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June 04, 2002

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.

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 Manager Riccardo Ginex Non Voting: Village Attorney Enza Petrarca, Village Clerk April Holden and Deputy Village Manager David Van Vooren

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.

3. Minutes of Workshop and Council Meetings

Executive Session for Approval Only – May 7, 2002 Council Meeting – May 21, 2002 Workshop Meeting – May 28, 2002 Commissioner McConnell said she submitted her corrections to the Village Clerk. Mayor Krajewski said they would be filed as corrected.

4. Public Comments and Questions

A. Comments and Questions on Active Agenda

There were none.

B. Comments and Questions on General Matters

Dave Tatterson, 1240 Gilbert, commented that Gilbert and Curtiss Streets have been torn up for over two months, and asked when they would be repaired.

Bob Schiller, Assistant Director of Public Works, said the grinder was on Curtiss Street today. He said there have been some discussions with the Sanitary District as to whether there will have to be more excavations on the roadway. The developer has now scheduled the contractor to begin the curb work and patching, and he anticipates it will be completed by next week.

The Mayor asked Mr. Schiller to also check on the situation on Dunham Road.

5. Public Hearings

Annexation Agreements Mayor Krajewski called the public hearing to order at 7:33 p.m. to consider proposed annexation agreements for the properties located at 1801 61st Street, 2152, 2150, 2148 and 2146 63rd Street, 5901Belmont Road, 5850 Chase Avenue, 2344 College Road, 2517 College Road, 4927 Cross Street, 3744 Glendenning, 5603 Pershing, 5907 Pershing, 5825 Sherman, 5603 Woodward Avenue, 5726 Woodward Avenue, 6106 Woodward Avenue, 6110 Woodward Avenue, 6124 Woodward Avenue and 6216 Woodward Avenue. Notice of this hearing was published in the Downers Grove Reporter on May 17, 2002.

The Mayor then summarized the procedure for the hearing.

The Manager summarized the petitions by address and date of annexations:

  • 1801 61st Street – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 2152, 2150, 2148 and 2146 63rd Street – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 5901Belmont Road – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 5850 Chase Avenue – January 1, 2008, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 2344 College Road – January 1, 2008, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 2517 College Road – January 1, 2008, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 4927 Cross Street – Once the property becomes contiguous to the Village, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 3744 Glendenning – Once the property becomes contiguous to the Village, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 5603 Pershing – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 5907 Pershing – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 5825 Sherman – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 5603 Woodward Avenue – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 5726 Woodward Avenue – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 6106 Woodward Avenue – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 6110 Woodward Avenue – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 6124 Woodward Avenue – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.
  • 6216 Woodward Avenue – January 1, 2006, or at time of request by owner, whichever occurs first.

The Manager said no rezoning or other land use approvals are requested with these annexation agreements. As such, the properties will be classified as R-1 Single-Family Residence District upon annexation.

There being no questions or comments from the Council or the public, the Mayor adjourned the public hearing at 7:38 p.m.

6. Consent Agenda

COR00 -00933 Claim Ordinance: No. 5431, Payroll, May 17, 2002 Sponsors: Accounting A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: N/A

BIL00 -00934 List of Bills Payable: No. 5432a, June 4, 2002 (FY 2001/02) No. 5432b, June 3, 2002 (FY 2002/03) Sponsors: Accounting A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: N/A

BID00 -00940 Bid: Award $129,985.53 to Lifco Construction, Inc. for Cornell Avenue Storm Sewer Improvements, Project #09-02 Sponsors: Public Works Summary of Item: Not to exceed amount of $129,985.53 plus a 5% contingency of $6,499.28. A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Storm Sewers

BID00 -00941 Change Order with Desman Associates in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $851,475.00. Sponsors: Director of Redevelopment and Public Works Summary of Item: Change order to the current Professional Services Agreements with Desman Associates in an amount not-to-exceed $851,475 for Section 3 of the current Agreement. A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Central Business District – Parking Deck

BID00 -00942 Change Order to C.M. Lavoie & Associates in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $79,000. Sponsors: Director of Redevelopment and Public Works Summary of Item: Change order to the current Professional Engineering Services Agreement with C.M. Lavoie & Associates in an amount not-to-exceed $79,000.00. A motion was made to Approve this file on the Consent Agenda. Indexes: Central Business District – Parking Deck

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 -00943 Ordinance: Amend the Zoning Ordinance to Designate Station Crossing CBD Redevelopment Project as Planned Development No. 36 Sponsors: Plan Commission Summary of Item: At their meeting of May 7, 2002, the Plan Commission unanimously recommended approval of Planned Development #36 final planned development plans for Station Crossing to permit construction of a mixed use residential/commercial development.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE , ILLINOIS TO DESIGNATE STATION CROSSING CBD REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT AS PLANNED DEVELOPMENT NO . 36.

ORDINANCE NO . 4413 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: Station Crossing, Planned Development #36 – Station Crossing

ORD00 -00944 Ordinance: Approve Lot Split with an Exception as Regards Lot Width at 4727 Cornell Avenue Sponsors: Plan Commission Summary of Item: At their meeting of May 7, 2002, the Plan Commission recommended to approve a lot split with an exception with regard to lot width for the property commonly known as 4727 Cornell Avenue.

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A LOT SPLIT WITH AN EXCEPTION AS REGARDS LOT WIDTH FOR THE PROPERTY COMMONLY KNOWN AS 4727 CORNELL AVENUE

ORDINANCE NO . 4414 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: Lot Split

ORD00 -00945 Ordinance: Rezone 5333 & 5337 Main Street to B-2 Sponsors: Zoning Board of Appeals Summary of Item: At their meeting of April 24, 2002, the Zoning Board of Appeals recommended that the properties commonly known as 5333 & 5337 Main Street be rezoned to Village B-2, General Retail Business.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE , ILLINOIS, CODIFIED AS CHAPTER 28 OF THE DOWNERS GROVE MUNICIPAL CODE , AS AMENDED TO REZONE 5333 & 5337 MAIN STREET

ORDINANCE NO . 4415 Commissioner Tully said there was some discussion as to whether this area should be residential or business. He said his view is that this has long been shown in the Future Land Use Plan as B-2, and has been used that way for some time. He is in support of this petition.

The Mayor agreed saying it should probably have been rezoned in the 1980’s. 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: Rezone 5333 & 5337 Main to B-2

ORD00 -00946 Ordinance: Annex 4929 Cross Street to the Village of Downers Grove Sponsors: Village Attorney Summary of Item: This will annex the property commonly known as 4929 Cross Street. Following annexation, this property will be rezoned to R-1 Single Family Residential.

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN TERRITORY COMMONLY KNOWN AS 4929 CROSS STREET TO THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE , ILLINOIS

ORDINANCE NO . 4416 A motion was made 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: Annexation

RES00 -00947 Resolution: Authorize Execution of an Agreement with the Illinois Department of Transportation re: Traffic Signal Master Agreement Sponsors: Finance Summary of Item: This will authorize an intergovernmental agreement between IDOT and the Village of Downers Grove for reimbursement of IDOT ’s proportionate share of energy costs for State highway traffic signals/devices located in the Village.

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE AND THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

RESOLUTION 2002 -55 A motion was made, 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: Traffic Signal Maintenance, Illinois Department of Transportation

MOT00 -00949 Motion: Approve Community Grants Recommended by Community Grants Commission Sponsors: Community Grants Summary of Item: Approve the following grants of Hotel Use Tax receipts to be used for expenses as identified by the applicant in the budget submittal, as approved by the Community Grants Commission at their meeting of May 8, 2002. These grants are to be paid on a reimbursement basis upon submittal of paid receipts.

  • AAUW – 44th Annual Used Book Sale – $3,200
  • DG Choral Society – 2002-03 Concert Season & Outreach Program – $10,000
  • DG Concert Association – 2002-03 Concert Series – $10,000
  • DG Downtown Management – Fine Arts Festival – $4,500
  • DG Downtown Management – Hospitality Sunday and Downtown Downers Day – $3,200
  • DG Friends of the Library – 4th Annual Storybook Character Parade – $300
  • DG Junior Woman’s Club – 4th of July Parade Float – $325
  • DG Kiwanis Club – Easter Egg Hunt – $800
  • DG Rotary Club – Halloween Window Painting – $1,100
  • DGSHS Mustang Band Boosters – Marching Mustang Music Bowl – $1,000
  • Grove Players – 2002-03 Season – $3,120
  • Midwest Ballet Theatre – Costumes – $3,000
  • Our Town Productions – A Christmas Carol – $3,000
  • Squires of Downers Grove – Bob Nelson Jr. Golf Tournament – $500
  • Vox Caelestis – 2002-03 Concert Series – $1,420
  • West Suburban Humane Society – Steps for Strays Walk-a-thon 2002 – $4,000
  • YMCA – 5th Annual Y-Games – $1,365
  • YMCA – 5K Run – $1,145

Total – $52,500 A motion was made by Commissioner Tully, seconded by Commissioner Sisul, to Approve 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: Community Grants

RES00 -00950 Resolution: Authorize Submittal of Grant Application to the Illinois Department of Transportation re: Illinois Tomorrow Sponsors: Economic Development Commission and Finance Summary of Item: This will authorize submittal of a Grant Application by the Village to the Illinois Department of Transportation for funding in the amount of $44,478.00 for the planning activities of the Ogden Avenue Corridor. The Village will be required to match funding for this project in the amount of $4,942.00.

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMITTAL OF GRANT APPLICATION TO THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

RESOLUTION 2002 -56 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: Ogden Avenue Redevelopment, Illinois Tomorrow

RES00 -00951 Resolution: Authorize Submittal of a Grant Agreement Application to the Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs re: Heavy Rescue Squad Sponsors: Finance Summary of Item: This will authorize submittal of Grant Agreement 02-120625 by the Village to the Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs in the amount of $90,000.00 for the purchase of a new heavy rescue squad vehicle.

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMITTAL OF A GRANT AGREEMENT APPLICATION TO THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS

RESOLUTION 2002 -57 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: Fire Equipment – Rescue Squad Vehicle

RES00 -00952 Resolution: Authorize Amendment to Grant Agreement with the Department of Natural Resources re: NIGAS Bikeway Sponsors: Finance and Public Works Summary of Item: This will authorize an Amendment to Project Agreement between the Village of Downers Grove and the DNR which will extend such grant agreement from June 30, 2002 to June 30, 2003.

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE GRANT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

RESOLUTION 2002 -58 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: Bikeway Plan

ORD00 -00953 Ordinance: Amend Elevator Maintenance Inspection Fees Sponsors: Code Services Summary of Item: This will amend those fees charged for elevator maintenance inspections.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE INSPECTION FEES

ORDINANCE NO . 4417 A motion was made 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: Elevator Inspections

ORD00 -00954 Ordinance: Classify Certain Fire Investigators as Peace Officers Sponsors: Fire Department Summary of Item: This will designate Phillip A. Lazzara, George J. Drobney and James M. Werner in addition to Gregory L. Morton and Bret A. Mowery as peace officers for the Village of Downers Grove.

AN ORDINANCE CLASSIFYING CERTAIN FIRE INVESTIGATORS AS PEACE OFFICERS BY THE VILLAGE OF DOWNERS GROVE

ORDINANCE NO . 4418 A motion was made, 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: Fire Department – Peace Officers

8. Mayor’s Report

Materials to be Received – Minutes

Community Grants Commission – May 8, 2002 Electrical Commission – March 13, 2002 Library Board – May 8, 2002 Parking & Traffic Commission – April 10, 2002 Plan Commission – May 7, 2002 Zoning Board of Appeals – April 24, 2002 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 proclaimed June 2002 as National Homeownership Month in the Village.

The Mayor proclaimed June 7, 2002 as Ellsworth Park Toastmasters Club Day

The Mayor proclaimed June 7, 2002 as Pierce Downers Future Problem Solving Team Day in the Village. He said that last year was the first year of participation by Pierce Downers School. This year three of the four teams went to Illinois State University for the finals. One team will represent Pierce Downers School at the International competition in Connecticut this weekend.

9. Manager’s Report

The Manager asked Chief Ruscetti to report to the Council. Chief Ruscetti said that there was an exercise in Chicago regarding domestic preparedness which was attended by the Village’s rescue team. The Downers Grove Department received a grant of $50,000 as one of 36 groups throughout the State to receive the grant. The funds will be used to monitor for biological and chemical hazards.

10. Attorney’s Report

New Business

Attorney Petrarca said she was presenting a resolution authorizing execution of a real estate agreement for 945 Curtiss. She said this is needed for the parking deck. She said the purchase price is $505,000 and conveyance of the property at 1201 Gilbert Street. She requested the Council waive the one-week waiting period to consider this matter.

Commissioner Sisul moved to waive the traditional one-week waiting period to consider new business. Commissioner Gilbert seconded the Motion.

AYES : Commissioners Sisul, Gilbert, Zabloudil, Tully, McConnell, Schnell, Mayor Krajewski

The Motion carried.

RES00 -00955 Resolution: Authorize Execution of a Real Estate Agreement (945 Curtiss) Sponsors: Village Attorney Summary of Item: This will authorize the execution of a real estate agreement between the Village of Downers Grove and Timothy and Joanna Hart for the Village’s purchase of certain property located at 945 Curtiss Street.

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A REAL ESTATE AGREEMENT

RESOLUTION 2002 -59 Indexes: Village Property – Acquisition Future Active Agenda

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

11. Committee Standing Reports

Finance Committee

Commissioner Zabloudil said the Committee met this evening to discuss the overtime budget for the Police and Fire Departments. They have done a good job of managing the budgets last year. The Committee had some outstanding questions they will be addressing at a future meeting.

Public Services Committee

Commissioner Tully said the Public Services Committee met today to discuss stormwater issues. One item involved the Council’s request to study the history behind DuPage County’s audit of the number of stormwater permits issued by the Village from February 1992 when it became a full waiver status community. In February 1999, the Village was put on a six-month probation. He said the Committee is preparing a draft report to be finalized at the June 25 meeting and will then present it to the Council. He said that the County revoked the probation in 2000, yet there are still a number of items open that the County wants to close dealing with stormwater permits issued in Special Management Areas (SMA). SMA ’s are areas that involve a wetland, a floodplain or a riparian area.

Secondly, Commissioner Tully said they discussed the request to extend the “not-to-exceed” portion of the Christopher Burke agreement to have Kay Whitlock serve as the Village’s Stormwater administrator and to provide a number of other services in connection with a second probation that the Village was put on in December 2001 with respect to its status as a full waiver community. One of the requirements of that probation was to have daily oversight by Christopher Burke Engineering and to provide technical oversight until such time that the Village had sufficient in-house expertise to take over that role. The original contract was for $50,000 and Public Works has requested an additional amount not to exceed $100,000 to provide services to meet the County’s requirements. He said they are not clear as to why the $50,000 was exceeded, although there is no question that the work needed to be done. He said to date $125,000 in fees have been incurred by Christopher Burke Engineering. A portion of these fees have to do with the CBD watershed project and another portion has been passed through to developers and applicants. The Village is attempting to modify its pass through ordinance in order to recapture another portion of these fees. Commissioner Tully said that to the extent that fees cannot be recaptured, Public Works has funds to cover the amounts. He said they also discussed weaning the Village off of the outside consultants. He noted that John Hall has been hired as the Village’s stormwater manager.

Commissioner Tully reported that there are 32 stormwater permits which impact wetland areas that have not been closed and are part of the current probation. Planning Resources, Inc. is familiar with these open items. Public Works has suggested that the Village contract with Planning Resources for approximately $50,000 to put an end to these items. Public Works has funding for approximately half of this cost and expects to find the remainder in its budget.

Mayor Krajewski asked about the dates of the audit. Commissioner Tully said that the County audit was initiated in 1997, and completed with findings issued in December 1998, and a final decision in February 1999. The period of the 1997 audit was from February 1992 to November 1997.

12. Council Member Reports and New Business

Commissioner Gilbert acknowledged Dave Humphreys and the work on the Community Grants Commission. He then congratulated the Junior Women’s Club for the good work they have done within the Village.

Commissioner Schnell said it was great to see the crowds attending the car show in the CBD Friday.

Commissioner McConnell said the Character Counts Coalition meeting is tomorrow evening at 7:00 p.m.

Mayor Krajewski wished Pierce Downers Problem Solving team good luck in the competition.

13. Adjournment

Commissioner Sisul moved to adjourn to Executive Session pursuant to Sections 2©(1), 2©(5) and 2©(11) of the Open Meetings Act to consider personnel, real estate acquisition 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 7:15 p.m