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					                                                         INDEX
                                                      AUGUST 17, 2005
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MISCELLANEOUS:

   Presentation of Award to Steven Nonn and Kelly R. Rogers ................................................. 1

   Letter from Ray Romine to Chairman Dunstan regarding telephone outage in parts of
   Madison County...................................................................................................................... 2

   Correspondence....................................................................................................................... 3

   Monthly Report of the County Clerk, Circuit Clerk, and Recorder: ...................................... 5

   Coroner Report for July 2005 ............................................................................................... 11

   Jail Population Report for July 2005 .................................................................................... 15

   Report Of County Investment............................................................................................... 17

   Daily Average Report for the Month Of July, 2005 from the Shelter Care Home............... 22

   Proclamation Designating September 25, 2005, As “St. Peter’s Lutheran Church In
   Prairietown Day” In Madison County, Illinois ..................................................................... 22

   Proclamation Designating September 7, 2005 as “Employee Walk Day” ........................... 23

   Appointments........................................................................................................................ 24

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE:

   Holiday Resolution for September, 2005.............................................................................. 24

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

   A Resolution Concerning A Modification Of The Pay Step Plan For Non-Bargaining
   Unit Employees And Fy 2005 Wage Increases .................................................................... 25

   A Resolution Concerning Fy 2005 Salaries For Department Heads And Appointed
   Officials................................................................................................................................. 27




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FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE:

   Summary Report Of Claims And Transfers.......................................................................... 29

   Immediate Emergency Appropriation................................................................................... 30

   Immediate Emergency Appropriation................................................................................... 30

   Immediate Emergency Appropriation................................................................................... 31
   A Resolution Authorizing The Defeasance Of General Obligation Refunding Bonds
    Of The County Of Madison, Illinois And In Connection Therewith The Execution Of
   An Escrow Trust Agreement, The Purchase And Deposit Of Government Securities To
   Provide For Payment Of Such General Obligation Refunding Bonds, And Fixing The
   Time When This Resolution Shall Become Effective. ......................................................... 32

   Resolution Authorizing Settlement Of A Workers' Compensation Claim File #: 04-025........ 50

   Resolution Authorizing A License Agreement Between The County Of Madison And
   Election Systems And Software............................................................................................ 51

FINANCE ANC GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE AND
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SYSTEM BOARD:

   Resolution To Award Contract To Purchase Fifty (50) Matrox Millenium 650 Dual
   Video Cards For The 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System ................................................. 54

GRANTS COMMITTEE AND
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE:

   Resolution Authorizing Application For A Technical Assistance Grant To The
   Illinois Department Of Commerce And Economic Opportunity For Promoting
   Entrepreneurship And Developing Linkages Between Business And Education ................ 56

   Resolution Authorizing Application For A Technical Assistance Grant To The
   Illinois Department Of Commerce And Economic Opportunity To Develop An
   Interactive Web-Based Database To Promote Business And Education Partnerships ......... 57

   Resolution Authorizing Application For A Technical Assistance Grant To The
   Illinois Department Of Commerce And Economic Opportunity To Develop A
   Survey Instrument To Inventory Regional Businesses In Order To Assist With
   Current And Future Workforce Needs.................................................................................. 58

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE:

   A Resolution Enacting An Ordinance To Collect A Fee In All Civil Cases Earmarked
   For The Operation Of Neutral Site Custody Exchange Centers ........................................... 59



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HEALTH DEPARTMENT COMMITTEE:

   Madison County Health Department .................................................................................... 61

INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMITTEE:

   Resolution To Advertise For Sealed Bids For Succession Ver. 4.0 Software And
   Hardware Upgrade To The Current Nortel Meridian Telephone Switch For The
   Madison County Information Systems Department ............................................................. 69

INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMITTEE AND
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE:

   Resolution To Award Contract To Purchase Powervault 136t Tape Library For The
   Madison County Information Systems Department ............................................................. 70

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE:

   Resolution – Z05-7828 ......................................................................................................... 72

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE:

   Report covering One Amusement License and Three Mobile Home Licenses: ...................... 86

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE AND
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE:

   Resolution To Award Contract To Purchase Forty (40) General Cage Model 530
   Plus Trays And Trim For The Animal Control Department................................................. 87

REAL ESTATE TAX CYCLE COMMITTEE:

   Property Trustee Resolutions................................................................................................ 88

SEWER FACILITIES COMMITTEE:

   Ordinance Amending Ordinance 96-12 Regarding User Rates for Special Service
   Area #1 ............................................................................................................................... 102




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TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE:

   Report Of Bids On Polymer Corrugated Steel Culvert Pipe............................................... 105

   Report Of Bids On Corrugated Steel Culvert Pipe ............................................................. 105

   Report Of Bids On De-Icing Salt........................................................................................ 106

   Report Of Bids/Award Contract Old Troy Road (Fall 8873) Village Of Glen Carbon
   Section 05-00027-00-Rp County Of Madison Section 04-00149-73-Rp Madison
   County, Illinois ................................................................................................................... 113

   Resolution Granting The City Of Edwardsville An Easement To Construct/Maintain
   Utilities Across County Property ........................................................................................ 114

   Right-Of-Way Acquisition/Governors’ Parkway ............................................................... 115

   Sale Of Excess Land Along Birch Drive To Adjacent Property Owner............................. 116




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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 regular 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, August 17,
2005, and held for the transaction of general County business.

                             WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2005
                                 EVENING SESSION

    The Board met pursuant to recess taken July 20, 2005.

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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, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Myers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, Wangard and Dunstan.

     ABSENT: None.

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     Chairman Dunstan: Coroner Steve Nonn and Investigator Kelly R. Rogers, an 8 year
veteran recently passed the America Board of Medico Legal Death Investigators certification
test. The American Board of Medico Legal Death Investigator’s Inc. (ABMDI) is a not-for-
profit, national professional, independent certification board established to promote high
standards of practice for death investigators. Pre-examination requirements include proof of
employment in a Medial Examiner or Coroner system with a minimum of 400 hours of death
investigation experience and be able to “demonstrate that they have acquired the basic
knowledge necessary to conduct medico legal investigations by successfully completing 260 task
identified in the Performance Training Checklist relating to the National Institute of Justice
publication Death Investigation. The exam itself takes up to four hours to complete with over
240 questions covering eight different sections that deal with various aspects of death
investigation. Currently, no coroner’s office south of Chicago has more certified investigators



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than Madison County. I would like to invite Coroner Nonn and Investigator Rogers down to
receive their Board Certification documents. Once again I keep saying this when we bring these
thing up. These are very important awards that we get and it shows that Madison County is
trying to be professional in the operation of their duty. I think that it is something to be thankful
for that we have both Steve and Kelly and they did this course and were successful in completing
it. The both got the certification. It is really a good thing to have for Madison County and I
appreciate both of you doing it.

       Mr. Nonn: I just want to thank the Chairman for recognizing us. We have eight full time
investigators and we only have one left to pass this course. That will make us 100% Board
Certified Death Investigators. Hopefully he is studying his curriculum right now and he will be
taking the test later this year. My commitment in 2000 and my commitment today is the same.
Provide the citizens of Madison County a professional Coroner Office with top notched
investigators who are constantly being trained. As you all can tell when you watch the television
series CSI it is hard to keep up on the latest technology but I intend to do it and I intend to keep
this most professional Coroner Office as far as investigations go in the State of Illinois. Thank
you very much.

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                                                 .
      Mr. Romine: Thank you for bringing me down Mr. Chairman. This is an incident that
happened yesterday. I was at lunch when I was called by Channel 5 news. Was I aware that
there was an area in Madison County without telephone service? No body had informed us. Bill
Janes who is my technician and I were eating together discussing some of the issues that we are
doing with installing the mapping and we immediately left and returned to the office and started
making telephone calls. To find out, there was a small area of Madison County in the New
Baden area. I would like to read this letter that I wrote to the Chairman. Just a few words to
personally thank you for the quick response of three Madison County Departments to what could
have been potentially a disaster to the citizens on Madison County. On Tuesday afternoon a
phone call informed my office to a potentially disastrous situation. Due to a problem in a
telephone central switching office located in Taylorville, Illinois, all phone service in the area
served by the New Baden central telephone office was without telephone service. This included
all 911 services. With the initial response of Captain Russ Gentry and TC Chares Myers and TC
Robyn Swift from the Madison County Sheriffs Office a temporary answering position was put
in place. At my request and with an unknown time table on repairs Emergency management
Director Mr. Jack Quigley responded with the Madison County Mobile Command Center to this
incident. In a very timely manner a 911 call taker position was operational. Our call takers were
inside the Command Vehicle in a secure environment. If necessary the TCs could have been at
this position for an unlimited period of time. Without the Command Vehicle our TC would have
been in an automobile with two phone lines run out the window and exposed to the elements.
Fortunately the situation was resolved in a timely manner. I believe we were only on the scene
for a total of four hours. The mobile center is capable of operating for fourteen hours. So we at
that time contacted a fuel supply service so we could have been there for as much as 24 to 36
hours without any problem. With the assistance of Jack Quigley and his Command Center
Vehicle and with the response of Captain Gentry and TC Myers and Swift the possibility of a
disaster was avoided. I believe these dedicated Madison County Employees deserve a large



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thank you from the citizens of Madison County. Just knowing that all of the planning that goes
on to avoid a potential disaster is worth the time and energy we put forth every day. I also want
to thank 911 systems technician Bill Janes for responding with me to this incident and his
assistance with this operation. Ray Romine, Madison County 911 Coordinator.

     Chairman Dunstan: Once again something good is happening in Madison County.

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     The following letter was received and placed on file:

             ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
  1021 NORTH GRAND AVENUE EAST, P.O. Box 19276, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
                         62794-9276 - ( 217) 782-3397
JAMES R. THOMPSON CENTER, 100 WEST RANDOLPH, SUITE 11-300, CHICAGO,
                          I L 60601 -(312) 814-6026
     ROD R. BLAGOJEVICH, GOVERNOR DOUGLAS P. SCOTT, DIRECTOR

Hello again!

On behalf of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, I wish to invite you to participate in
a second meeting we've scheduled. All the meeting information is contained in the attached
public notice but I wanted to add this explanation letter so you would better understand why you
are receiving this mailing.

This second public meeting will explain and discuss the findings and conclusions of the study
being done under one of our Agency's newer efforts, the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)
program. We have compiled information about your watershed in order to evaluate the condition
of specific water bodies or segments of a waterway that have been identified as needing
improvement. We have collected all the information we feel is necessary to help us understand
what has historically affected, or is currently affecting, water quality. We have also applied
various tools to predict future problems and to suggest possible solutions. This process, however,
works best when we have input from people like you. That is why you are being invited to the
upcoming meeting.

As an Agency, we are often known for the regulatory role we play in addressing environmental
issues. Because of that, programs like this TMDL process are often ignored from a public
participation aspect but this program was designed to work with people in the local community
to address the water quality concerns within their watershed. Please consider coming to the
meeting to find out more about the study that has been going on and then decide how you can
become more involved. I realize there may be groups and people in your area representing
different interests, but I believe that most everyone would like to see better water quality in their
lakes and streams. This program works to accomplish that goal.




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We will have time to answer your questions and explain the process to you. We hope you will
realize that improvement to the water quality in your watershed is an effort that depends greatly
on people like you who are willing to get involved and accomplish a common goal.

We look forward to meeting you. If you have any questions about the meeting, please contact me
at Mark.Britton@epa.state.il.us or by phone at (217) 524-7342.

Thank you for your time,

s/ Mark Britton
Mark Britton
Community Relations Coordinator

                ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                              NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

                              Highland Silver Lake Watershed
                                Bond and Madison Counties

                   The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA)
                        Bureau of Water will hold a public meeting

                             Thursday, August 4, 2005 (6:30 pm)
                                          at the
                                    Highland City Hall
                                      1115 Broadway
                                     Highland, Illinois

The purpose of this meeting is to provide an opportunity for the public to comment on the
proposed final Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) report for Highland Silver Lake
(ROZA) in the Highland Silver Lake Watershed. This TMDL report includes data
analysis and modeling to determine the pollutant loading capacity and reductions
necessary to meet designated uses and water quality standards. The IEPA implements the
TMDL program in accordance with Section 303(d) of the federal Clean Water Act. A
TMDL is the sum of the allowable amounts of a single pollutant (phosphorus, dissolved
oxygen, etc.) that a water body can receive from all contributing sources and still meet
water quality standards or designated uses. Stakeholders and participants will also be
asked for input and ideas to be applied to a future TMDL implementation plan. The
implementation plan is intended to identify practices and solutions that will result in
pollutant reductions. An additional public meeting will be held in the future to discuss
this plan in more details.

The draft Highland Silver Lake TMDL report is available on-line at
www.epa.state.il.us/public-notices. A hard copy of the draft report is also available by
request from the Illinois EPA or can be found at the Highland City Hall during business



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hours. Questions about the TMDL should be directed to Bruce Yurdin (see contact
information below).

                                 Closure of the Meeting Record

The meeting record will close as of midnight, Friday, August 19, 2005. Written
comments need not be notarized but must be postmarked before midnight and mailed to:

     Bruce Yurdin
     Manager, Watershed Management, Bureau of Water
     Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
     1021 North Grand Avenue East
     P. 0. Box 19276
     Springfield, IL 62794-9276

     Phone 217-782-3362
     TDD (Hearing impaired) 217-782-9143
     E-mail: Bruce.Yurdin@epa.state.il.us
     Fax: 217-785-1225

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     Notice to Contractors Bulletin from the Illinois Department of Transportation, were
received and placed on file.

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

                             RECEIPTS FOR JULY, 2005
                                COUNTY CLERK

Marriage License issued @$20.00                                            3,240.00
Certified Copies: Marriage ($2,032.00) Births ($5,800.00) Deaths           8,330.55
    ($414.00), Jurets ($2.00), Miscellaneous Receipts ($82.55)
Registering Notary Commissions:                                             745.00
55@ $5.00, 47@ $10.00
Registering Certificates of Ownership:                                      992.00
    0@ $1.50, 32@ $31.00
Registering Plats @ $5.00 each                                               185.00
Genealogy Records                                                            186.00
Automation Fees                                                            3,618.00
Amusement Licenses                                                           500.00
Mobile Home Licenses                                                         150.00
Redemption Clerk Fees                                                     21,045.00
Sanitation Truck Permits                                                       0.00
Tax Deeds Issued                                                              10.00


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Tax Sale Automation Fees                                                                    40.00
Fireworks Permit                                                                             0.00
Fishing & Hunting License Clerk Fees                                                         1.00
Total                                                                                 $ 39,042.55

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

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 August, 2005

s/ Colleen A. Spudich_____________
Notary Public.

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                                      MATT MELUCCI
                                 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COUR
                                    EARNED FEES REPORT
                                     GENERAL ACCOUNT
                                    DATE: AUGUST 10, 2005

 ASSETS
 Cash in Bank                                   $4,561,543.59
 Time Certificates                                937,000.00
                                                                       $5,498,543.59
 LIABILITIES
 Excess Fees Due County Treasurer               2,497,341.48
 Library Fees                                      13,914.00
 Small Claim's Library                                  0.00
 H.B. #2738                                             0.00
 V.C.V.A.                                           2,119.00
 Room and Board                                         0.00
 Public Defender Reimbursement                          0.00



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Child Support Maintenance            9,359.50
2% Surcharge Coll. H.B. #143            32.60
Record Search                          725.00
Aid's Testing                            0.00
Probation Service Fee               22,390.00
Court Security Fee                  35,707.00
Court Document Fee                  12,005.00
Finance Court System Fee            14,576.00
Office Automation                   12,005.30
AMCF 15%                               103.50
AMCF                                   586.50
Total                            2,620,864.88
Balance Due Liability Ledger     2,877,678.71
                                                $5,498,543.59
ADJUSTMENTS
June Adj                          (92,647.01)
June Ref July                        (863.50)
July Ref Aug                           476.50
June PP July                         (707.00)
July PP July                             0.00
June Bd Ref July                  (11,550.00)
July Bd Ref Aug                     11,440.00
Honored Cks                            196.00
NSF Cks                              (348.00)
Prior Mo Bus/Void Not Reissued           9.00
July Adj                          (93,994.01)

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

Period ending July 31, 2005

                                                 Monthly          YTD
Fee Title                        EOM Date        Receipts        Receipts
2%                                 07/31/05           $32.60       $432.12
2738                               07/31/05             $0.00         $0.00
AIDS                               07/31/05             $0.00         $0.00
ARR MED 15%                        07/31/05          $103.50       $886.65
BONDS                              07/31/05       $15,814.00    $134,261.77


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CLERK FEE                              07/31/2005          $195,076.07      2,016,967.82
CHILD SUPPORT                            07/31/05             $9,359.50      $102,306.74
DRUG ABUSE                               07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
FIN COURT                                07/31/05            $14,576.00     $154,521.00
INTEREST                                 07/31/05         $2,362,439.17     5,395,073.59
JURY DEMAND                              07/31/05            $18,006.25      $179,799.50
MENTAL                                   07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
PASSPORT                                 07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
PB DEF                                   07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
PROBATE                                  07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
ROOM & BOARD                             07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
REC SEARCH                               07/31/05               $725.00        $6,055.00
SB #1008                                 07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
SM CLMS                                  07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00
TRAFFIC                                  07/31/05                 $0.00            $0.00

          For Destination Gen Rev               $2,616,132.09

ARR MED 85%                               07/31/05                $586.50      $5,024.35
COURT SEC                                 07/31/05             $35,707.00    $392,872.56
DOC STOR                                  07/31/05             $12,005.00    $133,865.00
LIB FEES                                  07/31/05             $13,914.00    $156,340.00
OFF AUTO                                  07/31/05             $12,005.30    $133,785.30
PROB/SV                                   07/31/05             $22,390.00    $160,506.01
VCVA                                      07/31/05              $2,119.00     $23,550.00

         For Destination Spec Fund                $98,726.80

For Period Ending July 31, 2005                 $2,714,858.89

                                CIRCUIT CLERK
                         DEPARTMENT TRANSMITTAL FORM

Date                                  August 5, 2005   For the Month of July 2005

Cash                                        $0.00
Checks                                $219,434.81
Total                                 $219,434.81

Circuit Clerk Fees                   010000-11-000-51105-00                  $147,336.34



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Postage                                  010000-11-000-51107-00                           $0.00
Court Document Fees                      020510-10-000-51105-00                      $15,560.00
Excess Fees                              010000-11-000-51105-00                           $0.00
S.B. #1008                               010000-11-000-51145-00                           $0.00
H.B. #2738                               010000-11-000-51172-00                           $0.00
Child Support Maint                      020492-10-000-51105-00                           $0.00
2% Sur Coll HB #143                      010000-11-000-51170-00                         $146.10
Record Search                            010000-11-000-51105-00                          $84.00
Arrestee's Medical Cost                  010000-11-000-51131-00                       $2,487.47
Arrestee's Medical Admin.                010000-11-000-51132-00                         $438.97
Court Security Fee                       010000-11-000-51198-00                      $17,056.00
Fin Ct System Fee                        010000-11-000-51105-00                       $3,084.00
Copies                                   010000-11-000-51105-00                        $710.00
Library Fees                             020370-10-000-51175-00                           $0.00
Sml Cl Lib Fees                          020370-10-000-51175-00                           $0.00
VCVA Coll                                070104-10-000-36105-00                       $1,786.00
Court Supervision Fees                   020493-10-000-51192-00                      $15,028.45
Probation Services Fees                  020493-10-000-51197-00                           $2.48
Circuit Clerk Office Auto                020490-10-000-51105-00                      $15,565.00
Insufficient Check Charge                010000-11-000-65590-00                         $150.00
GRAND TOTAL                                                                         $219,434.81

s/ Pamela Falk
Signature


  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 directly nor indirectly
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 5th day of August, 2005.

                                                            s/ Stacey D. Turner


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                                                        NOTARY PUBLIC

   My commission expires 03-03-07

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                                 Daniel R. Donohoo
                               Recorder Madison County
                                       Box 308
                              Edwardsville, Illinois 62025

                 MONTHLY REPORT OF RECORDER, JULY 2005
RECEIPTS

TOTAL RECORDING FEES                            $ 144,794.00
   TOTAL RECORDING FEES                         $ 144,794.00    $ 144,794.00

MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS (PER INV.)               $   17,197.35
    TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS                $   17,197.355 $ 17,197.35
TOTAL RECORDING FEES DUE MADISON CO.                           $ 161,991.35

AUTOMATION FEES INCLUDED IN RECORDING FEE

RECORDER AUTOMATION @4.00 PER DOC.              $   25,936.00
GIS AUTOMATION FEE @2.00 PER DOC.               $   12,896.00
    TOTAL                                       $   38,832.00

ON-LINE COMPUTER FEES COLLECTED                 $    6,565.50
MICROFILM FEES COLLECTED                        $    2,860.00
    TOTAL                                       $    9,425.50

                     SPECIAL FUND RETAINED BY RECORDER

BALANCE IN REVENUE STAMP FUND, June 30, 2005                                    $ 305,121.25

    METER RECEIPTS

DESCENDING REGISTER, JUNE 2005                  $ 158,384.65
METER SETTINGS JULY 2005                        $ 360,000.00
STAMPS PURCHASED                                $       0.00
   TOTAL REVENUE STAMPS                         $ 518,384.65

LESS DESCENDING REG., JULY 2005                 $ 341,114.65
CREDIT CLAIM MADE                               $       0.00
    TOTAL METER RECEIPTS                        $ 177,270.00    $ 177,270.00
LESS DISBURSEMENTS FOR JULY 2005                                $ 240,000.00
                                                                ($ 62,730.00)     ($62,730.00)
BALANCE IN REVENUE STAMP ACCOUNT AS OF JUNE 2005                                  $ 242,391.25




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     I, Daniel R. Donohoo, Recorder, do solemnly swear that the foregoing report is in all
respects just and true according to the best of my knowledge and belief.

                                          s/ Daniel R Donohoo
                                          DANIEL R. DONOHOO, RECORDER

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    The following Report was received and placed on file:

                                 STEPHEN P. NONN
                             MADISON COUNTY CORONER

                                      August 1, 2004

      The following statistics are submitted for review by members of the Public Safety
Committee of the Madison County Board. This is the summary for July 2005. Detailed statistics
are attached for further information and review.

                      CORONER OFFICE STATISTICS FOR JULY 2005

Coroner's Cases                                    27
Hospice Cases                                      69
Medical Cases                                       48
Bone Case                                          03
Other                                              01
Total Death Investigations                         148

                               13 Coroner's Inquest/Verdicts

Accidental Verdicts                                08
Suicide Verdict                                    05
Homicide Verdicts                                  00
Natural Verdicts                                   00
Undermined                                         00

                                      9 Autopsy Cases

                               25 Cremation Permits Issued

Respectfully submitted

s/ Stephen P. Nonn
Madison County Coroner




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                    OFFICE OF THE MADISON COUNTY CORONER

                           140 - NATURAL DEATHS JULY 2005

                                        MALE        FEMALE      TOTAL
Acute Myocardial Infarction                    8            8     16
Adrenal Insufficiency                                              0
Alzheimer’s Disease                            3            3      6
Anemia                                                             0
Aortic Aneurysm                                                    0
Appendicitis                                                       0
Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease                              1      1
Asbestosis                                                         0
Asthma                                                             0
Bacteremia                                                         0
Bladder Cancer                                                     0
Bone Cancer                                    2                   2
Brain Cancer                                   2                   2
Breast Cancer                                               1      1
Cardiac Arrhythmia                             2                   2
Cardiomyopathy                                                     0
Cerebral Vascular Disease                      3            3      6
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease          6            3      9
Cirrhosis                                      1                   1
Colon Cancer                                                1      1
Congestive Heart Failure                       7            6     13
Coronary Artery Disease                        1                   1
Debility                                                    1      1
Dementia                                                    2      2
Diabetes Type II                                            1      1
Emphysema                                                          0
Endometrial Cancer                                          1      1
Esophageal Cancer                              1                   1
Failure to Thrive                              2            3      5
G.I. Bleeding                                  2                   2
Gynecological Cancer                                               0
Heart Disease                                  4            1      5
Hepatitis                                                          0
HIV/AIDS                                                           0
Hodgkin’s Disease                                                  0
Hypertension                                                       0
Influenza                                                          0
Intracerebral Bleed                                                0
Kidney Disease                                                     0
Kidney Failure                                 3            4      7
Leukemia                                                    1      1
Liver Cancer                                   1                   1
Liver Disease                                                      0



                                        -12-
Lung Cancer                                    7            8     15
Lymphoma                                                    2      2
Malignant Melanoma                                                 0
Meningitis                                                         0
Metastatic Cancer                                           1      1
Metastatic Melanoma                                                0
Metastatic Lymphoma                                                0
Multiple Sclerosis                                                 0
Myocarditis                                                        0
Neck Cancer                                                        0
Ovarian Cancer                                                     0
Pancreatic Cancer                              1                   1
Pancreatitis                                                       0
Parkinson’s Disease                            2            2      4
Pending Cases                                  9            8     17
Peritonitis                                                        0
Pituitary Disorders                                                0
Pneumonia                                                   1      1
Prostate Cancer                                2                   2
Pulmonary Embolism                                                 0
Rectal Cancer                                                      0
Renal Cancer                                                       0
Respiratory Arrest                                                 0
Respiratory Distress                                               0
Respiratory Failure                            1            5      6
Septic Shock                                                       0
Septicemia                                     1            2      3
Skin Cancer                                                        0
Stomach Cancer                                                     0
Stroke                                                             0
Sudden Cardiac Death                                               0
Testicular Cancer                                                  0
Thyroid Disorders                                                  0
Ulcers                                                             0
Uterine Cancer                                                     0
TOTAL                                      71              69    140

                           3 ACCIDENTAL DEATHS JULY 2005

                                      MALE         FEMALE       TOTAL
Asphyxiation/Suffocation                                               0
Carbon Monoxide                                                        0
Crushing                                                               0
Drowning                                                               0
Electrocution                                                          0
Fall                                                       1           1
Fire                                                                   0
Gunshot                                                                0



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Hanging                                                                      0
Heat Stroke                                                                  0
Overdose/Intoxication (Alcohol)                                              0
Overdose/Intoxication (Drugs)                                                0
Positional Asphyxia                                                          0
Post-Operative Complications                                                 0
Stabbing                                                                     0
Vehicular                                            1               1       2
Environmental (Heat)                                                         0
Environmental (Cold)                                                         0
TOTAL                                                1               2       3

                              4 - MISCELLANEOUS JULY 2005

                                             MALE               FEMALE   TOTAL
Bone Cases (Animal)                             3                            3
Assist Elderly Subject                          1                            1
TOTAL                                           4                    0       4

                                  1 - HOMICIDES JULY 2005

                                            MALE                FEMALE   TOTAL
Suffocation                                                                 0
Bludgeoning                                                                 0
Gunshot                                                                     0
Multiple Blunt Force Trauma                          1                      1
Crushing                                                                    0
Drowning                                                                    0
Electrocution                                                               0
Fall                                                                        0
Fire                                                                        0
Hanging                                                                     0
Overdose/Intoxication (Alcohol)                                             0
Overdose/Intoxication (Drugs)                                               0
Poisoning                                                                   0
Stabbing                                                                    0
Vehicular                                                                   0
TOTAL                                                1                      1

                                       **********

        The following Report was received and placed on file:

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


                                              -14-
                                                                    August 1, 2005
Mr. Alan Dunstan, Chairman
and Members of the Madison County Board
Madison County Administration Building
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025

RE:               Jail Population
                  July, 2005

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
                                   July, 2005

DAY                   1       2       3     4         5         6            7      8
MALE                217     209     216   218       222       238          241    243
FEMALE               35      40      40    33        36        34           42     37
TOTAL               252     249     256   251       258       272          283    280

DAY                   9      10      11    12        13        14           15     16
MALE                243     240     245   247       241       227          232    232
FEMALE               34      35      36    36        40        42           43     41
TOTAL               277     275     281   283       281       269          275    273



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DAY                 17      18     19     20       21       22        23        24
MALE               230     245    247    241      227      223       217       224
FEMALE              36      38     35     35       34       31        29        31
TOTAL              266     283    282    276      262      245       246       255

DAY                 25      26     27     28       29       30     31
MALE               244     242    243    235      240      242 229
FEMALE              32      35     32     29       32       26 26
TOTAL              276     277    275    264      272      268 255

The average Daily Population County for the Madison County Jail in July 2005 269.


                                     **********




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                                    FRED BATHON, MADISON COUNTY TREASURER
                               REPORT OF COUNTY INVESTMENT (BY COMPANY

      COMPANY                ACCOUNT      TYPE             FUND        DEPOSIT MATURITY          RATE     AMOUNT
A.G. EDWARDS                313397LY5     FHLM       Investment Pool    6/21/2005 9/20/2005      3.28    $991,885.83
                                                                                                         $991,885.83

ASSOCIATED BANK             2908094028    CD         Investment Pool   6/9/2005     12/9/2005    3.27   $1,000,000.00
ASSOCIATED BANK             2908096374    CD         Investment Pool   7/8/2005     8/8/2005     3.06    $50,0,000.00
ASSOCIATED BANK             2908097293    CD         Investment Pool   7/17/2005    8/17/2005    3.04     $500,000.00
ASSOCIATED BANK             2908097294    CD         investment Pool   7/19/2005    8/19/2005    3.09    $100,000.00
ASSOCIATED BANK                                                                                         $2,100,000.00

BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE        175132409     MM         Investment Pool   12/2/1993                 2.00   $1,720,849.47
                                                                                                        $1,720,849.47

CARROLLTON BANK             40005269      CD         Investment Pool   7/17/2004    8/17/2005    1.74   $1,000,000.00
CARROLLTON BANK             40005248      CD         Investment Pool   9/19/2004    9/19/2005    1.50   $2,300,000.00
CARROLLTON BANK             40005276      CD         Investment Pool   10/14/2004   10/14/2005   1.49   $2,000,000.00
CARROLLTON BANK             40005545      CD         Investment Pool   6/19/2005    8/19/2006    3.60   $2,000,000.00
                                                                                                        $7,300,000.00

COLLECTOR BANKS                           DD         Investment Pool                             0.92    $147,500.00
                                                                                                         $147,500.00

COLLINSVILLE BLDG. & LOAN   10640004916   CD         Investment Pool   11/17/2004 2/17/2006      3.00    $100,000.00
                                                                                                         $100,000.00

COMMERCE BANK, N.A.         3136F5YF2     FNMA       investment Pool   7/19/2004    11/24/2006   3.00    $986,600.00
                                                                                                         $986,600.00

CORNERSTONE BANK            60106         CD         Investment Pool   4/15/2005    10/15/2005   1.90    $500,000.00
                                                                                                         $500,000.00

EDWARD JONES                31339XZ56     FHLB       Investment Pool   7/14/2003    6/30/2009    3.10    $195,518.75
EDWARD JONES                31339XZ49     FHLB       Investment Pool   7/17/2003    7/8/2008     2.50    $302,750.00
EDWARD JONES                31339YKT8     FHLB       Investment Pool   7/24/2003    7/23/2008    3.00    $110,687.50
EDWARD JONES                3133X1 UA3    FHLB       Investment Pool   11/10/2003   11/10/2008   2.50    $139,475.00
                                                                                                         $849,431.25

EDWARD JONES                3136F5GC9     FNMA       Investment Pool   3/15/2004    3/15/2009    3.00    $383,420.70
                                                    -17-
                                                                                                     $383,420.70

FIRST COLLINSVILLE BANK    811225721    CD   Investment Pool       6/16/2005    12/15/2005   1.34    $100,000.00
                                                                                                     $100,000.00

FIRST COMMUNITY BANK       203002633    CD   Investment Pool       10/14/2004   11/14/2005   2.43   $2,000,000.00
FIRST COMMUNITY BANK       203001914    CD   Investment Pool       11/1/2004    11/1/2005    1.74     $700,000.00
FIRST COMMUNITY BANK       203002756    CD   Investment Pool       2/11/2005    11/11/2005   2.72   $1,000,000.00
FIRST COMMUNITY BANK       203002824    CD   Investment Pool       5/22/2005    2/22/2006    2.72   $1,000,000.00
                                                                                                    $4,700,000.00

FIRST MID-IL BANK& TRUST   58656        CD   Investment Pool       7/6/2005     1/4/2006     3.12   $1,000,000.00
                                                                                                    $1,000,000.00


GOLDMAN SACHS              206573457    MM   Investment Pool       12/31/2004                2.53     $15,488.73
                                                                                                      $15,488.73


GRANITE CITY STEEL & FCU   112003116    CD   Investment Pool       11/14/2004 11/14/2005     2.25    $100,000.00
                                                                                                     $100,000.00


IPTIP - 061                7139125061   MM   IPTIP - Inheritance   7/7/2005                  3.10     $13,254.42
IPTIP - 061                7139125061   MM   IPTIP - Use Tax       7/27/2005                 3.10     $62,606.13
IPTIP - 061                7139125061   MM   IPTIP - Inv. Pool     7/31/2005                 3.10      $2,650.40
                                                                                                      $78,510.95


IPTIP - 525                7139125525   MM   IPTIP - Inv. Pool     1/31/2005                 3.10          $0.03
                                                                                                           $0.03

LACLEDE COMMUNITY CR U     77001        MM   Investment Pool       7/12/2001                 1.31         $71.25
                                                                                                          $71.25

LIBERTY BANK               32548        CD   Investment Pool       5/12/2005    3/12/2006    3.00     $100,000.00
LIBERTY BANK               31732        CD   Investment Pool       6/16/2005    12/16/2005   2.50   $1,000,000.00
                                                                                                    $1,100,000.00

NATIONAL BANK AT EDW       193800       MM   Investment Pool       10/1/1997                 0.50         $24.91
                                                                                                          $24.91
                                             -18-
PARTNERS BANK             2605603      CD     Investment Pool   4/13/2005    10/13/2005   2.34    $2,500,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2605741      CD     Investment Pool   5/9/2005     11/9/2005    2.98      $100,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2605756      CD     Investment Pool   5/16/2005    11/16/2005   2.98      $500,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2605755      CD     Investment Pool   5/17/2005    5/17/2006    3.75    $1,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2604981      CD     Investment Pool   5/21/2005    11/21/2005   2.98    $1,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2605672      CD     Investment Pool   6/7/2005     12/7/2005    3.00      $700,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2603101      CD     Investment Pool   6/25/2005    6/25/2006    3.75    $2,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2604442      CD     Investment Pool   7/2/2005     6/2/2006     2.98    $1,000,000.00
PARTNERS BANK             2605503      CD     Investment Pool   7/28/2005    1/28/2006    2.98    $1,000,000.00
                                                                                                  $9,800,000.00

RELIANCE BANK             2798         CD     Investment Pool   10/5/2004    10/5/2005    1.15    $4,000,000.00
RELIANCE BANK             2822         CD     Investment Pool   10/19/2004   10/19/2005   1.25    $3,000,000.00
RELIANCE BANK             2861         CD     Investment Pool   11/5/2004    11/5/2005    1.26      $500,000.00
RELIANCE BANK             2880         CD     Investment Pool   12/9/2004    12/9/2005    1.35      $500,000.00
RELIANCE BANK             3161         CD     Investment Pool   6/28/2005    6/28/2006    2.45    $2,000,000.00
                                                                                                 $10,000,000.00

STATE BANK OF ST. JACOB   9399         CD     Investment Pool   8/5/2004     8/5/2005     1.75      $500,000.00
STATE BANK OF ST. JACOB   8605         CD     Investment Pool   9/6/2004     9/6/2005     1.75      $100,000.00
STATE BANK OF ST. JACOB   8130         CD     Investment Pool   3/11/2005    3/10/2006    2.45      $450,000.00
                                                                                                  $1,050,000.00

UMB BANK                  31339XP99    FHLB   Investment Pool   6/30/2003    12/30/2011   3.05      $974,315.67
UMB BANK                  31339YCA8    FHLB   Investment Pool   7/11/2003    7/11/2008    2.00    $1,973,740.22
UMB BANK                  31339XXP4    FHLB   Investment Pool   7/30/2003    7/30/2008    2.12    $1,968,618.94
UMB BANK                  31339YVVI    FHLB   Investment Pool   11/28/2003   7/21/2008    3.37      $970,976.56
UMB BANK                  3133X9B25    FHLB   Investment Pool   11/24/2004   11/24/2008   3.00    $1,968,128.10
UMB BANK                  3133X98251   FHLB   Investment Pool   11/29/2004   11/24/2008   3.00    $2,332,231.80
UMB BANK                  31339XC28    FHLB   Investment Pool   1/25/2005    12/19/2008   3.37    $1,941,798.96
UMB BANK                  3133X0F47    FHLB   Investment Pool   6/30/2005    8/12/2010    4.65    $1,957,777.20
UMB BANK                  3133XCDL4    FHLB   Investment Pool   7/14/2005    7/14/2010    4.55    $1,981,951.16
UMB BANK                  3133XCDNO    FHLB   Investment Pool   7/19/2005    10/19/2010   4.75    $1,986,566.70
UMB BANK                  3133X6DQ6    FHLB   Investment Pool   7/28/2005    4/28/2011    4.62    $1,976,970.64
                                                                                                 $20,033,075.95

UMB BANK                  3128X2PZ2    FHLM   Investment Pool   2/2/2004   1/30/2007      2.75    $2,450,853.55
UMB BANK                  3128XOL31    FHLM   Investment Pool   2/4/2004   2/25/2008      3.25    $1,947,421.88
UMB BANK                  3128X3G23    FHLM   Investment Pool   11/29/2004 11/9/2009      3.00    $1,967,613.08
                                                                                                  $6,365,888.51
                                              -19-
UMB BANK                    3136F3146    FNMA   Investment Pool   2/27/2004   1/16/2007    2.18    $1,943,052.00
UMB BANK                    3136F3VG8    FNMA   Investment Pool   1/25/2005   6/2/2009     3.30      $963,576.60
UMB BANK                    3136F7AS6    FNMA   Investment Pool   6/30/2005   12/22/2010   4.75    $1,985,273.00
                                                                                                   $4,891,901.60

UMB BANK                    9871394433   MM     Investment Pool   5/31/2005                3.22         $330.39
                                                                                                        $330.39

WACHOVIA SECURITIES         313589RY1    FNMA   Investment Pool   7/22/2005   1/18/2006    3.70     $981,850.00
                                                                                                    $981,850.00

WELLS FARGO INSTITUTIONAL   31339XGA6    FHLB   Investment Pool   7/18/2003   12/23/2008 3.34      $1,934,800.00
                                                                                                   $1,934,800.00

                                                                                                  $77,231,629.57




                                                -20-
                             ILLINOIS FUNDS
                           MONEY MARKET FUND
                          MONTHLY RATE HISTORY

  Date            Annualized Rate      Daily Factor
  01-Jul-05          3.088%          0.000084595400
  02-Jul-05          3.088%          0.000084595400
  03-Jul-05          3.088%          0.000084595400
  04-Jul-05          3.087%          0.000084588900
  05-Jul-05          3.069%          0.000084091300
  06-Jul-05          3.029%          0.000082977700
  07-Jul-05          3.040%          0.000083301000
  08-Jul-05          3.039%          0.000083262900
  09-Jul-05          3.039%          0.000083262900
  10-Jul-05          3.039%          0.000083262900
  11-Jul-05          3.038%          0.000083241600
  12-Jul-05          3.074%          0.000084221900
  13-Jul-05          3.082%          0.000084440900
  14-Jul-05          3.100%          0.000084920200
  15-Jul-05          3.184%          0.000087239600
  16-Jul-05          3.184%          0.000087239600
  17-Jul-05          3.184%          0.000087239600
  18-Jul-05          3.103%          0.000085008300
  19-Jul-05          3.078%          0.000084339100
  20-Jul-05          3.050%          0.000083560800
  21-Jul-05          3.097%          0.000084848900
  22-Jul-05          3.105%          0.000085080000
  23-Jul-05          3.105%          0.000085080000
  24-Jul-05          3.105%          0.000085080000
  25-Jul-05          3.112%          0.000085263100
  26-Jul-05          3.124%          0.000085595500
  27-Jul-05          3.113%          0.000085293500
  28-Jul-05          3.121%          0.000085506000
  29-Jul-05          3.154%          0.000086414000
  30-Jul-05          3.154%          0.000086414000
  31-Jul-05          3.154%          0.000086414000

  Average              3.098%

                                 **********

The following Report was received and placed on file:




                                        -21-
                   MADISON COUNTY SHELTERED CARE HOME
                          333 SOUTH MAIN STREET
                                P.O. BOX 441
                          EDWARDSVILLE, IL 62025

            DAILY AVERAGE REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JULY, 2005

No. Residents              Admitted      Discharged     Total Residents     No. Days Served
July 1, 2005                                             July 31, 2005
IDPA         40              0                 3            37                1203
PVT           8              0                 0              8                248
TOTAL        48              0                 3            45                1451

                                           s/ Donna Marrone
                                           Donna Marrone, Administrator

                                      **********

    The following Proclamation was submitted and read:

  A PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING SEPTEMBER 25, 2005, AS “ST. PETER’S
LUTHERAN CHURCH IN PRAIRIETOWN DAY” IN MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

     WHEREAS, in the 1850s, German immigrants saw America as a land of opportunity and
freedom, thereby traveling by steamboat up the Mississippi River from New Orleans and settling
in the Midwest; and

     WHEREAS, in 1855, a group of these settlers founded the German Evangelical Lutheran
St. Peter’s Church of the Unaltered Augsburg Confession at Swett’s Prairie, which today is St.
Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church of Prairietown, Illinois; and

     WHEREAS, as a fledgling congregation, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church developed during the
time Illinois statesman Abraham Lincoln became President of the United States, and is boldly
proud of its heritage as Christians in the “Land of Lincoln”; and

     WHEREAS, during the past 150 years, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church has provided spiritual
nourishment to the Prairietown community and the surrounding area by preaching God’s Word,
administering the Sacraments and, through St. Peter’s Lutheran School, providing Christian
education for children; and continues today to reach out to its community in Christian love and
compassion, providing this same spiritual nourishment; and

     WHEREAS, St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, during these 150 years, has faithfully withstood
the many hardships of war (including the Civil War), drought, disease and epidemics, and is
celebrating this significant milestone with praise and thanksgiving;




                                             -22-
     NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF
MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that September 25, 2005, is hereby proclaimed to be “St.
Peter’s Lutheran Church in Prairietown Day” in the County of Madison, Illinois.

     Adopted this 17th day of August, 2005

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

Attest:

s/ Mark Von Nida_____________
Mark Von Nida
County Clerk

  Mr. Meyer moved, seconded by Mrs. Myers, to adopt the foregoing proclamation.
MOTION CARRIED.

                                     **********

     The following Proclamation was submitted and read:

                                    PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, three out of the top four causes of death in Madison County are related to heart
disease and stroke; and

WHEREAS, the Madison County Health Plan identified the reduction of cardiovascular disease
as one of its four health priorities; and

WHERAS, walking and physical exercise, are key components to cardiovascular health; and

WHEREAS, the Madison County Board recognizes the need for a health workforce;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT PROCLAIMED that I, Alan J. Dunstan, County Board Chairman
of Madison County, do hereby proclaim September 7th, 2005 as “Employee Walk Day”.

                                   Done at the administration Building in Edwardsville,
                                   Illinois this seventeenth Day of August, in the year of Our
                                   Lord two thousand and five.

                                   s/ Alan J. Dunstan, Chairman
                                   County of Madison, Illinois




                                              -23-
  Mr. Holliday moved, seconded by Mr. Scheibel, to adopt the foregoing Proclamation.
MOTION CARRIED.

                                        **********

      The following appointment was submitted and read:

                      BUNKER HILL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

                                         RESOLUTION

      WHEREAS, the term of David Hardwick, Trustee of the Bunker Hill Fire Protection
District has become open due to his resignation, and

      WHEREAS, Kenneth Heuer has been recommended for consideration and appointment,

     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Kenneth Heuer, 9200 Zimmerman Rd.,
Dorsey, IL, 62021, be appointed to an unexpired three (3) year term ending May 1, 2006.

     FURTHER, that said Kenneth Heuer 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 August, 2005.

                                             s/ Alan Dunstan
                                             Madison County Board Chairman

  Mr. Meyer moved, seconded by Mr. Daiber, to approve the foregoing appointment.
MOTION CARRIED.
                              **********

      The following Resolution was submitted and read:

                                         RESOLUTION

     WHEREAS, the Illinois Revised Statutes provide the days that State and County offices
may be closed;

      WHEREAS, one traditional day has been observed during the month of September, Labor
Day

     WHEREAS, the Buildings & Facilities Management Committee of the Madison County
Board has determined that the County facilities will be closed on the following day:

                                MONDAY, September 5th, 2005




                                               -24-
     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison that the
 County facilities be closed for the observance of this holiday during the month of September,
 2005.

s/ M. Joe Semanisin
M. Joe Semanisin

s/ Mark S. Burris
Mark Burris

s/ Jeff Julian
Jeff Julian

s/ Ted Prehn
Ted Prehn

s/ Sue Brown
Sue Brown


s/ Bob Shipley
Robert Shipley

s/ William S. Meyer
William S. Meyer

BUILDING & FACILITIES MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

  Mr. Semanisin moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to adopt the foregoing Resolution.
MOTION CARRIED.

                                        **********

       The following two (2) Resolutions were submitted and read:

 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING A MODIFICATION OF THE PAY STEP PLAN FOR
     NON-BARGAINING UNIT EMPLOYEES AND FY 2005 WAGE INCREASES

     WHEREAS, in September, 1992 the Madison County Board implemented a pay step plan
for non-union employees; and,

     WHEREAS, this plan has been maintained since as a separate pay plan for non-bargaining
unit employees; and,

    WHEREAS, it is recommended that the pay step plan for existing employees be modified as
shown on the attached chart; and,

    WHEREAS, it is further recommended that a new pay step plan be implemented for non-
bargaining unit employees hired after August 17, 2005 in order to achieve future cost reductions.




                                              -25-
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County,
Illinois that the pay step plans shown on the attached chart for non-bargaining unit employees are
hereby adopted effective August 20, 2005.

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that existing non-bargaining unit employees receive a
retroactive pay increase for FY 2005 effective December 1, 2004 equal to three percent (3%) of
gross pay earned from December 1, 2004 through August 19, 2005.

     Respectfully submitted,

s/ Frank Laub                                        s/ Jean Myers
s/ Stephen Stobbs                                    s/ Kent Scheibel
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.                             s/ Barbara Overton
s/ Robert A. Daiber                                  s/ Larry Trucano
s/ Tom Hoechst                                       s/ Jack Minner
s/ Bob Shipley                                       s/ Joe Semanisin
s/ Mark S. Burris                                    s/ Sue Brown
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


                                             FY2005
                           MADISON COUNTY NON-UNION PAY STEP PLAN
                             December 1, 2004 thru November 30, 2005

                STEP 1         STEP 2    STEP 3       STEP 4      STEP 5       STEP 6   STEP 7
                 Start          2 Yrs     5 Yrs        9 Yrs      12 Yrs       15 Yrs   18 Yrs
       Grade    Hourly         Hourly    Hourly       Hourly      Hourly       Hourly   Hourly

        17         34.30         36.85       38.05       39.30        40.55     41.80     43.25
        16         29.45         31.45       32.45       33.45        34.45     35.45     36.65
        15         26.45         28.45       29.45       30.45        31.45     32.45     33.60
        14         23.45         25.45       26.45       27.45        28.45     29.45     30.65
        13         20.45         22.45       23.45       24.45        25.45     26.45     27.65
        12         20.10         21.60       22.35       23.10        23.85     24.60     25.50
        11         18.60         20.10       20.85       21.60        22.35     23.10     24.00
        10         16.35         17.85       18.60       19.35        20.10     20.85     21.75
         9         15.60         16.60       17.10       17.60        18.10     18.60     19.25
         8         14.85         15.85       16.35       16.85        17.35     17.85     18.50
         7         14.10         15.10       15.60       16.10        16.60     17.10     17.75
         6         13.35         14.35       14.85       15.35        15.85     16.35     17.00
         5         12.60         13.60       14.10       14.60        15.10     15.60     16.30
         4         11.85         12.85       13.35       13.85        14.35     14.85     15.50
         3         11.10         12.10       12.60       13.10        13.60     14.10     14.75
         2         10.35         11.35       11.85       12.35        12.85     13.35     14.00
         1          9.60         10.60       11.10       11.60        12.10     12.60     13.25

                           FY 2004 steps 1-6 rounded to two decimals + 3%
                           FY 2004 step 7 rounded to two decimals + 3% + .15



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                                           FY2005
                               MADISON COUNTY NON-UNION PAY STEP PLAN




                STEP 1                    STEP 3                    STEP 5               STEP 7
                 Start                     5 Yrs                    12 Yrs               18 Yrs
       Grade    Hourly                    Hourly                    Hourly               Hourly

         17         33.30                     38.05                    40.55                43.25
         16         28.60                     32.45                    34.45                36.65
         15         25.70                     29.45                    31.45                33.60
         14         22.75                     26.45                    28.45                30.65
         13         19.85                     23.45                    25.45                27.65
         12         19.50                     22.35                    23.85                25.50
         11         18.05                     20.85                    22.35                24.00
         10         15.85                     18.60                    20.10                21.75
          9         15.15                     17.10                    18.10                19.25
          8         14.40                     16.35                    17.35                18.50
          7         13.70                     15.60                    16.60                17.75
          6         12.95                     14.85                    15.85                17.00
          5         12.20                     14.10                    15.10                16.30
          4         11.50                     13.35                    14.35                15.50
          3         10.75                     12.60                    13.60                14.75
          2         10.05                     11.85                    12.85                14.00
          1          9.30                     11.10                    12.10                13.25


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  A RESOLUTION CONCERNING FY 2005 SALARIES FOR DEPARTMENT HEADS
                    AND APPOINTED OFFICIALS

        WHEREAS, the Department Heads and Appointed Officials identified on the attached
list were appointed to one year terms for FY 2005 ending on November 30, 2005; and,

       WHEREAS, their salaries for FY 2005 have not previously been established; and,

        WHEREAS, it is recommended that the Department Heads and Appointed Officials
identified on the list receive a three percent (3%) increase in their salaries effective December 1,
2004.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County that
the Department Heads and Appointed Officials identified on the attached list receive a three
percent (3%) salary increase for FY 2005 effective December 1, 2004.

       Respectfully submitted,



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s/ Frank Laub                                 s/ Bob Shipley
s/ Jean Myers                                 s/ Barbara Overton
s/ Robert A. Daiber                           s/ Kent Scheibel
s/ Alan J. Dunstan                            s/ Sue Brown
s/ Tom Hoechst                                s/ Stephen Stobbs
s/ Joe Semanisin                              s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
s/ Mark S. Burris                             s/ Jack Minner
s/ Larry Trucano
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

      Director of Administration                             James K. Monday
      Animal Control Administrator                           David S. Hall, DVM
      Sheltered Care Home Administrator                      Donna Marrone
      Museum Superintendent                                  Suzanne Dietrich
      Director of Information Systems                        Patrick J. Morrison, Sr.
      Planning & Development Administrator                   Joseph D. Parente
      License Investigator                                   Frank A. Hanfelder
      Building Administrator                                 Martin Siglock
      Safety and Risk Management Director                    Rita Keene
      Public Health Administrator                            Antoinette M. Corona
      EMA Coordinator                                        John D. Quigley
      Sewer Superintendent                                   Ralph R. Burnett, Jr.
      Community Development Program Administrator            Cheryl Jouett
      Employment & Training Program Administrator            Dave Stoecklin
      9-1-1 Emergency Telephone Coordinator                  Raymond Romine, III
      Chief County Assessment Official                       Debra D. Ming-Mendoza
      Board of Review Member                                 Kerry Miller
      Board of Review Member                                 Anne Hutson
      Board of Review Member                                 Bessie Powers

                                            ****

    Mr. Hoechst moved, seconded by Mr. Burris, to adopt the two (2) foregoing Resolutions.

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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

    NAYS: None.

    AYES: 29. NAYS: 0.           Whereupon the Chairman declared the two (2) foregoing
Resolutions duly adopted.




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                                     **********

   The following six (6) Resolutions were submitted and read:

               SUMMARY REPORT OF CLAIMS AND TRANSFERS
                              July, 2005

Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

   Submitted herewith is the Claims and Transfers Report for the month of July, 2005
requesting approval.

                                                 Payroll                       Claims
                                   07/01/05, 07/15/05 & 7/29/05               8/17/2005

GENERAL FUND                            $          2,042,018.71                484,180.68
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND                               1,178,664.28              3,011,476.84
DEBT SERVICE FUND                                          0.00                 59,225.00
CAPITAL PROJECT                                            0.00                 68,277.87
ENTERPRISE FUND                                       51,745.79                 85,192.10
INTERNAL SERVICE FUND                                 25,989.98                906,107.15

GRAND TOTAL                             $          3,298,418.76              4,614,459.64

EQUITY TRANSFER

General Fund               Debt Service Fund/
County Revenue             Admin. Building Bond & Int.                   $ 1,250,000.00

General Fund               Special Revenue Fund/
County Revenue             Child Advocacy Center                         $   111,484.00


s/ Rick Faccin                                s/ Jack Minner
Rick Faccin                                   s/ Michael Holliday Sr.
Madison County Auditor                        s/ Larry Trucano
August 17, 2005                               s/ Tom Hoechst
                                              s/ E. Allan Schuler
                                              s/ Stephen A. Stobbs
                                              s/ Harry J. Thurau
                                              Finance & Gov't Operations Committee

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                     IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION

     WHEREAS, the Fiscal Year 2005 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 in
the amount of $95,000.00 entitled Juvenile Justice Formula Transportation, with the purpose of
providing community-based alternatives to secure detention, transporting juveniles, and training
Juvenile Justice professionals; and

     WHEREAS, the Department of Human Services has authorized federal funds of
$95,000.00, with the County providing no matching funds; and

     WHEREAS, the agreement provides a grant period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006,
the amount not expended in Fiscal Year 2005 will be re-appropriated for the remaining grant
period in Fiscal Year 2006;

     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 2005 Budget for the
County of Madison be increased by $95,000.00 in the fund established as 2006 Juvenile Justice
Formula Transportation Grant.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
s/ Larry Trucano
s/ Tom Hoechst
s/ E. Allan Schuler
s/ Harry Thurau
s/ Stephen Stobbs
FINANCE COMMITTEE

                                            ****

                     IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION

     WHEREAS, the Fiscal Year 2005 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 in
the amount of $60,000.00 entitled the Juvenile Justice Formula Alternatives to Detention, with
the purpose of supporting an intervention program targeted to minors with limited or no prior
offenses; and




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     WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Human Services has authorized funds of
$60,000.00, with the County providing no matching funds; and

     WHEREAS, the agreement provides a grant period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006,
the amount not expended in Fiscal Year 2005 will be re-appropriated for the remaining grant
period in Fiscal Year 2006;

     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 2005 Budget for the
County of Madison be increased by $60,000.00 in the fund established as the 2006 Juvenile
Justice Formula Alternatives to Detention.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
s/ Larry Trucano
s/ Tom Hoechst
s/ E. Allan Schuler
s/ Harry J. Thurau
s/ Stephen Stobbs
FINANCE COMMITTEE

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                      IMMEDIATE EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION

     WHEREAS, the Fiscal Year 2005 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 in
the amount of $42,000.00 entitled the Heart Smart For Teens Grant, with the purpose of
providing an in-depth opportunity for 8th grade girls to learn about heart health, physical activity,
and healthy eating through an interactive curriculum; and

    WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Public Health has authorized use of Illinois General
Revenue funding administered through the Office of Women’s Health in the amount of
$42,000.00;

     WHEREAS, the agreement provides a grant period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006,
the amount not expended in Fiscal Year 2005 will be re-appropriated for the remaining grant
period in Fiscal Year 2006;

     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



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emergency appropriation be hereby adopted whereby the Fiscal Year 2005 Budget for the
County of Madison be increased by $42,000.00 in the fund established as the 2006 Heart Smart
for Teens Grant.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
s/ Tom Hoechst
s/ Harry J. Thurau
s/ Larry Trucano
s/ Stephen Stobbs
s/ E. Allan Schuler
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr
FINANCE COMMITTEE

                                            ****

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DEFEASANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION
    REFUNDING BONDS OF THE COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS AND IN
    CONNECTION THEREWITH THE EXECUTION OF AN ESCROW TRUST
AGREEMENT, THE PURCHASE AND DEPOSIT OF GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
 TO PROVIDE FOR PAYMENT OF SUCH GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING
 BONDS, AND FIXING THE TIME WHEN THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BECOME
                           EFFECTIVE.

                                     RECITALS

        1. Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Board of the County of Madison, Illinois
(the “County”) on February 20, 2002, the County issued its General Obligation Refunding
Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2002 in the original principal amount of $7,445,000
(the “Series 2002 Bonds”), a portion of which Series 2002 Bonds remains outstanding and
unpaid.

       2.    The County has determined that it is in the best interests of the County to (1)
defease the outstanding Series 2002 Bonds, being those Series 2002 Bonds maturing in the years
2006 and thereafter, aggregating the principal amount of $4,620,000 (the “Defeased Series 2002
Bonds”), and (2) pay costs associated with the defeasance of such bonds.

       3. The County desires to appoint the firm of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company,
Incorporated (the “Financial Advisor”), to serve as financial advisor in connection with the
defeasance of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds.

        4.   The County desires to authorize the Financial Advisor and the law firm of
Thompson Coburn LLP, as bond counsel to the County, to proceed with the preparation of all
legal proceedings necessary for the defeasance of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds.




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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF THE
COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS AS FOLLOWS:

         SECTION 1. The Chairman or Vice Chairman of the County Board, Director of
Administration, and the other officers of the County are hereby authorized to take all steps
deemed necessary and appropriate in order to cause the defeasance of the Defeased Series 2002
Bonds, including in particular but without limitation the execution and delivery of an escrow
trust agreement (the “Escrow Agreement”) with UMB Bank, N.A. The form and content of the
agreement shall be substantially as set forth in Exhibit A, which is attached to and made a part
of this resolution.

       SECTION 2. The Director of Administration and other officials of the County are
hereby authorized and directed to purchase United States Treasury Securities – State and Local
Government Series (the “Escrowed Securities”), as the same may be more fully described in
Schedule II of the Escrow Agreement, for deposit in the escrow fund established by the Escrow
Agreement, in order to pay the principal and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds
described in the Escrow Agreement.

        SECTION 3. The County hereby appoints the firm of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company,
Incorporated to act as financial advisor to the County in connection with the defeasance of the
Defeased Series 2002 Bonds. The County hereby appoints the law firm of Thompson Coburn
LLP to serve as the County’s bond counsel with respect to the defeasance of the Defeased Series
2002 Bonds. The Financial Advisor and bond counsel are hereby authorized and directed to
proceed with the preparation of all necessary legal proceedings necessary for the defeasance of
the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds and to take such other actions as may be necessary or expedient
to carry out the defeasance of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds, including without limitation
assisting the County in the subscription for and purchase of the Escrowed Securities.

        SECTION 4. The Chairman of the County Board, Director of Administration and other
officers and representatives of the County are hereby authorized and directed to take such other
action as may be necessary to carry out the defeasance of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds. The
Financial Advisor, bond counsel, and the escrow agent for the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds, are
authorized to take all necessary actions, on the County’s behalf, for the subscription and
purchase of the Escrowed Securities to be deposited in the escrow fund for the Defeased Series
2002 Bonds.

       SECTION 5. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption
by the County Board.

         PASSED by the County Board this 17th day of August, 2005.

                                            s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                            Chairman of the County Board

(Seal)

ATTEST:


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s/ Mark Von Nida
County Clerk

                                               EXHIBIT A
                                   FORM OF ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT
                                        ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT
                                                BETWEEN
                                     THE COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS
                                                  AND

                                                          UMB BANK, N.A.
                                                         Kansas City, Missouri

To pay and discharge the $4,620,000 outstanding principal amount of General Obligation
Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2002 of the County of Madison, Illinois.
                             ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT

                                                       TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section                                                                                                                                         Page


Recitals ............................................................................................................................................. 1

1.          Definitions; Rules of Construction ..................................................................................... 1
2.          Receipt of Resolution and Prior Resolution ....................................................................... 3
3.          Creation of Escrow Fund and Expense Fund ..................................................................... 3
4.          Verification of Certified Public Accountants ..................................................................... 3
5.          Deposits to the Escrow Fund and the Expense Fund .......................................................... 3
6.          Creation of Lien .................................................................................................................. 3
7.          Application of Cash and Securities in the Escrow Fund .................................................... 3
8.          Substitute Escrowed Securities ........................................................................................... 4
9.          Notice of Defeasance .......................................................................................................... 5
10.         Reports of the Escrow Agent .............................................................................................. 5
11.         Liability of Escrow Agent .................................................................................................. 5
12.         Fees and Costs of the Escrow Agent .................................................................................. 6
13.         Application of Moneys in the Expense Fund ..................................................................... 7
14.         Resignation or Removal of Escrow Agent; Successor Escrow Agent ............................... 7
15.         Amendments to this Escrow Agreement ............................................................................ 8
16.         County to Fund Shortages .................................................................................................. 9
17.         Termination ......................................................................................................................... 9
18.         Notices ................................................................................................................................ 9
19.         Severability ....................................................................................................................... 10
20.         Successors and Assigns .................................................................................................... 10
21.         Governing Law ................................................................................................................. 10
22.         Headings ........................................................................................................................... 10


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23.        Counterparts ...................................................................................................................... 10
24.        Recitals ............................................................................................................................. 10
25.        Indemnity .......................................................................................................................... 10

Signatures and Seals ...................................................................................................................... 12

Schedule I – Defeased Series 2002
Bonds Schedule II – List of Escrowed
Securities

Exhibit A – Request for Disbursement from Expense
Fund Exhibit B – Form of Notice of Defeasance

                                             ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT

        THIS ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT dated as of September 1, 2005 (the “Escrow
Agreement”), by and between the COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS, a body corporate and
political subdivision of the State of Illinois (the “County”), and UMB Bank, N.A., Kansas City,
Missouri, a national banking association, and having full trust powers, as Escrow Agent (the
“Escrow Agent”).

          WITNESSETH:

       WHEREAS, the County has heretofore duly authorized and issued its General
Obligation Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2002 (the “Series 2002
Bonds”), in the original principal amount of $7,445,000, a portion of which Series 2002 Bonds
remain outstanding and unpaid; and

        WHEREAS, the County desires to (1) defease the outstanding Series 2002 Bonds, being
those Series 2002 Bonds maturing on April 1, 2006 and thereafter, aggregating the principal
amount of $4,620,000 (the “Defeased Series 2002 Bonds”), and (2) pay costs associated with
the defeasance of such bonds; and

        WHEREAS, the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds will mature or be subject to redemption
and will have interest payable in the amounts and at the times shown on Schedule I attached
hereto; and

       WHEREAS, pursuant to the Resolution (the “Resolution”) adopted by the County Board
on August 17, 2005, the County has heretofore authorized and directed the purchase of United
States Government Obligations as described in Schedule II attached hereto (collectively, the
“Escrowed Securities”), for deposit in the Escrow Fund created hereby, which will mature at
times and in amounts sufficient, together with cash deposited in the Escrow Fund, to pay the
principal of and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds as and when due; and

       NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing and of the mutual covenants
hereinafter set forth, the parties hereto agree as follows:



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       1.      Definitions; Rules of Construction. (a) Definitions. The following words
and terms used in this Escrow Agreement shall have the following meanings:

       “Bond Counsel” means Thompson Coburn LLP or any other attorney or firm of
attorneys nationally recognized on the subject of municipal bonds.

        “Code” means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, or any corresponding
applicable provisions of succeeding law, and the applicable temporary, proposed and final
regulations related thereto.

       “County Board” means the County Board, the governing body of the County.

       “Defeased Series 2002 Bonds” means the outstanding Series 2002 Bonds, being those
Series 2002 Bonds maturing on April 1, 2006 and thereafter, aggregating the principal amount
of $4,620,000.

       “Escrow Agent” means UMB Bank, N.A., Kansas City, Missouri, and its successor or
successors at the time acting as the Escrow Agent under this Escrow Agreement.

       “Escrow Agreement” means this Escrow Trust Agreement.

       “Escrow Fund” means the fund by that name referred to in Section 3 of this Escrow
       Agreement.

      “Escrowed Securities” means the United States Government Obligations listed on
Schedule II attached hereto and any Substitute Escrowed Securities.

      “Expense Fund” means the fund by that name referred to in Section 3 of this Escrow
Agreement.

       “Prior Paying Agent” means UMB Bank, N.A., located in Kansas City, Missouri, the
paying agent for the Series 2002 Bonds, and any successor or successors at the time acting as
paying agent for any of the Series 2002 Bonds.

       “Resolution” means the resolution adopted by the County Board on August 17, 2005,
authorizing the purchase and deposit of the United States Government Obligations for the
purpose of providing for the payment of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds.

      “Series 2002 Bonds” means the Series 2002 Bonds referred to in the preamble to this
Escrow Agreement.

        “Series 2002 Bond Payment Date” means any date on which any principal of or
interest on any of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds is due and payable, as set forth in Schedule I
attached hereto.

        “Series 2002 Resolution” means the resolution authorizing the issuance and delivery of
the Series 2002 Bonds adopted by the County Board on February 20, 2002.


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       “Substitute Escrowed Securities” means United States Government Obligations which
have been acquired by the Escrow Agent and substituted for Escrowed Securities in accordance
with Section 8 of this Escrow Agreement.

        “United States Government Obligations” means cash, noncallable bonds, notes,
certificates of indebtedness, treasury bills or other noncallable securities constituting direct
obligations of, or non-prepayable obligations the principal of and interest on which are fully and
guaranteed as to full and timely payment of principal and interest by, the United States of
America, including evidences of a direct ownership interest in future interest or principal
payments on obligations issued or guaranteed by the United States of America, or securities
which represent an undivided interest in such obligations, or securities to the extent that the
Treasury of the United States of America is ultimately responsible for the payment thereon such
as the interest on bonds of the Resolution Trust Corporation; provided, however, that when
referring to stripped products, “United States Government Obligations” refers to and includes
only ownership interest in stripped products which have been stripped under the United States
Treasury Department STRIP program or Resolution Trust Corporation obligations. This term
shall not include investments in money market mutual funds or unit investment trusts that invest
in securities of the United States of America.

       (b)     Rules of Construction.

               (1)    Words of the masculine gender shall be deemed and construed to include
                      correlative words of the feminine and neuter genders.

               (2)    Unless the context shall otherwise indicate, words importing the singular
                      number shall include the plural and vice versa, and words importing
                      person shall include firms, associations, and corporations, including
                      public bodies, as well as natural persons.

        2.       Receipt of Resolution and Prior Resolution. Receipt of a true and correct copy of
the Resolution and the Prior Resolution as certified by the County is hereby acknowledged by
the Escrow Agent, and reference herein to or citation herein of any provisions of said documents
shall be deemed to incorporate the same as a part hereof in the same manner and with the same
effect as if fully set forth herein.

        3.     Creation of Escrow Fund and Expense Fund. There is hereby created and
established with the Escrow Agent two special and irrevocable separate trust accounts, each to be
held in the custody of the Escrow Agent separate from all other funds of the Escrow Agent, and
designated “Escrow Fund for the County of Madison, Illinois, General Obligation Refunding
Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2002” (the “Escrow Fund”) and “County of
Madison, Illinois Expense Fund (the “Expense Fund”).

       4.     Verification of Certified Public Accountants. ___________________________,
__________, ___________, Certified Public Accountants, have verified the mathematical
accuracy of certain computations performed by Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, the



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financial advisor to the County, which demonstrate that the cash held in the Escrow Fund,
together with the maturing Escrowed Securities and interest to accrue thereon, will be sufficient
to pay all principal of and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds on the respective Series
2002 Bond Payment Dates and have delivered a copy of their report to the County and the
Escrow Agent.

        5.      Deposits to the Escrow Fund and the Expense Fund. Concurrently with the
execution and delivery of this Escrow Agreement, and pursuant to the provisions of the
Resolution, the County herewith causes the deposit with the Escrow Agent, and the Escrow
Agent acknowledges receipt and deposit (i) into the Escrow Fund of the Escrowed Securities and
cash in an amount sufficient, together with the Escrowed Securities, to pay all principal of,
redemption premium, if any, and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds as and when due
and (ii) into the Expense Fund cash in the amount of $__________. Such amounts shall not be
considered as a banking deposit by the County. The Escrow Agent shall apply amounts in the
Escrow Fund to purchase the Escrowed Securities in Schedule II, which shall be delivered to
and deposited in the Escrow Fund.

       6.      Creation of Lien. The escrow created hereby shall be irrevocable. The holders of
the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds are hereby given an express lien on and security interest in the
Escrowed Securities and any cash, from time to time, in the Escrow Fund and all earnings
thereon until used and applied in accordance with this Escrow Agreement. The matured principal
of and earnings on the Escrowed Securities and any cash, from time to time, in the Escrow Fund
are hereby irrevocably pledged and assigned and shall be applied solely for the payment of the
principal of and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds.

       7.     Application of Cash and Securities in the Escrow Fund.

        (a)      Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Section 7 or in Section 8, the
Escrow Agent shall have no power or duty to invest any moneys held hereunder or to sell
transfer or otherwise dispose of any Escrowed Securities.

        (b)      On or prior to each Series 2002 Bond Payment Date, the Escrow Agent shall
withdraw from the Escrow Fund available funds in an amount equal to the principal of,
redemption premium, if any, and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds becoming due and
payable on such Series 2002 Bond Payment Date, each as set forth in Schedule I attached hereto,
and shall forward such amounts to the office of the Prior Paying Agent, so that immediately
available funds will reach the office of such Prior Paying Agent on or before 12:00 Noon,
Central time, on such Series 2002 Bond Payment Date and at the times required by the Prior
Resolution. Such payment shall be made from the interest and maturing principal of the
Escrowed Securities and the cash, if any, held in the Escrow Fund. In order to make the
payments required by this Section 7(b), the Escrow Agent is hereby authorized to redeem or
otherwise dispose of Escrowed Securities in accordance with the maturity schedules in Schedule
II. The liability of the Escrow Agent to make the payments required by this Section 7(b) shall be
limited to the available moneys and Escrowed Securities in the Escrow Fund.




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        (c)     Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Escrow Agreement to the contrary,
the County hereby covenants that no part of the moneys or funds held in the Escrow Fund shall
be used, at any time, directly or indirectly, in a manner which, if such use had been reasonably
anticipated on the date of issuance of the Series 2002 Bonds would have caused the Series 2002
Bonds to be or become “arbitrage bonds” under Section 148 of the Code.

        (d)     Except as otherwise provided in this Section, all cash moneys held at any time
by the Escrow Agent in the Escrow Fund shall be held uninvested and continuously and
adequately secured by United States Government Obligations, except, at the direction of the
County, subject to the prior receipt of an unqualified opinion of Bond Counsel to the effect that
such investment would not cause the interest on either the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds or the
Series 2002 Bonds to be included in gross income for federal income tax purposes, such moneys
may be invested in United States Government Obligations maturing in amounts at least equal to
their purchase price no later than the next succeeding Series 2002 Bond Payment Date.

        (e)     Upon the payment in full of the principal of, redemption premium, if any, and
interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds, all remaining moneys and Escrowed Securities in
the Escrow Fund, together with any interest thereon, shall be transferred to the County.

       8.       Substitute Escrowed Securities.

        (a) At the written request of the County and upon compliance with the conditions
hereinafter stated, the Escrow Agent shall have the power to sell, transfer, request the
redemption of or otherwise dispose of the Escrowed Securities and to substitute for the
Escrowed Securities solely cash or United States Government Obligations (the “Substitute
Escrowed Securities”). The Escrow Agent shall purchase such Substitute Escrowed Securities
with the proceeds derived from the sale, transfer, disposition or redemption of the Escrowed
Securities together with any other funds available for such purpose. The foregoing transactions
may be effected only if: (i) the substitution of the Substitute Escrowed Securities for the original
Escrowed Securities occurs simultaneously; (ii) the Escrow Agent shall receive from an
independent certified public accountant acceptable to the Escrow Agent in its reasonable
judgment a certification, satisfactory in form and substance to the Escrow Agent, that after such
transaction, (A) the principal amount of and interest income on the Escrowed Securities to be held
in the Escrow Fund after giving effect to such transaction (including Substitute Escrowed
Securities to be acquired), together with any other moneys to be held in the Escrow Fund after
such transaction, shall be sufficient, without regard to further reinvestment thereof, to pay, as
the same become due at maturity or earlier redemption, all principal of, redemption premium, if
any, and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds pursuant to Schedule I, which have not
been previously paid; and (B) the amounts and dates of the anticipated transfers from the Escrow
Fund to the Prior Paying Agent for the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds shall not be diminished or
postponed thereby; and (iii) the Escrow Agent shall receive an unqualified opinion of Bond
Counsel to the effect that such disposition and substitution or purchase is permitted under this
Escrow Agreement and would not cause the interest on either the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds
or the Series 2002 Bonds to be included in gross income for purposes of federal income taxation
under then existing law. In the event that any such substitution results in cash held in the Escrow
Fund that is in excess of the cash required for the certification of an independent certified public



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accountant referred to in this subsection 8(a) (as evidenced by such certification), the Escrow
Agent shall, at the request of the County, withdraw such excess from the Escrow Fund and pay
such excess to the County; provided that, in the opinion of Bond Counsel, such withdrawal and
application will not be contrary to State law and will not cause the interest on the Defeased Series
2002 Bonds or the Series 2002 Bonds to be included in gross income for purposes of federal
income taxation.

        (b) In the event that any of the Escrowed Securities are not available for delivery on the
date of deposit of the Escrowed Securities, the Escrow Agent is directed to accept substitute
securities in lieu thereof, provided: (i) the substitute securities are United States Government
Obligations, (ii) the maturing principal of and interest on such substitute securities (excluding any
interest after any optional redemption date) is equal to or greater than the maturity value of such
unavailable Escrowed Securities, (iii) payment of such principal of and interest on the substitute
securities will be received on or before the maturity date of the unavailable Escrowed Securities,
and (iv) the County and Bond Counsel approve such substitution in writing. If the original
Escrowed Securities become available and are tendered to the Escrow Agent by or on behalf of
the County, the Escrow Agent shall without further authorization accept such Escrowed
Securities, shall return the substitute securities as directed by the County and shall notify Bond
Counsel of the transaction.

       [9. Notice of Defeasance. The County hereby directs the Prior Paying Agent and the
Prior Paying Agent, by its execution hereof as Escrow Agent, agrees to take such action as may
be necessary under the Series 2002 Resolution to provide notice of defeasance in substantially in
the form attached hereto as Exhibit B to the owners of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds [and the
Bond Insurer]. Such notice shall be sent on the effective date of this Escrow Agreement .]

         10.     Reports of the Escrow Agent. As long as any of the Defeased Series 2002
Bonds, together with the interest thereon, have not been paid in full, the Escrow Agent shall, at
least sixty (60) days prior to each Series 2002 Bond Payment Date, determine the amount of
money that will be available in the Escrow Fund to pay the principal of and interest on the
Defeased Series 2002 Bonds on the next Series 2002 Bond Payment Date and if sufficient
money will not be available in the Escrow Fund on such next Series 2002 Bond Payment Date,
then the Escrow Agent shall certify in writing to the County (i) the amount so determined, and
(ii) a list of the moneys and Escrowed Securities held by it in the Escrow Fund on the date of
such certification, including all moneys held by it which were received as interest or profit from
Escrowed Securities.

       11.     Liability of Escrow Agent.

         (a)     The Escrow Agent shall not be liable for any loss resulting from any investment,
sale, transfer or other disposition made pursuant to this Escrow Agreement in compliance with
the provisions hereof. The Escrow Agent shall not have or assert any lien whatsoever on any of
the moneys or Escrowed Securities on deposit in the Escrow Fund for the payment of fees and
expenses for services rendered by the Escrow Agent under this Escrow Agreement or otherwise.




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         (b)     The Escrow Agent shall not be liable for the accuracy of the calculations as to
the sufficiency of the Escrowed Securities and moneys in the Escrow Fund to pay the Defeased
Series 2002 Bonds. So long as the Escrow Agent applies the Escrowed Securities and moneys as
provided herein, the Escrow Agent shall not be liable for any deficiencies in the amounts
necessary to pay the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds caused by such calculations. Notwithstanding
the foregoing, the Escrow Agent shall not be relieved of liability arising from and proximate to
its failure to comply fully with the terms of this Escrow Agreement.

         (c)     In the event of the Escrow Agent’s failure to account for any of the Escrowed
Securities or moneys received by it, said Escrowed Securities or moneys shall be and remain the
property of the County in trust for the holders of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds, as applicable,
and, if for any reason such Escrowed Securities or moneys are not applied as herein provided, the
assets of the Escrow Agent shall be impressed with a trust for the amount thereof until the
required application shall be made.

        (d)     The duties of the Escrow Agent shall be as expressed in this Escrow Agreement
and the Escrow Agent shall have no implied duties. The permissive right or power to take any
action shall not be construed as a duty to take action under any circumstances and the Escrow
Agent shall not be liable except in the event of its negligence or willful misconduct.

       (e)      The Escrow Agent need not take action under this Escrow Agreement which may
involve it in any expense or liability (other than those expressly agreed to herein by the Escrow
Agent) until indemnified to its satisfaction for any expense or liability it reasonably believes it
may incur.

       (f)      The Escrow Agent shall not be required to have any bond or surety or report to
the court despite any statute, custom or rule to the contrary.

        (g)      The Escrow Agent shall be protected in acting upon any notice, request, consent,
certificate, order, affidavit, letter, telegram, or other paper or document believed by it to be
genuine and correct and to have been signed or sent by the proper person or persons.

        (h)    The Escrow Agent may execute any of the duties under this Escrow Agreement
by or through agents or receivers.

       (i)      The Escrow Agent shall not be required to take notice or be deemed to have
notice of any default or other fact or event under this Escrow Agreement unless the Escrow
Agent shall be specifically notified in writing of the default, fact or event.

        (j)     The Escrow Agent may engage legal counsel, who may be counsel for any party
to this Escrow Agreement, and shall not be liable for any act or omission taken or suffered
pursuant to the opinion of such counsel.




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        (k)     Unless specifically required by the terms of this Escrow Agreement, the Escrow
Agent need not take notice of or enforce any other document or relationship, including, without
limiting the generality of the foregoing, any contract, settlement, arrangement, plan, assignment,
pledge, release, decree of the like, but its duties shall be solely as set out in this Escrow
Agreement.

        (l)     The provisions of this Escrow Agreement shall not limit or restrict any
obligations of the Escrow Agent or the Prior Paying Agent pursuant to any other agreements
with the County.

        12. Fees and Costs of the Escrow Agent. The amount of the costs, fees, and
expenses of the Escrow Agent in connection with the creation of the escrow described in and
created by this Escrow Agreement and in carrying out any of the duties, terms or provisions of
this Escrow Agreement will consist of a fee in the amount of $__________ payable on the date
of execution and delivery of this Escrow Agreement. In no event shall such fee be paid from
funds held by the Escrow Agent pursuant to this Escrow Agreement.

       Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, the Escrow Agent shall also be entitled to
reimbursement from the County of reasonable out-of-pocket, legal or extraordinary expenses
incurred in carrying out the duties, terms or provisions of this Escrow Agreement. Claims for
such reimbursement may be made to the County and in no event shall such reimbursement be
made from funds held by the Escrow Agent pursuant to this Escrow Agreement.

       In the event of the resignation of the Escrow Agent prior to the expiration of this Escrow
Agreement, the Escrow Agent shall rebate to the County a ratable portion of any fee (based on the
term of this Escrow Agreement) theretofore paid by the County to the Escrow Agent for its
services under this Escrow Agreement.

        13.      Application of Moneys in the Expense Fund. Moneys in the Expense Fund
shall be used to pay the costs of defeasing the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds, including but not
limited to, legal fees and expenses of bond counsel, fees and expenses of the Escrow Agent, the
fee of independent certified public accountants or consultants for verification services and the
fees and expenses of the financial advisor to the County, upon submission of a requisition in the
form attached hereto as Exhibit A signed by the Superintendent of the County. Any funds
remaining in the Expense Fund on [December 31, 2005] shall be returned to the County.

        14.     Resignation or Removal of Escrow Agent; Successor Escrow Agent. The
Escrow Agent at the time acting hereunder may at any time resign and be discharged from its
duties and responsibilities hereby created by giving written notice by registered or certified mail
to the County not less than sixty (60) days prior to the date when the resignation is to take
effect. Such resignation shall take effect immediately upon the acceptance of the County of the
resignation, the appointment of a successor Escrow Agent (which may be a temporary Escrow
Agent) by the County, the acceptance of such successor Escrow Agent of the terms, covenants
and conditions of this Escrow Agreement, the transfer of the Escrow Fund, including the
moneys and Escrowed Securities held therein, to such successor Escrow Agent and the




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completion of any other actions required for the principal of and interest on the Escrowed
Securities to be made payable to such successor Escrow Agent rather than the resigning Escrow
Agent.

        The Escrow Agent may be removed at any time by an instrument or concurrent
instruments in writing, delivered to the County and the Escrow Agent and signed by the owners
of a majority in principal amount of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds then outstanding; provided
that written notice thereof is mailed on or before the date of such removal by registered or
certified mail, postage prepaid, to all registered owners of such Defeased Series 2002 Bonds,
who are not parties to such instruments. The Escrow Agent may also be removed by the County
if the Escrow Agent fails to make timely payment on any Series 2002 Bond Payment Date to the
Prior Paying Agent of the amounts required to be paid by it on such Series 2002 Bond Payment
Date by Section 7(b) of this Escrow Agreement; provided that written notice thereof is mailed
on or before the date of such removal by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, to the
Escrow Agent, Prior Paying Agent and to all registered owners of such Defeased Series 2002
Bonds, who are not parties to such instruments. Any removal pursuant to this paragraph shall
become effective upon the appointment of a successor Escrow Agent (which may be a
temporary successor Escrow Agent) by the County, the acceptance of such successor Escrow
Agent of the terms, covenants and conditions of this Escrow Agreement, the transfer of the
Escrow Fund, including the moneys and Escrowed Securities held therein, to such successor
Escrow Agent and the completion of any other actions required for the principal of and interest
on the Escrowed Securities to be made payable to such successor Escrow Agent rather than the
Escrow Agent being removed. In the event of such removal, the Escrow Agent shall refund to
the County a pro-rata portion of its fees hereunder based on the period of time served as a
portion of the total term of this Escrow Agreement.

       In the event the Escrow Agent shall resign or be removed, or be dissolved, or shall be in
the course of dissolution or liquidation, or otherwise become incapable of acting hereunder, or in
case the Escrow Agent shall be taken under the control of any public officer or officers, or of a
receiver appointed by a court, the County shall appoint a temporary Escrow Agent to fill such
vacancy until a successor Escrow Agent shall be appointed by the County in the manner above
provided, and any such temporary Escrow Agent so appointed by the County shall immediately
and without further act be superseded by the successor Escrow Agent so appointed.

       In the event that no appointment of a successor Escrow Agent or a temporary successor
Escrow Agent shall have been made by the County pursuant to the foregoing provisions of this
Section within sixty (60) days after written notice of resignation of the Escrow Agent has been
given to the County, the holder of any of the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds or any retiring Escrow
Agent may apply to any court of competent jurisdiction for the appointment of a successor
Escrow Agent, and such court may thereupon, after such notice, if any, as it shall deem proper,
appoint a successor Escrow Agent.

       No successor Escrow Agent shall be appointed unless such successor Escrow Agent shall
be a corporation with trust powers authorized to do business in the State of Missouri and
organized under the banking laws of the United States or the State of Missouri and shall have at
the time of appointment capital and surplus of not less than $10,000,000.



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         Every successor Escrow Agent appointed hereunder shall execute, acknowledge and
deliver to its predecessor and to the County an instrument in writing accepting such appointment
hereunder, and thereupon such successor Escrow Agent without any further act, deed or
conveyance shall become fully vested with all the rights, immunities, powers, trusts, duties and
obligations of its predecessor and the duties and obligations of such predecessor shall thereafter
cease and terminate, but such predecessor shall, nevertheless, on the written request of the
County or such successor Escrow Agent, execute and deliver an instrument transferring to such
successor Escrow Agent all the estates, properties, rights, powers and trusts of such predecessor
hereunder, and every predecessor Escrow Agent shall deliver all securities and moneys held by it
to its successor and thereafter, the duties and obligations of such predecessor Escrow Agent shall
cease and terminate. Should any transfer, assignment or instrument in writing from the County
be required by any successor Escrow Agent for more fully and certainly vesting in such
successor Escrow Agent the estates, rights, powers and duties hereby vested or intended to be
vested in the predecessor Escrow Agent, any such transfer, assignment and instruments in
writing shall, on request, be executed, acknowledged and delivered by the County.

        Any corporation into which the Escrow Agent, or any successor to it of the duties and
responsibilities created by this Escrow Agreement, may be merged or converted or with which it
or any successor to it may be consolidated, or any corporation resulting from any merger,
conversion, consolidation or reorganization to which the Escrow Agent or any successor to it
may be a party or to which it may sell or transfer its corporate trust business and assets as a
whole or substantially as a whole, shall, if satisfactory to the County, be the successor Escrow
Agent under this Escrow Agreement without the execution or filing of any paper or any other act
on the part of the parties hereto, anything herein to the contrary notwithstanding.

        15.    Amendments to this Escrow Agreement. This Escrow Agreement is made
for the benefit of the County and the holders from time to time of the Defeased Series 2002
Bonds and it shall not be repealed, revoked, altered or amended without the written consent of all
such holders, the County and the Escrow Agent; provided, however, that the County and the
Escrow Agent may, without the consent of, or notice to, such holders, enter into such agreements
supplemental to this Escrow Agreement as shall not adversely affect the rights of such holders
and as shall not be inconsistent with the terms and provisions of this Escrow Agreement, for any
one or more of the following purposes:

       (a)     to cure any ambiguity or formal defect or omission in this Escrow Agreement;

       (b)     to grant to, or confer upon, the Escrow Agent for the benefit of the holders of the
Defeased Series 2002 Bonds any additional rights, remedies, powers or authority that may
lawfully be granted to, or conferred upon, such holders or the Escrow Agent; and

       (c)     to subject to this Escrow Agreement additional funds, securities or properties or
in connection with any transaction pursuant to Section 8 hereof.

       The Escrow Agent shall be entitled to rely exclusively upon an opinion of Bond Counsel
with respect to compliance with this section, including the extent, if any, to which any change,
modification, addition or elimination affects the rights of the holders of the Defeased Series


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2002 Bonds, or that any instrument executed hereunder complies with the conditions and
provisions of this section.

        16.      County to Fund Shortages. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Escrow
Agreement, if the amount of cash and Escrowed Securities deposited by the County hereunder
with the Escrow Agent is determined to have been less than the amount required to pay, when
due, the principal of and interest on the Defeased Series 2002 Bonds in accordance with the
Prior Resolution, the County agrees to transfer to the Escrow Agent, immediately upon the
Escrow Agent’s request, immediately available funds or Escrowed Securities in an amount
sufficient to eliminate the deficiency.

        17.     Termination. This Escrow Agreement shall terminate when all payments or
transfers required to be made by the Escrow Agent under the provisions hereof shall have been
made.

        18.      Notices. Except as otherwise provided herein, it shall be sufficient service of any
notice, request, complaint, demand or other paper required by the Resolution, the Prior Resolution
or this Escrow Agreement to be given to or filed with the County or the Escrow Agent if the
same shall be duly deposited, certified mail, postage prepaid, in the United States mail,
addressed (until another address is filed in writing) as follows:

       (a)      To the County at:

                                      County of Madison, Illinois
                                      Madison County Administration
                                      Building 157 North Main Street,
                                      Suite 165
                                      Edwardsville, IL 62025-1963
                                      Attention: Director of Administration

       (b)      To the Escrow Agent at:

                                      UMB Bank, N.A.
                                      2 South Broadway
                                      St. Louis, Missouri 63102
                                      Attention: Corporate Trust Department

                                      with a copy to:

                                      UMB Bank, N.A.
                                      928 Grand Avenue
                                      Kansas City, Missouri 64106
                                      Attention: Corporate Trust Department]




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        19.    Severability. If any one or more of the covenants or agreements provided in this
Escrow Agreement on the part of the County or the Escrow Agent to be performed should be
determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be contrary to law, such covenant or
agreement shall be deemed and construed to be severable from the remaining covenants and
agreements herein contained and shall in no way affect the validity of the remaining provisions
of this Escrow Agreement.

       20.     Successors and Assigns. All of the covenants, promises and agreements in this
Escrow Agreement contained by or on behalf of the County or the Escrow Agent shall be
binding upon and inure to the benefit of their respective successors and assigns whether so
expressed or not.

        21.     Governing Law. This Escrow Agreement shall be governed by the applicable law
of the State of Missouri.

         22.    Headings. Any headings preceding the text of the several sections hereof, and
any table of contents or marginal notes appended to copies hereof, shall be solely for
convenience of reference and shall not constitute a part of this Escrow Agreement, nor shall they
affect its meaning, construction or effect.

        23.    Counterparts. This Escrow Agreement may be executed in several counterparts,
all or any of which shall be regarded for all purposes as one original and shall constitute and be
but one and the same instrument.

       24.      Recitals. Any recitals contained in this Escrow Agreement (other than those
expressly agreed to herein by Escrow Agent) shall be deemed to be those of the County and not
those of the Escrow Agent.

       25.     Indemnity. To the extent permitted by law, the County hereby agrees to
indemnify and save harmless the Escrow Agent and its officers, employees, directors and
shareholders from and against any loss, liability or expense reasonably incurred, without
negligence or bad faith on its part, arising out of or in connection with this Escrow Agreement,
including the expense of defending itself against any claim or liability in the premises. This
indemnity agreement shall survive the termination of this Escrow Agreement.


       IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have each caused this Escrow Agreement to
be executed by their duly authorized officers or elected officials and their corporate seals to be
hereunder affixed and attested as of the date first above written.


                                                     COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS

                                                     By s/ Alan J. Dunstan
                                                     Chairman of County Board
       (Seal)



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       ATTEST:
       s/ Mark Von Nida
       County Clerk

                                                   UMB BANK, N.A., as Escrow Agent

                                                   By
                                                   Vice President
       (Seal)

       ATTEST:

       Assistant Secretary

                                      SCHEDULE I
                              TO ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT

                             DEFEASED SERIES 2002 BONDS

   Bond Payment                      Principal         Interest             Total
      Date                           Payment           Payment             Payment


       4/1/06                $1,000,000               $99,237.50        $1,099,237.50
       1/06                                            79,237.50            79,237.50
       4/1/07                 1,050,000                79,237.50         1,129,237.50
       10/1/07                                         55,612.50            55,612.50
       4/1/08                 1,110,000                55,612.50         1,165,612.50
       10/1/08                                         30,637.50            30,637.50
       4/1/09                 1,150,000                30,637.50         1,180,637.50
       10/1/09                                          6,200.00             6,200.00
       4/1/10                  310,000                  6,200.00           316,200.00

                                   SCHEDULE II
                                       TO
                             ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT

                         SCHEDULE OF ESCROWED SECURITIES


                                    EXHIBIT A
                                       TO
                             ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT

Request No. 1
Date: September , 2005




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WRITTEN REQUEST FOR DISBURSEMENT FROM THE COUNTY OF MADISON,
ILLINOIS EXPENSE FUND

To:    UMB Bank, N.A.
       2 South Broadway
       Suite 435
       St. Louis, Missouri 63102
       Attention: Corporate Trust Department

as Escrow Agent under the Escrow Trust Agreement dated as of September 1, 2005 from the
County of Madison, Illinois to said Escrow Agent (the "Escrow Agreement").

Pursuant to Section 12 of the Escrow Agreement, the County of Madison, Illinois (the "County")
hereby requests payment from the County of Madison, Illinois Expense Fund in accordance with
this request and said Section 12 and hereby states and certifies as follows:

       1.      The date and number of this request are as set forth above.

       2.      All terms in this request shall have and are used with the meanings specified in
               the Escrow Agreement.

       3.      The names of the persons, firms or corporations to whom the payments requested
              hereby are due, the amounts to be paid and the general description of the expenses
              for which each obligation requested to be paid hereby was incurred are as set forth
              on Attachment I hereto.

       4.      The amount requested is justly due and owing, has not been the subject of
               another written request which has been paid and is a proper cost of defeasing the
               Defeased Series 2002 Bonds.

                                            COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS

                                            By _________________________________
                                            Name: ______________________________
                                            Title: _______________________________

                              ATTACHMENT I
                TO WRITTEN REQUEST FOR DISBURSEMENT FROM
                 COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS EXPENSE FUND




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REQUEST NO. 1                                                         DATED
                                                                      September, 2005

 Person, firm                                                      General Description
 corporation                                                         of the expenses
   to whom                           Amount to                   for which the obligation
payment is due                       to be paid                  to be paid was incurred


Thompson Coburn LLP                   $                           Bond Counsel services

                                      $                           Verification services

UMB Bank, N.A.                        $                           Escrow Agent fees

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc.      $                           Financial Advisor services

                                      $

                                     EXHIBIT B
                                        TO
                              ESCROW TRUST AGREEMENT

                         NOTICE OF DEFEASANCE OF BONDS OF
                          THE COUNTY OF MADISON, ILLINOIS

Re:        Notice of Defeasance of General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue
           Source), Series 2002 of the County of Madison, Illinois

Ladies and Gentlemen:

        This is to advise you with respect to the $7,445,000 original principal amount of General
Obligation Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2002 (the “Series 2002
Bonds”) of the County of Madison, Illinois (the “County”), that, pursuant to the provisions of the
Resolution adopted by the County Board on February 20, 2002 (the “Resolution”), which
authorized the issuance of the Series 2002 Bonds, payment of the principal of, redemption
premium, if any, and interest due or to become due on the outstanding Series 2002 Bonds, being
those Series 2002 Bonds maturing on April 1, 2006 and thereafter, aggregating the principal
amount of $4,620,000 (the “Defeased Series 2002 Bonds”), at the time and in the manner
stipulated in the Resolution has been provided for by the irrevocable deposit in trust with UMB
Bank, N.A., as escrow agent (the “Escrow Agent”) of cash and United States government
obligations which will mature as to principal and interest in such amounts and at such times as
will provide sufficient moneys to make such payments and, therefore, the Defeased Series 2002
Bonds are deemed to have been paid in accordance with the defeasance provisions of the
Resolution.

        The County has elected to defease and pay and will defease and pay all of the Defeased
Series 2002 Bonds on their respective maturity dates, more particularly described as follows:


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                             Interest                  Principal                     CUSIP
   Maturity                  Rate                       Amount                       Number

     __/__/                  %                                 $


        All of said Defeased Series 2002 Bonds shall be defeased and paid in accordance with the
Resolution on said date and at said place, by payment of the principal thereof together with accrued
interest thereon to the date of maturity.

                                              Very truly yours,

                                              UMB Bank, N.A., as Paying Agent

                                              By


(Add any appropriate tax language regarding submission of certified Taxpayer Identification
Numbers by individual bondholders in order to avoid back-up withholding by the Paying Agent)

                                              ****

 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SETTLEMENT OF A WORKERS' COMPENSATION
                       CLAIM FILE #: 04-025

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

     WHEREAS, these procedures specifically state that any payment in excess of $20,000 shall
be approved by the County Board; and

      WHEREAS, this full and final settlement in the amount of $30,495.50 represents 35% of
the right leg (approximately 60 weeks @ $435.65) and

     WHEREAS, this settlement has been approved by the claimant, by the Risk Manager, by
the Legal Counsel for the Workers' Compensation Program, by the Central Services Committee
and by the Industrial Commission;

      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Madison County Board authorizes the
full and final settlement of File #04-025 in the amount of $30,495.50.

Respectfully submitted by:




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s/ Jack Minner
s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
s/ Larry Trucano
s/ Tom Hoechst
s/ Steve Stobbs
s/ E. Allan Schuler
FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

                                            ****

    Mr. Minner moved, seconded by Mr. Laub, to adopt the six (6) foregoing Resolutions.

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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

    NAYS: None.

     AYES: 29. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the six (6) foregoing Resolutions
duly adopted.

                                      **********

    The following Resolution was submitted and read:

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A LICENSE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY
         OF MADISON AND ELECTION SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE

     WHEREAS, the Madison County Board has the authority to enter into a contract on behalf
of the county as a continuing body , and

    WHEREAS, A U.S. Patent No. US 6,817,516 B2 was issued to Mark Von Nida and
Robert Jennings on November 16, 2004 for a ballot secrecy sleeve, and

     WHEREAS, the inventors as employees of Madison County have agreed to assign
exclusive rights to the patent to the County, and

     WHEREAS, the County Clerk has negotiated a license agreement with Election Systems &
Software Inc., a Delaware Corporation to allow for the manufacture, marketing and distribution
of the product , and

    WHEREAS, Election Systems & Software Inc., a Delaware Corporation agrees to pay the
county a royalty for each ballot secrecy sleeve sold.



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      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County,
Illinois that the above referenced agreement be authorized and approved.

Respectfully Submitted,

s/ Jack Minner
Jack Minner, Chairman

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

s/ Larry Trucano
Larry Trucano

s/ Tom Hoechst
Tom Hoechst

s/ E. Allan Schuler
Allan Schuler

s/ Harry Thurau
Harry Thurau

s/ Stephen Stobbs
Stephen Stobbs

FINANCE & GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

      Mr. Minner moved, seconded by Mr. Laub, to adopt the foregoing Resolution.

      On the question:

       Chairman Dunstan: I am going to speak to this real briefly. Once again this is something
good that is happening in Madison County. Mark Von Nida, our County Clerk, is going to get
up and speak to this. But we have two members from our County that actually came up with a
patent. If you remember one year when we went to our optical voting system, and by the way I
want to mention. You have seen where other parts of the country like in Florida in the election
where they have trouble with the punch cards and things of that nature. Madison County lead the
effort of coming up with a new voting system. We were one of the first counties that had an
optical system. Well the first year that we used that system, the only complaint that we received
were people thought that they votes weren’t secret because you put the ballot in and ran the
ballot off. People were concerned that you would see how they would vote. Well, Mark Von
Nida and his staff came up with a system and actually got a patent on this. They actually have a
patent in the patent office and they have a patent number and everything else. If you remember
when you go in and vote now, you come in and place your ballot in the sleeve and push it and it
goes into the machine and no body see how you vote. What is unique about this is that we are
now contracting with a company which Mark Von Nida will introduce here. Mark Von Nida felt
that he was an employee of Madison County and the other people from his County Clerk’s
Office. They are not going to take any revenue from this system but they have a patent on it and
they are going to sell it to this company. They are going to provide it. Madison County is going


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to receive revenue from something that our employees did. I think this is a tremendous thing that
Mark Von Nida and his employees are doing. It is a great system. I think that everybody uses it
and everybody can vote secretly now in Madison County and somebody from Madison County
designed it.

        Mr. Von Nida: I kind of regret that Bob Jennings is the Chief of Election in Madison
County and he has worked for us for almost thirty years and he is going to retire next year. So he
will be sorely missed because he is the best in this entire state and he is one of the best in the
country and he makes me look good. No doubt about it he makes me look good. But I will say
this, it was a collaborate effort in coming together with a design for this and I have to admit after
the first election when we used it and received a lot of good feed back from it, that visions of
sugar plums were dancing in our head. We were counting our money. But then after a couple
days of sober reflection we came to the idea that you know, really if we worked for Boeing and
invented something for Boeing, that it would belong to Boeing. So that was when we both
agreed that this should go to the county. It was actually back in 2001 that I went out to Omaha,
Nebraska to talk to the company that provided our equipment. They did agree and we have an
agreement with them but then in the long years of the actual patent getting through the whole
process and coming into play. That is the great thing about it. Bob Jennings and I have our
name among the halls of inventors. We are up there with the other six million patents with our
name on it which is payment. We have assigned the rights to the County of Madison. We have a
formal agreement that we are prepared to execute with the company, Election Systems and
Software which is the largest election company in the world. With us today is Dan McGinnis.
He is the Vice-President of Sale from the Chicago office for Election Systems and Software. He
is just going to introduce himself and say hello.

       Mr. McGinnis: Well, we are real happy that we were able to work out this agreement.
First of all I want to thank the County Board for approving this purchase back in 2000. I think
that we probably thanked you then but if not we certainly thank you very much for Mark and his
staff for recommending the system which through the County Clerk’s office has been very
successful here in Madison County. The agreement that we put before you for approval I believe
is unique with our company in the country. This is the first time that we have really entered into
a royalty agreement with any county in the United States. So it was through Mark’s efforts and
creativity and certainly Bob Jennings, that we were able to reach this point. We are very happy
about it because any place that the system that you are using now, that we call the M100, any
place that it used in the country it will be used in conjunction with the secrecy sleeve that you
have seen here this evening. So your staff desires a lot of credit. We appreciate all of the
business that you have done with us over the years and hopefully we will spend many more years
together. Thank you.

       Mr. Von Nida: We named this and actually it is in the web-site and the catalog for ES&S,
the Taylor T. The reason that it is named the Taylor T is in honor Bob’s granddaughter. Her
name is Taylor. She was born the same time that this invention was born and as you can see it
looks a lot like a little infant t-shirt. It is a Taylor T. The last thing that I am going to leave you
with, is that you keep in mind, we are only getting a dime a piece for these things, so don’t cut
my budget.




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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

     NAYS: None.

     AYES: 29. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the foregoing Resolution duly
adopted.

                                                **********

    The following Resolution was submitted and read:

  RESOLUTION TO AWARD CONTRACT TO PURCHASE FIFTY (50) MATROX
MILLENIUM 650 DUAL VIDEO CARDS FOR THE 9-1-1 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE
                             SYSTEM
Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

WHEREAS, proposals were received for Fifty (50) Matrox Millenium 650 Dual Video Cards
for the 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System from the following vendors:

      CDW
      10 South Riverside Plaza
      Chicago, IL. 60606 .............................................................................$7,750.00***

      Media Recovery
      3432 McKelvey Rd.
      Bridgeton, MO. 63044 ........................................................................$7,900.00

      Ikon Office Solutions
      16253 Sswigley Ridge Rd. Suite 100
      Chesterfield, MO 63017...................................................................NO BID

      Gov Connection
      746 Milford Rd.
      Merrimack, NH 03054-4631............................................................NO BID

WHEREAS, said proposals were reviewed for compliance to the specifications by the 9-1-1
Emergency Telephone System personnel; and,

WHEREAS, CDW of Chicago, IL met all specifications at a total contract price of Seven
thousand seven hundred fifty dollars ($7,750.00); and,



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WHEREAS, this project will be paid for with FY2005 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System
monies.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison
Illinois, that the County Board Chairman be hereby directed and designated to execute said
contract with CDW of Chicago, IL for the aforementioned Matrox Millenium 650 Dual Video
Card.

Respectfully submitted,
s/ Michael Mitchell                                      s/Jack Minner
Michael Mithchell                                        Jack Minner

s/ William J. Webber                                     s/Michael Holliday, Sr.
William J. Webber                                        Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Jeff Julian                                           s/Larry Trucano
Jeff Julian                                              Larry Trucano

s/ Stephen P. Nonn                                       s/Tom Hoechst
Stephen P. Nonn                                          Tom Hoechst

                                                         s/ Harry Thurau
Kip Pomeroy                                              Harry Thurau

s/ Darren Carlton                                        s/Stephen Stobbs
Darren Carlton                                           Stephen Stobbs

s/ John O. Quigley                                       s/Allan Schuler
John O. Quigley                                          Allan Schuler

 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SYSTEM                                      FINANCE & GOVERNMENT
      OPERATIONS BOARD                                                COMMITTEE

         Mr. Minner moved, seconded by Mr. Laub, to adopt the foregoing Resolution.

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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

         NAYS: None.

     AYES: 29. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the foregoing Resolution duly
adopted.

                                           **********

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



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  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR A TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
   GRANT TO THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC
   OPPORTUNITY FOR PROMOTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DEVELOPING
             LINKAGES BETWEEN BUSINESS AND EDUCATION

     WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has
budgeted resources to assist Local Workforce Investment Boards with technical assistance needs
in accordance with the Workforce Investment Act of 1998; and,

     WHEREAS, the Madison-Bond Workforce Investment Board is working in partnership
with the Mid America Workforce Investment Board to hire a local entity to assist with the
promotion of entrepreneurship, linkages between business and education and other Board
activities that address the current and future needs of a changing workforce; and;

    WHEREAS, the Madison County Employment and Training Department is interested in
preparing an application for technical assistance funds to assist with this regional initiative; and,

     WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity requires
bids prior to the award of technical assistance grants for this application;

     NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County that
the Madison County Employment and Training Department is hereby authorized to solicit bids
and apply for a grant not to exceed $50,000 to the Illinois Department of Commerce and
Economic Opportunity to promote entrepreneurship and the development of partnerships
between business and education.

Respectfully Submitted,

s/ Barbara Overton                                     s/ Jack Minner
Barbara Overton, Chairperson                           Jack Minner, Chairperson

s/ Tom Hoechst                                         s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
Tom Hoechst                                            Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Frank Laub                                          s/ Larry Trucano
Frank Laub                                             Larry Trucano

s/ Gussie Glasper                                      s/ Tom Hoechst
Gussie Glasper                                         Tom Hoechst

s/ Robert Daiber                                       s/ E. Allan Schuler
Robert Daiber                                          Allan Schuler

s/ Judy Kuhn                                           s/ Harry Thurau
Judy Kuhn                                              Harry Thurau

s/ William S. Meyer                                    s/ Stephen A. Stobbs
William S. Meyer                                       Stephen Stobbs
             GRANTS COMMITTEE                                FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT
                                                              OPERATIONS COMMITTEE


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                                               ****

  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR A TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
   GRANT TO THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC
   OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP AN INTERACTIVE WEB-BASED DATABASE TO
          PROMOTE BUSINESS AND EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS

      WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has
budgeted resources to assist Local Workforce Investment Boards with technical assistance needs
in accordance with the Workforce Investment Act of 1998; and,

       WHEREAS, the Madison-Bond Workforce Investment Board is working in partnership
with the Mid America Workforce Investment Board to create an interactive web-based database
to facilitate partnerships between business entities and educational institutions; to create links for
this database; and to provide on-going maintenance for support and enhancement of the
Madison-Bond Workforce Investment Board, Madison County Employment and Training
Department and the Mid America Workforce Investment Board websites; and,

      WHEREAS, the Madison County Employment and Training Department is interested in
preparing an application for technical assistance funds to assist with this regional initiative; and,

      WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity requires
bids prior to the award of technical assistance grants for this application;

      NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County that
the Madison County Employment and Training Department is hereby authorized to solicit bids
and apply for a grant not to exceed $50,000 from the Illinois Department of Commerce and
Economic Opportunity to create and maintain an interactive web-based database to facilitate
partnerships between business and education in the southwestern Illinois region.
Respectfully Submitted,
s/ Barbara Overton                                     s/ Jack Minner
Barbara Overton, Chairperson                           Jack Minner, Chairperson

s/ Tom Hoechst                                         s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
Tom Hoechst                                            Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Frank Laub                                          s/ Larry Trucano
Frank Laub                                             Larry Trucano

s/ Gussie Glasper                                      s/ Tom Hoechst
Gussie Glasper                                         Tom Hoechst

s/ Robert Daiber                                       s/ E. Allan Schuler
Robert Daiber                                          Allan Schuler

s/ Judy Kuhn                                           s/ Harry Thurau
Judy Kuhn                                              Harry Thurau

s/ William S. Meyer                                    s/ Stephen A. Stobbs
William S. Meyer                                       Stephen Stobbs
             GRANTS COMMITTEE                                FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT
                                                              OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
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                                                 ****

  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR A TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
   GRANT TO THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC
    OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP A SURVEY INSTRUMENT TO INVENTORY
  REGIONAL BUSINESSES IN ORDER TO ASSIST WITH CURRENT AND FUTURE
                         WORKFORCE NEEDS

     WHEREAS, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has
budgeted resources to assist Local Workforce Investment Boards with technical assistance needs
in accordance with the Workforce Investment Act of 1998; and,

     WHEREAS, the Madison-Bond Workforce Investment Board is working in partnership
with the Mid America Workforce Investment Board to hire a Masters Program Intern from the
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Marketing Department to create and utilize a survey
instrument to inventory businesses in southwestern Illinois to discover ways in which the
Workforce Investment Boards can assist with current and future workforce needs; and,

    WHEREAS, the Madison County Employment and Training Department is interested in
preparing an application for technical assistance funds to assist with this regional initiative; and,

     NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County that
the Madison County Employment and Training Department is hereby authorized to apply for a
grant not to exceed $25,000 from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic
Opportunity to secure the services of a Marketing Intern to develop a survey instrument to
inventory area businesses in southwestern Illinois.
Respectfully Submitted,
s/ Barbara Overton
Barbara Overton, Chairperson

s/ Tom Hoechst
Tom Hoechst

s/ Frank Laub
Frank Laub

s/ Gussie Glasper
Gussie Glasper

s/ Robert Daiber
Robert Daiber

s/ Judy Kuhn
Judy Kuhn

s/ William S. Meyer
William S. Meyer                             s

             GRANTS COMMITTEE


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                                             ****

    Mrs. Overton moved, seconded by Mr. Hoechst, 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. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

     NAYS: None.

    AYES: 29. NAYS: 0.           Whereupon the Chairman declared the three (3) foregoing
Resolutions duly adopted.

                                       **********

      The following Resolution and Ordinance was submitted and read:

 A RESOLUTION ENACTING AN ORDINANCE TO COLLECT A FEE IN ALL CIVIL
   CASES EARMARKED FOR THE OPERATION OF NEUTRAL SITE CUSTODY
                       EXCHANGE CENTERS

     WHEREAS, in some litigation between parents, the parties have such animosity towards
each other that a civil exchange of their children for visitation purposes is not possible without
rancor or violence, and

     WHEREAS, such incidents lead to increased filings in the Family Division of the Circuit
Court, as well as claims for personal injury and property damage in the Civil Division of the
Circuit Court and criminal complaints in the Criminal Division of the Circuit Court; and

    WHEREAS, a reduction in the filings in the Circuit Court in any one division inures to the
benefit of other divisions of the Circuit Court; and

     WHEREAS, local police departments have often served as custody exchange points, but
providing this service has proven taxing to many of these departments, as keeping officers in the
police station to supervise custody exchanges necessarily results in a reduced police presence on
the streets of Madison County; and

     WHEREAS, establishment of Neutral Site Custody Exchange Centers in Madison County
would provide a controlled environment for the exchange of custody of children in compliance
with court orders and thereby reduce the number of filings aforesaid and would facilitate the
compliance with court-ordered situations involving visitation exchanges; and



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     WHEREAS, the Illinois legislature passed and the Governor signed Public Act 91-811,
which authorizes local county boards to establish by ordinance an additional filing fee of up to
eight dollars ($8) in all civil cases to defray the cost of operating Neutral Site Custody Exchange
Centers; and

     WHEREAS, the Madison County Board hereby finds that it is in the best interests of the
residents of Madison County to establish and authorize the Circuit Clerk to collect an additional
fee of four dollars ($4) per civil filing as authorized by Public Act 91-811 and for the purposes
specified therein.

    THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Madison County Board hereby enacts an
Ordinance establishing an additional filing fee of four dollars ($4) in all civil cases, with the
proceeds collected from said fee to be used as authorized by Public Act 91-811.

                                             2005-06
                                           ORDINANCE

     The Circuit Court Clerk shall charge and collect a fee of four dollars ($4.00) from the
plaintiff at the time of filing of every civil case, and shall charge and collect a fee of four dollars
($4.00) from each defendant at the time of filing an appearance in all civil cases, for purposes of
the Neutral Site Custody Exchange Fund. The fee shall not be charged in any proceeding
commenced by or on behalf of a unit of local government.

     There shall be established a Neutral Site Custody Exchange Fund, and the Circuit Court
Clerk shall, on a monthly basis, remit all fees collected hereunder to the Madison County
Treasurer for deposit into the Neutral Site Custody Exchange Fund.

      The County Board shall make grant disbursements from the Neutral Site Custody Exchange
Fund in accordance with Illinois law. The County Board shall enact rules pertaining to the
operation and standards to be adhered to by any not-for-profit organization that seeks to qualify
for a grant under this Section.

     This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval, and
publication as provided by law. The Circuit Clerk shall commence the charges and collection
October 1, 2005.

      Passed this 17th day of August, 2005, by the County Board of the County of Madison,
Illinois, and deposited and filed in the Office of the County Clerk on that date.

                                               s/ Mark Von Nida__________________
                                               MARK VON NIDA
                                               MADISON COUNTY CLERK

    Signed by the County Board Chairman of the County of Madison, Illinois, this 17th day of
August, 2005.



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                                             s/ Alan J. Dunstan______________________
                                             ALAN J. DUNSTAN, CHAIRMAN
                                             MADISON COUNTY BOARD
ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida_________________
MARK VON NIDA
MADISON COUNTY CLERK

(SEAL)

Respectfully submitted,

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE

    Mr. Stobbs moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to adopt the foregoing Resolution and
Ordinance.

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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

     NAYS: None.

    AYES: 29. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the foregoing Resolution and
Ordinance duly adopted.

                                       **********

     The following Report was received and placed on file:

                         MADISON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
                                  ACTIVITIES REPORT
                                      JULY 2005

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

 TB Clinics Offered                                                   12      14     104        112

 Patients Seen                                                        244    180     1217    1447

 Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Tests Given                                  117     85     546        686



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New Contacts                                                  0       0       15      33

New Reactors                                                  7       3       31      30

New Converters                                                1       0       1       2

Patients Started on Medication                                6       2       25      29

Chest X-rays                                                  14      8       68      66

New Cases of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Disease               1       0       6       6

New Suspects                                                  0       0       8       9

Direct Observation Therapy DOT Home Visits                    45      35     236     282

Home Visits (excluding DOT’s)                                 4       1       29      52

Liver Profiles and Serum Uric Acid ( 3/0 )                    3       1       33      49

Sputums and Urine for Acid-fast Bacilli ( 3/0 )               3       3       31      75
                                                             Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                        IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM                 Month   Month   YTD     YTD

Immunization Clinics Offered                                  11      12     101      99

Patients Seen                                                317     244     1866    2623

DTaP- Diphtheria/Tetanus/acellularPertussis                   65      48     227     323

Meningitis                                                    63      26      89     116

MMR - Measles/Mumps/Rubella                                   39      31     110     167

HIB - Haemophilus Influenza                                   52      27      80     160

Varivax (Chicken Pox)                                         23      20      98     111

TD - Tetanus/Diphtheria                                       46      52     153     220

Hepatitis A                                                   73      75     401     523

Hepatitis B                                                   42      33     339     356

Hepatitis B/HIB                                               20      16     126     143

IPV - Inactivated Polio Vaccine                               55      49     210     300

Prevnar                                                       79      52     154     341

Pediarix                                                      17      0       *       17

Rabies                                                        0       0       0       3

Pneumonia Vaccine - Number given total each month             0       1       14      15

Flu Vaccine - Number given total each month                   0       0      478     953

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



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 Aquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome                                  1       0       6       4

 Brucellosis                                                        0       0       0       0

 Campylobacterosis                                                  3       3       14     11

 Chicken Pox                                                        1       0       46     20

 Chlamydia ( 81 INVESTIGATED)                                       63      71     433     495

 Enteric Escherichia coli infections                                1       1       1       5

 Foodborne or waterborne illness                                    12     167      0      181

 Giardiasis ( 3 INVESTIGATED)                                       3       0       1       9

 Gonorrhea ( 41 INVESTIGATED)                                       34      37     168     240

 Haemophilus influenzae, meningitis/invasive                        1       0       2       1

 Hepatitis A ( 1 INVESTIGATED)                                      0       1       3       1

      Immune Globulin (#of persons treated)                         0       0       2       2

 Hepatitis B ( 7 INVESTIGATED)                                      1       0       2       2

 Hepatitis B/Perinatal Prevention                                   0       0       24      4

 Hepatitis C ( 12 INVESTIGATED)                                     7       6       24     28

      Hepatitis C (number of clients tested)                        1       1       5       5

 Hepatitis, viral, other                                            0       0       0       0

 Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection                       2       2       12     10

 Lyme Disease                                                       1       0       0       1

 Meningitis- aseptic                                                0       0       6       0

 Neisseria meningitidis, meningitis/invasive                        0       0       2       2

 Pertussis ( 1 INVESTIGATED)                                        1       2       3       5

 Salmonella ( 2 INVESTIGATED)                                       2       33      21     54

 Shigella ( 0 INVESTIGATED)                                         0       0       2       1

 Staphylococcus aureus infections/VISA/VRSA                         0       0       0       0

 Streptococcal infections, Group A, invasive                        2       0       4       3

 Streptococcus pneumoniae, invasive disease                         3       5       29     37

 Syphilis ( 7 INVESTIGATED)                                         2       0       8       9

 Number of Home Visits Made ( __3__CD          __10__STD)           13      2       41     49
A:\MONTHACT.RPT/JULYPH.PG2   * NOT REPORTED

                                       PERSONAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                                   Curr.   Prev.   Prev.




                                                            -63-
 LEAD PROGRAM                                                       Month   Month   YTD     YTD

 Reported Blood Lead Levels:
                           Initial Reported Test     Repeat Tests

  0 - 9 Mcg/dl:                      253                     0      253     174     1238    1447

 10 - 14 Mcg/dl:                     0                       0       0       2       21      14

 15 - 19 Mcg/dl:                     0                       0       0       1       7       2

 20 - 39 Mcg/dl:                     0                       0       0       1       2       6

 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       2       8       5

 Blood Lead Level Risk Assessments                                   59      46     140     265

 Blood Lead Level Screens                                            36      21     120     161

 Case Managing                                                       28      29      40      31


                                 GENETICS

 Number of Home Visits Made                                          2       2       16      27

 Number of Newborn Screens Requiring Follow-up                       4       3       14      21

 Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths …. And/or Sudden Infant Death       0       1       5       3


                         COURT ORDERED TESTING

 DNA Blood Tests                                                     0       0      172      0


                             PHYSICAL EXAMS

 Patients Seen                                                       28      0       0       28


                                HIV PROGRAM

 Number of Individual’s Counseled but not tested                     0       0       1       0

 Number of Individual’s Provided Risk Reduction Counseling           22      26      *       82

 Number Tested Anonymously                                           6       16      61      59

 Number Tested Confidentially                                        0       0       0       9
S:\MONTHACT.RPT/JULYPH.PG3   *NOT REPORTED

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




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          Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program
 Case Managing                                                                26      78       207      243
 Clinical Office Visits                                                      25      72        231      267
 Mammograms, Ultra Sound, and/or Breast Related Procedures                    43     175       447      541

 Pap Smears, Colposcopy, and/or Related Procedures                            33      65       217      411

 Number of Home Visits Made                                                   1       0         6        5
 Vision and Hearing Program
 Number of Day Care/Schools Reached                                           0       0         60       57
 Number of Vision Screen’s Performed                                          0       0        2496     2285
 Number of Vision Re-screens                                                  0       0         49       52
 Number of Vision Referrals                                                   0       0         58       63
 Number of Hearing Screens Performed                                          0       0        2516     2288
 Number of Hearing Re-screens                                                 0       0         70       47
 Number of Hearing Referrals                                                  0       0         27       10
 Miscellaneous
 Number of Presentations at: In-services, Workshops, Meetings, Conferences    1       4         18       27

 Number of Participants/Audience                                              4       19       228      320

 Number of Community Events or Health Fairs                                   0       0         6        3

 Number of Media Contacts – Press Releases – PSA’s                            3       0         7        13

 Number of Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Trainings Attended               7       15        54       95

 Number of Phone Consults Logged by Nursing Staff                            1141    1542      5949     9241

 Number of Off-Site Clinics (numbers are included in appropriate program)     2       4         23       33

 Number of Participants (numbers are included in appropriate program)         6       2        100      115

 International Travel Consultation’s                                          10      6         52       34

 Pregnancy Tests for WIC Eligibility                                          1       6         35       32

 Nurse Consults                                                               16      8         73       94
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                               ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
                               FOOD PROGRAM                                  Curr.    Prev.     Prev.    YTD
                                                                             Month    Month     YTD
                                                                              96      135       851      847
 High Priority Inspections
                                                                              59          43    537      532
 Medium Priority Inspections
                                                                              45          63    247      240
 Low Priority Inspections
                                                                              200     241       1635    1619



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         Total Routine Inspections
                                                              29      29     138     145
High Priority Re-Inspections
                                                              7       6       53     46
Medium Priority Re-Inspections
                                                              9       0       19     21
Low Priority Re-Inspection
                                                              45      35     210     212
        Total Re-Inspections
                                                              2       0       22     15
High Priority Assessments
                                                              4       3       19     29
Medium Priority Assessments
                                                              2       0       16     15
Low Priority Assessments
                                                              8       3       57     59
        Total Assessments
                                                              2       2       2       4
Summer Food Program Inspections
                                                              0       0       0       0
Summer Food Program Re-Inspections
                                                              7       5       25     62
Plan Reviews
                                                              2       5       39     47
Pre-Operational Inspection
                                                              1       1       13      5
Foodborne Illness (FBI) Complaints Evaluated/Investigated
                                                              17      16      86     80
Non-FBI Complaints Evaluated/Investigated
                                                              1       9       15     30
FBI & Non-FBI Complaints Rechecked
                                                              12      3       30     53
Consultations/Counseling Provided
                                                              30      71     201     182
Temporary Food Establishments Permits Issued
                                                             119      86     235     230
Temporary Food Establishments Inspected
                                                              0       0       0       0
Number of Compliance Proceedings/Court Hearings
                                                              3       2       2      14
Product Recalls
                                                              0       1       8       4
Fires
                                                              0       0       1       0
Embargoes Placed
                                                              0       1       0       2
Voluntary Closures
                                                              7       9       36     49
Initial Permits Issued
Renewal Permits Issued                                        79     192     748     717

                               ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                             Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                                                             Month   Month   YTD     YTD
                      FOOD PROGRAM, CONTINUED
                                                              8       3       57     59
Priority Audits
                                                              0       1       3       3
Group In-Services
                                                              0       14      70     57
Participants/Audience




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                                                                    0         0       5          1
 Media Contacts

 Clean Hands, Healthy Bodies
                                                                    0         0      23          18
        Schools
                                                                    0         0     1618        1503
        Participants

 Clean Hands, Healthy Kids
                                                                    0         0       4          1
        Daycares
                                                                    0         0     343          50
        Participants
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                               ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
                                                                Curr.   Prev.      Prev.
                                                                Month   Month      YTD          YTD
                             WATER PROGRAM
                                                                  3       5         17          31
 Water Well Permits Issued
                                                                  4       6         16          33
 Water Wells Installed
                                                                  4       6         21          34
 New Water Wells Inspected
                                                                  0       0         1            3
 Consultations/Counseling Provided
                                                                  0       0         3            1
 Loan Request Survey
                                                                  0       0         12           8
 Sealed Water Wells Inspected
                                                                  0       0         10           8
 Water Wells Sealed
                                                                  1       1         1           13
 Non-Community Sampled
                                                                  1       0         1           12
 Non-Community Surveys
                                                                  0       0         0            0
 Source Water Assessments
                                                                  0       0         3            2
 Request for inspection/sampling (Samples Collected)
                                                                  1       1         1            2
 Complaints Received
                                                                 18      17        166          139
 Private Water Wells Sample Analysis
                                                                  0       0         0            1
 Group In-Service
                                                                  0       0         0           500
 Participants/Audience
                                                                  0       0         0            0
 Media Contacts
                                                                  0       0         0            0
 Number of Compliance Proceedings
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                                ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

                         TANNING PROGRAM                      Current   Previous     Previous
                                                              Month      Month        YTD             YTD

Initial Inspections                                             0             1            4           4




                                                       -67-
Renewal Inspections                                 5          0         19       37

Follow-Up Inspections                               0          0          0        8

Consultations                                       1          0          1        1

Complaint Investigations                            0          0          1        0

Complaint Follow-Ups                                0          0          0        0

                VECTOR SURVEILANCE PROGRAM        Current   Previous   Previous
                                                  Month      Month      YTD       YTD

Complaint Investigations                            0          2          8        7

Complaint Re-Inspections                            2          0          2        2

Site Inspections                                    0          2          2        5

Consultations                                       0          0          0        0

Media Contacts                                      0          1          8        3

In-services                                         0          0          1        0

Participants                                        0          0          5        0

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

Routine Inspections                                 0          5         10        9

Follow-Up Inspections                               1          0          2        2

Plan Reviews                                        0          0          0        0

Consultations                                       0          0          0        0

Complaint Investigations                            1          0          1        1

Initial Establishment Permits Issued                1          0          1        1

Renewal Establishment Permits Issued                0          0          6        3

Initial Operator Permits Issued                     1          3          9        7

Renewal Operator Permits Issued                     0          1          0        2

Media Contacts                                      0          0          0        0




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                                   Health Promotion
                                      July 2005
                                                                  Curr.   Prev.   Prev.
                       HEALTH PROMOTIONS                          Month   Month   YTD     YTD

                                                                   24      20     413      644
 Presentations
                                                                   572     339    9816    15299
      Encounters
                                                                   44      45     392      551
 Consultations
                                                                   32      30     182      223
 Meetings
                                                                    0       0      5        5
 Conferences
                                                                    0       2      13      17
 Workshops/Trainings
                                                                    1       4      5        9
 Trainings by Health Department
                                                                   19      181    236      342
      Encounters
                                                                    4       3      23      34
 Press Releases and PSA
                                                                   186      0      0       248
 Radio Commercial Spots/TV spots
                                                                    0       0      6        7
 School Health Fairs
                                                                    0       0     2420    3515
      Encounters
                                                                    2       2      26      16
 Community Events
                                                                   28      450    3195    2130
      Encounters


                                      **********

     The following two (2) Resolutions were submitted and read:

  RESOLUTION TO ADVERTISE FOR SEALED BIDS FOR SUCCESSION VER. 4.0
SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE UPGRADE TO THE CURRENT NORTEL MERIDIAN
 TELEPHONE SWITCH FOR THE MADISON COUNTY INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                          DEPARTMENT

Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

WE, your Information Systems Committee respectfully request permission for Purchasing and
Support Services to advertise for sealed bids for a Succession Ver. 4.0 Software and Hardware
Upgrade to the Current Nortel Meridian Telephone Switch, Including Hardware, Software and
Installation. This system will provide software management of telephone management
functions, while replacing the no longer supported (13 year old) telephone switch operating
system.




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This equipment and installation will be paid for with FY 2005 Information Systems Capital
Outlay Funds.

Respectfully submitted,

s/ Jean Myers
Jean Myers

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

s/ Barbara Overton
Barbara Overton

s/ E. Allan Schuler
Allan Schuler

s/ Joyce Fitzgerald
Joyce Fitzgerald

s/ Christopher Wangard
Christopher Wangard

s/ Stephen Adler
Stephen Adler

INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMITTEE

                                         ****

RESOLUTION TO AWARD CONTRACT TO PURCHASE POWERVAULT 136T TAPE
LIBRARY 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
PowerVault 136T Tape Library; and,

WHEREAS, this Tape Library is available for purchase from Dell under the State of Illinois
Server contract; and,

        Dell
        One Dell Way
        Round Rock, TX 78682 …………………………………………………. $ 22,186.09

WHEREAS, Dell met all specifications at a total contract price of Twenty-two thousand one
hundred eighty-six dollars and nine cents ($22,186.09); and,

WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Information Systems Department for purchase of
said Tape Library under the State of Illinois Server contract pricing; and,


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WHEREAS, total cost for this expenditure will be paid from the FY2005 Information System
Department budget.

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
Dell of
Round Rock, TX for the aforementioned Tape Library.

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                                         s/ Larry Trucano
Barb Overton                                            Larry Trucano

s/ E. Allan Schuler                                     s/ Tom Hoechst
Allan Schuler                                           Tom Hoechst

s/ Joyce Fitzgerald                                     s/ E. Allan Schuler
Joyce Fitzgerald                                        Allan Schuler

s/ Christopher Wangard                                  s/ Harry Thurau
Christopher Wangard                                     Harry Thurau

s/ Stephen Adler                                        s/ Stephen Stobbs
Stephen Adler                                           Stephen Stobbs

INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMMITTEE                                   FINANCE & GOVERNMENT
                                                                OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

                                               ****

       Mrs. Myers moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to adopt the two (2) foregoing
Resolutions.

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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

        NAYS: None.

     AYES: 29. NAYS: 0.              Whereupon the Chairman declared the two (2) foregoing
Resolutions duly adopted.



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                                        **********

     Mr. Daiber moved, seconded by Mr. Laub to approve the Reports and Recommendations of
the Zoning Board of Appeals.

     On the question:

     Mr. Hoechst: On the last one in that packet, 7811. It says that the rezoning was granted
with the stipulation that the applicant follow the approved proposed noise and screening
requirements. Can anybody elaborate on what those requirements were?

     Mr. Daiber: It dealt with the only one that the Zoning Board had held over.

      Mr. Hoechst: It is not in my district but I received numerous telephone calls from people on
this. I was curious on this.

     Mr. Parente: There are some performance standards in the County Zoning Ordinance. It
talks about the type of use that might create a nuisance as related to noise and air pollution. The
Zoning Board was reaffirming those regulations by stating that in the resolution.

MOTION CARRIED.

     The Reports and Recommendations of the Zoning Board of Appeals with regards to the
following eleven (11) Resolutions as adopted by the foregoing motion are as follows:

                                  RESOLUTION – Z05-7828

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

      WHEREAS, on the 26th July, 2005, a public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Ken Linton owner of record, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article 93.025 section C &
G item 1 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to construct a metal pole type
garage and also a Variation to have this garage 10 feet from the rear property line instead of the
required 25 feet. Also a Variation to have a peak height of 21 feet instead of the allowable 18
feet. This is located in an R-2 Single Family Residence District in Collinsville Township. This
is located at 736 Troy Rd. in Collinsville, IL; and,

     Lots 16,17,18 & 19 in block 7 in Wilson Heights, a Subdivision of part of the
     Northeast quarter of Section 18, Township 3 North, Range 7 West, part of the
     Northeast of Section 13 and the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
     Section, Township 3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian, as the
     same appears from plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 14 Page 60, (excepting that
     portion of said Lot taken for Federal Aid Interstate Route #7 by proceedings in the
     United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois, also excepting that
     part of Lot 16, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the



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     Southwesterly corner of said Lot 16; thence North 0 degrees 00 minutes East
     (assumed bearing) along the Westerly line of said Lot 16, a distance of 234.70 feet to
     the Southeasterly right of way line of Troy Road; thence South 17 degrees 16
     minutes East a distance of 217.17 feet to the Southeasterly line of said Lot 16; thence
     South 67 degrees 02 minutes West along said Southeasterly line, a distance of 70.00
     feet to the point of beginning; and also except coal, gas and other mineral rights
     conveyed, excepted or reserved in prior conveyances, in Madison County, Illinois.
     Permanent Parcel No. 13-2-21-13-02-202-006

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison
County Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Ken Linton; be as follows: I. That the
Special Use Permit be granted; II. That the Variation’s be granted; III. That the applicant in this
matter must apply for the necessary building permits; IV. That the applicant in this matter must
comply with all building codes; V. That the use of this metal pole type garage, be used for
personal use and not for living quarter’s or a business; VI. Any violation of any of the terms of
this Special Use Permit could 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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                   s/ Frank Laub
                                   s/ Jack Minner
                                   s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                   s/ Jean Myers
                                   s/ Helen Hawkins
                                   s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                   PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

                                              ****

                                   RESOLUTION – Z05-7825

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

      WHEREAS, on the 26th July, 2005, a public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Leonard Gieseking owner 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 being 3 acres instead of the required 5 acres. This
is located in an Agricultural District in Alhambra Township. This is located at 5707 Dauderman
Rd. in Alhambra, IL; and




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     A Part of the North Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 23, Township 5 North,
     Range 6 West to the Third Principal Meridian, Madison County, Illinois, Described
     as follows.

     Commencing at an Iron Pin at the Southeast Corner of said Half-Quarter; thence
     North 00 Degrees 00 Minutes 08 Seconds East for a distance of 50.00 feet along the
     East Line Therefore to an Iron Pin; Thence South 89 Degrees 44 Minutes 30 seconds
     West for a distance of 25.00 feet to an Iron Pin on the West Line of Dauderman Road
     (County Highway 24) being the point of beginning of the Tract herein described;
     thence South 89 Degrees 44 Minutes 30 Seconds West for a distance of 489.68 feet
     along the North Line of an existing 5 acre tract to the Centerline of a Creek (an Iron
     Pin of the Bank of said Creek Bears North 89 Degrees 44 Minutes 30 Seconds East
     29.12 Feet from said point); Thence North 31 Degrees 06 Minutes 15 Seconds West
     for a distance of 146.01 Feet along said Creek Centerline (an Iron Pin on the Bank of
     said Creek Bears North 53 Degrees 31 Minutes 56 Seconds East 25.00 Feet from said
     point); Thence North 53 degrees 31 Minutes 56 Seconds for a distance of 251.03 feet
     to an Iron Pin; Thence South 89 Degrees 59 Minutes 53 Seconds East for a distance
     of 363.24 feet to an Iron Pin on the West Line of Dauderman Road; Thence South 00
     Degrees 00 Minutes West for a distance of 272.00 feet along said West line to the
     point of beginning situated in Madison County, Illinois. Permanent Parcel No. 07-1-
     11-23-00-000-005.014

     WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Madison
County Zoning Board of Appeals that on the petition of Leonard Gieseking; I. That the Special
Use Permit be granted; II. That the applicant in this matter must apply for the necessary building
permits; III. That the applicant in this matter must comply with all building codes; IV. That the
use of this pole type building, be for personal use and not for a living quarter’s or a business; V.
Any violation of any of the terms of this Special Use Permit could 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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                   s/ Frank Laub
                                   s/ Jack Minner
                                   s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                   s/ Jean Myers
                                   s/ Helen Hawkins
                                   s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                   PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

                                              ****



                                               -74-
                                  RESOLUTION – Z05-7824

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

      WHEREAS, on the 26th July, 2005, a public hearing was held to consider the petition of
David & Sharon Braasch, owners of record, requesting a Variance as per Article 93.167 Section I
of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to construct a detached garage that will be
located in the front yard. This is located in an Agricultural District in Moro Township and is
located at 9164 N. State Route 159 in Dorsey, IL; and,

     A tract of land in the North one-half of the Northwest one-fourth of Section 11,
     Township 6 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian, Madison County,
     Illinois and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the
     North line of Section 11, said point being at the intersection with the East line of State
     Highway 159; thence South along said East line of State Highway 159 a distance of
     398 feet to the point of beginning; thence East with an interior angle of 78 degrees 07
     minutes, a distance of 615 feet to a point; thence North with an interior angle of 101
     degrees 53 minutes, a distance of 398 feet to a point; thence East with an interior angle
     of 101 degrees 53 minutes, a distance of 135 feet to a point; thence South with an
     interior angle of 94 degrees 35 minutes 50 seconds, a distance of 705.47 feet to a
     point; thence West with an interior angle of 85 degrees 24 minutes 10 seconds a
     distance of 500 feet to a point; thence North with an interior angle of 100 degrees 22
     minutes, a distance of 258.63 feet to a point; thence West with an interior angle of 100
     degrees 22 minutes, a distance of 254.52 feet to a point in the East line of State
     Highway 159; thence North and along said East line, a distance of 60.61 feet to the
     point of beginning and containing 5.8971 acres.

      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 and Sharon Braasch; be as
follows: I. That the Variation be granted; II. That the applicant in this matter must apply for the
necessary building permits and comply with the building codes; 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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                   s/ Frank Laub
                                   s/ Jack Minner
                                   s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                   s/ Jean Myers
                                   s/ Helen Hawkins
                                   s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                   PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE


                                               -75-
                                             ****

                                  RESOLUTION – Z05-7826

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

      WHEREAS, on the 26th July, 2005, a public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Dennis and JoAnne Pearson, owners of record, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article
93.025 Section G Item 1 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to construct a pole
barn for personal use only. Also, a variance to allow a cupola to extend to the height, but not to
exceed 20 foot height. This is located in an R-2 Single Family Residential District in Wood
River Township and is located at 237 Norwood Pl. in East Alton, IL; and,

     The East 230 feet of even width of Lot 88 in Northwoods, a subdivision of part of the
     East ½ of the Southwest ¼ of the Southwest ¼ and the West ¼ of the Southeast ¼ of
     Section 15, Township 5 North, range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian,
     according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 21 Page 84, in Madison County,
     Illinois.
     Together with a drainage easement 5 feet in width the center line being 15 feet South
     of the North line of said Lot 88 and running West parallel with the North line from a
     point 230 feet West of the East line said Lot a distance of 130 feet.

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the petition
of Dennis and Joanne Pearson; I. That the Special Use Permit be granted; II. That the applicant
in this matter must apply for the necessary building permits; III. That the applicant in this
matter must comply with all building codes; IV. That the use of this pole type building, be for
personal use and not for a living quarter’s or a business; V. That the Variation be granted; VI.
Any violation of any of the terms of this Special Use Permit could 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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                  s/ Jack Minner
                                  s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                  s/ Jean Myers
                                  s/ Helen Hawkins
                                  s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE



                                              -76-
                                             ****

                                  RESOLUTION – Z05-7835

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

      WHEREAS, on the 28th July, 2005 public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Daniel and Sharon Manns, owners of record and Brian Ragsdale occupant of manufactured
home, requesting a Special Use Permit as per Article 93.023 section D item 21 of the Madison
County Zoning Ordinance, in order to continue the placement of a single wide manufactured
home on this site for the residence of Brian Ragsdale for a period not to exceed five years. This
is located in an Agricultural District in Foster Township. This is located at 7604 Vonnahmen Rd.
Bethalto, Il; and, .

      The undivided one-half interest in and to the Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter
      in Section 33, Township 6 North Range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian, in
      Madison County, Illinois. With privileges of and also subject to restrictions,
      easements, exceptions, covenants, agreements, permits, reservations and all other
      right - of - way grants of record

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the petition
of Daniel and Sharon Manns and Brian Ragsdale; be as follows: I. That this Special Use Permit
is granted for a period not to exceed 5 years; II.. This Special Use Permit is granted for the sole
occupancy of Brian Ragsdale; III. When the need for this Special Use Permit has expired, then
this manufactured home must be removed from the site; IV. Any violation of any of the terms of
this Special Use Permit would 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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                   s/ Frank Laub
                                   s/ Jack Minner
                                   s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                   s/ Jean Myers
                                   s/ Helen Hawkins
                                   s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                   PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

                                             ****




                                               -77-
                                  RESOLUTION – Z05-7831

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

     WHEREAS, on the 28th July, 2005 public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Richard D. Ford, owner of record, requesting a Variation as per Article 93.167 Section I of the
Madison County Zoning Ordinance, in order to Construct a residence that will be 11 feet from
the Northeast corner of property line instead of the required 30 feet and 17 foot 6 inches from the
Southeast corner instead of required 30 feet This is located in an R-3 Single Family Residence
in Moro Township. This is located at 1981 Sextant Dr. Worden, Il; and,

     Lot B1981 in Holiday Shores Subdivision No.10 as recorded in Plat Book 36 Page 78
     of the Recorder's Office of Madison County, Illinois.

     Except coal, gas, and other mineral rights conveyed, excepted or reserved in prior
     conveyances. Situated in the County of Madison, State of Illinois.
     Permanent Parcel No.: 16-2-03-36-02-207-040.

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Petition
of Richard D. Ford; be as follows: I. That the Variation’s be granted; II. That the applicant in
this matter must apply for the necessary building permit; 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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                   s/ Frank Laub
                                   s/ Jack Minner
                                   s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                   s/ Jean Myers
                                   s/ Helen Hawkins
                                   s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                   PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

                                             ****

                                  RESOLUTION – Z05-7836

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




                                               -78-
      WHEREAS, on the 28th July, 2005 public hearing was held to consider the petition of Todd
& Cathy Skogley, owners of record, and Burce & Kathleen Lon, purchasers, requesting an
Amendment to rezone 2.64 acres from an Agricultural District to B-3 Highway Business District.
This is located in Marine Township and is located at 10769 Pocahontas Rd. in Marine, IL; and,

     A tract of land in the Southeast Quarter of Section 9 Township 4 North, Range 6
     West of the Third Principal Meridian, Madison County, Illinois described as follows:

     Commencing at the Southeast corner of the Southeast Quarter of Section 9 Township
     4 North, Range 6 West; thence North 9 degrees 16 minutes 05 seconds West, along
     the South line of said Southeast Quarter, a distance of 330.14 feet; thence North 00
     degrees 02 minutes 34 seconds West a distance of 657.72 feet to the northerly right of
     way line of S.A.R. 6 (Pocahontas Road, 80 feet wide), said point being the Southeast
     corner of a tract of land conveyed in deed recorded in Book 4022 Page 1381 of
     Madison County records: thence continuing North 00 degrees 02 seconds 34 minutes
     seconds West along the East line of said tract, a distance of 572.34 feet to the
     Northeast corner of said tract, said point being on the centerline of Range Road (60
     feet wide); thence North 87 degrees 56 minutes 05 seconds East, along said centerline
     a distance of 214.28 feet; thence South 02 degrees 03 minutes 55 seconds East a
     distance of 52.60 feet; thence North 87 degrees 18 minutes 30 seconds West a
     distance of 110.09 feet; thence South 67 degrees 58 minutes 00 seconds West a
     distance of 41.63 feet; thence South 24 degrees 27 minutes 49 seconds West a
     distance of 49.79 feet; thence South 01 degrees 59 minutes 56 seconds West a
     distance of 92.46; thence South 25 degrees 40 minutes 42 seconds East a distance of
     89.74 feet; thence North 50 degrees 55 minutes 38 seconds East a distance of 134.25
     feet; thence South 27 degrees 01 minutes 18 seconds East a distance of 241.90 feet to
     the Northerly right of way line of S.A.R. 6 (Pocahontas Road, 80 feet wide); thence
     South 62 degrees 30 minutes 51 seconds West, along said Northerly right of way a
     distance of 124.62 feet; thence continuing along said right of way around a curve to
     the left having a radius of 1950.08 feet; chord bearing South 59 degrees 20 minutes
     30 seconds West, an arc distance of 215.94 feet to the point of beginning. Excepting
     there from all oil, gas and minerals in and under or that may be produced, with the
     right to mine and remove the same with the right of lay pipes, store and transport said
     products. Situated in the County of Madison and the State of Illinois.

     PPN; 06-1-17-09-00-000-014.001

     WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Petition
of Todd and Cathy Skogley and Bruce and Kathleen Lon; 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.




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                                  s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                  s/ Jack Minner
                                  s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                  s/ Jean Myers
                                  s/ Helen Hawkins
                                  s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

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                                 RESOLUTION – Z05-7833

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

      WHEREAS, on the 28th July, 2005 public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Jerome & Karen Kuhl, owners of record, requesting an Amendment to rezone 3.93 acres from an
Agricultural District to a B-4 Wholesale Business District and also a Special Use Permit as per
Article 93.032 Section D Item 3 of the Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to live in the
existing dwelling. This is located in Helvetia Township and is located at 12053 Highland Rd. in
Highland, IL

     A part of the South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 6 Township 3 North
     Range 5 West of the Third Principal Meridian, described as follows;

     Commencing at a point on the North right of way line of Old U.S. Route b40 (S.B.I.
     Route 11) said point being 572.8 feet East of the West line of said Section 6 as
     measured along said North right way line and from this point running thence North
     472.0 feet to the South right way line of the Penn-Central Railroad; thence
     Northeasterly along said line a distance of 353.3 feet; thence South 588.0 feet to the
     North right of way line of Old U.S. Route 40; thence Westerly 336.0 feet to the point
     of beginning and containing 4.0 acres; in Madison County, Illinois. Identical 2869
     453

     PPN: 01-1-24-06-00-000-017.001

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the
Petition of Jerome and Karen Kuhl; 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.




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                                  s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                  s/ Jack Minner
                                  s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                  s/ Jean Myers
                                  s/ Helen Hawkins
                                  s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

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                                  RESOLUTION – Z05-7832

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

      WHEREAS, on the 2nd August, 2005 public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Ralph Ferguson III, owner of record, requesting a Variance as per Article 93.167 Section I of the
Madison County Zoning Ordinance in order to construct a detached garage that will be 22 feet in
height instead of the allowable 18 feet. This is located in an R-2 Single Family Residence
District in Collinsville Township and is located at 6009 State Route 162 in Glen Carbon, IL; and,

     A tract of land in the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 3,
     Township 3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian, Madison County,
     Illinois more fully described as follows: From the Southwest corner of the
     Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter said section, measure North along the
     West line of said Quarter Section 37.5 feet to a point at the intersection of the West
     line of said Quarter Section and the Northerly right of way line of State Aid Route
     No. 9 which said point is the point of beginning of the tract herein described; thence
     continuing North from said beginning point along the West line of said Quarter
     Quarter Section 660.0 feet; thence North 89 degrees 07 minutes East 660.0n feet;
     thence South and parallel with the West line of said Quarter Quarter Section 661.25
     feet to the Northerly right of way line of said State Aid Route; thence West along
     the said Northerly right of way line 660.0 feet to the point of beginning; ( excepting
     all the coal and minerals underlying all of the above described real estate with the
     right to mine and remove the same; and also excepting that part thereof conveyed to
     Henry Hoopengarner and Mrs. Isabell Hoopengarner, his wife by Warranty Deed
     dated January 20, 1945 and recorded in Book 938 Page 480 said conveyed premises
     being more particularly described as follows: A strip of land 22 feet wide and
     running parallel 70 feet along the Westerly line of the following described tract of
     land; A tract of land in the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section
     3, Township 3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian, Madison
     County, Illinois; more fully described as follows: From the Southwest Corner of the
     Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter said Section measure North along the
     West line of said Quarter Quarter Section 37.5 feet to a point at the intersection of
     the said West line of said Quarter Section and the Northerly right way line of State



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Aid Route No. 9 which said point is the point of beginning of the tract herein
described ; thence continuing North from said beginning point along the West line
of said Quarter Quarter Section 660.0 feet; thence North 89 degrees 07 minutes East
660 feet; thence South and parallel with the West line of said Quarter Quarter
Section 661.25 feet to the Northerly right way line of said State Aid Route 9 thence
West along the said Northerly right way line 660.0 feet to the point of beginning;
and also excepting that part thereof conveyed to Floyd Rabey and Delores Rabey by
Warranty Deed dated July 9, 1958 and recorded in Book 1869 Page 22, said
conveyed premises being more particularly described as follows: A tract of land in
the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 3, Township 3 North,
Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian described as follows: From the
Southwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of said Section
3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian, measure North along the
West line of said Quarter Quarter 107.5 feet to the point of beginning of the tract
herein described; thence continuing North along said West line 589.3 feet to a
point; thence North 89 degrees 08 minutes East 198.0 feet; thence South parallel to
the said West 659.70 feet to a point; thence West along the Northerly right way line
of State Aid Route 9 a distance of 176.0 feet; thence North 70.0 feet; thence West
22.0 feet to the point of beginning, excepting a strip 10 feet wide by 176 feet long
on the South end of said tract which is dedicated for roadway purposed, and also
excepting that part thereof conveyed to Herman L. Beard and Essie D. Beard, his
wife by Warranty Deed dated October 16, 1962 and recorded October 26, 1962 in
Book 2179 Page 187, said conveyed premises being more particularly described as
follows: A tract of land in the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of
Section 3, Township 3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian,
Madison County, Illinois more fully described as follows: Beginning at a point
696.8 feet North and 198 feet East of the Southwest corner of the Southwest
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 3, thence South parallel to the West
line of said Section for 330.0 feet, thence East measuring an interior angle of 89
degrees 08 minutes to the previous course for 264.0 feet, thence South parallel to
the West line of said Section for 329.7 feet more or less to the North right way line
of State Aid Route No. 9, thence Eat along said right way line for 198.0 feet to the
East line of a tract of land conveyed to Edwin Briggs by deed recorded in Book 840
on Page 214 in the Recorder's Office of Madison County, thence North along said
East line 661.25 feet more or less to the Northwest corner of said Edwin Briggs
Tract, thence West along the North line of said Edwin Briggs Tract for 462.0 feet to
the point of beginning and also excepting that part thereof conveyed to Arthur F.
Shinkard and Paulina K. Shinkard husband and wife by Warranty Deed dated
January 25, 1978 and recorded January 30, 1979 in Book 3121 Page 1303, said
conveyed premises being more particularly described as follows: A tract of land
being a part of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 3 in
Township 3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian in Madison
county, Illinois described as follows: Commencing at the Southwest corner of said
Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 3; thence North along the
West line of said Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 3 a
distance of 37.5 feet to a point on the existing North right way line of Illinois Route



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     162 (Buck Road); thence East along said right of way line 198 feet to an iron pipe;
     thence North along a line 198 feet East of and parallel with said West line 226.45
     feet to an iron pipe, said point being the point of beginning; thence continuing
     North along the last described line 103.25 feet to an iron pipe; thence East along a
     line that makes a counter clockwise angle of 90 degrees 52 minutes with the last
     described line 264 feet to an iron pipe; thence South along a line parallel with said
     West line 103.25 feet to an iron pipe; thence West 264 feet to the point of
     beginning, in Madison County, Illinois. Easement for the benefit of Parcel 1 for
     ingress and egress over a strip of land 20 feet in width off the West side of the
     following described tract of land; beginning at a point 696.8 feet North and 198
     feet East of the Southwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest
     Quarter of Section 3, Township 3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal
     Meridian, Madison county, Illinois; thence South parallel to the West line of said
     Section for 330.0 feet to the point of beginning; thence East measuring an interior
     angle of 89 degrees 08 minutes to the previous course for 264.0 feet; thence South
     parallel to the West line of said Section for 329.7 feet more or less to the North
     right way line of State aid Route 9; thence West along said right way line for 264.0
     feet; thence North parallel to the West line of said Section for 329.7 feet more or
     less to the point of beginning; excepting therefrom that part described as Parcel 1
     above, in Madison county, Illinois. Permanent Parcel No. 13-1-21-03-01-101-005

      WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Petition
of Ralph Ferguson III; be as follows: I. That the Variation be granted; II. That the applicant in
this matter must apply for the necessary building permits and comply with the building code;
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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                  s/ Jack Minner
                                  s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                  s/ Jean Myers
                                  s/ Helen Hawkins
                                  s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

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                                 RESOLUTION – Z05-7834

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


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      WHEREAS, on the 2nd August, 2005 public hearing was held to consider the petition of
Louis Ferrone, owner of record, requesting an Amendment to rezone 2.02 acres from
Agricultural District to a B-3 Highway Business District. Also, a Special Use Permit as per
Article 93.031 Section D Item 5 in order to live in the existing home. This is located in Jarvis
Township and is located at 7570 W Kirsch Rd. in Troy, IL; and,

     Part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 19, Township 3 North 3 North, Range 7
     West of the Third Principal Meridian, more particularly described as follows:

     Commencing at an iron pin set at the Northeast corner of the Southeast Quarter of
     said Section 19; thence North 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West and along the
     North line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 19 a distance of 160.00 feet to
     an iron pin, the point of beginning of the tract herein described; thence South 00
     degrees 22 minutes 20 seconds West and parallel to the East line of the Southeast
     Quarter of said Section 19 a distance of 400.00 feet to an iron pin; thence North 90
     degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West and parallel to the North line of the Southeast
     Quarter of said Section 19 a distance of 220.00 feet to an iron pin set at the
     Southeast corner of an existing 2.02 acre tract of land, thence North 00 degrees 22
     minutes 20 seconds East and along the East line of said tract of land a distance of
     400.00 feet to an iron pin set on the North line of the Southeast Quarter of said
     Section 19, thence South 90 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East and along the
     North line of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 19 a distance of 220.0 feet to the
     point of beginning, containing 2.02 acres. Subject to the right of ingress and egress
     over that part of the above described tract lying within the right way of Kirsch Road
     running along the North side thereof. This legal corrects that previously recorded at
     Book 2413 Page 603 and Book 2413 Page 605. PIN: 09-2-22-19-22-000-004

     WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Petition
of Louis Ferrone; 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/ Robert A. Daiber
                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                  s/ Jack Minner
                                  s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                  s/ Jean Myers
                                  s/ Helen Hawkins
                                  s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

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                                   RESOLUTION – Z05-7811

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

     WHEREAS, on the 16th day of June, 2005 public hearing was held to consider the petition
of Walter S. Harris, owner of record, requesting an Amendment to rezone a tract of land being
300x317.4 from R-2 Single Family Residence District to a B-1 Limited Business District to
have Art Studio . This is located in Foster Township. This is located at 3900 Seminary Rd,
Alton, Il. 62002; and,

      The most southerly 300 feet of a tract of land conveyed to Walter Harris by Quit
      Claim Deed recorded April 21, 1999 in Book 4323 Page 0827 as R&R 2471-0210
      more particularly described as follows:

      The East three-thirteenths of Tract 2 in J.W. Olmstead's Subdivision of the
      Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 31, Township 6 North, Range
      9 West of the Third Principal Meridian, in Madison County, Illinois, as said
      Subdivision is laid out, platted and recorded in Plat Book 11 Page 33 and more
      particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at an iron pipe set at the
      intersection of the line dividing tracts 1 and 2 in said Subdivision with the West line
      of the public road running North and South along the East line of said Southwest
      Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; thence West along said line so dividing said Tracts
      1 and 2 a distance of 318.1 feet to a point; thence South on a line parallel with the
      West line of said public road, a distance of 416 feet, more or less, to the line dividing
      tracts 2 and 3 in said Olmstead's Subdivision; thence East along and with said line so
      dividing Tracts 2 and 3 a distance of 317.9 feet, more or less, to the said West line of
      said Public Road; thence North along and with the said West line of said public road,
      a distance of 416.5 feet to the place of beginning (excepting there from a certain
      parcel of land which was transferred by Warranty Deed on July 29, 1976, which
      deed was filed of record with the Madison County Recorder of Deeds Office in Book
      3035 at Page 16 on July 29, 1976 said parcel being a portion of the above described
      property and more particularly described as follows: A part of the Northeast Quarter
      of Section 31 Township 6 North, Range 9 West of the Third Principal Meridian.
      The land herein conveyed being described as follows: All that part of the above-
      described land lying with in the limits of the right of way for a highway known as
      Section 70-00125-00-RR County Highway 17 (locally known as Seminary Road) as
      said highway is located, containing 0.04 acres more or less exclusive of the right-of-
      way of the existing highway), in Madison County, Illinois.

     WHEREAS, it was the recommendation in the aforesaid Report of Findings of the Petition
of Walter S. Harris; be as follows: This rezoning is granted with the stipulation that the applicant
follow the approved proposed noise and screening requirements; 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.



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

                                  s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                  s/ Jack Minner
                                  s/ Michelle Ruppert
                                  s/ Jean Myers
                                  s/ Helen Hawkins
                                  s/ William S. Meyer
August 17, 2005                  PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

                                       **********

    Mr. Daiber: Members of the Board, placed in your mailbox tomorrow will be the minutes
from the public hearings that were held in regard to school impact fees. The Planning and
Development Committee will take that discussion up at the September meeting.

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     The following two (2) Resolutions were submitted and read:

                                         August 17, 2005

MR. CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE MADISON COUNTY BOARD:

      We, your Public Safety Committee herewith submit the following report for the period ending
July 31, 2005:

     Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) to cover One (1) Amusement Licenses.
     One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00) to cover Three (3) Mobile Home Licenses.

                                    All OF WHICH IS RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED,

                                   ___________________________________________
                                   ___________________________________________
                                   ___________________________________________
                                   ___________________________________________
                                   ___________________________________________
                                   ___________________________________________
                                   ___________________________________________
                                          PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE


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     The following Resolution was submitted and read:

  RESOLUTION TO AWARD CONTRACT TO PURCHASE FORTY (40) GENERAL
   CAGE MODEL 530 PLUS TRAYS AND TRIM FOR THE ANIMAL CONTROL
                          DEPARTMENT

Mr. Chairman and Members of the County Board:

WHEREAS, proposals were received for Forty (40) General Cage Model 530 plus trays and
trim for
the Animal Control Department from the following vendors:
       Valley Vet Supply
       1118 Pony Express Hwy P.O. Box 504
       Maryville, KS. 66508................................................................................$8,465.00***

       Dressler’s Dog Supply
       1708 Steele Rd
       Kansas City, KS. 66106 ............................................................................$8,591.00

       Animal Care Equipment Services
       4920 Fox St. Rm. F
       Denver, CO. 80216 ...................................................................................$9,021.95

       LDC Professional Pet Products
       S52W24082 Glendale Rd.
       Waukesha, WI. 53189.............................................................................$10,397.50

       Jeffers
       P.O. Box 100
       Dothan, AL. 36302 .................................................................................$11,110.20
WHEREAS, said proposals were reviewed for compliance to the specifications by the Animal
Control Department personnel; and,
WHEREAS, Valley Vet Supply of Maryville, KS. met all specifications at a total contract price
of Eight thousand four hundred sixty five dollars ($8,465.00); and,
WHEREAS, this project will be paid for with FY2005 Animal Control Department monies.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of the County of Madison
Illinois, that the County Board Chairman be hereby directed and designated to execute said
contract with Valley Vet Supply of Maryville, KS. for the aforementioned General Cage Model
530 plus trays and trim.



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Respectfully submitted,
s/ Sue Brown                                            s /Jack Minner
Sue Brown                                               Jack Minner

s/ Gussie Glasper                                       s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
Gussie Glasper                                          Michael Holliday, Sr.

s/ Bob Shipley                                          s/ Larry Trucano
Bob Shipley                                             Larry Trucano

s/ Tom Hoechst                                          s/ Tom Hoechst
Tom Hoechst                                             Tom Hoechst

s/ Harry Thurau                                         s/ Harry Thurau
Harry Thurau                                            Harry Thurau

s/ Hal Patton                                           s/ Stephen Stobbs
Hal Patton                                              Stephen Stobbs

s/ Stephen Adler                                        s/ E. Allan Schuler
Stephen Adler                                           Allan Schuler

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE                                         FINANCE & GOVERNMENT
                                                                OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

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       Ms. Brown moved, seconded by Mr. Prehn, to adopt the two (2) foregoing Resolutions.

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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

       NAYS: None.

    AYES: 29. NAYS: 0.              Whereupon the Chairman declared the two (2) foregoing
Resolutions duly adopted.

                                         **********

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

08-05-001                             RESOLUTION                                   0119-0731773

     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:

     ZEPHYR RIDGE LOT 826 50/295X IRR

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 19-2 08-03 02-209-025

As described in certificate(s): 0119-0731773 Sold on December 10, 2002

Commonly known as: EAST DR, COTTAGE HILLS IL

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, JIMMY ORTIZ, has paid $921.44 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $406.36 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 $25.75 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 $921.44.

     THEREFORE 'lour 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 $406.36 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 August, 2005.

s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                    08-05-001

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08-05-002                            RESOLUTION                                  0119-0731791

     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:

     ZEPHYR RIDGE             LOT825 5OX286X IRR

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 19-2-08-03-02-209-026

As described in certificate(s), 0119-0731781 Sold on December 10, 2002

Commonly known as: EAST DR, COTTAGE HILLS IL

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 JIMMY ORTIZ, has paid $911.09 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $399.44 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 $25.75 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 $911.09.

     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 $399.44 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:




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s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                        08-05-002

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08-05-003                            RESOLUTION                                  0119-0731790

     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:

     ZEPHYR RIDGE LOT 824 5OX28OX IRR

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 19-2-08-03-02-209-027

As described in certificates: 0119-0731790 Sold on December 10, 2002

Commonly known as: EAST DR, COTTAGE HILLS IL

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 JIMMY ORTIZ, has paid $980.81 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $446.21 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 received $25.75 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 $1780.81.

     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 $446.21 to be
paid to the Treasurer of Madison County Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This




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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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                            s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                       CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                      08-05-003

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08-05-004                           RESOLUTION                                 0119-0731803

     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

    ZEPHYR RIDGE LOT82:3 50X266X IRR

    PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER. 119-2-08-03-02-209-028

As described in certificates. 0119-0731803 Sold on December 10, 2002

Commonly known as: EAST DR, COTTAGE HILLS IL

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, JIMMY ORTIZ, has paid $985.23 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $446.21 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 $30.17 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 $985.23.

     THEREFORE, Your Property Trustee 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 $446.21 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                        08-05-004

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08-05-005                            RESOLUTION                                  0121-0912352

     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 200/21 170, and

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

     WEST MADISON ADD LOT29 & 30 50 X 13S

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 21-2-19-26-16-404-003

As described in certificate(s). 0121-0912352 Sold on December 10, 2002

Commonly known as: WEAVER AVE, MADISON IL

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, QUAASSIM ALJEBURI, has paid $18,112,32 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee
and at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $12,124.95 as a
return for its Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $10.00 for cancellation



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of Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive $27.96 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 $18,112.32.

     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 $12,124.95 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                        08-05-005

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08-05-006                            RESOLUTION                                  0122-0943339

     WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes
and to perfect titles to teal 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:

     MORRISS SUBD ADD TO BLK 1 LOT 14 & W 6 FT LOT 15 66X125

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER. 22-2-19-24-05-105-028

As described in certificate(s): 0122-0943339 Sold on December 11, 2002
Commonly known as: 900 NIEDRING HAUS AVE, GRANIT

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.



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     WHEREAS, ABDUL ABED, has paid $1,871.49 for the full amount of taxes involved and
a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee and at the
same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $1,056.36 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 $21.33 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 $1,871.45.

     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 $1,056.36 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                        08-05-006

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08-05-007                            RESOLUTION                                  0122-0943347

     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 200/2 1- 90, and

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

     MORRISS SUBD ADD TO BLK 1 LOT PT 15 EXC E 24 FT & W 6 F T 20x125

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-24-05-106-029

As described in certificate(s): 0122-0943347 Sold on December 11, 2002



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Commonly known as 906 NIEDRINGHAUS AVE, GRANIT

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 format
interest in said property.

     WHEREAS, ABDUL ABED, has paid $982.55 for the full amount of taxes involved and a
request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee and at the same
time it having been determined that the County shall receive $450.10 as a return for its
Certificate(s) of Purchase. The County Clark shall receive $10.00 for cancellation of
Certificate(s), the Tax Liquidation Fund shall receive $25.75 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 $982.55.

     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 $450.10 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                        08-05-007

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08-05-008                            RESOLUTION                                  0122-0944211

     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 200/121-90, and

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



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     ORIGINAL PLAT OF GRANITE CITY LOT 8 50X125

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 22-2-19-24-08-201-017

As described in certificate(s): 0122-0944211 Sold on December 11, 2002

Commonly known as: 1931 BENTON ST, GRANITE CITY

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, JIMMY ORTIZ, has paid $1,030.12 for the full amount of taxes involved and
a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee and at the
same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $476.03 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 received $34.82 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 $1,030.12.

     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 $476.03 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                              s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                         CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                         08-05-008

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08-05-009                            RESOLUTION                                  0123-1145813

     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 200/121 90, and

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

     SALU ADD LOT PT 7 41.9X66

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 23-2-08-06-18-302-004.

As described in certificate(s). 0123-1145813 Sold on December 11, 2002

Commonly known as: 2504 SALU AVE, ALTON IL

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, WENDY RENEE BUNKER, has paid $595.73 for the full amount of taxes
involved and a request for reconveyance has been presented to the Property Trustee Committee
and at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $205.09 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 received for cancellation $34.59 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 $595.73.

     THEREFORE, Your Property Trustee Committee recommends the adoption of the
following resolution:

        BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS,
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 $205.09 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:




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s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                        08-05-009

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08-05-010                            RESOLUTION                                       S0901091

     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 TWP

PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER. 22-2-20-17-18-304-026
.
As described in certificate(s). 9722-094338 sold December 1998

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.

     WHEREAS, DONALD M & ELSIE L CLARK, has bid $424.00 for the County's interest,
such bid having been presented to the Property Trustee Committee 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 $104.35 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 $30.65 to reimburse the revolving Account the charges advanced
from this account, the Auctioneer shall receive $4.00 for his services and the Recorder of Deeds
shall receive $35.00 for recording, the remainder being the monies due the Agent under his
contract for services. The total paid by Purchaser is $424.00

     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 $104.35 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 August, 2005.

ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                             s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                        CHAIRMAN

SALE TO NEW OWNER                                                                   08-05-010

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08-05-011                            RESOLUTION                                       S2005999

     WHEREAS, The County of Madison has undertaken a program to collect delinquent taxes
and to perfect titles to real property in cases where the taxes on the same have not been paid
pursuant to provisions of the Property Tax Code of 1993 (formerly the Revenue Act of 1939),
and

      WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Madison has acquired ownership of an
oil royalty interest described as follows:


     PERMANENT PARCEL NUMBER: 08-1-31-20-00-000-039

     AS DESCRIBED IN CERTIFICATES(S): 9308-011041

and that said royalty interest has accumulated and paid over oil royalties to date in the amount of
$93.90.; and

     WHEREAS, it appears to the Property Trustee Committee that it would be to the best
interest of the County to accept and receive such royalty payment, and that the County Collector
should receive therefrom the sum of $46.95, and that the Tax Agent should receive therefrom the
sum of $46.95.

     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 County Collector of Madison County, Illinois, be authorized to accept and receive from
the oil royalties paid over to date from the oil royalty interest identified under the Permanent
Parcel Number shown above the sum of $46.95, and that the Tax Agent be authorized to accept
and receive from such royalties the sum of $46.95.

ADOPTED by roll call vote this 17th day of August, 2005.

ATTEST:



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s/ Mark Von Nida                            s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                       CHAIRMAN

RENT                                                                                08-05-11

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08-05-012                           RESOLUTION                                 0021-0923656

     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:

    WILLIAMS SUBD LOT 85 17SX50

PERM PARCEL NO.: 21-2-19-36-16-401-036. Sold on December 5, 2001

Commonly known as: 214 WATSON ST, MADISON IL

and it appearing to the Property Trustee Committee that the redemption/reconveyance party,
BOBBY L & VERILLIAN ERVIN, has defaulted a Time Payment Contract.

     Of the total amount due of $2,273.23, the redemption/reconveyance party has only paid
$500.00. After several attempts to collect the balance, the Property Trustee Committee feels that
,the above mentioned p has defaulted on the contract and the funds collected should be
disbursed.

     THEREFORE, Your Property Trustee Committee recommends the adoption the following
resolution

     BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS,
contract for redemption/reconveyance be disbursed as follows:

$44.02 to be paid to the Tax Liquidation Fund to reimburse the Revolving Account for the
charges advanced from this account, $318.22 is to be paid to the Agent for his services under his
contract and the balance, $137.76, shall 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 August, 2005.




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ATTEST:

s/ Mark Von Nida                              s/ Alan Dunstan
CLERK                                         CHAIRMAN

RECONVEYANCE                                                                       08-05-012

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    Mr. Trucano moved, seconded by Ms. Fitzgerald, 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. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

    NAYS: None.

    AYES: 29. NAYS: 0. Whereupon the Chairman declared the twelve (12) foregoing
Resolutions duly adopted.

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    The following Ordinance was submitted and read:

                                     ORDINANCE
                                       2005-07
                               AMENDING ORDINANCE 96-12

BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED BY THE MADISON COUNTY BOARD as
follows:

   1. Chapter 111, Article 1, Section 3 (User Rates) of Ordinance 96-12 is hereby amended as
      more particularly set out below.

   2. Chapter 111, Article 1, Section 3(a), (b), and (c) of Ordinance 96-12 are hereby repealed.

   3. Hereafter, Chapter III, Article 1, Section 3(a), (b), and (c) shall state:

          a. Residential users shall be charged a fixed rate of twenty dollars ($20.00) per
             month for all single family residences.




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            b. Commercial users, industrial users, mobile home parks, and all multiple family
               dwellings (dwellings containing two or more living units) shall be charged the
               larger of the following:

                     1.   Either sixty dollars ($60.00) per calendar quarter where water
                          consumption or metered sewer usage is equal to or less than 15,405
                          gallons for the quarter or

                     2.   Twenty-four and six/tenths cents ($.246) per 100 gallons for all water
                          consumption or metered sewer usage plus sixteen dollars and sixty-
                          five dollars cents ($16.65) per quarter.

If there is no meter, the fee shall be an agreed amount, and if there is no agreement, the fee shall
be one hundred thirty-five dollars ($135.00) monthly.

            (c)   The user rates for residential, commercial, mobile home parks and industrial
                  users have been established to assure that each recipient of waste treatment
                  services will bear its proportionate share of costs.

   4. No portion of Chapter III, Article I, Section 3 shall be modified except as set forth
      expressly hereinabove. Paragraphs (d) and (e) remain unchanged.

   5. The new rates set forth hereinabove shall be effective for services provided to sewer users
      on or after the 1st day of September, 2005.

   6.     In all other respects Ordinance 96-12 passed September 18, 1996, as amended shall
          be remain in full force and effect including, but not by way of limitation, the
          surcharges established under Ordinance passed September 17, 2003.

     Passed by the Madison County Board this 17th day of August, 2005.

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

Attest:

s/ Mark Von Nida
Mark Von Nida, County Clerk

Recommended by Finance and Government Operation's Committee:

                                              s/ Jack Minner
                                              Chairman




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                                             s/ Michael Holliday, Sr.
                                             s/ Larry Trucano
                                             s/ Tom Hoechst
                                             s/ Stephen Stobbs (PRESENT)

     Mr. Minner moved, seconded by Mr. Holliday, to adopt the foregoing Ordinance.

     On the question:

     Mr. Prehn: What are the rates currently?

     Mr. Burnett: Presently they are $14.80. We are asking for a $5.20 increase to $20.00. We
haven’t had any increase since 1982. We have had significant increases in all our expenses and
revenues just to keep up. We are trying to balance that out.

     Chairman Dunstan: There is also going to be a cut in cost. There are going to be a few lay
offs down there and we are trying to balance everything out.

      Mr. Burnett: The outside auditor has recommended a four step plan, this being one of them
a rate increase. The other three we are in the process of doing also.

     Mr. Prehn: As far as the increase, the increase is equal across the board. There is not a
substantially greater price for business or industry than residence?

     Mr. Burnett: The same percentage will apply to commercial users as the residential users.

     Chairman Dunstan: That is just in the sewer district where this applies. It doesn’t apply any
place else in the County.

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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Hoechst,
Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Patton, Ms. Perjak, Ruebhausen, Ms.
Ruppert, Scheibel, Semanisin, Shipley, Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

     NAYS: Ms. Hawkins, Laub, Ms. Overton, Prehn, and Schuler.

    AYES: 24. NAYS: 5. Whereupon the Chairman declared the foregoing Ordinance duly
adopted.

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




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        REPORT OF BIDS ON POLYMER CORRUGATED STEEL CULVERT PIPE

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

         We, your Transportation Committee, to whom was referred the advertisement for bids for
furnishing Polymer Corrugated Steel Culvert Pipe for use on the County Highways of Madison
County for the period of August 1, 2005 through July 31, 2006, beg leave to report that your
committee advertised for bids for furnishing said culvert pipe on Tuesday, August 09, 2005, at
10:30 a.m. at 7037 Marine Road, Edwardsville, Illinois, at which time the following bids were
compared as a group on one foot of 84” diameter pipe plus equal dollar amounts of the other
sizes, the prices thus bids were as follows:

Contech Construction Products, Inc.
Chesterfield, MO 63006................................................................... $1,873.55

Metal Culverts, Inc.
Jefferson City, MO............................................................................ $1,692.48 *

Thompson Culvert Co.
Hazelwood, MO................................................................................ $1,808.06

        Your Committee recommends that the contract be awarded Metal Culverts, Inc. of
Jefferson City, MO, for furnishing of the required amount of corrugated steel pipe culverts for
use in the maintenance of County Highways of Madison County for the period of August 1, 2005
through July 31, 2006, at their low bid price of $1,692.48, said bid being the lowest received on
said material.

          All of which is respectfully requested.

                                                            s/ Frank Laub
                                                            s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                                            s/ Mark S. Burris
                                                            s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                                            s/ Larry Trucano
                                                            s/ Stephen Stobbs
                                                            s/ Ted Prehn
                                                            TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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                 REPORT OF BIDS ON CORRUGATED STEEL CULVERT PIPE

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board



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Ladies and Gentlemen:

        We, your Transportation Committee, to whom was referred the advertisement for bids for
furnishing Corrugated Steel Culvert Pipe for use on the County Highways of Madison County
for the period of August 1, 2005 through July 31, 2006, beg leave to report that your committee
advertised for bids for furnishing said culvert pipe on Tuesday, August 09, 2005, at 10:30 a.m. at
7037 Marine Road, Edwardsville, Illinois, at which time the following bids were compared as a
group on one foot of 84” diameter pipe plus equal dollar amounts of the other sizes, the prices
thus bids were as follows:

Contech Construction Products, Inc.
Chesterfield, MO 63006................................................................... $1,445.72

Metal Culverts, Inc.
Jefferson City, MO............................................................................ $1,320.85 *

Thompson Culvert Co.
Hazelwood, MO................................................................................ $1,384.25

        Your Committee recommends that the contract be awarded Metal Culverts, Inc. of
Jefferson City, MO, for furnishing of the required amount of corrugated steel pipe culverts for
use in the maintenance of County Highways of Madison County for the period of August 1, 2005
through July 31, 2006, at their low bid price of $1,320.85, said bid being the lowest received on
said material.

          All of which is respectfully requested.

                                                            s/ Frank Laub
                                                            s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                                            s/ Mark S. Burris
                                                            s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                                            s/ Larry Trucano
                                                            s/ Stephen Stobbs
                                                            s/ Ted Prehn
                                                            TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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                                   REPORT OF BIDS ON DE-ICING SALT

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:




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       We your Transportation Committee, beg leave to report that we have received bids from
the following companies for furnishing de-icing salt for maintaining County Highways of
Madison County during the 2005-2006 winter season:

       Group #1:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. City of Edwardsville, IL

              1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
              2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
              3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
              4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
              5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
              6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

       Group #2:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. City of Highland, IL

              1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
              2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
              3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
              4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
              5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
              6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

       Group #3:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. City of Wood River, IL

              1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
              2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
              3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
              4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
              5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
              6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

       Group #4:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. City of Madison, IL

              1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
              2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
              3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
              4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
              5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
              6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *


       Group #5:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. Village of East Alton, IL

              1. Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
              2. Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
              3. International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid



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      4. Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5. Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6. North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #6:       Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. City of Troy, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #7:       Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. Village of Fairmount City, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #8:       Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. Village of Maryville, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #9:       Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. Village of Worden, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #10:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. Village of Roxana, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton



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      5. Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6. North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #11:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. Village of S. Roxana, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #12       Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. Village of Godfrey, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #13:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) F.O.B. City of Granite City, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #14:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Village of Glen Carbon, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.    North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #15:      Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Edwardsville Twp. F.O.B. Glen Carbon, IL

      1.    Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.    Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.    International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.    Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.    Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid



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      6. North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #16:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Collinsville Twp., F.O.B. Collinsville, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #17:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Wood River Twp., F.O. B. Wood River, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #18:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Chouteau Twp., F.O.B. Granite City, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group # 19:   Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Nameoki Twp., F.O.B. Granite City, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group # 20:   Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Helvetia Twp. F.O.B. Highland, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *



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Group #21:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Moro Twp., F.O.B Moro, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #22:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Olive Twp., F.O.B. Livingston, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #23:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Jarvis Twp., F.O.B. Troy, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #24:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Pin Oak Twp., F.O.B. Edwardsville, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #25:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Fort Russell Twp., F.O.B. Moro, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *




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Group #26:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Venice Twp., F.O.B. Venice, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #27:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Hamel Twp., F.O.B. Hamel, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #28:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Foster Twp., F.O.B. Fosterburg, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #29:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) Omphghent Twp., F.O.B. Worden, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Group #30:    Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) County of Madison, F.O.B. Edwardsville, IL

      1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
      2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
      3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
      4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
      5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
      6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *




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       Group #31:       Sodium Chloride (Rock Salt) County of Madison, F.O.B. Marine, IL

               1.   Cargill, Incorporated, Deicing Technology, N. Olmsted, OH----$43.74/Ton
               2.   Morton Salt, Chicago, IL ---------------------------------------------$38.54 /Ton
               3.   International Salt, Clark Summit, PA-------------------------------- No Bid
               4.   Central Salt, Overland Park, KS--------------------------------------$35.94/Ton
               5.   Detroit Salt Co, Detroit, MI--------------------------------------------No Bid
               6.   North American Salt, Overland Park, KS ---------------------------$33.53/Ton *

Your Committee recommends that Groups #1 through #31 be furnished from North American
Salt Company, Overland Park, KS, at their low bid price of $33.53/ton for each group.

    All of which is respectfully submitted.

                                                  s/ Frank Laub
                                                  s/ Ted Prehn
                                                  s/ Mark S. Burris
                                                  s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                                  s/ Larry Trucano
                                                  s/ Stephen Stobbs
                                                  s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                                  TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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REPORT OF BIDS/AWARD CONTRACT OLD TROY ROAD (FALL 8873) VILLAGE
OF GLEN CARBON SECTION 05-00027-00-RP COUNTY OF MADISON SECTION 04-
               00149-73-RP MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

     WE, your Transportation Committee to whom was referred the advertisement for bids to
reconstruct Old Troy Road from just west of Cottonwood Glen Place extending in a southerly
direction a distance of 4241 feet (0.80 miles) to just north of Mont Road, improvement consist of
constructing two (2) 12 foot wide travel lanes and a 12 foot wide bi-directional turning lane,
Portland cement concrete pavement, storm sewer along with other necessary items to complete
this project in accordance to approved plans, beg leave to report that the following bids were
received on August 10, 2005 at 10:30 A. M. at the Office of the County Engineer, 7037 Marine
Road, Edwardsville, IL 62025 at which time the following
bids were received:

       Keller Construction, Inc., Glen Carbon, IL. ......................................$2,086,773.15
       RCS Construction, Inc., Wood River, IL...........................................$2,182,632.66
       Thiems Construction, Edwardsville, IL .............................................$2,181,997.65



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Your Committee recommends that the above project be awarded to Keller Construction, Inc., of
Glen Carbon, Illinois, their bid being the lowest received being below the engineers estimate.

              All of which is respectfully submitted.

                                              s/ Frank Laub
                                              s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                              s/ Mark S. Burris
                                              s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                              s/ Larry Trucano
                                              s/ Stephen Stobbs
                                              s/ Ted Prehn
                                              TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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  RESOLUTION GRANTING THE CITY OF EDWARDSVILLE AN EASEMENT TO
      CONSTRUCT/MAINTAIN UTILITIES ACROSS COUNTY PROPERTY

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

     WHEREAS, the City of Edwardsville is desirous to construct a sanitary sewer line across
land owned by the County of Madison located in the Southwest Quarter of Section 14, Township
4 North, Range 8 West of the Third P. M., parcel ID Number 14-1-15-14-00-000-006; and

    WHEREAS, the County of Madison is the owner of record of this parcel of land; and

    WHEREAS, the County of Madison is in agreement to grant a Utility Easement of
dimensions 202.25 feet by 20.00 feet to the City of Edwardsville for utility purposes.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the County Board of Madison County
does hereby authorize and empower the Chairman of the County Board to execute a Utility
Easement Document granting the City of Edwardsville a Utility Easement being 20.0 feet by
202.25 feet by dimension across Land Parcel #14-1-15-14-00-000-006 owned by the County of
Madison

    All of which is respectfully submitted.




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                                              s/ Frank Laub
                                              s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                              s/ Ted Prehn
                                              s/ Stephen Stobbs
                                              s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                              s/ Larry Trucano
                                              s/ Mark S. Burris
                                              TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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              RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION/GOVERNORS’ PARKWAY

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

     WE, your Transportation Committee beg leave to report that an agreement has been reached
with the following party for the purchase of land for road Right Of Way for the proposed project
known as Governors’ Parkway, Section 00-00149-50-PV:

                             Phil & Tina Schlemer
                             975 Holiday Point Parkway
                             Edwardsville, IL 62025

       0.91 Acres in New R. O. W.                          $40,950.00
       5.676 Acres in Temporary Construction
       Easement for Detour Road                             14,190.00
           Total                                           $55,140.00

     Your Committee recommends that the County Clerk is hereby directed to issue a voucher to
the above named claimant in the amount shown from the County Highway Fund.

    All of which is respectfully submitted.

                                              s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                              s/ Ted Prehn
                                              s/ Stephen Stobbs
                                              s/ Frank Laub
                                              s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                              s/ Larry Trucano
                                              s/ Mark S. Burris
                                              TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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    SALE OF EXCESS LAND ALONG BIRCH DRIVE TO ADJACENT PROPERTY
                              OWNER

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Madison County Board

Ladies and Gentlemen:

     WHEREAS, the County of Madison acquired certain Right-Of-Way for the roadway
improvement known as Birch Drive (CH 19), Section 90-00164-00-FP located in the south half
of Section 30 and the north half of Section 31, Township 5 North, Range 8 West of the third P.
M.; and

    WHEREAS, excess land acquired as Right-Of-Way amounting to 7.089 acres resulted
from the roadway alignment change of a portion of Birch Drive; and

    WHEREAS, the County has no use for said excess Right-Of-Way; and

     WHEREAS, the adjacent property owner being Willaredt Acres, Inc. expressed interest to
purchase this excess Right-Of-Way at the sale price to Madison County from Willaredt Acres,
Inc. being $7,200/acre; and

    WHEREAS, the sale of the land would relieve the County of any liability that may exist.

      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Madison County that
the excess Right-Of-Way along Birch Drive amounting to 7.089 acres be sold to Willaredt Acres,
Inc. at the purchased price of $7,200/acre.

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chairman of the Madison County Board be and
he is hereby authorized to sign necessary conveyance documents in behalf of the County of
Madison.

    All of which is respectfully submitted.

                                              s/ Frank Laub
                                              s/ Robert A. Daiber
                                              s/ Ted Prehn
                                              s/ Stephen Stobbs
                                              s/ M. Joe Semanisin
                                              s/ Larry Trucano
                                              s/ Mark S. Burris
                                              TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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    Mr. Laub moved, seconded by Mr. Burris, to adopt the seven (7) foregoing Resolutions.




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

     AYES: Messers. Adler, Ms. Brown, Burris, Daiber, Ms. Fitzgerald, Ms. Glasper, Ms.
Hawkins, Hoechst, Holliday, Julian, Ms. Kuhn, Laub, Meyer, Minner, Ms. Meyers, Ms. Overton,
Patton, Ms. Perjak, Prehn, Ruebhausen, Ms. Ruppert, Scheibel, Schuler, Semanisin, Shipley,
Stobbs, Thurau, Trucano, and Wangard.

     NAYS: None.

    AYES: 29. NAYS: 0.            Whereupon the Chairman declared the seven (7) foregoing
Resolutions duly adopted.

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     Chairman Dunstan: I just wanted to say that our Chief Justice is here, Judge Ferguson. We
had three other judges here and I was trying to get their attention so that I could introduce them
for being here at this meeting also. It is always good when you see the judiciary attend our
meeting. Thank you for being here today.

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     Ms. Myers: Last Saturday the Goshen Rotary in a cooperative effort with Anderson
Hospital and the Madison County Health Department provided free back to school physicals for
88 children. There were several people in this room that participated and I would just like to say
thank you. It is a great service. The families really benefited a lot by that and without
everyone’s help, the Goshen Rotary could not do that. So thank you.

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     Chairman Dunstan: Once again I want to thank Steve Nonn’s office and the County Clerk’s
office for doing their position. I also want to mention that we do have a charitable thing going
on that I am going to have Michelle Ruppert speak to real fast. I don’t know if there are tickets
available. But I am going to be there and I think that Mr. Faccin said that he will be there. I
think that it is important that as many Board members can attend to show that we will support. I
kind of like to think that this is a family over here and we have some one who has some hard
luck in their family and if we can show a good showing from County Board members I would
appreciate it. Michelle, would you make a statement as far as what is going on?

     Ms. Ruppert: Friends of Jared Gueldner have the final plans together for his benefit
auction/dinner dance which will be September 3 at the Bethalto Knights of Columbus in
Bethalto. As I have heard last, there are about a 1000 tickets already sold, but there are some out
there floating around. It is possible if you would like to have tickets, I could probably get a hold
of some, but I’d have to know right of way. Also, if you have any donation that you would like
to make to the auction, if you could get those to me no later than Friday morning if at all




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possible, they need to get that booklet to the printer. It is just absolutely astounding the over
whelming response they had to this. With the support of everyone here in this building, I think it
will be a wonderful success and big tribute to how we care about our employees here in Madison
County.

     Mr. Prehn: What is that date?

     Ms. Ruppert: September 3rd.

    Mr. Prehn: While you are all on out there, you can come to the homecoming. So you can
come to Bethalto for a couple of reasons. You can come to this event; it is a great cause and
come over to the homecoming in Bethalto.

     Mr. Von Nida: Jared is the son of Kay Gueldner who works in the County Clerk’s Office
and he unfortunately broke his neck in a swimming accident on the fourth of July and he is
rendered paralyzed below his waist. So the family is making some huge adjustments and they
have huge medical expenses. The benefit is very timely for that family. Anything that you can
do to help them would be greatly appreciated.

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    Mr. Holliday moved, seconded by Mr. Laub, to recess this session of the Madison County
Board meeting until Wednesday, September 21, 2005. MOTION CARRIED.

                                       **********

ATTEST:     Mark Von Nida
            County Clerk




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