Village of Lake Barrington Board of Trustees met March 6.
Village of Lake Barrington Board of Trustees met March 6.
Here is the minutes provided by the Board:
1. Call To Order
2. Roll Call
Honorable Kevin C. Richardson, President
Andrew F. Burke, Trustee Randall L. Rigby, Trustee
Christopher D. Mitchell, Trustee John M. Schaller, Trustee
Susie Perkins, Trustee Jim Thompson, Trustee
3. Pledge Of Allegiance
4. Approval Of Minutes
A. Minutes of the Special COTW Board of Trustees Meeting- February 13, 2018
B. Minutes of the Board of Trustees Meeting- February 13, 2018
Recommended Action: Motion to approve the minutes. (Voice Vote)
5. President’s Remarks (President Richardson)
A. Casey Larson- Proclamation
B. Veterans of LBS- Donation Request
Recommended Actions: Motion to approve $2,000 donation to the Veterans of Lake Barrington. (Roll Call Vote)
C. Women’s History Month- Proclamation
6. Opportunity For The Public To Address The Board Non-Agenda Items
7. Consent Agenda (Roll Call Vote)
A. Move to approve by omnibus vote items on the consent agenda.
Illinois law permits municipalities to adopt by one single unanimous roll-call vote of the Board of Trustees and the Village President a group of designated ordinances, orders, resolutions, or motions placed together for voting purposes in a single group.
Following the motion’s second, a brief discussion may be held about any designated item. If lengthier discussion or debate is needed, any Trustee or the Village President may request any item to be removed from the motion and those items will be considered during the regular course of the meeting as they appear on the agenda.
All matters listed under Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the Village Board and will be enacted by one motion in the form listed above. There will be no further discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from Consent Agenda and will be considered separately.
B. Doering Landscape Proposal For Mowing At Freier Farm
Summary: The Village is currently under contract with Doering Landscape Company for 2017 & 2018. They have agreed to keep their current prices for another year (2018-2019), and have added fertilization & weed control to the mowed areas.
Recommended Acton: Motion to approve an agreement with Doering Landscape Company in an amount not to exceed $10,000 (for two years) and authorize the Village Administrator to execute the necessary documents.
C. Anderson Road Culvert Repair
Summary: Anderson Road is in need of a 12” cross culvert replacement, ditching, and restoration. A quote was by submitted Cuba Township Road District for the replacement. The existing corrugated metal pipe will be replaced with 12” PVC SDR26.
Recommended Action: Motion to approve the culvert repair in an amount not to exceed $5,000 and authorize the Village Administrator to execute the necessary documents.
Motion to approve Items 7.B. and 7.C. as stated in the Recommended Actions.
8. Treasurer’s Report
A. Approve the Financial Statements as of January 31, 2018.
B. Pay Bills in the amount of $190,240.47 as Listed on the Accounts Payable Warrant “A” Dated March 6, 2018.
C. Pay Bills in the amount of $ __________ as Listed on the Accounts Payable Warrant “B” Dated March 6, 2018.
Recommended Action: Motion to approve, in block, items 8 A-C above. (Roll Call Vote)
9. Administrator’s Report
A. Pavement Condition Report
B. In-service Day, March 30, 2018
10. Clerk’s Report
A. March 20, 2018 General Primary Election
B. Yard Waste Collection starts April 4, 2018
11. Reports Of Standing Committees
A. Branding and Communications (President Richardson)
B. Community Relations, Special Events and Veterans Affairs (J. Thompson)
C. Economic Development (A. Burke)
D. External Relations (K. Richardson)
E. Finance, Human Resources & Administration (R. Rigby)
F. Open Spaces & Village Facilities (C. Mitchell)
G. Public Safety & Gated Communities (J. Schaller)
H. Roads and Infrastructure (S. Perkins)
12. Old Business
A. Consideration Of An Ordinance To Amended Appropriation Ordinance No. 2017-O-10 For 2017-2018
Summary: The Appropriation Ordinance for FY18 needs to be amended in order to transfer $30,000 from the General Fund to the Open Space fund in order to pay for the Freier farmhouse demolition. The appropriations for the Open Space Fund did not include the demolition. This amendment will decrease the General Fund by $30,000 and increase the Open Space Fund by $30,000, so that the total appropriations amount stays the same.
Recommended Actions: Motion to Approve Ordinance No. 2018-O-____, An Ordinance Amending Appropriation Ordinance No. 2017-O-10 by deducting $30,000 from the General Fund and adding $30,000 to the Open Space Fund. (Roll Call Vote)
A. Consideration Of A Resolution In Support Of The Regional Greenway Initiative Of Citizens For Conservation
Summary: Citizens for Conservation has asked each village and township in the BACOG area to endorse their Regional Greenway Initiative. The Village of Lake Barrington has had a multi-year partnership with CFC. Their active involvement in the area and in Lake Barrington in regional conservation efforts is a key element in our Village Vision of an Oasis of Gracious Countryside Living and Open Spaces.
Recommended Actions: Motion to Approve Resolution No. 2018-R-____, A Resolution Endorsing the Regional Greenway Initiative of Citizens for Conservation. (Roll Call Vote)
15. New Business
A. Lake Zurich Road Realignment
Summary: The Village of Barrington has been exploring solutions to improve traffic safety and congestion for the residents of the greater Barrington area, as well as for the patrons of Citizens Park and the Barrington Area Library. Barrington President Karen Darch has asked each BACOG member government to consider sending a letter to the Barrington Area Library Board members in support of the Lake Zurich Road realignment before March 12.
Recommended Actions: Motion to allow the Village Administrator to draft and send a letter of support for the proposed Lake Zurich Road realignment to the Barrington Area Library Board members. (Roll Call Vote)
16. Second Opportunity For The Public To Address The Village Board
17. Closed Session (Roll Call Vote)
19. Adjournment (Voice Vote)