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					                            VILLAGE OF LIBERTYVILLE
                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                  March 23, 2010

President Weppler called to order a meeting of the Board of Trustees at 8:00 p.m. in the
Village Hall, 118 West Cook. Those present were: President Terry Weppler, Trustees
Donna Johnson, Nick Proepper, Drew Cullum, Richard Moras, Todd Gaines, and Jay
Justice.

KEEP LIBERTYVILLE BEAUTIFUL PRESENTATION
Dorie Botimer, representing the Keep Libertyville Beautiful Commission, presented a
Residential Improvement Award to Nan and Terry Grupe of 311 E. Rockland Road.

PUBLIC WORKS AWARD & RETIREMENT RECOGNITION

APWA Lake Branch Project of the Year
Jennifer Hughes, APWA Lake Branch President and Director of Public Works for the
Village of Lincolnshire, presented the Village of Libertyville with the APWA Lake
Branch Project of the Year Award for the Village’s Parking Structure built in 2009.
Director Heinz accepted the award and thanked the many departments involved in the
project, especially noting Marty Wittrock and Laura Nali for their work.
Retirement Recognition
Director of Public Works John Heinz introduced Larry Thomas, who is retiring after 25
years of service to the Village and currently the Water System Supervisor. Heinz also
explained that Thomas was runner- up for the Illinois Potable Water Supply Operator
Association Operator of the Year Award for which he was recognized in February 2009
at the IPWSOA conference in Springfield. All present congratulated Thomas on his
award and retirement.

ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
President Weppler asked if anyone had an item to bring before the Board that was not on
the agenda. There were no items.

OMNIBUS VOTE AGENDA
President Weppler introduced the Omnibus Vote Agenda. The Mayor then asked if any
member wanted an item removed for separate discussion.
                            OMNIBUS VOTE AGENDA
       A. Minutes of the March 9, 2010 Meeting
       B. Minutes of the March 9, 2010 Executive Session
       C. Bills for Approval
       D. ORDINANCE 10-O-24: Amend Special Use Permit – 700-998 W. Park
            Avenue
       E. ORDINANCE 10-O-25: Planned Development – 700-998 W. Park
            Avenue
       F. ORDINANCE 10-O-26: Final Plan – 700-998 W. Park Avenue
       G. RESOLUTION 10-R-27: Plat – 700-998 W. Park Avenue
                                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES/March 23, 2010
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       H. ARC Reports
       I.    License Agreement Renewal
Trustee Johnson moved to adopt the items listed on the Omnibus Vote Agenda in a single
group pursuant to the omnibus vote procedures of the Libertyville Municipal Code.
Trustee Proepper seconded. The Mayor asked for Board and public comment. The
motion carried on roll call vote as follows:
AYES: Trustees Johnson, Proepper, Cullum, Moras, Gaines, and Justice
NAYS: None
The Mayor then asked to refer the possible vacation of some alleys to the Streets
Committee. Trustee Justice moved to refer the vacation issue to the Streets Committee,
and Trustee Johnson seconded. The motion carried on roll call vote as follows:
AYES: Trustees Johnson, Proepper, Cullum, Moras, Gaines, and Justice
NAYS: None

ORDINANCE 10-O-27: Sign Variations – 820-890 S. Milwaukee Avenue
President Weppler presented an ordinance to grant sign variation to allow for the
installation of two wall signs and a multi-tenant panel sign for the Cambridge Plaza
Shopping Center at 820-890 S. Milwaukee Avenue. The Village Attorney noted an
amendment to the ordinance to Section 3 regarding the maximum number of tenants on
the sign from 6 to 16. Trustee Proepper moved to approve the ordinance as amended,
and Trustee Moras seconded. The Mayor asked for Board and public comment. The
motion carried on roll call vote as follows:
AYES: Trustees Johnson, Proepper, Cullum, Moras, Gaines, and Justice
NAYS: None

2010 MOSQUITO ABATEMENT PROGRAM
President Weppler explained that the Village has contracted with Clarke Environmental
for the pat several years to provide mosquito abatement services, including surveillance
and monitoring, larval control, and adult mosquito spraying. The proposal presented
extends their professional services agreement for mosquito management for 2010 under
the same terms, conditions, and price as the 2009 agreement. Staff recommended
extension of the agreement for the 2010 program in an amount not to exceed $25,200.
The Mayor then asked for Board and public comment. George Balis of Clarke
Environmental reviewed the contract terms and noted that bicycles with GPS units would
be used in the program. He also stated that a pre-notification call would be made
regarding adult spraying. He provided the number for any resident questions – 800 942-
2555. Trustee Moras asked how the program’s effectiveness was monitored. Balis
explained that the company uses regional mosquito reports, calls from residents, and pre
and post-application information. Trustee Cullum moved to extend the contract with
Clarke Environmental in an amount not to exceed $25,200. Trustee Gaines seconded.
The Mayor asked for Board and public comment. The motion carried on roll call vote as
follows:
                                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES/March 23, 2010
                                                                         Page 3

AYES: Trustees Johnson, Proepper, Cullum, Moras, Gaines, and Justice
NAYS: None

ORDINANCE 10-O-28: Amend Single Waste Hauler Contract
President Weppler introduced an ordinance to amend the contract with Groot Industries,
Inc. On February 16, 2010, the license and Permits Committee reviewed a proposal from
Groot Industries Inc. to amend the existing contract for Village garbage service as the
exclusive residential waste hauler. The amended contract allows for a rate decrease on
the unlimited and limited garbage service one year earlier than the current contract
allows. The contract will include a six-year extension and other operational changes.
The amended contract is anticipated to save the Village approximately $22,000 this year
and save Village residents between $20-$40 annually and offer a 10% discount for senior
citizens on the limited service. The contract will also provide for a recycling cart for
each household covered under the contract. Staff recommended approval of the
ordinance. A representative of Groot Industries clarified price changes and responding to
Board questions, stated that brush bundles are still included in the agreement. Trustee
Justice moved to approve the ordinance amending the contract with Groot Industries, Inc.
Trustee Proepper seconded. The Mayor asked for Board and public comment. The
motion carried on roll call vote as follows:
AYES: Trustees Johnson, Proepper, Cullum, Moras, Gaines, and Justice
NAYS: None

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS
President Weppler announced the following:
   · Historic Preservation Committee will meet March 24 at 4:00 p.m.
   · Village non-emergency offices will be closed for a furlough day on Friday, March
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   · Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission will meet April 6 at 6:00 p.m.
   · Parks and Recreation Committee will meet April 6 at 7:00 p.m.
   · Keep Libertyville Beautiful Commission will meet April 9 at 7:30 a.m. at the
       Liberty Restaurant
   · Marketing Committee will meet April 12 at 7:30 a.m. at Austin’s Restaurant
   · Zoning Board of Appeals will meet April 12 at 7:00 p.m.
   · Water and Sewer Committee will meet April 13 at 7:00 p.m.
   · Board of Trustees will meet April 13, 2010 at 8:00 p.m.

EXECUTIVE SESSION
President Weppler stated the need for the Board to meet in Executive Session for
discussion of personnel and litigation Trustee Johnson moved to go into Executive
Session at 8:30 p.m., and Trustee Moras seconded. The motion carried on roll call vote as
follows:
                                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES/March 23, 2010
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AYES: Trustees Johnson, Proepper, Cullum, Moras, Gaines, and Justice
NAYS: None

ADJOURNMENT
The Board returned to the meeting at 9:40 p.m., and with no further business, Trustee
Johnson moved to adjourn. Trustee Moras seconded, and the motion carried on a
unanimous voice vote.

Respectfully submitted,



Sally A. Kowal
Village Clerk

				
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