Gurnee Village Board approves appointments for meeting
To approve, consider and discuss items, ranging from liquor licenses to road reports, the Gurnee Village Board met at 7:00 p.m. Monday at Village Hall, 325 North O’Plaine Road.
After call to order, roll call and the Pledge of Allegiance, the board opened the floor to public comment, followed by approval of the consent agenda as presented by omnibus vote.
Board members approved minutes from the Jan. 25 meeting, a request to dispose Police Department documents according to state law, payroll, payroll transfers and bills.
In Petitions and Communications, two appointments recommended by Mayor Kristina Kovarik were approved for Karen Thorstenson to chair the Economic Development Committee and Diane Summers for the Civil Service Commission.
The Great Lake Credit Union presented a donation for the Gurnee Police Explorer Program, and the week of Feb. 7 to Feb. 13 was proclaimed as Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda Week in Gurnee.
Following reports and old business, four new business matters were introduced for approval, including one ordinance pertaining to a Class 1 liquor license, two ordinances related to VantageCare Retirement Health Savings Program (one for the Fraternal Order of Police and the other for Illinois Council of Police) and one request for the Urban Land Institute to prepare a technical assistance panel report regarding the commercial corridor located along East Grand Avenue at a cost not to exceed $15,000.
After a second public comment period, the meeting was adjourned.