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File #: ORD 23-36    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
In control: President and Board of Trustees
On agenda: 6/5/2023 Final action: 6/5/2023
Title: An Ordinance Authorizing the Donation of Surplus Technology and Hardware Equipment Owned by the Village of Oak Park
Attachments: 1. Ordinance - Donation of Surplus 2023 Zoll (002), 2. Exhibit A

Submitted By                     

Ronald Kobyleski, Fire Chief


Reviewed By

A.M. Zayyad, Deputy Village Manager


Agenda Item Title


An Ordinance Authorizing the Donation of Surplus Technology and Hardware Equipment Owned by the Village of Oak Park





This item is a request to donate accessories, cables, and batteries for Zoll cardiac monitors that are no longer in service in Oak Park. The Forest Park Fire Department uses the same monitor that Oak Park upgraded from and can use our accessories.





Adopt the Ordinance.



In accordance with Village policy and Section 11-76-4 of the Illinois Municipal Code, 65 ILCS 5/11-76-4, the Village Board may, by ordinance, authorize the disposition of designated Village property no longer usable to the Village. The Fire Department proposes that the items listed in Attachment A be declared surplus and donated to the Village of Forest Park. 


With the new contract that the Fire Department has with Zoll, the department has been equipped with an updated version of the cardiac monitor, which makes the current supplies obsolete. The Village of Forest Park’s Fire Department will be able to put these accessories to use.


Fiscal Impact

There is no fiscal impact to the Village of Oak Park.


DEI Impact

There is a positive environmental impact of this ordinance. Donating the working cables, accessories, and batteries will keep them from being recycled or sent to a landfill while still having a valuable productive life left.



The Board can delay action to gain additional information.


Previous Board Action



Citizen Advisory Commission Action



Anticipated Future Actions/Commitments



Intergovernmental Cooperation Opportunities

The property will be donated to the Village of Forest Park.