Champaign City Council met July 11
Champaign City Council met July 11.
Here is the minutes as provided by the council:
Roll-Call: Present: Matthew Gladney, William Kyles, Vanna Pianfetti
Greg Stock, Alicia Beck, Tom Bruno
Clarissa Fourman, Mayor Feinen
Absent: Angie Brix
Employee Introduction – City Manager David introduced Will Orris, promoted from
Project Specialist to Buyer/Purchasing Coordinator at Public Works.
May 23, 2017 Regular Study Session
June 6, 2017 Regular Council Meeting
June 6, 2017 Post-Council Study Session
CM Stock, seconded by CM Gladney, moved to approve the minutes. A voice vote was
taken; all voted yes.
Public Hearings: None
Action on Council Bills
Ordinances and Resolutions:
Passed CB-2017-157, “An Ordinance Approving
A Preliminary Planned Development For
Bristol Place (23.36 Acres East Of Market
Street And North Of Bradley Avenue)”
CM Stock, seconded by CM Gladney, moved to adopt the Ordinance. After a brief
explanation of the Council Bill by Mayor Feinen, Council Members questioned street
renaming, and the process; alley and street access, and parking; relocation of the
community center; and responsibility for plowing of alleys in the development. Council
Members expressed hope that the street naming process is apolitical, transparent, and
done thoughtfully. A roll-call vote was taken; all voted yes.
Passed CB-2017-158, “A Resolution Authorizing
The Purchase Of Fire Station Location
Planning Services From GRAEF-USA, Inc.
(Public Works Department – GRAEF-USA, Inc.)”
Purchase Not To Exceed $22,985
CM Stock, seconded by CM Gladney, moved to adopt the Resolution. After a brief
explanation of the Council Bill by Mayor Feinen, a roll-call vote was taken; all voted yes.
Gordon Tracey, 1325 W. Ridge Ln., expressed thanks to the Police Department for their
response and continued patrol in the downtown area following a citizen shooting in the
air outside Radio Maria.
Council and Manager Comments: None
CM Bruno, seconded by CM Gladney, moved to adopt Voucher No. 24 (vendor
payments) in the amount of $2,187,645.68. A voice vote was taken; all voted yes.
CM Bruno, seconded by CM Gladney, moved to approve the payroll dated June 16, 2017
in the amount of $1,764,674.00; and the payroll of June 30, 2017 in the amount of
$1,732,847.38. A voice vote was taken; all voted yes.
Mayor Feinen noted adjournment to Study Session to discuss a Proposal to Create a
Citizen Subcommitte of the Human Relations Commission to Assist in the Review of
Police Complaint Investigations.
The meeting adjourned at 7:27 p.m