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Kendall County Board met August 6

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Oct 11, 2019


Kendall County Board met Aug. 6.

Here is the minutes provided by the board:

The Kendall County Board Meeting was held at the Kendall County Office Building, Room 209, in the City of Yorkville on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. The Clerk called the roll. Members present: Chairman Scott Gryder, Amy Cesich, Elizabeth Flowers, Scott Gengler, Tony Giles, Judy Gilmour, Audra Hendrix, Matt Prochaska, and Robyn Vickers. Members absent: Matt Kellogg.

The Clerk reported to the Chairman that a quorum was present to conduct business.

THE AGENDA

Member Prochaska moved to approve the agenda with the following amendments – Postpone to the next county board meeting items 11 B 2 and 11 C 1; item 14 term for Bill Ashton from 5 year to 3 year; and Ed Budd should be Ed Bugg. Member Hendrix seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

PUBLIC COMMENT

Jim Williams spoke about all of the building and zoning violations in Boulder Hill, he has been coming to the board meetings for 4 years. Mr. Williams stated that rules and regulations are needed.

CONSENT AGENDA

Member Hendrix moved to approve the consent agenda of A) County Board minutes from July 2, 2019; B) standing committee minutes; C) claims in an amount not to exceed $971,692.29 and Grand Juror July 2019 claims in an amount not to exceed $1,491.96; D) Chicago HIDTA Investigative Support Center Co-Manager’s Service contract with Kendall County as the Fiduciary Agent effective August 21, 2019 through August 20, 2021, in the amount of $117,838.00; and E) Chicago HIDTA Security Officer & Facility Manager Service contract with Kendall County as the Fiduciary Agent effective August 6, 2019 through August 5, 2020, at $30.00 per hour and will not exceed $61,800.00 annually. Member Cesich seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

COMBINED CLAIMS: FCLT MGMT $27,155.85, B&Z $863.38, CO CLK & RCDR $2,480.34, ELECTION $837.17, ED SRV REG $376.33, SHRFF $1,577.92, CRRCTNS $2,153.71, MERIT $228.00, EMA $770.79, CRCT CT CLK $52.91, JURY COMM $1,491.96, CRCT CT JDG $3,772.47, CRNR $1,097.25, CMB CRT SRV $24,070.33, PUB DFNDR $936.51, ST ATTY $2,200.05, SPRV OF ASSMNT $12.69, EMPLY HLTH INS $395,672.22, PPPOST $295.00, OFF OF ADM SRV $243.41, INS & BNDG $54.00, CO BRD $201.71, TECH SRV $2,951.84, FAC MGT UTLTS $71,142.18, CAP EXPEND $23,365.00, ECON DEV $61.30, CAP IMPRV $11,464.94, LIABIL INS $12,250.00, CO HWY $110,661.53, CO BRDG $13,727.75, TRNSPRT SALES TX $39,341.25, HLTH & HMN SRV $37,864.20, FRST PRSRV $790.51, ELLIS HS $548.30, ELLIS BRN $609.77, ELLIS GRNDS $318.94, RDNG LSSNS $24.99, ELLIS BDAY PRTIES $92.13, HOOVER $ $3,484.65, ENV ED CMPS $69.72, GRNDS & NTRL RSCS $982.06, ANML MED CR FND $777.32, ANML CNTRL EXPS $2,800.30, DRG ABS EXP $10, 000.00, HIDTA $45,211.02, SHRFF RNG FND $125.00, CMSRY FND $748.11, COOK CO REIMB FND $733.40, NCLR GRNT FND $379.99, SCAAP GRNT FND $179.55, JVNL JSTC GRNT FND $430.00, CRT SEC FND $67.68, LAW LBRY $4,859.08, CRNR $528.00, CRNR $44.65, PRBTN SRV $8,954.49, KC DRG CRT FND $4,283.73, GIS $5,555.00, ENG/CNSLTG ESCRW $4,228.00, EMPLY BNFT PRGM $2,181.25, PUB SFTY $51,916.22, CRTHS RNVTNS $100.00, CO ANML POP CNTRL $490.00, VAC $1,510.75, FP BND PRCDS ’07 $30,785.65

NEW BUSINESS

Public Defender Salary

Member Cesich made a motion to set the salary for the Kendall County Public Defender in the amount of $156,370.29 effective July 1, 2019. Member Flowers seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS Administration – Human Resources & Revenue/GIS

Technology Services 5 year Plan

Member Flowers moved to approve the updated Technology Services 5 year Plan. Member Cesich seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

GIS Support Block

Member Flowers moved to approve a GIS Department purchase of a 95 hour support block from GIS Inc. in an amount not to exceed $15,000. Member Hendrix seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Amazon Web Services

Member Flowers moved to approve a contract with Amazon Web Services. Member Hendrix seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Finance

Refunding Bonds

Member Prochaska moved to approve an ordinance authorizing the issuance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2019A and Series 2019B, for the purpose of refunding the outstanding General Obligation Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2010 and Series 2011. Member Cesich seconded the motion.

Anthony Miceli from Speer Financial informed the board that the 2019A is the refunding of the 2010 bonds savings of $140,000 and the 2019B is the refunding of the 2011 bonds savings of $333,000. The County has an AA Bond Rating.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye except Gengler who voted present.

Motion carried.

A complete copy of Ordinance 19-20 is available in the Office of the County Clerk.

Budget Revisions

Postponed to the next County Board meeting.

Facilities

Courthouse Roof

Postponed to the next County Board meeting.

SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS

Juvenile Justice Council

No report.

UCCI, Other State Associations and Organizations

Member Prochaska stated that UCCI had its July conference and will meet again in September.

Board of Health

No report.

KenCom

No report.

OTHER BUSINESS

Member Cesich informed the board that she and Member Hendrix attended the IACBM seminar on Cannabis. They received information on regulation and policing and the option to opt out. Trailer bills are expected to be coming.

The August 20th county board meeting has been rescheduled for August 27th

Chairman’s Report

Member Gryder moved to approve the appointments. Member Flowers seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Appointments

Richard Thompson – Zoning Board of Appeals – 5 year term – Expires August 2024

Nels Moe – Big Slough Drainage District – 5 year term – Expires July 2024

Bill Ashton – Regional Plan Commission – 3 year term – Expires July 2022

Frank Carreno, III – Public Aid Appeals Commission – 3 year term – Expires September 2022 

Heather Hadrys – Workforce Development Board – 2 year term – Expires September 2021

Rich Healy – Workforce Development Board – 2 year term – Expires September 2021

Robyn Vickers – 2020 Census Complete Count Commission – Expires September 2020

Ed Bugg – 2020 Census Complete Count Commission – Expires September 2020

Christina Burns – 2020 Census Complete Count Commission – Expires September 2020

Scott Gengler – 2020 Census Complete Count Commission – Expires September 2020

Scott Gryder – 2020 Census Complete Count Commission – Expires September 2020

Dave Hamman – Regional Plan Commission (Big Grove Township) – 3 year term – Expires August 2022

ADJOURNMENT

Member Cesich moved to adjourn the County Board Meeting until the next scheduled meeting. Member Giles seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

https://www.co.kendall.il.us/wp-content/uploads/August_6_2019-CB-Minutes-1.pdf

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