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					                                                     INDEX
                                            WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2007

MISCELLANEOUS:                                                                                                                                  PAGE

    Resolution Recognizing Piasa Motor Fuels for Seventy-Five Years of Business in Madison
         County ....................................................................................................................................... 1
    Lisa McCormick (Partners for Pets) Address to County Board:........................................................ 3
    Letter of Resignation from Bob Shipley County Board District #21............................................... 32
    Mr. Scheibel’s Report on Art East ................................................................................................... 37

CORRESPONDENCE:

    Letter from the Department of Corrections Regarding Recent Insepction of tne County Jail ........... 3
    Letter from the Illinois Department y Transportation Regarding City of Alton’s Request to
         Hold Annual River Road Run ................................................................................................... 4
    Letter from the Illinois Department Transportation to Thiems Construction Regardig the
         Letting of Bids for Bissell Street ............................................................................................... 6
    Notice of Comment Period and Public Hearing from the Illinois Environmental Protection
         Agency Concerning the Proposed Issuance of a Construction Permit to United States
         Steel Corporation in Granite City.............................................................................................. 7
    Notie of Comment Period and Public Hearing from the Illinois Environmental Protection
         Agency Concerning the Proposed Issuance of Construction Permit/PDS Approvals to
         United State Steel Corporation in Granite City and Gateway Energy and Coke
         Company ................................................................................................................................... 8
    Public Notice from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Regarding Proposed
         Issuance of a Clean Air Act Permit Program Permit to Olin Corporation in East Alton .......... 9
    Public Notice from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for Proposed Issuance
         of a Construction Permit to VersaSun Granite City, LLC....................................................... 10
    Notice of Application from the Illinois Enviriomental Protection Agency for Permit to
         Manage Waste From Granite City Steel.................................................................................. 11
    Notification from Safety-Kleen for a Class 1 Modification to the RCRA Part B Permit at the
         Caseyville Service Center ....................................................................................................... 13
    Public Notice from Alton Steel for a Class 1 Modification to its RCRA Part B Permit.................. 13

MONTHLY REPORTS:

    County Clerk .................................................................................................................................... 14
    Circuit Clerk..................................................................................................................................... 15
    Recorder ........................................................................................................................................... 18
    Coroner ............................................................................................................................................ 19
    Regional Office of Education........................................................................................................... 24
    Jail Population.................................................................................................................................. 25
    Shelter Care Home's Daily Average Report F ................................................................................. 27
    Treasurer's Report Of County Investments ...................................................................................... 28

APPONTMENTS:

    LeRoy Emerick to the Wood River Drainage & Levee District ...................................................... 32
    Andrew Economy to the Metro-East Sanitary District .................................................................... 33
    Kelly Birdsong to the Meadowbrook Fire Protection District ......................................................... 33
    James Gray to the Madison County Housing Authority .................................................................. 34
    Vernon Blom to the Madison County Housing Authority ............................................................... 34


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COUNTY INSTITUTIONS COMMITTEE:

    Madison County Historical Museum Progress Report..................................................................... 35

FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE:

    Summary Report of Claims and Transfers....................................................................................... 37
    Immediate Emergency Appropriation for 2007 Illinois 55 Planning Grant..................................... 38
    Immediate Emergency Appropriation for 2007 IDNR Conservation 200 Grant ............................. 39
    Immediate Emergency Appropriation for 2007 Family Violence Prevention Coordinating
         Council Grant .......................................................................................................................... 40
    Immediate Emergency Appropriation for 2008 Health Department Bioterriorism Preparedness
         Grant........................................................................................................................................ 40
    Resoluion Authorizing Payment Of Workers' Compensation Medical Bill File #: 05-050 ............. 41
    Resolution ty Extend Contract for #10 White Envelopes for the Madison County Purchasing
         and Support Services ............................................................................................................... 42

GRANTS COMMITTEE:

    Resolution Authorizing the Filing of the 2008 Community Services Block Grant Program Grant
         Application for the County of Madison, Illinois ..................................................................... 42
    Resolution Authorizing a Public Infrastructure Loan to the City of Granite City ........................... 43
    Resolution Authorizing a Public Infrastructure Loan to the Mitchell Public Water District........... 44
    Resolution Authorizing Acceptance of a Grant for Rebranding and Marketing of the Local
         One-Stop System from the Illinois Department of Commerce And Economic Opportunity
         by the Madison County Employment and Training Department ............................................ 45

HEALTH DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE:

    Activities Report .............................................................................................................................. 46

INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMITTEE AND
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE:

    Resolution to Purchase Mainframe Systems Software Maintenance Renewal for the Madison
         County Information Systems Department ............................................................................... 55
    Resolution to Purchase Maintenance on Microsoft Software Licensing for the Madison County
         Information Systems Department............................................................................................ 56
    Resolution to Purchase Maintenance Renewal for the Madison County Telephone Switch Ye
         Madison County Information Systems Department ................................................................ 57

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE:

    Zoning Resolutions .......................................................................................................................... 58
    Resolution Approving Intergovernmental Agreement for Illinois Tomorrow Corridor Planning
         Grant for I-55 Corridor Study ................................................................................................. 81
    Resolution –Z07-0072-Petition of Jacquelyn Dill and Richard Buenger......................................... 84
    Ordinance Proposing the Establishment of the Estates at Heritage Landing Subdivision
         Special Service Area of Madison County, Illinois and the Levy of Taxes for the
         Purpose of Paying the Cost of Providing Special Services in and for Such Area ................... 85
    Ordinance Establishing the Estates at Heritage Landing Subdivision Special Service Area of
         Madison County, Illinois and the Levy of Taxes for the Purpose of Paying the Cost of
         Providing Special Services in and for Such Area.................................................................... 91

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REAL ESTATE TAX CYCLE COMMITTEE:

    Property Trustee Resoltuions ........................................................................................................... 96

SEWER FACILITIES COMMITTEE:

    Resolution to Enter into Intergovernmental Agreement Between Madison County and
         Glen Carbon Providing for Wastewater Conveyance Services ............................................. 153

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE:

    Resolution to Award Contract to Purchase Two (2) New Replacement Slide In Hopper
          Spreaders for the Madison County Highway Department..................................................... 158
    Resolution Providing for the Participation In Comprehensive Transportation Planning
          Under the Southwestern Illinois Planning Commission........................................................ 159
    Request Speed Study on West Kirsch Road in Jarvis Township, Madison County ...................... 161
    Jurisdictional Transfer White Tail Lane, Willis Lane, Birch Drive, Buchta Road Madison
          County, Illinois...................................................................................................................... 161
    Agreement/Funding Resolution Poplar Street Widening and Resurfacing With Roundabout.
          City of Highland Section 05-00056-01-Wr Madison County, Illinois .................................. 162
    Final Payment Resolution Parking Lot Improvement Madison County Highway
          Department ............................................................................................................................ 164
    Resolution Naming and Renaming Streets and Private Roads in Unincorporated
          Madison County .................................................................................................................... 164




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                                    MADISON COUNTY BOARD

STATE OF ILLINOIS               )
                                ) SS
COUNTY OF MADISON               )

      Proceedings of the County Board of Madison County, Illinois, as the recessed session of said Board
held at the Nelson "Nellie" Hagnauer County Board Room in the Administration Building in the City of
Edwardsville, in the County and State aforesaid on said Wednesday, October 17, 2007, and held for the
transaction of general County business.

                                 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2007
                                         5:00 PM
                                     EVENING SESSION

       The Board met pursuant to recess taken September 19, 2007.

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       The meeting was called to order by Alan J. Dunstan, Chairman of the Board.

       The Pledge of Allegiance was said by all members of the Board.

      The Roll Call was called by Mark Von Nida, County Clerk, showing the following members
Present:

      PRESENT: Messers. Adler, Burris, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Hartman, Ms. Hawkins, Hoechst,
Holliday, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Minner, Meyer, Ms. Myers, Ms. Novacich, Ms. Overton, Patton,, Petrillo, Ms.
Roosevelt, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley, Ms. Tracy, Trucano, Voumard, Walters,
Wangard, and Dunstan.

       ABSENT: Ms. Brown.

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     Ms. Overton moved, seconded by Ms. Hawkins, to approve the minutes of the September 19, 2007
meeting. MOTION CARRIED.

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       The following Resolution was submitted and read:

   RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING PIASA MOTOR FUELS FOR SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OF
                     BUSINESS IN MADISON COUNTY

        WHEREAS, Piasa Motor Fuels, LLC was founded seventy-five years ago by Emil W. Schrimpf;
and,

      WHEREAS, the company remains a family owned business which now includes fifth generation
family members; and,



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      WHEREAS, the company is a distributor of gasoline and diesel fuel for Madison County
businesses and residents; and,

      WHEREAS, over the years the Piasa Motor Fuel, LLC has adapted to the changing needs of its
customers and now has divisions in marketing, transportation, liquid asphalt application and pipeline
terminalling; and,

      WHEREAS, the company has prospered over the years by providing good services to its
customers; and,

       WHEREAS, the Piasa Motor Fuels, LLC proudly celebrates seventy-five years in business and
looks forward to continuing to provide quality services to Madison County businesses and residents.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison that
it hereby recognizes the Piasa Motor Fuels, LLC seventy-fifth anniversary and congratulates the Schrimpf
family for this milestone achievement and their quality service to the businesses and residents in Madison
County.

ADOPTED this 17th day of October, 2007.

                                                  s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                                  Alan J. Dunstan
                                                  Madison County Board Chairman

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida
Mark Von Nida
Madison County Clerk

   Ms. Overton moved, seconded by Ms. Voumard, to adopt the foregoing Resolution. MOTION
CARRIED.

         Mr. Dunstan: We like to do this for companies that continue to do business in Madison County.
I think it is very important when you have somebody doing business for seventy-five years. We are very
appreciative.

         Mr. Schrimpf: My name is Bill Schrimpf and I am the President of Piasa Motor Fuel. I want to
thank the Board Members and Mr. Dunstan for this recognition. We appreciate it very much. We are
very proud of our seventy-five years here in Madison County and the fact that we are the fourth
generation, the fifth generation is only this tall, but we are working on it. I will give you a thumbnail
sketch of the history of our company. My Grandfather started the company in 1932. We had a station on
Broadway in Alton when gasoline pumps had a big glass glob on top and a hand pump on the side and
you filled the glass glob up first and they you actually pour the gas into the vehicle. Think of that and you
can think of home heating oil in five gallon buckets. He was the start of all of this. He passed away in
1941 and my Dad had to take over the business while he was still in High School. He went to High
School in the mornings and drove a truck in the afternoon. He was a very dedicated man. We all owe a
lot to him. We appreciate all of the help that we have had from our customers, employees, and our
suppliers. Thank you all very much.

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                                       Address to County Board:

        Lisa McCormick: My name is Lisa McCormick and I am with Partners for Pets. One of our two
goals is to visit rural animal control facilities and get them all of their medical care and then we find
homes for them. Last year we rescued 769 animals and this year so far we are up to nearly 700. We work
very closely with our veterinary to get them all of their care. We are licensed with the Illinois Department
of Agricultural. I am also registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a 501.23 care. We are here to
ask for a Special Use Permit and a Variance for our shelter which is located in St. Jacob, Illinois. I have
the support of many of the neighbors. We went around with a petition and gathered almost fifty-one
signatures from the neighbors. We would really appreciate your support for this Special Use Permit and I
am thankful for letting us be here today.

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     The following letter was received and placed on file:

                                DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
                                        1301 Concordia Court
                                           P.O. Box 19277
                                      Springfield IL 62794-927
                            Telephone: (217) 558-2200 / TDD: (800) 526-08

September 25, 2007

Mr. Mark Von Nida
Madison County Clerk
15 7 North Main Street Suite 109
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025

Dear Mr. Von Nida:

A copy of our recent inspection report of the Madison County Jail is enclosed. The Illinois Compiled Stan
mandates the Department of Corrections to inspect county jails annually and to make the results available
public review.

We encourage you to give notice to citizens of your county, by news release or by other means, that this
report is available for review.

                                                 Sincerely,

                                                 s/ Chuck Yelm
                                                 Chuck Yelm
                                                 Manager
                                                 Jail and Detention Standards

                           ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION
                               1301 Concordia Court P.O. Box 19277
                                     Springfield IL 62794-9277
                           Telephone: (217) 668-2200 / TDD: (800) 526-084



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                                     MADISON COUNTY JAIL
                                    2007 INSPECTION REPORT

Criminal Justice Specialist Dianne Fritschle inspected the Madison County Jail on August 28, 2007.
Entrance and exit interviews were conducted with Jail Superintendent Joe Gulash.

IMPROVEMENTS SINCE LAST INSPECTION

   1. A new computer program "New World" has been installed. This will create instant
      communication of information between the jail and law enforcement officers as well as with other
      agencies. The jail will also now be implementing more training, tracking, etc. with this system.

   2. An AFIX Verifier has been installed in the booking area. This system with computer will allow
      staff to match current fingerprints in the system quickly and accurately. Local law enforcement al
      uses this on arrestees to confirm identity.

              NONCOMPLIANCES WITH ILLINOIS COUNTY JAIL STANDARDS

   1. 701.80 f) 1) Dorm Room Equipment: Each dormitory shall be equipped with: A bed for each
      detainee made of rigidly constructed metal, with a solid or perforated metal bottom; the bed shall
      I securely anchored to the floor or wall.

       Recommendation: The jail was eleven detainees over capacity on the day of inspection as well
       numerous days throughout the month of August 2007. Overcrowding issues should be addressed
       by county off officials.

   2. 701.90 h) Medical and Mental Health Care: Annually, mental health professionals shall
      provide training to all jail officers and other personnel primarily assigned to correctional duties on
      suicide prevention and mental health issues.

       Recommendation: Although all staff have been trained on suicide prevention and mental health
       issues, some jail staff are not current on this required annual training. Ensure all staff receive
       annual training as required

                                       RECOMMENDATIONS

   1. The Grand Jury or panel of citizens appointed by a judge, should tour the jail facility and examine
      its condition, the treatment of detainees, and file a report of findings.

                                                 Dianne Fritschle
                                                 Criminal Justice Specialist

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      The following letter was received and placed on file:

                       ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
                      DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS / REGION 5 / DISTRICT 8
                              1102 EASTPORT PLAZA DRIVE
                            COLLINSVILLE, ILLINOIS/ 62234-6198



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October 3, 2007

The Honorable Donald Sandidge
Mayor of the City of Alton
10 1 East Third Street
Alton, Illinois 62002

Dear Mayor Sandidge:

In accordance with your resolution dated July 25, 2007, we find no objection to making use of IL 100 on
Saturday, November 24, 2007, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for the purpose of holding
the Annual River Road Run.

Please be advised that the closure of the south bound nd/eastbou nd lanes of Illinois Route 100 from East
Broadway and U.S. 67 to Stanka Lane will be allowed providing the following conditions are met:

    1. The city of Alton assumes full responsibility for the direction, protection, and regulation of the
        traffic during the time the detour is in effect.
    2. Alton Road Runners, Inc. agrees that police officers or authorized flagmen shall, at the expense of
        the city of Alton, be positioned at each end of the closed section, and at the points (such as
        intersections) as may benecessary to assist in directing traffic through the detour.
    3. Alton Road Runners, Inc. agrees that police officers, flagmen, and officials shall permit
        emergency vehicles in emergency situations to pass through the closed area as swiftly as is safe
        for all concerned.
    4. Alton Road Runners, Inc. agrees that all debris shall be removed by the City of Alton prior to the
        reopening of the state highway.
    5. Alton Road Runners, Inc. agrees that if an individual's residence or place of business is blocked
        by the closure of the highway, that person shall be allowed to have reasonable access to that
        property.
    6. Alton Road Runners, Inc. agrees that all necessary signs, flags, barricades, etc., shall be used by
        the city of Alton as approved by the Illinois Department of Transportation. The Department of
        Transportation will furnish these items but all loading, installation, and removal will be the
        responsibility of the city of Alton. The Department will provide technical advice for the traffic
        control installation.
    7. Alton Road Runners, Inc. agrees that the closure and detour shall be marked according to the
        guidelines of the Illinois Department of Transportation.
    8. Alton Road Runners, Inc. hereby agrees to assume all liabilities and pay all claims for any
        damage which shall be occasioned by the closing described above.
    9. Alton Road Runners, Inc. shall provide a comprehensive general liability insurance policy or an
        additional insured endorsement which has the Illinois Department of Transportation, its
        employees and officials as an insured which protects the State of Illinois from all claims arising
        from the requested road closing.
    10. The city of Alton shall also comply with any other conditions listed in the corresponding
        resolution adopted by the city council of the city of Alton on May 10, 2006.
    11. The Illinois Department of Transportation technical personnel have the sole authority and final
        decision over the traffic control layout.

If you should have any questions, please contact this office or telephone RuAnna Stumpf, Permits Unit
Chief, at (618) 346-3280.

Sincerely,


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Mary C. Lamie, P. E.
Deputy Director of Highways,
Region Five Engineer

s/ Joseph D. Monroe, P.E.
Joseph D. Monroe, P.E.
District Operations Engineer

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     The following Letter was received and placed on file:

                          ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT TRANSPORTATION
                                      Office of the Secretary
                                  2300 South Dirksen Parkway
                                    Springfield, Illinois 62764
                                     Telephone 217/782-5597

August 29, 2007

SUBJECT:           Item No. 21
                   Contract No. 97314
                   Madison County
                   Section 05-00001 -00-WR
                   Project HPP-144(7)
                   BISSELL STREET
                   District 8

Thiems Construction Company, Inc.
5324 Old Alton-Edwardsville Road
P.O. Box 386
Edwardsville, IL 62025-1801

Dear Contractor:

At the letting held by the Illinois Department of Transportation in Springfield on August 03, 2007 your
bid in the amount of $1,332,443.39 was the low bid submitted on the above designated section.

You are hereby awarded the contract for this work at your bid price. Contract and bond forms will be sent
to you under separate cover.

Your attention is called to Illinois Administrative Code, Part 660, Section 660.300, which provides that
the Contract shall be executed by the successful bidder and returned together with the Contract Bond
within 15 days after the contract has been mailed to the bidder.

Before starting any work, please arrange to discuss your plans for prosecuting this work with Ms. Mary
C. Lamie, Deputy Director of Highways, Region Five Engineer, 1102 Eastport Plaza Drive, Collinsville,
Illinois 62234, or telephone (618) 346-3110. No work may be started on this section until the contract has
been executed by the Illinois Department of Transportation.



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                                                Sincerely,

                                                s/ Milton R. Sees, P.E.
                                                Milton R. Sees, P.E.
                                                Acting Secretary

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     The following letter was received and placed on file:

                     ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

               NOTICE OF COMMENT PERIOD AND PUBLIC HEARING
        CONCERNING THE PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF A CONSTRUCTION PERMIT
            TO UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION IN GRANITE CITY

United States Steel Corporation, 600 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15219, has applied to the Illinois
Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) for a pen-nit to construct a cogeneration boiler, a flare,
and a cooling tower at its steel mill in Granite City, Illinois. US Steel plans to construct the new boiler
and cooling tower across Edwardsville Road from the existing blast furnace operations, while the flare
would be located nearer the blast furnaces. US Steel's application shows that this project would not be a
major modification under the federal rules for Prevention of Significant Deterioration, 40 CFR 52.21, or
the state rules for Major Stationary Sources Construction and Modification, 35 IAC Part 203. This is
because the project would be accompanied by contemporaneous decreases in emissions at certain existing
units so that there will not be significant net increases in emissions. In particular, the new boiler, which
would primarily bum blast furnace gas, would replace ten existing boilers at the mill that currently bum
blast furnace gas.

Based on its review of the application, the Illinois EPA has made a preliminary determination that this
project is entitled to a construction permit. The Illinois EPA is holding a public comment period and a
hearing to accept comments from the public on the proposed issuance of a permit for this project, prior to
making a final decision on the application.

The Illinois EPA Bureau of Air will hold a public hearing on November 7, 2007 at 7:00 Pm at the
Knight's of Columbus, 4225 Old Alton Road in Granite City. The hearing will be held to receive
comments and answer questions from the public prior to making a final decision concerning the
application. The hearing will be held under the Illinois EPA's "Procedures for Permit and Closure Plans,"
35 JAC 166, Subpart A. Lengthy comments and questions should be submitted in writing. Requests for
interpreters (including sign language) must be made by October 22, 2007. Any questions about hearing
procedures or requests to address special needs should be made to the Illinois EPA, Gina Roccaforte -
Hearing Officer, Re: US Steel, 1021 N. Grand Ave. E., P.O. Box 19276, Springfield, IL
62794-9276,217/782-5544.

Written comments must sent to the Hearing Officer and be postmarked by midnight, December 7,
2007, unless otherwise specified by the Hearing Officer. Written comments need not be notarized.

Persons wanting more information may obtain copies of the draft permit, and project summary at
www.epa.gov/region5/air/pertnits/ilonline.htm (please look under All Permit Records, State Construction
Permit, New). These documents and the application can also be viewed at the Six Mile Regional Library
District, 2001 Delmar Avenue in Granite City and the Illinois EPA's offices at 2009 Mall Street in



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Collinsville, 618/3465120 and 1340 N. Ninth St., Springfield, 217/782-7027 (for either Illinois EPA
location please call ahead to assure that someone will be available to assist you).

For information or requests about the application or draft permit, please contact: Brad Frost, Community
Relations, Illinois EPA, 1021 N. Grand Ave. E., P.O. Box 19506, Springfield, IL 627949506,
217/782-2113 or 217/782-9143 TDD.

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     The following letter was received and placed on file:

                     ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

NOTICE OF COMMENT PERIOD AND PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE PROPOSED
ISSUANCE OF CONSTRUCTION PERMITS/PSD APPROVALS TO UNITED STATES STEEL
 CORPORATION IN GRANITE CITY AND GATEWAY ENERGY & COKE COMPANY, LLC
                            IN GRANITE CITY

Gateway Energy & Coke Co., LLC, c/o SunCoke Co., Parkside Plaza, 11400 Parkside Dr., Knoxville,
TN, 37934, has applied for a permit from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) to
construct a heat recovery coke plant on Edwardsville Road in Granite City (Application No. 06070020).
The proposed plant is designed to have 120 coke ovens in three batteries with the capability of producing
up to 740,000 tons of coke per year. The coke would be used at the neighboring United States Steel (USS)
Granite City Works in the production of iron or sold for use at other sources. The proposed plant would
also generate steam, which would be sent to the Granite City Works, from the waste heat from the coke
manufacturing process.

United States Steel (USS) Corp., 6 00 Grant St., Pittsburgh, PA, 15219, under a separate application
(Application No. 06070088), has applied for a coke conveyance system. This system would transfer and
handle coke from the Gateway plant to USS.

Gateway's proposed coke plant and USS's coke conveyance system are considered to be a single project
for purposes of the federal rules for Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), 40 CFR 52.21, and the
state rules for Major Stationary Sources Construction and Modification (MSSCAM), 35 IAC Part 203.
This project would be a major modification for emissions particulate matter (PM) under MSSCAM and
PSD, as it would potentially be accompanied by significant increases in PM emissions.

Based on its review of the applications, the Illinois EPA has made a preliminary determination that this
project is entitled to construction permits. The Illinois EPA is holding a public comment period and a
hearing to accept comments from the public on the proposed issuance of permits for this project, prior to
making a final decision on the applications.

The Illinois EPA Bureau of Air will hold a public hearing on November 8. 2007 at 7:00 pm at the
Knights of Columbus, 4225 Old Alton Road in Granite City. The hearing will be held to receive
comments and answer questions from the public prior to making a final decision concerning the
applications. The hearing will be held under the Illinois EPA's "Procedures for Permit and Closure Plans,"
35 IAC 166, Subpart A. Lengthy comments and questions should be submitted in writing. Requests for
interpreters (including sign language) must be made by October 22, 2007. Any questions about hearing
procedures or requests to address special needs should be made to the Illinois EPA, John Kim - Hearing
Officer, Re: Gateway Energy, 1021 N. Grand Ave. E., P.O. Box 19276, Springfield, IL
62794-9276,217/782-5544.


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Written comments must sent to the Hearing Officer and be postmarked by midnight December
8,2007, unless otherwise specified by the Hearing Officer. Written comments need not be notarized.

Persons wanting more information may obtain copies of the draft permits, and project summary at
www.epa.gov/region5/air/permits/ilonline.htm (please look under All Permit Records, Major NSR, New).
These documents and the application can also be viewed at the Six Mile Regional Library District, 2001
Delmar Avenue in .Granite City and the Illinois EPA's offices at 2009 Mall Street in Collinsville,
618/346-5120 and 1340 N. Ninth St., Springfield, 217/782-7027 (for either Illinois EPA location please
call ahead to assure that someone will be available to assist you).

For information or requests about the application or draft permit, please contact: Brad Frost, Community
Relations, Illinois EPA, 1021 N. Grand Ave. E., P.O. Box 19506, Springfield, IL 627949506,
217/782-2113 or 217/782-9143 TDD.

As a major modification, the PM emissions from the new units that are part of the project are subject to
Best Available Control Technology (BACT) and Lowest Achievable Emission Rate (LAER), under PSD
and MSSCAM, respectively. Baghouses for the charging, coking, and crushing/screening operations,
multicyclone for the pushing operations, baffles and cleaned water for the quenching operation, and
paving/watering for roads and storage piles are proposed. The Illinois EPA's initial review concludes that
these measures and other proposed control measures will provide BACT and LAER for the project.

Under MSSCAM, Gateway and USS must obtain emissions offsets from the existing sources in the St.
Louis/Metro-East nonattainment area for the net increase in particulate matter emissions from the project.

The air quality analysis submitted by Gateway and reviewed by the Illinois EPA shows that the proposed
project will not cause violations of the ambient air quality standards for PM10 or applicable PSD
increments. For PM1, as PM10, the maximum PSD increment consumption is 28.8 mg/m3 24-hour average
and 11.9 mg/m3 annual average, compared to the PSD increments of 30 mg/m3 24-hour and 17 mg/m3
annual.

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     The following letter was received and placed on file:

                     ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                              PUBLIC NOTICE
   PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF A CLEAN AIR ACT PERMIT PROGRAM PERMIT TO OLIN
                       CORPORATION IN EAST ALTON

Olin Corporation has requested a Clean Air Act Permit Program (CAAPP) pen-nit from the Illinois
Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) to regulate air emissions from its brass alloy strip and
small arms ammunition manufacturing facility located at 427 North Shamrock Street in East Alton. Based
on its review of the application, the Illinois EPA has made a preliminary determination that the
application meets the standards for issuance and has prepared a draft permit for public review.

The Illinois EPA is accepting comments on the draft permit. Comments must be postmarked by midnight
October 19, 2007. If sufficient interest is expressed in a permit, a hearing may be held. Requests for
information, comments, and questions should be directed to Brad Frost, Division of Air Pollution Control,



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Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, PO. Box 19506, Springfield, Illinois 627949506, phone 2
17/7822113, TDD phone number 217/782-9143.

Persons wanting more information may obtain copies of the draft permit and project summary at
www.epa.gov/region5/air/permits/ilonline.htm (please look under All Permit Records, Title V, New).
These documents and the application are available at the Illinois EPA's offices at 2009 Mall Street in
Collinsville, 618/346-5120 and 1340 North Ninth St., Springfield, 217/782-7027 (for either location,
please call ahead to assure that someone will be available to assist you). Copies of the documents will be
made available upon request.

The CAAPP is Illinois' operating permit program for major sources of emissions as required by Title V of
the Clean Air Act (Act). The conditions of CAAPP permits are enforceable by the public, as well as by
the USEPA and Illinois EPA. In addition to implementing Title V of the Act, CAAPP permits may
contain "Title I Conditions," i.e., conditions established under the permit programs for new and modified
emission units, pursuant to Title I of the Act. This permit contains TI conditions in sections 7.1.6, 7.2.6,
7.3.6, 7.4.6, 7.5.6, 7.6.6, and 7.8.6 that were established in previously issued permits. The draft permit
contains new Tl conditions established by this application in sections 7.6.6 and 7.8.6. The draft permit
contains revisions to previously established TI conditions in sections 7.2.6, 7.6.6, and 7.8.6.

                                            **********

     The following letter was received and placed on file:

                     ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                             PUBLIC NOTICE
  PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF A CONSTRUCTION PERMIT TO VERASUN GRANITE CITY,
                                  LLC

VeraSun Granite City, LLC, 5109 South Crossing Place, Suite 4, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 57108, has
applied for a permit from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) to construct an
ethanol manufacturing plant to be located at Illinois Highway 3 and Schaefer Road in Granite City. The
project would have a nominal design capacity of 120 million gallons per year of denatured ethanol and
would use natural gas as fuel. The project would not be a major new source of air emissions as defined by
the federal Prevention of-Significant Deterioration (PSD) rules, 40 CFR 52.21. Based on its review of the
application, the Illinois EPA has made a preliminary determination that this project will comply with the
applicable environmental regulations and has prepared a draft permit for public review.

The Illinois EPA is accepting comments prior to making a final decision on the application for this
project. Comments must be postmarked by midnight November 6, 2007. If sufficient interest is
expressed in this matter, a hearing may be held. Comments, questions and requests for information,
should be directed to Brad Frost, Bureau of Air, Illinois EPA, P. 0. Box 19506, Springfield, IL
62794-9506, phone 217/782-2113, TDD 217/782-9143.

Persons wanting more information may view the draft permit and project summary at
www.epa.gov/region5/air/permits/ilonline.htm (please look under All Permit Records, State Construction
Permits, New). These documents and the application may also be viewed at the Illinois EPA's offices at
2009 Mall Street, Collinsville, 618/346-5120 and 1340 N. Ninth St., Springfield, 217/782-7027 (please
call ahead to assure that someone will be available to assist you). Copies of the documents will be made
available upon request.



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                                              **********

                                       STATE OF ILLINOIS
                            ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
                            2200 Churchill Road, Springfield, IL 62794-9276

         NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMIT TO MANAGE WASTE (LPC-PA16)

                                             Date October 5, 2007

To Elected Officials and Concerned Citizens:

The purpose of this notice is to inform you that a permit application has been submitted to the IEPA,
Bureau of Land, for a solid waste project described below. You are not obligated to respond to this
notice, however if you have any comments, please submit them in writing to the address below, or call the
Permit Section at 217/524-3300, within twenty-one (21) days.

                                  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
                                     Bureau of Land, Permit Section (#33)
                                 2200 Churchill Road, Post Office Box 19276
                                       Springfield, Illinois 62794-9276

The permit application, which is identified below, is for a project described at the bottom of this page.

SITE IDENTIFICATION

Site Nam e: Granite City Steel                               Site # (IEPA): 1190400001

Address: 20th and State Street

City: Granite City                                           County: Madison

TYPE PERMIT SUBMISSIONS:


New Landfill                         Landfill                     X     General Municipal Refuse
Landfill Expansion                   Land Treatment                     Hazardous
First Significant
    Modification                     Transfer Station                   Special (Non Hazardous)             X
Significant Modifications                                               Chemical Only
    to Operate                       Treatment Facility                     (exec. putrescible)
Other Significant                                                       Inert Only
    Modification                                                            (exec. chem & putrescible)
Renewal of Landfill                  Incinerator                        Used Oil
Development                          Composting                         Solvents
Operating                            Recycling/Reclamation              Landscape/Yard Waste

Supplemental                 X       Other                              Other (Specify ________)
Transfer


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Name Change
Generic

DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT:
Assessment Monitoring Report for Dissolved Potassium Well G122


                                                   LPC-PA16
                                        Public Notification Requirements
                                           Granite City Steel Landfill

Site #: 1190400001                                              County: Madison
Facility: Granite City Steel Landfill                         Street: 1520 20th Street
City: Granite City                                            Zip Code: 62040-5301

The attached PA-16 form was sent to the following public officials:

States Attorney                                              Representative
Honorable William A. Mudge                                   Thomas Holbrook, District 113
Madison County Administration Building                       9200 W. Main Street Suite 4
157 N. Main Street, Suite 402                                Belleville, IL 62223
Edwardsville, IL 62025

County Board Chairman                                        Jerry F. Costello, District 12
Mr. Alan J. Dunstan                                          1363 Niedringhaus Avenue
Madison County Administration Building                       Granite City, IL 62040
157 N. Main Street, Suite 165
Edwardsville, IL 62025

Senator                                                      James F. Clayborne, Jr., District 57
Honorable William R. Haine, District 56                      327 Missouri Ave.
307 Henry, Suite 210                                         Suite 422
Alton, IL 62002                                              East St. Louis, EL 62201

City Clerks                                                  County Clerk
City Clerk                                                   Honorable Mark A. Von Nida
City of Madison                                              Madison County Administration Building
615 Madison Ave.                                             157 N. Main Street, Suite 109
Madison, IL 62060,                                           P.O. Box 218
                                                             Edwardsville, IL 62025
City Clerk
City of Granite City
2000 Edison Ave.
Granite City, IL 62040

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     The following letter was received and placed on file:




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                                            SAFETY-KLEEN

September 25, 2007

All Interested Parties
Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc.
Facility Mailing List

RE:      1630250007 - St. Clair County
         Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc.
         Caseyville Service Center
         ILD981097819
         Class I Modification - RCRA Part B Permit
         RCRA Log No. 87-M-34

Dear Sir or Madam:

Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc., with this submittal, constitutes notice of Class I modification to the RCRA
Part B Permit. It has been identified as a Class I modification by the regulations set forth in IAC Section
703.280(a). The RCRA Part B Permit for this facility has been modified to reflect current operations at
the facility. The modification includes the following change:

I . Modification request according to IAC Section 703. Appendix A (A)(1) - General Permit Provisions
Administrative and informational changes. The site contact person information has been modified to
reflect a change in information on EPA Form 870023. Additionally, Prior Conduct Certification
Evaluation for RCRA Hazardous Waste Facility Personnel forms has been modified and updated for key
facility personnel.

If you would like copies of attachments to this modification, please notify Safety-Kleen in writing. In
accordance with Class I permit modification provisions, Safety-Kleen is providing notice to the Illinois
Environmental Protection Agency, local authorities, and all interested parties listed on the facility mailing
list.

If you have any questions, please call me at 417/866-6412.

Sincerely,

s/ Mark Reppond
Mark Reppond
EHS Manager
Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc.
734 N. West Bypass 66
Springfield, MO 65802

                                             **********

      The following Public Notice was received and placed on file:

                                            PUBLIC NOTICE

Issued By:


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Alton Steel, Inc.
#5 Cut Street
Alton, IL 62002
(618)463-4490

In accordance with 35 111. Adm. Code 703.281(a)(2), Alton Steel, Inc. is hereby providing notice of a
Class I* modification to its RCRA Part B Permit (#B- I 60-M-9).

In a letter dated August 1, 2007, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) approved
modifications to the cost estimates for: (1) post-closure care of the Consolidated Waste Pile; (2) closure of
the Rod Patenting Building; and (3) corrective action activities at several Solid Waste Management Units
and for the Perimeter Groundwater Monitoring Program.

Additional information can be requested by contacting:

Illinois EPA
Bureau of Land
Permit Section
1021 North Grand Avenue East
Post Office Box 19276
Springfield, Illinois 62794-9276
(217)782-3397

                                             **********

        The following Report was submitted and read:

                             RECEIPTS FOR SEPTEMBER, 2007
                                   COUNTY CLERK

Marriage License issued @$20.00                                                             3,680.00
Certified Copies: Marriage ($1,664.00) Births ($5,160.00) Deaths ($276.00) Jurets           7,196.00
    ($6.00) Miscellaneous Receipts ($90.00)
Registering Notary Commissions:                                                               375.00
17@ $5.00, 29@ $10.00
Registering Certificates of Ownership:                                                        654.00
 2@ $1.50, 21@ $31.00
Registering Plats @ $5.00 each                                                                155.00
Genealogy Records                                                                             207.00
Automation Fees                                                                             3,308.00
Amusement Licenses                                                                             00.00
Mobile Home Licenses                                                                           00.00
Redemption Clerk Fees                                                                      13,271.00
Tax Deeds Issued                                                                               10.00
Tax Sale Automation Fees                                                                       00.00

Total                                                                                     $28,856.00


    *This amount turned over to the County Treasurer in Daily Deposits.


                                                    -14-
State of Illinois       )
                        )
County of Madison       )

    I, Mark Von Nida, County Clerk, do solemnly swear that the foregoing, is in all respect, just
and true, according to my best knowledge and belief; that I have neither received directly or
indirectly agreed to receive, or be paid, for my own, or another's benefit, any other money, article
or consideration then herewith stated, or am I entitled to any fee or emolument for the period
herein stated, or am I entitled to any fee or emolument for the period therein mentioned than
herein specified.

                                                       s/ Mark Von Nida
                                                       Mark Von Nida, County Clerk
Subscribed and sworn before me this 1ST Day of October, 2007

s/ Colleen A. Spudich
Notary Public.

My Commission expired 08/24/2009.

                                                  ****

                                        MATT MELUCCI
                                  CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
                                     EARNED FEES REPORT
                                      GENERAL ACCOUNT
                                      DATE: October 10, 2007


 ASSETS
 Cash in Bank                                   $2,877,005.77
 Time Certificates                               1,859,000.00
                                                                         $4,736,005.77
 LIABILITIES
 Excess Fees Due County Treasurer                   818,593.41
 Library Fees                                        15,630.00
 Child Support Maintenance                            6,075.00
 2% Surcharge                                           348.42
 2.5% TSP Fees                                            0.00
 Record Search                                          642.00
 Probation Fees-Adult                                11,301.33
 Probation Fees-Juvenile                              1,200.00
 Probation Fees-Superv.                              18,569.50
 Court Security Fee                                  61,445.23
 Document Storage Fees                               32,222.50


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Finance Court System Fee               18,472.32
Arrestee's Medical Fees                 3,241.47
15% Arrestee's Med. Fees                  572.03
Office Automation Fees                 32,225.00
Total                               1,020,538.21
Balance Due Liability Ledger        3,715,467.56
                                                      $4,736,005.77
ADJUSTMENTS
Aug Adj                              412,791.77
Aug Ref Sept                             -79.50
Sept Ref Oct                              90.00
Aug PP Sept                                0.00
Sept PP Oct                                0.00
Aug Bd Ref Sept                       -5,526.00
Sept Bd Ref Oct                        7,015.00
Aug DUI% Sept                        -28,775.60
Sept DUI% Oct                         25,167.50
Aug PRF Sept                            -470.00
Sept PRF Oct                             396.50
NSF Cks                                 -515.00
Honored Cks                              345.00
Ref/Prior Bus Void/Not Reissued          129.50
Sept Adj                             410,569.17

                                MATT MELUCCI
                   MADISON COUNTY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT CLERK
                              EARNED FEES EPORT
                               GENERAL ACCOUNT

Period ending September 30, 2007

Fee Title                           EOM Date       Monthly Receipts   YTD Receipts
2%                                     9/30/07              $348.42       $3,517.83
TSP FEE 2.5%                           9/30/07                $0.00           $0.00
AIDS                                   9/30/07                $0.00           $0.00
ARR MED 15%                            9/30/07              $572.03       $5,623.82
BONDS                                  9/30/07           $24,749.80    $265,865.98
CLERK FEE                              9/30/07         $358,376.54    $3,816,728.10
CHILD SUPPORT                          9/30/07            $6,075.00      $72,257.85
DRUG ABUSE                             9/30/07                $0.00           $0.00



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FIN COURT                                             9/30/07             $18,472.32           $196,503.26
INTEREST                                              9/30/07             $10,429.15           $100,018.19
JURY DEMAND                                           9/30/07             $14,468.75           $170,761.75
REC SRCH                                              9/30/07                $642.00             $6,268.00

               For Destination Gen Rev                      $434,134.01

ARR MED 85%                                           9/30/07              $3,241.47            $31,868.18
COURT SEC                                             9/30/07             $61,445.23           $637,904.09
DOC STOR                                              9/30/07             $32,222.50           $331,211.25
LIB FEES                                              9/30/07             $15,630.00           $171,674.60
OFF AUTO                                              9/30/07             $32,225.00           $328,526.79
PROB ADULT                                            9/30/07             $11,301.33           $137,568.93
PROB JUVEN                                            9/30/07              $1,200.00           $175,739.80
PROB SUPER                                            9/30/07             $18,569.50                 $0.00
VCVA                                                  9/30/07                  $0.00                 $0.00
          For Destination Spec Fund                         $175,835.03

For Period Ending September 30, 2007                        $609,969.04


Authorized Signature: Carol French
Date:October 5, 2007


  I, MATT MELUCCI, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, do solemnly swear that
to my knowledge, the foregoing is just and true, and neither directely nor indrectely have I agreed to
receive or be paid for my own use or another's benefit, nor am I entitled to any other emolument for the
period stated herein.

                                                                  s/ Matt Melucci
                                                                  MATT MELUCCI
                                                                  Clerk of the Circuit Court
                                                                  Madison County, Illinois
STATE OF ILLINOIS                          )
                                           ) SS
COUNTY OF MADISON                          )

   Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of September, 2007.

                                                                  s/ Stacey D. Turner
                                                                  NOTARY PUBLIC



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    My commission expires 3-3-11

                                                       ****

                                       DANIEL R. DONOHOO
                                    RECORDER MADISON COUNTY

                     MONTHLY REPORT OF RECORDER SEPTEMBER, 2007

RECEIPTS

TOTAL RECORDING FEES                                               $139,624.00
TOTAL RECORDING FEES                                               $139,624.00      $139,624.000

MISCEALLENOUS RECEIPTS (PER INV)                                     $13,693.90
TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS                                         $13,693.90      $13,693.905

TOTAL RECORDING FEES DUE MADISON CO.                                                $153,317.905

AUTOMATION FEES INCLUDED IN RECORDING FEE
RECORDER AUTOMATION @4.00 PR DOC.                                    $18,118.00
GIS AUTOMATION FEE @2.00 PER DOC.                                     $9,014.00        $27,132.00

RECORDER PORTION OF COUNTY RHSP                                      $2,003.50
COUNTY PROTION OF COUNTY RHSP                                        $2,003.50
STATE PORTION OF RHSP                                              $36,063.000         $40,070.00

ON-LINE COMPUTER FEES                                                $7,305792
MICROFILM FEES                                                       $2,255.00          $9,560.79

                                SPECIAL FUND RETAINED BY RECORDER

BALANCE IN REVENUE STAMP FUND, Aug. 30, 2007                                                            $373,969.50
METER RECEIPTS
DESCENDING REGISTER,AUG. 2007                                      $355,005.40
METER SETTING SEPT. 2007                                                 $0.00
STAMPS PURCHASED                                                         $0.00
TOTAL REVENUE STAMPS                                               $355,005.40

LESS DESCENDING RG SEPT. 2007                                      $253,377.40
CREDIT CLAIM MADE                                                        $0.00
TOTAL METER RECEIPTS                                               $101,628.00        $101,628.00
LESS DISBURSEMENTS FOR SEPT. 2007                                                     $240,000.00
                                                                                     $101,628.00)       $101,628.00

LOOSE STAMPS HELD IN INVENTORY                                                                           $15,000.00

BALANCE IN REVENUE STAMS ACCOUNT AS OF SEPTEMBER 2007                                                 $490,597.500

I, Daniel R. Donohoo, do solemnly swear that the foregoing report is in all respects just and true according to the



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best of my knowledge and belief.

                                                           s/ Daniel R. Donohoo
                                                           DANIEL R. DONOHOO, RECORDER

                                               ****
 The following Report was received and placed on file:

                                       STEPHEN P. NONN
                                   MADISON COUNTY CORONER

                                           September 30, 2007

 The following statistics are submitted for review by members of the Public Safety Committee of the
 Madison County Board. This is the summary for October 2007. Detailed statistics are attached for
 further information and review.


 Detailed statistics are attached for further information and review.

                       CORONER OFFICE STATISTICS FOR OCTOBER 2007

 Coroner's Cases                                                         25
 Medical Cases                                                           45
 Hospice Cases                                                           63
 Bone Case                                                                0
 Other                                                                    0
 Total Death Investigations                                             133

                                           02 Coroner's Inquest


 Accidental Verdicts                                                     8
 Suicide Verdicts                                                        0
 Homicide Verdicts                                                       0
 Natural Verdicts                                                        0
 Undermined                                                              0

                                   10 Administrative Review Verdicts

 Accidental Verdicts                                                     9
 Suicide Verdicts                                                        1
 Homicide Verdicts                                                       0
 Natural Verdicts                                                        0
 Undermined                                                              0




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                                       15 Autopsy Cases

                                  38 Cremation Permits Issued


             Respectfully submitted

             s/ Stephen P. Nonn
             Stephen P. Nonn
             Madison County Coroner

                        5 ACCIDENTAL DEATHS SEPTEMBER 2007

                                                    MALE        FEMALE   TOTAL
Asphyxiation/Suffocation                                                   0
Aspiration                                           1                     1
Bowel Obstruction                                                 1        1
Carbon Monoxide                                                            0
Crushing                                                                   0
Drowning                                                                   0
Electrocution                                                              0
Fall                                                                       0
Fire                                                                       0
Gunshot                                                                    0
Hanging                                                                    0
Heat Stroke                                                                0
Complications of a Hip Fracture                      1            1        2
Overdose/Intoxication (Alcohol)                                            0
Overdose/Intoxication (Drugs)                                              0
Positional Asphyxia                                                        0
Post-Operative Complications                                               0
Stabbing                                                                   0
Vehicular                                            1                     1
Environmental (Heat)                                                       0
Environmental (Cold)                                                       0
TOTAL                                                3            2        5

                          139 NATURAL DEATHS SEPTEMBER 2007

                                                    MALE        FEMALE   TOTAL
Acute Myocardial Infarction                          7            6       13
Adrenal Insufficiency                                                     0
ALS                                                               1       1


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Alzheimer’s Disease                            1   6   7
Anemia                                                 0
Aortic Aneurysm                                        0
Aortic Stenosis                                        0
Appendicitis                                           0
Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease                          0
Asbestosis                                             0
Aspiration                                             0
Asthma                                                 0
Bacteremia                                              0
Biliary Cancer                                          0
Bladder Cancer                                         0
Bone Cancer                                        1   1
Bowel Obstruction                              1       1
Brain Cancer                                            0
Breast Cancer                                      1    1
Cancer of Head & Neck                                   0
Cancer of Spine                                        0
Cardiac Arrhythmia                                 2    2
Cardiomyopathy                                 1   1   2
Cerebral Palsy                                     1   1
Cerebral Vascular Hemorrhage                   3   5    8
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease              3   3
Cirrhosis                                      1       1
Colorectal Cancer                                       0
Colon Cancer                                   1   1    2
Congestive Heart Failure                       4   7   11
Coronary Artery Disease                            2   2
Cystic Fibrosis                                        0
Debility                                       3   2   5
DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)                              0
Degenerative Neurologic Disorder                       0
Dehydration                                            0
Dementia                                           3    3
Diabetes Mellitus                                      0
Diabetes Type II                                        0
Disecting Duodenal Ulcer                                0
Emphysema                                              0
Endocarditis                                           0
Endometrial Cancer                                 1    1
Esophageal Cancer                                  1    1



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Failure to Thrive                       3    4    7
Gangrene                                         0
Gastric Cancer                                    0
G.I. Bleeding                                1    1
Gleoblastoma                                      0
Gynecological Cancer                              0
Heart Disease                                1    1
Heart Failure                                    0
Hepatitis                                         0
HIV/AIDS                                         0
Hodgkin’s Disease                                0
Hypertension                                     0
Influenza                                        0
Intracerebral Bleed                               0
Intracranial Bleed                                0
Kidney Disease                          1         1
Kidney Failure                          1    1    2
Larynx Cancer                                     0
Leukemia                                     1   1
Liver Cancer                                     0
Liver Disease                                    0
Lung Cancer                             15   3   18
Lymphoma                                         0
Malignant Melanoma                      1    2    3
Malignant Neoplasm Endometrium               1    1
Meningitis                                       0
Metabolic Acidosis                               0
Metastatic Cancer                                 0
Metastatic Melanoma                               0
Metastatic Lymphoma                               0
Mouth Cancer                                     0
Multiple Sclerosis                               0
Myelodioplasia                                    0
Myeloma                                          0
Myocarditis                                      0
Neck Cancer                                       0
Organic Brain Syndrome                           0
Oropharyngeal Dysphagia                          0
Ovarian Cancer                               2    2
Pancreatic Cancer                       2    1    3
Pancreatitis                                      0



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Parkinson’s Disease                                          2      2
Peritonitis                                                          0
Pituitary Disorders                                                  0
Pneumonia                                       1            2      3
Progressive Systemic Sclerosis                                       0
Prostate Cancer                                 1                    1
Pulmonary Embolism                              1                   1
Pulmonary Fibrosis                                                  0
Rectal Cancer                                                        0
Renal Cancer                                                         0
Renal Failure                                   2            2       4
Respiratory Arrest                                                   0
Respiratory Distress                                                 0
Respiratory Failure                                          1       1
Septic Shock                                    1                    1
Septicemia                                      2            1       3
Sinus Cancer                                                         0
Skin Cancer                                                          0
Stomach Cancer                                  1                    1
Stroke                                                              0
Sudden Cardiac Death                                                 0
Testicular Cancer                                                    0
Thrombocytopenia                                                     0
Thyroid Disorders                                                   0
Ulcers                                                               0
Uterine Cancer                                                1      1
Open Cases                                      12            7     19
TOTAL                                           66           77    143

                          1 HOMICIDES MONTH SEPTEMBER 2007

                                               MALE    FEMALE     TOTAL
Suffocation                                                         0
Bludgeoning                                                         0
Gunshot                                                             0
Multiple Blunt Force Trauma                     1                   1
Crusing                                                             0
Drowning                                                            0
Electrocution                                                       0
Fall                                                                0
Fire                                                                0



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Hanging                                                             0
Overdose/Intoxication (Alcohol)                                     0
Overdose/Intonication (Drugs)                                       0
Poisoning                                                           0
Stabbing                                                            0
Vehicular                                                           0
TOTAL                                                       1   0   1

                                  1 MISCELLANEOUS MONTH 2007

Animal Remains                                                      0
Assist Police Agency                                                0
County Car Accident                                         1
Bone Case                                                           0
Death Notification                                                  0
TOTAL                                                       1   0   0

                             1 SUICIDES MONTH SEPTEMBER 2007

Asphyxiation                                                1       1
Suffocation                                                         0
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning                                           0
Gunshot                                                             0
Crushing                                                            0
Drowning                                                            0
Electrocution                                                       0
Exsanguination                                                      0
Fall                                                                0
Fire                                                                0
Hanging                                                             0
Overdose/Intoxication (Alcohol)                                     0
Overdose/Intoxication (Drugs)                                       0
Pending Cases                                                       0
Poisoning                                                           0
Stabbing                                                            0
Vehicular                                                           0
TOTAL                                                       0   0   1

                                               ****

    The following Report was received and placed on file:

                 REGIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION MONTHLY REPORT
                                SEPTEMBER 2007


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The following represent the number of persons served in the identified areas by the Regional Office of
Education for the period of September 1 through September 30, 2007

               Certification
                     Total Certificates Issued                    61
                     Total Certificates Processed                 56
                     Total Duplicates Processed                    6
                     Total Endorsements Processed                  7
                     Total Educators Registered                  163
                     Total Certificates Registered               205
                     Total Teacher Aid Approvals Issued           26
                     Total Substitute Certificates Issued         43

               G.E.D.
                    Total Tests Given                             40

               Bus Driver
                    Total Drivers Trained                         12

               Fingerprinting
                    Total Persons Fingerprinted                  174

               Workshops
                   Total Attendees (2 Workshops)                  39

               Administrators' Academies
                   Total Attendees (1 Academy)                    19


                                                  ****

       The following Report was received and placed on file:

                                        OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF
                                    MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS
                                         405 Randle Street
                                     Edwardsville, Illinois 62025

                                              October 1, 2007
 Mr. Alan Dunstan, Chairman
 and Members of the Madison County Board
 Madison County Administration Building
 Edwardsville, Illinois 62025

 RE:                  Jail Population
                      September 2007



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Dear Chairman Dunstan,


Attached please find a daily census report which indicates the number of people in jail on any one given
date for the above month.


This report is forwarded for the information of the Members of the County Board so they may be kept
current on the use and population of the Madison County Jail.


Please note that the maximum capacity certified for the Madison County Jail by the Illinois Department
of Corrections is 296.

                                    Sincerely,

                                    s/ Robert J. Hertz
                                    Robert J. Hertz, Sheriff
                                    Madison County

                                    MADISON COUNTY JAIL
                                  DAILY POPULATION REPORT
                                       September 1, 2007

DAY                       1          2            3        4          5          6         7          8
MALE                    254        259        255        253       260        259        248        250
FEMALE                   42         46         39         39        36         32         32         29
TOTAL                   296        305        294        292       296        291        280        279

DAY                       9         10           11       12        13         14         15         16
MALE                    244        244        248        248       242        244        240        232
FEMALE                   29         28         30         31        28         31         33         28
TOTAL                   273        272        278        279       270        275        273        260

DAY                      17         18           19       20        21         22         23         24
MALE                    237        252        237        240       234        233        236        239
FEMALE                   30         26         28         26        30         31         30         29
TOTAL                   267        278        265        266       264        264        266        268

DAY                      25         26           27       28        29         30
MALE                    235        226        236        229       226        221
FEMALE                   29         25         23         22        22         22
TOTAL                   264        251        259        251       248        243


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The average Daily Population Count for the Madison County Jail in September 2007 was 272.



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    The following report was received and placed on file:

                   MADISON COUNTY SHELTERED CARE HOME
           DAILY AVERAGE REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 2007

No. Residents                                                 Total Residents
September 1, 2007           Admitted      Discharged        September 30, 2007   No. Days Served
IDPA           27             0                 0                27                810
PVT             7             0                 0                 7                210
TOTAL          34             0                 0                34               1020

                                                        s/ Donna Marrone
                                                        Donna Marrone, Administrator


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                                                 -27-
                                             Fred Bathon, Madison County Treasurer
                                                         September 2007
                                            Report of County Investments (by Company)

    Company                     Account           Type            Fund                  Deposit    Maturity          Rate           Amount
ASSOCIATED BANK             2908154628     CD             Investment Pool         12/9/2006    12/9/2007      4.71          $   1,000,000.00
ASSOCIATED BANK             2908138307     CD             Investment Pool         4/2/2007     10/29/2007     4.53          $     500,000.00
                                                                                                                            $   1,500,000.00

ASSOCIATED BANK             2267102016     Money Market   Investment Pool         5/10/2007                   1.00          $    752,963.54
                                                                                                                            $    752,963.54

BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE        175132409      Money Market   Investment Pool         12/2/1997                   1.95          $   5,939,205.11
                                                                                                                            $   5,939,205.11

CARROLLTON BANK             40005545       CD             Investment Pool         8/19/2006    8/19/2008       4.91         $   2,000,000.00
CARROLLTON BANK             40005276       CD             Investment Pool         10/14/2006   10/14/2007      4.91         $   2,000,000.00
CARROLLTON BANK             40006010       CD             Investment Pool         4/2/2007     11/2/2007       3.55         $   1,000,000.00
CARROLLTON BANK             40006227       CD             Investment Pool         7/12/2007    10/11/2007      4.910        $   2,000,000.00
                                                                                                                            $   7,000,000.00

COLLECTOR BANKS                            DD             Investment Pool                                      1.01         $    150,000.00
                                                                                                                            $    150,000.00

COLLINSVILLE BLDG. & LOAN   010570011246   CD             Investment Pool         12/28/2006   1/11/2008       4.85         $    100,000.00
                                                                                                                            $    100,000.00

EDWARD JONES                31331VEA       FFCB           Investment Pool         11/14/2005   11/1/2010       5.10         $    139,043.09
                                                                                                                            $    139,043.09

EDWARD JONES                31339XZ56      FHLB           Investment Pool         7/14/2003    6/30/2009       3.10         $    200,451.05
EDWARD JONES                31339XZ49      FHLB           Investment Pool         7/17/2003    7/8/2008        2.50         $    425,000.00
EDWARD JONES                31339YKT8      FHLB           Investment Pool         7/24/2003    7/23/2008       3.00         $    115,000.00
                                                                                                                            $    740,451.05

EDWARD JONES                3136F5GC9      FNMA           Investment Pool         3/15/2004    3/15/2009       3.00         $    388,904.10
                                                                                                                            $    388,904.10

FIRST COLLINSVILLE BANK     811225723      CD             Investment Pool         2/15/2007    10/15/2007      4.81         $    100,000.00
                                                                                                                            $    100,000.00

GOLDMAN SACHS               206573457      Money Market   Investment Pool         12/31/2004                   4.33         $     69,210.06
                                                                                                                            $     69,210.06

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      Company                  Account        Type           Fund                Deposit    Maturity     Rate           Amount
GRANITE CITY STEEL & FCU   112003116     CD          Investment Pool       11/14/2006   11/14/2007     4.75     $    100,000.00
                                                                                                                $    100,000.00

IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Use Tax       5/18/2007                   4.76     $      46,145.00
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Inheritance   6/5/2007                    4.76     $         116.70
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - MFT           6/7/2007                    4.76     $     375,550.90
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Rd Dist MFT   6/7/2007                    4.76     $     100,017.07
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Supp Sales    6/7/2007                    4.76     $     569,211.11
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Sales Tax     6/7/2007                    4.76     $      82,708.60
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Use Tax       6/25/2007                   4.76     $      56,090.26
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Income Tax    6/25/2007                   4.76     $     453,781.64
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Inheritance   7/7/2007                    4.76     $     114,184.44
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Replacement   7/7/2007                    4.76     $     642,186.77
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Rd Dist MFT   7/7/2007                    4.76     $      81,446.52
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - MFT           7/7/2007                    4.76     $     305,198.56
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Sales Tax     7/11/2007                   4.76     $      86,304.11
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Supp Sales    7/11/2007                   4.76     $     537,290.91
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Income Tax    7/26/2007                   4.76     $     449,317.22
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Use Tax       7/26/2007                   4.76     $      57,214.34
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Sales Tax     8/7/2007                    4.76     $      87,741.18
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Supp Sales    8/7/2007                    4.76     $     547,996.75
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - MFT           8/9/2007                    4.76     $     362,011.67
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Rd Dist MFT   8/9/2007                    4.76     $      96,597.25
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Replacement   8/9/2007                    4.76     $     283,253.30
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Use Tax       8/23/2007                   4.76     $      62,247.67
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Inheritance   8/28/2007                   4.76     $      13,983.75
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Supp Sales    9/10/2007                   4.76     $     576,180.93
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Inheritance   9/10/2007                   4.76     $      19,796.16
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Sales Tax     9/10/2007                   4.76     $      86,654.75
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - MFT           9/11/2007                   4.76     $     360,816.79
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Rd Dist MFT   9/11/2007                   4.76     $      96,277.00
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Income Tax    9/13/2007                   4.76     $     269,701.13
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPTIP - Use Tax       9/27/2007                   4.76     $      72,507.43
IPTIP - 061                7139125061    MM          IPITP - Inv. Pool     9/30/2007                   4.76     $      25,227.78
                                                                                                                $   6,917,757.69

LIBERTY BANK               35743         CD          Investment Pool       11/22/2006   11/22/2007     4.28     $   1,000,000.00
                                                                                                                $   1,000,000.00

PARTNERS BANK              1001937657    CD          Investment Pool       5/17/2006    2/28/2008      4.52     $   1,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK              2603101       CD          Investment Pool       6/25/2006    6/25/2008      4.52     $   2,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK              2605951       CD          Investment Pool       9/9/2006     5/9/2008       4.54     $     100,000.00
PARTNERS BANK              2605963       CD          Investment Pool       9/21/2006    5/21/2008      4.54     $   1,000,000.00

                                                          -29-
    Company                        Account          Type            Fund            Deposit    Maturity    Rate            Amount
PARTNERS BANK               1001658308       CD             Investment Pool   3/1/2007     2/28/2008      4.62    $    1,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK               2606094          CD             Investment Pool   3/28/2007    3/28/2008       4.30   $     700,000.00
PARTNERS BANK               1002125478       CD             Investment Pool   7/12/2007    1/10/2008       4.31   $   2,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK               1002201832       CD             Investment Pool   7/26/2007    7/24/2008       4.76   $     500,000.00
PARTNERS BANK               1002209779       CD             Investment Pool   8/2/2007     1/31/2008       4.31   $   1,000,000.00
                                                                                                                  $   9,300,000.00

PARTNERS BANK               27002837         Money Market   Investment Pool   5/9/2006                     2.98   $   3,649,072.23
                                                                                                                  $   3,649,072.23

PREMIER BANK OF JACKSONVI   10992            CD             Investment Pool   6/7/2006     4/7/2008        5.03   $    250,000.00
PREMIER BANK OF JACKSONVI   20236            CD             Investment Pool   2/4/2007     10/4/2007       5.12   $    100,000.00
                                                                                                                  $    350,000.00

RELIANCE BANK               31300513         CD             Investment Pool   12/12/2006   12/12/2007      4.35   $   5,500,000.00
RELIANCE BANK               313001249        CD             Investment Pool   6/22/2007    12/11/2007      4.50   $   3,000,000.00
                                                                                                                  $   8,500,000.00

RELIANCE BANK               50022789         Money Market   Investment Pool   8/1/2006                     4.41   $   2,263,646.58
                                                                                                                  $   2,263,646.58

STATE BANK OF ST. JACOB     9399             CD             Investment Pool   8/5/2006     8/5/2008        4.75   $     500,000.00
STATE BANK OF ST. JACOB     8605             CD             Investment Pool   9/6/2006     9/6/2008        4.55   $     100,000.00
STATE BANK OF ST. JACOB     8130             CD             Investment Pool   3/9/2007     3/7/2008        4.70   $     450,000.00
                                                                                                                  $   1,050,000.00

UMB BANK                    31331TBH3        FFCB           Investment Pool   7/19/2007    8/25/2010       5.43   $    499,469.03
                                                                                                                  $    499,469.03

UMB BANK                    31339XP99        FHLB           Investment Pool   6/30/2003    12/30/2011      5.25   $     998,885.35
UMB BANK                    31339YCA8        FHLB           Investment Pool   7/11/2003    7/11/2008       2.00   $   2,000,000.00
UMB BANK                    31339XXP4        FHLB           Investment Pool   7/30/2003    7/10/2008       2.12   $   1,994,375.00
UMB BANK                    31339YVV1        FHLB           Investment Pool   11/28/2003   7/21/2008       3.37   $     992,656.25
UMB BANK                    3133X9B25        FHLB           Investment Pool   11/24/2004   11/24/2008      3.00   $   1,986,553.90
UMB BANK                    3133X9B25-1      FHLB           Investment Pool   11/29/2004   11/24/2008      3.00   $   2,354,066.37
UMB BANK                    31339XC28        FHLB           Investment Pool   1/25/2005    12/19/2008      3.37   $   1,973,740.00
UMB BANK                    3133X0E47        FHLB           Investment Pool   6/30/2005    8/12/2010       4.65   $   1,974,298.40
UMB BANK                    3133XCDL4        FHLB           Investment Pool   7/14/2005    7/14/2010       4.55   $   1,988,919.08
UMB BANK                    3133XCDN0        FHLB           Investment Pool   7/19/2005    10/19/2010      4.75   $   1,976,074.80
UMB BANK                    3133X6DQ6        FHLB           Investment Pool   7/28/2005    4/28/2011       4.62   $   1,985,539.46
UMB BANK                    31339YHD7        FHLB           Investment Pool   8/16/2005    7/23/2010       4.00   $     388,898.12
UMB BANK                    3133MYYE1        FHLB           Investment Pool   8/26/2005    12/10/2010      4.05   $     983,555.21
UMB BANK                    3133XCP80        FHLB           Investment Pool   8/30/2005    8/15/2011       5.05   $   1,496,254.83

                                                                 -30-
    Company                     Account          Type            Fund            Deposit   Maturity   Rate             Amount
UMB BANK                    3133XCK28     FHLB           Investment Pool   9/12/2005   8/10/2010      5.00    $ 1,982,519.00
UMB BANK                    3133XDBF7     FHLB           Investment Pool   2/28/2006   10/6/2010      4.90    $    997,635.75
UMB BANK                    3133XJAB4     FHLB           Investment Pool   1/30/2007   12/29/2009      5.30   $ 3,499,787.90
UMB BANK                    3133XLXG3     FHLB           Investment Pool   8/14/2007   8/13/2008       5.00   $ 1,000,000.00
UMB BANK                    3133XJUV8     FHLB           Investment Pool   8/31/2007   2/23/2012       5.25   $ 1,000,021.93
                                                                                                              $ 31,573,781.35

UMB BANK                    3128X0L31     FHLM           Investment Pool   2/4/2004    2/25/2008       3.25   $   1,992,500.00
UMB BANK                    3128X4JA0     FHLM           Investment Pool   2/15/2006   9/7/2010        5.00   $     999,217.33
                                                                                                              $   2,991,717.33

UMB BANK                    3136F3VG8     FNMA           Investment Pool   1/25/2005   6/2/2009        3.30   $    981,728.35
UMB BANK                    3136F7AS6     FNMA           Investment Pool   6/30/2005   12/22/2010      4.75   $ 1,991,895.48
UMB BANK                    3136F7WW3     FNMA           Investment Pool   7/31/2006   4/7/2011        5.75   $ 1,002,100.31
UMB BANK                    3136F7CX3     FNMA           Investment Pool   1/16/2007   7/14/2010       5.00   $ 1,997,306.12
UMB BANK                    31359M2M4     FNMA           Investment Pool   2/16/2007   12/18/2009      5.13   $ 1,000,363.04
UMB BANK                    31359M2M4-1   FNMA           Investment Pool   2/27/2007   12/18/2009      5.13   $ 1,000,363.04
UMB BANK                    31364FRB2     FNMA           Investment Pool   7/26/2007   5/4/2012        5.61   $    494,046.80
UMB BANK                    3136F7FD4     FNMA           Investment Pool   8/15/2007   8/10/2010       5.00   $    496,374.15
UMB BANK                    3136F7JS7     FNMA           Investment Pool   8/22/2007   8/25/2010       5.00   $ 1,278,641.42
                                                                                                              $ 10,242,818.71

UMB BANK                    9871394433    Money Market   Investment Pool   5/24/2006                   4.66   $   2,383,230.72
                                                                                                              $   2,383,230.72

WELLS FARGO INSTITUTIONAL   31339XGA6     FHLB           Investment Pool   7/18/2003   12/23/2008      3.34   $   1,971,880.00
                                                                                                              $   1,971,880.00

                                                                                           Total              $   99,673,150.59




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        The following letter was received and placed on file:

                                         BOB SHIPLEY
                                          2457HODGES
                                      GRANITE CITY, IL 62040

October 17, 2007

Madison County Board
157 N Main Street
Edwardsville, IL 62025

Dear Chairman Dunstan and Fellow Board Members:

     With great reluctance I am submitting my resignation, effective October 21, 2007.

     My association with Madison County has been a pleasant one, and I will miss the friendship here.
However, I have been offered a position at the Metro East Sanitary District which I am very excited about
beginning.

      I believe the seven years I have spent on the County Board will greatly benefit me in my new
position as Executive Director.

     I appreciate your understanding of my decision to leave the Madison County Board. I hope to
continue with the many friendships I have formed on the Board.

                                                 Sincerely,

                                                 s/ Bob Shipley
                                                 Bob Shipley V

                                            **********

     The following five (5) Resolutions were submitted and read:

                         WOOD RIVER DRAINAGE & LEVEE DISTRICT

                                            RESOLUTION

     WHEREAS, the term of LeRoy Emerick, Trustee of the WOOD RIVER DRAINAGE & LEVEE
DISTRICT, has expired; and,

      WHEREAS, LeRoy Emerick has been recommended for consideration and re-appointment,

     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that LeRoy Emerick, 33 Eckhard, Wood River, IL,
62095, be re-appointed to a 3 year term ending September 6, 2010.

      FURTHER, that said LeRoy Emerick give bond in the amount of $15,000.00 with security to be
approved by the Chairman on behalf of the Madison County Board.

      Dated at Edwardsville, Illinois this 17th day of October, 2007.


                                                   -32-
                                               s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                               Madison County Board Chairman

                                                ****

                              METRO-EAST SANITARY DISTRICT

                                           RESOLUTION

     WHEREAS, the term of Andrew Economy, Trustee of the METRO-EAST SANITARY
DISTRICT, has expired; and,

     WHEREAS, Andrew Economy has been recommended for consideration and re-appointment,

     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Andrew Economy, 925 McCambridge Ave.,
Madison, IL, 62060, be re-appointed to a 5 year term ending December 3, 2012.

      FURTHER, that said Andrew Economy give bond in the amount of $10,000.00 with security to be
approved by the Chairman on behalf of the Madison County Board.

     Dated at Edwardsville, Illinois this 17th day of October, 2007.

                                               s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                               Madison County Board Chairman

                                                ****

                      MEADOWBROOK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

                                           RESOLUTION

     WHEREAS, the term of Thomas Martin, Trustee of the MEADOWBROOK FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT, has become open due to his resignation; and,

     WHEREAS, Kelly Birdsong has been recommended for consideration and appointment,

     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Kelly Birdsong, 205 Dorothy Street, Moro, IL,
62067, be appointed to a 3 year unexpired term ending May 4, 2009.

      FURTHER, that said Kelly Birdsong give bond in the amount of $1,000.00 with security to be
approved by the Chairman on behalf of the Madison County Board.

     Dated at Edwardsville, Illinois this 17th day of October, 2007.

                                               s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                               Madison County Board Chairman

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                                                 -33-
                         MADISON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY

                                           RESOLUTION

    WHEREAS, the term of Vernon Blom, Member of the MADISON COUNTY HOUSING
AUTHORITY, has expired; and,

     WHEREAS, Vernon Blom has been recommended for consideration and re-appointment,

     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Vernon Blom, 205 Compton Ave, PO Box 111,
Alhambra, IL, 62001, be re-appointed to a 4 year term ending September 27, 2011.

     Dated at Edwardsville, Illinois this 17th day of October, 2007.

                                               s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                               Madison County Board Chairman

                                                ****

                         MADISON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY

                                           RESOLUTION


    WHEREAS, the term of James Gray, Member of the MADISON COUNTY HOUSING
AUTHORITY, has expired; and,

     WHEREAS, James Gray has been recommended for consideration and re-appointment,

      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that James Gray, 910 Milnor Street, Alton, IL, 62002, be
re-appointed to a 4 year term ending September 27, 2011.

     Dated at Edwardsville, Illinois this 17th day of October, 2007.

                                               s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                               Madison County Board Chairman

                                                ****

    Mr. Shipley moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to adopt the five (5) foregoing Resolutions.
MOTION CARRIED.

                                          **********

     The following Report was received and placed on file:

         The Museum is pleased to submit the semi-annual report to the County Institutions
  Committee: Kent Scheibel, Chairman; Joyce Fitzgerald, Kristen Novacich, Hal Patton, Nick Petrillo,
                              Peggy Voumard, Christopher Wangard

                                  and to the Madison County Board


                                                 -34-
             MADISON COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM PROGRESS REPORT
                        January 1, 2007 through June 30, 2007

MUSEUM/LIBRARY VISITORS
   Month   Individuals   Special                 Number of       Members of         Total
                        Openings                  Groups           Group
January        133         0                        0                 0              133
February       100         0                        1                12              112
March          134         0                        1                24              158
April          256         1                        2                41              297
May            127         0                        8               214              341
June           102         0                        1                21              123

TOTAL                852              1                13            312            1164

     Museum Visitors came from nineteen states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois,
Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North
Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin and P.R.

MUSEUM PUBLICITY
      Mailing list: Continuing updating (additions, corrections, changes, deletions, and noting of
contribution amounts and dates).
      Museum press releases were sent to the media. Articles/photos appeared in The Telegraph, St.
Louis Post-Dispatch, Suburban Journals, Troy Times, County Chronicle, Edwardsville Intelligencer. In
addition, the Museum is listed in: AAA Tour Guide, Edwardsville-Glen Carbon Chamber of
Commerce Guide, Southwestern Illinois Tourism Guide.
      MCHS Newsletter Vol. 2, Issue 1 mailed 9 July 2007.

MUSEUM ACQUISITIONS
       Forty-seven collections were received, accessioned, acknowledged, numbered, carded and
displayed or stored with correct preservation/conservation methods where possible. Collections were
prepared and entered into PastPerfect.
      The collections included the publication “Prehistoric American” 2007, Journal for the
Documentation of Prehistoric America. Kent Patterson, Madison County Buildings & Lands
staff member, co-authored the article “The McAdams Pipe.”

     Equipment: shelving

CONTRIBUTIONS
     Ninety- two monetary contributions including memorial contributions were receipted, recorded, and
acknowledged.
FUND RAISING
     Early preparation for Madison County Historical Society biannual fund raiser Footsteps in Time.

GRANTS
     Planning for phase one of the Parks and Recreation Grant work. Grant received to assist in
development of a plaza between the Museum and adjacent Archival Library.

SPECIAL EVENTS / PROJECTS


                                                -35-
      SIUE Seniors Project – Informational Campaign for the Madison County Historical Museum &
Archival Library by five Public Relations seniors. The team developed and executed a visual identity
package and a media plan. The campaign peaked with an Open House April 15 showcasing the
museum/library facility with three sequential presentations – quilts, Native American artifacts and
genealogy. Evaluation of the campaign yielded excellent results. The team exceeded its goals in both
open house attendance and in media coverage valued at nearly $21,000.
     We participated in the Route 66 celebration in Edwardsville on 9 June 2007 where trolleys
transported visitors from one historic location to another.

COLLECTION MANAGEMENT
      Conservation, organization, and inventory of new gifts plus preparation and software design
adjustments for the conversion of our library card catalog to a computerized system.
      Staff and volunteers continued the effort to preserve/conserve, organize and inventory museum
textiles and objects. The “wedding dress collection” and the “quilt collection” were completed
following these steps: 1) evaluation of current and potential storage areas 2) re-housing of collections 3)
inventory of collections and 4) computer entry (PastPerfect software).

MUSEUM ARCHIVES
      New acquisitions to the Museum archives include books, booklets, and city directories; military,
probate and land records; framed pictures, photographs, postcards, scrapbooks, family histories and
genealogical materials; maps, and documents, as well as manuscripts, newspapers and clippings,
magazines, newsletters and brochures. These items are being catalogued and stored so that they may be
used for research.
      Volunteers continue to assist staff in clipping, indexing, and cataloging into our files material from
area newspapers, newsletters, and magazines, together with selected articles from publications.
      The volunteers and staff have been busy cataloging and preserving several collections of books,
papers, newspaper clippings, and newsletters relating to Abraham Lincoln. The goal is to make these
collections more easily accessible to researchers.
      Conservation efforts are going forward on our map collection; removing them from their boxes,
placing them in mylar or acid free paper sleeves, and housing them in large, metal map cases.
      Staff members respond to many written and telephone requests, and assist visiting researchers in
using our collection. Research was conducted on visitor, in-house, mail, and telephone requests as
follows: January 21, February 15, March 31, April 29, May 21, June 38 = TOTAL 155.

EXHIBITS AT THE MUSEUM/ARCHIVAL LIBRARY
   “Leclaire’s N. O. Nelson” “Winter fun”

EXHIBITS IN THE COURTHOUSE LOBBY
   “U.S. Presidents” “Our Forefathers”                 “Lincoln’s Life”

EXHIBITS IN THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOBBY
    “Hats through History – when hats were a fashion essential – 1820 to1960”
   “Spring – Bird Houses”

REPORTS, RECORDS
      Museum Six-Month Progress Report, July through December, 2006, for Madison County Board;
sales tax exemption report to State of Illinois; annual charitable organization report to Illinois Attorney
General.
      Invoices approved and forwarded to County Auditor or to MCHS Treasurer.
      Bi-weekly time sheet to County Treasurer (payroll).
      Monthly report of Museum monetary receipts to MCHS Treasurer.


                                                   -36-
MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS
     Volunteers and substitutes were scheduled. Orientation for new volunteers. Volunteer service hours
recorded daily. Museum volunteers from the staff (excluding Administrator), the Friends of the Museum,
and the MCHS Board of Directors donated 1280 hours at the Museum from January through June 2007.

MEETINGS
     Madison County Institutions Committee (Museum) monthly meetings-agendas prepared, meetings
attended. MCHS (Society) monthly meetings-agendas, meetings attended, minutes mailed.

BUILDING AND GROUNDS
     Improvements: Reorganization of objects in museum basement.
     Repair: furnace boiler main pump
     Routine: pest control, lawn mowing for Museum and Library (County), housecleaning (Society),
and herb garden care (City Gardeners). City Gardeners have developed a manual for identification and
use of herbs.

BRINK'S HISTORY ORDERS
     Sale of six reproduction copies of Brink's "History of Madison County, Illinois 1882" - orders
receipted, books mailed.

PURCHASE
     Purchase and necessary paperwork for equipment and supplies for the Museum office, archives,
buildings, and displays.

                                                 Suzanne C. Dietrich, Superintendent
                                                 MADISON COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
                                                 & ARCHIVAL LIBRARY

                                            **********
                                                      .
        Mr. Scheibel: I would like to mention to everyone that last weekend in Alton it was quite a
success. This weekend will be the Art East in Edwardsville, Highland, St. Jacob and a few other places.
The tours are free and there is refreshments, there is entertainment, there is exhibitions, there just great
time. It is not only educational, entertaining, but it is even nutritional. So please be there. We would
love to see you. These pamphlets with maps that are included will be available and are available
downstairs at the information desk. If you need multiples I have them. Thank you very much.

        Mr. Dunstan: I just want to be on the record, Mr. Scheibel, that at the Madison County Historical
Society meeting I did buy a Kent Scheibel original.

        Mr. Scheibel: The County museum thanks you.

                                            **********

     The following seven (7) Resolutions were submitted and read:

                         SUMMARY REPORT OF CLAIMS AND TRANSFERS
                                     September, 2007




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Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

   Submitted herewith is the Claims and Transfers Report for the month of September, 2007 requesting
approval.

                                              Payroll                   Claims
                                        09/07/07& 09/21/07             10/17/07

GENERAL FUND                           $        2,185,071.38             532,905.93
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND                            1,181,151.99           2,970,422.20
DEBT SERVICE FUND                                       0.00                   0.00
CAPITAL PROJECT                                         0.00              10,629.61
ENTERPRISE FUND                                    50,238.75              82,522.58
INTERNAL SERVICE FUND                              23,342.68             553,722.15
GRAND TOTAL                            $        3,439,804.80           4,150,202.47


2007 EQUITY TRANSFERS

From Special Revenue Fund/                 To Special Revenue Fund/
Family Viol. Coor. Cncl. 06FVC00397         Family Viol. Coor. Cncl. 07FVC00397            $       13.27

From Special Revenue Fund/                 To Special Revenue Fund/
2007 Heart Smart for Teens                 Health Department                               $     760.09

From Special Revenue Fund/                 To Special Revenue Fund/
Solid Waste                                2007 IDNR Conservation 2000 Grant               $ 15,500.00

From Special Revenue Fund/                 To Special Revenue Fund/
Highway                                    2007 IDNR Conservation 2000 Grant               $   15,500.00

s/ Rick Faccin                                  s/ Jack Minner
           Rick Faccin                          s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
     Madison County Auditor                     s/ Allan Schuler
         October 17, 2007                       s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                                s/ Chris Wangard
                                                Finance and Government Operations Committee

                                              ****

                        IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION

      WHEREAS, the Fiscal Year 2007 Budget for the County of Madison has been duly adopted by the
County Board; and,



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       WHEREAS, subsequent to the adoption of said budget, the County has received a grant in the
amount of $150,000.00 entitled the Illinois 55 Planning Grant, with the purpose of providing funding for
the development of the “IL-55” Corridor of Transportation and Growth Management Plan; and,

      WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Transportation has authorized funds in the amount of
$150,000, with the County providing matching funds of $15,000; and

      WHEREAS, the Madison County Planning & Development fund will contribute matching funds of
$5,000 with the remaining $10,000 of matching funds coming from the planning partners;

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison that
pursuant to Chapter 55, Section 5/6 - 1003, Illinois Compiled Statutes that this immediate emergency
appropriation be hereby adopted whereby the fiscal year 2007 budget for the County of Madison be
increased by $165,000 in the fund established as the 2007 Illinois 55 Planning Grant.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Tom Hoechst
s/ E. Allan Schuler
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
s/ Chris Wangard
s/ Michelle Ruppert
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERTIONS COMMITTEE

                                                ****

                          IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION

    WHEREAS, the Fiscal Year 2007 Budget for the County of Madison has been duly adopted by the
County Board; and,

      WHEREAS, subsequent to the adoption of said budget, the County has received a grant entitled the
Conservation 2000 Grant, with the purpose of acquiring fourteen acres for the future restoration of the
Old Cahokia Creek stream channel; and,

      WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources has authorized funds in the amount of
$95,000, with the County providing matching funds of $31,000; and

       WHEREAS, the Madison County Highway fund will contribute matching funds of $15,500 with
the remaining $15,500 of matching funds coming from the Solid Waste fund;

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison that
pursuant to Chapter 55, Section 5/6 - 1003, Illinois Compiled Statutes that this immediate emergency
appropriation be hereby adopted whereby the fiscal year 2007 Budget for the County of Madison be
increased by $126,000 in the fund established as the 2007 IDNR Conservation 2000 Grant.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Tom Hoechst


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s/ Allan Schuler
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
s/ Michelle Ruppert
s/ Chris Wangard
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

                                                ****

                          IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION

      WHEREAS, the Fiscal Year 2007 Budget for the County of Madison has been duly adopted by the
County Board; and,

      WHEREAS, subsequent to the adoption of said budget, the County has received an amendment to
the 2007 Family Violence Prevention Coordinating Council Grant in the amount of $9,599.00, with the
purpose of providing for training and contractual services associated with increasing the awareness of
family violence and developing interventions and responses to family violence; and

      WHEREAS, the Illinois Violence Prevention Authority has authorized funds of $7,190, with the
County providing matching funds of $2,409; and

       WHEREAS, the agreement provides a grant period of December 15, 2006 through December 30,
2007, the amount not expended in Fiscal Year 2007 will be re-appropriated for the remaining grant period
in Fiscal Year 2008;

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison that
pursuant to Chapter 55, Section 5/6 - 1003, Illinois Compiled Statutes that this immediate emergency
appropriation be hereby adopted whereby the Fiscal Year 2007 Budget for the County of Madison be
increased by $9,599.00 in the fund established as the 2007 Family Violence Prevention Coordinating
Council Grant.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Tom Hoechst
s/ Allan Schuler
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
s/ Michelle Ruppert
s/ Chris Wangard
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

                                                ****

                          IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION

      WHEREAS, the Fiscal Year 2007 Budget for the County of Madison has been duly adopted by the
County Board; and,

       WHEREAS, subsequent to the adoption of said budget, the County has received a continuation
grant in the amount of $91,375.00 with the purpose of providing grant monies to support public health
preparedness and response for bioterrorism; and,


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      WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Public Health has authorized funds in the amount of
$91,375, with the County providing no additional match funds; and,

      WHEREAS, the agreement provides a grant period of August 31, 2007, through July 31, 2008; any
amount not expended in Fiscal Year 2007 will be re-appropriated for the remaining grant period in Fiscal
Year 2008;

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison that
pursuant to Chapter 55, Section 5/6 - 1003, Illinois Compiled Statutes that this immediate emergency
appropriation be hereby adopted whereby the Fiscal Year 2007 Budget for the County of Madison be
increased by $91,375 in the budget established as the 2008 Health Department Bioterrorism Preparedness
Grant.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Tom Hoechst
s/ Allan Schuler
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
s/ Michelle Ruppert
s/ Chris Wangard
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

                                                 ****

  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION MEDICAL
                           BILL File #: 05-050

    WHEREAS, Madison County has established a set of procedures for payment of Workers'
Compensation Claims; and

     WHEREAS, these procedures specifically state that any payment in excess of $20,000.00 shall be
approved by the County Board; and

    WHEREAS, a medical bill in the amount of $35,208.75 has been incurred by an employee of Madison
County; and

     WHEREAS, these expenses fall within the scope of the State of Illinois, Workers' Compensation Act;

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Madison County Board authorizes the medical
payment of $35,208.75 for File # 05-050.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
s/ Michelle Ruppert
s/ Chris Wangard
s/ E. Allan Schuler
s/ Tom Hoechst


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FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

                                                 ****

     RESOLUTION TO EXTEND CONTRACT FOR #10 WHITE ENVELOPES FOR THE
             MADISON COUNTY PURCHASING & SUPPORT SERVICES

Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that the Madison County Purchasing and Support Services exercise its
option to renew the #10 Envelope Contract with Ann’s Printing of Edwardsville, IL for a one year period
December 1, 2007 thru November 30, 2008

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Chairman of the Madison County Board be
authorized to sign said contract for a period of on (1) year commencing December 1, 2007.

Respectfully submitted by,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
s/ Michelle Ruppert
s/ Chris Wangard
s/ E. Allan Schuler
s/ Tom Hoechst
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

                                             ****
     Mr. Minner moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to adopt the seven (7) foregoing Resolutions.

     The ayes and nays being called for on the motion to adopt resulted in a vote as follows:

     AYES: Messers. Laub, Minner, Ms. Myers, Meyer, Ms. Novacich, Ms. Overton, Patton, Petrillo,
Ms. Roosevelt, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley, Ms. Tracy, Trucano, Ms. Voumard,
Walters, Wangard, Adler, Burris, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Hartman, Ms. Hawkins, Hoechst,
Holliday, and Ms. Kuhn,.

     NAYS: None.

     AYES: 28. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the seven (7) foregoing Resolutions duly
adopted.

                                           **********

     The following four (4) Resolutions were submitted and read:

                                            RESOLUTION

  A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF THE 2008 COMMUNITY SERVICES
  BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM GRANT APPLICATION FOR THE COUNTY OF MADISON,
                              ILLINOIS




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WHEREAS, the Madison County Community Development Department is the local administering
agency for the Madison County Community Services Block Grant Program; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary to submit to the Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs a
grant application detailing the projected use of the 2008 Community Services Block Grant funds;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison, Illinois, that
the County Board hereby authorizes the filing of the 2008 annual Community Services Block Grant
Program grant application in the amount of $529,776 for the County of Madison, Illinois, with the Illinois
Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Board hereby directs and designates the Community
Development Department to act as the County's authorized representative in connection with the
Community Services Block Grant Program and to provide such additional information to the Department
of Commerce and Economic Opportunity as may be required.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

s/ Gussie Glasper
s/ Frank Laub
s/ Joyce Fitzgerald
s/ Judy Kuhn
GRANTS COMMITTEE

                                                   ****

  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE LOAN TO THE CITY OF
                             GRANITE CITY

WHEREAS, the Grants Committee has been involved in discussions with the City of Granite City
concerning funding for the signalization and reconstruction of the intersection of IL Rte. 3 and Missouri
Avenue and improvements to West Schaefer Road at a total estimated cost of $3,180,479;

WHEREAS, the City of Granite City has requested a low-interest loan of $575,000 to assist with the
construction of this roadway improvement project:

WHEREAS, the roadway improvement project is needed to preserve the health and safety of the citizens of
the Granite City and will facilitate additional retail development along Highway 3 that is projected to create
an additional 500 construction and permanent jobs; and

WHEREAS, Madison County has set aside UDAG loan repayments to finance public improvement
activities that impact the health and safety of Madison County residents and enhance economic development;;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County Board of Madison County, Illinois, authorizes
a maximum public infrastructure loan of $575,000 to the City of Granite City contingent upon: (1) the City
complying with all applicable federal, state and local regulations; (2) the City demonstrating that it has
adequate funds to complete its infrastructure project; (3) Madison County, the City, and any other funding
sources negotiating mutually satisfactory security agreements for the infrastructure loan; and (4) the City
agreeing not to initiate its proposed infrastructure project until it has received a "Notice to Proceed" from
Madison County;



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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this loan be made for a five year term at three percent interest to assist
in funding the City’s roadway improvement project.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Frank Laub
s/ Gussie Glasper
s/ Joyce Fitzgerald
s/ Judy Kuhn
GRANTS COMMITTEE

                                                        ****

 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE LOAN TO THE MITCHELL
                        PUBLIC WATER DISTRICT

WHEREAS, the Grants Committee has been involved in discussions with the Mitchell Public Water District
concerning funding for the relocation of approximately 3770 feet of waterline servicing the Gateway
Commerce Center at a total estimated cost of $216,500;

WHEREAS, the Mitchell Public Water District has requested a low-interest loan of $190,000 to assist with
the relocation of the waterline;

WHEREAS, the waterline relocation project is needed to preserve the health and safety of the citizens of the
Madison County and is critical to preserving and expanding jobs at the Gateway Commerce Center ; and

WHEREAS, Madison County has set aside UDAG loan repayments to finance public improvement
activities that impact the health and safety of Madison County residents and enhance economic development;;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the County Board of Madison County, Illinois, authorizes
a maximum public infrastructure loan of $190,000 to the Mitchell Public Water District contingent upon: (1)
the District complying with all applicable federal, state and local regulations; (2) the District demonstrating
that it has adequate funds to complete its infrastructure project; (3) Madison County, the District, and any
other funding sources negotiating mutually satisfactory security agreements for the infrastructure loan; and
(4) the District agreeing not to initiate its proposed infrastructure project until it has received a "Notice to
Proceed" from Madison County;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this loan be made for a seven year term at three percent interest to
assist in funding the Mitchell Public Water District’s waterline relocation project.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Frank Laub
s/ Gussie Glasper
s/ Joyce Fitzgerald
s/ Judy Kuhn
GRANTS COMMITTEE

                                                        ****




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  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ACCEPTANCE OF A GRANT FOR REBRANDING AND
 MARKETING OF THE LOCAL ONE-STOP SYSTEM FROM THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT
    OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY BY THE MADISON COUNTY
                EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING DEPARTMENT

      WHEREAS, the Madison County Employment and Training Department provides employment
and training services to the residents of Madison and Bond Counties; and

      WHEREAS, the Madison County Employment and Training Department (MCETD) provides these
services at locations in Madison and Bond Counties; and

      WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) has
awarded a Grant in the amount of $75,000.00 (seventy five thousand dollars) for re-branding of these
service centers; and,

      WHEREAS, these funds will be expended to provide the re-branding and local marketing of the
Alton, Edwardsville, Granite City, and Bond County Career Centers under the supervision of the Madison
County Employment and Training Department; and,

       WHEREAS, these funds require no matching funds from Madison County;

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Madison County Board Chairman be
authorized to execute an agreement with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic
Opportunity to allow the Madison County Employment and Training Department to serve as grant
recipient and administrator for the Grant.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Barbara Overton
Barbara Overton, Chairperson

s/ Tom Hoechst
Tom Hoechst

s/ Frank Laub
Frank Laub

s/ Gussie Glasper
Gussie Glasper

s/ Judy Kuhn
Judy Kuhn

s/ William S. Meyer
William S. Meyer

s/ Joyce Fitzgerald
Joyce Fitzgerald

GRANTS COMMITTEE

                                               ****




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     Ms. Overton moved, seconded by Mr. Laub, to adopt the four (4) foregoing Resolutions.

        On the question:

        Ms. Hawkins: I wanted to speak in support of all of these resolutions especially the resolution
authorizing the public infrastructure loan to the Mitchell Public Water District. The past president,
Richard Mueller, who has passed away kept me in tune of what was happening there. This is an area
where infrastructure is getting beat up due to age. It is very important that it be fixed. The residents in
the water district could not possibly pick up an addition in their water rates. I strongly encourage all four
of these, especially that one, because it is in my county board district. I contacted all of the other trustees
who we reappoint here and they have all asked for help with this.

     The ayes and nays being called for on the motion to adopt resulted in a vote as follows:

     AYES: Messers. Minner, Ms. Myers, Meyer, Ms. Novacich, Ms. Overton, Patton, Petrillo, Ms.
Roosevelt, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley, Ms. Tracy, Trucano, Ms. Voumard,
Walters, Wangard, Adler, Burris, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Hartman, Ms. Hawkins, Hoechst,
Holliday, Ms. Kuhn, and Laub.

     NAYS: None.

     AYES: 28. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the four (4) foregoing Resolutions duly
adopted.

                                              **********

     The following Report was received and placed on file:

                            MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
                                     ACTIVITIES REPORT
                                      SEPTEMBER 2007


                                   PERSONAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                                              Curr.    Prev.    Prev.
                      TUBERCULOSIS PROGRAM                                    Month    Month    YTD     YTD

 TB Clinics Offered                                                             21      27      233      220

 Patients Seen                                                                 190      374     2339    2004

 Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Tests Given                                           111      181     1160    1003

 New Contacts                                                                   0        3       32       6

 New Reactors                                                                   5        9       52      48

 New Converters                                                                 0        0       5        1

 Patients Started on Medication                                                 3        7       35      27

 Chest X-rays                                                                   10      18      116      82



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New Cases of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Disease                1       0       2       2

New Suspects                                                   0       1       9       3

Direct Observation Therapy DOT Home Visits                     40      14     348      99

Home Visits (excluding DOT’s)                                  11      3       43      60

Liver Profiles / Serum Uric Acid / QTF ( 3 / 0 / 5 )           8       2       23      24

Sputums and Urine for Acid-fast Bacilli ( 3 / 0 )              3       0       73      6
                                                              Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                        IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM                  Month   Month   YTD     YTD

Immunization Clinics Offered                                   21      26     223     219

Patients Seen                                                 420     629     3334    3675

DTaP- Diphtheria/Tetanus/acellularPertussis                    42      85     358     281

Meningitis                                                     33     112     274     303

MMR - Measles/Mumps/Rubella                                    58      71     348     244

HIB - Haemophilus Influenza                                    31      46     407     419

Varivax (Chicken Pox)                                          69     127     275     276

TD - Tetanus/Diphtheria                                        11      15     127      90

Hepatitis A                                                   148     334     1086    1262

Hepatitis B                                                    47      45     341     306

Hepatitis B/HIB                                                0       0       72      9

TDaP                                                           42     111     531     359

IPV - Inactivated Polio Vaccine                                44      71     269     225

Prevnar                                                        32      54     513     470

Pediarix                                                       22      38     279     345

Rabies                                                         0       0       0       0

Proquad                                                        0       28      81     182

Gardasil                                                       46      83      1      300

Zostavax                                                       30      38      *      158




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Rotavirus                                                           10      18      *      166

Pneumonia Vaccine- Number given total each month                    0       1       28     10

Flu Vaccine- Number given total each month                          21      0      268     248

                                AFIX PROGRAM

Number of Visits to VFC-AFIX Providers                              1       2       *      18


                             MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
                                      ACTIVITIES REPORT
                                       SEPTEMBER 2007


                              PERSONAL HEALTH SERVICES - Clinical Data
                                                                   Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                                                                   Month   Month   YTD     YTD
              COMMUNICABLE DISEASE SURVEILLANCE

Aquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome                                   0       0       3       2

Campylobacterosis                                                   1       3       16     23

Chicken Pox                                                         2       1       35     40

Chlamydia ( 83 INVESTIGATED)                                        71      76     746     668

Cluster Illness                                                     0       0       *      581

Enteric Escherichia coli infections                                 1       0       2       2

Foodborne or waterborne illness                                     0       0       0      18

Giardiasis ( 0 INVESTIGATED)                                        0       1       6       8

Gonorrhea ( 24 INVESTIGATED)                                        24      28     326     216

Haemophilus influenzae, meningitis/invasive                         0       0       1       1

Hepatitis A ( 2 INVESTIGATED)                                       0       0       0       1

    Immune Globulin (#of persons treated)                           0       0       4       0

Hepatitis B ( 3 INVESTIGATED)                                       1       1       1       3

Hepatitis B/Perinatal Prevention                                    0       0       3       1

Hepatitis C ( 11 INVESTIGATED)                                      8       17      78     131

    Hepatitis C (number of clients tested)                          1       0       8       6

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection                        0       5       18     15

Lyme Disease                                                        0       0       0       1

Meningitis- aseptic                                                 1       0       2       1

Neisseria meningitidis, meningitis/invasive                         0       0       0       0




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Pertussis ( 0 INVESTIGATED)                                          0       0       28      4

Salmonella ( 2 INVESTIGATED)                                         2       3       26      39

Shigella ( 0 INVESTIGATED)                                           0       0       20      6

Staphylococcus aureus infections/VISA/VRSA                           0       0       0       0

Streptococcal infections, Group A, invasive                          0       0       0       7

Streptococcus pneumoniae, invasive disease                           0       1       43      37

Syphilis ( 1 INVESTIGATED)                                           0       1       5       5

Number of STD’S Treated
                                                                     2       8       *       78

Number of Home Visits Made ( 0__CD        _1_STD)                    1       6       56      51
                         * NOT REPORTED

                            MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
                                     ACTIVITIES REPORT
                                      SEPTEMBER 2007

                                         PERSONAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                                    Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                                                                    Month   Month   YTD     YTD
                            LEAD PROGRAM
Reported Blood Lead Levels:
                          Initial Reported Test     Repeat Tests

 0 - 9 Mcg/dl:                     307                      0       307     300     1848    2366

10 - 14 Mcg/dl:                      1                      0        1       2       27      20

15 - 19 Mcg/dl:                      0                     0         0       2       13      3

20 - 39 Mcg/dl:                      0                      0        0       0       0       3

40 - 69 Mcg/dl:                      0                      0        0       0       0       0

 > 70 Mcg/dl:                       0                      0         0       0       0       0

Number of Developmental Screens Completed                            0       2       7       3

Number of Home Visits Made                                           0       3       7       5

Blood Lead Level Risk Assessments
                                                                     47      88     292     425

Blood Lead Level Screens                                             47      76     294     294

Case Managing                                                        28      29      37      32


                                   GENETICS
Number of Genetic Screening Tools Completed                          7       8       *       92

Number of Home Visits Made                                           6       3       24      51



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Number of Newborn Screens Requiring Follow-up                     0       0       6       10

Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths… And/ or Sudden Infant Death      0       0       2       1

Number Attending SID’S Support Group                              0       0       *       0


                               Prostate Screenings
Patients Seen                                                     47      23     307     259

Number of Prostate Specific Antigents ( PSA’S)                    45      21      *      254

Number of Digital Rectal Exams (DRE’S)                            8       12      *      116


                       PHYSICAL EXAMS
Patients Seen                                                     15      41     121     77



                                 HIV PROGRAM

Number of Individual’s Counseled but not tested                   0       0       0       0

Number of Individuals’s Provided Risk Reduction Counseling        16      0      304     256

Number Tested Anonymously                                         1       1       77      40

Number Tested Confidentially                                      6       8       44      84
                            *NOT REPORTED

                            MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
                                    ACTIVITIES REPORT
                                      SEPTEMBER 2007


                                      PERSONAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                                 Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                                                                 Month   Month   YTD     YTD
           Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program
Case Managing                                                     44      57     409     503

                          Clinical Office Visits                  54      40     413     454

Mammograms, Ultra Sound, and/or Breast Related Procedures         40     118     932     951

Pap Smears, Colposcopy, and/or Related Procedures                 54      49     437     455

Number of Women Referred to Treatment Act                         1       2       *       27

Number of Home Visits Made                                        0       1       1       7

                            Vision and Hearing Program
Number of Day Care/Schools Reached                                9       0       79      60
Number of Vision Screen’s Preformed                              205      0      3271    2356



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Number of Vision Re-Screens                                                  1       0        44       35
Number of Vision Referrals                                                   1       0        46       22
Number of Hearing Screens Preformed                                         220      0       3252     2416
Number of Hearing Re-screens                                                 1       0        62       68
Number of Hearing Referrals                                                  1       0        15       19


                                Miscellaneous
Number of Presentations at: In-services, Workshops, Meetings, Conferences    4       0        35       27

Number of Participants/Audience                                              25      0        453      501

Number of Community Events or Health Fairs                                   0       0        19        2

Number of Media Contacts – Press Releases – PSA’s                            1       0        37       19

Number of Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Trainings Attended               11      1        111      83

Number of Phone Consults Logged by Nursing Staff                            1787    1949     12412    16959
Number of Off-Site Clinics (numbers are included in appropriate program)     3       6        46       38

  Number of Participants (numbers are included in appropriate
                           program)                                          1      131      1057      608

International Travel Consultation’s                                          2       0        49       64

Pregnancy Tests for WIC Eligibility                                          6       6        33       38


Nurse Consults                                                               11      25       136      142
                                         * NOT REPORTED

                               MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
                                       ACTIVITIES REPORT
                                         SEPTEMBER 2007

                                ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
                               FOOD PROGRAM                                 Curr.   Prev.     Prev.    YTD
                                                                            Month   Month     YTD
                                                                             135      89      1055    1149
High Priority Inspections
                                                                             89       59      711      695
Medium Priority Inspections
                                                                             24       33      307      307
Low Priority Inspections
                                                                             248     181      2073    2151
      Total Routine Inspections
                                                                             25       24      203      220
High Priority Re-Inspections
                                                                              8          6     91      92
Medium Priority Re-Inspections




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                                                                4       7      38     26
Low Priority Re-Inspection
                                                                37     37     332     338
        Total Re-Inspections
                                                                2       1      43     55
High Priority Assessments
                                                                2       3      30     33
Medium Priority Assessments
                                                                1       0      23     18
Low Priority Assessments
                                                                5       4      96     106
        Total Assessments
                                                                0       0      8       7
Summer Food Program Inspections
                                                                0       0      0       1
Summer Food Program Re-Inspections
                                                                4       9      71     71
Plan Reviews
                                                                8       4      75     70
Pre-Operational Inspection
                                                                0       0      8       6
Foodborne Illness (FBI) Complaints Evaluated/Investigated
                                                                7      17     114     101
Non-FBI Complaints Evaluated/Investigated
                                                                1       7      29     22
FBI & Non-FBI Complaints Rechecked
                                                                6      12     247     69
Consultations/Counseling Provided
                                                                39     52     282     281
Temporary Food Establishments Permits Issued
                                                              110      49     392     401
Temporary Food Establishments Inspected
                                                                0       0      0       0
Number of Compliance Proceedings/Court Hearings
                                                                8       9      10     51
Product Recalls
                                                                1      1*      11     12
Fires     *Vehicular Damage to Food Service Building
                                                                0       0      0       0
Embargoes Placed
                                                                1      1*      0       3
Voluntary Closures
                                                                6       8      87     76
Initial Permits Issued
Renewal Permits Issued                                        102      85     1048    1043

                                ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                              Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                                                              Month   Month   YTD     YTD
                       FOOD PROGRAM, CONTINUED
                                                                1      3       6      10
Group In-Services
                                                                10    160     168     458
Participants/Audience
                                                                0      3       2      33
Media Contacts

Clean Hands, Healthy Kids
                                                                2      0       13      7
        Daycares
                                                                64     0      712     314
        Participants




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                                ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                                Curr.   Prev.      Prev.
                                                                Month   Month      YTD          YTD
                             WATER PROGRAM
                                                                  2       9         22          25
 Water Well Permits Issued
                                                                  3       8         24          23
 Water Wells Installed
                                                                  3       8         24          23
 New Water Wells Inspected
                                                                  0       0         3            1
 Consultations/Counseling Provided
                                                                  0       0         0            0
 Loan Request Survey
                                                                  0       4         5            9
 Sealed Water Wells Inspected
                                                                  0       4         5            9
 Water Wells Sealed
                                                                  1       0         3           13
 Non-Community Sampled
                                                                  1       0         2           13
 Non-Community Surveys
                                                                  0       0         0            0
 Source Water Assessments
                                                                  0       0         0            0
 Request for inspection/sampling (Samples Collected)
                                                                  0       0         1            2
 Complaints Received
                                                                 21      13        149          134
 Private Water Wells Sample Analysis
                                                                  0       0         2            2
 Group In-Service
                                                                  0       0        200          255
 Participants/Audience
                                                                  0       0         1            0
 Media Contacts
                                                                  0       0         0            0
 Number of Compliance Proceedings
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                             MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
                                      ACTIVITIES REPORT
                                       SEPTEMBER, 2007

                                 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

                           TANNING PROGRAM                    Current   Previous     Previous
                                                              Month      Month        YTD             YTD

Initial Inspections                                             0             0            11          5

Renewal Inspections                                             3             1            31         30

Follow-Up Inspections                                           1             0            5          15

Consultations                                                   0             0            5           2

Complaint Investigations                                        0             0            1           2




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Complaint Follow-Ups                                        0             0            0           1

                 VECTOR SURVEILANCE PROGRAM               Current   Previous     Previous
                                                          Month      Month        YTD             YTD

Complaint Investigations                                    0             0           19           0

Complaint Re-Inspections                                    0             0            3           0

Site Inspections                                            0             0           17           0

Consultations                                               0             0            0           0

Media Contacts                                              0             7            0           12

In-services                                                 0             0            1           3

Participants                                                0             0           26           41

                        BODY ART PROGRAM                  Current   Previous     Previous
                                                          Month      Month        YTD             YTD
Initial Assessments                                         0             0            1           1

Routine Inspections                                         0             0           11           12

Follow-Up Inspections                                       0             0            2           5

Plan Reviews                                                0             0            1           0

Consultations                                               0             0            2           1

Complaint Investigations                                    0             0            1           1

Initial Establishment Permits Issued                        0             0            1           1

Renewal Establishment Permits Issued                        0             0            3           5

Initial Operator Permits Issued                             1             0            7           5

Renewal Operator Permits Issued                             0             0            2           3

Media Contacts                                              0             0            0           0



                                       Health Promotion
                                        September 2007

                                                           Curr.    Prev.      Prev.
                           HEALTH PROMOTIONS               Month    Month      YTD          YTD


 Presentations                                               52      10         436          590

       Encounters                                           1056     177       10,310       15,121

 Consultations                                               89      65         636          708

 Meetings                                                    54      37         422          386

 Conferences                                                  1       0          5            7




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 Workshops/Trainings                                                    2         0     46     21

 Trainings by Health Department                                         0         0     5      5

      Encounters                                                        0         0    199    175

 Press Releases & PSA & Advo & Media Interviews                         5         5     46     48

 Radio Commercial Spots/TV spots/Billboards                             1         1    515     4

 School Health Fairs                                                    0         0     7      9

      Encounters                                                        0         0    3682   3430

 Community Events                                                      11         11   70      71

      Encounters                                                      1505    1530     5726   8,800

 Peer Leadership Activities                                             4         2     7      36
                                                                       486        11   116    700
      Encounters

 Clean Hands Healthy Bodies Encounters                                  0         0     -     409



* NOTE: This report also includes Beth Darling’s numbers from August 2007 submitted past the
deadline for the August report.


                                              **********

     The following three (3) Resolutions were submitted and read:

   RESOLUTION TO PURCHASE MAINFRAME SYSTEMS SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE
   RENEWAL FOR THE MADISON COUNTY INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT

Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

WHEREAS, the Madison County Information Systems Department wishes to purchase Mainframe
systems software maintenance renewal; and,

WHEREAS, this maintenance renewal is available for purchase from CA, Inc.; and,

        CA, Inc.
        One CA Plaza
        Islandia, NY 11749…………………………………………….……………….$28,311.00

WHEREAS, CA, Inc. met all specifications at a total contract price of Twenty-eight thousand three
hundred eleven dollars ($28,311.00); and,

WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Madison County Information Systems Department to
purchase said maintenance renewal from CA, Inc. of Islandia, NY; and,

WHEREAS, this maintenance renewal will be paid for from the Information Systems Department
FY2007 funds.



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NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County Illinois, that the
County Board Chairman be hereby directed and designated to execute said contract with CA, Inc.of
Islandia, NY for the aforementioned maintenance renewal.

Respectfully submitted by,

s/ Jean Myers                                s/ Jack Minner
Jean Myers                                   Jack Minner

s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.                     s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
Michael Holliday, Sr.                        Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Barb Overton
Barb Overton                                 Larry Trucano

s/ Allan Schuler                             s/ Tom Hoechst
Allan Schuler                                Tom Hoechst

s/ Kelly Tracy                               s/ Allan Schuler
Kelly Tracy                                  Allan Schuler

s/ Kristen Novacich                          s/ Chris Wangard
Kristen Novacich                             Chris Wangard

s/ Brenda Roosevelt                          s/ Michelle Ruppert
Brenda Roosevelt                             Michelle Ruppert

INFORMATION SYSTEMS                          FINANCE & GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
COMMITTEE                                    COMMITTEE

                                              ****

RESOLUTION TO PURCHASE MAINTENANCE ON MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSING
      FOR THE MADISON COUNTY INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT


Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

WHEREAS, the Madison County Information Systems Department wishes to purchase maintenance on
Microsoft software licensing; and,

WHEREAS, this maintenance is available for purchase from CDW-G; and,

          CDW-G
          120 South Riverside Drive
          Chicago, IL 60606…………………………………………………………….……$24,643.86

WHEREAS, CDW-G met all specifications at a total contract price of Twenty-four thousand six hundred
forty-three dollars and eighty-six cents ($24,643.86); and,

WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Madison County Information Systems Department to
purchase said maintenance from CDW-G of Chicago, IL; and,

WHEREAS, this maintenance will be paid for from the Information Systems Department FY2007 funds.




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NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County Illinois, that the
County Board Chairman be hereby directed and designated to execute said contract with CDW-G of
Chicago, IL for the aforementioned maintenance.

Respectfully submitted by,

s/ Jean Myers                                  s/ Jack Minner
Jean Myers                                     Jack Minner

s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.                       s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
Michael Holliday, Sr.                          Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Barb Overton
Barb Overton                                   Larry Trucano

s/ Allan Schuler                               s/ Tom Hoechst
Allan Schuler                                  Tom Hoechst

s/ Kelly Tracy                                 s/ Allan Schuler
Kelly Tracy                                    Allan Schuler

s/ Kristen Novacich                            s/ Chris Wangard
Kristen Novacich                               Chris Wangard

s/ Brenda Roosevelt                            s/ Michelle Ruppert
Brenda Roosevelt                               Michelle Ruppert

INFORMATION SYSTEMS                            FINANCE & GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
COMMITTEE                                      COMMITTEE

                                               ****

 RESOLUTION TO PURCHASE MAINTENANCE RENEWAL FOR THE MADISON COUNTY
    TELEPHONE SWITCH FOR THE MADISON COUNTY INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                            DEPARTMENT


Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

WHEREAS, the Madison County Information Systems Department wishes to purchase maintenance
renewal for the county phone system; and,

WHEREAS, this maintenance renewal is available for purchase from Verizon Select Services, Inc; and,

          Verizon Select Services, Inc.
          P.O. Box 101956
          Atlanta, GA 30392……………………………………………………………..…….$39,890.16


WHEREAS, Verizon Select Services, Inc. met all specifications at a total contract price of Thirty-nine
thousand eight hundred ninety dollars and sixteen cents ($39,890.16); and,

WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Madison County Information Systems Department to
purchase said maintenance renewal from Verizon Select Services of Atlanta, GA; and,




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WHEREAS, this maintenance renewal will be paid for from the Information Systems Department
FY2007 funds.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County Illinois, that the
County Board Chairman be hereby directed and designated to execute said contract with Verizon Select
Services of Atlanta, GA for the aforementioned maintenance renewal.

s/ Jean Myers                                      s/ Jack Minner
Jean Myers                                        Jack Minner

s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.                           s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
Michael Holliday, Sr.                              Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Barb Overton
Barb Overton                                       Larry Trucano

s/ Allan Schuler                                   s/ Tom Hoechst
Allan Schuler                                      Tom Hoechst

s/ Kelly Tracy                                     s/ Allan Schuler
Kelly Tracy                                       Allan Schuler

s/ Kristen Novacich                                s/ Chris Wangard
Kristen Novacich                                   Chris Wangard

s/ Brenda Roosevelt                                s/ Michelle Ruppert
Brenda Roosevelt                                   Michelle Ruppert

INFORMATION SYSTEMS                               FINANCE & GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
COMMITTEE                                         COMMITTEE

                                                   ****

       Ms. Myers moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to adopt the three (3) foregoing Resolutions.

       The ayes and nays being called for on the motion to adopt resulted in a vote as follows:

     AYES: Messers. Ms. Myers, Meyer, Ms. Novacich, Ms. Overton, Patton, Petrillo, Ms. Roosevelt,
Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley, Ms. Tracy, Trucano, Ms. Voumard, Walters,
Wangard, Adler, Burris, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Hartman, Ms. Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Ms.
Kuhn, and Laub, and Minner.

        NAYS: None.

      AYES: 28. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the three (3) foregoing Resolutions duly
adopted.

                                             **********

        The following twelve (12) Resolutions were submitted and read:

                                        RESOLUTION –Z07-0097




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      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

      WHEREAS, on the 20th of September 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of
Ronald R. Miller, owner of record, requesting a Variation as per Article 93.167 of the Madison County
Zoning Ordinance, in order to construct an accessory building for personal use that will be 24 feet in height
instead of the allowable 18 feet; also to allow this structure to be elevated 2 feet above the 100 year base
flood elevation. This is located in an Agricultural District in Moro Township, more commonly known as
7870 Bethalto Rd., Bethalto, IL; and,

       WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Ronald R. Miller; be as follows: I. That the Variances are
granted; II. That the applicant in this matter must apply for the necessary building permits; III. That the
building must be kept for personal use and not for a business or living quarters; IV. Any violation of any
of the terms of this Variance will cause revocation of same; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.

                                       s/ William S. Meyer
                                       s/ Jack Minner
                                       s/ Kelly A. Tracy
                                       s/ Helen Hawkins
                                       s/ Jean Myers
                                       s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                       PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-0097 Variance
Location: 7870 Bethalto Road, Bethalto, IL
County Board District #3 William Meyer

“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”

PETITION

    1. Ronald R. Miller, owner of record, requesting a Variation as per Article 93.167 of the Madison
       County Zoning Ordinance, in order to construct an accessory building for personal use that will
       be 24 feet in height instead of the allowable 18 feet; also to allow this structure to be elevated 2
       feet above the 100 year base flood elevation. This is located in an Agricultural District in Moro
       Township and is located at the 7870 Bethalto Road, Bethalto, IL.

    2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
       order at 8:30 a.m. on September 20, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and


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      Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
      Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

  3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
     proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.

  4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 9:20 a.m. and all members of the
     Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in
     question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits that were presented to the
     Zoning Board were made part of the file and admitted into evidence.

  5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was Ronald Miller, owner of record. The petitioner requests
     to construct an accessory building for personal use that will be 24 feet in height instead of the
     allowable 18 feet, and elevated two feet above the 100 year base flood elevation.

  6. No other parties spoke in favor of the proposed request.

  7. No other parties spoke in opposition to the proposal.

  8. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
     questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

  9. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
     testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0097 at 9:25
     a.m.

FINDINGS

  1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
     the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0097.

  2. Motion was made by Mr. Carter and Seconded by Mr. Kelly to recommend the Variance,
     whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion on the motion.

  3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
     case, that the condition upon which the requested Variance is based is that the granting of the
     variation will not be detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to other property or
     improvements in the neighborhood in which the property is located; and

  4. The alleged difficulty or hardship has not been created by any person presently having an interest
     in the property.

  5. Voice vote.
     Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter, Quatto
     Nays to the motion: Misters. None
     Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION



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The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the request for a Variation as per 93.167 of
the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to construct an accessory building for personal use that
will be 24 feet in height instead of the allowable 18 feet; also to allow this structure to be elevated 2 feet
above the 100 year base flood elevation in Moro Township be granted. The applicant in this matter must
apply for the necessary building permits, keep the use of this structure a personal use and not for a
business or living quarters, and that any violation of any of the terms of this permit will cause revocation
of same. The property is located 7870 Bethalto Road, Bethalto, Illinois.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals

s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                            Subject Property Area Map Line
                                        Subject Property Zoning Area Map

                                                   ****


                                        RESOLUTION –Z07-0096

      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

       WHEREAS, on the 20th of September 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of
David Kruckeberg, owner of record, requesting a Variance as per Article 93.167 of the Madison County
Zoning Ordinance in order to construct a new home on a tract of land that will have an existing accessory
building in the required front yard. This is located in an Agricultural District in Fort Russell Township. This
is located across the road from 6936 Prairietown Road, Edwardsville, IL; and,

       WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of David Kruckeberg; be as follows: I. That the Variance is
granted; II. That the applicant in this matter must apply for the necessary building permits; III. Any
violation of any of the terms of this Variance will cause revocation of same; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.


                                        s/ William S. Meyer
                                        s/ Jack Minner
                                        s/ Kelly A. Tracy
                                        s/ Helen Hawkins
                                        s/ Jean Myers
                                        s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                        PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE



                                                     -61-
October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-0096 Variance
Location: 6936 Prairietown Road, Edwardsville, IL
County Board District #24 Kent Scheibel

“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”

PETITION

    1. David Kruckeberg, owner of record, requesting a Variation as per Article 93.167 of the Madison
       County Zoning Ordinance, in order to construct a new home on a tract of land that will have an
       existing accessory building in the required front yard. This is located in an Agricultural District
       in Fort Russell Township and is located at the 6936 Prairietown Road, Edwardsville, IL.

    2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
       order at 8:30 a.m. on September 20, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and
       Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
       Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

    3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
       proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.

    4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 9:40 a.m. and all members of the
       Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in
       question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits that were presented to the
       Zoning Board were made part of the file and admitted into evidence.

    5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was David Kruckeberg, owner of record. The petitioner
       requests to construct a new home on a tract of land that will have an existing accessory building
       in the required front yard.

    6. No other parties spoke in favor of the proposed request.

    7. No other parties spoke in opposition to the proposal.

    8. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
       questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

    9. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
       testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0096 at 9:45
       a.m.

FINDINGS




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    1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
       the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0096.

    2. Motion was made by Mr. Quatto and Seconded by Mr. Kacer to recommend the Variance,
       whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion on the motion.

    3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
       case, that the condition upon which the requested Variance is based is that the alleged difficulty
       or hardship has not been created by any person presently having an interest in the property; and

    4. The granting of the Variation will not be detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to other
       property or improvements in the neighborhood in which the property is located.

    5. Voice vote.
       Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter, Quatto
       Nays to the motion: Misters. None
       Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION

The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the request for a Variation as per 93.167 of
the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to construct a new home on a tract of land that will have
an existing accessory building in the required front yard in Fort Russell Township be granted. The
applicant in this matter must apply for the necessary building permits, and that any violation of any of the
terms of this permit will cause revocation of same. The property is located 6936 Prairietown Road,
Illinois.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals

s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                           Subject Property Area Map Line
                                       Subject Property Zoning Area Map

                                                  ****

                                       RESOLUTION –Z07-0095

      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

       WHEREAS, on the 20th of September 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of
Robert and Barbara Fulkerson, owners of record, requesting a Variation per Article 93.167, Section I of the
Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have an individual private sewage system on a lot that is
20,700 feet instead of the required 40,000 square feet. This is located in an R-3 Single Family Residential
District in Jarvis Township. This is located next to 1308 Bridlespur Lane, Troy, IL; and,

     WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Robert and Barbara Fulkerson; be as follows: I. That the


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Variance is granted; II. That the applicant in this matter must apply for the necessary building permits;
III. That the applicant must install a subsurface seepage field; IV. Any violation of any of the terms of
this Variance will cause revocation of same; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.


                                      s/ William S. Meyer
                                      s/ Jack Minner
                                      s/ Kelly A. Tracy
                                      s/ Helen Hawkins
                                      s/ Jean Myers
                                      s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                      PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-0095 Variance
Location: 1308 Bridlespur Lane, Troy, IL
County Board District #2 Chris Wangard

“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”

PETITION

    1. Robert and Barbara Fulkerson, owners of record, requesting a Variation as per Article 93.167,
       Section I of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to have an individual private sewage
       system on a lot that is 20,700 square feet instead of the required 40,000 square feet. This is
       located in an R-3 Single Family Residential District in Jarvis Township and is located at 1308
       Bridlespur Lane, Troy, IL.

    2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
       order at 8:30 a.m. on September 20, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and
       Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
       Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

    3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
       proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.

    4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 10:55 a.m. and all members of the
       Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in



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        question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits that were presented to the
        Zoning Board were made part of the file and admitted into evidence.

    5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was Robert Fulkerson, owner of record. The petitioner
       requests to have an individual private sewage system on a lot that is 20,700 feet instead of the
       required 40,000 square feet. Petitioner indicated that they spoke to Mr. Hawkins of the Planning
       and Development Department and he indicated that a subsurface system had to be used on this
       lot, and they agreed on a drip irrigation system. Petitioner also indicated that they are selling the
       empty lot and they want to get the variance in place for the future buyers.

    6. No other parties spoke in favor of the proposed request.

    7. No other parties spoke in opposition to the proposal.

    8. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
       questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

    9. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
       testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0095 at 11:00
       a.m.

FINDINGS

    1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
       the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0095.

    2. Motion was made by Mr. Dauderman and Seconded by Mr. Dawes to recommend the Variance,
       whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion on the motion.

    3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
       case, that the condition upon which the requested Variance is based is that the alleged difficulty
       or hardship has not been created by any person presently having an interest in the property; and

    4. The proposed Variance would not cause a detrimental affect on the adjoining properties.

    5. Voice vote.
       Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter, Quatto
       Nays to the motion: Misters. None
       Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION

The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the request for a Variation as per 93.167 of
the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have an individual private sewage system on a lot that
is 20,700 feet instead of the required 40,000 square feet in Jarvis Township be granted. The applicant in
this matter must apply for the necessary building permits, install a drip irrigation system, and that any
violation of any of the terms of this permit will cause revocation of same. The property is located 1308
Bridlespur Lane, Troy, Illinois.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals


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s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                            Subject Property Area Map Line
                                        Subject Property Zoning Area Map

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                                         RESOLUTION –Z07-0098

      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

       WHEREAS, on the 20th of September 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of
Richard & Elizabeth McCormick, owners of record, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article 93.023
Section D item 19 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have a non-for profit animal kennel
in the existing structure and also a Variance as per Article 93.167 to allow this structure to be located in the
required front yard setback area. This is located in an Agricultural District in Jarvis Township, more
commonly known as 8837 Schmalz Road, St. Jacob, IL; and,

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Richard & Elizabeth McCormick; be as follows: That the
Special Use Permit and Variance are granted with the following stipulations; II. That the applicant in this
matter must enclose the dumpster or move it to the rear of the facility; III. That the applicant in this
matter must not exceed 36 dogs at any one time; IV. Any violation of any of the terms of this Special Use
Permit Variance will cause revocation of same; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.


                                        s/ William S. Meyer
                                        s/ Jack Minner
                                        s/ Kelly A. Tracy
                                        s/ Helen Hawkins
                                        s/ Jean Myers
                                        s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                        PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-0098 Special Use Permit & Variance
Location: 8837 Schmalz Road, St. Jacob, IL
County Board District #11 Jean Myers



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“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”

PETITION

    1. Richard and Elizabeth McCormick, owners of record, requesting a Special Use Permit as per
       Article 93.023, Section D, Item 19 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to have a
       non-for-profit animal kennel in the existing structure and also a Variance as per Article 93.167 to
       allow this structure to be located in the required front yard setback area. This is located in an
       Agricultural District in Jarvis Township and is located at the 8837 Schmalz Road, St. Jacob, IL.

    2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
       order at 8:30 a.m. on September 20, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and
       Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
       Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

    3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
       proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.

    4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 11:15 a.m. and all members of the
       Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in
       question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits along with three letters of
       support were presented to the Zoning Board were made part of the file and admitted into
       evidence.

    5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was Elizabeth (Lisa) McCormick, owner of record. The
       petitioner indicated that she started the shelter five years ago, and at that time there were limited
       houses in the area and no houses across the street where there is now a subdivision. Petitioner
       indicated that those houses were built approximately three years ago, and she had never had any
       complaints before now. She indicated that the shelter is licensed with the Illinois Department of
       Agriculture and have yearly inspections with them. She indicated that they are a registered
       charity with the IRS, and is registered with Madison County as a tax exempt business. Ms.
       McCormick indicated that the dogs are let out at 8:30 a.m., and put back in at 10:30 daily. The
       dogs are let out again at 6:00 p.m., and all put up by 8:00 p.m. When the dogs are let out they are
       confined into a fenced in area. The dogs are taken in from animal control facilities that are very
       high kill and do not adopt many pets out at all. The dogs are given all of their medical care at the
       shelter. They are spayed and neutered, given their rabies shots, etc. Eventually the dogs are
       taken to Pet Smart where they are adopted out. Ms. McCormick indicated that she works very
       closely with her veterinarians. Mr. David Hall with Horseshoe Lake Animal Control is her main
       veterinarian. She makes sure that all the animals are taken care of. Usually there are about 30
       dogs on a regular basis at the shelter and they also have about 8 cats at a time. Ms. McCormick
       indicated that they rescue on an average of 82 animals a month, and if the shelter is not running,
       the animals will be euthanized. In regards to waste, she indicated that they bag the animal waste
       and place it in a dumpster that is picked up twice a week. Ms. McCormick submitted a petition
       signed by area residents in support of the facility. She also submitted a petition signed by
       residents in and around Madison County.

    6. Amos Coleman, 2004 Riverview Drive, spoke in opposition to the proposal. He indicated that
       they cannot sit on their porch in the evenings without hearing dogs barking.


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  7. Keith Frey, an employee with the City of Troy Building and Zoning Department, indicated that
     they are opposed to the shelter because they believe that it is not located in the proper place and
     that the Special Use should have been asked for five years ago when the shelter was first opened.

  8. Terry Mundy, an area resident spoke in favor of the proposal. He indicated that he very seldom
     hears the dogs from the shelter. He indicated that he hears other noises in the area and other
     resident’s animals more frequently. He indicated that Ms. McCormick performs a good and
     necessary service, she has improved the premise’s appearance and does all of this as a not-for-
     profit service.

  9. Don Koleson, 2000 Fox Valley Drive, spoke in opposition to the proposal. He indicated that 3
     years ago he had to get up at 5 a.m. and call Ms. McCormick to complain because the dogs were
     barking. He indicated that the dogs bark all of the time. Mr. Koleson played a tape that he stated
     was from last week where there were several dogs barking.

  10. Stacey Ballard with Illinois Department of Agriculture spoke in favor of the proposal. She
      indicated that she is the state inspector for the facility and has been since in 2002. She further
      indicated that there have been improvements done on the premises since she first started out. Ms.
      Ballard indicated that the facility has always passed their state inspection. She further indicated
      that the building is state approved and licensed. The number of dogs in the facility may vary, but
      the Illinois Department of Agriculture and Ms. McCormick have agreed that the facility will limit
      the care to approximately 30 dogs at a time with an occasional variation of up to 36.

  11. Mary Parker spoke in favor of the proposal. She indicated that she is a volunteer for the shelter.
      She primarily comes out on Monday night and is gone by 8 p.m. She stated that the dogs are
      quiet at that time. She said the main goal is to save dog’s lives, and Ms. McCormick does a
      wonderful job.

  12. Matt Burklow, an area resident, indicated that he has concerns about the dumpster that sits near
      the road. He asked if the dumpster could be moved off of the road or enclosed. He also indicated
      that sometimes there are so many volunteers that they are parking on the road. Overall, he thinks
      that the shelter is a good thing and he is in favor of the request.

  13. Several other volunteers and area residents spoke in favor of the proposal with similar concerns
      expressed.

  14. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
      questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

  15. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
      testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0098 at 12:15
      p.m.

FINDINGS

  1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
     the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0098.




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    2. Motion was made by Mr. Kacer and Seconded by Mr. Carter to recommend the Special Use
       Permit and Variance with the stipulations so stated, whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion
       on the motion.

    3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
       case, that the condition upon which the requested Special Use Permit and Variance is based
       would not cause a detrimental affect on the adjoining properties; and is compatible with the
       surrounding area; and

    4. The granting of the variation will not be detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to other
       property or improvements in the neighborhood in which the property is located.

    5. Roll Call vote.
       Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter, Quatto
       Nays to the motion: Misters. None
       Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION

The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the request for a Special Use Permit as per
93.023 Section D Item 19 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have a non-for-profit
animal kennel in the existing structure and also a Variance as per Article 93.167 to allow this structure to
be located in the required front yard setback area in Jarvis Township be granted. The Board further
stipulates that the applicant must enclose the dumpster or move it to the rear of the facility and keep the
variance of the number of dogs at any one time at a maximum of 36. The property is located 8837
Schmalz Road, St. Jacob, Illinois.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals

s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                           Subject Property Area Map Line
                                       Subject Property Zoning Area Map


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                                        RESOLUTION –Z07-0102

      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

       WHEREAS, on the 4th of October 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of Dana E.
and Diana L. Foster owners of record, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article 93.023 section D item 1
of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to construct a pole type building for personal storage on a
tract of land less than 5 acres. This is located in an Agricultural District in Ft. Russell Township. This is
commonly known as 5865 State Rt. #140, Moro, IL; and,




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      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Dana E. and Diana L. Foster; be as follows: I. That the
Special Use Permit is granted; II. That the applicant in this matter must apply for the necessary building
permits; III. That the building must be kept for personal use and not for a business or living quarters;
IV. Any violation of any of the terms of this Special Use Permit will cause revocation of same; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.

                                       s/ William S. Meyer
                                       s/ Kelly Tracy
                                       s/ Brenda Roosevelt
                                       s/ Jean Myers
                                       s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                       s/ Jack Minner
                                       s/ Helen M. Hawkins
                                       PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-0102 Special Use Permit
Location: 5865 State Route 140, Moro, IL
County Board District #24 Kent Scheibel

“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”

PETITION

    1. Dana E. and Diana L. Foster, owners of record, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article
       93.023, Section D, Item 1 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to construct a pole
       type building for personal storage on a tract of land less than the required 5 acres. This is located
       in an Agricultural District in Fort Russell Township, more commonly known as 5865 State Route
       140, Moro, IL.

    2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
       order at 8:30 a.m. on October 4, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and
       Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
       Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

    3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
       proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.




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    4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 9:10 a.m. and all members of the
       Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in
       question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits that were presented to the
       Zoning Board were made part of the file and admitted into evidence.

    5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was Dana Foster, owner of record. The petitioner requests to
       construct a pole type structure for personal use only on a tract of land that is less than the required
       5 acres. He stated that his building would be 30’ x 56’ and under 18’ tall.

    6. No other parties spoke in favor of the proposed request.

    7. No other parties spoke in opposition to the proposal.

    8. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
       questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

    9. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
       testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0102 at 9:15
       a.m.

FINDINGS

    1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
       the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0102.

    2. Motion was made by Mr. Kelly and Seconded by Mr. Dauderman to recommend the Special Use
       Permit, whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion on the motion.

    3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
       case that the condition upon which the requested Special Use Permit is based is that the granting
       of the Special Use Permit would not cause a detrimental affect on the adjoining properties; and is
       compatible with the surrounding area.

    4. Voice vote.
       Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter, Quatto, Dauderman
       Nays to the motion: Misters. None
       Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION

The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the request for a Special Use Permit as per
93.023, Section D, Item 1 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to construct a pole type
structure for personal storage on a tract of land that is less than the required 5 acres in Fort Russell
Township be granted. The applicant in this matter must apply for the necessary building permits, keep
the use of this structure a personal use and not for a business or living quarters, and that any violation of
any of the terms of this permit will cause revocation of same. The property is located 5865 State Route
140, Moro, Illinois.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals



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s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                           Subject Property Area Map Line
                                       Subject Property Zoning Area Map

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                                        RESOLUTION –Z07-0103

      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

      WHEREAS, on the 4th of October 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of Tony
and Sabrina Kuethe, owners of records, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article 93.023, Section D,
Item 14 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have a private burial cemetery for family
members. This is located in an Agricultural District in Olive Township, located next to 11807 Silver Creek
Road, Alhambra, IL; and,

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Tony and Sabrina Kuethe; be as follows: That the Special
Use Permit is granted with the following stipulations: I. That the applicant in this matter must not exceed a
maximum of 15 gravesites; II. That the applicant in this matter must comply will all state regulations; III.
That any violation of the terms of this Special Use Permit will cause revocation of same; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.

                                       s/ William S. Meyer
                                       s/ Kelly Tracy
                                       s/ Brenda Roosevelt
                                       s/ Jean Myers
                                       s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                       s/ Jack Minner
                                       s/ Helen M. Hawkins
                                       PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-0103 Special Use Permit
Location: 11807 Silver Creek Road, Alhambra, IL
County Board District #03 William Meyer

“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”



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PETITION

  1. Tony and Sabrina Kuethe, owners of record, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article
     93.023, Section D, Item 14 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to have a private
     burial cemetery for family members. This is located in an Agricultural District in Olive
     Township, more commonly known as 11807 Silver Creek Road, Alhambra, IL.

  2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
     order at 8:30 a.m. on October 4, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and
     Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
     Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

  3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
     proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.

  4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 9:40 a.m. and all members of the
     Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in
     question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits that were presented to the
     Zoning Board were made part of the file and admitted into evidence.

  5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was Sabrina Kuethe, owner of record. The petitioner requests
     to have a private burial cemetery for family members. She indicated that their church cemetery is
     full and there is no where for her immediate family and herself to be buried. Petitioner further
     indicated that there would not be more than 15 family members buried at this site, and she would
     comply with all state regulations.

  6. No other parties spoke in favor of the proposed request.

  7. No other parties spoke in opposition to the proposal.

  8. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
     questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

  9. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
     testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0103 at 9:50
     a.m.

FINDINGS

  1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
     the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0103.

  2. Motion was made by Mr. Quatto and Seconded by Mr. Carter to recommend the Special Use
     Permit, whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion on the motion.

  3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
     case, that the condition upon which the requested Special Use Permit is based is that the proposed
     use will not cause substantial injury to the value of other property in the neighborhood in which it
     is located; and would not be detrimental to the adjacent land uses.


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    4. Roll Call vote.
       Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Carter, Quatto
       Nays to the motion: Misters. Kacer, Dawes, Dauderman
       There being a tie vote the Chairman voted in favor of the motion to recommend the Special Use
       Permit.
       Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION

The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the request for a Special Use Permit as per
93.023, Section D, Item 14 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have a private burial
cemetery for family members in Olive Township be granted. The applicant in this matter must not exceed
a maximum of 15 gravesites and they must comply with all state regulations. The property is located
11807 Silver Creek Road, Alhambra, IL.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals

s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                           Subject Property Area Map Line
                                       Subject Property Zoning Area Map

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                                       RESOLUTION –Z07-0100

      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

       WHEREAS, on the 4th of October 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of Greg
and Kari Schipkowski, owners of record requesting a Variance as per Article 93.025 Section H and Article
93.060 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have two goats due to a medical hardship. This
is located in an R-3 Single Family Residential District in Chouteau Township, more commonly known as 140
Central Avenue, Granite City, IL; and,

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Greg and Kari Schipkowski; be as follows: That the
Variance is granted with the following stipulations: I. That the owners are limited to a maximum of two
goats at any one time; II. That any violation of any of the terms of this Variance will cause revocation of
same; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.

                                       s/ William S. Meyer


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                                      s/ Kelly Tracy
                                      s/ Brenda Roosevelt
                                      s/ Jean Myers
                                      s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                      s/ Jack Minner
                                      s/ Helen M. Hawkins
                                      PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-00100 Variance
Location: 140 Central Ave., Granite City, IL
County Board District #16 Helen Hawkins

“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”

PETITION

    1. Greg and Kari Schipkowski, owners of record, requesting a Variation as per Article 93.060 of the
       Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to have two goats due to a medical hardship. This is
       located in an R-3 Single Family Residential District in Chouteau Township, more commonly
       known as 140 Central Avenue, Granite City, IL.

    2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
       order at 8:30 a.m. on October 4, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and
       Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
       Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

    3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
       proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.

    4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 11:20 a.m. and all members of the
       Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in
       question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits along with a petition in
       support from surrounding residents & two doctors notes were presented to the Zoning Board were
       made part of the file and admitted into evidence. One letter of objection was received stating they
       did not feel that goats should be allowed in a residential district.

    5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was Greg and Kari Schipkowski, owners of record. The
       petitioners request to have two goats due to a medical hardship. Their son has stomach problems
       and their doctor has recommended goat’s milk. Due to the high cost of goat’s milk, they
       purchased the goats. Kari has ulcers, so she drinks it also. The goats are milked twice a day.
       They have never had more than two goats at a time, and have had them for 9 ½ years.

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   7. No other parties spoke in opposition to the proposal.

   8. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
      questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

   9. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
      testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0097 at 11:30
      a.m.

FINDINGS

   1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
      the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0100.

   2. Motion was made by Mr. Kacer and Seconded by Mr. Dawes to recommend the Variance,
      whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion on the motion.

   3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
      case, that the condition upon which the requested Variance is based is that the granting of the
      variation will not be detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to other property or
      improvements in the neighborhood in which the property is located; and is compatible with the
      surrounding area.

   4. Voice vote.
      Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter, Quatto, Dauderman
      Nays to the motion: Misters. None
      Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION

The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the request for a Variation as per 93.060 of
the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to have two goats due to a medical hardship in Chouteau
Township be granted. The owners are limited to the maximum of two goats at any one time. The
property is located 140 Central Avenue, Granite City, Illinois.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals

s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                         Subject Property Area Map Line
                                     Subject Property Zoning Area Map

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                                     RESOLUTION –Z07-0099

      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
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       WHEREAS, on the 4th of October 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of Bluff
Property, LLC, owner of record, and Place Acquistion, LLC, purchaser requesting an amendment to rezone
27.47 acres more or less into three tracts of land. Tract 1 being 18 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural
District to R-5 Multiple Family Residential District; Tract 2 being 3.65 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural
District to B-4 Wholesale Business District; Tract 3 being 5.82 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District
to B-4 Wholesale Business District. Public water and sewers will be available. This is located in
Edwardsville Township, Northwest of the intersection of NW University Drive and New Poag Road,
Edwardsville, IL; and,

      Tract 1 – Part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 17, Township 4 North, Range 8 West of
      the Third Principal Meridian, County of Madison, State of Illinois and being more
      particularly described as follows:
      Commencing at the northwest corner of said Section 17; thence on an assumed bearing of
      South 84 degrees 27 minutes 58 seconds East, on the north line of said Section 17, a
      distance of 2052.48 feet to the Point of Beginning.

      From said Point of Beginning; thence continuing South 84 degrees 27 minutes 58 seconds
      East, on said north line of said Section 17, a distance of 1222.99 feet; thence South 38
      degrees 34 minutes 20 seconds West, a distance of 519.05 feet; thence South 44 degrees 50
      minutes 07 seconds East, a distance of 185.63 feet to the northwesterly right of way line of
      New Poag Road; thence 100.03 feet on said northwesterly right of way line of New Poag
      Road on an non-tangential curve to the right having a radius of 2146.83 feet, the chord of
      said curve bears South 46 degrees 20 minutes 28 seconds West, a distance of 100.02 feet;
      thence North 44 degrees 50 minutes 07 seconds West, a distance of 181.27 feet; thence
      South 64 degrees 18 minutes 14 seconds West, a distance of 548.21 feet; thence South 74
      degrees 15 minutes 27 seconds West, a distance of 291.52 feet; thence 329.85 feet on a
      non-tangential curve to the left having a radius of 630.00 feet, the chord of said curve bears
      North 35 degrees 02 minutes 08 seconds West, a distance of 326.10 feet; thence North 12
      degrees 00 minutes 54 seconds East, a distance of 660.13 feet to the Point of Beginning.

      Said parcel contains 18.00 acres, more or less.

      Subject to easements, conditions and restrictions of record.

      Tract 2

      Part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 17, Township 4 north, Range 8 West of the Third
      Principal Meridian, County of Madison, State of Illinois and being more particularly
      described as follows:
      Commencing at the northwest corner of said Section 17; thence on an assumed bearing of
      South 84 degrees 27 minutes 58 seconds East, on the north line of said Section 17, a
      distance of 3275.47 feet to the Point of Beginning.

      From said Point of Beginning; thence continuing South 84 degrees 27 minutes 58 seconds
      East, on said north line of said Section 17, a distance of 271.21 feet to the northwesterly
      right of way line of New Poag Road; thence 665.13 feet on said northwesterly right of way
      line of New Poag Road on a non-tangential curve to the right having a radius of 2221.83
      feet, the chord of said curve bears South 35 degrees 31 minutes 29 seconds West, a distance
      of 662.65 feet to the northeasterly right of way line of New Poag Road; thence North 45
      degrees 53 minutes 57 seconds West, on said northeasterly right of way line of New Poag
      Road, a distance of 75.00 feet; thence 33.93 feet on said northwesterly right of way line of


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      New Poag Road on a non-tangential curve to the right having a radius of 2146.83 feet, the
      chord of said curve bears South 44 degrees 33 minutes 12 seconds West, a distance of
      33.93 feet; thence North 44 degrees 50 minutes 07 seconds West, a distance of 185.63 feet;
      thence North 38 degrees 34 minutes 20 seconds East, a distance of 519.05 feet to the Point
      of Beginning.

      Said parcel contains 3.65 acres, more or less.

      Subject to easements, conditions and restrictions of record.

      Tract 3

      Part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 17, Township 4 North, Range 8 West of the Third
      Principal Meridian, County of Madison, State of Illinois and being more particularly
      described as follows:
      Commencing at the northwest corner of said Section 17; thence on an assumed bearing of
      South 84 degrees 27 minutes 58 seconds East, on the north line of said Section 17, a
      distance of 25052.48 feet; thence South 12 degrees 00 minutes 54 seconds East, a distance
      of 660.13 feet; thence 329.85 feet on a non-tangential curve to the right having a radius of
      630.00 feet, the chord of said curve bears South 35 degrees 02 minutes 08 seconds East, a
      distance of 326.10 feet to the Point of Beginning;
      From said Point of Beginning; thence North 74 degrees 15 minutes 27 seconds East, a
      distance of 291.52 feet; thence North 64 degrees 18 minutes 14 seconds East, a distance o
      f548.21 feet; thence South 44 degrees 50 minutes 07 seconds East, a distance of 181.27 feet
      to the northwesterly right of way line of New Poag Road on a non-tangential curve to the
      right having a radius of 2146.83 feet, the chord of said curve bears South 55 degrees 53
      minutes 18 seconds West, a distance of 613.32 feet; thence South 25 degrees 53 minutes 57
      seconds East, southwesterly right of way line of said New Poag Road, a distance of 85.00
      feet to said northwesterly right of way line of New Poag Road; thence 362.51 feet on said
      northwesterly right of way line of New Poag Road on a non-tangential curve to the right
      having a radius of 2231.83 feet, the chord of said curve bears South 68 degrees 45 minutes
      14 seconds West, a distance of 362.11 feet; thence North 14 degrees 00 minutes 11 seconds
      West, a distance of 309.17 feet; thence 66.34 feet on a curve to the left having a radius of
      630.00 feet, the chord of said curve bears North 17 degrees 01 minutes 11 seconds West, a
      distance of 66.31 feet to the Point of Beginning.
      Said parcel contains 5.82 acres, more or less.

      Subject to easements, conditions and restrictions of record.

     WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Bluff Property, LLC, owner of record, and Place Acquisition,
LLC; be as follows: Granted; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption

                                       s/ William S. Meyer
                                       s/ Kelly Tracy


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                                      s/ Brenda Roosevelt
                                      s/ Jean Myers
                                      s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                      s/ Jack Minner
                                      s/ Helen M. Hawkins
                                      PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

October 17, 2007

FINDING OF FACT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MADISON COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Case #Z07-0099 Amendment to Rezone
Location: Intersection of NW University Dr. and New Poag Rd., Edwardsville, IL
County Board District #24 Kent Scheibel

“Upon notice, any interested person may review all records, tapes and other information pertaining to this
case in the Madison County Planning and Development Department”

PETITION

    1. Bluff Property, LLC, owner of record, and Place Acquisition, LLC., purchaser requesting an
       amendment to rezone 27.47 acres more or less into three tracts of land. Tract 1 being 18 acres to
       be rezoned from Agricultural District to R-5 Multiple Family Residential District; Tract 2 being
       3.65 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to B-4 Wholesale Business District; Tract 3
       being 5.82 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to B-4 Wholesale Business District.
       Public water and sewers will be available. This is located at the intersection of NW University
       Drive and New Poag Road, Edwardsville, IL.

    2. Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Campbell called the meeting of the Zoning Board to
       order at 8:30 a.m. on October 4, 2007 in the offices of the Madison County Planning and
       Development Department. A quorum of the Zoning Board was declared present with Dauderman,
       Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter and Quatto with all members in attendance.

FACTS

    3. It is noted for the record that all required notices were sent to the adjoining property owners and
       proper newspaper and on-site notifications have been made.

    4. A public hearing was convened on subject property site at 12:00 p.m. and all members of the
       Zoning Board were on-site and made themselves familiar with the neighborhood and area in
       question. All witnesses testified under oath and any and all exhibits that were presented to the
       Zoning Board were made part of the file and admitted into evidence. There was a letter submitted
       from the City of Edwardsville expressing concerns related to sewer and water connection,
       density, land usage, site access and zoning compatibility.

    5. Testifying in behalf of the proposal was Gerry Schuetzenhofer & Dan Murphey of Bluff Property
       LLC., owner of record. The petitioners request to rezone 27.47 acres more or less into three tracts
       of land. Tract 1 being 18 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to R-5 Multiple Family
       Residential District; Tract 2 being 3.65 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to B-4
       Wholesale Business District; Tract 3 being 5.82 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to
       B-4 Wholesale Business District. Public water and sewers will be available.


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  6. Petitioners indicated that the purchaser, Place Properties, is an owner of student housing units
     around the country. The 18 acres set aside in Tract 1 would be for student housing. Place
     Properties have 13,000 bedrooms across the country and they have offices in Atlanta and Dallas.
     There will be a total of 10 buildings which is comprised of 180 units, and parking for 499 cars.
     There will be a community center, a pool area, volleyball pit, a fitness facility, and a computer lab
     for the students. The units are a 4 bedroom plan with private bathrooms. There would be a
     shared living room, kitchen and balcony in each unit. They contract directly with the students
     and their parents so that there is not a problem if someone moves out and who is held responsible.
     Petitioners feel that the project will not be a detriment to the area but will be a really positive
     compliment to the university and the neighbors surrounding it and will produce tax dollars for the
     city, county, and township. The Petitioners indicated that they do propose to annex into the City
     of Edwardsville and will comply with all regulations. Petitioners have had positive conversations
     with the county highway commissioner in regards to the egress and ingress of this property.
     Tracts 2 and 3 will someday provide business services to the students and the surrounding area.
     In regards to storm water, it is the intent of the developer to design the property as to not increase
     the water runoff, and in talking to the developer they will meet all of the requirements that are
     placed on them and will not negatively affect the other properties around it.

  7. Raymond Lai, Director of Planning and Zoning for the City of Edwardsville, indicated that they
     submitted a letter of comments that they had concerning the rezoning of the property.

  8. Rona Blattner, of Brockmeyer Sod Farms, expressed her concern in regards to the amount of
     runoff that will be created from this project. She stated that they have had storm water problems
     in this area, and for approximately the last 15 years drainage has been blocked. She has had
     extreme difficulty in getting anyone to open up that drainage area. She believes that it is crucial
     that there is a detailed plan about how the drainage problems are going to be resolved before
     another step is taken for growth in the area.

  9. Rich Walker, Assistant Vice Chancellor for SIUE indicated that university has an interest in the
     project, but are not taking a position on the development. He asked that the university continue to
     be kept informed of the project as it develops.

  10. No other parties spoke in favor of the proposed request.

  11. No other parties spoke in opposition to the proposal.

  12. During the hearing, all parties, both pro and con were given ample opportunity to participate, ask
      questions and give evidence as they deemed appropriate.

  13. After having heard both those for and against the proposal and having heard all the evidence and
      testimony presented, the Chairman closed the public hearing portion of Case #Z07-0099 at 12:20
      p.m.

FINDINGS

  1. After reconvening in the offices of the Madison County Planning and Development Department,
     the Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals reviewed the facts of Case #Z07-0099.

  2. Motion was made by Mr. Carter and Seconded by Mr. Quatto to recommend the rezoning,
     whereupon the Chairman asked for discussion on the motion.


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    3. The Zoning Board of Appeals finds that after hearing all testimony and reviewing the facts of the
       case, that the conditions upon which the requested rezoning is based that the property in question
       is suitable for the proposed use and is compatible with the surrounding area; and

    4. The granting of the rezoning would not be detrimental to the surrounding properties; and

    5. The proposed rezoning would not be detrimental to the health, safety and welfare of the
       community and there appears to be a need for the proposed use.

    6. Roll Call vote.
       Ayes to the motion: Misters. Kelly, Kacer, Dawes, Carter, Quatto, Dauderman
       Nays to the motion: Misters. None
       Where upon the Chairman declared the motion duly approved.

RECOMMENDATION

The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals recommends the requests to rezone 27.47 acres more or
less into three tracts of land. Tract 1 being 18 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to R-5
Multiple Family Residential District; Tract 2 being 3.65 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to
B-4 Wholesale Business District; Tract 3 being 5.82 acres to be rezoned from Agricultural District to B-4
Wholesale Business District. Public water and sewers will be available. This is located at the intersection
of NW University Drive and New Poag Road, Edwardsville, Illinois.

s/ Michael Campbell
Chairman, Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals

s./ Frank Miles
Secretary, Zoning Administrator

Attachments:                           Subject Property Area Map Line
                                       Subject Property Zoning Area Map

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    RESOLUTION APPROVING INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT FOR ILLINOIS
       TOMORROW CORRIDOR PLANNING GRANT FOR I-55 CORRIDOR STUDY

WHEREAS, Madison County has been notified by the Illinois Department of Transportation that the I-55
Illinois Tomorrow Corridor Planning grant application has been approved; and,

WHEREAS, this planning grant application was previously authorized by the Madison County Board;
and,

WHEREAS, this planning grant will provide $150,000 in funding for the development of the Phase II
study for the “I-55” Corridor Transportation and Growth Management Plan; and,

WHEREAS, each grant requires matching funds of $15,000 from participating local governments; and,




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WHEREAS, 55 ILCS 5/5-14005 encourages the cooperation by counties with political subdivisions
within their respective territories including the coordination of municipal plans with county and regional
plans; and,

WHEREAS, the Phase II I-55 Illinois Tomorrow Corridor Planning Grant application was made jointly
with the City of Edwardsville and the Village of Glen Carbon; and

WHEREAS, Madison County will contribute $5,000 towards the I-55 Corridor Planning project from the
Planning and Development Department Budget and the other aforementioned planning partners will
contribute all remaining match requirements; and,

WHEREAS, the execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement is necessary between Madison County,
the Illinois Department of Transportation and each of these entities setting forth obligations under the
grant awards; and

WHEREAS, each of these grants are reimbursable grant programs, whereby Madison County will
advance funds to complete the grant’s purposes and will be reimbursed by the State of Illinois,
Department of Transportation up to the total amount of the grant for each project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison that the
County Board Chairman is authorized to enter into the Intergovernmental Agreement with the
aforementioned units of government, herein provided as Attachment “A” I-55 Illinois Tomorrow
Corridor Planning Grant, setting forth the obligations under these agreements.

Respectfully Submitted,

s/ Brenda Roosevelt
s/ Jack Minner
s/ Jean Myers                                   s/ Gussie Glasper
s/ Michelle Ruppert                             s/ Joyce Fitzgerald
s/ Helen Hawkins                                s/ Judy Kuhn
s/ Kelly Tracy                                  s/ Frank Laub
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT                        GRANTS COMMITTEE
COMMITTEE

                                            Attachment “A”

                             INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT

Phase II ” I-55 Illinois Tomorrow Corridor Planning Grant”


WHEREAS, Madison County is a County organized under the laws of the State of Illinois; and,

WHEREAS, City/Village of _______________________ is a municipality organized entity under the
laws of the State of Illinois; and,

WHEREAS, 55 ILCS 5/5-14005 encourages the cooperation by counties with political subdivisions
within their respective territories including the coordination of municipal plans with county and regional
plans; and,



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WHEREAS, the parties enter this Intergovernmental Agreement pursuant to the Illinois
Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, and in accordance with this agreement, Madison County has agreed
to be the grant recipient and contracting agent for the Phase II Illinois Tomorrow Corridor Planning Grant
for the IL-55 Corridor Transportation and Growth Management Plan; and,

WHEREAS, the area to be studied includes portions of unincorporated Madison County and
incorporated places in the City of Edwardsville and the Village of Glen Carbon.

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED as follows:

    1. That the County of Madison agrees to be the fiscal agent for the execution of the grant agreement
       and any contractual agreements for professional services.

    2. The total grant maximum from the State of Illinois is $150,000 and requires a $15,000 match
       from participating local governments.

    3. The local match of $15,000 is to be shared by the units of government participating in this
       agreement of which will be split as follows:

        Madison County $5000
        City of Edwardsville $5000
        Village of Glen Carbon $5000

    4. The Edwardsville-Glen Carbon Alliance, a not-for-profit Illinois entity established under Section
       501 (c) (6) of the Internal Revenue Code, will act as the planning facilitator for the development
       of the plan and provide the economic development portion of the plan and will be compensated
       from the grant funds at a mutually agreed upon fee not to exceed $35,000.

    5. The Edwardsville-Glen Carbon Alliance will establish a Plan Management Committee to provide
       oversight for the planning effort and such committee will consist of representatives as designated
       by the Chief Elected Officers of Madison County, the City of Edwardsville and the Village of
       Glen Carbon. In addition, the Edwardsville-Glen Carbon Alliance Board of Directors will appoint
       three representatives to the committee.

    6. The Plan Management Committee will oversee the consultant selection process and a
       recommendation will be forwarded to the Madison County Board for approval.

    7. The Planning Management Committee will oversee the plan formulation process, which shall
       include the participation of citizens and at least one public hearing shall be held before the plan
       and final report being submitted to the county and municipalities.


WITNESS our hands and seals the _______ day of __________________, 2007.


                                                MADISON COUNTY

                                                By: ____________________________________
                                                    County Board Chairman

ATTEST:


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___________________________________
Witness


CITY/VILLAGE OF _______________________

                                                 By: ____________________________________
                                                     Mayor

ATTEST:

___________________________________
                                                Witness


                                                 CITY/VILLAGE OF _______________________

                                                 By: ____________________________________
                                                     Mayor



ATTEST:

___________________________________
Witness

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                                      RESOLUTION –Z07-0072
      WHEREAS, The Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals has submitted its Findings for the
aforesaid petition; and,

       WHEREAS, on the 19th of July 2007, a public hearing was held to consider the Petition of Jacquelyn
Dill, owner of record, and Richard Buenger, purchaser, requesting an Amendment to rezone 2 tracts of land
being 109.21 acres, more or less, from Agricultural District to R-1 Single Family Residential District.
Tract 1 being in St. Jacob Township containing 35.30 acres and Tract 2 being in Jarvis Township
containing 73.91 acres. Each lot will be one acre or more in size and will have public water and will use
private individual septic systems. This is located next to 1969 Triad Road, St. Jacob, IL; and,

      Parcel 1: Part of the Northeast Quarter of Section 12 in Township 3 North, Range 7 West of
      the Third Principal Meridian, described as: begin on the Section line 10 chains South of the
      Northeast corner of Section 12, run thence West and parallel with the North line of said
      Section, 105 rods more or less to a post on the West bank of Silver Creek, thence Southward
      on the West bank of said Creek following its meanderings to a point 525 feet due North of
      the South line of said Northeast Quarter, thence South 88 degrees 55 minutes East and
      parallel with said South line to a point on the East line of Section 12, 525 feet North of the
      Southeast corner of said Northeast Quarter, thence North on said East line to the point of




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      beginning, (except coal underlying said premises with the right to mine and remove same) in
      Madison County, Illinois.

      Parcel 2: All that part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 7 in Township 3 North, Range 6
      West of the Third Principal Meridian lying West of the Lebanon and Staunton Road, except
      the South 839 feet thereof, Also excepting therefrom that part conveyed to George F. Dill
      and Jacquelyn dill by Warranty Deed recorded in Book 3097 Page 2316 more particularly
      described as follows: A tract of land in the Northwest Quarter, Section 7, Township 3 North,
      Range 6 West, Third Principal Meridian, Madison County, Illinois, being more particularly
      described as follows: beginning at the Northwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of said
      Section 7; thence South 0 Degrees 22 minutes 30 seconds East, along the West line of said
      Northwest Quarter a distance of 405.95 feet; thence North 89 degrees, 22 minutes 50 seconds
      East, a distance of 709.28 feet; thence North 0 degrees 35 minutes 20seconds West, a
      distance of 398.30 feet to the North line of said Northwest Quarter; thence West along said
      North line, a distance of 707.81 feet, to the point of beginning, also except coal underlying
      said premises with the right to mine and remove same, in Madison county, Illinois.

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison County
Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Jacquelyn Dill, owner of record, and Richard Buenger,
purchaser; be as follows: Granted; and,

     WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the County Board of Madison County that the Findings made by the
Madison County Zoning Board of Appeals should be approved and Resolution adopted.
    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution is approved and shall take effect
immediately upon its adoption.

                                      s/ William S. Meyer
                                      s/ Kelly A. Tracy
                                      s/ Jack Minner
                                      s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                      s/ Brenda Roosevelt
                                      s/ Jean Myers
                                      PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

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                           ORDINANCE #2007-013
 AN ORDINANCE PROPOSING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ESTATES AT HERITAGE
  LANDING SUBDIVISION SPECIAL SERVICE AREA OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS
 AND THE LEVY OF TAXES FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE COST OF PROVIDING
                 SPECIAL SERVICES IN AND FOR SUCH AREA

WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois (the Constitution),
the County of Madison, Illinois (the County), is authorized to create special service areas in and for the
County; and

WHEREAS, special service areas are established by non-home rule units pursuant to Section 7(6) of
Article VII of the Constitution, which provides that—




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          Counties…which are not home rule units shall have…powers…to levy or impose
          additional taxes upon areas within their boundaries in the manner provided by law
          for the provision of special services to those areas and for the payment of debt
          incurred in order to provide those special services;

and are established “in the manner provided by law” pursuant to the provision of “AN ACT to provide the
manner of levying or imposing taxes for the provision of special services to areas within the boundaries of
home rule units and non-home rule municipalities and counties,“ approved September 21, 1973, as
amended, and pursuant to the Revenue Act of 1939 of the State of Illinois, as amended; and

WHEREAS, it is in the public interest that the establishment of the area (the Area) hereinafter described
as a special service area for the purposes set forth herein and to be designated as The Estates at Heritage
Landing Subdivision be considered; and,

WHEREAS, the Area is compact and contiguous, totally within The Estates at Heritage Landing
Subdivision, as described in Exhibit A; and

WHEREAS, the Area will benefit specially from the services (the Services) to be provided by the County
and the Services are unique and in addition to the services provided by the County as a whole, and it is
therefore, in the best interests of the County that the establishment of the Area be considered; and

WHEREAS, it is in the public interest that the levy of a direct annual ad valorem tax upon all taxable
property within the Area be considered for the purpose of paying the cost of providing the Services; and

WHEREAS, the revenue from such tax shall be used solely and only for Services for which the County is
authorized under the provisions of the Illinois County Code, as amended, to levy taxes or special
assessments or to appropriate the funds of the County, all of the Services to be in and for the Area and for
all of the necessary construction and maintenance to be on property now owned or to be acquired by the
County, or property in which the County will obtain an interest sufficient for the provision of the
Services; and

WHEREAS, said direct annual ad valorem tax shall be levied upon all taxable property within the Area
for an indefinite period of time beginning for the year 2007 and shall not exceed an annual rate of .50 per
$100.00 of the assessed valuation of each tax parcel within the Area and shall be in addition to all other
taxes permitted by law; and

WHEREAS a public hearing was held at 4:00 PM, on the 7th day of June, 2007, in the Madison County
Administration Building, 157 North Main Street, Suite 254, Edwardsville, Illinois (the Hearing), to
consider the establishment of the Area for the purpose of paying the cost thereof, all as described in the
Notice of Public Hearing set forth in Section 2 hereof (the Notice); and

WHEREAS, the Notice was given by publication and mailing. Notice by publication was given by
publication on a date, such date being not less than 15 days prior to the Hearing, in a newspaper of
general circulation in the area of the proposed special service area. Notice by mailing was given by
depositing the Notice in the United States Mail addressed to the person or persons in whose name the
general taxes for the last preceding year were paid on each lot, block, tract, or parcel of land lying within
the Area. The Notice was mailed not less than 10 days prior to the time set for the Hearing. In the event
taxes for the last preceding year were not paid, the Notice was sent to the person last listed on the tax rolls
prior to that year as the owner of said property.




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NOW, THEREFORE, Be it Ordained by the County Board of the County of Madison, Illinois, as
follows:

                                  Section 1. Incorporation of preambles

The preambles of this ordinance are hereby incorporated into this text as if set out herein in full.

                                             Section 2. Notice

The County Board Chairman and its members determine that the Notice is in the proper statutory form as
set forth as follows:

        NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
        OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS
        THE ESTATES AT HERITAGE LANDING SUBDIVISION SPECIAL SERVICE
        AREA

        NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on June 7, 2007, at 4:00 p.m., in the Madison County
        Administration Building, Edwardsville, Illinois, a public hearing (the Hearing) was held
        by the County Board of the County of Madison, Illinois (the County), to consider the
        establishment of The Estates at Heritage Landing Subdivision Special Service Area, (the
        Area), consisting of the following described territory:

        SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT A - Legal

        Said territory consists of approximately 52.5 acres lying in Section 1 of Collinsville
        Township, adjacent to Lemen Settlement Road. An accurate map of said territory is on
        file in the office of the County Clerk and is available for public inspection.

        The purpose of the establishment of the Special Service Area is to provide the
        following special services (the Services) to the Area: the operation, maintenance,
        repair, rehabilitation, replacement and reconstruction of any Private Central
        Sewage Collection and Treatment System, which includes all components of the
        sewage collection and treatment system; costs of design, engineering and other
        consulting services, surveying and permits, public liability insurance, and all
        administrative, legal and other costs or expenses incurred in connection therewith
        and with the administration of the Area, including the repayment of any loan or
        debt incurred for the provision of any of such Services, all of the Services to be in
        and for the Area.

        All of the Services are to be on property now owned or to be acquired by the County of
        Madison, or property in which the County of Madison will obtain an interest sufficient
        for the provision of the Services.

        The levy of a direct annual ad valorem tax upon all taxable property within the Area for
        the purpose of paying the cost of the Services will also be considered at the Hearing. The
        tax shall be levied upon all taxable property within the Area for an indefinite period of
        time beginning for the year 2002 and shall not exceed an annual rate of the .50 per
        $100.00 of the assessed valuation of each tax parcel within the Area and shall be in
        addition to all other taxes permitted by law.



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        All interested persons affected by the establishment of the Area or tax levy, including all
        owners of real estate located within the Area, were given an opportunity to be heard at
        the Hearing regarding the establishment of the Area and the tax levy and an opportunity
        to file objections to the establishment of the Area or the tax levy.

        At the Hearing, any interested person affected by the Area may file with the County
        Clerk written objections to and may be heard orally in respect to any issues embodied in
        this notice. The County Board Chairman and its members shall hear and determine all
        protests and objections at the Hearing, and the Hearing may be adjourned to another date
        without further notice other than a motion to be entered upon the minutes fixing the time
        and place of its adjournment.

        If a petition signed by at least 51% of the electors residing within the Area and by at least
        51% of the owners of record of the land included within the boundaries of the Area is
        filed with the County Clerk within 60 days following the final adjournment of the
        Hearing objecting to the creation of the Area or the levy or imposition of a tax for the
        provision of the Services to the Area, no such Special Service Area may be created or no
        tax may be levied or imposed

        By order of the County Board of Madison County, Illinois.

        Dated this 17th day of October, 2007.

        s/ Mark Von Nida
        County Clerk of the County of Madison, Illinois


Section 3. Miscellaneous

The County of Madison, Illinois agrees to produce or file such forms, statements, proceedings
and supporting documents as may be required and in a timely manner in order to establish the
Area and levy the taxes and, if deemed necessary or advisable by its officers, to employ and pay
fiscal agents, financial advisors, attorneys and other persons to assist the County in these
endeavors.

                                    Section 4. Repealer effective date

All ordinances, orders and resolutions and parts thereof in conflict herewith be and the same are
hereby repealed, and this ordinance be in full force and effect forthwith upon its package,
approval and publication as provided by law.

Dated: October 22, 2007

Approved:

s/ Alan J. Dunstan
County Board Chairman

Attested:

s/ Mark Von Nida


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County Clerk

                                           EXHIBIT A

       The Southwest Quarter (1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of Section Thirty-six
       (36) Township Three (3) North Range Eight (8) West of the Third Principal
       Meridian, and Also Part of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of said Section, particularly
       described as follows; to wit:
       Begin at a point on the South line of said Southeast Quarter (1/4) Thirteen (13)
       chains West of the Southeast corner of said Quarter Section; thence West Seven (7)
       chains to the Southwest corner of the East half (1/2) of said Quarter Section; thence
       North along the half Quarter Section line, Twenty-one (21) chains Ninety-six (96)
       links; thence South 86 degrees East Three (3) chains Ninety-six links; thence South
       Three (3) degrees Forty (40) minutes East twenty-two (22) chains and four (4) links
       to the place of beginning, containing Twelve (12) acres.
       Subject to an easement granted by John Gass and Justine Gass, his wife, and
       Edward Kleppisch and Anna Kleppisch, hs wife, to Illana Company, a Delaware
       Corporation, dated January 20, 1939, and recorded in the Recorder's Office of
       Madison County, Illinois, in Book 775 Page 417; Also, Subject to an Easement
       granted by John Gass and Justine Gass, his wife, to Illinois Power Company, an
       Illinois Corporation, dated July 22, 1918 and recorded in the Recorder's Office of
       Madison County, Illinois, in Book 1077 Page 319.
       Except the coal and other mineral underlying, with the right to mine and remove
       same from thereunder.




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                          ORDINANCE #2007-014
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE ESTATES AT HERITAGE LANDING SUBDIVISION
SPECIAL SERVICE AREA OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS AND THE LEVY OF TAXES
FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE COST OF PROVIDING SPECIAL SERVICES IN AND
                            FOR SUCH AREA

WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois (the Constitution),
the County of Madison, Illinois (the County), is authorized to create special service areas in and for the
County; and,

WHEREAS, special service areas are established by non-home rule units pursuant to Section 7(6) of
Article VII of the Constitution, which provides that—

          Counties…which are not home rule units shall have…powers…to levy or impose
          additional taxes upon areas within their boundaries in the manner provided by law
          for the provision of special services to those areas and for the payment of debt
          incurred in order to provide those special services; and,

WHEREAS, special service areas are established “in the manner provided by law” pursuant to the
provision of “AN ACT to provide the manner of levying or imposing taxes for the provision of special
services to areas within the boundaries of home rule units and non-home rule municipalities and
counties,“ approved September 21, 1973, as amended, and pursuant to the Revenue Act of 1939 of the
State of Illinois, as amended; and,

WHEREAS, it is in the public interest that the establishment of the area (the Area) hereinafter described
as a special service area for the purposes set forth herein and to be designated as The Estates at Heritage
Landing Subdivision be considered; and,

WHEREAS, the Area is compact and contiguous, totally within The Estates at Heritage Landing
Subdivision, as described in Exhibit A; and,

WHEREAS, the Area will benefit specially from the services (the Services) to be provided by the County
and the Services are unique and in addition to the services provided by the County as a whole, and it is
therefore, in the best interests of the County that the establishment of the Area be considered; and,

WHEREAS, the cost of providing the Services shall be paid by the levy of a direct annual ad valorem tax
upon all taxable property within the Area; and,

WHEREAS, said direct annual ad valorem tax shall be levied upon all taxable property within the Area
for an indefinite period of time beginning for the year 2007 and shall not exceed an annual rate of .50 per
$100.00 of the assessed valuation of each tax parcel within the Area and shall be in addition to all other
taxes permitted by law; and,
WHEREAS, the establishment of the Area was proposed by the County Board of the County of Madison
pursuant to an Ordinance entitled

        “An Ordinance Proposing the Establishment of the The Estates at Heritage Landing
        Subdivision Special Service Area of Madison County, Illinois and the Levy of Taxes for
        the Purpose of Paying the Cost of Providing Special Services in and for Such Area”


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(the Proposing Ordinance) duly adopted on October 17, 2007 and was considered at a public hearing (the
hearing) held by the County Board on June 7, 2007; and,

WHEREAS, notice of the Hearing was given by publication at least once not less than 15 days prior to
the Hearing in Edwardsville Intelligencer, the same being a newspaper published in a newspaper of
general circulation in the area of the proposed special service area; and,

WHEREAS, mailed notice of the Hearing was given by depositing the Notice in the United States Mail
addressed to the person or persons in whose name the general taxes for the last preceding year were paid
on each lot, block, tract, or parcel of land lying within the Area. The Notice was mailed not less than 10
days prior to the time set for the Hearing and in the event taxes for the last preceding year were not paid,
the Notice was sent to the person last listed on the tax rolls prior to that year as the owner of said
property; and,

WHERAS, said notice complied with all of the applicable provisions and requirements of the Act; and,

WHEREAS, all interested persons affected by the establishment of the Area or the levy of the tax to pay
the cost of providing the Services including all owners of real estate located within the Area, were given
an opportunity to be heard at the Hearing regarding the establishment of the Area and the levy of said tax
and an opportunity to file objections to the establishment of the Area or the levy of said tax; and,

WHEREAS, at the Hearing, all interested persons affected by the Area were permitted to file with the
County Clerk written objections to and to be heard orally in respect to any issue embodied in the notice
given of the Hearing; and,

WHEREAS, the County Board has determined and does hereby determine that it is in the public interest
and in the interest of the County of Madison and the Area that the Area be established.

NOW, THEREFORE, Be it Ordained by the County Board of the County of Madison, Illinois, as
follows:

Section 1. Incorporation of preambles

The preambles of this ordinance are hereby incorporated into this text as if set out herein in full.

Section 2. Final adjournment of Hearing

The Hearing was finally adjourned on June 7, 2007.

Section 3. Establishment of Area

    (a) The Estates at Heritage Landing Subdivision Special Service Area is hereby established in and
        for the County of Madison and shall consist of the territory legally described in Exhibit A
        attached.

    (b) Said territory consists of approximately 52.5 acres lying in Section 1 of Collinsville
        Township, adjacent to Lemen Settlement Road. An accurate map of said territory is
        attached hereto and made a part hereof.

Section 4. Purpose of the establishing the Area


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        The purpose of establishing the Area is to provide the Services to the Area, including the
        operation, maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, replacement and reconstruction of any
        Private Central Sewage Collection and Treatment System, which includes all components
        of the sewage collection and treatment system; costs of design, engineering and other
        consulting services, surveying and permits, public liability insurance, and all
        administrative, legal and other costs or expenses incurred in connection therewith and
        with the administration of the Area, including the repayment of any loan or debt incurred
        for the provision of any of such Services, all of the Services to be in and for the Area.

Section 5. Tax Levy

The cost of the Services shall be paid by the levy of a direct annual ad valorem tax upon all taxable
property within the Area for an indefinite period of time beginning for the year 2007 and shall not exceed
an annual rate of .50 per $100.00 of the assessed valuation of each tax parcel within the Area and shall be
in addition to all other taxes permitted by law.

Section 6. Filing

The County Clerk is hereby directed to file a certified copy of this ordinance, including an accurate map
of the area in the office of the Madison County Recorder forthwith after its adoption and approval.

Section 7. Repealer

All ordinances, orders and resolutions and parts thereof in conflict herewith be and the same are hereby
repealed, and this ordinance be in full force and effect forthwith upon its adoption.

Dated: _October 22, 2007

Approved:

s/ Alan J. Dunstan
County Board Chairman

Attested:

s/ Mark Von Nida
County Clerk

                                              EXHIBIT A

        The Southwest Quarter (1/4) of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of Section Thirty-six
        (36) Township Three (3) North Range Eight (8) West of the Third Principal
        Meridian, and Also Part of the Southeast Quarter (1/4) of said Section, particularly
        described as follows; to wit:
        Begin at a point on the South line of said Southeast Quarter (1/4) Thirteen (13)
        chains West of the Southeast corner of said Quarter Section; thence West Seven (7)
        chains to the Southwest corner of the East half (1/2) of said Quarter Section; thence
        North along the half Quarter Section line, Twenty-one (21) chains Ninety-six (96)
        links; thence South 86 degrees East Three (3) chains Ninety-six links; thence South



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Three (3) degrees Forty (40) minutes East twenty-two (22) chains and four (4) links
to the place of beginning, containing Twelve (12) acres.
Subject to an easement granted by John Gass and Justine Gass, his wife, and
Edward Kleppisch and Anna Kleppisch, hs wife, to Illana Company, a Delaware
Corporation, dated January 20, 1939, and recorded in the Recorder's Office of
Madison County, Illinois, in Book 775 Page 417; Also, Subject to an Easement
granted by John Gass and Justine Gass, his wife, to Illinois Power Company, an
Illinois Corporation, dated July 22, 1918 and recorded in the Recorder's Office of
Madison County, Illinois, in Book 1077 Page 319.
Except the coal and other mineral underlying, with the right to mine and remove
same from thereunder.




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      Mr. Meyer moved, seconded by Ms. Myers, to adopt the twelve (12) foregoing Resolutions.

      The ayes and nays being called for on the motion to adopt resulted in a vote as follows:

      AYES: Messers. Meyer, Ms. Novacich, Ms. Overton, Patton, Petrillo, Ms. Roosevelt, Ms. Ruppert,
Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley, Ms. Tracy, Trucano, Ms. Voumard, Walters, Wangard, Adler,
Burris, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Hartman, Ms. Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Mr.
Minner, and Ms. Myers.

      NAYS: None.

      AYES: 28. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the twelve (12) foregoing Resolutions
duly adopted.
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     The following Fifty-nine (59) Resolutions were submitted and read:

10-07-001                                RESOLUTION                                        23-1131642-03

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

E End Place Lot Pt 20 Block 3

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-13-12-203-012

As described in certificate(s): 23-1131642-03 sold on November 10, 2004

Commonly known as: 100 Missouri Avenue

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

       WHEREAS, Robert D. Lamon, has bid $707.86 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $289.41 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $10.00 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall
receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the
Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for
his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $707.86.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:


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         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $289.41 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                    10-07-001
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10-07-002                                RESOLUTION                                        14-0572560-03

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Jones Paul Add Lot 12 Bl 6

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-2-15-12-06-102-011

As described in certificate(s): 14-0572560-03 sold on November 9, 2004

Commonly known as: Seminole St.

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Anna M & Matthew Crook, has bid $1,058.48 for the full amount of taxes involved
and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the
same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $574.43 as a return for its Certificate(s)
of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $10.00 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation
Fund shall receive $27.14 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account,
and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the
agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $1,058.48.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:




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         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $574.43 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                    10-07-002
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10-07-003                                RESOLUTION                                        23-1079845-03

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Lockyers Add Lot 15 Block 2

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-02-17-204-040

As described in certificate(s): 23-1079845-03 sold on November 10, 2004

Commonly known as: 421 Mildred St

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Bettye Harley, has bid $2,057.73 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $1231.43 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $10.00 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation
Fund shall receive $0.00 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account,
and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the
agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $2,057.73.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

       BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the


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County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $1231.43 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                    10-07-003
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10-07-004                                RESOLUTION                                        23-1131651-03

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

E End Place Lot Pt 20 Block 3

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-13-12-203-013

As described in certificate(s): 23-1131651-03 sold on November 10, 2004

Commonly known as: 100 Block Missouri Avenue

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

       WHEREAS, Robert D. Lamon, has bid $707.86 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $289.41 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $10.00 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall
receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the
Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for
his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $707.86.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

       BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $289.41 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison


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County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                    10-07-004
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10-07-005                                RESOLUTION                                                707924

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-25-13-303-003

As described in certificate(s): 21-0901334-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, City of Venice, has bid $1,035.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $627.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $1,035.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $627.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.



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        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-005
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10-07-006                                RESOLUTION                                                807006

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Omphghent Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 12-2-04-26-15-401-016

As described in certificate(s): 12-0367931-02 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Henson William, has bid $1,348.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $927.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $1,348.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $927.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan


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CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-006
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10-07-007                                RESOLUTION                                                807013

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Edwardsville Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-2-15-02-14-301-013

As described in certificate(s): 14-0541061-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, David Cann, has bid $742.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $318.22 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$31.78 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $742.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $318.22 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-007
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10-07-008                                RESOLUTION                                                807022

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Ft. Russell Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 15-1-09-32-00-000-039

As described in certificate(s): 15-0241407-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

       WHEREAS, Gerald Clark, has bid $14,175.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $10477.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the
Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for
his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $14,175.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $10477.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-008
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10-07-009                                RESOLUTION                                                807025




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      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Nameoki Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 17-2-20-13-04-404-006

As described in certificate(s): 9817-041781 sold December 1999

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Canada Larry J, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $228.58 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$21.42 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $228.58 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-009
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10-07-010                                RESOLUTION                                                807033

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and



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      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Wood River Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 19-2-08-03-04-407-017

As described in certificate(s): 19-0735876-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Donald Marler, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-010
                                                  ****

10-07-011                                RESOLUTION                                                707034

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Wood River Township


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PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 19-2-08-03-04-407-019

As described in certificate(s): 19-0735892-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Donald Marler, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-011
                                                  ****

10-07-012                                RESOLUTION                                                807052

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-25-13-302-030

As described in certificate(s): 21-0901156-03 sold November 2004


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and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, John Ervin, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $222.86 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$27.14 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $222.86 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-012
                                                  ****

10-07-013                                RESOLUTION                                                807057

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-25-15-403-024

As described in certificate(s): 21-0904546-02 sold November 2003

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.


                                                   -107-
      WHEREAS, Evette Osuegbu, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $219.79 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$30.21 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $219.79 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-013
                                                  ****

10-07-014                                RESOLUTION                                                807072

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-26-15-406-002

As described in certificate(s): 21-0912794-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Victor A Valentine, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of


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Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the
Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for
his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-014
                                                  ****

10-07-015                                RESOLUTION                                                807075

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-35-11-202-015

As described in certificate(s): 21-0916871-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Evette Osuegbu, has bid $1,297.50 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $868.22 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$31.78 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $1,297.50.


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        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $868.22 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-015
                                                  ****

10-07-016                                RESOLUTION                                                807076

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-35-11-202-016

As described in certificate(s): 21-0916889 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Evette Osuegbu, has bid $1,297.50 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $877.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $1,297.50.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:



                                                   -110-
         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $877.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-016
                                                  ****

10-07-017                                RESOLUTION                                                807077

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-25-11-202-021

As described in certificate(s): 21-0916935-03 Sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Evette Osuegbu, has bid $944.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $513.58 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$36.42 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $944.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

       BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $513.58 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison


                                                   -111-
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-017
                                                  ****

10-07-018                                RESOLUTION                                                807084

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-35-16-401-018

As described in certificate(s): 21-0919829-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Lloyd Tiller, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.



                                                   -112-
        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-018
                                                  ****

10-07-019                                RESOLUTION                                                807086

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Venice Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-36-11-201-007

As described in certificate(s): 21-0921599-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Benjamin F. Jones, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $213.58 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$36.42 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $213.58 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan


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CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-019
                                                  ****

10-07-020                                RESOLUTION                                                807098

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Granite City Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-13-18-301-010

As described in certificate(s): 22-0939447-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

       WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $222.86 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $27.14 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the
Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for
his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $222.86 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-020
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10-07-021                                RESOLUTION                                                807100

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Granite City Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-13-19-401-038

As described in certificate(s): 22-0940003-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Adam Harris Inc, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $222.86 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$27.14 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $222.86 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-021
                                                  ****

10-07-022                                RESOLUTION                                                807101




                                                   -115-
      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Granite City Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-13-19-401-039

As described in certificate(s): 22-0940011-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Adam Harris Inc, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-022
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10-07-023                                RESOLUTION                                                807104

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and



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      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Granite City Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-24-15-401-033

As described in certificate(s): 22-0948403-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Kevin Cook, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-023
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10-07-024                                RESOLUTION                                                807117

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Granite City Township


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PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-20-19-06-105-008

As described in certificate(s): 22-1043336-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Jvko Gueorguiev, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $222.86 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$27.14 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $222.86 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-024
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10-07-025                                RESOLUTION                                                807119

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Granite City Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-20-19-07-202-034

As described in certificate(s): 22-1044081-03 sold November 2004


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and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Timothy M. Boyd, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $213.58 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$36.42 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $213.58 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-025
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10-07-026                                RESOLUTION                                                807131

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-011

As described in certificate(s): 23-1066948-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.


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      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $843.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $427.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $843.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $427.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-026
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10-07-027                                RESOLUTION                                                807132

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

23-2-07-01-18-304-012

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-1066956-03 Sold November 2004

As described in certificate(s): 807132

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its


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Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-027
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10-07-028                                RESOLUTION                                                807133

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-013

As described in certificate(s): 23-1066964-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.


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        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-028
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10-07-029                                RESOLUTION                                                807134

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-014

As described in certificate(s): 23-1066972-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:



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         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-029
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10-07-030                                RESOLUTION                                                807135

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-015

As described in certificate(s): 23-1066981-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

       BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison


                                                   -123-
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-030
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10-07-031                                RESOLUTION                                                807136

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-016

As described in certificate(s): 23-1066999-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.



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        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-031
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10-07-032                                RESOLUTION                                                807137

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-017

As described in certificate(s): 23-1067006-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan


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CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-032
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10-07-033                                RESOLUTION                                                807138

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-018

As described in certificate(s): 23-1067014-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-033
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10-07-034                                RESOLUTION                                                807139

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-01-18-304-019

As described in certificate(s): 23-1067022-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Cornerstone Custom Construction, Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and
at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $227.5 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from
this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the
monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-034
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10-07-035                                RESOLUTION                                                807142




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      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-02-17-301-030

As described in certificate(s): 23-1078822-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Antwan Baskin, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $208.94 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$41.06 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $208.94 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-035
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10-07-036                                RESOLUTION                                                807144

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and



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      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-02-17-306-032

As described in certificate(s): 23-1080479-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

       WHEREAS, Scheffel Builders Inc., has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the
Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for
his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-036
                                                  ****

10-07-037                                RESOLUTION                                                807150

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township


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PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-11-14-303-011

As described in certificate(s): 23-1096375-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Wendell McAfoos, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-037
                                                  ****

10-07-038                                RESOLUTION                                                807151

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-11-14-303-012

As described in certificate(s): 23-1096383-03 sold November 2004


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and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Wendell McAfoos, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-038
                                                  ****

10-07-039                                RESOLUTION                                                807155

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-11-19-404-015

As described in certificate(s): 9523-055080 sold January 1997

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.


                                                   -131-
      WHEREAS, Antwan Baskin, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $223.42 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$26.58 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $223.42 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-039
                                                  ****

10-07-040                                RESOLUTION                                                807158

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-12-10-101-022

As described in certificate(s): 23-1110092-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Patrick Thomas, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $227.8 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.


                                                   -132-
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.20 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $227.8 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-040
                                                  ****

10-07-041                                RESOLUTION                                                807161

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-12-14-306-049

As described in certificate(s): 23-1115507-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said
property.

      WHEREAS, Eric D. Owens, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.


                                                   -133-
        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                  s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                             CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-041
                                                  ****

10-07-042                                RESOLUTION                                               807172

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      Alton Twp

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-12-19-405-011

As described in certificate(s): 23-1124085-03 sold November 2004


and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property

      WHEREAS, True Chruch House of Prayer to All Nations, has bid $944.00 for the full amount of
taxes involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle
Committee and at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $532.14 as a
return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of
Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive $17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the
charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The
remainder being the monies due the agent for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $944.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:



                                                   -134-
         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $532.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                  s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                             CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-042
                                                  ****

10-07-043                                RESOLUTION                                               807179

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      Alton Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-08-06-14-308-015

As described in certificate(s): 23-1143276-03 sold November 2003

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property

      WHEREAS, Patrick Thomas, has bid $641.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $232.14 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $641.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

       BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $232.14 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from


                                                   -135-
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                  s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                             CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                              10-07-043
                                                  ****


10-07-044                                RESOLUTION                                               807951

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      Nameoki Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 17-2-20-30-05-104-014

As described in certificate(s): 17-0341177-03, 17-0346675-03, 21-0889806-03, 21-0893217-03, 21-
0897302-03, 21-0898694-03, 21-0903311-03, 21-0904082-03, 21-0907899-03, 21-0905071-03, 21-
0905216-03, 21-0905275-03, 0021-0905291, 21-0908291-03, 21-0909335-03, 21-0909521-03, 21-
0911577-03, 21-0912263-03, 21-0912310-03 sold November 2004

Commonly known as:

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property.

       WHEREAS, City of Madison, has bid $18,609.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $10312.34 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $472.66 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and
the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $665.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent
for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $18,609.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

       BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $10312.34 to be paid to the Treasurer of


                                                   -136-
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                  s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                             CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                              10-07-044
                                                  ****

10-07-045                                RESOLUTION                                               807956

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      Granite City Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-13-13-301-019

As described in certificate(s): 22-0932736-03, 22-0937789-03, 22-1034876-03, 22-1040540-03, 22-
1045401-03, 22-1045410-03 SoldNovember 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property.

       WHEREAS, City of Granite City, has bid $6,150.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $3723.56 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $116.44 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and
the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $210.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent
for his services. The total paid by Purchaser is $6,150.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $3723.56 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.



                                                   -137-
        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                  s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                             CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                               10-07-045
                                                  ****

10-07-046                                RESOLUTION                                               807197

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      Godfrey Township

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 24-2-01-26-02-204-014.001

As described in certificate(s): 24-1239061-03 sold November 2004

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property.

      WHEREAS, Robert R. Smith, has bid $5,085.00 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request
for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it
having been determined that the County shall receive $3727.5 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase.
The County Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.50 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced from this account, and the Recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by Purchaser is $5,085.00.

        THEREFORE, Your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

         BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $3727.5 to be paid to the Treasurer of Madison
County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from
this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and
void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                  s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                             CHAIRMAN


                                                   -138-
Sale to New Owner                                                                             10-07-046
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10-07-047                               RESOLUTION                                              807434

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      1410 West Dr Lot 001

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 19-2-08-02-16-401-023.000-0001

As described in certificate(s): 19-1375011-04 Sold November 2004


       AND WHEREAS, pursuant to public auction sale, Dianne M. Hawley, Purchaser(s) has/have
deposited the total sum of $671.00 for the purchase of said Certificate of Purchase and has/have requested
that the County of Madison assign to said Purchaser(s) the said Certificate of Purchase and all of the
rights of Madison County to obtain a Tax Certificate or Title as to the said mobile home and further, from
said payment the County shall receive $230.33 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County
Clerk shall receive $ for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive $19.67 to
reimburse the Revolving Account for charges advanced there; The Auctioneer shall received $6.00 for
services rendered; the Illinois Secretary of State shall receive the sum of $65.00 for issuance of Tax
Certificate Title to said Purchaser(s); and shall be the sums due the Tax Agent for his services;

         AND WHEREAS, it appears to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that Madison County and
its taxing districts will be best served by assigning its said Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase to said
Purchaser(s) in exchange for the aforesaid payment;

         NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED By The County Board Of Madison County, Illinois,
that the Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to assign the abovesaid Tax
Sale Certificate of Purchase as to the above described mobile home in exchange for payment to the
Treasurer of Madison County, Illinois of the sum of $230.33 tm which shall be disbursed according to
law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from this date and any transaction between the
above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                 s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                            CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                             10-07-047
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10-07-048                               RESOLUTION                                              807437


                                                  -139-
            RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY BOARD CHAIR TO ASSIGN
                 MOBILE HOME TAX SALE CERTIFICATE OF PURCHASE

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      2900 Sand Rd Lot 123

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-1-15-30-00-000-011.000-0123

As described in certificate(s): 14-1353661-04 Sold November 2004


      AND WHEREAS, pursuant to public auction sale, James Briggs, has/have deposited the total sum
of $974.00 for purchase of said Certificate of Purchase and has/have requested that the County of
Madison assign to said Purchaser(s) the said Certificate of Purchase and all of the rights of Madison
County to obtain a Tax Certificate of Title as to the said mobile home and further, from said payment the
County shall receive $530.33 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. the Tax Liquidation Fund shall
receive $19.67 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced therefrom; the Auctioneer shall
receive $9.00 for services rendered; the Illinois Secretary of State shall receive the sum of $65.00 for
issuance of the Tax Certificate Title to said Purchaser(s); and the remainder shall be the sums due the Tax
Agent for his services;

         AND WHEREAS, it appears to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that Madison County and
its taxing districts will be best served by assigning its said Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase to said
Purchaser(s) in exchange for the aforesaid payment;

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County, Illinois, that
the County Board Chair is authorized to assign the abovesaid Tax Sale Certificate o Purchase as to the
above described mobile home in exchange for payment to the Treasurer of Madison County, Illinois, of
the sum of $530.33, which shall be disbursed according to law. This resolution his resolution to be
effective for sixty (60) days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring
within this period shall be null and void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                 s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                            CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                              10-07-048
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10-07-049                               RESOLUTION                                               807443

            RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY BOARD CHAIR TO ASSIGN


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                     MOBILE HOME TAX SALE CERTIFICATE OF PURCHASE

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      31 Holiday MH Park

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 17-1-20-24-00-000-003.000-0031

As described in certificate(s): 17-1362831-04 sold Novembere 2004

      AND WHEREAS, pursuant to public auction sale, James Briggs, has/have deposited the total sum
of $671.00 for purchase of said Certificate of Purchase and has/have requested that the County of
Madison assign to said Purchaser(s) the said Certificate of Purchase and all of the rights of Madison
County to obtain a Tax Certificate of Title as to the said mobile home and further, from said payment the
County shall receive $225.69 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. the Tax Liquidation Fund shall
receive $24.31 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced therefrom; the Auctioneer shall
receive $6.00 for services rendered; the Illinois Secretary of State shall receive the sum of $65.00 for
issuance of the Tax Certificate Title to said Purchaser(s); and the remainder shall be the sums due the Tax
Agent for his services;

         AND WHEREAS, it appears to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that Madison County and
its taxing districts will be best served by assigning its said Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase to said
Purchaser(s) in exchange for the aforesaid payment;

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County, Illinois, that
the County Board Chair is authorized to assign the abovesaid Tax Sale Certificate o Purchase as to the
above described mobile home in exchange for payment to the Treasurer of Madison County, Illinois, of
the sum of $255.69, which shall be disbursed according to law. This resolution his resolution to be
effective for sixty (60) days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring
within this period shall be null and void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                 s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                            CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                              10-07-049
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10-07-050                               RESOLUTION                                               807448

            RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY BOARD CHAIR TO ASSIGN
                 MOBILE HOME TAX SALE CERTIFICATE OF PURCHASE




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      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      42 Holiday MH Park

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 17-1-20-24-00-000-003.001-0042

As described in certificate(s): 17-1364426-04 sold November 2003

       AND WHEREAS, pursuant to public auction sale, Amy Judd, Purchaser(s), has/have deposited the
total sum of $1,075.00 for purchase of said Certificate of Purchase and has/have requested that the County
of Madison assign to said Purchaser(s) the said Certificate of Purchase and all of the rights of Madison
County to obtain a Tax Certificate of Title as to the said mobile home and further, from said payment the
County shall receive $611.76 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. the Tax Liquidation Fund shall
receive $38.23 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced therefrom; the Auctioneer shall
receive $10.00 for services rendered; the Illinois Secretary of State shall receive the sum of $65.00 for
issuance of the Tax Certificate Title to said Purchaser(s); and the remainder shall be the sums due the Tax
Agent for his services;

         AND WHEREAS, it appears to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that Madison County and
its taxing districts will be best served by assigning its said Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase to said
Purchaser(s) in exchange for the aforesaid payment;

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County, Illinois, that
the County Board Chair is authorized to assign the abovesaid Tax Sale Certificate o Purchase as to the
above described mobile home in exchange for payment to the Treasurer of Madison County, Illinois, of
the sum of $611.77, which shall be disbursed according to law. This resolution his resolution to be
effective for sixty (60) days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring
within this period shall be null and void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                 s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                            CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                              10-07-050
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10-07-051                               RESOLUTION                                               807455

            RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY BOARD CHAIR TO ASSIGN
                 MOBILE HOME TAX SALE CERTIFICATE OF PURCHASE

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and


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      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      2732 W 20th Street

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-13-17-302-001.000-0000

As described in certificate(s): 22-1378281-04 sold November 2004

       AND WHEREAS, pursuant to public auction sale, James Briggs, Purchaser(s) has/have deposited
the total sum of $671.00 for purchase of said Certificate of Purchase and has/have requested that the
County of Madison assign to said Purchaser(s) the said Certificate of Purchase and all of the rights of
Madison County to obtain a Tax Certificate of Title as to the said mobile home and further, from said
payment the County shall receive $225.69 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. the Tax
Liquidation Fund shall receive $24.31 to reimburse the Revolving Account the charges advanced
therefrom; the Auctioneer shall receive $6.00 for services rendered; the Illinois Secretary of State shall
receive the sum of $65.00 for issuance of the Tax Certificate Title to said Purchaser(s); and the remainder
shall be the sums due the Tax Agent for his services;

         AND WHEREAS, it appears to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that Madison County and
its taxing districts will be best served by assigning its said Tax Sale Certificate of Purchase to said
Purchaser(s) in exchange for the aforesaid payment;

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County, Illinois, that
the County Board Chair is authorized to assign the abovesaid Tax Sale Certificate o Purchase as to the
above described mobile home in exchange for payment to the Treasurer of Madison County, Illinois, of
the sum of $225.69, which shall be disbursed according to law. This resolution his resolution to be
effective for sixty (60) days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring
within this period shall be null and void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                 s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                            CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                              10-07-051
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09-07-001                               RESOLUTION                                        14-1354021-04

WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to perfect
titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not bee paid, pursuant to 35
ILCS 200/21-90; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the following
described mobile home:

2900 Sand Rd Lot 202 Edwards VIN 4414 Cavalier 1987 871 SQ FT



                                                  -143-
PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-1-15-30-00-000-011.000-0202

As described in certificate(s): 14-1354021-04

Commonly known as : 2000 Sand Road Lot 202

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property, by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in
said property.

WHEREAS, Sherry Copeland, has paid $1283.82 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $580.99 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $117 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$28.95 to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account, and the recorder of
Deeds shall receive $0 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services. The
total paid by the purchaser is $1283.82.

THEREFORE, your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County’s interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described mobile home for the sum of $580.99 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

                   ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                                      s/ Alan J. Dunstan
CLERK                                                 CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                   09-07001

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09-07-002                               RESOLUTION                                        23-1131669-03

WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to perfect
titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not bee paid, pursuant to 35
ILCS 200/21-90; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the following
described mobile home:

E End Place Lot 21 Block 3



                                                  -144-
PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-07-13-12-203-014

As described in certificate(s): 23-1131669-03

Commonly known as : 100 Block Missouri Avenue

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property, by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in
said property.

WHEREAS, Robert D. Lamon, has paid $828.21 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $387.54 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $10 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$22.5 to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account, and the recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by the purchaser is $828.21.

THEREFORE, your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County’s interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described mobile home for the sum of $387.54 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

                   ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                                      s/ Alan J. Dunstan
CLERK                                                 CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                   09-07002

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09-07-003                               RESOLUTION                                        14-0576280-03

WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to perfect
titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not bee paid, pursuant to 35
ILCS 200/21-90; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the following
described mobile home:

Metcalf Place Lot 18 Blk 8



                                                  -145-
PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-2-15-12-17-302-007

As described in certificate(s): 14-0576280-03

Commonly known as : Hancock St

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property, by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in
said property.

WHEREAS, James J. and Melanie Tillerson, has paid $962.2 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $362.59 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $10 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $50.34 to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account, and the
recorder of Deeds shall receive $35 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his
services. The total paid by the purchaser is $962.2.

THEREFORE, your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County’s interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described mobile home for the sum of $362.59 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

                   ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                                      s/ Alan J. Dunstan
CLERK                                                 CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                   09-07003

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09-07-004                               RESOLUTION                                        21-0908622-03

WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to perfect
titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not bee paid, pursuant to 35
ILCS 200/21-90; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the following
described mobile home:

Add 2 to Madison Lot 29 30 Block 6



                                                  -146-
PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-25-20-402-039

As described in certificate(s): 21-0908622-03

Commonly known as : 1823 Market St

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property, by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in
said property.

WHEREAS, Ralph Kern, has paid $4273.21 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $2844.33 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $10 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$17.86 to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account, and the recorder of
Deeds shall receive $35 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services.
The total paid by the purchaser is $4273.21.

THEREFORE, your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County’s interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described mobile home for the sum of $2844.33 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

                   ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                                      s/ Alan J. Dunstan
CLERK                                                 CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                   09-07004

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09-07-005                               RESOLUTION                                        14-1354331-04

WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to perfect
titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not bee paid, pursuant to 35
ILCS 200/21-90; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the following
described mobile home:

2900 Sand Rd Lot 259 Edwards VIN: PE1709 Patriot 1976 871 sq ft



                                                  -147-
PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-1-15-30-00-000-011.000-0259

As described in certificate(s): 14-1354331-04

Commonly known as : 2900 Sand Rd Lot 259

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property, by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in
said property.

WHEREAS, Gary Kiselka, has paid $1344.51 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for
reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same time it having
been determined that the County shall receive $646.32 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The
County Clerk shall receive $117 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive
$24.31 to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account, and the recorder of
Deeds shall receive $0 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his services. The
total paid by the purchaser is $1344.51.

THEREFORE, your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County’s interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described mobile home for the sum of $646.32 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

                   ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                                      s/ Alan J. Dunstan
CLERK                                                 CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                   09-07005

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09-07-006                               RESOLUTION                                        14-0572578-03

WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to perfect
titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not bee paid, pursuant to 35
ILCS 200/21-90; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the following
described mobile home:

Jones Paul Add Lot 13 Bl 6



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PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-2-15-12-06-102-012

As described in certificate(s): 14-0572578-03

Commonly known as : Seminole St

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property, by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in
said property.

WHEREAS, Anna M. & Matthew Crook, has paid $1158.48 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $574.43 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $10 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $27.14 to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account, and the
recorder of Deeds shall receive $35 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his
services. The total paid by the purchaser is $1158.48.

THEREFORE, your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County’s interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described mobile home for the sum of $574.43 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

                   ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                                      s/ Alan J. Dunstan
CLERK                                                 CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                   09-07006

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09-07-007                               RESOLUTION                                        14-0572551-03

WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to perfect
titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not bee paid, pursuant to 35
ILCS 200/21-90; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the following
described mobile home:

Jones Paul Add Lot 11 Bl 6



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PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 14-2-15-12-06-102-010

As described in certificate(s): 14-0572551-03

Commonly known as : Seminole St

and it appearing to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee that it would be to the best interest of the
County to dispose of its interest in said property, by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in
said property.

WHEREAS, Anna M. & Matthew Crook, has paid $1158.48 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $574.43 as a return for its Certificate(s) of
Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $10 for cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund
shall receive $27.14 to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account, and the
recorder of Deeds shall receive $35 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the agent for his
services. The total paid by the purchaser is $1158.48.

THEREFORE, your Real Estate Tax Cycle Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County’s interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described mobile home for the sum of $574.43 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

                   ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                                      s/ Alan J. Dunstan
CLERK                                                 CHAIRMAN

Reconveyance                                                                                   09-07007

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09-07-008                               RESOLUTION                                              0707929

      WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes and to
perfect titles to real property in cases in which the taxes on such real property have not been paid,
pursuant to 35ILCS 200/21-90, and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired an interest in the
following described real estate:

      ALTON TOWNSHIP



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PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER:                 23-2-07-11-09-103-029, 11-19-401-022L 12-13-304-010, 13-10-
101-006, 13-11-201-033

As described in certificate(s): 23-1091420-03, 23-1102561-03, 13-1114276-03, 23-1130301-03, 23-
1130921-03 sold November 2004/

and it appearing to the Property Trustee Committee that it would be to the best interest of the County to
dispose of its interest in said property by reconveyance, to the owner of a former interest in said property.

      WHEREAS, City of Alton, has bid $5,635.00 for the County's interest, such bid having been
presented to the Property Trustee at the same time it having been determined by the Property Trustee
Committee and the Agent for the County, Joseph E. Meyer, that the County shall receive from such bid
$3,436.42 as a return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $0.00 for
cancellation of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive $98.58 to reimburse the Revolving
Account the charges advanced from this account, the Auctioneer shall receive $0.00 for his services and
the Recorder of Deeds shall receive $175.00 for recording. The remainder being the monies due the
Agent under his contract for services. The total paid by Purchaser is $5635.00.

         THEREFORE, Your Property Trustee Committee recommends the adoption of the following
resolution:

        BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the
Chairman of the Board of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to execute a deed of conveyance of the
County's interest or authorize the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase, as the case
may be, on the above described real estate for the sum of $3,436.42 to be paid to the Treasurer of
Madison County, Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60)
days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be
null and void.

        ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of October, 2007.

ATTEST:
s/ Mark Von Nida                                                   s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                                              CHAIRMAN

Sale to New Owner                                                                                09-07-008
                                                  ****

     Mr. Trucano moved, seconded by Ms. Fitzgerald, to adopt the fifty-nine (59) foregoing
Resolutions.

      The ayes and nays being called for on the motion to adopt resulted in a vote as follows:

      AYES: Messers. Ms. Novacich, Ms. Overton, Patton, Petrillo, Ms. Roosevelt, Ms. Ruppert,
Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley, Ms. Tracy, Trucano, Ms. Voumard, Walters, Wangard, Adler,
Burris, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Hartman, Ms. Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Mr.
Minner, Ms. Myers, and Meyer,

      NAYS: None.




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      AYES: 28. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the fifty-nine (59) foregoing Resolutions
duly adopted.

                                         **********

     The following Resolution was submitted and read:

                                         RESOLUTION

       WHEREAS, Madison County Special Service Area #1 (“SSA”) was created by the County of
Madison, is operated and governed by Madison County Ordinance 96-12, passed September 18,
1996; and

        WHEREAS, SSA operates a sewage collection system for which it charges customers the
rates established by Ordinance 2005-07 Amending Ordinance 96-12, Chapter III, Article I Section 3;
and

        WHEREAS, SSA is authorized to enter into intergovernmental agreements for the provision
of services and did so with the Village of Glen Carbon which Intergovernmental Agreement expired
in May of 2005; and

       WHEREAS, SSA has continued to bill Glen Carbon under the terms of the expired
Intergovernmental Agreement at a rate which is substantially less than the rate authorized by
Ordinance; and

       WHEREAS, the Madison County Sewer Committee has submitted a proposed new
Intergovernmental Agreement, a copy of which is attached marked Exhibit A and incorporated herein
by reference, which would establish new rates for the Village of Glen Carbon and grant certain
considerations to the Village.

       NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MADISON COUNTY BOARD as
follows:

       A. The Madison County Board hereby approves the attached Exhibit A and authorizes and
          directs the County Board Chairman to execute the same and submit it to the Village of
          Glen Carbon for consideration; and

       B. The new rates for the Village of Glen Carbon, whether pursuant to Intergovernmental
          Agreement or Ordinance 96-12, shall be effective as of August 1, 2005; and

       C. If the Village of Glen Carbon enters into the Intergovernmental Agreement (Exhibit A
          before August 1, 2005, the rates established in the Intergovernmental Agreement (Exhibit
          A) shall supersede the rates established in Ordinance 96-12 but only as to the Village of
          Glen Carbon.

       D. All resolutions and ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and resended.

       PASSED this __________day of _______________, 2007.



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                                                         ___________________________________
                                                         Alan J. Dunstan, County Board Chairman

        Sewer Committee:
        s/ Bob Shipley
        s/ Frank Laub
        s/ E. Allan Schuler
        s/ Helen Hawkins
        s/ Kristen Novacich

  AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MADISON COUNTY AND GLEN
         CARBON PROVIDING FOR WASTEWATER CONVEYANCE SERVICES

        This Agreement is made and entered into between and among Madison County, Illinois, and the
Village of Glen Carbon, Illinois (collectively “The Participants”).

                                              ARTICLE I

                                              GENERAL

        Pursuant to the provisions of Article VII, Section 10 of the 1970 Illinois Constitution and the
Intergovernmental Cooperation Act (5 ILCS 220/1 et seq), the Participants have contracted for and
developed and implemented a regional sanitary sewage system in an area situated in Madison County,
Illinois, which is currently delineated as the following Facility Planning Areas (FPAs): Granite City;
Madison County Special Service Area No. 1 (“MCSSA #1”); and Glen Carbon (“Village”), (collectively
“Granite City Regional Sewerage System”).

      MCSSA#1 agrees, as part of the overall Granite City Regional Sewage System, to accept and
convey wastewater from the Village. The Village agrees to purchase wastewater conveyance services
from MCSSA#1 through the use of the existing collection and interceptor sewers and pumping stations
which serve the MCSSA#1.

        The Participants agree to operate and maintain their individual existing and proposed wastewater
facilities, as hereinafter described in Article II, in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and to
establish their own user charge systems.

      The Participants are bound by the Intergovernmental Agreement Providing for the Granite City
Regional Sewerage System, dated effective October 26, 2004 (“Granite City Agreement”) which takes
precedence if in conflict with this agreement.

                                             ARTICLE II

                       GRANITE CITY REGIONAL SEWERAGE SYSTEM

     The Interceptor System, pumping stations, and metering and sampling stations operated under the
provisions of this Agreement are recognized to be a part of the Granite City Regional Sewerage System
which includes the following component parts for each Participant.




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           A.     MCSSA#1 owns and operates the following component parts of the Granite City
                  Regional Sewerage System, hereinafter “The Interceptor System”:
                  1.     The existing interceptor sewers and lift stations to transport the wastewater flows
                         from Glen Carbon’s metering and sampling station located at the intersection of
                         Paradise Lane and East Chain of Rocks Rd. to the City of Granite City’s existing
                         84 inch interceptor sewer located south of 20th Street and west of Illinois Route 3.
                  2.     The existing monitoring and sampling stations located at lift station 3.

           B.     Village owns and operates the following component parts of the Granite City Regional
                  Sewerage System:

                  1.      The interceptor sewer consisting of necessary lift stations, force main, and
                          gravity sewer lines to transport wastewater from the Village to the MCSSA#1
                          sewer system.
                  2.      The metering and sampling station at the point of discharge to the MCSSA#1
                          sewer system and the structure containing the said metering and sampling station.
                  3.
                                               ARTICLE III

                                            Capacity Allocation

          As described in Article IV of the Granite City Agreement, the volume of wastewater that
 MCSSA#1 agrees to receive from the Village of Glen Carbon, as measured by the meter readings to be
made under the direction of the Granite City Regional Treatment Board, shall be limited to the following:

           -    an average of 1,700,000 gallons per day over a period of one year;
           -    a peak flow rate of 3,400,000 gallons per day for any 24-hour period.
           -
           MCSSA#1 will utilize the meter and sampling station readings to compute conveyance cost to the
Village.

         Industrial and commercial users are included in the above limits and will not increase the totals.
MCSSA#1 agrees to receive the above volumes until September 30, 2024, at which time a new allocation
may be negotiated unless the capacity allocation pursuant to the Granite City Agreement shall be altered
before that date in which event the limits provided herein shall be altered accordingly. The Village agrees
to prohibit additional connections to its sewer system unless it first negotiates an increased capacity
allocation with MCSSA#1, and the Granite City Regional Treatment Board (“Board”).

                                               ARTICLE IV

                                           Other Capacity Issues

    1) Madison County acknowledges that the Village of Glen Carbon will likely construct a new
       interceptor sewerage system that will transport all of Glen Carbon’s sanitary sewage directly to
       the Granite City Sanitary Sewerage System, bypassing the MCSSA#1 system altogether.

    2) Madison County supports the Village’s efforts to build this new interceptor sewerage system and
       agrees to provide the Village use of Madison County’s FPA (Facilities Planning Area) and utility
       easements for said project. Madison County will not charge the Village of Glen Carbon for use
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3) Glen Carbon agrees to take reasonable steps to reduce the amount of inflow/infiltration of storm
   water into its sanitary sewer system.

4) Glen Carbon agrees to treat its sewage waste with bioxide or other chemicals in an effort to
   reduce the release of hydrogen sulfide gas at its discharge connection to MCSSA#1.

5) Glen Carbon agrees to construct an excess flow detention basin on its sewer system upstream of
   its connection to the MCSSA#1 interceptor sewer, if and when funds become available.

                                         ARTICLE V

                                      Terms of Service

   A.      Sewer Use Ordinance

           Village has enacted a State approved Sewer Use Ordinance. Village’s Sewer Use
           Ordinance shall not be in conflict with the MCSSA#1 Sewer Use Ordinance nor with the
           Granite City Agreement.

   B.      User Charge System

           Each Participant has developed and implemented a State approved User Charge System.
           The ordinances (set forth above in Item A) take precedence over all pre-existing sewer
           use and sewer rate agreements.

   C.      Payments by Village to MCSSA#1

           1.      Village shall pay MCSSA#1 a rate of eighty-one cents per thousand gallons
                   ($.81/1000 gal.) of sewage for conveyance of its waste water. The rate charged
                   to Glen Carbon by MCSSA#1 may be increased if and when MCSSA#1
                   increases the rate charged to all of its other customers. The Glen Carbon rate
                   increase shall be a percent equal to the percentage increase of the other customers
                   less the portion of the increase attributable to increased treatment plant charges
                   and sewer line extensions.
           2.      The quantity of Village’s waste water conveyed by MCSSA#1 shall be
                   determined by the treatment plant readings taken by the Granite City Regional
                   Treatment Plant Board.
           3.      Billing individual users. The cost for billing and collection of sewer user
                   charges for each Participant’s individual users of their collection system shall be
                   the responsibility of each Participant.
           4.      In the alternative to Article IV, paragraph one (1) of this Agreement, the Village
                   is studying a plan to bypass the line between Paradise Lane Connection Point and
                   lift station 9A and to establish a new connection point at or downstream from lift
                   station 9A, and, upon commencement of use of the same shall pay sixty-four
                   cents per thousand gallons ($.64/1000 gal.) instead of eighty-one cents per
                   thousand gallons ($.81/1000 gal.).

   D.      Metering and Billing

           The Participants agree to the metering and billing responsibilities and procedures as
           described in Article V, D of The Granite City Agreement.


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                1. As described in Article V, D of The Granite City Agreement, the metering and
                   sampling station to monitor the Village’s flows shall be operated, maintained, and
                   repaired by a private contractor to be retained by the Board, costs of which are
                   included in the Board’s budget and paid pursuant to The Granite City Agreement.
                2. Meter readings shall be taken by a private contractor to be retained by the Board.
                   Sampling frequency shall be determined by the Board.
                3. MCSSA#1 will utilize the Granite City Regional Treatment Plant meter readings to
                   compute conveyance cost to the Village.
                4. MCSSA#1 will bill the Village as soon as practicable after receipt by MCSSA#1 of
                   its treatment plant bill. Payment will be due thirty (30) days after mailing of the bill
                   to the Village. Interest of one (1) per cent per month will be charged for bills past
                   due beyond thirty (30) days from date of mailing.
                5. Each Participant shall bill its individual users based on its respective user charge
                   system.

                                             ARTICLE VI

                           Village & County Sewer Committee Interaction

       The Village and the County of Madison each have an established Sewer Committee which is
charged with responsibilities for its respective, individual sewerage systems. It is herein provided that
these Committees shall be responsible for the following duties:

        1. The review of the Annual Sewer System Audit of MCSSA#1. They may make non-binding
           recommendations arising therefrom. The Audit shall be prepared by the Madison County
           Auditor’s Office and shall address the fiscal year’s operations, costs, and revenues.
           MCSSA#1’s fiscal year is December 1 through November 30. Upon request by either
           Participant, an independent and mutually acceptable audit shall be contracted and obtained,
           the cost of which shall be shared equally by the Participants.

        2. The review of the Annual Sewer System Budget.                 They may make non-binding
           recommendations therefrom.

        3. The review of the Annual Sewer System Report prepared by the Madison County Auditor’s
           Office. They may make non-binding recommendations therefrom.

                                             ARTICLE VII

                                             Miscellaneous

A.     Term of this Agreement
       It is the mutually agreed intent of the Participants to this Agreement to establish the conveyance
services heretofore described.

      The term of this Agreement shall be twenty (20) years from its effective date, except as provided
by Articles III, IV and VII D, but shall not extend beyond the Granite City Agreement.

B.    Records




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        The Participants have the right to access and copy any and all books, documents and records of
the Participants relating to the purposes and intent of this Agreement and the performance of all
Participants. All Participants shall comply with all Federal and State laws regarding public access to
documents.

C.     Sanitary District

        Nothing in this Agreement shall prevent the Participants from forming a sewer sanitary district to
replace this Agreement and the Board.

D.      Amendment

        This Agreement may be amended by the Participants at any time upon the unanimous written
consent of each of the Participants.

E.      Execution and Effective Date

        1.      This Agreement shall be signed, executed and attested by a duly authorized official of
                appropriate authority and position for each party to this Agreement. At the time of the
                signing, execution, and attestation of the Agreement, each party shall attach to the
                Agreement a duly certified copy of the appropriate ordinance which binds that party to
                this Agreement. It is the intention of each party to have a duplicate original of this
                Agreement; thus, each party will sign two duplicate original Agreements and provide two
                certified copies of the ordinances of acceptance.

        2.      This Agreement shall be in full force and effect from and after the signing, execution, and
                attestation by a duly authorized official of each of the parties.

                                                          COUNTY OF MADISON

                                                 By:
Date                                                      Alan J. Dunstan, Chairman
                                                          Madison County Board


                                                          ATTEST

                                                          VILLAGE OF GLEN CARBON, ILLINOIS

                                                 By:
Date                                                      Village President


                                                          ATTEST

       Mr. Shipley moved, seconded by Mr. Laub, to adopt the foregoing Resolution.

       Ms. Roosevelt: This is just to enter into an intergovernmental agreement if Glen Carbon agrees? Is
that correct?

       Mr. Dunstan: That is correct.


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      Ms. Roosevelt: And they are meeting right now?

      Mr. Dunstan: That is correct.

      Ms. Roosevelt: We don’t know the outcome?

       Mr. Dunstan: We were hoping to have a phone call before we brought this up. They are discussing
it now in executive session.

      Ms. Roosevelt: So the agreement than is null?

      Mr. Dunstan: I think that if they don’t vote for this. If they don’t ratify it there is no agreement.
We are just ratifying it. They are meeting at the same time

        Mr. Patton: Mr. Parente, did you have a chance to look into the wording of this at all? The part
that I don’t understand, Chairman, is part C where is says “that if the Village of Glen Carbon enters into
an intergovernmental agreement, exhibit A” which I assume that the page is exhibit A but it is not
marked. It said ”before August 1, 2005”. I don’t understand how they are going to be able to enter into
an agreement before 2005.

       Mr. Parente: It is really confusing but what the paragraph means is that Glen Carbon rate is, I
believe, 85 cents per 1,000 gallon. When the County Board passed a new rate structure in 2005, they set a
commercial user rate which is two dollars and something. The resolution is just basically saying that rate
applies even though Glen Carbon is going to be charged a lesser rate. That paragraph is probably mot
needed, the one before speaks to the same issue.

      Mr. Dunstan: Mr. Burnett is on the phone now. I am going to see if that is the City of Glen
Carbon.

       Ms. Hawkins: As a member of the Sewer Committee I am keeping my fingers crossed and I ask all
of the other people in our sewer district do the same that this fairness of the rate would also apply to Glen
Carbon since they are bringing their sewage into our sewer district. There is a great cost involved. I
know that they are going to be gentlemen and I trust that this is going to go.

        Mr. Burnett: They have not passed this agreement. They have one issue that has nothing to do
with payment and it has everything to do with capacity. They would like to, if we could, to pull this from
the agenda. I don’t know if we can now. Glen Carbon wants to discuss this one issue and see if we can
get it resolved.

      Mr. Shipley moved, seconded by Mr. Semanisin, to table the resolution. MOTION CARRIED.

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      The following seven (7) Resolutions were submitted and read:

 RESOLUTION TO AWARD CONTRACT TO PURCHASE TWO (2) NEW REPLACEMENT
SLIDE IN HOPPER SPREADERS FOR THE MADISON COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:



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WHEREAS, proposals were authorized, advertised, and received for the purchase of two (2) new
replacement slide in hopper spreaders; and,

WHEREAS, bids were reviewed for compliance with the specifications and instructions to bidders; and,

         Woody’s Municipal Supply Co.
         3979 Blackburn Rd.
         P.O. Box 432
         Edwardsville, IL 62025......................................2 @ $11,549.00 each .....................$23,098.00

WHEREAS, Woody’s Municipal Supply Co. was the sole bid received and met all specified
documentation; and,

WHEREAS, these slide in hopper spreaders will be paid for from the Highway Department FY2007
funds.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County Illinois, that the
County Board Chairman be hereby directed and designated to execute said contract with Woody’s
Municipal Supply Co., of Edwardsville, IL for the aforementioned slide in hopper spreaders.

Respectfully submitted by,
s/ Frank Laub                                                  s/ Jack Minner
Frank Laub                                                     Jack Minner

                                                               s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
Nathan Hartman                                                 Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Joe Semanisin
Joe Semanisin                                                  Larry Trucano

                                                               s/ Tom Hoechst
Larry Trucano                                                  Tom Hoechst

s/ Bill Meyer                                                 s/ Allan Schuler
Bill Meyer                                                     Allan Schuler

s/ Mike Walters                                                s/ Chris Wangard
Mike Walters                                                   Chris Wangard

s/ Mark Burris                                                 s/ Michelle Ruppert
Mark Burris                                                    Michelle Ruppert

Transportation Committee                                       Finance & Government Operations
                                                               Committee

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      RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE PARTICIPATION IN COMPREHENSIVE
   TRANSPORTATION PLANNING UNDER THE SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING
                              COMMISSION

        WHEREAS, the County of Madison is interested and desirous of participating in transportation
planning in Southwestern Illinois which the County is an integral part; and


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        WHEREAS, the Southwestern Illinois Planning Commission has been organized and is accepted
by Local, Federal and State agencies as an organization responsible for coordinating transportation
planning in Southwestern Illinois; and

        WHEREAS, the Southwestern Illinois Planning Commission is presently engaged in continuing
comprehensive transportation planning process in Southwestern Illinois in accordance with the 1962
Federal Highway Act; and

       WHEREAS, the Section 5-701.6 of the Illinois Highway Code permits the use of Motor Fuel Tax
Funds allotted to the Counties for investigations as that to be undertaken under the auspices of the
Southwestern Illinois Planning Commission.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County, Illinois that
there is hereby approved the sum of $30,000.00 of Motor Fuel Tax Funds for the payment to be made to
the Southwestern Illinois Planning Commission as the County’s share in the cost as specified above for
calendar year 2008.

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the proposed study shall be designated as Section 08-00154-
00-ES.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clerk shall immediately transmit three (3) certified
copies of this Resolution to the District Engineer Division of Highways, Department of Transportation, at
Collinsville, Illinois.

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Clerk is hereby directed to issue a voucher to
Southwestern Illinois Planning Commission in the amount of $30,000.00 from the County Motor Fuel
Tax Funds.

STATE OF ILLINOIS               )
                                ) SS
COUNTY OF MADISON               )

I, Mark Von Nida, County Clerk in and for the County of
Madison, hereby certify the foregoing to be a true, perfect
and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the County
Board at a meeting on _______, 20_______

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
and seal this _______ day of __________ A.D., 20______.


County Clerk

s/ Frank Laub
s/ Mark S. Burris
s/ M. Joe Semanisin
s/ Mike Walters
s/ William S. Meyers
COUNTY HIGHWAY COMMITTEE



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  REQUEST SPEED STUDY ON WEST KIRSCH ROAD IN JARVIS TOWNSHIP, MADISON
                                COUNTY

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

        BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County, Illinois that the County Engineer
be and is hereby authorized to make an Engineering and Traffic investigation to determine the prevailing
speed of the free flowing traffic on the roads or portions of as listed below for the purpose of establishing
speed zones and speed limits, as provided for in the “Policy for the Establishment and Posting of Speed
Limits on County and Township Highways within Madison County, Illinois”, adopted November, 1996.

    1. West Kirsch Road from Troy O’Fallon Road to Formosa Road in Jarvis Township.

    All of which is respectfully submitted.

                                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                                  s/ Mark S. Burris
                                                  s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                                  s/ Mike Walters
                                                  s/ William S. Meyer
                                                  TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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     JURISDICTIONAL TRANSFER WHITE TAIL LANE, WILLIS LANE, BIRCH DRIVE,
                  BUCHTA ROAD MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

       WHEREAS, the County of Madison and Fort Russell Township entered into an Agreement for
the Transfer of Jurisdiction of the following name roads with description from the County Highway
System to the Fort Russell Township Highway System:

        1.)     White Tail Lane (CH 19) Termini being South Moreland Road south a distance of 1125
                feet to end of cul-de-sac in its’ entirety

        2.)     Willis Lane (CH 19) Termini being South Moreland Road south a distance of 1145 feet
                to end of cul-de-sac in its’ entirety

        3.)     Birch Drive (CH 19) Termini being South Moreland Road north to Buchta Road in its’
                entirety

        4.)     Buchta Road (CH 19) Termini being Birch Drive east to South Moreland Road in its’
                entirety; and



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        WHEREAS, the Illinois Compiled Statutes Chapter 605 Article 5/5-105 grants the County the
authority to make changes to the County Highway System.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the County Board of Madison County that the
Chairman of the County Board be and is hereby authorized to sign a Local Agency Agreement for
Jurisdictional transfer in behalf of Madison County deleting White Tail Lane, Willis Lane, Birch Drive
and Buchta Road as described above from the County Highway System, subject to the approval of the
Illinois Department of Transportation.

        All of which is respectfully submitted.

STATE OF ILLINOIS              )
                               ) SS
COUNTY OF MADISON              )
I, Mark Von Nida, County Clerk in and for the County of
Madison, hereby certify the foregoing to be a true, perfect
and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the County
Board at a meeting on _______, 20_______

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand
and seal this _______ day of __________ A.D., 20______.


County Clerk

s/ Frank Laub
s/ Mark S. Burris
s/ M. Joe Semanisin
s/ Mike Walters
s/ William S. Meyer
COUNTY HIGHWAY COMMITTEE

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      AGREEMENT/FUNDING RESOLUTION POPLAR STREET WIDENING AND
  RESURFACING WITH ROUNDABOUT. CITY OF HIGHLAND SECTION 05-00056-01-WR
                      MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

      WHEREAS, the State of Illinois Department of Transportation, the County of Madison and the
City of Highland, in order to facilitate the free flow of traffic and insure safety to the motoring public are
desirous of improving Poplar Street from 6th Street South to Broadway, consisting of widening and
resurfacing Poplar Street and the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Poplar Street with
Broadway along with other necessary work to complete this project in accordance with the approved
plans and specifications approved by the Illinois Department of Transportation; and




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       WHEREAS, the Surface Transportation Program (STP) Program and the Congestion Mitigation
and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program of the FHWA makes certain Federal Funds available for the
participation in the cost of the project; and

      WHEREAS, the County of Madison has sufficient funds to appropriate for this project.

      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County that the
Chairman of the County Board be and he is hereby authorized to enter into a joint agreement with the
State of Illinois Department of Transportation and the City of Highland towards the funding of the above-
mentioned project.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County that there is hereby
appropriated the sum of Two Hundred Thousand ($200,000.00) dollars from the County Matching Tax
Fund for the County’s share of the project.

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County and its’ Chairman
that the County of Madison hereby approves the plans and specifications for the above-mentioned project.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Clerk of Madison County be directed to
transmit three (3) certified copies of this Resolution to the State of Illinois Department of Transportation
through its’ District Engineer at Collinsville, Illinois, and to transmit a certified copy of this Resolution to
the City of Highland City Clerk at 1115 Broadway, Highland, Illinois, 62249.

All of which is respectfully submitted.

                                           s/ Frank Laub
                                           s/ Mark S. Burris
                                           s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                           s/ Mike Walters
                                           s/ William S. Meyer
                                           TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

STATE OF ILLINOIS )
                                  )SS
COUNTY OF MADISON                 )

I, Mark Von Nida County Clerk in and for Said County,
in the State aforesaid, and keeper of the records and
files thereof, as provided by Statute, do hereby certify
the foregoing to be true, perfect and complete copy of
the resolution adopted by the County Board of Madison
County, at its ________ Meeting held at
______________ on __________, 20 _______

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said County at my office in
___________ in said County, this ________ day of
______________ A.D., 20____


County Clerk


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   FINAL PAYMENT RESOLUTION PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENT MADISON COUNTY
                         HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

       WE, your Transportation Committee to whom was referred the construction of Bituminous Overlay
of an existing County owned Parking Lot Facility located at the northwest corner of the intersection of
Illinois Route 143 and Schwarz Street in Edwardsville, Illinois, beg leave to report that we have examined
said work and find same completed in accordance with the plans and specifications and recommend that
the work be accepted and final payment be made to Christ Bros. Asphalt, Inc., of Lebanon, Illinois along
with the final payment estimate in the amount of $51,460.85, as certified by the County Engineer of
Madison County.


          A summary of work is as follows:

                      Contract Price                                                              $52,127.21
                      Additions                                                                  + $1,268.96

                      Sub-Total                                                                   $53,396.17
                      Deductions                                                                  - $1,935.32

Net Contract .............................................................................................$51,460.85

        All of which is respectfully submitted.

                                                                    s/ Frank Laub
                                                                    s/ Mark S. Burris
                                                                    s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                                                    s/ Mike Walters
                                                                    s/ William S. Meyer
                                                                    TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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          RESOLUTION NAMING AND RENAMING STREETS AND PRIVATE ROADS IN
                       UNINCORPORATED MADISON COUNTY

     WHEREAS, the County Board of Madison County, Illinois has the authority under the provisions
of Chapter 55, Par. 5-1067 to name and rename streets and roads in the unincorporated areas of Madison
County; and,

      WHEREAS, the implementation of an enhanced 9-1-1 emergency telephone system in Madison
County requires that all public and private streets and roads be named, and that no such names be
duplicated within a zip code area; and,



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      WHEREAS, the Madison County Emergency Telephone System Board has requested that the
Madison County Board name or rename certain public and private street and roads in the unincorporated
area of the County.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County, Illinois that
the Board does hereby exercise its authority to name or rename the streets and roads in accordance with
the list and maps on file in the County Clerk's Office.

     Respectfully submitted,

                                 s/ Frank Laub
                                 s/ Mark S. Burris
                                 s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                 s/ Mike Walters
                                 s/ William S. Meyer
                                 TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

                         RECOMMENDED ROAD NAMES – OCTOBER 2007

                     County Board
   Township            District           Name                                 Location
   Omphghent            3         Rickey Hollow Lane         North off of Possum Hill Road approximately 1
                                                             mile East of Prairietown Road; travels North
                                                             approximately 1300 feet, then West for
                                                             approximately 200 feet, Northwesterly for
                                                             approximately 150 feet

      Foster              5               Lobo Lane          Renaming of prior named Wolf Road located
                                                             off of Fosterburg Road approximately ½ mile
                                                             Southwesterly of I-255. Road travels North
                                                             approximately ½ mile to a dead end. New Lobo
                                                             Road is intersected by Harris Lane
                                                             approximately ¼ mile North of Fosterburg
                                                             Road.

      Jarvis              11         Wendell Creek Drive     East off of Lower Marine Road approximately
                                                             ¼ mile Southwesterly of the intersection of
                                                             Lower Marine Road and Old Staunton Road.
                                                             Travels easterly for approximately 1850 feet,
                                                             then curves Southeasterly and travels an
                                                             additional approximately 900 feet, where it tees
                                                             into Indian Creek

      Jarvis              11             Indian Creek        Travels Northeasterly from intersection with
                                                             Wendell Creek Drive for approximately 260
                                                             feet; and travels Southwesterly from
                                                             intersection with Wendell Creek Drive for
                                                             approximately 150 feet.

      Jarvis               11            Hidden Creek        Travels Northwesterly from intersection with



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                                                               Indian Creek for approximately 225 feet.

      Jarvis               11            Sycamore Creek        Intersects with Wendell Creek Drive
                                                               approximately 1200 feet Westerly of Indian
                                                               Creek and travels 150’ in both the North and
                                                               South directions.

      Jarvis               11               Linn Creek         Intersects with Wendell Creek Drive 310 feet
                                                               West of the intersection of Wendell Creek
                                                               Drive & Sycamore Creek and travels South for
                                                               145 feet.

      Jarvis               11            Whistling Creek       Intersects with Wendell Creek 310 feet West of
                                                               the intersection of Wendell Creek Drive & Linn
                                                               Creek and travels South for 165 feet.

      Jarvis               11             Cardinal Creek       Intersects Lower Marine Road approximately
                                                               800 feet South of Wendell Creek Drive and
                                                               travels East for approximately 950 feet to its
                                                               intersection with Windflower Creek.

      Jarvis               11             Willow Creek         Travels Southerly between Wendell Creek
                                                               Drive and Cardinal Creek for approximately
                                                               290 feet and intersects both approximately 190
                                                               feet Easterly of Lower Marine Road.

      Jarvis               11           Windflower Creek       Intersects with Cardinal Creek at its East end
                                                               and travels North approximately 300 feet to its
                                                               intersection with Wendell Creek Drive; and
                                                               travels South for approximately 152 feet.

     Marine                 4              Dingoes Run         Travels North for approximately 1000 feet of
                                                               Dundee Lane approximately 180 feet West of
                                                               Kangaroo Court.


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     Mr. Laub moved, seconded by Mr. Burris, to adopt the seven (7) foregoing Resolutions.

     The ayes and nays being called for on the motion to adopt resulted in a vote as follows:

    AYES: Messers. Ms. Overton, Patton, Petrillo, Ms. Roosevelt, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler,
Semanisin, Shipley, Ms. Tracy, Trucano, Ms. Voumard, Walters, Wangard, Adler, Burris, Ms. Fitzgerald,
Ms. Glasper, Hartman, Ms. Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Mr. Minner, Ms. Myers,
Meyer, and Ms. Novacich.

     NAYS: None.




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     AYES: 28. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the seven (7) foregoing Resolutions duly
adopted.

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      Ms. Myers: I have something to announce. Two weeks ago today my son and daughter-in-law
presented us with a lovely granddaughter, Reagan Alyssa. She was born two weeks ago and she is lovely.
We are so blessed.

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      Mr. Laub moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to recess this session of the Madison County Board
until Wednesday, November 21, 2007. MOTION CARRIED.

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ATTEST: Mark Von Nida
        County Clerk




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