Lake Zurich Board of Trustees holds public hearing on Rand Road TIF redevelopment plan
Lake Zurich Board of Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 16.
Here is the agenda as provided by Lake Zurich:
Monday, January 16, 2017 7:00 p.m.
1. CALL TO ORDER
2. ROLL CALL: Mayor Thomas Poynton, Trustee Jim Beaudoin, Trustee Jeff Halen, Trustee John Shaw, Trustee Marc Spacone, Trustee Jonathan Sprawka, Trustee Greg Weider.
3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
4. PUBLIC COMMENT
(This is an opportunity for residents to comment briefly on matters included on the agenda and otherwise of interest to the Board of Trustees.)
5. PRESIDENT’S REPORT / COMMUNITY UPDATE
(This is an opportunity for the Mayor to report on matters of interest to the Village.)
6. PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED RAND ROAD TAX INCREMENT FINANCING DISTRICT REDEVELOPMENT PLAN AND PROJECT AREA
Summary: This public hearing is being held to consider approval of the proposed Rand Road Corridor TIF #3 Redevelopment Plan and Project Area. The Redevelopment Plan and Project objectives are to eliminate blight conditions, to enhance the real estate and sales tax base of all taxing districts by encouraging private investment, and to preserve and enhance the value of properties, all in accordance with the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act. On December 15, 2016, the TIF Joint Review Board unanimously recommended the Village Board proceed with implementing the proposed TIF District.
The notice for this public hearing was published in the Daily Herald on December 27, 2016 and December 28, 2016. The notice for this public hearing was also given by mail to property owners of record within the Project Area and to all persons on the TIF interested parties’ registry. Notice for this public hearing has also been included on the Village website, online calendar, and the Benchmarks e-newsletter.
#1 – Call to Order and Roll Call: Mayor Thomas Poynton, Trustee Jim Beaudoin, Trustee Jeff Halen, Trustee John Shaw, Trustee Marc Spacone, Trustee Jonathan Sprawka, Trustee Greg Weider.
#2 – A motion to open the public hearing for the proposed Rand Road Corridor TIF #3 Redevelopment Plan and Project Area.
#3 – A motion to close the public hearing for the proposed Rand Road Corridor TIF #3 Redevelopment Plan and Project Area.
7. CONSENT AGENDA
(These titles will be read by the Village Clerk and approved by a single Roll Call Vote. Any item may be pulled from the Consent Agenda for discussion by any member of the Board)
A. Approval of Minutes of the Village Board Meeting, January 3, 2017
B. Semi-Monthly Warrant Register Dated January 16, 2017 Totaling
C. Ordinance for a Variation Granting Relief from Residential Setback Requirements for the Subject Property at 90 Golfview Road (Assign Ord. #2017-1- 170)
Summary: The owners of the single-family house at 90 Golfview Road have filed a zoning application for a variation to allow the reconstruction of a one-story addition which would encroach by two feet into the required 30-foot corner front- yard setback. The Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing on December 21, 2016 to consider the application and voted 4-0 in favor of recommending approval.
D. Ordinance Approving an Amendment to a Planned Unit Development Granted by Ordinance 89-03-303 to Provide for Additional Signage in Deerpath Court Retail Center at 684-690 and 696 South Rand Road (Assign Ord. #2017-1-171)
Summary: The Fidelity Group LLC has filed a zoning application to allow an amendment to the Deerpath Court Retail Center Planned Unit Development to allow for additional ground and wall signage at 684-690 South Rand Road and 696 South Rand Road. The Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing on December 21, 2016 to consider the application and voted 4-0 in favor of recommending approval for the Amendment to the Deerpath Court PUD.
E. Agreement with Compass Minerals for Bulk Water Conditioning Salt in the Amount Not-to-Exceed $116,000
Summary: The Fiscal Year 2017 budget includes $116,000 in the Water and Sewer Fund for ion exchange regeneration salt, a commodity used during the regeneration process at the Village’s five water treatment locations. Compass Minerals was the lowest responsible bidder at $111.95 per ton of salt.
F. Resolution Authorizing the Participation in the Northern Illinois Municipal Electric Collaborative (NIMEC) and Authorizing the Village Manager to Approve a Contract with the Lowest Cost Electricity Provider for a Period up to 36 Months (Assign Reso. #2017-1-005)
Summary: The two year electricity aggregation program for municipal well sites and lift stations is set to expire in May 2017. In order to best situate the Village to secure the lowest available rates for electricity after this date, the proposed Resolution provides Village Board authorization to the Village Manager to renew the program following another bid process. This aggregation program for municipal facilities is separate and distinct from the residential aggregation program.
Recommended Action: Motion to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. (Roll Call Vote)
8. OLD BUSINESS - None at this time.
(This agenda item includes matters for action by the Board of Trustees.)
9. NEW BUSINESS - None at this time.
(This agenda item includes matters coming to the Board of Trustees for discussion and possible action.)
10. TRUSTEE REPORTS
(This is an opportunity for Trustees to report on matters of interest to the Board of Trustees.)
11. VILLAGE MANAGER’S REPORT
(This is an opportunity for the Village Manager to report on matters of interest to the Board of Trustees.)
A. Monthly Data Metric Reports
12. ATTORNEY’S REPORT
(This is an opportunity for the Village Attorney to report on legal matters of interest to the Board of Trustees.)
13. DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS
(This is an opportunity for department heads to report on matters of interest to the Board of Trustees.)
(Next regularly scheduled Village Board meeting on Monday, February 6, 2017)