Village of Mahomet Board of Trustees met June 25
Village of Mahomet Board of Trustees met June 25.
Here is the minutes provided by the board:
MEMBERS PRESENT: Bruce Colravy, Andy Harpst, David Johnson, Donald Lynn, Brian Metzger, and Bill Oliger
OTHERS PRESENT: Village President Sean Widener, Village Clerk Cheryl Sproul, Finance/HR Director Robert Kouzmanoff, Chief of Police Mike Metzler, and Village Attorney Joe Chamley, Penny Weaver Editor of the Mahomet Citizen, and Robert De Atley
CALL TO ORDER:
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE/ROLL CALL:
Widener called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. After the pledge, Clerk Sproul called the roll, a quorum was present.
There was no public comment/.
CONSENT AGNEDA: (TO BE ACTED UPON)
A. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
1. BOARD OF TRUSTEES – MAY 28, 2019
2. STUDY SESSION – JUNE 18, 2019
B. RESOLUTIONS, ORDINANCES AND OTHER ACTION ITEMS
1. TREASURER’S REPORT
2. BILL LIST
3. RESOLUTION 19-06-01, A RESOLUTION DECLARING CERTAIN VILLAGE PROPERTY AS SURPLUS AND AUTHORIZING ITS DISPOSAL
4. RESOLUTION 19-06-02, A RESOLUTION TO PURCHASE 2019 FORD F150 FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $24,500.00
5. RESOLUTION 19-06-03, A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING MEMBER PARTICIPATION IN THE OMNIA PARTNERS, A JOINT PURCHASING ALLIANCE AND RECOGNIZING CONTRACTS UNDER OMNIA AS FULFILLING BIDDING REQUIREMENTS PURSUANT TO SECTION 3-1, D OF THE VILLAGE OF MAHOMET PURCHASING POLICY
6. ORDINANCE 19-06-01, AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING PARKING ON CERTAIN STREETS WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF MAHOMET
7. RESOLUTION 19-06-04, A RESOLUTION FOR THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES CONCERNING THE FINAL PLAT FOR HUNTERS RIDGE SIXTH SUBDIVISION
8. RESOLUTION 19-06-05, A RESOLUTION TO AMEND AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT CREATING THE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM CONSORTIUM BETWEEN THE CHAMPAIGN COUNTY GIS CONSORTIUM AND THE VILLAGE OF MAHOMET
Harpst moved, Johnson seconded, “TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA AS PRESENTED.” ROLL CALL: ALL YES. Motion carried.
REGULAR AGENDA: (TO BE ACTED UPON)
RESOLUTION 19-06-06, A RESOLUTION AWARDING THE BID FOR THE 2019 MFT PCC PAVEMENT PATCHINT PROJECT TO STARK EXCAVATING, INC. FOR THE AMOUNT OF $108,837.00:
Widener stated staff accepted bids for the project and there were 4 bidders. Low bidder was Stark Excavating. When asked by Widener, Treasurer Kouzmanoff stated this project was in the budget.
Lynn moved, Colravy seconded, “TO APPROVE RESOLUTION 19-06-06, A RESOLUTION AWARDING THE BID FOR THE 2019 MFT PCC PAVEMENT PATCHINT PROJECT TO STARK EXCAVATING, INC. FOR THE AMOUNT OF $108,837.00.” ROLL CALL: ALL YES. Motion carried.
ORDINANCE 19-06-02, AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN REAL ESTATE (511 E. MAIN ST., MAHOMET IL 61853, 107 S. JEFFERSON ST., MAHOMET, IL 61853, 507 EAST MAIN STREET, MAHOMET, IL, 201 S. JEFFERSON STREET., MAHOMET, IL 61853, 301 S. JEFFERSON ST., MAHOMET, IL 61853):
Widener stated Chamley crafted the Ordinance and publication document as well as the purchase agreement. Chamley stated the purchase price of the subject properties totaled $475,000. He estimated closing in July and entertained any questions from the Board.
Johnson asked if any definite answers about vacating had been received from the current tenants. Chamley stated each property that was inhabited had a different agreement with the current owners and that those leases would be honored. He stated the Village would be accommodating to the tenants needs in case they wanted to vacate early.
Oliger asked about who would receive any future rent. Chamley stated that if the sale closed in July the seller would receive any rent paid in July. Chamley stated if the closing did not take place until August then the seller would receive any August rent that was paid. Johnson asked who was responsible for any liability on these properties and Chamley stated the seller would be responsible until the closing and then the Village assumes responsibility and the properties would be added to the insurance that the Village already has in place.
Widener stated that Administrator Brown had been reaching out to the current tenants before he left on vacation.
Oliger moved, Metzger seconded, “ORDINANCE 19-06-02, AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN REAL ESTATE (511 E. MAIN ST., MAHOMET IL 61853, 107 S. JEFFERSON ST., MAHOMET, IL 61853, 507 EAST MAIN STREET, MAHOMET, IL, 201 S. JEFFERSON STREET., MAHOMET, IL 61853, 301 S. JEFFERSON ST., MAHOMET, IL 61853).” ROLL CALL: ALL YES. Motion carried.
In Administrator Brown’s absence there was no Administrator’s Report.
MAYOR APPOINMENTS (TO BE ACTED UPON):
Widener stated it was time for the approval of his appointees and asked for a motion to include items 1-8 on the Mayor’s agenda if there were no objections from the Board.
RESOLUTION 19-06-07, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING CERTAIN REGULAR EMPLOYEES, VOLUNTEER STAFF AND CONSULTING SERVICES:
RESOLUTION 19-06-08, A RESOLUTION APPOINT MEMBERS TO THE PLAN AND ZONING COMMISSION:
RESOLUTION 19-06-09, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING CERTAIN MEMBERS TO THE BOARD OF APPEALS, VILLAGE OF MAHOMET, ILLINOIS, CHAMPAIGN COUNTY ILLINOIS:
RESOLUTION 19-06-10, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING OR AFFIRMING MEMBERS OF THE MAHOMET POLICE PENSION FUND BOARD OF TRUSTEES
RESOLUTION 19-06-11, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING OR REAFFIRMING MEMBERS TO THE BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSIONERS
RESOLUTION 19-06-012, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING AND REAFFIRMING MEMBERS OF THE BUILDING CODE REVIEW AND APPEALS BOARD:
RESOLUTION 19-06-13, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE MAHOMET SHADE TREE COMMISSION:
RESOLUTION 19-06-14, A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE MAHOMET MUSIC FESTIVAL COMMITTEE:
Johnson moved, Metzger seconded, “TO APPROVE RESOLUTIONS 19-06-07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 AND 14.” ROLL CALL: ALL YES. Motion carried.
Widener pointed out the MCEDC not on the agenda. He stated he is meeting with them tomorrow. Widener thanked the appointees for their willingness to continue serving the Village.
He stated there was one vacancy on the Building Code Review and Appeals Board, but that the remaining appointees were the same.
Widener stated there would not be a July 9th Study Session and added that a Special Board meeting would be held prior to the July 16th Study Session to discuss financing the property purchase. He noted the Study Session would follow immediately at the adjournment of the Special Board meeting.
When asked there were no absence expected at the July 16th meeting, but Metzger stated he would be absent at the July 23rd Board meeting.
Harpst found it interesting that the legal description included the fact they were part of original Middletown
Lynn asked the progress on the Sub 4 development property. There was no new information on the property. He stated the property is grown up in weeds.
Harpst was concerned why the Jimmy Johns property had a camera and signs restricting access. Oliger stated he had heard the camera feed goes to the corporate offices.
There being no further business, Lynn moved, Harpst seconded, “TO ADJOURN THE MEETING AT 6:13 P.M.” ROLL CALL: ALL YES. Motion carried.