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DeKalb Municipal Building
City Council Chambers - 2nd Floor 
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DeKalb, Illinois 60115  

AMENDED AGENDA
(Amended Titles are Highlighted)
Regular Meeting of City Council

August 13, 2018
6:00 p.m.



A.

Roll Call

B.

Pledge of Allegiance

C.

Approval of the Agenda - Additions / Deletions

D.

Public Hearings

E.

Special Items or Presentations and Citizen's Comments

E.1.

Special Items

E.1.a.

Proudly DeKalb

E.1.a.1.

Congratulating Fabian Lopez and Damien Lopez, USA Wrestling Cadet Greco-Roman National Champions.

E.1.a.2.

2018 Camp Power Program.

E.1.b.

Annie Glidden North Revitalization Plan Task Force Update.

E.2.

DeKalb Public Library Rebates Update.

E.3.

Presentations

E.3.a.

Proclamation: General Aviation Appreciation Month - August 2018.

Documents:
  1. 081318 GAAM.pdf
E.3.b.

Certificate of Appreciation to Amanda Durik for Two Years of Service on the Landmark Commission.

E.3.c.

Certificate of Appreciation to Tom Devries for Two Years of Service on the Economic Development Commission.

E.3.d.

Certificate of Appreciation to Carolyn Massey for Six Years of Service on the DeKalb Public Library Board.

E.3.e.

Certificate of Appreciation to Dave Conlin for Eight Years of Service on the Finance Advisory Committee.

E.3.f.

Certificate of Appreciation to Cohen Barnes for 11 Years of Service on the Citizens’ Community Enhancement Commission.

E.3.g.

Certificate of Appreciation to Bob Boey for 11 Years of Service on the Citizens’ Community Enhancement Commission.

E.3.h.

Certificate of Appreciation to Mike Mooney for 11 Years of Service on the Citizens’ Community Enhancement Commission.

E.3.i.

Certificate of Appreciation to Mark Hein for 24 Years of Service on the Citizens’ Environmental Commission.

E.4.

Approval of the Mayor's Appointments

E.4.a.

Appointment of Lynn Fazekas as City Clerk for the Completion of a Four-Year Term through May 10, 2021, or Until Her Successor Qualifies and Takes Office.

E.4.b.

Appointment of Alderman Mike Verbic as Council Liaison to the Finance Advisory Committee.

E.4.c.

Appointment of Don Whitmore as an Ex-Officio Member to the Landmark Commission.

E.4.d.

Reappointment of Joyce Stupegia to the Police Pension Board for the Completion of a Two-Year Term through June 30, 2020.

E.4.e.

Reappointment of David Castro to the Planning and Zoning Commission for the Completion of a Five-Year Term through December 31, 2023.

E.5.

Public Participation

F.

*Consent Agenda - Omnibus Vote

F.1.

Approval of City Council Minutes

F.1.a.

Minutes of the Committee of the Whole Meeting of July 9, 2018.

F.1.b.

Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of July 9, 2018.

F.1.c.

Minutes of the Special Committee of the Whole Meeting of July 10, 2018.

F.2.

Receive & File

F.2.a.

Accounts Payable and Payroll through August 13, 2018, in the Amount of $4,079,717.57.

G.

Items for Separate Action

G.1.

Ordinance 2018-027 Establishing Compensation and Benefits for Elected Officials of the City of DeKalb. (First Reading)

G.2.

Ordinance 2018-042 Amending the Fiscal Year-End December 31, 2018 Budget in the Amount of $17,823 for the Remainder of the Annie Glidden North Revitalization Plan Contract with Camiros, Ltd. (Passage on First Reading, Waiver of Second Reading)

G.3.

Ordinance 2018-043 Amending the Fiscal Year-End December 31, 2018 Budget in the Amount of $56,689.60 for the Demolition of Certain Properties and Awarding a Partial Bid. (First Reading)

G.4.

Ordinance 2018-044 Amending a Special Use Permit (Ordinance 2016-006) and Modifying Wall Signage Regulations on the Building Located at the Southwest Corner of E. Lincoln Highway and S. Fifth Street (444-460 E. Lincoln Highway) (Dunkin’ Donuts). (First Reading)

G.5.

Resolution 2018-103 Authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement with DeKalb County Dictating that the Funds for the 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program in the Amount of $16,014 be Awarded Solely to the City of DeKalb.

G.6.

Resolution 2018-104 Authorizing a Street Maintenance Fee of $1.00 per Customer per Month on the Residential Refuse, Recycling, and Yard Waste Collection Rate for the Period January 1, 2019, through December 31, 2022.

G.7.

Resolution 2018-105 Authorizing an Engineering Services Agreement with Baxter & Woodman Inc. for Design Engineering of 3,800 Feet of Water Main in an Amount Not to Exceed $97,670.

Documents:
  1. BW Water Main.pdf
G.8.

Resolution 2018-106 Authorizing the Waiver of Competitive Bidding and the Execution of an Independent Contractor Agreement with Layne Christensen Company for a Repair to Well No. 11 in an Amount Not to Exceed $85,000.

G.9.

Resolution 2018-107 Authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Illinois Department of Transportation on Behalf of the DeKalb Sycamore Area Transportation Study for Metropolitan Planning Organization Funding from July 1, 2018, through December 31, 2019, in an Amount Not to Exceed $274,095.


Documents:
  1. DSATS IDOT IGA.pdf
G.10.

Resolution 2018-108 Authorizing the Finance Department to Provide Payment on Transit Services Provided by the Voluntary Action Center of DeKalb County from May 1, 2018, through September 30, 2018, via the General Fund, in Lieu of Delayed Downstate Operating Assistance Program Grant Funding, to Ensure Uninterrupted Public Transit Service Until Grant Funds are Received, in an Amount Not to Exceed $800,000.


Documents:
  1. VAC Funds.pdf
G.11.

Resolution 2018-109 Authorizing an Agreement to Proceed with a Proof of Concept Agreement with Digital Lobby Media LLC for 60 Days as it Pertains to Downtown Wireless Internet Service, and Authorizing a Waiver of Bid and Approval of Purchase of Certain Equipment from VACK, Inc. in an Amount not to Exceed $30,000.

Documents:
  1. Digital Lobby.pdf
H.

New or Unfinished Business

H.1.

Tax Increment Financing Review - DeKalb Community Unit School District No. 428.

I.

Reports - Communications

J.

Recess for Executive Session of the City Council

K.

Adjournment

*All items listed on the Consent Agenda will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless requested by a Council member, in which event the item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda. 

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