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Meeting Name: President and Board of Trustees Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/5/2023 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Village Hall
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ID 23-283 1A. MinutesMotion to Approve Minutes from Special Meeting of May 8, 2023 of the Village Board.approvedPass Action details Video Video
MOT 23-64 1B. MotionA Motion to Approve a Proclamation for Proclaiming June 2, 2023 as National Gun Violence Awareness Day.approvedPass Action details Video Video
MOT 23-65 1C. MotionA Motion to Approve a Proclamation for Proclaiming June 2023 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Plus (LGBTQ+) Month.approvedPass Action details Video Video
ID 23-276 1D. ReportUpdated Village Board Meeting Calendars for June, July and August 2023   Action details Video Video
ID 23-284 1E. ReportBoard & Commission Vacancy Report for June 5, 2023.   Action details Video Video
RES 23-55 1F. ResolutionA Resolution Approving a Professional Services Agreement with Securance LLC to Conduct a Cyber Security Assessment in an Amount Not to Exceed $53,816 and Authorizing its Execution   Action details Not available
RES 23-175 1G. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Amendment to the Independent Contractor Agreement With D. Kersey Construction Co. for the Public Works Center Wash Bay Drainage Improvements Project to Change the Not to Exceed Amount from $141,120.00 to $199,625.00 and Authorizing Its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-179 1H. ResolutionA Resolution Authorizing the Submission of a Bulletproof Vest Partnership (BVP) Grant Application with the United States Department of Justice with an Anticipated Funding Amount of $3,850adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-181 1I. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Amendment to the Subrecipient Grant Agreement Between the Village of Oak Park and Sarah’s Inn and Authorizing its Execution.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-185 1J. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Independent Contractor Agreement with Total Parking Solutions, Inc. for the Purchase and Installation of Twenty-Eight (28) Cale Paystations and Associated Work as a Sole Source Preferred Vendor in an Amount Not to Exceed $262,220.00, Authorizing its Execution and Waiving the Village’s Bid Process.adoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-186 1K. ResolutionA Resolution Approving a Schedule Modification and Amendment to the Armored Car Services with Davis Bancorp Incorporated to Increase the Not to Exceed Amount from $22,224 to $26,500 for Fiscal Year 2023 for Additional Services and Authorizing its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-189 1L. ResolutionA Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of One 2023 Nissan Leaf S Vehicle from Star Nissan of Niles, Illinois, in an Amount Not to Exceed $23,970.26 and Waiving the Village’s Bid Process for the PurchaseadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-198 1M. ResolutionA Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of three 2023 Ford F550 Super Duty Trucks with Upfits and Plows from Lindco Equipment Sales, a division of Viking-Cives of Merrillville, Indiana through the Sourcewell Joint Purchasing Program in an Amount Not to Exceed $313,636.00 and Waiving the Village’s Bid Process for the PurchaseadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-190 1N. ResolutionA Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of One 2023 Nissan Leaf S Vehicle from Four Keys LLC, d/b/a Rosen Nissan & Kia of Milwaukee, Wisconsin in an Amount Not to Exceed $24,089.00 and Waiving the Village’s Bid Process for the PurchaseadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-191 1O. ResolutionA Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of One 2023 Nissan Leaf S Vehicle from Zeigler Nissan of Gurnee, Illinois in an Amount Not to Exceed $24,190.26 and Waiving the Village’s Bid Process for the PurchaseadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-192 1P. ResolutionA Resolution Approving the Purchase of one 2023 Ford Utility Hybrid Police Interceptor Vehicle with Police Package, from Currie Motors of Frankfort, Illinois in an Amount Not to Exceed $42,749.00 Waiving the Village’s Bid Process for the PurchaseadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-193 1Q. ResolutionA Resolution Approving a Professional Services Agreement with M.E. Simpson Company, Inc. for the 2023 Water System Support Services Program in an Amount Not to Exceed $54,475.00 and Authorizing its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-195 1R. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Amendment to the Task Order for Design and Construction Management of the Public Works Wash Bay Improvement Project to Change the Not to Exceed Amount from $19,500 to $47,500 and Authorizing its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-200 1S. ResolutionA Resolution Approving Amendments to Appendix I (“Job Class and FLSA Status”) and Appendix VII (“Appointee Pay Plan Schedule”) of the Village of Oak Park Personnel ManualadoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD 23-36 1T. OrdinanceAn Ordinance Authorizing the Donation of Surplus Technology and Hardware Equipment Owned by the Village of Oak ParkadoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD 23-42 1U. OrdinanceAn Ordinance Amending Chapter 20 ("Public Health"), Article 13 ("Commercial Solid Waste Hauling and Recycling"), Section 20-13-3 ("Procedures to Determine if a Commercial Franchise Can Be Considered by the Village") to Amend the Effective Date by which Private Hauling Contractors Must Begin Reporting Recycling Data to the VillageadoptedPass Action details Not available
ORD 23-41 1V. OrdinanceAn Ordinance Amending the Fiscal Year 2023 Annual BudgetadoptedPass Action details Not available
MOT 23-38 1W. MotionA Motion to Approve the Bills in the Amount of $5,104,226.34 from April 14, 2023, through May 25, 2023approvedPass Action details Not available
RES 23-187 1Z. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Oak Park Public Library and the Village Of Oak Park for the Installation of a Naloxone Box on Oak Park Public Library Property and Authorizing its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 23-188 1AA. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Park District of Oak Park and the Village of Oak Park for the Installation of a Naxolone Box on Park District Property and Authorizing its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 23-197 1X. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Amendment to an Agreement for Public Health Nurse Services with Patrice Steurer, R.N., to Change the Not to Exceed Amount from $55,000 to $90,000 thru December 31, 2023, and Authorizing Its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Video Video
RES 23-199 1Y. ResolutionA Resolution Approving an Amendment to an Agreement for Public Health Nurse Services with Veronica Stanton, R.N., to Change the Not to Exceed Amount from $24,000 to $60,000 and Extend the Term to December 31, 2023, and Authorizing Its ExecutionadoptedPass Action details Video Video
ORD 23-37 1AB. OrdinanceConcur with the Plan Commission’s Recommendation and Adopt an Ordinance Denying Text Amendments to Article 6 (“Special Purpose Districts”), Section 6.3 (“H Hospital Zoning District”) of the Oak Park Zoning Ordinance Regarding the H- Hospital Zoning District Regulations (*)adoptedPass Action details Video Video
MOT 23-52 1AC. MotionA Motion to Concur with the Community Development Citizen Advisory Commission (CDCAC) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funding Recommendations for Program Year (PY) 2023approvedPass Action details Video Video
MOT 23-57 1AD. MotionA Motion to Concur with the Transportation Commission’s Recommendations for Traffic Calming at the Intersection of East Avenue and Greenfield Street Including Upgrading from a Two-Way to Four-Way Stop and Installing Bump Outs on the South Side of East Avenue and Direct Staff to Prepare the Necessary OrdinanceapprovedPass Action details Video Video
ORD 23-40 1AE. OrdinanceAn Ordinance Establishing All-Way Stops at the Intersection of Greenfield Street and East AvenueadoptedPass Action details Video Video
MOT 23-58 1AF. MotionA Motion to Concur with the Transportation Commission’s Recommendations for Traffic Calming at the Erie Street and Lombard Avenue Intersection with the Installation of Temporary Bump Outs on the Southern and Western Legs of Erie Street and Lombard Avenue Using Delineator Posts and PaintapprovedPass Action details Video Video