Village of Cary Village Board met Aug. 6.
Here is the minutes provided by the board:
I. Call to Order
This meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Mayor Kownick.
II. Roll Call
Present: Mayor Kownick and Trustees Betz, Kraus, Covelli, Collier, Weinhammer and McAlpine Absent: None
Others present included Village Administrator Rife, Public Works Director Morimoto, Community Development Director Simmons, Police Chief Finlon, Management Analyst Sage, Village Attorney Uhler, Village Attorney Milluzzi and members of the audience per the sign-in sheet.
III. Pledge of Allegiance
Mayor Kownick led in the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
IV. Open Forum
There being no comments from the public, Mayor Kownick closed Open Forum at 6:01 p.m.
V. Mayor's Report
Mayor Kownick recognized Bill Freeman of the Public Works department on his 15-year employment anniversary.
Mayor Kownick proclaimed August 19-23, 2019 as “School's Open Safety Week”.
VI. Trustee Reports
VII. Consent Agenda
1. Consider for Approval the Warrant Dated August 6, 2019
2. Consider for Approval Minutes of the July 16, 2019 Village Board Meeting
3. Consider for Approval Minutes of the July 16, 2019 Committee of the Whole Meeting
4. Consider for Approval the sale of One Cary Cemetery Burial Plot to Dawn and Ronald Sheppard in the Amount of $1,800.00 for Plot: Block B, Section 3, Lot 25, Graves 4 & 5
5. Consider for Approval an Ordinance Amending Village of Cary Municipal Code Title 10 - Vehicles and Traffic, Chapter 10.32 - Parking, Sections 10.32.005 – Parking Prohibited and 10.32.010 - Limited Parking (019-08-01]
6. Consider for Approval a Resolution Authorizing the Village Administrator to Execute an Engineering Agreement with Strand Associates Inc., Joliet, IL in an Amount Not to Exceed $43,300.00 for Design Services Associated with Bright Oaks Subdivision Water Main Replacement Design and Authorize the Administrator to Approve a 10% Contingency for Unforeseen Changes in Scope for a Maximum Project Budget of $47,630.00 (R19-08-01)
7. Consider for Approval a Surplus Ordinance Declaring Certain Equipment and Vehicles as Surplus Property (019-08-02]
8. Consider for Approval a Resolution Authorizing the Village Administrator to Execute an Agreement Related to the Use of the Cary Senior Living Community Room
9. Consider for Approval a "Class F" Temporary Liquor License Permit for the Cary Firefighters Association Annual Water Fights Event on August 10, 2019
Trustee McAlpine moved, seconded by Trustee Kraus, to approve Consent Agenda Items #1 - #7 and #9.
Ayes: Collier, McAlpine, Covelli, Kraus, Weinhammer, Betz
VIII. Items for Separate Action
1. Consider for Approval a Resolution Authorizing the Village Administrator to Execute an Agreement Related to the Use of the Cary Senior Living Community Room (Consent Item #8)
Trustee McAlpine moved, seconded by Trustee Betz to approve a resolution authorizing the Village Administrator to execute an agreement related to the use of the Cary Senior Living Community Room.
Mayor Kownick stated an email was received by resident Jim Cosler regarding the Cary Senior Living Community Room.
Administrator Rife stated language has been added to the memorandum of understanding stating the agreement will be automatically extended in one-year increments after the initial 15-year term unless modifications are agreed to by both parties.
Trustee Covelli stated she feels the community room should be free of charge for use by Cary residents based on the reduction of impact fees agreed upon in 2016.
Director Simmons provided an overview of impact fees for the Cary Senior Living project and other developments in the Village of Cary.
Trustee Kraus made a motion, seconded by Trustee Covelli, to table the item Approve a Resolution Authorizing the Village Administrator to Execute an Agreement Related to the Use of the Cary Senior Living Community Room for further discussion at a future meeting.
Ayes: Covelli, Kraus, Collier, McAlpine, Weinhammer, Betz
2. Consider for Approval an Ordinance Amending Section 10.32.010 – Limited Parking of the Municipal Code for 15-minute Limited Duration Parking on Various Streets Within the Downtown District [019-08-03]
Trustee McAlpine moved, seconded by Trustee Collier to consider for approval an ordinance amending Section 10.32.010 - Limited Parking of the Municipal Code for 15-minute Limited Duration Parking on various streets within the downtown district.
Director Morimoto provided an overview of the proposed ordinance amendment.
Ayes: Collier, McAlpine, Covelli, Weinhammer, Betz, Kraus
IX. Administrator's Report
Administrator Rife stated that links to meeting agendas are now included with the live stream links the Village sends out via Cary News Weekly and Facebook.
Department Head Reports Director Morimoto encouraged everyone to participate in National Night Out, which begins at 6:30 p.m. Three Oaks Road paving will begin August 7th and continue through most of the following week. Union Pacific will soon begin platform removal in front of the new depot.
Director Simmons stated an RFP will be issued regarding the demolition of the home at 125 Mary with the goal of having the demolition work completed by early October.
XI. Future Agenda Items and Discussion by Village Board
Trustee Kraus would like to discuss the Revolving Loan Fund.
XII. Executive Session Personnel: Collective Bargaining 5 ILCS 120/2(c)(2)
Mayor Kownick entertained a motion to enter into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing Personnel: Collective Bargaining, 5 ILCS 120/2(c)(2).
Trustee McAlpine moved, seconded by Trustee Kraus to adjourn into Executive Session for the purpose of Personnel: Collective Bargaining, 5 ILCS 120/2(c)(2).
Ayes: All ayes by voice vote
Mayor Kownick and Trustees Covelli, Betz, Collier, Kraus, McAlpine and Weinhammer entered into Executive Session at 6:28 p.m. Others present included Village Administrator Rife, Chief Finlon and Village Attorney Milluzzi.
After discussion, Mayor Kownick entertained a motion to exit Executive Session.
Trustee Kraus moved, seconded by Trustee McAlpine to exit Executive Session at 6:39 p.m.
Ayes: All ayes by voice vote
XIII. Adjourn There being no further items to discuss, a MOTION was made to adjourn the meeting at 6:40 p.m.
MOTION: Trustee Kraus
SECOND: Trustee McAlpine
The Voice Vote noted all ayes and the motion carried.