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Village of Oswego Village Board met April 9

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Village of Oswego Village Board met April 9.

Here is the minutes provided by the board:

CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

President Gail Johnson called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. and led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

ROLL CALL

Physically Present: President Gail Johnson and Trustees Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West.

Absent: Trustee Luis Perez

Staff Present: Dan Di Santo, Village Administrator; Christina Burns, AVA/HR Director; Tina Touchette, Village Clerk; Jeff Burgner, Police Chief; Jennifer Hughes, Public Works Director; Mark Horton, Finance Director; Rod Zenner, Community Development Director; Corinna Cole, Economic Development Director; Jay Hoover, Building & Zoning Manager; Jenette Sturges, Community Engagement Coordinator, Marketing; Steve Raasch, Facilities Manager; James Jensen, Deputy Chief; and James Murphy, Village Attorney.

CONSIDERATION OF AND POSSIBLE ACTIONS ON ANY REQUESTS FOR ELECTRONIC PARTICIPATION IN MEETING

There was no one who participated electronically.

RECOGNITIONS/APPOINTMENTS

There were no Recognitions/Appointments

PUBLIC FORUM

Public Forum was opened at 7:01 p.m. There was no one who requested to speak; the Public Forum was closed at 7:01 p.m.

STAFF REPORTS

Administrator Di Santo- holding a Special Village Board meeting on April 22, 2019 at 6:30 a.m. with a reception for the outgoing Board members at 6:00 p.m.; there will be no Committee of the Whole meeting on April 22, 2019. The April 23, 2019 Committee of the Whole and Regular Village Board meetings have been canceled.

CONSENT AGENDA

G.1. March 19, 2019 Committee of the Whole Minutes

G.2. March 19, 2019 Regular Village Board Minutes

G.3. Ordinance Allocating the 2019 Village of Oswego Volume Cap of $3,657,465.00 to Upper Illinois River Valley Development Authority (UIRVDA). (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read) Ordinance No. 19-21

G.4. Resolution Authorizing Initial Acceptance of Public Improvements for Ashcroft Place Unit 1 and Reduction of Project Surety; Effective March 1, 2019. Resolution No. 19-R-18

G.5. Resolution Authorizing the Village Administrator to Execute Change Order #OCO-0005 for Costs and Fees Associated with Boiler Exhaust Redesign Not to Exceed $39,003.97 for the Construction of the New Police Headquarters Project; and the Waiving of the Competitive Public Bidding Requirement. Resolution No. 19-R-19; change order was because of the design; the architect will be covering the change order.

G.6. Ordinance Vacating the Final Plat of Re-Subdivision Approved as Part of Ordinance #18-79 Approving a Major Amendment to the Final PUD and Final Subdivision Plat for Ashcroft Place Unit 2 The Townes at Ashcroft Walk. (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read) Ordinance No. 19-22

G.7. Resolution Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement for a Tower Lease Agreement between the Village of Oswego and the Oswego Fire Protection District. Subject to Attorney Review and Approval. Resolution No. 19-R-20

A motion was made by Trustee Kauffman and seconded by Trustee Sollinger to approve the Consent Agenda; Approving the March 19, 2019 Committee of the Whole Minutes; Approving the March 19, 2019 Regular Village Board Minutes; and approving the following ordinances and resolutions:

Ordinance No. 19-21; Ordinance Allocating the 2019 Village of Oswego Volume Cap of $3,657,465.00 to Upper Illinois River Valley Development Authority (UIRVDA). (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read)

Ordinance No. 19-22; Ordinance Vacating the Final Plat of Re-Subdivision Approved as Part of Ordinance #18-79 Approving a Major Amendment to the Final PUD and Final Subdivision Plat for Ashcroft Place Unit 2 The Townes at Ashcroft Walk. (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read)

Resolution No. 19-R-18; Resolution Authorizing Initial Acceptance of Public Improvements for Ashcroft Place Unit 1 and Reduction of Project Surety; Effective March 1, 2019.

Resolution No. 19-R-19; Resolution Authorizing the Village Administrator to Execute Change Order #OCO-0005 for Costs and Fees Associated with Boiler Exhaust Redesign Not to Exceed $39,003.97 for the Construction of the New Police Headquarters Project; and the Waiving of the Competitive Public Bidding Requirement.

Resolution No. 19-R-20; Resolution Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement for a Tower Lease Agreement between the Village of Oswego and the Oswego Fire Protection District. Subject to Attorney Review and Approval.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by an omnibus roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes.

BILL LIST

H.1. Approve Bill List Dated April 9, 2019 in the Amount of $891,736.65.

A motion was made by Trustee Kauffman and seconded by Trustee Parr to approve the Bill List Dated April 9, 2019 in the Amount of $891,736.65.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes. 

OLD BUSINESS

There was no Old Business.

J.1. Public Hearing for Fiscal Year 2020 Village Budget The Public Hearing was opened at 7:04 p.m.

Director Horton addressed the Board regarding FY20 budget. The FY20 Village Budget serves as the spending authority for the fiscal year. The Budget anticipates the spending of $50.5 million in total expenditures. The budget has been available for public inspection since March 15, 2019. The Budget was reviewed and discussed with the Village Board at the Special Committee of the Whole meeting on March 2nd. The required notice of public hearing was published in the Ledger Sentinel newspaper on Thursday, March 28th in compliance with the Budget Act.

Board and staff discussion focused on having two weeks to adopt the budget; staff recommendations; have funds in reserves; $10 million in capital projects and improvements. There was no further discussion.

There was no one else who wished to speak. The Public Hearing was closed at 7:08 p.m.

J.2. Ordinance Adding Title 1, Chapter 20, Section 14 of the Village Code of the Village of Oswego, "Administrative Hearings to Determine Eligibility Under the Public Safety Employee Benefits Act." (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read) Ordinance No. 19-23

Director Burns addressed the Board regarding the Public Safety Employee Benefits Act (PSEBA). The act requires employers of full-time law enforcement officers to pay the entire premium of health insurance for the officer and his or her family in the event of the officer’s death or catastrophic injury “as the result of the officer’s response to fresh pursuit, the officer or firefighter’s response to what is reasonably believed to be an emergency, an unlawful act perpetrated by another, or during the investigation of a criminal act.” The law lays out certain procedures that must be followed in the application for PSEBA benefits. In addition, municipalities are permitted to establish adjudication procedures for PSEBA claims. The Village does not currently have any active or pending PSEBA claims. Staff recommended adoption of the proposed adjudication process as a best practice in evaluating what could potentially be a costly exposure for the Village.

Board and staff discussion focused on no current claims; average cost and frequency; costs can vary and be very high if there is lifetime coverage for a family. There was no further discussion.

A motion was made by Trustee Sollinger and seconded by Trustee Kauffman to approve an Ordinance Adding Title 1, Chapter 20, Section 14 of the Village Code of the Village of Oswego, "Administrative Hearings to Determine Eligibility Under the Public Safety Employee Benefits Act." (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read)

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes. 

J.3. 2019 Road Maintenance Project

a) Resolution for Maintenance Under the Illinois Highway Code in the Amount of $800,000 of Motor Fuel Tax Funds in Fiscal Year 2020. Resolution No. 19-R-21

b) Resolution Authorizing the Execution of a Professional Engineering Services Contract with HR Green in an Amount of $29,350.00 for Preliminary Engineering and 5% of the Final Construction Cost for the 2019 Pavement Resurface Program of Various Streets Utilizing Motor Fuel Tax Funds. Resolution No. 19-R-22

Director Hughes addressed the Board regarding the 2019aroad maintenance project. The Village must pass a resolution, each year, prior to the expenditure of Motor Fuel Tax Funds (MFT). The Village expects to receive $850,000 in FY 2020 MFT allotments. Staff will transfer $262,500 to the Debt Service fund leaving an estimated Restricted Fund Balance at April 30, 2020 of $1,080,260. HR Green has designed and overseen construction of the annual road maintenance project for many years. The form of the contract is dictated by the Illinois Department of Transportation. Staff requested authorization to spend $800,000.00 of MFT funds and prioritized areas for repair based upon road condition and traffic volume. Once bids are opened and the construction contract awarded, staff will notify the public of the project schedule. The following streets are scheduled this year:

Street

Location

Resurface

Prairieview Drive

Morgan Valley Drive to Forest Avenue

Forest Avenue

Prairieview Drive to concrete pavement

Seton Creek Drive

Gloria Lane to Wollmington Drive

Wollmington Drive

Seton Creek Drive to Old Post Road

Pearces Ford

US 34 to Waubonsee Creek (south of bridge)

Patching

Main Street – Southbound

At East Benton Street

Main Street – Southbound

North of Judson Avenue

Douglas Street – Southbound

South of South Madison Street

Douglas Street – Northbound

Between South Madison Street and West End Court

Judson Street

East of Main Street

Mill Road – Westbound

West of Station Drive

Project Schedule:

4/9/19 – Approval of engineering contract

4/26/19 – Preliminary plans to Village/IDOT for review 

5/9/19 & 5/16/19 – Bid notice published

5/21/19 – Bid opening

6/4/19 – Village Board Approval

8/9/19 – Completion Date

There was no further discussion.

A motion was made by Trustee McCarthy-Lange and seconded by Trustee Parr to approve a Resolution for Maintenance Under the Illinois Highway Code in the Amount of $800,000 of Motor Fuel Tax Funds in Fiscal Year 2020.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by an omnibus roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes.

A motion was made by Trustee Kauffman and seconded by Trustee McCarthy-Lange to approve a Resolution Authorizing the Execution of a Professional Engineering Services Contract with HR Green in an Amount of $29,350.00 for Preliminary Engineering and 5% of the Final Construction Cost for the 2019 Pavement Resurface Program of Various Streets Utilizing Motor Fuel Tax Funds.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes. 

J.4. Resolution Urging the Enactment of a State Capital Transportation Bill that Includes Transit.

Resolution No. 19-R-23

Administrator Di Santo addressed the Board regarding a resolution for a capital bill that includes transit. The last major State of Illinois capital bill was 2009’s $31 billion “Illinois Jobs Now!” bill. The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) is asking partner agencies to pass a resolution urging all State of Illinois elected officials to enact a state capital bill that includes transit. The RTA specifically points out that the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) has $18 billion in underfunded and unfunded projects, Metra has $12 billion in project needs and Pace has $1 billion in project needs over the next decade. An underfunded transit system in the Chicagoland area impacts Oswego residents, as 19% of residents regularly use Metra service and 11.4% of residents commute to Chicago daily for their job. In addition, the Kendall County Metra extension project needs funding from a state capital bill, and the project benefits from a financially solvent RTA system.

A version of this resolution was passed by the Kane/Kendall Council of Mayors and by the Village of Montgomery. By adoption of this resolution, the Village of Oswego shows solidarity and support for the fiscal soundness of the RTA and a fully functioning transit system in the Chicagoland area.

Board and staff discussion focused on bringing a train in has been a priority; whether an RTA tax still needs to be passed; tax is to be determined; could be per community, or per County; will be years down the road; this resolution is just for support; it does not approve or impose a tax. There was no further discussion.

A motion was made by Trustee Kauffman and seconded by Trustee McCarthy-Lange to approve a Resolution Urging the Enactment of a State Capital Transportation Bill that Includes Transit.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes. 

J.5. Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Construction Contract with H. Linden & Sons in the Amount of $4,007,178.00 for the Construction of the Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements and Assignment of Contract to Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C., in Accordance with the Accompanying Resolution. Resolution No. 19-R-24

Director Hughes addressed the Board regarding a construction contract with H. Linden & Sons for the Reserve at Hudson Crossing public improvements and assignment of the contract. On March 5, 2019, the Village opened three bids for the public improvements exclusive of the parking decks. The bids ranged from $4,007,178.00 to $6,751,717.90. The lowest responsible bidder, H. Linden & Sons was $340,805 (8%) less than the engineer’s estimate. H. Linden submitted a bid of $254,854.00 for the park entrance improvements. This estimate was far above what the Village, Park District, and design engineer originally envisioned the improvements. Since the bid opening, the project team has met to value engineer the improvements. The changes will result in a reduction of brick pavers in the front plaza and reduced impact to the fence. Staff recommended awarding the alternate as bid. The changes resulted in a savings of $73,666.00 to the contract. Staff also recommended approving the execution of a construction contract with H. Linden & Sons for the base bid and Alternates 1 and 2 in the amount of $4,007,178.00 for the construction of the Reserve at Hudson Crossing public improvements and assignment of the contract to Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C.

Board and staff discussion focused on Shodeen pays for the construction; Village opens the bids to maintain transparency; fifteen days to sign the contract; gets rid of a lot of liability to the Village; bid added a lot more water and sewer lines; park entrance does not align with the roads; realigning the entrance and improving the standing plaza; glad it’s a local contractor; Park District is 100% behind the park entrance concept; re-design of park entrance is not in the Park District’s budget ($257,000); Park District will provide the landscaping; cost reduced $75,000; plaza will now be concrete instead of brick; doing a change order and reducing the project price. There was no further discussion.

A motion was made by Trustee Sollinger and seconded by Trustee Parr to approve a Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Construction Contract with H. Linden & Sons in the Amount of $4,007,178.00 for the Construction of the Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements and Assignment of Contract to Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C., in Accordance with the Accompanying Resolution.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes. 

J.6. Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements – Utility Contracts & Permits

a) Resolution Authorizing Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C. to Award Permit Fees and Construction Contracts tor Construction of Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements to AT&T in The Amount of $500.00. Resolution No. 19-R-25

b) Resolution Authorizing Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C. to Award Permit Fees and Construction Contracts tor Construction of Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements to Commonwealth Edison in The Amount Of $203,827.62. Resolution No. 19-R-26

c) Resolution Authorizing Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C. to Award Permit Fees and Construction Contracts tor Construction of Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements to Midwest Fiber in The Amount Of $20,408.62. Resolution No. 19-R-27

d) Resolution Authorizing Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C. to Apply for a Permit from and Pay Associated Fees to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources – Office of Water Resources in Pay Permit Fees to IDNR-OWR in the Amount of $2,690.00 for Construction of Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements. Resolution No. 19-R-28

Director Hughes addressed the Board regarding utility contracts and permits for the Reserve at Hudson Crossing. The RDA contemplates that Shodeen will construct the public improvements and will be reimbursed by the Village. This arrangement ensures that a single party is responsible for all facets of construction of both the public improvements and adjacent buildings. Shodeen is required to bury overhead utilities within the project limits per Section 8.17 of the Subdivision and Development Regulations. The RDA defines public improvements to include utility burial. Shodeen is also required to obtain permits for the public improvements. Shodeen has submitted for the required permits for this portion of the project. As the review agencies issue comments, they are also providing the permit fee determination.

Board and staff discussion focused on largest portion is the burying of lines; there may be a couple more contracts for public improvements; who pays for the fees; redevelopment is subject to reimbursement by the Village of Oswego. There was no further discussion.

One motion was made for all resolutions:

A motion was made by Trustee Kauffman and seconded by Trustee McCarthy-Lange to approve Resolutions Authorizing Reserve at Hudson Crossing, L.L.C. to Award Permit Fees and Construction Contracts for Construction of Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements to AT&T in the Amount of $500.00; to Commonwealth Edison in the Amount of $203,827.62; to Midwest Fiber in the Amount of $20,408.62; and to Apply for a Permit from and Pay Associated Fees to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources – Office of Water Resources in Pay Permit Fees to IDNR-OWR in the Amount of $2,690.00 for Construction of Reserve at Hudson Crossing Public Improvements.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by an omnibus roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes.

J.7. Reserve at Hudson Crossing SSA

a) Public Hearing for Village of Oswego Special Service Area SS200 Hudson Crossing 19 SSA 01

b) Ordinance Proposing the Establishment of Village of Oswego Special Service Area SS200 Hudson Crossing 19 SSA 01 and Providing for Other Procedures. (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read) Ordinance No. 19-24

The Public Hearing was opened at 7:30 p.m.

There was no one who wished to speak. The Public Hearing was closed at 7:30 p.m.

Director Zenner addressed the Board regarding Special Service Area SS200 Hudson Crossing 19 SSA 01 and the establishment of an SSA. In December 2017, the Village entered into a redevelopment agreement to allow for the development of the Reserve at Hudson Crossing. As part of the agreement, the Village would authorize the issuance of $16,000,000 in bonds to facilitate the development project. The bond funds would cover, but are not limited to property acquisition, pubic parking facilities, design services, administration, utility infrastructure, streetscape and landscaping improvements, and related improvements. To ensure there would be sufficient funds to retire the bonds, the development agreement identifies the establishment of an SSA to cover any difference between the bond payments and the real property taxes that would be collected against the subject property. The SSA may also pay any premiums necessary to maintain insurance or bonding for the development or maintenance obligations associated with the project. On January 15, 2019, the Village Board approved an ordinance proposing the establishment of the SSA and setting a public hearing for April 9, 2019. There was no further discussion.

A motion was made by Trustee Parr and seconded by Trustee Kauffman to approve an Ordinance Proposing the Establishment of Village of Oswego Special Service Area SS200 Hudson Crossing 19 SSA 01 and Providing for Other Procedures. (First Read of Ordinance, Waiver of Second Read)

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes. 

J.8. Resolution Amending an Agreement with ClientFirst Technology Consulting for ERP Implementation Project Oversight/Project Manager for an Amount Not to Exceed $116,000. Resolution No. 19-R-29

Director Horton addressed the Board regarding an agreement with ClientFirst. The Village entered into an agreement with ClientFirst for ERP implementation oversight on October 4, 2016. The scope of the agreement was for oversight of implementing the new software in five phases over an 18-month timeframe. The cost was a not to exceed $125,000. Several issues encountered during implementation of phases 2, 3 and 4 have delayed the go-live dates for these phases. It has been 29 months since the initial implementation of the agreement with ClientFirst Technology Consulting and have reached the threshold of $125,000 paid for implementation services.

Staff requested cost estimates for continuing the implementation services for the remainder of the project. Two scenarios to complete the implementation were provided:

Scenario 1

• Project oversight similar to what they have been doing the past 29 months

• Cost to not exceed $55,356

Scenario 2

• Include all the activities of scenario one and project manager assistance

• Cost to not exceed $116,592

As staff has done over the last 29 months of implementation, staff will diligently try to only use ClientFirst, as necessary, to reduce the overall project cost. ClientFirst has been very good at billing us for only the time they put into the project and not nickel and diming us for every meeting, phone conversation and documentation delivered to us. Their consulting practices have allowed staff to extend the implementation 11 months past the original contract term. The completion of phases 2, 3 and 4 should be completed in calendar year 2019; leaving phase 5 to implement in late 2019 and 2020. Phase 5 includes the implementation of processes the Village currently doesn’t have or doesn’t perform electronically. This will require a lot of time in the design and setup portion of the implementation and the testing and training of the end users.

Having reviewed the proposal for project oversight and project oversight with project manager assistance, staff suggests moving forward with Scenario 2. Staff will utilize some of the project manager assistance, but not all of it as proposed; keeping the final costs somewhere between the two proposed cost estimates. The unknown time and staff involvement moving into Phase 5 implementation and whether the Village project manager will have 100% of their time to devote to the project are reasons for the recommendation.

Board and staff discussion focused on not spending the whole $116,592; may be more around $40,000- $50,000; where the funds are coming from for It Manager, Renzetti. There was no further discussion.

A motion was made by Trustee Kauffman and seconded by Trustee West to approve a Resolution Amending an Agreement with ClientFirst Technology Consulting for ERP Implementation Project Oversight/Project Manager for an Amount Not to Exceed $116,000.

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes. 

J.9. Resolution Approving the Purchase of Wine from BreakThru Beverage Group Illinois LLC for Wine on the Fox 2019 in an Amount Not to Exceed $47,000.00. Resolution No. 19-R-30

Director Cole addressed the Board regarding the purchase of wine for Wine on the Fox. Staff proposes to purchase roughly half of the available wine from Breakthru Beverage Group, IL LLC, for Wine on the Fox. The wine will be sold to the Village at wholesale price, as mandated by law. The product will be delivered immediately before the event. The Village will sell the wine at retail price by one ounce pour, five ounce pour and bottle. The Village will order once the event special event liquor license is received. The Village will pay for the product at delivery. Eleven Independent Illinois wineries will also be present at the event. They will accept tickets for one and five ounce pours and will have the ability to sell directly to the customers five ounce pours and bottles.

On December 14th, 2018, the Village issued an RFP for an alcohol distributor for wine at Wine on the Fox. By the response deadline of January 22nd, the Village had received one proposal from Breakthru Beverage Group, IL. Breakthru pioneered the successful Village/distributor model last year and the Village remains interested in purchasing wine from them for this year’s event. The approval amount is a not to exceed value. The final value will be determined by type, brand and quantity. Unopened and undamaged cases of product will be returned to the Distributor for credit. Unopened product will be stored in a truck trailer for safekeeping and protection from the elements.

Board and staff discussion focused on received feedback that attendees wanted more of variety; types of wines being purchased; overseas and domestic wines being offered; sangrias and low calorie products will be available; previous to last year’s event, the net profit was $5,000; last year the net profit was $30,000; event is self-sustaining and profitable; certain organizations can fundraise for the event. There was no further discussion.

A motion was made by Trustee McCarthy-Lange and seconded by Trustee Kauffman to approve a Resolution Approving the Purchase of Wine from BreakThru Beverage Group Illinois LLC for Wine on the Fox 2019 in an Amount Not to Exceed $47,000.00

Aye: Ryan Kauffman, Karin McCarthy-Lange, Pam Parr, Judy Sollinger and Joe West

Nay: None

Absent: Luis Perez

The motion was declared carried by a roll call vote with five (5) aye votes and zero (0) nay votes.

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

K.1. Proclamation- Earth Day April 22, 2019 President Johnson read the proclamation.

Recycling event is being held this Saturday at Public Works.

Veterans Serenity Park groundbreaking scheduled for this Saturday at 11:00 a.m.

TRUSTEE REPORTS

Trustee West- Veterans Serenity Park groundbreaking this Saturday.

Trustee McCarthy-Lange- asked whether shredding will be conducted at the recycling event; no shredding at the event, but the Police Department will be holding a shredding event at a bank in the future. Congrats to newly elected Board members; extremely talented Village staff.

CLOSED SESSION

There was no Closed Session held.

ADJOURNMENT

A motion was made by Trustee Kauffman and seconded by Trustee McCarthy-Lange to adjourn the meeting; upon a voice vote with all remaining members present voting aye, the meeting was adjourned at 7:50 p.m.

http://www.oswegoil.org/pdf/4-9-19-regvb.pdf

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