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2016-06-20 Council Packet
Monday, June 20, 2016
Regular Session – 7:00 p.m.
Room 102
CALL TO ORDER
REGULAR SESSION
ROLL CALL
PRAYER
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
(matters not on the Agenda)
CITY CLERK ANNOUNCEMENTS
OPEN SOLE BID RECEIVED ON 6/3/16 AT 10:00 A.M. FOR THE PURCHASE & DELIVERY OF TWO
(2) FORD F-450 TRUCKS PER SPECIFICATIONS
ALDERMEN ANNOUNCEMENTS
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CONSENT AGENDA
1.
1a.
2.
2a.
3.
3a.
Approve the Appointment of the Fire Department Division Chief of Training and Safety as the 2nd Alternate
Delegate to the Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy (NIPSTA).
RESOLUTION R-95-16/NIPSTA Second Alternate Delegate Appointment
Approve Additional Purchases from On-Time Embroidery, Inc., 2201 Lively Boulevard, Elk Grove Village,
IL as the Vendor for the Fire Department’s Quartermaster Uniform System in the Amount Not-to-Exceed
$43,000. Budgeted Funds – General Fund/Fire Department.
RESOLUTION R-96-16/Vendor for Fire Department’s Quartermaster Uniform System
Approve Central Road Pumping Station Improvements Change Order #1 with Manusos General Contracting,
Inc., 91 Christopher Way, Fox Lake, IL 60020 in the Amount of $163,327.31. Budgeted Funds – Water
Fund/Improvements.
RESOLUTION R-97-16/Change Order #1 – Central Road Pumping Station
4.
Authorize City Clerk to Advertise for Bid Elevator Inspection Services for a 2-Year Term, with an Option to
Renew for Two 2-Year Terms after the Initial Term
5.
SECOND READING – ORDINANCE M-16-16/New Class K Liquor License for Des Plaines Park District
Lake Park Boathouse and Golf Course
6.
Approve Prevailing Wage Ordinance for Laborers, Mechanics, and Other Workers who are Employed in the
Performance of Public Works Projects as Required by the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act
RESOLUTION R-99-16/Prevailing Wage Act Resolution
6a.
7a.
Amend Title 1, “Administrative”, Chapter 8, “Position Grade and Compensation Plan”, Section 4,
“Compensation Plan” of the Des Plaines City Code to Add the Position of Assistant Director of Community
Development
ORDINANCE M-18-16/Amendment to 1-8-4 of the Des Plaines City Code
8.
8a.
Approve Temporary License and Hold Harmless Agreement for TIF #7 Site Preparation Work
RESOLUTION R-100-16/TIF #7 Temporary License and Hold Harmless Agreement
9.
Minutes/Special City Council Meeting – May 23, 2016
10.
Minutes/Regular Meeting – June 6, 2016
11.
Minutes/Closed Session – June 6, 2016
7.
END OF CONSENT AGENDA
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COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
1.
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION – Alderman Don Smith, Chair
a.
Warrant Register in the Amount of $3,804,579.09 – RESOLUTION R-98-16
2.
LEGAL & LICENSING – Alderman Patricia Haugeberg, Chair
a.
ORDINANCE M-17-16/Amendment of the Des Plaines City Code to Title 1, Chapter 9,
Section 5, Paragraph B “Code of Ethics”, “Disclosure” (deferred from June 6, 2016 City Council
Meeting)
IF NO ACTION IS TAKEN UNDER NEW BUSINESS, THESE ITEMS WILL APPEAR ON THE
FOLLOWING CONSENT AGENDA OR UNFINISHED BUSINESS. IF IT IS NECESSARY TO TAKE
ACTION ON ANY OF THESE ITEMS THIS EVENING, THEY MUST BE REPORTED OUT BY THE
COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN UNDER “NEW BUSINESS”
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
N/A
NEW BUSINESS: IF REPORTED OUT BY COMMITTEE
1.
a.
RESOLUTION R-98-16/Warrant Register in the amount of $3,804,579.09
2.
a.
ORDINANCE M-17-16/Approve Amendment of the Des Plaines City Code to Title 1, Chapter 9,
Section 5, Paragraph B “Code of Ethics”, “Disclosure”
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MANAGER’S REPORT
ALDERMEN COMMENTS
MAYORAL COMMENTS
CLOSED SESSION
PROBABLE OR IMMINENT LITIGATION
PROPERTY ACQUISITION
ADJOURNMENT
City of Des Plaines, in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, requests that persons with disabilities, who require
certain accommodations to allow them to observe and/or participate in the meeting(s) or have questions about the accessibility of the
meeting(s) or facilities, contact the ADA Coordinator at 391-5486 to allow the City to make reasonable accommodations for these
persons.
CONSENT AGENDA #1 & 1A.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
405 S. River Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5333
desplaines.org
MEMORANDUM
Date:
June 1, 2016
To:
Michael Bartholomew, City Manager
From:
Alan Wax, Fire Chief
Subject:
Naming of an Alternate Delegate to the Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy
Issue: Des Plaines’ delegate to the Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy (NIPSTA) Board
of Directors is the Fire Chief. One alternate delegate is the Deputy Fire Chief. Since 2013, when the Des
Plaines Department of Public Works joined NIPSTA, the second alternate delegate has been the Assistant
Director of Public Works. In 2016, Public Works withdrew its membership, thus Staff recommends changing
the second alternate delegate.
Analysis: NIPSTA, located on the site of the former Glenview Naval Air Station, is a one-of-a-kind
intergovernmental agency comprised of municipalities, fire protection districts, and other organizations
located in the Chicago metropolitan area that have combined energies and resources to create a regional, stateof-the-art public safety training facility.
The governance of NIPSTA includes a Board of Directors made-up of representatives from the member
agencies. Each agency has one appointed delegate and up to two alternate delegates on the NIPSTA Board.
The City has been a member of NIPSTA since 2008, with member participation by the Fire Department.
Thus, the Fire Chief serves as Des Plaines’ delegate on the NIPSTA Board of Directors, and the Deputy Fire
Chief serves as the alternate delegate. The Department of Public Works and Engineering joined NIPSTA in
2013, and, at that time, the Assistant Public Works Director was appointed as the second alternate delegate.
Effective in 2016, as a budgetary decision, the Department of Public Works withdrew its membership in
NIPSTA, choosing instead to receive occasional training from NIPSTA as a non-member. Thus, it would be
more appropriate for a staff-member with more direct involvement in the City’s membership in NIPSTA to
serve as the second alternate delegate.
Recommendation: I recommend that the Fire Department’s Division Chief of Training and Safety be
appointed as Des Plaines’ second alternate delegate to the NIPSTA Board of Directors.
Attachment:
Resolution R-95-16
Page 1 of 3
CITY OF DES PLAINES
RESOLUTION R – 95 – 16
A RESOLUTION APPOINTING A SECOND ALTERNATE
DELEGATE TO THE NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PUBLIC
SAFETY TRAINING ACADEMY BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 10 of the 1970 Illinois Constitution and the Illinois
Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, 5 ILCS 220/1, et seq., authorize and encourage
intergovernmental cooperation; and
WHEREAS, on February 4, 2008, the City Council adopted R-16-08, approving the City’s
membership in the Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy ("NIPSTA"), and
designating the Fire Chief to serve as the delegate, and the Deputy Fire Chief to serve as the
alternate delegate, to represent the City on the NIPSTA Board of Directors; and
WHEREAS, Article V, Section 1.C. of the NIPSTA Intergovernmental Agreement,
Contract, and Bylaws provides that each NIPSTA member shall have one delegate and up to two
alternate delegates on the NIPSTA Board of Directors; and
WHEREAS, on April 1, 2013, the City Council adopted R-62-13, authorizing the Director
of Public Works and Engineering to appoint one of the Assistant Directors of Public Works and
Engineering to serve as the second alternate delegate to represent the City on the NIPSTA Board
of Directors; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City to
appoint the Fire Department’s Division Chief of Training and Safety as the second alternate
delegate representing the City on the NIPSTA Board of Directors;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Des Plaines,
Cook County, Illinois, in the exercise of its home rule powers, as follows:
SECTION 1: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated into, and made a part
of, this Resolution as findings of the City Council.
SECTION 2: REPEALER. The City Council repeals Resolution R-62-13, which will
be of no further force and effect after the effective date of this Resolution.
SECTION 3: APPOINTMENT. The City Council appoints the Fire Department’s
Division Chief of Training and Safety as the City's second alternate delegate to the NIPSTA Board
of Directors.
SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect
upon its passage and approval according to law.
[SIGNATURE PAGE FOLLOWS]
Resolution R-95-16
Page 2 of 3
PASSED this _____ day of ____________, 2016.
APPROVED this _____ day of _____________, 2016.
VOTE: AYES _____ NAYS _____ ABSENT _____
___________________________________
MAYOR
ATTEST:
Approved as to form:
CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
#46722848_v1 Resolution R-95-16
Page 3 of 3
CONSENT AGENDA #2 & 2A.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
405 S. River Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5333
desplaines.org
MEMORANDUM
Date:
June 1, 2016
To:
Michael Bartholomew, City Manager
From:
Alan Wax, Fire Chief
Subject:
Approval of On-Going Uniform Purchases Under the Fire Department’s Quartermaster Program
from On-Time Embroidery, Inc.
Issue: The Fire Department’s quartermaster system for uniform issuance and replacement has been operating
well in this inaugural year, following replacement of the previous uniform cash-allowance system. Approval
for continued replacement of needed items is requested in Resolution R-96-16.
Analysis: The Fire Department initiated the Quartermaster System in January, 2016. The Council approved
Resolution R-9-16 on January 4, 2016, which authorized the “starting allotment” of new uniform items under
the new system, and approved the use of On-Time Embroidery, Inc. of Elk Grove Village as the vendor for
the Department’s quartermaster system.
At the time, it was recognized that replacements of uniform items that became unusable during the year;
replacements of items not part of the “starting allotment,” such as boots, belts, and other items; as well as full
uniforms for newly-hired employees; would be purchased throughout the year in addition to the “starting
allotment.” It was unknown how many items, and thus how much total expenditure, would be necessary for
new-issue and replacement items during 2016. As the year continues, inasmuch as we have expended $13,500
through May for one new employee and ongoing replacements, and we are slated to hire three new employees
in July at an initial uniform cost of $5,000 plus a possible additional three new employees later in the year, we
realize that the dollar expenditure will exceed the $20,000 threshold for Council approval, and thus the
Department presents the attached Resolution for the Council’s authorization.
On-Time Embroidery has proven that they provide excellent service at low prices. Uniform orders have been
timely and accurate. Most beneficially, there is no other vendor with the robust web-based system that allows
for individualized accounts per employee, on-line approval by the quartermaster, Department management of
the process, and detailed reporting. Because the system is web-based, On-Time Embroidery does not have a
“showroom” and the associated overhead, and thus On-Time’s prices are low. To confirm such, the
Department compared prices to other area uniform vendors, and found the following:
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Prices for Daily Station Uniform Items
Job Shirt
Pants - Cargo
Polo Shirt - SS
T-Shirt
On-Time Embroidery
$
65.00
$
56.00
$
42.00
$
9.00
Chicago Uniform
$
70.00
$
49.50
$
50.75
$
15.50
VCG
73.95
$
49.95
$
48.95
$
10.95
$
It should be noted that, despite a greater actual need than was expected for replacements of worn items, the
quartermaster system has still proven to be a considerable savings for the City, even in this transition year, as
shown below. Savings will be even more considerable in future years since there won’t need to be a “starting
allotment” and item replacements will be more regular, avoiding the catch-up backlog that has been
experienced in this first year of the program.
$
2016 Uniform Costs if Uniform Allowance Continued:
86,064
st
$
2016 Uniform Costs for 1 Year if the full amounts of both R-9-16 and R-96-16 were spent*: 70,610
$
Transition-Year Projected Savings:
15,454
*Actually, less than the full amount of R-9-16 was spent for the “starting allotment” ($26,732 of the $27,610
approved) – and it is also anticipated that less than the full $43,000 in R-96-16 will need to be spent, reflecting an
even larger first-year savings under the quartermaster system.
Recommendation: I recommend that the Resolution be approved, authorizing continued purchasing under
the quartermaster system. The $43,000 requested in the Resolution is broken-down as follows:
Breakdown of Total in Resolution R-96-16
$13,530
Actual Replacements January‒May:
Projected Replacements June‒December: $14,000
$10,074
6 New Members:
$5,396
Contingency Buffer:
Total: $43,000
In the very unlikely event that the level of replacements exceeds this amount, or unforeseen personnel
shortages occur requiring additional hiring and thus unplanned uniform purchases exceeding the authorized
amount, then Staff would return the issue to the City Council.
Attachment:
Resolution R-96-16
Page 2 of 4
CITY OF DES PLAINES
RESOLUTION
R - 96 - 16
A
RESOLUTION
AUTHORIZING
ADDITIONAL
EXPENDITURES UNDER A CONTRACT WITH ON TIME
EMBROIDERY, INC., FOR THE PURCHASE OF FIRE
DEPARTMENT UNIFORMS.
WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 10 of the 1970 Illinois Constitution authorizes the City
to contract with individuals, associations, and corporations in any manner not prohibited by law
or ordinance; and
WHEREAS, on January 4, 2016, the City Council approved Resolution R-9-16, which
awarded a contract in the not-to-exceed amount of $27,610 (“Contract”) to On Time Embroidery,
Inc. (“Vendor”), for the purchase of Fire Department uniforms (“Uniforms”) through a
quartermaster system, under which Fire Department personnel directly purchase, subject to
approval by a Fire Department quartermaster, Uniforms through a web-based City account
established by the Vendor; and
WHEREAS, the City estimates that purchasing Uniforms through the quartermaster
system pursuant to the Contract will substantially reduce the City’s expenditures on Uniforms over
the course of the 2016 fiscal year and in future years; and
WHEREAS, the City desires to continue purchasing Uniforms through the quartermaster
system pursuant to the Contract, and estimates that an additional expenditure in the amount of
$43,000 will be necessary to purchase all Uniforms that will be required by Fire Department
personnel during the remainder of the 2016 fiscal year; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City to
authorize the expenditure of an additional amount not to exceed $43,000 during the 2016 fiscal
year (for a total not-to-exceed amount during the 2016 fiscal year of $70,610 for the purchase of
Uniforms from the Vendor pursuant to the Contract);
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Des
Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, in the exercise of its home rule powers, as follows:
SECTION 1: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated into, and made a part
of, this Resolution as findings of the City Council.
SECTION 2: APPROVAL OF ADDITIONAL EXPENDITURE. The City Council
hereby approves the expenditure, during the 2016 fiscal year, of the additional not-to-exceed
amount of $43,000, and the total not-to-exceed amount of $70,610, for the purchase of Uniforms
from Vendor pursuant to the Contract.
Resolution R-96-16
Page 3 of 4
SECTION 3: AUTHORIZATION. The City Manager and the City Clerk are hereby
authorized and directed to execute and seal such documents approved by the General Counsel, and
the Finance Director is authorized to make such payments, on behalf of the City, as are necessary
to complete the purchase of Uniforms from Vendor in accordance with Section 2 of this
Resolution.
SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from
and after its passage and approval according to law.
PASSED this _____ day of ____________, 2016.
APPROVED this _____ day of _____________, 2016.
VOTE: AYES _____ NAYS _____ ABSENT _____
MAYOR
ATTEST:
Approved as to form:
CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
#46721083_v1
2
Resolution R-96-16
Page 4 of 4
CONSENT AGENDA #3 & 3A.
PUBLIC WORKS AND
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
1111 Joseph J. Schwab Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5464
desplaines.org
MEMORANDUM
Date:
June 1, 2016
To:
Mike Bartholomew, MCP, LEED-AP, City Manager
From:
Timothy Watkins, Assistant Director of Public Works and Engineering
Cc:
Timothy P. Oakley, P.E., CFM, Director of Public Works and Engineering
Subject:
Central Road Pump Station Improvements - Change Order #1
Issue: During the course of constructing the Central Road Pump Station Improvements additional work items
were required to successfully complete the project.
Analysis: As part of the Northwest Water Commission alternative water supply project, the Central Road
Pumping Station required facility improvements. These improvements included an addition to the pumping
station building, pump replacements, emergency generator equipment, electrical upgrades, telemetry
upgrades and improved flow controls and monitoring.
During the course of construction, additional work items were necessary to complete the project:
• Relocation of the 20” Emergency Interconnection Water Main and modification to fittings due to
unknown location and configuration of existing piping;
• Modification to the pump suction and discharge header piping at the pump station due to existing
misalignment of fittings;
• Relocation and additional fencing at the property to fully enclose fire hydrant and pressure reducer
valve to comply with the Northwest Water Commission Agreement;
• Replacement of flow meters at the Maple Street Pumping Station due to failure of existing equipment
to properly communicate with supervisory control and data acquisition system.
The cost for these items is listed in the table below:
Item
Relocation of 20” Emergency Interconnect Water Main & Fittings
Modification to Pump Headers
Relocation of Fencing
Replacement of Flow Meters at the Maple Street Pump Station
Cost
$42,464.68
$6,388.03
$23,208.90
$91,265.70
Page 1 of 7
Recommendation: We recommend approval of the Central Road Pumping Station Improvements Change
Order #1 with Manusos General Contracting Inc., 91 Christopher Way, Fox Lake, Illinois, 60020 in the
amount of $163,327.31. Source of funding will be budgeted Water Fund, Improvements (500-00-580-8100).
Attachments:
Resolution R-97-16
Exhibit A – Change Order #1
Page 2 of 7
CITY OF DES PLAINES
RESOLUTION
R - 97 - 16
A RESOLUTION APPROVING A CHANGE ORDER WITH
MANUSOS GENERAL CONTRACTING, INC., FOR
CENTRAL ROAD PUMPING STATION IMPROVEMENTS.
WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 10 of the 1970 Illinois Constitution authorizes the City
to contract with individuals, associations, and corporations in any manner not prohibited by law
or ordinance; and
WHEREAS, on May 4, 2015, the City Council adopted Resolution R-83-15, which
approved and authorized the execution of a contract ("Contract") between the City and Manusos
General Contracting, Inc. ("Contractor"), for the construction of improvements to the Central
Road pumping station ("Work") in an amount not to exceed $2,494,000.00; and
WHEREAS, after commencing the Work, Contractor discovered certain additional work
that must be performed to complete the Work, including: (i) relocation of a 20-inch emergency
interconnection water main; (ii) modification of pump suction and discharge headers; (iii)
relocation of fencing at the Central Road pumping station property; and (iv) replacement of flow
meters located at the Maple Street pumping station (collectively, “Additional Work”); and
WHEREAS, Contractor submitted Change Order No. 1 under the Contract for the
completion of the Additional Work in the not-to-exceed amount of $163,327.31 (“Change Order
No. 1”); and
WHEREAS, the City desires Contractor to perform, and has sufficient funds appropriated
in the Water Fund to procure, the Additional Work by Contractor pursuant to Change Order No. 1
in the not-to-exceed amount of $163,327.31; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that authorizing Contractor to perform the
Additional Work under the Contract pursuant to Change Order No. 1 is: (i) necessary due to
circumstances that were not foreseeable at the time the City entered into the Contract; (ii) germane
to the Contract in its original form as signed; and (iii) in the best interest of the City and authorized
by law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Des
Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, in the exercise of its home rule powers, as follows:
SECTION 1: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated into, and made a part
of, this Resolution as findings of the City Council.
SECTION 2: APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDER NO. 1. The City Council approves
Change Order No. 1 in substantially the form attached to this Resolution as Exhibit A, and in a
1
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final form to be approved by the General Counsel, for the completion of the Additional Work by
Contractor under the Contract in the not-to-exceed amount of $163,327.31.
SECTION 3: AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE CHANGE ORDER NO. 1. The
City Council authorizes and directs the City Manager and the City Clerk to execute and seal, on
behalf of the City, Change Order No. 1.
SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from
and after its passage and approval according to law.
PASSED this ___ day of _________________, 2016.
APPROVED this ___ day of ____________________, 2016.
VOTE: AYES _____ NAYS _____ ABSENT _____
MAYOR
ATTEST:
Approved as to form:
CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
DP-Resolution Approving Change Order #1 from Anderson Elevator Company for Elevator Doors
#46722929_v2
2
Page 4 of 7
CITY OF DES PLAINES
CHANGE ORDER
SHEET 1 OF 3
PROJECT NAME: Central Road Pump Station Improvements
LOCATION:
877 Central, Des Plaines, IL
CONTRACTOR:
Manusos General Contracting, Inc.
I.
A.
CHANGE ORDER NO. 1
DATE: 6/1/16
DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES INVOLVED:
Adjustment in quantities during various preparation and repair processes.
B.
REASON FOR CHANGE:
During the course of the Central Road Pump Station Improvement project additional items were
required to effectively complete the repairs.
•
•
•
•
Relocation of 20” Emergency Interconnection Water Main and modification to fittings
Modification to the pump suction and discharge headers at the pump station
Relocation of fencing at the property to comply with the Northwest Water Commission
Agreement
Replacement of flow meters at the Maple Street Pumping Station
C.
REVISION IN CONTRACT PRICE:
$163,327.31
Exhibit A
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II.
III.
CHANGE ORDER CONDITIONS:
1.
Any Work to be performed under this Change Order shall be provided,
performed, and completed in full compliance with, and as required by or pursuant
to, the Contract, including any Specifications and Contract Drawings for the
Work to be performed under this Change Order and for Work of the same type as
the Work to be performed under this Change Order, and as specified in the
preceding “Description of Changes Involved.”
2.
Unless otherwise provided herein, all Work included in this Change Order shall
be guaranteed and warranted as set forth in, and Contractor shall not be relieved
from strict compliance with, the guaranty and warranty provisions of the Contract.
3.
All Work included in this Change Order shall be covered under the Bonds and the
insurance coverages specified in the Contract. If the Contract Price, including this
Change Order, exceeds the Contract Price set forth in the Contract, as signed, by
twenty percent (20%), Contractor shall submit to Owner satisfactory evidence of
such increased coverage under the Bonds.
ADJUSTMENTS IN CONTRACT PRICE:
1.
Original Contract Price
$2,494,000.00
2.
Net (addition) (reduction) due
to all previous Change Orders
Nos.
to
$0.00
Contract Price, not including
this Change Order
$2,494,000.00
(Addition) (Reduction) to Contract
Price due to this Change Order
$163,327.31
Contract Price including this
Change Order
$2,657,327.31
3.
4.
5.
Exhibit A
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Exhibit A
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CONSENT AGENDA #4.
COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
1420 Miner Street
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5380
desplaines.org
MEMORANDUM
Date:
May 18, 2016
To:
Michael Bartholomew, City Manager
From:
Butch Ehrke, Inspection Supervisor
Cc:
Elected Officials
Subject:
Advertise for Bid – Elevator Inspection Services
Issue: State law requires all elevators and conveyance devices to have safety inspections. Those inspections
must be performed by a State of Illinois licensed and Qualified Elevator Inspector (QEI)/Elevator Inspection
Company.
Analysis: The Community and Economic Development Department would like to seek bids from elevator
inspection companies to provide mechanical and electrical inspection as well as plan review of all existing
and new safety devices and equipment related to passenger and freight elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters,
or a conveyance device that is listed under the authority of the rules, regulations and laws of the State of
Illinois.
Recommendation: I recommend authorization to bid contractual elevator inspection services for a two (2)
year term. After the initial term there shall be an option for two (2) two (2) year renewals.
CONSENT AGENDA #5.
1420 Miner Street
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5301
desplaines.org
Date:
May 18, 2016
To:
Honorable Alderman
From:
Matthew J. Bogusz, Local Liquor Commissioner
Cc:
Vickie Baumann, Secretary/Licensing Division
Subject:
Liquor License Request for a New License Increase
Attached please find a Liquor License request for the following applicant:
Des Plaines Park District Lake Park Boathouse and Golf Course
1015 Howard Avenue
Class K – Governmental Facility (consumption on premises)
New increase from 1 to 2
The complete application packet is on file in the Community and Economic Development Department. The
required posting will be completed on June 17, 2016 and all necessary fees have been secured.
This request will come before you on the Consent Agenda of the City Council meeting of Monday
June 6, 2016.
Matthew J. Bogusz
Mayor
Local Liquor Commissioner
Attachments: Ordinance
Application Packet
Page 1 of 6
CITY OF DES PLAINES
ORDINANCE
M - 16 - 16
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1, “FEE
SCHEDULE,” OF CHAPTER 18, "SCHEDULE OF FEES,"
OF TITLE 4, “BUSINESS REGULATIONS,” OF THE CITY
CODE TO ADD ONE CLASS K LIQUOR LICENSE.
WHEREAS, the Des Plaines Park District ("Applicant") submitted an application to the
Department of Community and Economic Development for a Class K liquor license for the
premises known as the Lake Park Boathouse and Golf Course located at 1015 Howard Avenue,
Des Plaines, Illinois ("Premises"), pursuant to Chapter 4 of Title 4 of the Des Plaines City Code
("City Code"); and
WHEREAS, the City desires to issue one Class K liquor license to the Applicant for the
Premises; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City to
grant the Applicant a Class K liquor license for the Premises;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the City Council of the City of Des
Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, in the exercise of its home rule powers, as follows:
SECTION 1: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated into, and made a part
of, this Ordinance as the findings of the City Council.
SECTION 2: APPROVAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE. The City Council hereby grants
the Applicant a Class K liquor license for the Premises.
SECTION 3: FEE SCHEDULE. Section 1, titled “Fee Schedule,” of Chapter 18, titled
"Schedule of Fees," of Title 4, titled “Business Regulations,” of the City Code is amended to read
as follows:
“4-18-1: FEE SCHEDULE:
Section
Fee Description
Number
Term
Fee
New
4-4-5A
License Fees and Number
Class
Class K
Number
01
Term
Annual
Initial
Fee
Annual
Fee
$550.00
[The remainder of the Fee Schedule is unchanged.]”
[Deleted text is struck through; inserted text is bold and double underlined.]
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Attachment 1
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SECTION 4: SEVERABILITY. If any paragraph, section, clause or provision of this
Ordinance is held invalid, the remainder shall continue in full force and effect without affecting
the validity of the remaining portions of the Ordinance.
SECTION 5: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect
from and after its passage, approval, and publication in pamphlet form according to law.
PASSED this _____day of ____________, 2016.
APPROVED this _____ day of ____________, 2016.
VOTE: AYES _____ NAYS _____ ABSENT ______
MAYOR
ATTEST:
DEPUTY CITY CLERK
Published in pamphlet form this
______ day of ________________, 2016.
Approved as to form:
DEPUTY CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
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CONSENT AGENDA #6 & 6A.
OFFICE OF CITY ATTORNEY
1420 Miner Street
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5300
desplaines.org
MEMORANDUM
Date:
June 10, 2016
To:
Michael Bartholomew, City Manager
From:
Peter Friedman, General Counsel PF/MU
Subject:
Prevailing Wage Act Resolution
Issue: Attached for consideration and approval by the City Council is a Resolution establishing the prevailing
wage rate for laborers, mechanics, and other workers who are employed in the performance of public works
projects.
Analysis: The Illinois Prevailing Wage Act requires the City to establish each June the prevailing wage rate
to be paid to workers who participate in the construction of public works within the City. Following adoption
of the Resolution, a notice that the prevailing wage rate has been established and is available at the City Clerk's
office must be published in a local newspaper. For the City, the local prevailing wage rate is the same as the
prevailing wage rate established by the Illinois Department of Labor for Cook County, which is attached to
the Resolution as Exhibit A. The Illinois Department of Labor last established the prevailing wage rate for
Cook County in July of 2015.
Recommendation: I recommend that the City Council approve the attached Resolution establishing the
prevailing wage rate for laborers, mechanics, and other workers who are employed in the performance of
public works projects within the City.
Attachments:
Resolution Establishing the Prevailing Wage Rate
Exhibit A, Cook County Prevailing Wage for July 2015
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CITY OF DES PLAINES
RESOLUTION
R - 99 - 16
A RESOLUTION ASCERTAINING THE PREVAILING
RATE OF WAGES IN THE CITY OF DES PLAINES.
WHEREAS, the State of Illinois has enacted the Prevailing Wage Act, 820 ILCS 130/0.01,
et seq. (“Act”); and
WHEREAS, the Act requires that the City of Des Plaines (“City”) investigate and
ascertain the prevailing rate of wages, as defined in the Act, for laborers, mechanics and other
workers in the locality of the City employed in performing construction of public works for the
City; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the City to
adopt this Resolution;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF DES PLAINES, COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, in the exercise of its home rule
powers, as follows:
SECTION 1: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated into, and made a part
of, this Resolution as findings of the City Council.
SECTION 2: PREVAILING RATE OF WAGES. To the extent and as required by the
Act, the general prevailing rate of wages in Cook County for laborers, mechanics, and other
workers engaged in construction of public works coming under the jurisdiction of the City is
hereby ascertained to be the same as the prevailing rate of wages for construction work in the Cook
County area as determined by the Department of Labor of the State of Illinois as of July 2015
(which determination is the most recent determination made by the Department of Labor). A copy
of that determination is attached to and, by this reference, made a part of this Resolution as Exhibit
A. As required by the Act, any and all revisions to the prevailing rate of wages by the Department
of Labor of the State of Illinois shall supersede the Department's July determination and apply to
any and all public works construction in Cook County undertaken by the City.
SECTION 3: DEFINITIONS; APPLICABILITY.
The definition of any term
appearing in this Resolution that is also used in the Act shall be the same as in the Act. Nothing
in this Resolution shall be construed to apply the general prevailing rate of wages for Cook County,
as ascertained pursuant to this Resolution, to any work or employment except public works
construction of the City conducted in Cook County to the extent required by the Act.
SECTION 4: AVAILABILITY OF PREVAILING RATE OF WAGES. The City
Clerk of the City of Des Plaines is hereby directed to publicly post or keep available for inspection
by any interested party in the City Clerk’s office this determination or any revisions of the
prevailing rate of wages for Cook County. A copy of this determination or of the revised
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determination of the prevailing rate of wages then in effect shall be attached to all public works
construction contract specifications.
SECTION 5: MAILING OF PREVAILING RATE OF WAGES. The City Clerk is
hereby directed to mail a copy of this determination to any employer, to any association of
employers, and to any person or association of employees who have filed their names and
addresses requesting copies of any determination stating the particular rates and the particular class
of workers whose wages will be affected by such rates.
SECTION 6: FILING OF RESOLUTION. The City Clerk is hereby directed to
promptly file a certified copy of this Resolution with both the Secretary of State and the
Department of Labor of the State of Illinois.
SECTION 7: PUBLICATION OF RESOLUTION. The City Clerk is hereby directed
to cause to be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the area a copy of this
Resolution, within 30 days after its filing with the Secretary of State and the Department of Labor
of the State of Illinois, and such publication shall constitute notice that the determination is
effective and that this is the determination of the City.
SECTION 8: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from
and after its passage and approval as provided by law.
PASSED this _____ day of ____________, 2016.
APPROVED this _____ day of _____________, 2016.
VOTE: AYES _____ NAYS _____ ABSENT _____
___________________________________
MAYOR
ATTEST:
CITY CLERK
Published in pamphlet form this
____ day of _______________, 2016.
Approved as to form:
CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
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Cook County Prevailing Wage for July 2015
(See explanation of column headings at bottom of wages)
Trade Name
RG TYP C Base
FRMAN M-F>8
==================== == === = ====== ====== =====
ASBESTOS ABT-GEN
ALL
39.400 39.950 1.5
ASBESTOS ABT-MEC
BLD
36.340 38.840 1.5
BOILERMAKER
BLD
47.070 51.300 2.0
BRICK MASON
BLD
43.780 48.160 1.5
CARPENTER
ALL
44.350 46.350 1.5
CEMENT MASON
ALL
43.750 45.750 2.0
CERAMIC TILE FNSHER
BLD
36.810 0.000 1.5
COMM. ELECT.
BLD
40.000 42.800 1.5
ELECTRIC PWR EQMT OP
ALL
46.100 51.100 1.5
ELECTRIC PWR GRNDMAN
ALL
37.050 52.500 1.5
ELECTRIC PWR LINEMAN
ALL
47.500 52.500 1.5
ELECTRICIAN
ALL
45.000 48.000 1.5
ELEVATOR CONSTRUCTOR
BLD
50.800 57.150 2.0
FENCE ERECTOR
ALL
37.340 39.340 1.5
GLAZIER
BLD
40.500 42.000 1.5
HT/FROST INSULATOR
BLD
48.450 50.950 1.5
IRON WORKER
ALL
44.200 46.200 2.0
LABORER
ALL
39.200 39.950 1.5
LATHER
ALL
44.350 46.350 1.5
MACHINIST
BLD
45.350 47.850 1.5
MARBLE FINISHERS
ALL
32.400 34.320 1.5
MARBLE MASON
BLD
43.030 47.330 1.5
MATERIAL TESTER I
ALL
29.200 0.000 1.5
MATERIALS TESTER II
ALL
34.200 0.000 1.5
MILLWRIGHT
ALL
44.350 46.350 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
BLD 1 48.100 52.100 2.0
OPERATING ENGINEER
BLD 2 46.800 52.100 2.0
OPERATING ENGINEER
BLD 3 44.250 52.100 2.0
OPERATING ENGINEER
BLD 4 42.500 52.100 2.0
OPERATING ENGINEER
BLD 5 51.850 52.100 2.0
OPERATING ENGINEER
BLD 6 49.100 52.100 2.0
OPERATING ENGINEER
BLD 7 51.100 52.100 2.0
OPERATING ENGINEER
FLT 1 53.600 53.600 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
FLT 2 52.100 53.600 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
FLT 3 46.400 53.600 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
FLT 4 38.550 53.600 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
FLT 5 55.100 53.600 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
FLT 6 35.000 35.000 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
HWY 1 46.300 50.300 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
HWY 2 45.750 50.300 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
HWY 3 43.700 50.300 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
HWY 4 42.300 50.300 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
HWY 5 41.100 50.300 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
HWY 6 49.300 50.300 1.5
OPERATING ENGINEER
HWY 7 47.300 50.300 1.5
ORNAMNTL IRON WORKER
ALL
45.000 47.500 2.0
PAINTER
ALL
41.750 46.500 1.5
PAINTER SIGNS
BLD
33.920 38.090 1.5
Exhibit A
OSA
===
1.5
1.5
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
1.5
2.0
1.5
2.0
1.5
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
1.5
1.5
OSH
===
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
H/W
=====
13.98
11.47
6.970
10.05
11.79
13.05
10.55
8.670
10.76
8.630
11.06
13.83
13.57
13.05
13.14
11.47
13.65
13.98
11.79
7.260
10.05
10.05
13.98
13.98
11.79
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.10
17.10
17.10
17.10
17.10
16.60
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
17.55
13.55
11.50
2.600
Pensn
=====
10.72
10.96
18.13
14.43
16.39
14.45
9.230
12.57
14.87
12.28
15.75
15.27
14.21
12.06
16.99
12.16
21.14
10.72
16.39
8.950
13.75
14.10
10.72
10.72
16.39
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
11.80
11.05
11.80
11.80
11.80
11.05
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
12.65
17.94
11.10
2.710
Vac
=====
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.100
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
4.060
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.850
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
1.900
0.000
0.000
0.000
Trng
=====
0.500
0.720
0.400
1.030
0.630
0.480
0.770
0.750
0.460
0.370
0.480
1.000
0.600
0.300
0.940
0.720
0.350
0.500
0.630
0.000
0.620
0.780
0.500
0.500
0.630
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
1.250
0.650
0.770
0.000
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PILEDRIVER
PIPEFITTER
PLASTERER
PLUMBER
ROOFER
SHEETMETAL WORKER
SIGN HANGER
SPRINKLER FITTER
STEEL ERECTOR
STONE MASON
SURVEY WORKER
ALL
BLD
BLD
BLD
BLD
BLD
BLD
BLD
ALL
BLD
->NOT IN
ALL
TERRAZZO FINISHER
BLD
TERRAZZO MASON
BLD
TILE MASON
BLD
TRAFFIC SAFETY WRKR
HWY
TRUCK DRIVER
E ALL
TRUCK DRIVER
E ALL
TRUCK DRIVER
E ALL
TRUCK DRIVER
E ALL
TRUCK DRIVER
W ALL
TRUCK DRIVER
W ALL
TRUCK DRIVER
W ALL
TRUCK DRIVER
W ALL
TUCKPOINTER
BLD
44.350
46.000
43.430
46.650
41.000
42.230
31.310
49.200
42.070
43.780
EFFECT
37.000
38.040
41.880
43.840
32.750
1 35.480
2 34.100
3 34.300
4 34.500
1 35.600
2 32.700
3 32.900
4 33.100
43.800
46.350
49.000
46.040
48.650
44.000
45.610
33.810
51.200
44.070
48.160
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
11.79
9.000
13.05
13.18
8.280
10.53
4.850
11.75
13.45
10.05
16.39
15.85
14.43
11.46
10.54
20.68
3.280
9.650
19.59
14.43
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.630
1.780
1.020
0.880
0.530
0.720
0.000
0.550
0.350
1.030
37.750
0.000
44.880
47.840
34.350
35.680
34.500
34.500
34.500
35.800
33.100
33.100
33.100
44.800
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
12.97
10.55
10.55
10.55
6.550
8.350
8.150
8.150
8.150
8.250
6.500
6.500
6.500
8.280
9.930
11.22
12.51
11.40
6.450
10.50
8.500
8.500
8.500
9.140
4.350
4.350
4.350
13.49
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.500
0.720
0.940
0.990
0.500
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.150
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.670
Legend:
RG (Region)
TYP (Trade Type - All,Highway,Building,Floating,Oil & Chip,Rivers)
C (Class)
Base (Base Wage Rate)
FRMAN (Foreman Rate)
M-F>8 (OT required for any hour greater than 8 worked each day, Mon through Fri.
OSA (Overtime (OT) is required for every hour worked on Saturday)
OSH (Overtime is required for every hour worked on Sunday and Holidays)
H/W (Health & Welfare Insurance)
Pensn (Pension)
Vac (Vacation)
Trng (Training)
Explanations
COOK COUNTY
The following list is considered as those days for which holiday rates
of wages for work performed apply: New Years Day, Memorial Day,
Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and
Veterans Day in some classifications/counties. Generally, any of
these holidays which fall on a Sunday is celebrated on the following
Monday. This then makes work performed on that Monday payable at the
appropriate overtime rate for holiday pay. Common practice in a given
local may alter certain days of celebration. If in doubt, please
check with IDOL.
TRUCK DRIVERS (WEST) - That part of the county West of Barrington
Road.
EXPLANATION OF CLASSES
Exhibit A
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ASBESTOS - GENERAL - removal of asbestos material/mold and hazardous
materials from any place in a building, including mechanical systems
where those mechanical systems are to be removed. This includes the
removal of asbestos materials/mold and hazardous materials from
ductwork or pipes in a building when the building is to be demolished
at the time or at some close future date.
ASBESTOS - MECHANICAL - removal of asbestos material from mechanical
systems, such as pipes, ducts, and boilers, where the mechanical
systems are to remain.
CERAMIC TILE FINISHER
The grouting, cleaning, and polishing of all classes of tile, whether
for interior or exterior purposes, all burned, glazed or unglazed
products; all composition materials, granite tiles, warning detectable
tiles, cement tiles, epoxy composite materials, pavers, glass,
mosaics, fiberglass, and all substitute materials, for tile made in
tile-like units; all mixtures in tile like form of cement, metals, and
other materials that are for and intended for use as a finished floor
surface, stair treads, promenade roofs, walks, walls, ceilings,
swimming pools, and all other places where tile is to form a finished
interior or exterior. The mixing of all setting mortars including but
not limited to thin-set mortars, epoxies, wall mud, and any other
sand and cement mixtures or adhesives when used in the preparation,
installation, repair, or maintenance of tile and/or similar materials.
The handling and unloading of all sand, cement, lime, tile,
fixtures, equipment, adhesives, or any other materials to be used in
the preparation, installation, repair, or maintenance of tile and/or
similar materials. Ceramic Tile Finishers shall fill all joints and
voids regardless of method on all tile work, particularly and
especially after installation of said tile work. Application of any
and all protective coverings to all types of tile installations
including, but not be limited to, all soap compounds, paper products,
tapes, and all polyethylene coverings, plywood, masonite, cardboard,
and any new type of products that may be used to protect tile
installations, Blastrac equipment, and all floor scarifying equipment
used in preparing floors to receive tile. The clean up and removal of
all waste and materials. All demolition of existing tile floors and
walls to be re-tiled.
COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRICIAN
Installation, operation, inspection, maintenance, repair and service
of radio, television, recording, voice sound vision production and
reproduction, telephone and telephone interconnect, facsimile, data
apparatus, coaxial, fibre optic and wireless equipment, appliances and
systems used for the transmission and reception of signals of any
nature, business, domestic, commercial, education, entertainment, and
residential purposes, including but not limited to, communication and
telephone, electronic and sound equipment, fibre optic and data
communication systems, and the performance of any task directly
related to such installation or service whether at new or existing
sites, such tasks to include the placing of wire and cable and
electrical power conduit or other raceway work within the equipment
Exhibit A
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room and pulling wire and/or cable through conduit and the
installation of any incidental conduit, such that the employees
covered hereby can complete any job in full.
MARBLE FINISHER
Loading and unloading trucks, distribution of all materials (all
stone, sand, etc.), stocking of floors with material, performing all
rigging for heavy work, the handling of all material that may be
needed for the installation of such materials, building of
scaffolding, polishing if needed, patching, waxing of material if
damaged, pointing up, caulking, grouting and cleaning of marble,
holding water on diamond or Carborundum blade or saw for setters
cutting, use of tub saw or any other saw needed for preparation of
material, drilling of holes for wires that anchor material set by
setters, mixing up of molding plaster for installation of material,
mixing up thin set for the installation of material, mixing up of sand
to cement for the installation of material and such other work as may
be required in helping a Marble Setter in the handling of all
material in the erection or installation of interior marble, slate,
travertine, art marble, serpentine, alberene stone, blue stone,
granite and other stones (meaning as to stone any foreign or domestic
materials as are specified and used in building interiors and
exteriors and customarily known as stone in the trade), carrara,
sanionyx, vitrolite and similar opaque glass and the laying of all
marble tile, terrazzo tile, slate tile and precast tile, steps, risers
treads, base, or any other materials that may be used as substitutes
for any of the aforementioned materials and which are used on interior
and exterior which are installed in a similar manner.
MATERIAL TESTER I: Hand coring and drilling for testing of materials;
field inspection of uncured concrete and asphalt.
MATERIAL TESTER II: Field inspection of welds, structural steel,
fireproofing, masonry, soil, facade, reinforcing steel, formwork,
cured concrete, and concrete and asphalt batch plants; adjusting
proportions of bituminous mixtures.
OPERATING ENGINEER - BUILDING
Class 1. Asphalt Plant; Asphalt Spreader; Autograde; Backhoes with
Caisson Attachment; Batch Plant; Benoto (requires Two Engineers);
Boiler and Throttle Valve; Caisson Rigs; Central Redi-Mix Plant;
Combination Back Hoe Front End-loader Machine; Compressor and Throttle
Valve; Concrete Breaker (Truck Mounted); Concrete Conveyor; Concrete
Conveyor (Truck Mounted); Concrete Paver Over 27E cu. ft; Concrete
Paver 27E cu. ft. and Under: Concrete Placer; Concrete Placing Boom;
Concrete Pump (Truck Mounted); Concrete Tower; Cranes, All; Cranes,
Hammerhead; Cranes, (GCI and similar Type); Creter Crane; Spider
Crane; Crusher, Stone, etc.; Derricks, All; Derricks, Traveling;
Formless Curb and Gutter Machine; Grader, Elevating; Grouting
Machines; Heavy Duty Self-Propelled Transporter or Prime Mover;
Highlift Shovels or Front Endloader 2-1/4 yd. and over; Hoists,
Elevators, outside type rack and pinion and similar machines; Hoists,
Exhibit A
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One, Two and Three Drum; Hoists, Two Tugger One Floor; Hydraulic
Backhoes; Hydraulic Boom Trucks; Hydro Vac (and similar equipment);
Locomotives, All; Motor Patrol; Lubrication Technician; Manipulators;
Pile Drivers and Skid Rig; Post Hole Digger; Pre-Stress Machine; Pump
Cretes Dual Ram; Pump Cretes: Squeeze Cretes-Screw Type Pumps; Gypsum
Bulker and Pump; Raised and Blind Hole Drill; Roto Mill Grinder;
Scoops - Tractor Drawn; Slip-Form Paver; Straddle Buggies; Operation
of Tie Back Machine; Tournapull; Tractor with Boom and Side Boom;
Trenching Machines.
Class 2. Boilers; Broom, All Power Propelled; Bulldozers; Concrete
Mixer (Two Bag and Over); Conveyor, Portable; Forklift Trucks;
Highlift Shovels or Front Endloaders under 2-1/4 yd.; Hoists,
Automatic; Hoists, Inside Elevators; Hoists, Sewer Dragging Machine;
Hoists, Tugger Single Drum; Laser Screed; Rock Drill (Self-Propelled);
Rock Drill (Truck Mounted); Rollers, All; Steam Generators; Tractors,
All; Tractor Drawn Vibratory Roller; Winch Trucks with "A" Frame.
Class 3. Air Compressor; Combination Small Equipment Operator;
Generators; Heaters, Mechanical; Hoists, Inside Elevators (remodeling
or renovation work); Hydraulic Power Units (Pile Driving, Extracting,
and Drilling); Pumps, over 3" (1 to 3 not to exceed a total of 300
ft.); Low Boys; Pumps, Well Points; Welding Machines (2 through 5);
Winches, 4 Small Electric Drill Winches.
Class 4. Bobcats and/or other Skid Steer Loaders; Oilers; and Brick
Forklift.
Class 5. Assistant Craft Foreman.
Class 6. Gradall.
Class 7. Mechanics; Welders.
OPERATING ENGINEERS - HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
Class 1. Asphalt Plant; Asphalt Heater and Planer Combination; Asphalt
Heater Scarfire; Asphalt Spreader; Autograder/GOMACO or other similar
type machines: ABG Paver; Backhoes with Caisson Attachment; Ballast
Regulator; Belt Loader; Caisson Rigs; Car Dumper; Central Redi-Mix
Plant; Combination Backhoe Front Endloader Machine, (1 cu. yd. Backhoe
Bucket or over or with attachments); Concrete Breaker (Truck
Mounted); Concrete Conveyor; Concrete Paver over 27E cu. ft.; Concrete
Placer; Concrete Tube Float; Cranes, all attachments; Cranes, Tower
Cranes of all types: Creter Crane: Spider Crane; Crusher, Stone, etc.;
Derricks, All; Derrick Boats; Derricks, Traveling; Dredges;
Elevators, Outside type Rack & Pinion and Similar Machines; Formless
Curb and Gutter Machine; Grader, Elevating; Grader, Motor Grader,
Motor Patrol, Auto Patrol, Form Grader, Pull Grader, Subgrader; Guard
Rail Post Driver Truck Mounted; Hoists, One, Two and Three Drum; Heavy
Duty Self-Propelled Transporter or Prime Mover; Hydraulic Backhoes;
Backhoes with shear attachments up to 40' of boom reach; Lubrication
Technician; Manipulators; Mucking Machine; Pile Drivers and Skid Rig;
Pre-Stress Machine; Pump Cretes Dual Ram; Rock Drill - Crawler or Skid
Exhibit A
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Rig; Rock Drill - Truck Mounted; Rock/Track Tamper; Roto Mill
Grinder; Slip-Form Paver; Snow Melters; Soil Test Drill Rig (Truck
Mounted); Straddle Buggies; Hydraulic Telescoping Form (Tunnel);
Operation of Tieback Machine; Tractor Drawn Belt Loader; Tractor
Drawn Belt Loader (with attached pusher - two engineers); Tractor with
Boom; Tractaire with Attachments; Traffic Barrier Transfer Machine;
Trenching; Truck Mounted Concrete Pump with Boom; Raised or Blind Hole
Drills (Tunnel Shaft); Underground Boring and/or Mining Machines 5
ft. in diameter and over tunnel, etc; Underground Boring and/or Mining
Machines under 5 ft. in diameter; Wheel Excavator; Widener (APSCO).
Class 2. Batch Plant; Bituminous Mixer; Boiler and Throttle Valve;
Bulldozers; Car Loader Trailing Conveyors; Combination Backhoe Front
Endloader Machine (Less than 1 cu. yd. Backhoe Bucket or over or with
attachments); Compressor and Throttle Valve; Compressor, Common
Receiver (3); Concrete Breaker or Hydro Hammer; Concrete Grinding
Machine; Concrete Mixer or Paver 7S Series to and including 27 cu.
ft.; Concrete Spreader; Concrete Curing Machine, Burlap Machine,
Belting Machine and Sealing Machine; Concrete Wheel Saw; Conveyor Muck
Cars (Haglund or Similar Type); Drills, All; Finishing Machine Concrete; Highlift Shovels or Front Endloader; Hoist - Sewer Dragging
Machine; Hydraulic Boom Trucks (All Attachments); Hydro-Blaster; Hydro
Excavating (excluding hose work); Laser Screed; All Locomotives,
Dinky; Off-Road Hauling Units (including articulating) Non
Self-Loading Ejection Dump; Pump Cretes: Squeeze Cretes - Screw Type
Pumps, Gypsum Bulker and Pump; Roller, Asphalt; Rotary Snow Plows;
Rototiller, Seaman, etc., self-propelled; Self-Propelled Compactor;
Spreader - Chip - Stone, etc.; Scraper - Single/Twin Engine/Push and
Pull; Scraper - Prime Mover in Tandem (Regardless of Size); Tractors
pulling attachments, Sheeps Foot, Disc, Compactor, etc.; Tug Boats.
Class 3. Boilers; Brooms, All Power Propelled; Cement Supply Tender;
Compressor, Common Receiver (2); Concrete Mixer (Two Bag and Over);
Conveyor, Portable; Farm-Type Tractors Used for Mowing, Seeding, etc.;
Forklift Trucks; Grouting Machine; Hoists, Automatic; Hoists, All
Elevators; Hoists, Tugger Single Drum; Jeep Diggers; Low Boys; Pipe
Jacking Machines; Post-Hole Digger; Power Saw, Concrete Power Driven;
Pug Mills; Rollers, other than Asphalt; Seed and Straw Blower; Steam
Generators; Stump Machine; Winch Trucks with "A" Frame; Work Boats;
Tamper-Form-Motor Driven.
Class 4. Air Compressor; Combination - Small Equipment Operator;
Directional Boring Machine; Generators; Heaters, Mechanical; Hydraulic
Power Unit (Pile Driving, Extracting, or Drilling); Light Plants, All
(1 through 5); Pumps, over 3" (1 to 3 not to exceed a total of 300
ft.); Pumps, Well Points; Vacuum Trucks (excluding hose work); Welding
Machines (2 through 5); Winches, 4 Small Electric Drill Winches.
Class 5. SkidSteer Loader (all); Brick Forklifts; Oilers.
Class 6. Field Mechanics and Field Welders
Class 7. Dowell Machine with Air Compressor; Gradall and machines of
like nature.
Exhibit A
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OPERATING ENGINEER - FLOATING
Class 1. Craft Foreman; Master Mechanic; Diver/Wet Tender; Engineer;
Engineer (Hydraulic Dredge).
Class 2. Crane/Backhoe Operator; Boat Operator with towing
endorsement; Mechanic/Welder; Assistant Engineer (Hydraulic Dredge);
Leverman (Hydraulic Dredge); Diver Tender.
Class 3. Deck Equipment Operator, Machineryman, Maintenance of Crane
(over 50 ton capacity) or Backhoe (115,000 lbs. or more); Tug/Launch
Operator; Loader/Dozer and like equipment on Barge, Breakwater Wall,
Slip/Dock, or Scow, Deck Machinery, etc.
Class 4. Deck Equipment Operator, Machineryman/Fireman (4 Equipment
Units or More); Off Road Trucks; Deck Hand, Tug Engineer, Crane
Maintenance (50 Ton Capacity and Under) or Backhoe Weighing (115,000
pounds or less); Assistant Tug Operator.
Class 5.
Friction or Lattice Boom Cranes.
Class 6. ROV Pilot, ROV Tender
SURVEY WORKER - Operated survey equipment including data collectors,
G.P.S. and robotic instruments, as well as conventional levels and
transits.
TERRAZZO FINISHER
The handling of sand, cement, marble chips, and all other materials
that may be used by the Mosaic Terrazzo Mechanic, and the mixing,
grinding, grouting, cleaning and sealing of all Marble, Mosaic, and
Terrazzo work, floors, base, stairs, and wainscoting by hand or
machine, and in addition, assisting and aiding Marble, Masonic, and
Terrazzo Mechanics.
TRAFFIC SAFETY
Work associated with barricades, horses and drums used to reduce lane
usage on highway work, the installation and removal of temporary lane
markings, and the installation and removal of temporary road signs.
TRUCK DRIVER - BUILDING, HEAVY AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION - EAST & WEST
Class 1. Two or three Axle Trucks. A-frame Truck when used for
transportation purposes; Air Compressors and Welding Machines,
including those pulled by cars, pick-up trucks and tractors;
Ambulances; Batch Gate Lockers; Batch Hopperman; Car and Truck
Washers; Carry-alls; Fork Lifts and Hoisters; Helpers; Mechanics
Helpers and Greasers; Oil Distributors 2-man operation; Pavement
Breakers; Pole Trailer, up to 40 feet; Power Mower Tractors;
Self-propelled Chip Spreader; Skipman; Slurry Trucks, 2-man operation;
Slurry Truck Conveyor Operation, 2 or 3 man; Teamsters; Unskilled
Dumpman; and Truck Drivers hauling warning lights, barricades, and
portable toilets on the job site.
Exhibit A
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Class 2. Four axle trucks; Dump Crets and Adgetors under 7 yards;
Dumpsters, Track Trucks, Euclids, Hug Bottom Dump Turnapulls or
Turnatrailers when pulling other than self-loading equipment or
similar equipment under 16 cubic yards; Mixer Trucks under 7 yards;
Ready-mix Plant Hopper Operator, and Winch Trucks, 2 Axles.
Class 3. Five axle trucks; Dump Crets and Adgetors 7 yards and over;
Dumpsters, Track Trucks, Euclids, Hug Bottom Dump Turnatrailers or
turnapulls when pulling other than self-loading equipment or similar
equipment over 16 cubic yards; Explosives and/or Fission Material
Trucks; Mixer Trucks 7 yards or over; Mobile Cranes while in transit;
Oil Distributors, 1-man operation; Pole Trailer, over 40 feet; Pole
and Expandable Trailers hauling material over 50 feet long; Slurry
trucks, 1-man operation; Winch trucks, 3 axles or more;
Mechanic--Truck Welder and Truck Painter.
Class 4. Six axle trucks; Dual-purpose vehicles, such as mounted
crane trucks with hoist and accessories; Foreman; Master Mechanic;
Self-loading equipment like P.B. and trucks with scoops on the front.
Other Classifications of Work:
For definitions of classifications not otherwise set out, the
Department generally has on file such definitions which are
available. If a task to be performed is not subject to one of the
classifications of pay set out, the Department will upon being
contacted state which neighboring county has such a classification and
provide such rate, such rate being deemed to exist by reference in
this document. If no neighboring county rate applies to the task,
the Department shall undertake a special determination, such special
determination being then deemed to have existed under this
determination. If a project requires these, or any classification not
listed, please contact IDOL at 217-782-1710 for wage rates or
clarifications.
LANDSCAPING
Landscaping work falls under the existing classifications for laborer,
operating engineer and truck driver.
The work performed by
landscape plantsman and landscape laborer is covered by the existing
classification of laborer. The work performed by landscape operators
(regardless of equipment used or its size) is covered by the
classifications of operating engineer. The work performed by
landscape truck drivers (regardless of size of truck driven) is
covered by the classifications of truck driver.
MATERIAL TESTER & MATERIAL TESTER/INSPECTOR I AND II
Notwithstanding the difference in the classification title, the
classification entitled "Material Tester I" involves the same job
duties as the classification entitled "Material Tester/Inspector I".
Likewise, the classification entitled "Material Tester II" involves
the same job duties as the classification entitled "Material
Tester/Inspector II".
Exhibit A
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CONSENT AGENDA #7 & 7A.
1420 Miner Street
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5300
desplaines.org
Date:
June 10, 2016
To:
Mayor and Members of City Council
From:
Michael G. Bartholomew, ICMA-CM, City Manager
Subject:
Amending Title 1 Chapter 8 Position Classification (Assistant Director of Community Development)
Issue: During the June 6, 2016 closed session, City Council discussed the specific employee currently holding the
position of Property Inspection Supervisor. There was consensus of the members present to replace the current position
of Property Inspection Supervisor with a new position of Assistant Director of Community Development within the
compensation plan and place the employee in that new position. To achieve this objective, Title 1, Chapter 8, Section
4 of the City Code, non-union employee classification and compensation schedule will need to be amended accordingly.
Analysis: It is important to note that the creation of this new position will NOT add any new employees to the budget.
The current Property Inspection Supervisor has exhibited high quality of work and meets the current job responsibilities
of the new position. To ensure that this position is competitive within the municipal market a grade reclassification is
needed. After review of surrounding communities the average wage is $110,687. This would place the position in Grade
15 of our classification plan.
As such, the salary for this position will $110,687 and place in Grade 15 with a range of $95,920 to $124,695 and
represents an annual increase of $12,601 for the employee. This proposed position will be exempt under the Fair Labor
Standards Act (FLSA). The Assistant Director of Community Development will have a 37.5 hour work week and will
not be eligible for overtime. Additionally, this position will have administrative, confidential, and executive authority,
with independent judgment and discretion, as an at will employee. Attached for your reference is a draft position
description which will be finalized once this is approved by the City Council.
In addition to this reclassification there are few housekeeping items that remove obsolete positions and add the title of
Purchasing Manager. These clean-up items do not add or subtract any employees. These clean-up items do not increase
or decrease any employee’s salaries.
Recommendation: I recommend that the City Council consider the amendment to Title 1, Chapter 8, and Section 4
of the City Code.
Attachments:
Ordinance – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 8 of Title 1 of the City of Des Plaines City Code
Attachment 1 – Draft position description
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CITY OF DES PLAINES
ORDINANCE
M - 18 - 16
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 8 OF TITLE 1
OF THE CITY OF DES PLAINES CITY CODE.
WHEREAS, Section 4 of Chapter 8 of Title 1 of the City of Des Plaines City Code, as
amended ("City Code"), sets forth a classification plan and compensation schedules for all
full-time, nonunion employment positions of the City ("Classification and Compensation
Schedules"); and
WHEREAS, the City Council desires to amend the Classification and Compensation
Schedules to add one new position, add one title, and remove obsolete positions (the
"Amendment"); and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the adoption of the Amendment set
forth in this Ordinance is in the best interest of the City.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Des
Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, in the exercise of its home rule powers, as follows:
SECTION 1. RECITALS. The recitals set forth above are incorporated herein by
reference and made a part hereof.
SECTION 2. COMPENSATION PLAN. Section 4, titled "Compensation Plan," of
Chapter 8, titled "Position Grade and Compensation Plan," of Title 1, titled "Administrative," of
the City Code is hereby amended further to read as follows:
"1-8-4: COMPENSATION PLAN:
A. Classified Positions: The compensation plan with annual rates for all nonunion
classified positions is hereby adopted according to the following schedules:
SCHEDULE A
MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL
NONUNION
Effective January 1, 2015
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Additional Longevity
Title
Hours
Per
Grade Week
Minimum
Midpoint
Maximum
After After After
10
15
20
Years Years Years
City manager
21
37.5
148,032 170,237 192,441
1,000
1,500
2,000
Assistant city
manager/director of
finance
20
37.5
137,704 158,359 179,014
1,000
1,500
2,000
Police chief
19
40
128,096 147,312 166,526
1,000
1,500
2,000
Fire chief
19
40
128,096 147,312 166,526
1,000
1,500
2,000
Director of public
works and engineering
19
37.5
128,096 147,312 166,526
1,000
1,500
2,000
Director of community
and economic
development
18
37.5
119,160 137,034 154,908
1,000
1,500
2,000
Deputy police chief patrol
17
40
110,846 127,473 144,100
1,000
1,500
2,000
Deputy police chief support services
17
40
110,846 127,473 144,100
1,000
1,500
2,000
Deputy fire chief operations
17
40
110,846 127,473 144,100
1,000
1,500
2,000
Director of information
technology
16
37.5
103,112 118,580 134,047
1,000
1,500
2,000
Assistant director of
public works and
engineering
16
37.5
103,112 118,580 134,047
1,000
1,500
2,000
Assistant director of
finance
15
37.5
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Director of human
resources
15
37.5
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
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Police commander patrol
15
40
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Police commander traffic
15
40
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Police commander investigations
15
40
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Fire battalion chief
15
49.5
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Fire division chief training
15
40
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Fire division chief fire prevention
15
40
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Fire division chief EMS
15
40
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Assistant director of
community
development
15
37.5
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Emergency
communications center
manager
15
40
95,920
110,307 124,695
1,000
1,500
2,000
Emergency
communications center
coordinator
14
40
89,226
102,611 115,995
1,000
1,500
2,000
Superintendent - utility
services
14
40
89,226
102,611 115,995
1,000
1,500
2,000
Superintendent general services
14
40
89,226
102,611 115,995
1,000
1,500
2,000
Foreman - vehicle
maintenance
12
40
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
Foreman - water
system maintenance
12
40
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
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Foreman street/grounds
maintenance
12
40
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
Foreman - sewer
system maintenance
12
40
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
Foreman – facilities
and grounds
12
40
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
Building and property
inspection supervisor
12
37.5
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
Director of media
services
12
37.5
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
Police support services
manager
12
40
77,211
88,793
100,375
1,000
1,500
2,000
Code enforcement and
permitting coordinator
11
37.5
71,824
82,598
93,371
1,000
1,500
2,000
Emergency
communications shift
supervisor
11
40
71,824
82,598
93,371
1,000
1,500
2,000
Financial analyst
10
37.5
66,813
76,835
86,856
1,000
1,500
2,000
Economic development
coordinator
10
37.5
66,813
76,835
86,856
1,000
1,500
2,000
Administrative
manager
10
37.5
66,813
76,835
86,856
1,000
1,500
2,000
Purchasing manager
10
37.5
66,813
76,835
86,856
1,000
1,500
2,000
*
*
*"
SECTION 3. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and
after its passage, approval and publication in pamphlet form according to law.
[SIGNATURE PAGE FOLLOWS]
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PASSED this _____day of ____________, 2016.
APPROVED this _____ day of ____________, 2016.
VOTE: AYES _____ NAYS _____ ABSENT ______
MAYOR
ATTEST:
CITY CLERK
Published in pamphlet form this
______ day of ________________, 2016.
Approved as to form:
CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
DP-Ord Amending Title 1 Chapter 8 Position Classification to Add New Position Asst Dir CD
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Assistant Director of Community Development
Position Description
Department:
Community & Economic Development
Employment Status: Full-Time
FLSA Status:
Exempt
Group:
Management
Date Approved:
June 20, 2016
This position is responsible for the successful management of the Community Development
Division of the Department. This position is responsible for achieving the performance goals set
for the Division and collaborates with the Economic Development Division of the Department
on a variety of issues related to the overall operations of the Department along with appointed &
elected officials.
II.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED/EXERCISED
Works under the general supervision of the Director of Community & Economic Development
and exercises supervision over the budget and staff assigned to the Community Development
Division.
III.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Efficiently and effectively manages personnel, resources and projects assigned to the
division.

Promotes and enforces compliance with all City and Departmental rules, regulations,
policies and procedures.

Successfully collaborates with the Director in developing long range operational needs
with respect to equipment, personnel and services and successfully implements plans to
achieve the assigned goals of the Division.

Effectively manages the following functions of the Division:
o Field Inspections during the progress of building construction or repair to ensure
compliance with laws, regulations & codes.
o Permit Application process to ensure buildings to be constructed, repaired,
demolished are complaint with the applicable laws, regulations and codes.
o Site Plan Reviews are conducted effectively conducted to comply with best
practices, zoning regulations with safety to the residents in mind.
Attachment 1
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
Regularly meets with contractors, subcontractors, homeowners, builders, business owners
and architects to gather input so he/she can recommend plan revisions in order to correct
problems resulting from code violations, interpretations or an ambiguity in the approved
plans.

Responds to the public or other inquiries relative to building and code policies and
procedures on specific projects and other information.

Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
IV.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in construction management, planning or a related field along
with 10 years of progressively responsible experience in a related field, at least 4 of which must
have been in a supervisory capacity. An equivalent combination of education and experience
can be substituted for any of the minimum qualifications.
V.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Considerable knowledge of building construction methods and materials; considerable
knowledge of State, City and ICC Building Codes; working knowledge of nuisance code
and ordinances as they apply to building; working knowledge of occupational hazards
and safety precautions or the building trades.

Ability to communicate and work effectively with architects, contractors and construction
personnel while resolving on-site issues; ability to understand and interpret architectural
and structural engineering drawings; ability to interpret building codes and regulations;
ability to communicate effective orally and in writing.

Ability to apply different dispute resolution techniques to bring parties together.

Ability to manage and effectively work with diverse groups of citizens, employees and
business owners.
VI.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/QUALFICATIONS
International Code Council (ICC) certification as a Certified Building Official or ability to obtain
certification within one year of employment. State of Illinois Class “D” Driver’s License with a
clean driving record.
VII.
EQUIPMENT USED
Requires the frequent use of hand tools for construction inspections, electronic devices to
communicate, computers, phones, automobile and various office equipment.
Attachment 1
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VIII. PHYSICAL DEMANDS
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand and walk;
use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and
arms. The employee is occasionally required to life and/or move up to 20 pounds. Specific
vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision peripheral
vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
IX.
WORKING CONDITIONS
Work is performance in either an office setting or outdoors in the inspection of various
construction sites and other related developments. While outdoors, the employee occasionally
works in inclement weather conditions, near moving mechanical parts, high/precarious places,
wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of
electrical shock and vibrations. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in the
office to moderate outside.
X.
APPROVALS
Director of Community & Economic Development
Date
Director of Human Resources
Date
City Manager
Date
This job description should not be interpreted as all-inclusive or as an employment agreement between the employer and employee. It is intended
to identify the essential functions and requirements of this job and is subject to change as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job
change. Incumbents may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Any essential
functions of this position will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a
disability as defined by the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodation for the specific disability will be made for the
incumbent/applicant when possible.
Attachment 1
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CONSENT AGENDA #8 & 8A.
1420 Miner Street
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5380
desplaines.org
Date:
June 14, 2016
To:
Michael G. Bartholomew, MCP, LEED AP, City Manager
From:
Lauren Pruss, AICP, Economic Development Coordinator
Subject:
Temporary License and Hold Harmless Agreement for TIF 7 Site Preparation (6th Ward)
Issue: The City has entered in to an agreement for the redevelopment of the City-owned property located in
TIF 7. The developer for the project, O’Hare Real Estate, LLC, would like to begin conducting environmental
remediation on the site prior to obtaining final approval of the planned unit development.
Analysis: In response to the developer’s request, City staff have prepared a hold harmless agreement
providing the developer with the right to conduct the remediation work at their own risk. The agreement
strictly outlines the type of work that can be performed on site, and provides no additional authority to begin
construction activities. Typically, this type of work would begin after final approvals and issuance of site
development permits. However, due to the strict nature of the agreement, City staff are comfortable with
allowing the developer to conduct remediation on the site at this time in order to expedite and facilitate future
construction efforts.
Recommendation: I recommend that the City Council approve Resolution R-100-16 and direct staff to
execute the agreement.
Attachments:
- Resolution R-100-16: A Resolution Approving a Temporary License and Hold Harmless Agreement
for TIF 7 Site Preparation Work
- Exhibit A: Temporary License and Hold Harmless Agreement for TIF 7 Site Preparation
Work/Description of Environmental Investigation and Soil Remediation Work
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CITY OF DES PLAINES
RESOLUTION
R-100-16
A RESOLUTION APPROVING A TEMPORARY LICENSE
AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT FOR TIF 7 SITE
PREPARATION WORK
WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 10 of the 1970 Illinois Constitution authorizes the City
to contract with individuals, associations, and corporations in any manner not prohibited by law
or ordinance; and
WHEREAS, the City is the fee title holder to those certain parcels of property consisting
of approximately 6.5 acres located north of Higgins Road, east of Mannheim Road, south of the I90 Jane Adams Memorial Tollway, and west of the Wisconsin Central Ltd. Railroad right-of-way
(“Property”); and
WHEREAS, the City has entered into a Sales, Purchase, and Escrow Agreement dated as
of February 2, 2016 (“PSA”) and a Purchase Option Agreement dated as of February 2, 2016
(“Option Agreement”) with O’Hare Real Estate, LLC (“Developer”) to convey title to the Property
and allow the Developer to redevelop the Property with a commercial planned development; and
WHEREAS, in anticipation of its acquisition of the Property, the Developer desires to
enter onto the Property for the purpose of conducting environmental investigation, soil
remediation, and site grading work (collectively “Site Preparation Work”) ; and
WHEREAS, the City desires to permit the Licensee to enter onto the Property in advance
of taking title to the Property for the limited purpose of conducting the Site Preparation Work; and
WHEREAS, the City and the Licensee desire to enter in an agreement to set forth their
respective rights and responsibilities regarding the conduct of the Site Preparation Work on the
Property; and
WHEREAS, the Mayor and City Council have determined that entering into a “Temporary
License and Hold Harmless Agreement for the TIF 7 Site Preparation Work” (“License
Agreement”) with the Developer for the Property would be in the best interest of the City and its
residents; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Des
Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, in the exercise of its home rule powers, as follows:
SECTION 1: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated into, and made a part
of, this Resolution as findings of the City Council.
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SECTION 2: APPROVAL OF LICENSE AGREEMENT. The City Council hereby
approves the License Agreement in substantially the form attached to this Resolution as Exhibit
A, and in a final form to be approved by the General Counsel.
SECTION 3: AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE LICENSE AGREEMENT. The
City Council hereby authorizes and directs the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute and seal, on
behalf of the City, the final License Agreement.
SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from
and after its passage and approval according to law.
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TEMPORARY LICENSE AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT FOR
TIF 7 SITE PREPARATION WORK
THIS TEMPORARY LICENSE AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT ("Agreement"),
dated as of this ____ day of June, 2016 ("Effective Date"), by and between the CITY OF DES
PLAINES, an Illinois home rule municipal corporation ("City"), and O’HARE REAL ESTATE,
LLC, an Illinois limited liability company("Licensee").
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the recitals, mutual covenants, and agreements
set forth herein and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which
are hereby acknowledged, the parties do hereby mutually agree as follows:
SECTION 1. RECITALS.
A.
The City and Licensee have entered into a Sales, Purchase, and Escrow
Agreement dated as of February 2, 2016 (“PSA”) and a Purchase Option Agreement dated as
of February 2, 2016 (“Option Agreement”) with the Licensee, to convey title to the Property, as
defined in the PSA and Option Agreement, and allow the Licensee to redevelop the Property
with a commercial planned development.
B.
Licensee desires to enter onto the Property for the purpose of (i) conducting
environmental investigation and soil remediation work (collectively “Site Preparation Work”) as
set forth on Exhibit A; and (ii) site grading.
C.
The City desires to permit the Licensee to enter onto the Property for the limited
purpose of conducting the Site Preparation Work and site grading pursuant to, and conditioned
upon, the terms of this Agreement.
D.
The City and the Licensee desire to enter this Agreement to set forth their
respective rights and responsibilities regarding the conduct of the Site Preparation Work and
site grading on the Property.
SECTION 2. GRANT OF LICENSE; LIMITATION OF INTEREST.
A.
Grant of License. Subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this
Agreement, the City hereby grants to the Licensee, and the Licensee hereby accepts, a
temporary license for the Licensee and its agents and contractors, to enter upon the Property
and conduct the Site Preparation Work described in Section 3 below ("License").
B.
Limitation of Interest. Except for the License granted pursuant to this
Agreement, the Licensee acknowledges and agrees that it does not have, and will not have, any
legal, beneficial, or equitable interest, whether by adverse possession or prescription or
otherwise, in the Property, unless and until it acquires title to the Property from the City pursuant
to the PSA and the Option Agreement, or any amendment thereto.
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SECTION 3. SITE PREPARATION WORK.
A.
Work Permitted.
The Site Preparation Work may consist solely of
environmental testing and soil remediation (as further described in Exhibit A to this
Agreement), land balancing, soil removal, equipment mobilization, erosion control, tree removal,
preparation of construction entrances, and providing a staging area for vehicles on the Property.
B.
Permits Required. The Licensee shall be solely responsible for applying and
paying for, and obtaining all necessary permits from the City, Cook County, IDOT, or other
governing bodies, if any, with jurisdiction over the Property necessary to perform the Site
Preparation Work.
C.
No Other Approvals. The License granted by this Agreement shall not permit or
entitle the Licensee to conduct work other than the Site Preparation Work on the Property. This
Agreement does not, and shall not be interpreted to, obligate the City to grant the Licensee any
additional permits or approvals, including without limitation, approvals under the City’s Zoning
Ordinance or Subdivision Regulations.
D.
Compliance with Plans, Permits, and Approvals. The Licensee must conduct,
complete, and maintain the Site Preparation Work in strict compliance with any permits,
approved plans, statutes, laws, ordinances, or regulations (collectively, “Requirements of
Law”). Failure to conduct, complete, and maintain the Site Preparation Work in strict
compliance with the Requirements of Law shall be deemed a material breach of this Agreement,
and shall be grounds for the immediate revocation of the License granted herein by the City or
the exercise of the remedies described in Section 3.E below.
E.
Remedies for Breach. In the event that Licensee has failed to conduct,
complete, and maintain the Site Preparation Work in accordance with the Requirements of Law
and fails to cure same within twenty (20) days after written notice thereof from the City, the City
may (1) require the Licensee to complete the Site Preparation Work in accordance with the
Requirements with Law; (2) require that the Licensee perform site restoration necessary to
restore the grade of the Property to the condition prior to the commencement of the Site
Preparation Work (“Restoration”); or (3) conduct Restoration itself and bill the Licensee for any
costs incurred by the City to accomplish the Restoration.
SECTION 4. INDEMNIFICATION, LIABILITY, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK.
A.
Indemnity. The Licensee agrees to indemnify, and hold the City harmless from,
all claims, causes of action, suits, damages, or demands, liabilities, losses, and expenses,
including attorneys’ fees and administrative expenses, that arise, or may be alleged to have
arisen, out of or in connection with: (i) the acts or omissions of the Licensee or its authorized
agents, servants, employees, or contractors in the performance of the Site Preparation Work on
the Property; (ii) the use of the Property by the Licensee or its authorized agents, servants,
employees, contractors; or (iii) this Agreement.
B.
Assumption of Risk. As between the City and Licensee, Licensee agrees to
assume the full and sole risk of any injuries, including death, and all costs, damages, and losses
that Licensee or its employees, agents, contractors, agents, servants, employees, contractors,
guests, or invitees may sustain while conducting the Site Preparation Work on the Property.
SECTION 5. INSURANCE.
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Prior to (i) commencing the Site Preparation Work, Licensee must provide the City with
certificates of insurance evidencing the insurance coverage and limits set forth in Section 5.3.3
of the PSA; and (ii) site grading Licensee must provide the City with certificates of insurance
evidencing the insurance coverage and limits set forth in Exhibit B.
SECTION 6. GENERAL PROVISIONS.
A.
Authority To Execute. The City hereby warrants and represents to the
Licensee that the persons executing this Agreement on its behalf have been properly authorized
to do so by the City. The Licensee hereby warrant and represent to the City that the Licensee
have the full and complete right, power, and authority to enter into this Agreement and to agree
to the terms, provisions, and conditions set forth in this Agreement.
B.
Exhibits. Exhibit A is attached hereto and, by this reference, incorporated in and
made a part of this Agreement. In the event of a conflict between Exhibit A and the text of this
Agreement, the text of this Agreement controls.
C.
No Third Party Beneficiaries. No claim as a third party beneficiary under this
Agreement by any person will be made, or be valid, against the City or the Licensee.
[SIGNATURE PAGE FOLLOWS]
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be
executed, effective as of the date first written above.
ATTEST:
CITY OF DES PLAINES
an Illinois home rule municipal corporation
By:
Gloria J. Ludwig, City Clerk
Michael A. Bartholomew
Its: City Manager
O’HARE REAL ESTATE, LLC, an Illinois
limited liability company
By:
Rehan Zaid, Manager
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
STATE OF ILLINOIS )
) SS.
COUNTY OF COOK )
I,
, a Notary Public, in and for the County and State aforesaid, DO
HEREBY CERTIFY that Michael A. Bartholomew, the City Manager of the CITY OF DES
PLAINES, an Illinois home rule municipal corporation, and Gloria J. Ludwig, the City Clerk of
said corporation, who are personally known to me to be the same persons whose names are
subscribed to the foregoing instrument, appeared before me this day in person and
acknowledged to me that they, being thereunto duly authorized, signed and delivered said
instrument as their own free and voluntary acts, for the uses and purposes set forth therein.
GIVEN under my hand and notarial seal this ___ day of ________, 2016.
Notary Public
My Commission expires
STATE OF ILLINOIS )
COUNTY OF __________
) SS.
)
I,
, a Notary Public, in and for the County and State aforesaid, DO
HEREBY CERTIFY that Rehan Zaid, a Manager of O’HARE REAL ESTATE, LLC, an Illinois
limited liability company who is personally known to me to be the same person whose name are
is subscribed to the foregoing instrument, appeared before me this day in person and
acknowledged to me that he, being thereunto duly authorized, signed and delivered said
instrument as his own free and voluntary act, for the uses and purposes set forth therein.
GIVEN under my hand and notarial seal this ___ day of June, 2016.
Notary Public
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EXHIBIT A
DESCRIPTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTIGATION
AND SOIL REMEDIATION WORK
Proposed Comprehensive Site Investigation
EGSL proposes to reenroll the site to IEPA, SRP program and perform additional investigation
in accordance with the IEPA Bureau of Land, Site Remediation Program (SRP), 35 Ill. Adm.
Code 740 and 742 and will follow the strictest quality control measures in accordance with SW846 methodology, and EPA 40 CFR 761.61 (A).
The following sections describe the tasks that will be performed to complete the additional onsite hydrogeological investigation to define the source and on-site extent of contamination in
order to develop and comply with the Remediation Objectives (ROs) in accordance with Code
742, Tiered Approach to Corrective Action Objectives (TACO), Tier I, for Commercial
Properties.
SUBSURFACE INVESTIGATION
1.1 Soil Boring Completion
For the soil borings, EGSL will utilize a 6610DT Track Mounted Geo-Probe® equipped with a
hydraulic hammer to advance soil samplers. The Geo-Probe soil samples will be continuously
collected with 5-foot by 2.25-inch barrels containing acetate liners. Soil borings will be located
in a grid across the site.
Up to Three (3) of the soil borings will be converted into 2.0-inch diameter monitoring wells.
EGSL will utilize either a 6610DT Track Mounted Geoprobe® with swing-out auger attachment
(depending on accessibility) to install the groundwater monitoring wells. Final monitoring well
configuration will be determined after the soil samples have been analyzed.
All soil samples will be split with one portion to be placed into sealed plastic bags for headspace
analysis of volatile organic vapors and the other portion will be placed in laboratory supplied
containers for potential analysis. The bag samples will be allowed to volatilize for field testing
with a Flame Ionization Detector (FID) / Photo-Ionization Detector (PID). The FID/PID is used to
screen each soil sample from each boring location for relative concentrations of volatile organic
compounds (VOCs) and does not provide separation of the contaminants into individual
constituents. The utilization of this field-screening device will provide immediate on-site data for
use in the assessment of the Site. The sample with the highest PID concentration and/or the
sample from the vadose zone directly above the groundwater table or the sample collected from
the Ingestion and/or Inhalation exposure routes from each of the soil borings will be selected for
laboratory analysis of the TCL. In addition, up to Ten (10) additional samples will be collected
for TCL analysis in order to determine the vertical extent of potential soil contamination at the
site. Also, as many as Ten (10) to twelve (12) soil samples for site-specific COCs may be
submitted for migration pathway analysis along utility corridors depending upon the
requirements of the IEPA project manager that is assigned to the project.
The soil samples targeted for laboratory analysis of VOCs will be collected in new, prepreserved laboratory supplied, 40-ml glass vials in accordance with Method 5035.
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The SVOC, PCB/Pesticide, and Inorganic samples will be packed into 4-ounce jars. The
samples will be stored on ice during soil sample collection activities and while being transported
to the laboratory. Standard Chain-of-Custody procedures will be maintained to track the
samples. Several field and lab blanks will have to be analyzed for quality control purposes.
1.2 Monitoring Well Installation
Upon completion of the soil borings, a determination will be made as to where monitoring wells
will be installed. Approximately Three (3) monitoring wells will be installed to a depth of
approximately twenty (20) to thirty (30) feet ft bgs. Installation will consist of placing 1.5-inch or
2.0-inch ID monitoring wells through 3.5 inch Geoprobe® casing or 4.25-inch Hollow Stem
Augers (equipped with a track-mounted rig). The wells will be constructed of a 10-foot section
of 0.010-inch slotted, Schedule 40 PVC screen with plug, PVC riser, and a lockable cap. After
each screen and riser assembly have been placed to the specified depths, clean, coarse
graded, silica filter sand will be placed into the borehole annulus to two feet above the screened
section. A two-foot seal consisting of hydrated bentonite pellets will be placed in the annulus
above the sand pack. Cement/bentonite grout or bentonite chips will then be placed in the
remaining annulus, followed by the in place grouting of a flush mounted or stick-up protective
cover.
1.3 Monitoring Well Elevation Survey & Well Development
Upon completion of monitoring well installation, elevations of the top of each well casing will be
measured and tied into the existing monitoring well network.
After a minimum of 48 hours upon installation completion, water level measurements will then
be collected from all of the on-site wells using an electronic water level indicator and recorded
on field logs. Water levels will be collected from the new and existing wells. The water level
indicator will be decontaminated between monitoring wells. Next, each on-site well will be
developed by removing a minimum of three well volumes or until the well runs dry, whichever
comes first. If the wells are purged dry, then they will be allowed to recharge prior to the
collection of groundwater samples. Disposable latex gloves will be worn between well
development intervals to prevent cross contamination.
Well development will be accomplished either using dedicated disposable polyethylene bailers
at each location. The bailers will be raised and lowered using a length of dedicated
polypropylene rope. The development water will be collected and stored on-site in 55-gallon
drums pending analysis for proper disposal.
1.4 Monitoring Well Sampling
After the completion of well development in the new wells, groundwater samples will be
collected using a new dedicated disposable polyethylene bailer at each location. Each
groundwater sample will then be transferred to the appropriate glass vials and containers for the
analysis of the site-specific COCs. The ground-water samples will be kept in iced coolers and
sent to the laboratory for analysis. Proper chain-of-custody procedures will be followed.
Disposable latex gloves will be worn and changed between sampling intervals to prevent cross
contamination.
1.5 Hydraulic Conductivity Testing
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Additional in-situ hydraulic conductivity tests (slug tests) will be conducted at selected
monitoring wells. Slug tests are a method of obtaining approximate values for the hydraulic
conductivity of the water-bearing materials in the vicinity of each respective well screen. The
field procedure will likely consist of displacing a volume of water in the well with a solid PVC
“slug” (of known volume) and recording the change in water level as it recovers to static
hydraulic conditions over time. The data will then be inputted into a computer program
(Aqtesolv®) that will calculate the hydraulic conductivity at each well tested.
1.6 Soil Gas Vapor Intrusion
35 Illinois administrative code 742.120 addresses the steps for sampling and ultimately building
controls for managing this pathway exclusion.
EGSL will use Soil gas sampling-PRT system provided by Geoprobe, following ASTM Guideline
D5314. Soil gas is simply the gas phase that exists in the open spaces between the soil
particles in the unsaturated portion of the subsurface. Soil gas is normally compromised of
Nitrogen and Oxygen like above ground air it is in equilibrium with. However, when VOCs have
been released in the subsurface due to spills or leaks they will begin to evaporate from the liquid
phase and become a part of soil gas. Over time the VOCs can migrate through the soil and/ or
groundwater and present a potential hazard to human health or the environment. Intrusion of
the volatile contaminants vapors into an occupied building can lead to exposure to potentially
harmful contaminants.
1.7 Decontamination
Cross-contamination during soil sampling and monitoring well installation will be minimized by
using a high pressure steam cleaner to decontaminate the augers and drill rods between each
boring and associated monitoring well installation. Also, other sampling equipment and
measurement tools will be hand washed with an Alconox detergent wash and double rinsed with
distilled water between soil sample intervals.
1.8 Chain-of-Custody
A chain of custody form will be completed and signed by all parties obtaining, transporting and
accepting of the soil and groundwater samples at the laboratory. The jars will be properly
labeled with sample I.D., date, time, sample location, sampler, and analysis and will directly
correspond to the chain of custody form.
1.9 QC Samples
Quality control (QC) samples will be used to monitor sampling and laboratory performance. The
types of QC samples that will be included in this investigation are 1) duplicates; 2) equipment
rinsate blanks; and 3) field blanks. Field duplicate samples will be analyzed to check for
sampling and analytical reproducibility. A field duplicate will be collected for every ten soil and
groundwater samples. Field duplicates are distinct samples, with unique sample identifiers.
Duplicate samples are collected by placing an equal volume of soil and/or water into each
container. Duplicate samples will be analyzed for the same suite of analytical parameters.
Matrix spike/matrix spike duplicate samples provide information about the effect of the sample
matrix on the digestion and measurement methodology. All matrix spikes are performed in
duplicate and are hereinafter referred to as MS/MSD samples.
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Equipment (rinsate) blanks are collected to assess the decontamination procedures used during
sample collection. The sample is prepared by pouring organic-free water into the sampling
device (which has been decontaminated and is ready for sampling) and then into the sampling
container(s). Two equipment blanks will be incorporated into the sampling program and will be
analyzed for the same suite of constituents as the groundwater.
Field blanks will be prepared in the field by filling clean sample containers with distilled water
and preserving them in the same manner as the environmental samples. Field blanks will be
stored and handled in the same manner as the environmental samples to check for
contaminants introduced to the samples by the atmosphere in the sample collection area,
sample containers and preservatives. Field blanks also provide a check on the ability of the
sample container to prevent outside contaminants from entering the sample. Field blanks will
be prepared at the rate of one per twenty environmental samples and will be analyzed for all
entire suites of analytical parameters.
Trip and equipment blanks will be incorporated into this field investigation. A trip blank is a
sample composed of organic-free water (prepared by the laboratory), which is filled in the
laboratory and travels unopened with the sample bottles. It is analyzed along with the field
samples for VOCs.
Analysis of trip blanks determines whether samples have been
contaminated by VOCs as a result of handling in the field, during shipment, or in the laboratory.
One trip blank will accompany each day's shipment of water samples to the laboratory for VOC
analysis.
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EXHIBIT B
A.
Workers’ Compensation and Employer’s Liability
Limits shall not be less than:
Worker’s Compensation: Statutory
Employer’s Liability: $500,000 each accident-injury; $500,000 each employeedisease; $500,000 disease-policy.
Such insurance shall evidence that coverage applies to the State of Illinois and
provide a waiver of subrogation in favor of City.
B.
Commercial Motor Vehicle Liability
Limits for vehicles owned, non-owned or rented shall not be less than:
$1,000,000 Bodily Injury and Property Damage Combined Single Limit
C.
Commercial General Liability
Limits shall not be less than:
$1,000,000 Bodily Injury and Property Damage Combined Single Limit.
Coverage is to be written on an “occurrence” basis.
Coverage to include:
Premises Operations
Products/Completed Operations
Independent Contractors
Personal Injury (with Employment Exclusion deleted)
Broad Form Property Damage Endorsement
“X,” “C,” and “U”
Contractual Liability
Contractual Liability coverage shall specifically include the indemnification set
forth below.
D.
Umbrella Liability
Limits shall not be less than:
$2,000,000 Bodily Injury and Property Damage Combined Single Limit.
This Coverage shall apply in excess of the limits stated in A, B and C, above.
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PASSED this _____ day of ____________, 2016.
APPROVED this _____ day of _____________, 2016.
VOTE: AYES _____ NAYS _____ ABSENT _____
MAYOR
ATTEST:
Approved as to form:
CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
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CONSENT AGENDA #9.
CONSENT AGENDA #10.
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE #1A.
FINANCE DEPARTMENT
1420 Miner Street
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5300
desplaines.org
MEMORANDUM
Date:
June 8, 2016
To:
Michael G. Bartholomew, City Manager
From:
Dorothy Wisniewski, Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance
Subject:
Resolution R-98-16, June 20, 2016 Warrant Register
Recommendation:
I recommend that the City Council approve the June 20, 2016 Warrant Register
Resolution R-98-16.
Warrant Register……………………………$3,804,579.09
Estimated General Fund Balance
Balance as of 04/30/2016:
$16,170,775
Please use caution when evaluating this number as
revenues fluctuate dramatically from month to month
due to delays in receiving sales tax revenue from the
State and 1st & 2nd installments of property tax revenue.
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CITY OF DES PLAINES
RESOLUTION
R-98-16
Be it resolved by the City Council of the
City of Des Plaines that the following bills are
due and payable and that the Mayor and
City Clerk be and are hereby authorized
to make payment for same.
June 20, 2016
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City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
1
2
00
Account
3
00
4210
4
00
4300
Vehicle Licenses
6156 May, Darlene
Refund 05/16/16
5
00
4300
Vehicle Licenses
6157 Schembari, Barbara
Refund 05/16/16
6
00
4300
Vehicle Licenses
6158 Fichtner, James M
Refund 05/19/16
7
00
4300
Vehicle Licenses
6159 Gasiorowska, Ewa
Refund 05/19/16
8
00
4300
Vehicle Licenses
6160 Cole, Willie
Refund 05/26/16
9
00
4300
Vehicle Licenses
3188 Reed, Albert
Refund 05/19/16
10
00
4400
Building Permits
6151 Lopez, Andres
2016-03000254
11
00
4400
Building Permits
6152 ServiceMaster Clean
2016-05000163
12
00
4400
Building Permits
6155 Quiniff, Marquerite
2016-05000049
13
00
4400
Building Permits
6139 Basil, Ronald & Joyce
2016-04000257
14
00
4400
Building Permits
6140 Erfe, Jose
2016-05000112
15
00
4400
Building Permits
2016-04000236
16
00
4500
P0228228
17
00
4630
1459 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois
15-0042475A
18
00
4635
Court costs, Fees &
Charges
Resident Ambulance
Fees
Zoning & Subdivision
Fees
4802 Rick's Sewer & Drainage
Incorporated
6149 Allstate Insurance Company
6153 Chiba, Tony
Refund 05/24/16
19
Total 00 - Non Departmental
20
21
10
5310
Membership Dues
22
10
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
23
10
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
24
10
6100
Publication of Notices
1069 Paddock Publications Inc
T4438803
25
10
6100
Publication of Notices
1069 Paddock Publications Inc
T4439915
26
10
6100
Publication of Notices
1069 Paddock Publications Inc
T4441360
27
Total 10 - Elected Office
4160
Vendor
Invoice
Invoice Desc
Fund: 100 - General Fund
Real Estate Transfer Tax 6164 Hibbert, Carlton & Judy
Refund 06/07/201 Real Estate Transfer Tax Refund
06/07/2016
Personal Property
4999 Des Plaines Public Library
2nd Qtr 2016
Personal Property Replacement
Replacement Tax
Tax Allocation for 2nd Qtr 2016
Vehicle Sticker Refund
05/16/2016
Vehicle Sticker Refund
05/16/2016
Vehicle Sticker Refund
05/19/2016
Vehicle Sticker Refund
05/19/2016
Vehicle Sticker Refund
05/26/2016
Vehicle Sticker Refund
05/19/2016
Sewer Permit Refund Issued
03/30/2016
Cancelled Building Permit
Issued 05/13/2016
Sewer Permit Refund Issued
05/04/2016
Sewer Permit Refund
04/25/2016
Sewer Permit Refund Issued
05/10/2016
Sewer Permit Refund Issued
04/22/2016
Overpayment for Parking Ticket
5/19/16
Medical Reimbursement for
DOS 10/24/2015
Text Amendment Refund
Applicant Withdrawal
5/24/2016
Amount
560.00
23,247.00
25.00
5.00
50.00
5.00
75.00
25.00
300.00
297.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
300.00
1.00
122.80
220.00
26,132.80
Elected Office
1268 Northwest Municipal Conference
9994
FY 2016-2017 Annual
Membership Dues
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Legal Notice - 04/22/2016
Renovations 2nd Floor Police
Dept
Legal Notice - 05/04/2016
Barracuda Backup Server
Legal Notice - 05/19/2016 Two
Ford F550 Trucks
25,528.00
631.89
60.77
51.30
45.90
35.10
26,352.96
Page 3 of 23
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
28
29
20
Account
Vendor
6009
Legal Fees - Admin
Hearings/Prosecutions
30
20
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
31
20
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
32
20
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
33
20
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
34
20
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
35
20
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
36
20
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
37
20
6108
6100 Town Square Publications LLC
022 DES-IL-CW-16
38
20
6110
Public Relations &
Communications
Printing Services
1119 Chicago Office Technology Group
Inc
IN488844
39
20
6120
Recording Fees
1139 Cook County of Illinois
2904302016
40
20
6535
Subsidy - Youth
Commission
1514 Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc
1073
41
20
6550
Subsidy - Senior Citizen
Cab Service
4332 Horizon Dispatch Services Inc
1319
42
20
7500
Postage & Parcel
1041 Federal Express
5-428-09253
43
Total 20 - City Administration
44
45
30
6000
Professional Services
1200 Speer Financial Inc
d4/16-5
2016 Continuing Disclosure for
General Obligation Bonds
747.50
46
30
6000
Professional Services
2943 Crowe Horwath LLP
707-2025202
9,725.00
47
30
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
48
30
6025
Administrative Services
1172 Third Millennium Associates Inc
19386
49
30
7000
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
842164835001
Auditing Services for Tax Year
2015 (Yr 5 of 5) Thru
05/24/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
2016 Vehicle License Software
& Services
2 Cases of Copy Paper, 6
Binders, 1 Pk of Batteries, Etc.
50
30
7320
Equipment < $5,000
1066 Office Depot
840625348001
1 Printing Calculator
75.98
51
30
7500
Postage & Parcel
1041 Federal Express
5-428-09253
Delivery Services 05/0505/13/2016
87.26
52
Total 30 - Finance
1073 Bartel, Raymond
Invoice
City Administration
16-10
Invoice Desc
Amount
Legal Services 05/1905/31/2016
1,097.50
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Ad for 2016 Chamber Guide
Published 05/31/2016
Copy Charges for City Copiers
04/22/2016 - 05/21/2016
928.16
Recording Fees - Liens on 04/05
& 04/08/2016
5,000 Bracelets for Youth
Commission's "Pay It Forward"
Program
Subsidized Taxi Voucher
Program March and April 2016
M-12-11
Delivery Services 05/0505/13/2016
120.00
398.21
114.05
76.02
228.06
60.77
60.77
742.00
65.44
788.75
15.00
72.14
4,766.87
Finance
185.53
15,446.85
144.69
26,412.81
Page 4 of 23
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
53
54
40
Account
Vendor
Invoice
Community Development
1452 IACE - IL Association of Code
07/13/2016
Enforcement
5325
Training
55
40
6000
Professional Services
3309 Elevator Inspection Services Inc
60128
56
40
6000
Professional Services
3309 Elevator Inspection Services Inc
60129
57
40
6000
Professional Services
3309 Elevator Inspection Services Inc
60515
58
40
6000
Professional Services
3309 Elevator Inspection Services Inc
60514
59
40
6000
Professional Services
5215 CoStar Realty Information Inc
103777002
60
40
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
61
40
6110
Printing Services
1233 Presstech Inc
38411
62
40
6110
Printing Services
1233 Presstech Inc
38411
63
40
6195
4070 Cerabona, Gale M
53
64
40
6601
6015 MBV Properties LLC - 6 N River
BAP 05/27/2016
65
40
7000
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Subsidy - Business
Assistance
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
840454776001
66
40
7000
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
841439130001
67
68
40
40
7000
7000
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
1066 Office Depot
842125132001
842125197001
69
40
7000
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
841439130001
70
Total 40 - Community Development
71
72
50
5310
73
50
6015
Public Works & Engineering
1497 IPWMAN - IL Public Works Mutual 2019
Aid Network
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
74
50
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
75
50
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
76
50
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
77
50
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
78
50
6040
Waste Hauling & Debris
Removal
909620
Invoice Desc
Amount
IACE Training for 3 Property
Maintenance Inspectors
7/13/2016
1 Elevator Inspection
05/09/2016
2 Elevator Inspections
05/11/2016
Elevator Permit Plan Review
05/13/2016
Elevator Permit Plan Review
05/31/2016
Available Commercial Space
Database June 2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
2K #10 Window Envelopes & 1K
#10 Regular Envelopes
05/24/2016
2K #10 Window Envelopes & 1K
#10 Regular Envelopes
05/24/2016
Planning and Zoning Board
Meeting Minutes 5/24/2016
Business Assistance Grant
Facade Program 05/27/2016
Label Maker, Post-Its, Whiteout
Tape and Pens
Copy Paper, Keyboard Dusters,
Pens, Folders, Clips, Staples
Copy Paper and Sharpies
50 Rolls of Credit Card Thermal
Paper
Copy Paper, Keyboard Dusters,
Pens, Folders, Clips, Staples
105.00
75.00
150.00
40.00
40.00
334.40
524.17
253.00
253.00
131.25
8,670.42
78.72
44.39
40.08
95.39
44.38
10,879.20
Membership Dues
2214 Liberty Tire Recycling
2016 Annual Membership Public Works Dept
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
110 Scrap Tires Removal 05/13/2016
Page 5 of 23
250.00
134.04
158.33
417.88
434.51
110.93
308.39
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
79
50
80
50
Account
6040
Waste Hauling & Debris
Removal
6135
Rentals - Uniforms
Vendor
5763 Excel Environmental Inc
Invoice
406036
1029 Cintas #22
022312906
81
50
6135
Rentals - Uniforms
1029 Cintas #22
022316008
82
50
6135
Rentals - Uniforms
1029 Cintas #22
022319052
83
50
6145
Custodial Services
5343 ABC Commercial Inc
2016-05-15
84
50
6175
Tree Plantings
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
T1-10152357
1 Parkway Tree Replacement,
Exchange 05/23/2016
85
50
6175
Tree Plantings
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
T1-10152340
86
50
6175
Tree Plantings
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
S1-10020219-02
87
50
6175
Tree Plantings
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
S1-10020216-01
88
50
6175
Tree Plantings
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
S1-10020219-01
89
50
6195
1029 Cintas #22
022313872
90
50
6195
1029 Cintas #22
022316979
91
50
6195
1019 Anderson Pest Solutions
3841631
92
50
6195
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
2 Parkway Replacement Trees
05/23/2016
8 Replacement Trees Ellinwood from River to Pearson
05/24/2016
3 Replacement Trees for
Ellinwood, River to Pearson
05/25/2016
2 Replacement Trees for
Ellinwood, River to Pearson
05/25/2016
Mat Rental - City Hall /Metra
Station 05/17/2016
Mat Rental - City Hall 05/24/2016
Pest Control - PW June 2016
3573 Lorusso Cement Contractors Inc
Ph2-P10 FINAL
93
50
6305
R&M Equipment
22153
94
50
6305
R&M Equipment
1203 Standard Industrial & Automotive
Equipment Inc
3751 Bittner's Spray Equipment
95
50
6315
City Hall
5387 Core Mechanical Inc
11846
96
50
6315
City Hall
4583 Argon Electric Company, Inc
8871
97
50
6315
City Hall
1025 Bedco Inc
093403
98
50
6315
City Hall
1019 Anderson Pest Solutions
3816467
99
50
6315
Fire Station #63
1525 Hastings Air-Energy Control Inc
I61688
100
50
6315
Fire Station #63
5387 Core Mechanical Inc
11847
101
50
6315
Fire Station #63
5387 Core Mechanical Inc
11845
68614
Invoice Desc
Removal of Contaminated and
Waste Oil - 05/19/216
Fleet Mechanic Uniform Rental 05/16/2016
Fleet Mechanic Uniform Rental 05/23/2016
Fleet Mechanic Uniform Rental 05/30/2016
Custodial Services - May 2016
R-143-14 Downtown
Streetscape Ph 2 09/0212/21/2015
Inspected Six Vehicle Lifts at PW
on 05/12/2016
Cleaning of Paint Sprayer 05/24/2016
Emergency Service Call - City
Hall - 05/13/2016
Electric Work in Finance 05/25/2016
Chiller Troubleshooting and
Repair at City Hall - 05/24/2016
Amount
190.00
101.01
103.26
103.26
4,424.70
70.00
391.00
1,995.00
812.25
570.00
275.10
159.29
56.50
2,923.20
695.00
52.50
947.00
1,217.00
480.00
Pest Control at City Hall 05/04/2016
Service Call for Exhaust Hose at
Fire Station 63 on 05/03/2016
185.00
Water Jet at Fire Station #63 05/17/2016
Emergency Service Call - Fire
Station #63 - 05/17/2016
850.00
Page 6 of 23
84.00
675.00
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
102
50
Account
7025
Supplies - Custodial
Vendor
1029 Cintas #22
Invoice
022313874
103
50
7025
Supplies - Custodial
1029 Cintas #22
022316980
104
50
7030
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
2834993
105
50
7030
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
2922110
Worm Drive Saw
106
50
7030
1057 Menard Incorporated
76545
Watering Can
24.99
107
50
7030
1057 Menard Incorporated
76547
Caution Tape and Wire Brush
81.16
108
50
7035
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
1592055
Paint Machine Filter and Plastic
12.95
109
50
7035
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
0281549
50
7035
1346 Lorchem Technologies Inc
60817
111
50
7040
112
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1526 Global Emergency Products Inc
AG49822
Returned Paint Machine Filter
and Plastic
Pressure Washer Wand & Pump
Oil - #5PW1
3 Micro Dash Self Contained
Preemption Units - PW
5075/5089/5083
2 Pressure Switches, Low Oil
Probe, Relay Switch - Fire 7801
(12.95)
110
Supplies - Tools &
Hardware
Supplies - Tools &
Hardware
Supplies - Tools &
Hardware
Supplies - Tools &
Hardware
Supplies - Equipment
R&M
Supplies - Equipment
R&M
Supplies - Equipment
R&M
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
Invoice Desc
Paper Towels, Toilet Paper,
Hand Soap, Air Fresheners,
Cleaners
Paper Towels, Toilet Paper,
Floor Cleaner, Hand Soap
7 1/4" Circular Saw
113
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1451 Autozone
2571793178A
114
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1673 Chicago Parts & Sound LLC
759988
115
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1673 Chicago Parts & Sound LLC
761330
116
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1643 Golf Mill Ford
397754P
117
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1564 EJ Equipment Inc
P01918
118
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1053 Kimball Midwest
4930782
119
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-998701
2 Gauges - Fire 7601
30.98
120
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013043
Serpentine Belt, Belt Tensioner,
Idler Pulley - Police 6005
81.87
121
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013762
2 Air Filters - Police 6916
31.18
122
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1014230
53.88
123
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013576
12 Quarts Transmission Fluid Police 6909
Battery - Fire 7703
124
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1012195
LED Bulb - Fire 7400
21.99
125
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1012333
Sway Bar/Link Kit - EMA 6507
126
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1012334
Transmission Line Connection Police 6507
1354 MPC Communications & Lighting Inc 16-1149
Amount
274.60
177.42
208.54
169.00
Diesel Fuel Treatment - Fire
#7704, 7705
Fuel Tank and 3 Tank Straps Fire 7701
4 Brakes, 4 Rotors, 2 Air and 4
Fuel Filters - Police Stock
Seat Belt Assembly - Police
6005
Pick up Head Assembly For
Sweeper - PW #141
Electrical Tape, Lock Washers,
Hex Nuts, Clevis Pins Misc - PW
Page 7 of 23
134.85
645.00
561.53
27.28
1,898.83
459.46
164.98
5,173.07
257.21
28.00
5.89
23.09
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
127
50
Account
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
Vendor
1054 Lee Auto Parts
Invoice
408-1012381
Invoice Desc
Hi Power Belt - PW 5056
Amount
6.79
128
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1012540
Radiator Cap - Fire 7603
7.18
129
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1012542
130
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013312
Transmission Line Connector EMA 6507
Fuel Line Hose - PW 5056
131
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013384
Wire - PW 5056
132
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013553
Clutch Cycling - IT 2004
133
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013841
Serpentine Belt, 2 Convex
Mirrors - Water 9015 / PW 5010
134
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1078 Acme Truck Brake & Supply Co
1261450090
135
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1116 Certified Fleet Services Inc
2313358
136
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1154 West Side Tractor Sales
W44885
10 Nylon Air Line Tubing - PW
5042
2 Dozen Aerosol Cans of Klaw
Lubricant - Stock
Control Pad for Tractor 5005
137
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1154 West Side Tractor Sales
W45038
138
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
5823 Interstate Power Systems Inc
C042007569:01
139
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
5823 Interstate Power Systems Inc
C042007312:01
140
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
5638 Castle Chevrolet North
105220
141
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
4328 Batteries Plus Bulbs
142
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
143
50
7040
144
50
145
23.09
21.80
9.11
16.19
4.00
16.80
340.99
75.66
ACS Cylinder, Lock Pins - PW
5027
6 Fuel, 6 Oil, 6 Coolant FiltersStock Speed Sensors- Fire 7603
1,084.16
(60.00)
490-102792-01
Return Core Intake Throttle
Valve- Fire 7603
A/C Hose and Accumulator - IT
2004
(3) 12V Batteries - Police Stock
4680 McAllister Equipment Company
VP20283
Ball Valve - PW 5066
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
4280 Rush Truck Centers of Illinois Inc
3002662905
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
3518 O'Reilly Auto Parts
2479-267895
50
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
3518 O'Reilly Auto Parts
2479-267948
2 Light Signals, 2 Harnesses PW 5082
Tire Shine and Cleaner - PW
5089
Transmission Line - EMA 6507
146
50
7045
Supplies - Building R&M 1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
2901787
500 Lb Bag of Concrete
147
50
7045
Supplies - Building R&M 1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
5243455
(72.60)
148
149
150
50
50
50
7045
7045
7045
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
1057 Menard Incorporated
1018 Anderson Lock Company LTD
5969 Security Equipment Supply Inc
76012
0910976
722317
Returned 500 Lb Bag of
Concrete
Roller for Doors at City Hall
Electric Strike - City Hall
Returned Door Parts - City Hall
151
50
7045
City Hall
5969 Security Equipment Supply Inc
721434
2,402.30
152
50
7045
City Hall
5969 Security Equipment Supply Inc
721440
153
154
50
50
7045
7045
City Hall
City Hall
5969 Security Equipment Supply Inc
5969 Security Equipment Supply Inc
721924
724099
Electric Door Strike Supplies City Hall
Electric Door Strike Supplies City Hall
Door Parts - City Hall
Returned Door Parts - City Hall
Page 8 of 23
1,113.87
226.46
257.70
92.26
131.36
9.98
20.68
72.60
7.99
346.49
(30.00)
660.00
58.00
(102.00)
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line #
155
156
157
Org
50
50
50
Account
7045
City Hall
7045
Public Works
7045
Public Works
Vendor
5969 Security Equipment Supply Inc
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
Invoice
724149
2065357
7652664
158
50
7045
Public Works
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
1052262
159
50
7045
Public Works
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
6021497
160
161
50
50
7045
7045
Public Works
Public Works
1057 Menard Incorporated
1057 Menard Incorporated
76582
76213
162
163
164
50
50
50
7045
7045
7045
Public Works
Public Works
Fire Station #61
2028 Northwest Electrical Supply
2313 City Electric Supply (CES)
2028 Northwest Electrical Supply
17267097
DEP/032690
17266798
165
166
50
50
7045
7045
Fire Station #61
Fire Station #61
1392 Geiser-Berner Plumbing Service Inc 0022068
1392 Geiser-Berner Plumbing Service Inc 0022055
167
168
50
50
7050
7050
Supplies - Streetscape
Supplies - Streetscape
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
T1-10149874
T1-10152556
169
50
7050
Supplies - Streetscape
1057 Menard Incorporated
76593
170
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
58231MB
171
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
58096MB
172
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
58195MB
173
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57035MB
174
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57834MB
175
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57925MB
176
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57971MB
177
50
7055
Supplies - Street R&M
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57996MB
178
179
50
50
7055
7055
Street Light Supplies
Street Sign Supplies
2313 City Electric Supply (CES)
1732 Traffic Control & Protection Inc
DEP/032619
86618
180
50
7055
Other Supplies
1057 Menard Incorporated
76755
181
182
50
50
7055
7120
Other Supplies
Gasoline
1047 Home Depot Credit Svcs
1417 Petroleum Traders Corp
4056952
1015523
183
50
7130
Diesel
1417 Petroleum Traders Corp
1015522
Invoice Desc
Electric Door Parts - City Hall
Paint Supplies
Air Conditioning Unit & Supplies
- PW Mezzanine
HD Stretch for 3 Televisions PW
Drain Cleaner, Versabond
Adhesive & 4 Rolls InsulationPW
Caulk Gun and 3 Tubes Caulk
2 Gals Paint - Public Works
Improvements
24 Light Bulbs
15 Light Bulb - PW
Receptacles & Wire - Fire
Station #61
Valve Stem - Fire Station #61
Faucet Parts - Fire Station #61
Fire Station #61 Grass Seed
2 Yards Black Dirt for Parkway
Restorations
Screw Eyes for Flag Poles
Downtown
2.13 Tons of Asphalt - Misc
Potholes - 05/26/2016
2.04 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/20/2016
91.6 Tons of Asphalt - Wolf
Road, Yale and 7th 05/25/2016
3.1 Tons Asphalt for Potholes
03/07/2016
10.36 Tons Asphalt - Main
Break Restorations 05/10/2016
2.48 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/13/2016
2.02 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/17/2016
2.98 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/17/2016
12 Street Light Bulbs
Stop Sign - Bike Trail at Central
& Oakton College
Spring Water, Closet Rod, 4
Propane Tank Exchange - Misc
Storage Bin for Stage Clips
6001 Gallons of Gasoline
Purchase - Delivered
05/26/2016
2000 Gallons of Diesel Fuel
Purchase - Delivered on
05/26/2016
Page 9 of 23
Amount
644.95
230.54
842.17
107.91
209.53
14.97
9.96
584.73
2,235.00
173.85
74.00
19.96
7.19
53.80
1.98
54.69
52.39
2,352.22
238.91
266.04
63.68
51.87
76.53
147.84
37.25
83.07
54.00
9,366.39
3,531.96
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
184
50
Account
7140
Electricity
Vendor
1033 ComEd
185
50
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
186
50
7320
Equipment < $5,000
1552 Verizon Wireless
187
50
7320
Equipment < $5,000
5917 Ferguson Enterprises Inc
188
189
50
7320
Equipment < $5,000
Total 50 - Public Works & Engineering
190
191
60
5325
Training
Police Department
1627 IL Homicide Investigators Assoc
Copy Fee 6/1/16
192
60
5325
Training
5352 Village of Palatine
ICFC 2016
193
60
5325
Training
6122 Indiana, State of
MU008-16
194
60
5325
Training
1261 Northeast Multiregional Training
207528
195
60
5325
Training
4178 Force Science Institute Ltd
RD 5/23-5/27/16
Force Science Certification Class
05/23-05/27/2016 -Patrol Sgt
196
60
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
197
60
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
198
60
6015
199
60
6015
Communication Services 1265 NIPAS Northern Illinois Police Alarm 11006
Sys
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Language Line April 2016
200
60
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
201
202
60
60
6110
6110
Printing Services
Printing Services
1233 Presstech Inc
2345 PF Pettibone & Co
38374
70055
203
60
6185
Animal Control
2950 When Nature Calls
8107
204
60
6195
1077 Shred-It USA LLC
9410675649
205
60
6195
1077 Shred-It USA LLC
9410775456
206
60
6195
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
1077 Shred-It USA LLC
9410807349
207
60
6195
1077 Shred-It USA LLC
9410807350
208
60
6195
209
60
6195
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
1062 NAPA of Des Plaines
1572 LexisNexis Risk Solutions
1517 Trans Union LLC
Invoice
Invoice Desc
4974507003-05/16 Electricity Service 04/0805/09/2016
0459113083-05/16 Electricity Service 04/1405/13/2016
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
0804011
Split System for Mechanic
Foreman Office
605680
Top Side Creeper - Shop
Copies of 2012-2015 Homicide
Investigator LHI Cert DocDetective
Illinois Crime Free Conference
10/19-10/21/2016 - 2 Ofcrs
Training Site Fee For TRT Week
April 25-29, 2016
Breath Alcohol Testing Class
05/02-05/03/2016 - Patrol Sgt
Amount
318.26
8,230.10
37.49
587.00
254.00
67,464.04
40.00
150.00
601.00
100.00
1,500.00
252.35
505.10
276.40
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
1 Box Business Cards
Printed 600 Pedestrian Stop &
Frisk Forms 05/24/2016
Nuisance Animal Control Pick
Ups for April 2016
Shredding Service Police May
13, 2016
Shredding Service Police May
20, 2016
Delivery and Install of New
Shred-It Container 05/24/2016
1,477.24
Removal of Damaged Shred-It
Container 05/24/2016
1037713-20160430 Investigations Database April
2016
05656592
Investigations Database 04/2605/25/2016
75.00
Page 10 of 23
1,118.74
20.00
280.45
1,200.00
137.39
137.39
75.00
394.65
86.03
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
210
60
Account
6345
R&M Police Range
Vendor
2066 Sarge's Range Service Inc
Invoice
SRS-236
211
60
7000
Office Supplies
1233 Presstech Inc
38373
212
60
7000
Office Supplies
1389 Garvey's Office Products Inc
PINV1157460
213
60
7000
Office Supplies
1389 Garvey's Office Products Inc
PINV1155944
214
60
7000
Office Supplies
1389 Garvey's Office Products Inc
PINV1154989
215
216
217
218
60
60
60
60
7200
7200
7200
7200
Other Supplies
Other Supplies
Other Supplies
Other Supplies
1643 Golf Mill Ford
1018 Anderson Lock Company LTD
3257 Taser International
1389 Garvey's Office Products Inc
398024P
0910959
SI1438649
PINV1155944
219
220
60
60
7200
7300
Other Supplies
Uniforms
1580 Mighty Mites
1117 Chicago Badge & Insignia Co
6180
14233
221
60
7310
Publications
1572 LexisNexis Risk Solutions
82906041
222
60
7320
Equipment < $5,000
1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
223
60
7525
Meals
1076 Sam's Club Direct
2590
224
Total 60 - Police Department
225
226
65
227
Total 65 - Emergency Management Agency
228
229
70
5310
Membership Dues
Fire Department
4282 Buffalo Grove, Village of
2016-00000009
230
70
5325
Training
5496 Palenik, Ken
Reimb 3/9-3/12
231
70
5325
Training
2417 Orland Fire Protection District
10462
232
70
5325
Training
3792 University of Illinois
UFINU802
233
70
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
234
70
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
235
70
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
236
237
70
70
6110
6195
1233 Presstech Inc
1077 Shred-It USA LLC
38442
9405626679Cr
238
70
6305
Printing Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
R&M Equipment
2501 FireService Management LLC
15336
6015
Invoice Desc
Hepa-Vacuum Range and
Classroom May 11 & 25, 2016
#10 Windowed Envelopes, 1
Box
3 Cases Copy Paper, 2 Pks Note
Paper, 3 Highlighters
10 Boxes Paper Clips, 1 Box
Batteries, Plastic Cups, Forks
10 USB Drives (16GB), 1 Pack
DVD-R's, 1 Box CD Envelopes
Flip Key for Squad #98
2 Squad Keys For Squad K-9
3 DPM Taser Battery Packs
10 Boxes Paper Clips, 1 Box
Batteries, Plastic Cups, Forks
Retirement Plaque-Sgt
6 Patrol Hat Shields (# 510-515
New Ofcs)
IL. Criminal Law Books (4 New
Ofcs)
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Prisoner Meals, 5 Cases Juice, 7
Cases Hot Pockets
Amount
350.00
168.00
170.04
4.00
149.44
119.95
11.40
127.23
83.80
258.50
304.75
194.10
137.48
130.26
10,635.69
Emergency Management Agency
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
337.66
337.66
2016 Annual CPR Fee 01/0112/31/2016
2016 Nat'l Staff & Command
Course-1 B/C 03/0603/12/2016
Blue Card Class-1 Paramedic
05/16-05/18/2016
Fireground Co Officer School-3
Paramedics/1 Engineer
04/25/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
1 Box of Business Cards
Credit for Canceled Invoice
9405626679 from 2015
Repairs & Cleaning of TurnOut
Gear-1 Paramedic 05/20/2016
Page 11 of 23
150.00
264.50
410.00
1,973.00
243.08
173.48
752.08
20.00
(45.58)
173.15
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
239
70
Account
6305
R&M Equipment
Vendor
1519 Sensit Technologies
Invoice
0226548-IN
Invoice Desc
Repairs to Gas Trak SW06770
for E62
Credit for Returned Dividers &
Index Tabs
1 Pkg Laminating Pouches
2 Pkgs Laminating Pouches
4 Cases Insulated Spray & 1
Case Sponges-Sta 61
Towels, Can Liners, Dish Soap,
Sponges, Mops-Sta 63
Bleach, Car Wash, Towels, Can
Liners, Disinfectant, Tissue-Sta 1
240
70
7000
Office Supplies
1644 Warehouse Direct Inc
C3056235-0
241
242
243
70
70
70
7000
7000
7025
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
Supplies - Custodial
1644 Warehouse Direct Inc
1644 Warehouse Direct Inc
1304 HP Products
3079838-1
3079838-0
I2671008
244
70
7025
Supplies - Custodial
1304 HP Products
I2671429
245
70
7025
Supplies - Custodial
1304 HP Products
I2671430
246
70
7035
2054 Breathing Air Systems
1051420-IN
247
70
7200
Supplies - Equipment
R&M
Other Supplies
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
TI-10147845
248
249
70
70
7200
7200
Other Supplies
Other Supplies
3297 Bound Tree Medical LLC
3297 Bound Tree Medical LLC
250
70
7200
Other Supplies
3325 Nistler, Mary
Annual Flat, Mulch, MiracleGro, Hose Connector, Spray
Nozzles-Sta 61
82148876
3 Backpacks for Ambulances
82155306
5 RID Lice Control Spray for
Apparatus
Reimb 05/19/2016 Card Reader for CPR Payments
251
70
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32915
252
253
254
70
70
70
7300
7300
7300
Uniforms
Uniforms
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
255
70
7300
Uniforms
256
70
7300
257
70
258
259
3 Fill Valves for Oxygen Tanks
Amount
766.60
(65.34)
19.82
67.60
218.73
1,050.39
2,277.92
65.85
357.88
234.36
48.95
53.98
89.00
32971
32913
32914
1 Oxford Safety Toe Shoe-1
Paramedic
1 Shorts-1 Lieutenant
1 Shorts-1 Engineer
3 T-Shirts, 1 Shorts-1 Paramedic
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
31419
2 Class A Round Top Dress Hats
214.00
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32086
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32383
70
70
7300
7300
Uniforms
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32530
33043
260
70
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32912
1 L/S T-Shirt, 1 L/S Polo-1
Paramedic
200 Patches Stock Order
05/23/2016
1 T-Shirt-1 Lieutenant
Dress Uniform Items for New
Recruit
1 Shorts, 1 Oxford Safety Toe
Shoe, 3 T-Shirts-1 Paramedic
261
262
70
70
7300
7300
Uniforms
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32841
32837
263
70
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32736
264
70
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32818
265
266
267
268
70
70
70
70
7300
7300
7300
7300
Uniforms
Uniforms
Uniforms
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32838
32839
32840
32732
269
270
70
70
7300
7300
Uniforms
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32733
32734
1 Shorts-1 Paramedic
1 Oxford Safety Toe Shoe, 1
Shorts-1 Paramedic
1 Belt, 1 Oxford Safety Toe Shoe1 Paramedic
1 Oxford Safety Toe Shoe, 1
Shorts-1 Engineer
1 Shorts-1 Paramedic
1 Shorts-1 Paramedic
1 Shorts-1 Lieutenant
1 Oxford Safety Toe Shoe, 1
Shorts-1 Paramedic
1 Shorts-1 Paramedic
1 Shorts-1 Engineer
Page 12 of 23
29.00
29.00
71.00
61.00
550.00
9.00
414.00
145.00
29.00
118.00
115.00
118.00
29.00
29.00
29.00
118.00
29.00
29.00
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
271
70
Account
7300
Uniforms
Vendor
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
Invoice
32735
Invoice Desc
1 Belt, 1 Shorts - 1 Paramedic
Amount
61.00
272
70
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32532
1 Steel Toe Boot-1 Paramedic
159.00
273
70
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32548
56.00
274
70
7300
Uniforms
3212 On Time Embroidery Inc
32731
275
70
7300
Uniforms
1570 Public Safety Center Inc
5672689
276
70
7300
Uniforms
1570 Public Safety Center Inc
5673360
277
70
7320
Equipment < $5,000
2440 DJS Scuba Locker Inc
48282
1 Cargo Pocket Pants- 1
Paramedic
3 T-Shirts, 2 4-Pocket Pants, 1
L/S T-Shirt-1 Engineer
7 Pairs FF Gauntlet Safety
Gloves
17 Paris FF Gauntlet Safety
Gloves
Pellet Weights, Octo Holders,
Regulator Hose for Dive
278
279
70
7320
Equipment < $5,000
Total 70 - Fire Department
1080 Air One Equipment Inc
112790A
6 Metal Handle Nozzles
280
281
90
6030
5,730.66
282
90
6195
283
90
Collection Services for May
2016
Utility Tax Audit for May 2016
(Nicor 41/60)
2 Cases of Copy Paper, 6
Binders, 1 Pk of Batteries, Etc.
284
90
Conference Table & Chairs for
the 2nd Floor Conference Room
6,979.00
285
Total 90 - Overhead
286
Total 100 - General Fund
287
288
00
6145
Custodial Services
Fund: 201 - TIF #1 Downtown Fund
5343 ABC Commercial Inc
2016-05-15
289
00
6150
City Maintenance
5399 Beary Landscape Management
290
00
6195
1029 Cintas #22
291
00
6195
292
00
7140
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Electricity
293
294
00
00
7200
8100
Other Supplies
Improvements
1174 3M Company
1067 Orange Crush
295
00
8100
Improvements
3573 Lorusso Cement Contractors Inc
296
Total 00 - Non Departmental
101,170.70
297
Total 201 - TIF #1 Downtown Fund
101,170.70
Overhead
3640 Andres Medical Billing Ltd
137894
5675 Azavar Audit Solutions
12004
7000
AMB Fee Processing
Services
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
842164835001
8010
Furniture & Fixtures
1604 BOS Business Office Systems Inc
53362
143.00
562.73
1,366.63
311.38
246.35
14,370.54
495.35
20.18
13,225.19
200,577.76
1029 Cintas #22
1033 ComEd
Custodial Services - May 2016
21827
Sod Repair & Restoration
05/09/2016 - Lee & Miner
Streets
022316978
Mat Rental - Metra Station
05/24/2016
022313872
Mat Rental - City Hall /Metra
Station 05/17/2016
6045062008-05/16 Electricity Service 04/1105/06/2016
SS11473
Miner Street Sign Material
2015-C-P8 Final
R-85-15 Contractor 2015 CIP
Street & Utility Improv
05/19/2016
Ph2-P10 FINAL
R-143-14 Downtown
Streetscape Ph 2 09/0212/21/2015
Page 13 of 23
720.30
295.73
44.04
44.04
80.17
1,631.25
1,885.93
96,469.24
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
298
299
00
Account
6000
Vendor
Professional Services
Invoice
Fund: 207 - TIF #7 Mannheim/Higgins South
1123 Christopher B Burke Engineering
129262
LTD
Invoice Desc
Amount
Engr Svcs - Orchard Place
Reconstruction 03/2704/30/2016
5,440.61
300
Total 00 - Non Departmental
5,440.61
301
Total 207 - TIF #7 Mannheim/Higgins South
5,440.61
302
303
00
6155
Fund: 230 - Motor Fuel Tax Fund
Sidewalk Improvements 1402 DiNatale Construction Inc
2016-0-P1
304
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
2644104014-05/16
305
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
2943015087-05/16
306
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
1273119011-02/16
307
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
1273119011-03/16
308
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
1273119011-04/16
309
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
1273119011-05/16
310
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
0193753007-05/16
311
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
3657136067-05/16
312
00
7160
Ice Control
1372 Morton Salt
5401008508
313
Total 00 - Non Departmental
63,232.60
314
Total 230 - Motor Fuel Tax Fund
63,232.60
315
316
00
Fund: 240 - CDBG Fund
1264 North West Housing Partnership
Jan-Mar 2016
304.44
16,648.55
2,633.37
2,427.20
1,722.06
1,798.45
75.89
532.14
30,970.50
318
319
Total 240 - CDBG Fund
320
321
00
6000
Professional Services
Fund: 250 - Grant Projects Fund
1126 Civiltech Engineering Inc
2866-06
322
00
6000
Professional Services
1394 Gewalt Hamilton Associates Inc
1
323
00
6000
Professional Services
1163 URS Corp
37752945
324
Total 00 - Non Departmental
52,148.48
325
Total 250 - Grant Projects Fund
52,148.48
1264 North West Housing Partnership
HR Prog 03/16
Residential Rehab Quarterly
Admin 01/31/2016-03/31/2016
Home Repair Program
03/25/2016
6,120.00
Subsidy - Residential
Rehab
00
6570
Subsidy - Residential
Rehab
Total 00 - Non Departmental
317
6570
R-74-16 Contractor-2016 CIP
Concrete Improv 04/2905/31/2016
Electricity Service 04/0705/06/2016
Electricity Service 04/2105/20/2016
Electricity Service 01/0802/09/2016
Electricity Service 02/0903/09/2016
Electricity Service 03/0904/07/2016
Electricity Service 04/0705/06/2016
Electricity Service 04/1405/13/2016
Electricity Service 04/0805/09/2016
23 Loads Bulk Rock Salt 02/25/2016
1,565.55
1,242.65
2,808.20
2,808.20
Engr Svcs- Rand Rd Sidepath
02/28-04/29/2016
Engr Svcs-Lee @ Forest Traffic
Signal Ph 2 03/07-04/24/2016
Construction Engr River Rd
Recon Ph 2 04/02-04/29/2016
Page 14 of 23
4,762.44
4,231.75
43,154.29
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
326
327
00
Account
6195
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
328
00
6305
R&M Equipment
5461 L3 Communications Mobile-Vision
Inc
0241102-IN
329
00
7320
Equipment < $5,000
29100
330
00
7320
Equipment < $5,000
5930 Precision Control Systems of
Chicago Inc
3749 AEDsDirect
331
00
8015
Equipment
6082 International Road Dynamics
Corporation
INVU09993
332
Total 00 - Non Departmental
333
N/A
334
Total N/A
335
Total 260 - Asset Seizure Fund
336
337
60
338
Total 60 - Police Department
0.89
339
Total 280 - Emergency Telephone System Fund
0.89
340
341
00
6000
Professional Services
Fund: 400 - Capital Projects Fund
1394 Gewalt Hamilton Associates Inc
4684.007-4
342
00
6000
Professional Services
1394 Gewalt Hamilton Associates Inc
1
343
00
6000
Professional Services
5659 V3 Companies of Illinois Ltd
416066
344
00
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
345
00
7065
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57035MB
346
00
7065
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57996MB
347
00
7065
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57971MB
348
00
7065
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57925MB
349
00
7065
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
1086 Arrow Road Construction
57834MB
350
00
7065
1086 Arrow Road Construction
58195MB
2484
6305
Vendor
Seized/Pending Forfeit
Invoice
Fund: 260 - Asset Seizure Fund
6150 Partners & Paws Veterinary Services 37637
LLC
1943
Invoice Desc
Amount
Evaluation & Treatment for Skin
Issue, Police Canine 05/24/2016
219.75
Extended Maint. Agreement for
DVD Burner/Camera 8/20/168/19/17
Installation and Camera
Software 05/05/2016
1 External Automated
Defibrillator
Portable Truck Scales and
Accessories
1,913.00
876.00
1,536.14
9,126.95
13,671.84
1320 IL State Police
16-02839
Forfeiture Award
5,074.00
5,074.00
R&M Equipment
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
18,745.84
Fund: 280 - Emergency Telephone System Fund
1119 Chicago Office Technology Group
IN492666
Inc
Copy Charge V8270 4/225/21/2016
0.89
Engr Srvs-Mt. Prospect Rd
Median 02/19-04/24/2016
Engr Svcs-Lee @ Forest Traffic
Signal Ph 2 03/07-04/24/2016
4,708.50
Consultant-S-Curve Ped/Bike
Feasibility Study 03/2704/30/2016
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
3.1 Tons Asphalt for Potholes
03/07/2016
2.98 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/17/2016
2.02 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/17/2016
2.48 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/13/2016
10.36 Tons Asphalt - Main
Break Restorations 05/10/2016
4,608.72
91.6 Tons of Asphalt - Wolf
Road, Yale and 7th 05/25/2016
1,646.11
Page 15 of 23
4,231.75
220.32
167.19
53.55
36.30
44.57
186.18
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
351
00
352
00
353
00
Account
7065
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
7065
Supplies - Capital
Maintenance
8100
Improvements
Vendor
1086 Arrow Road Construction
Invoice
58096MB
1086 Arrow Road Construction
58231MB
1067 Orange Crush
2015-C-P8 Final
Invoice Desc
2.04 Tons Asphalt - Potholes
05/20/2016
2.13 Tons of Asphalt - Misc
Potholes - 05/26/2016
R-85-15 Contractor 2015 CIP
Street & Utility Improv
05/19/2016
R-73-16 Contractor-2016 CIP
Street & Utility 05/0905/27/2016
R-79-16 Contractor- 2016 CIP
Street & Utility 05/0105/31/2016
R-74-16 Contractor-2016 CIP
Concrete Improv 04/2905/31/2016
R-52-16 Contractor- 2015 CIP
Algonquin Rd Sewer 05/0505/19/2016
Amount
36.66
354
00
8100
Improvements
1067 Orange Crush
2016-A-P1
355
00
8100
Improvements
1067 Orange Crush
2016-B-P1
356
00
8100
Improvements
1402 DiNatale Construction Inc
2016-0-P1
357
00
8100
Improvements
1328 John Neri Construction Company
Inc
2015-B-P1
358
Total 00 - Non Departmental
660,842.94
359
Total 400 - Capital Projects Fund
660,842.94
360
361
60
8015
Equipment
Fund: 410 - Equipment Replacement Fund
1045 Havey Communications
6438
362
60
8015
Equipment
1045 Havey Communications
363
60
8015
Equipment
364
60
8015
Equipment
365
Total 60 - Police Department
10,172.90
366
Total 410 - Equipment Replacement Fund
10,172.90
367
368
00
6000
Professional Services
Fund: 500 - Water/Sewer Fund
1356 MWH Americas Inc
1712378
369
00
6000
Professional Services
1356 MWH Americas Inc
1712384
370
00
6000
Professional Services
1356 MWH Americas Inc
1712375
371
00
6000
Professional Services
1356 MWH Americas Inc
1712385
38.28
66,599.56
54,179.85
35,760.33
279,647.47
208,677.60
Purch & Install of Equip New
Squad (#49) 05/20-05/23/2016
3,852.00
6459
Purch & Install of Eqpt for New
Squad (#52) 05/31-06/01/2016
3,852.00
1045 Havey Communications
6460
1045 Havey Communications
6428
Replace Damaged Blue LED
Light (Squad #52) 6/1/16
Equip For Squad #49 (Lights,
Radio and Hardware) 05/1805/19/2016
Task Order #8 On-Call SCADA
Support - 04/02-05/06/2016
TO #10-Levee 50 SCADA
Upgrades - 04/02-05/06/2016
TO #7 - Central Road
Construction Oversight - 04/0205/06/2016
TO #11 SCADA Support Inception to 05/06/2016
Page 16 of 23
69.00
2,399.90
464.00
4,730.28
63,165.40
2,247.00
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
372
00
Account
6000
Professional Services
373
00
6015
374
00
375
Vendor
1356 MWH Americas Inc
Invoice
1712381
Invoice Desc
TO #9 Peterson Lake Pump
Station Eng Srvs - 04/0205/06/2016
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
68.42
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
302.87
00
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
98.78
376
00
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
651.35
377
00
6110
Printing Services
1233 Presstech Inc
38410
1 Box of Business Cards
20.00
378
00
6195
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
1467 HBK Water Meter Service Inc
16-401
2 Water Meter Tests 05/04/2016
58.00
379
00
6195
Miscellaneous
Contractual Services
4022 M E Simpson Co Inc
28539
Pilot Testing - Maple Street
Pump Station 04/15/2016
380
00
6305
R&M Equipment
1225 Patten Industries Inc
PM600254704
O'Hare Lake Generator & ATS
Maintenance-04/21/2016
518.00
381
00
6305
R&M Equipment
1225 Patten Industries Inc
PM600254704
O'Hare Lake Generator & ATS
Maintenance-04/21/2016
4,100.00
382
00
6340
R&M Sewer System
1368 Metropolitan Industries Inc
0000310385
383
00
7030
1057 Menard Incorporated
76386
384
00
7030
1057 Menard Incorporated
76583
385
00
7030
1057 Menard Incorporated
76265
386
00
7035
5699 March Industries Inc
159222
387
00
7040
Supplies - Tools &
Hardware
Supplies - Tools &
Hardware
Supplies - Tools &
Hardware
Supplies - Equipment
R&M
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
Replaced 4 Floats @ Lift Station 05/02/2016
Gate Hardware
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013806
388
00
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013841
389
00
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013806
390
00
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1054 Lee Auto Parts
408-1013506
391
00
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
1520 Russo Power Equipment
3169605
392
00
7040
Supplies - Vehicle R&M
3518 O'Reilly Auto Parts
2479-267874
393
00
7045
Supplies - Building R&M 2313 City Electric Supply (CES)
DEP/032723
394
00
7045
Supplies - Building R&M 2313 City Electric Supply (CES)
DEP/032721
395
396
00
00
7050
7050
Supplies - Streetscape
Supplies - Streetscape
T1-10151480
314528
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
1516 Arthur Clesen Inc
(4) 2 X 6 Pieces of Lumber,
Hammer - Water
Magnetic Hooks, Light Bulbs,
Disinfectant Wipes - Water
Filter Fan - Levee 50
Amount
1,029.00
1,950.00
885.50
6.96
48.78
31.26
236.00
Blower Motor, 2 Resistors, Oil Sewer 8024/ Water 9015
Serpentine Belt, 2 Convex
Mirrors - Water 9015 / PW 5010
95.77
Blower Motor, 2 Resistors, Oil Sewer 8024/ Water 9015
New Compressor and Clutch Water 9015
Starter Rope and Cover with
Rewind - Water 9025
HVAC Blower Motor and
Resistor - Water 9007
1K Ft Cat-6 Cable for Central
Road
20 Cat-5 Cable Clips
17.69
3 Yds Top Soil
(4) 50 Pound Bags of Grass Seed
- Parkway Repair
Page 17 of 23
29.39
236.28
109.69
50.63
147.48
58.67
80.70
450.00
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
397
00
Account
7050
Supplies - Streetscape
Vendor
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
Invoice
T1-10152717
Invoice Desc
3 Cubic Yards of Black Soil Parkway Restorations
05/24/2016
2 Cubic Yards of Black Soil Parkway Restorations
05/25/2016
1.5 Cubic Yards of Concrete Delivered 05/31/2016
5.5 Cubic Yards of Concrete Driveway 05/24/20016
1.5 Cubic Yards of Concrete Restorations 05/31/2016
5 Fire Hydrant Replacements
for Stock
6x30 Repair Sleeve
3 6x20 Repair Sleeves
2 Brass Caps for 3/4 Corp at
Central
200 Ground Clamps for Meter
Install
Marking Stakes & 12 Cans of
White Paint
6001 Gallons of Gasoline
Purchase - Delivered
05/26/2016
6001 Gallons of Gasoline
Purchase - Delivered
05/26/2016
2000 Gallons of Diesel Fuel
Purchase - Delivered on
05/26/2016
2000 Gallons of Diesel Fuel
Purchase - Delivered on
05/26/2016
Amount
80.70
398
00
7050
Supplies - Streetscape
1347 Lurvey Landscape Supply
T1-10153067
399
00
7070
Other
1072 Prairie Material Sales Inc
886713122
400
00
7070
Other
1072 Prairie Material Sales Inc
886702860
401
00
7070
Other
1072 Prairie Material Sales Inc
886691273
402
00
7070
Other
1709 Ziebell Water Service Products Inc
233058-000
403
404
405
00
00
00
7070
7070
7070
Other
Other
Other
1709 Ziebell Water Service Products Inc
1709 Ziebell Water Service Products Inc
1709 Ziebell Water Service Products Inc
233085-000
233086-000
233153-000
406
00
7070
Other
2028 Northwest Electrical Supply
17271683
407
00
7070
Other
4093 HDS White Cap Construction Supply 10005224754
408
00
7120
Gasoline
1417 Petroleum Traders Corp
1015523
409
00
7120
Gasoline
1417 Petroleum Traders Corp
1015523
410
00
7130
Diesel
1417 Petroleum Traders Corp
1015522
411
00
7130
Diesel
1417 Petroleum Traders Corp
1015522
412
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
3526009006-05/16 Electricity Service 04/0805/09/2016
83.35
413
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
6152054027-05/16 Electricity Service 04/0805/06/2016
8,966.68
414
00
7140
Electricity
1033 ComEd
4436122006-05/16 Electricity Service 04/1405/13/2016
3,326.81
415
00
8100
Improvements
1067 Orange Crush
2016-B-P1
416
00
8100
Improvements
1067 Orange Crush
2015-C-P8 Final
417
00
8100
Improvements
1067 Orange Crush
2016-A-P1
418
00
8100
Improvements
5440 Manusos General Contracting Inc
5238 Pymt 9
419
Total 00 - Non Departmental
53.80
228.00
891.00
428.00
14,903.00
401.07
899.23
50.62
504.00
134.80
511.79
1,622.79
136.17
146.08
R-79-16 Contractor- 2016 CIP
Street & Utility 05/0105/31/2016
R-85-15 Contractor 2015 CIP
Street & Utility Improv
05/19/2016
465,191.80
R-73-16 Contractor-2016 CIP
Street & Utility 05/0905/27/2016
Central Rd Pump Station Fac
Imp P9-04/24-05/24/2016, R-8315
307,059.45
10,000.33
188,915.62
1,086,422.99
Page 18 of 23
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
420
30
Account
6000
Professional Services
Vendor
2943 Crowe Horwath LLP
Invoice
707-2025202
Invoice Desc
Auditing Services for Tax Year
2015 (Yr 5 of 5) Thru
05/24/2016
Amount
275.00
421
30
6015
Communication Services 1552 Verizon Wireless
9765390541
Cell Phone Service 04/1405/13/2016
18.94
422
30
7000
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
842164835001
2 Cases of Copy Paper, 6
Binders, 1 Pk of Batteries, Etc.
19.18
423
30
7000
Office Supplies
1066 Office Depot
842166256001
1 Ink Stamp
424
Total 30 - Finance
425
Total 500 - Water/Sewer Fund
426
427
00
6320
R&M Parking Lots
Fund: 510 - City Owned Parking Fund
2350 Anderson Elevator Co
186633
428
00
6320
R&M Parking Lots
5827 SimplexGrinnell LP
429
00
7035
Supplies - Equipment
R&M
430
00
7140
431
00
7140
432
Total 00 - Non Departmental
7,200.28
433
Total 510 - City Owned Parking Fund
7,200.28
434
435
N/A
2221
Taste of Des Plaines
436
N/A
2221
Taste of Des Plaines
437
N/A
2221
438
N/A
439
7.29
320.41
1,086,743.40
Install Phone & Program Metro Square Elevator 04/06/2016
1,418.00
82525361
Fire Sprinkler System Repair
04/13/2016 - Library Deck
2,205.32
1057 Menard Incorporated
76323
3 Gals Primer for Library Deck
Graffiti
Electricity
1033 ComEd
2239082030-05/16 Electricity Service 04/0805/09/2016
958.80
Electricity
1033 ComEd
0354464001-05/16 Electricity Service 04/0805/06/2016
2,606.25
Fund: 700 - Escrow Fund
1527 Sherwin Williams
2655-9
11.91
5 Gals of Paint for Taste of Des
Plaines Signs
35.49
1532 Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce 12948A
& Industry
Operation License Fee for DP
Chamber @ 2016 Taste of DP
25.00
Taste of Des Plaines
1532 Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce 12948A
& Industry
Operation License Fee for DP
Chamber @ 2016 Taste of DP
1,093.00
2221
Taste of Des Plaines
1106 Chromatech Printing Inc
7092/24385
2016 Taste of Des Plaines
Posters - 200 Pieces
165.00
N/A
2221
Taste of Des Plaines
1106 Chromatech Printing Inc
7081/24377
2016 Taste of Des Plaines 2,520 Car Show Cards and 200
Posters
601.00
440
N/A
2221
Taste of Des Plaines
6031 Service Forms & Graphics Inc
157002
2016 Taste Tickets: 15k of 10
Strips, 6k of 5 Strips
1,220.00
441
N/A
2226
Special Events - July 4th
3192 Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps
07/04/2016
2016 Fourth of July Parade
Honorarium for Marching Band
2,000.00
442
N/A
2226
Special Events - July 4th
3292 Service Sanitation Inc
7171606
Portable Restrooms for 07/0307/05/2016 for Parade
Page 19 of 23
520.00
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Line # Org
443
N/A
Account
Vendor
2445
Escrow - Fire Department 6161 Eagle Mountain Promotions
Donations
Invoice
16020
Invoice Desc
300 Glasses for 125th
Anniversary Celebration
Amount
1,285.00
444
N/A
2460
Refundable Bonds
1081 Albrecht Enterprises Inc
2015-01100117
Bond Refund for Marianos
Demo Issued 12/30/2015
5,000.00
445
N/A
2493
Escrow Projects
1050 Journal & Topics
169494
Curb Appeal Challenge
Advertisement 05/04/2016
750.00
446
Total N/A
12,694.49
447
Total 700 - Escrow Fund
12,694.49
448
GRAND TOTAL
2,221,779.09
Page 20 of 23
Line # Org
449
450
20
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register - 06/20/2016
Manual Checks
Account
Vendor
6015
451
Communication
Services
Total 20 - City Administration
452
60
6015
453
Communication
Services
Total 60 - Police Department
454
65
Invoice
Invoice Desc
Fund: 100 - General Fund
1533 Wide Open West
05/22/2016 x6044 Internet/Cable Service 05/2106/20/2016
Amount
95.00
95.00
1032 Comcast Cable
05/18/2016 x6724 Internet/Cable Service June
2016
16.76
16.76
6015
05/22/2016 x6716 Internet/Cable Service June
2016
455
Communication
1032 Comcast Cable
Services
Total 65 - Emergency Management Agency
456
N/A
2471
Red Light Payable
457
N/A
2471
Red Light Payable
170560038132701
6
170560037171100
2
458
Total N/A
200.00
459
Total 100 - General Fund
326.42
460
461
00
7110
Natural Gas
1064 Nicor
462
00
7110
Natural Gas
1064 Nicor
463
Total 00 - Non Departmental
79.62
464
Total 201 - TIF #1 Downtown Fund
79.62
465
466
00
467
Total 00 - Non Departmental
750.00
468
Total 207 - TIF #7 Mannheim/Higgins South
750.00
469
470
60
6000
4297 Des Plaines Photo Enforcement
Program
4297 Des Plaines Photo Enforcement
Program
471
Communication
Services
Total 60 - Police Department
472
Total 280 - Emergency Telephone System Fund
473
474
00
6015
14.66
Communication
Services
1009 AT&T
Red Light Cash Payment
05/18/2016
Red Light Cash Payment
05/23/2016
Fund: 201 - TIF #1 Downtown Fund
05/13/16 x603131 Natural Gas Service 04/1405/13/2016
05/13/16 x550488 Natural Gas Service 04/1505/13/2016
Fund: 207 - TIF #7 Mannheim/Higgins South
Professional Services 1100 Canadian National
Prep Fee-Higgins
6015
14.66
Intent to Construct Water
Pipeline Crossing @
Higgins/Orchard
Fund: 280 - Emergency Telephone System Fund
847Z97367005-16 Communication Service 05/1606/15/2016
100.00
100.00
38.26
41.36
750.00
389.95
389.95
389.95
Fund: 500 - Water/Sewer Fund
1032 Comcast Cable
05/20/2016 x6216 Internet/Cable Service 05/2706/26/2016
Page 21 of 23
104.85
Line # Org
00
475
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register - 06/20/2016
Manual Checks
476
00
477
00
Account
7105
Wholesale Water NWWC
7105
Wholesale Water NWWC
7110
Natural Gas
478
00
7110
Natural Gas
1064 Nicor
05/18/16 x500005
479
00
7110
Natural Gas
1064 Nicor
05/18/16 x500009
480
00
7110
Natural Gas
1064 Nicor
05/16/16 x400005
481
Total 00 - Non Departmental
210,973.67
482
Total 500 - Water/Sewer Fund
210,973.67
483
Vendor
2901 Northwest Water Commission
Invoice
05182016
2901 Northwest Water Commission
05312016
1064 Nicor
05/17/16 x054542
Invoice Desc
Wholesale Water for March
2016 R-183-14
Wholesale Water for May 2016
R-183-14
Natural Gas Service 04/1805/17/2016
Natural Gas Service 04/1905/18/2016
Natural Gas Service 04/1905/18/2016
Natural Gas Service 04/1505/16/2016
GRAND TOTAL
Amount
7,522.08
202,277.00
719.77
220.79
48.49
80.69
212,519.66
Page 22 of 23
City of Des Plaines
Warrant Register 06/20/2016
Summary
Automated Accounts Payable
Manual Checks
Payroll
RHS Payout
Electronic Transfer Activity:
Bank of America Credit Card
Chicago Water Bill ACH
Postage Meter Direct Debits
Utility Billing Refunds
First Merit Bank Fees
IMRF Payments
FEMA Buyouts
Debt Service
Employee Medical/Dental Trust
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Total Cash Disbursements:
$
Amount
2,221,779.09 **
212,519.66 **
1,223,108.83
3,050.00 *
144,121.51
-
Transfer Date
6/20/2016
6/3/2016
6/10/2016
6/8/2016
6/8/2016
3,804,579.09
* Multiple transfers processed on and/or before date shown
** See attached report
Adopted by the City Council of Des Plaines
This Twentieth Day of June 2016
Ayes ______ Nays _______ Absent _______
Gloria J. Ludwig, City Clerk
Matthew J. Bogusz, Mayor
Page 23 of 23
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE #2A.
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
1420 Miner Street
Des Plaines, IL 60016
P: 847.391.5301
desplaines.org
MEMORANDUM
Date:
May 26, 2016
To:
Michael G. Bartholomew, MCP, LEED-AP, City Manager
From:
Matthew J. Bogusz, Mayor
Subject:
City’s “Code of Ethics”
Issue: The Des Plaines Code of Ethics states that it is the policy of the City that, in all cases, its’ City officials
and employees perform their duties for the benefit of the citizens of the City. They shall conduct the
government of the City with integrity and impartiality, without allowing prejudice, favoritism or the
opportunity for personal gain to influence their decisions or actions or to interfere with serving the public
interest. The Code of Ethics establishes ethical standards of conduct for all “City officials” as defined in
Section 1-9-3 of the City Code, by setting forth those acts or actions that are incompatible with the best
interests of the citizens of the City and by directing disclosure by all City officials of private financial or other
interests in matters which may affect the city (1-9-1: Code of Ethics, Policy Statement)(Ord. M-15-95, 3-2795).
Analysis: Our Code of Ethics ordinance requires the Mayor, City Clerk, eight (8) Aldermen, Department
Heads and the appointed members of the Planning and Zoning Board to annually file a Disclosure Statement
with the City Clerk’s Office.
Recommendation: I recommend the adoption of the attached ordinance that adds language regarding
disclosing litigation against the City.
Attachment:
Ordinance M-17-16
Page 1 of 3
CITY OF DES PLAINES
ORDINANCE
M - 17 - 16
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 1 OF THE DES
PLAINES CITY CODE REGARDING DISCLOSURE OF
LITIGATION
WHEREAS, the City is a home rule municipal corporation in accordance with Article VII,
Section 6(a) of the Constitution of the State of Illinois of 1970; and
WHEREAS, Chapter 9 of Title 1 of the City Code of the City of Des Plaines, as amended
("City Code"), the City’s “Code of Ethics,” providees, among other things, for certain disclosures
by city officials related to City matters; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that it is necessary and in the best interest
of the City to amend 1 of the City Code as set forth in this Ordinance to require disclosure by city
officials of litigation against the City;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the City Council of the City of Des
Plaines, Cook County, Illinois, in the exercise of its home rule powers, as follows:
SECTION 1: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated into, and made a part
of, this Ordinance as the findings of the City Council.
SECTION 2: AMENDMENTS. Subsection B of Section 5, titled "Disclosure," of
Chapter 9, titled "Code of Ethics," of Title 1, titled "Administrative," of the City Code is amended
to read as follows:
“1-9-5: DISCLOSURE.
. . . . .
B. Disclosure And Abstention: Any city official or employee who has an
interest in any proposed contract, work, business or land use application with the
city shall publicly disclose the nature and extent of such interest and shall not
deliberate or vote on the matter in his official capacity. The same restrictions shall
apply to any city official or employee whose spouse has an interest in any proposed
contract, work, business or land use application with the city. Additionally, a city
official shall publicly disclose litigation that the City official, or the official’s
spouse, has brought against the City and shall not deliberate or vote on matters
before the Council that directly relate to that litigation.”
SECTION 3: EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from
and after its passage, approval, and publication in pamphlet form according to law.
Page 2 of 3
PASSED this
APPROVED this
VOTE:
Ayes
day of
, 2016
day of
Nays
, 2016
Absent
MAYOR
ATTEST:
CITY CLERK
Published in pamphlet form this
____ day of _______________, 2016
Approved as to form:
CITY CLERK
Peter M. Friedman, General Counsel
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