 of the Downers Grove Municipal Code. These offer the public the opportunity to comment at several points in the meeting. First, immediately following approval of the minutes of the past meetings, an opportunity will be given for public comments and questions on the active agenda items for this evening’s meeting. Following this, an opportunity is given for public comments and questions on any subject. Finally, if a public hearing is scheduled for this meeting, an opportunity is given for public comments and questions related to the subject of the hearing.

The Mayor stated that at the appropriate time the presiding officers will ask if there are any comments from the public. If anyone wishes to speak, the individual should raise their hand to be recognized and, after acknowledgment from the presiding officer, approach the microphone and state their name and address. He stated that remarks be limited to five minutes, and asked that individuals refrain from making repetitive statements.

The Mayor said there are agendas located on either side of the Council Chambers, and he invited the audience to pick up an agenda and follow the progress of the Council meeting.

2. Roll Call

Present: Commissioner Michael Gilbert, Commissioner Thomas Sisul, Commissioner Marilyn Schnell, Commissioner Martin Tully, Commissioner Mark Zabloudil and Mayor Brian Krajewski Absent: Village Clerk April Holden Non Voting: Village Manager Riccardo Ginex, Village Manager Riccardo Ginex and Deputy Village Clerk Linda Brown

3. Minutes of Workshop and Council Meetings

Executive Session for Approval Only – July 3, 2001 & July 17, 2001 Council Meeting – July 17, 2001 Workshop Meeting – July 24, 2001 The Mayor said in the Council meeting minutes, regarding the Park District item, he said he believed all of the comments preceded the vote.

SWEARING IN OF POLICE OFFICERS AND PROMOTIONS

Village Manager Ginex reflected on his 24 years, 2 months and 26 days on the Police force. He shared comments he expressed in a letter he sent to the Police Department staff on his retirement. Manager Ginex reviewed his brief tenure as Chief and commented on the devotion to duty of Police staff. He said that his door was always open, and he would always be with the Police Department in spirit. He then conducted the swearing-in ceremony.

Police Chief Robert Porter thanked everyone present in support of the police officers, and the Council for supporting his appointment. Chief Porter expressed his appreciation to his family, noting the personal sacrifices spouses and family members make to their police officers. He congratulated Manager Ginex on his 24 years of service to the Police Department, and his new position as Village Manager. In regard to his own philosophy as Police Chief, Chief Porter said he is a firm believer in establishing a good line of communication with the Village Manager and Village Council, as well as communicating with the public. First and foremost in being a police officer is integrity, and he quoted President Eisenhower on integrity. He closed by saying that in his interviews of potential police officers he was struck with their positive comments about the Downers Grove Police Department, and he is extremely proud to have been selected to lead this department.

4. Public Comments and Questions

A. Comments and Questions on Active Agenda

1. Village Attorney Blondin said there is a slight modification on the Bradley’s Brookbank Subdivision item based on comments to him from Dr. Goodman. This references changes that might be necessary to the restrictive covenant. There is also a scrivener’s error that will be corrected.

2. Dr. Gordon Goodman, 5834 Middaugh, asked about the Bradley’s Brookbank Subdivision item. There was a discussion concerning the alignment of the sidewalk at the July 24 Workshop and he asked whether any further changes have been made.

Mr. Ken Rathje said that there are three reasons why the sidewalk was that close: 1) the wetlands, 2) the slope of the land; and 3) the alignment to the adjoining sidewalk. If they put it in the ideal location it would encroach on the wetlands at the northerly half of the Brookbank frontage. The southerly portion involves the stormwater detention. The alternatives are either no sidewalk, putting the sidewalk where it is presently proposed, or completely reconstructing Brookbank to eliminate the median.

Dr. Goodman asked whether it is possible to move the sidewalk so there is better separation, even as small as a foot west, as it would be particularly helpful during the snowy weather. He said the Resolution as presented allows this type of discretionary adjustment, and he hoped the engineer would continue to look at this possibility and make whatever adjustment is possible.

Mr. Rathje said in recognition of the design of the curb, the sidewalk has been planned for a six foot width, rather than the standard five foot sidewalk. B. Comments and Questions on General Matters

1. Peter Hultman, 1410 Gilbert, expressed concerns about the CBD construction project which began in 1999, and particularly in the lack of concern given to public safety. He appeared before the Council several times and wrote letters about the problem, but nothing was done until the start of Phase III , which was approximately a year and three months after his concerns were expressed. Mr. Hultman said he also expressed concerns about compaction, which was also not considered for some time. Mr. Hultman said he did, however, find a way to get the Council’s attention when he fell on the stairs between the lower parking lot and the upper level. He investigated those stairs and found they were not properly constructed. Those stairs are now being reworked and he thanked the Council for that work.

2. Dr. Gordon Goodman, 5834 Middaugh, commented that there are shelters along the south side of the Main Street Train Station, but none on the north side. He has discussed this with Mr. Shoger. He recommended bringing one of the smaller shelters from the south side across as a temporary measure for protection from inclement weather.

The Mayor asked the Manager to get an update from Public Works on this. Manager Ginex said they have been working with other agencies on designs, and hoped to get this completed before the inclement weather. They are also looking at Belmont and Fairview stations. The Mayor recommended they also look at moving one of the smaller ones to the north side.

3. Alan Enzbiglis, 1526 62nd Street, said he previously expressed his concerns about opening a busines in the Village. He said he has been a member of the Western Springs and Hinsdale businessmen association for 22 years. In those years of working with government, the present Downers Grove Village Council is, in his opinion, the best Council he has dealt with due to its open attitude. Mr. Enzbiglis said he opened his first business in 1979 in Western Springs, at a time when the economy of the town changed due to the influx of young executives who moved in and were attracted by the proximity of the railroad to the town. He said he is still very interested in opening a business in Downers Grove. He said he drove through the landbank properties area and noticed that it is mostly houses, and he believes it should be replaced by houses.

4. Evita Wolf, 5123 Carpenter, said she has lived in the Village since 1950. She remembers when they had to bail out the Library and the Congregational Church due to the flooding of the area. The Creek was eventually enclosed. She knows how much water can fall and cause flooding. She asked what the Village plans to do with the stormwater. She has an erosion problem. Her stairs have started to crumble. Density is an important consideration. At some time they have to think about what they are going to do with the water. The condos she lives in were built in 1980, and she moved into them in 1993. There was a four-space parking lot in front of her area then, which became severely eroded. Ms. Wolf said the Village must look at the history of the area they are planning to build the townhouses in. She said if there is a plan they must look more seriously at the community. She asked that someone from the Village come and look at her building and the area to see what kinds of problems they are encountering.

5. Jean Young McBride, 1217 Gilbert, commented on the same issue as Ms. Wolf discussed. She said the EDC website says that the Gilbert Street landbanks should enhance the community and be a distinctive high quality. There should be a preservation of large trees, and there should be low density preferences. Ms. McBride said she believed the Oakwood development better meets these objectives. The Rosol development of 26 units does not. Ms. McBride said her family has lived here since 1986, supports the downtown businesses, and plans to remain in the community. She has witnessed accidents at Carpenter and Gilbert, and expressed concern for the senior center in that area as well. Ms. McBride said density is a primary concern, given the Morningside development and the proposed Station Crossing. The Gilbert Street site presently holds nine standing homes. In the Rosol proposed five units would be sandwiched in the back of the rowhouses, and she cannot imagine anyone spending $385,000 to look at the back of other rowhouses. Rosol also only provides nine visitor spaces for 26 units. Rosol plans to provide a small pocket park as well, which would be only a quarter of a block from Fishel Park. She said the Park District has already said they do not have money for added programs, and she said if they don’t have the money for additional programs, they certainly cannot maintain another park. Ms. McBride said she keeps hearing how much money this new development will bring to Downers Grove. She reminded the Mayor and the Council that she is not a tax dollar, nor is she a downtown resident. She is a person, and so are her children. They are supposed to be represented by people who care about the quality of this community and the safety of its residents.

The Mayor said that tomorrow afternoon, he and the Village Manager will be meeting with 7 or 8 real estate brokers who have reviewed these plans. That information will be given to the Council. Also, at next week’s Workshop meeting there will be a discussion about density issues and the zoning code. Mayor Krajewski said that neither proposal meets the density requirement, nor are they defined in the Village Code. Some areas of the Code will have to be addressed in the future. Both proposals propose a park area as well, and the question will be who will maintain those parks. He said that more issues will be explored next week on these projects.

6. Paul Mitchell, 4604 Wilson, said he saw the plans for the development, and asked what the difference was in square footage of the two proposals. The Mayor said he did not have the figures available but they were probably close. Each proposal had different types of units. He said they would get that information.

Commissioner Tully said that the Oakwood Dvelopment shows 75,569 square feet of site area with 32,359 square feet of greensapce (42%), 43,210 square feet of nonpermeable area (67.2%), and a total building area of 27,790 square feet (36.7%), and paved area of 16,420 square feet (20.5%).

Dr. Goodman pointed out that the Public Library has the floor plans and booklets for the proposals in the public documents shelf.

Commissioner Tully gave the statistics for the Rosol development with a site area of 75,216 square feet, 23,925 square feet of structures (31.8%), total greenspace including the park of 27,758 square feet (36.9%), and asphalt at 23,553 square feet.

7. Kevin Graney, 5255 Carpenter Street, said he saw the two proposals and thinks the Rosol development would compliment the downtown area very well. From looking at the other home on Carpenter built by Rosol, he said Rosol takes care of the neighbors. The developer took the time to speak with the neighbors and ask if everything was going all right. He would like to see the Rosol development.

8. Jim Danziger, 1321 Palmer Street, said he drives by the Gilbert Street area every day. There is always a drainage problem in the community as he saw in other parts of the Village. He believes lower density is the way to go. He said the price range drives out middle-income people. He would like to see more greenspace and provisions for drainage.

5. Public Hearings

6. Consent Agenda

COR00 -00594 Claim Ordinance: No. 5391, Payroll, July 27, 2001 Sponsors: Accounting A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: N/A

BIL00 -00595 List of Bills Payable: No. 5392, August 7, 2001 Sponsors: Accounting Commissioner Gilbert questioned Items HU784 , fund 522, and Item SK972 , fund 752. A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: N/A

BID00 -00577 Bid: $295,960.20 plus 5% to M&C Scavelli, Inc. for Project 02-01, 2001 Sidewalk Improvements Sponsors: Public Works A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Sidewalk Replacement

BID00 -00578 Bid: Award Contracts to RSKCo and Edward Fitness for Injury Reduction Program Sponsors: Fire Department A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Fire Department

BID00 -00579 Bid: $39,875 to Metro Underground Services, Inc. for Drainage Work – 4500 Block of Downers Drive Sponsors: Public Works A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Storm Sewers

BID00 -00581 Bid: $65,254.50 to US Filter Distribution for Supply of Fire Hydrants Sponsors: Finance and Public Works A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Fire Hydrants

BID00 -00582 Bid: $34,885 to Free Flow Tapping & Inserting Company for Contract Extension for Water Insertion Valves Supply & Labor for FY 2001 /02 Sponsors: Finance and Public Works A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Water Valves Passed The Consent Agenda

A motion was made by Commissioner Sisul, seconded by Commissioner Gilbert, that the consent agenda be passed. The motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski

7. Active Agenda

ORD00 -00583 Ordinance: Provide for an Amendment to Ordinance #4302 and the Village of Downers Grove Budget for Fiscal Year 2001/02 Sponsors: Finance Summary of Item: This will amend the fiscal year 2001/02 budget to provide for allocation of additional funding to increase the Corporate Fund of the total Village Budget by $14,019.00.

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR AN AMENDMENT TO ORDINANCE #4302 AND THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001 /02 ORDINANCE NO . 4320 A motion was made by Commissioner Sisul, seconded by Commissioner Gilbert, to Adopt this file. Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski Indexes: Computers, Budget Amendment – 2001/02

RES00 -00585 Resolution: Authorize Agreement with Kane, McKenna and Associates, Inc. for Downtown Consulting Services Sponsors: Director of Redevelopment Summary of Item: This will authorize a first amendment to an agreement with Kane, McKenna & Associates for professional services in relation to the Downtown TIF District.

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE AND KANE , MCKENNA & ASSOCIATES , INC.

RESOLUTION 2001 -68 A motion was made by Commissioner Gilbert, seconded by Commissioner Zabloudil, to Adopt this file. Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski Indexes: Central Business District TIF

ORD00 -00587 Ordinance: Amend the Downers Grove Utility Tax Sponsors: Finance Summary of Item: This will repeal the Infrastructure Maintenance Fee ordinance and increase the Telecommunication Tax rate to 3.5%.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DOWNERS GROVE UTILITY TAX

ORDINANCE NO . 4321 A motion was made by Commissioner Zabloudil, seconded by Commissioner Schnell, to Adopt this file. Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski Indexes: Telecommunications Tax, Infrastructure Maintenance Fee, Utility Tax

ORD00 -00592 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE TO REZONE BRADLEY ’S BROOKBANK SUBDIVISION (Rezone Bradley’s Brookbank Subdivision from R-1 to R-3) Sponsors: Zoning Board of Appeals Summary of Item: At their meeting of February 23, 2000, the Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously recommended that the property commonly known as Bradley’s Brookbank Subdivision be rezoned from R-1 Single Family Residential to R-3 Single Family Residential.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE TO REZONE BRADLEY ’S BROOKBANK SUBDIVISION

ORDINANCE NO . 4322 A motion was made by Commissioner Schnell, seconded by Commissioner Tully, to Adopt this file. Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski Indexes: Subdivision – Bradley’s Brookbank Prairie Subdivision, Rezone 5941 Middaugh – R-1 to R-3

RES00 -00588 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FINAL PLAT OF SUBDIVISION FOR BRADLEY ’S BROOKBANK PRAIRIE SUBDIVISION Sponsors: Plan Commission Summary of Item: At their meeting of July 10, 2001, the Plan Commission unanimously recommended approval of the final plat of subdivision for Bradley’s Brookbank Prairie Subdivision and that exceptions be approved as regards lot depth.

A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FINAL PLAT OF SUBDIVISION FOR BRADLEY ’S BROOKBANK PRAIRIE SUBDIVISION

RESOLUTION 2001 -69 Commissioner Schnell asked that somewhere in the future they look at the vacation issue again. A motion was made by Commissioner Tully, seconded by Commissioner Sisul, to Adopt this file. Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski Indexes: Subdivision – Bradley’s Brookbank Prairie Subdivision

8. Mayor’s Report

Materials to be Received – Minutes

Library Board – July 11, 2001 Liquor Commission – June 7, 2001 & July 12, 2001 Parking & Traffic Commission – July 17, 2001 Plan Commission – June 5, 2001 Public Safety Committee – June 13, 2001 Public Works Committee – June 5, 2001, June 12, 2001, June 19, 2001, June 26, 2001 & July 3, 2001 A motion was made by Commissioner Sisul, seconded by Commissioner Gilbert, to Note Receipt Of this file. Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski

Materials to be Received – Monthly Reports

New Business

Mayor Krajewski asked the Clerk to read a resolution appointing and reappointing members to Village Boards and Commissions.

RES00 -00597 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING AND REAPPOINTING MEMBERS TO VILLAGE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS Sponsors: Mayor Summary of Item: This confirms the following appointments:

LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES David Humphreys is reappointed for a six-year term expiring April 30, 2007.

TOURISM AND EVENTS COMMISSION Ellen Pendola, Kathy Nybo, Greg Bollendorf, and Mark Stutz are appointed for terms expiring August 31, 2002.

Patti Marino, David Dahm, Paul Bleuher, and Frank Fulco are appointed for terms expiring August 31, 2003.

David Humphreys is appointed as Chairman for a term expiring August 31, 2003.

A RESOLUTION APPOINTING AND REAPPOINTING MEMBERS TO VILLAGE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

RESOLUTION NO . 2001-70 Comissioner Tully said he is very much behind the reappointment of Dave Humphreys, who has served on the Library Board as well. He has received the support and encouragement of the Library Board and the Community Events Commission.

Comissioner Gilbert echoed Commissioner Tully’s comments. He said that Mr. Humphreys will do very well in both roles, as he has an immeasureable amount of experience in both areas. He said it was a difficult decision to pick someone on the Community Events Commission as all the people have served so well over the years. To those joining the new board, he wished them the best of luck.

The Mayor said that in 1999 the State of Illinois established the Studs Terkel Humanities Service Award for those who volunteered to their community. Mr. Humpreys was a recipient of the award. A motion was made by Commissioner Sisul, seconded by Commissioner Gilbert, to Adopt this file. Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried by the following vote: Votes: Yea: Commissioner Gilbert, Commissioner Sisul, Commissioner Schnell, Commissioner Tully, Commissioner Zabloudil and Mayor Krajewski Indexes: Boards and Commissions, Tourism and Events Commission, Library Board – Appointment

9. Manager’s Report

10. Attorney’s Report

Future Active Agenda

ORD00 -00596 Ordinance: Authorize Execution of a Redevelopment and Land Purchase Agreement re: Landbank Property Sponsors: Manager’s Office Summary of Item: This will authorize execution of a redevelopment and land purchase agreement between the Village of Downers Grove and Rosol Construction, Inc. pertaining to property in the downtown redevelopment project area.

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A REDEVELOPMENT AND LAND PURCHASE AGREEMENT PERTAINING TO PROPERTY IN THE DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT AREA OF THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE

ORDINANCE NO . 4335 Indexes: Landbank Properties

ORD00 -00373 Ordinance: Refund of GO Bonds Series 1996 and 2000 Sponsors: Finance Indexes: General Obligation Bond – Refund

ORD00 -00428 Ordinance: Amend Open Burning Restrictions Sponsors: Village Attorney Indexes: Open Burning

ORD00 -00570 Ordinance: Amend the Downers Grove Municipal Code re: EDC Non Voting Membership on Land Use Commissions Sponsors: Village Attorney Indexes: Economic Development Commission, Zoning Commission, Plan Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals

11. Committee Standing Reports

1. Commissioner Schnell said the Public Works Commission met this evening. PSI looked at Phase III of the CBD project to determine whether compaction was done correctly. The Hurley report indicates that it meets the intent of the Village of Downers Grove compaction document. She said this item was discussed at length. She said that this report was to address concerns expressed by Mr. Hultman. Mr. Hultman was present. She said that Commissioner Tully and she asked Mr. Bajor to have PSI review the photographs submitted by Mr. Hultman. Mr. Bajor will get back to them on that.

The Mayor said that Claude Hurley was the third party independent consultant who looked at the compacting, and PSI reviewed their report.

Commissioner Gilbert asked what has been spent on the compaction study to date. Commissioner Schnell said that the PSI report cost between $750-$800. She did not know the cost of the Hurley review. Commissioner Gilbert asked that the Hurley cost be reported at a later meeting.

2. Commissioner Gilbert said the Public Safety met the week before last. They met with the new Police Chief and focused on the goals and purpose of the Committee. They had a good orientation discussion. There has been positive feedback on the promotions made in the Police Department and the morale is high. He said there is a meeting on Thursday at 8:00 a.m. to discuss the Opticom equipment at the intersections which automatically activate lights for additional safety involving emergency vehicles.

3. Comimssioner Zabloudil said their next meeting is August 21.

12. Council Member Reports and New Business

1. Commissioner Tully passed on a compliment to Scott Barr and staff for their great job regarding the work done on Venard Road north of 39th Street.

2. Commissioner Schnell also complimented Public Works on the larger trees planted this year along Main Street. It looks beautiful.

3. Commissioner Sisul encouraged everyone to come downtown and visit the stores and merchants.

4. Commissioner Gilbert said that the Historical society contacted him that they have started work on the cemetery. The John Puffer monument has been removed and is being redone. In addition the Wheeler and Morgan monuents have been straightened and reset. They asked that signage be included to keep children off of the markers.

Commissioner Gilbert said there are five separate programs under the Clean Air Counts program. He said that seven communities are completing an application process for designation as a Clean Air Community. There are five separate categories which involves some Ordinances and active participation on the part of the Council. He recommended that staff look into this and review the web site. He reviewed some of the statistics, such as the Chicago lawnmower exchange program which collected 556 gas powered lawnmowers in exchange for rebates on electric or push mowers. That project saved approximately 3.6 tons of emissions per year. The purpose of the Clean Air Counts program is to make people aware of what can be done.

5. Commissioner Zabloudil complimented Public Works on the Main Street reopening. He also congratulated Linda Kunze, Bob Shoger, Jeff Spiedel for their work.

6. The Mayor commented that a Senate Bill has been passed which makes Illinois a leader in the cleanup of the coal fired power plants. He asked Dr. Goodman for additional details.

Dr. Goodman said he is on the Illinois Environmental Council Board. Two Bills were passed at the end of the session and are awaiting the Governor’s signature. One Bill sets up a study program to investigate how to abate and decrease air pollution in the State. The second provides substantial subsidies to coal use. He encouraged people to watch carefully what takes place at the State level and what the bills actually mean.

The Mayor commented on the Historical Society, saying he received a message from a resident on Maple Street who expressed interest in the houses on Gilbert Street and potential sales of items from those buildings.

13. Adjournment

Commissioner Sisul moved to adjourn to Executive Session pursuant to Sections 2©(6) and 2©(11) of the Open Meetings Act to consider the price for sale or lease of Village property and litigation. Commissioner Gilbert seconded.

VOTE : YEA – Commissioners Sisul, Gilbert, Zabloudil, Tully, McConnell, Schnell, Mayor Krajewski

Mayor Krajewski declared the motion carried and the Council convened into Executive Session at 8:07 p.m