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DuPage County Board met May 23

By Corazon L. Gonzales | Aug 9, 2017

Meeting 07

DuPage County Board met May 23.

Here is the minutes as provided by the board:

The proceedings of the County Board of DuPage County at a Regular meeting held at the


DuPage Center, 421 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois, on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, at

10:00 A.M.

Meeting called to order with Chairman Cronin presiding.

On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Fichtner, Grant,

Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay were

present. Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call.

Chairman Cronin presented a Proclamation of Commendation for Asian Pacific

American Heritage Month to Bill Liu.

Member Grasso moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that a Proclamation of

Commendation for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month be approved.

Proclamation of Commendation

For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Whereas, May is recognized as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, celebrating

the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United

States; and

Whereas, Asian/Pacific encompasses all of Asia and the Pacific islands of Melanesia,

Micronesia and Polynesia; and

Whereas, the celebration began in June 1977 when Representative Frank Horton of

New York and Norman Mineta of California introduced a House Resolution to proclaim the first

ten days of May as Asian Pacific Heritage week; and

Whereas, the following month, Senators Daniel Inouye and Spark Matsunaga from

Hawaii introduced a similar bill in the Senate; both were passed and in October of 1978

President Jimmy Carter signed a Joint Resolution designating the annual celebration; and

Whereas, in 1990, President George H. W. Bush signed a bill passed by Congress to

extend the week-long celebration to a month-long celebration and the official designation of May

as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month was signed into law in 1992; and

Whereas, the month of May was chosen to commemorate the immigration of the first

Japanese to the United States in May of 1843, and to mark the anniversary of the completion 

the transcontinental railroad in May of 1869; the majority of the workers who laid the tracks

were Chinese immigrants; and

Whereas, DuPage County celebrates and pays tribute to the contributions generations

of Asian/Pacific Americans have made and continue to make to American history, society and

culture, and that make our communities more vibrant, more prosperous and more secure.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that I, Daniel J. Cronin, Chairman of the

DuPage County Board and Members of the County Board, do hereby proclaim May 2017 as

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and celebrate the culture, traditions and history of Asian

Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.

Enacted this 23rd day of May, 2017, in Wheaton, Illinois.

Michael Benard, Executive Director of the Wheaton Park District, presented the DuPage

County Historical Museum annual report.

Carol Simler, Executive Director of DuPage PADS, presented an Annual Homelessness

Snapshot.

Chairman Cronin made the following remarks:

I’m offering a shout out to Economic Development Committee Chair Tonia Khouri this

morning. She has been working closely with our Workforce Development Division as they gear

up to assist Amazon with filling 800 jobs at its new facility in Aurora. We are told the

fulfillment center will be nearly 1 million square feet and will handle the selection, packing and

shipping to customers of small items like books, electronics and consumer goods. A separate

400,000-square-foot building will handle large items like big-screen televisions. The

warehouses are being built along Duke Parkway, west of Route 59 and hiring will take place this

summer. Tonia and our staff at Workforce Development are working hard to make matches

between Amazon and other companies who are looking for workers, and our residents who need

jobs. It’s a great development and proof that DuPage is the place to be for job seekers and

employers.

There’s some important progress to report on the mosquito abatement front. This

summer, residents of Milton Township will be better protected against West Nile Virus thanks to

the collaborative efforts of the township, Wheaton and Glen Ellyn mosquito abatement districts.

During the May meeting of the DuPage County Mosquito Abatement Task Force, the President

of the Wheaton Mosquito Abatement District, Alan Bolds, announced a partnership between the

three entities. The newly-coordinated programs and increased communication will provide

Milton Township residents higher quality services during the upcoming warm-weather months,

resulting in a potential savings of nearly $20,000 per year. A reminder that mosquito

surveillance season is already underway, it began mid-May.

And just a few calendar items to mention here: Bike to Work Day this year is June 13th,

our next County Board Meeting. Each year we invite bicycle clubs, County workers and others

to join me and County Board members to bike from the Elmhurst Prairie Path Gazebo at Spring

Road, all the way out here to the County Administration Building. Its fun and a great way to

enjoy our lovely trail system in DuPage.

Please also mark your calendar and join us for golf and/or dinner to support the Ken Moy

DuPage Care Center June 20th at the Prairie Landing Golf Club in West Chicago. Tickets and

information available at DPCCFoundation.org.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that the Consent Calendar be

approved. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Fichtner,

Grant, Grasso, Khouri, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.”

Members Elliott, Healy and Krajewski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Curran moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #CB-R-0278-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay

voted “aye.” Members Elliott and Krajewski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion

carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

CB-R-0278-17

Appointment of Amy S. Kovacevic

To The Downers Grove Sanitary District

Whereas, Daniel J. Cronin has submitted to the County Board his appointment of

Amy S. Kovacevic to be a Trustee of the Downers Grove Sanitary District; and

Whereas, such appointment requires the advice and consent of the County Board

under 70 ILCS 2805/3, as amended.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the County

Board does hereby advise and consent to the appointment of Amy S. Kovacevic to be a Trustee

of the Downers Grove Sanitary District for a three year term to commence on June 1, 2017 and

expire on May 31, 2020; and

Be it Further Resolved that the “Notice of Appointment” be attached hereunto

and made a part of this Resolution; and

Be it Further Resolved that the County Clerk transmit certified copies of this

Resolution to: Amy S. Kovacevic and Michael C. Wiedel, Attorney, 4915 Main Street, Downers

Grove, Illinois 60515.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Curran moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #CB-R-0279-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay

voted “aye.” Members Elliott and Krajewski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion

carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

CB-R-0279-17

Appointment of William A. Kindorf

To The Wheaton Sanitary District

Whereas, Daniel J. Cronin has submitted to the County Board his appointment of

William A. Kindorf as a Trustee of the Wheaton Sanitary District; and

Whereas, such appointment requires the advice and consent of the County Board

under 70 ILCS 2405/3, as amended.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the County

Board does hereby advise and consent to the appointment of William A. Kindorf as a Trustee of

the Wheaton Sanitary District for a term expiring May 1, 2020; and

Be it Further Resolved that the “Notice of Appointment” be attached hereunto

and made a part of this Resolution; and

Be it Further Resolved that the County Clerk transmit certified copies of this

Resolution to: William A. Kindorf and Roger Ritzman, Peregrine, Stime, Newman, Ritzman &

Bruckner, 221 East Illinois Street, Wheaton, Illinois 60187.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Curran moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #CB-R-0280-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay

voted “aye.” Members Elliott and Krajewski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion

carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

CB-R-0280-17

Appointment of Anthony P. Gagliardi

 To The West Chicago Fire Protection District

Whereas, Daniel J. Cronin has submitted to the County Board his appointment of

Anthony P. Gagliardi to be a Trustee of the West Chicago Fire Protection District; and

Whereas, such appointment requires the advice and consent of the County Board

under 70 ILCS 705/4, as amended.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the County

Board does hereby advise and consent to the appointment of Anthony P. Gagliardi to be a

Trustee of the West Chicago Fire Protection District to fill the remainder of an unexpired term

ending April 30, 2018; and

Be it Further Resolved that the “Notice of Appointment” be attached hereunto

and made a part of this Resolution; and

Be it Further Resolved that the County Clerk transmit certified copies of this

Resolution to: Anthony P. Gagliardi and Attorney Karl Ottosen, Ottosen, Britz, Kelly, Cooper &

Gilbert, 1804 North Naper Boulevard, #350, Naperville, Illinois 60563.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner stated that Video gaming came up at the Finance Committee. The

consensus was to discuss it at the June 13th meeting at 7:00 a.m.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #FI-R-0277-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FI-R-0277-17

Budget Transfers-Various Companies and

Accounting Units Fiscal Year 2017

Whereas, it appears that certain appropriations for various County companies and

accounting units are insufficient to cover necessary expenditures for the balance of the 2017

fiscal year; and

Whereas, it appears that there are other appropriations within these companies and

accounting units from which transfers can be made at the present time to meet the need for funds.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached

transfers be made within the indicated companies and accounting units.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #FI-R-0281-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FI-R-0281-17

Placing Names on Payroll

Whereas, the DuPage County Board heretofore adopted a position classification and

Pay Plan for all County employees.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that the names as specified below be placed on

the regular or temporary payroll at the salaries, classifications, and with the effective date as

more particularly set forth below:

Corporate Fund

Replacements

Facilities Management 1000-1100

Effective May 24, 2017

Dexter Manahan, Housekeeper I

Class 4210, Range 106 at $22,722 per year

Information Technology 1000-1110

Effective May 24, 2017

Jiawei Ni, Programmer Analyst

Class 1433, Range 211 at $62,000 per year

Sheriff 1000-4410

Effective May 8, 2017

Jerusha Belt, Deputy Sheriff

Class 2233, Range 411 at $49,900 per year

Effective May 8, 2017

Thomas Dodd, Deputy Sheriff

Class 2233, Range 411 at $49,900 per year

Effective May 8, 2017

Keith Green, Deputy Sheriff

Class 2233, Range 411 at $49,900 per year

Replacements

Effective May 8, 2017

Paul Zaccone Sr., Deputy Sheriff

Class 2233, Range 411 at $49,900 per year

Temporary

County Board 1000-1001

Effective May 24, 2017

Jennifer Deegan, Intern

Class 9170 at $10.00 per hour

Facilities Management 1000-1100

Effective May 30, 2017

Logan Underwood, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.00 per hour

Non-Corporate Fund

Replacements

Community Services 5000-1720

Effective May 24, 2017

Lauren Fodor, Case Manager

Class 1931, Range 110 at $20.00 per hour

CONVALESCENT CENTER 1200-2025

Effective May 15, 2017

Denn Baisa, Dining Services Worker

Class 4237, Range 106 at $10.92 per hour

Effective May 17, 2017

Derek Correa, Dining Services Worker

Class 4237, Range 106 at $10.92 per hour

Temporary

Convalescent Center 1200-2025

Effective May 22, 2017

William Austin IV, Dining Services Worker

Class 4237, Range 106 at $10.92 per hour

Convalescent Center 1200-2100

Effective May 23, 2017

Audrey Mast, Dining Services Worker

Class 4237, Range 106 at $10.92 per hour

Division of Transportation 1500-3500

Effective May 22, 2017

Miranda Gollwitzer, Intern

Class 9170 at $12.50 per hour

Effective May 30, 2017

Stephanie Groenewold, Seasonal Employee

Class 9174 at $9.50 per hour

Division of Transportation 1500-3510

Effective May 16, 2017

Austin Major, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.25 per hour

Effective June 5, 2017

Brandon Bielik, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.00 per hour

Public Works 2000-2555

Effective May 24, 2017

Alexandra D’Agostino, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.00 per hour

Temporary

Effective May 30, 2017

Guissel Davila Arteaga, Intern

Class 9170 at $12.50 per hour

Effective May 30, 2017

Austin Gunnel, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.00 per hour

Effective May 30, 2017

Cody Logan, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.00 per hour

Public Works 2000-2665

Effective May 24, 2017

Darius Amoah, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.25 per hour

Effective May 24, 2017

Andrew Smith, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.50 per hour

Effective May 30, 2017

Brandon Gottardo, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.50 per hour

Effective May 30, 2017

Salvador Manrique Jr., Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.50 per hour

Effective May 30, 2017

Sydney O’Leary, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.50 per hour

Temporary

Effective June 5, 2017

Darius Grassi, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.25 per hour

Effective June 9, 2017

Nicholas Caldarazzo, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.00 per hour

Stormwater Management 1600-3000

Effective May 24, 2017

Henry Braun, Seasonal Employee

Class 9172 at $10.25 per hour

Be it Further Resolved that the County Clerk be directed to transmit copies of

this Resolution to the Auditor, Treasurer, Finance Department, Human Resources Department

and one copy to the County Board.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #FI-R-0282-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FI-R-0282-17

Approval of The Fy2018 Budget Calendar

Whereas, the DuPage County Financial and Budget Policies require that the County

shall develop a budget calendar; and

Whereas, DuPage County strives to provide open and transparent county government,

which ensures greater fiscal accountability; and

Whereas, having a published timeline will allow residents the ability to offer their

thoughts and feedback on the County’s budget by participating in public hearings and meetings;

and

Whereas, the budget calendar will be updated to include specific dates for public

hearings as they become available and any other information as necessary.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board and

notwithstanding any prior enactment or rule to the contrary, that the attached FY2018 budget

calendar be approved and made available to the public, including posting on the County’s

website; and

Be it Further Resolved that the budget calendar will be updated to include public

hearing dates as they are determined and any other information as necessary.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #FI-R-0283-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FI-R-0283-17

Acceptance and Approval of The

 Du Page County Financial and Budget Policies

Whereas, the County Board is the fiscal authority for DuPage County government;

and

Whereas, the County Board is responsible for the management of County funds and

financial operations of the County; and

Whereas, the County Board finds the need to develop financial and budget policies to

provide for prudent financial practices and to deliver essential county services at the lowest

possible tax rate using a transparent budget process that maintains the County’s bond rating; and

Whereas, the purpose and objectives of said financial and budget policies are, to the

fullest extent practicable, to: earn and maintain the public’s trust in the County’s collection, use,

and conservation of public funds; ensure the legal and appropriate use of County funds through a

system of internal financial controls as enumerated herein; provide reasonable assurance that

financial records are reliable in the preparation of financial statements and accounting for assets

and obligations by abiding by generally accepted accounting principles as applied to

governmental entities and provide financial information in a clear and transparent manner; and

Whereas, the budgetary and financial framework for policy-making will strive to:

prepare accurate and timely budgetary, financial, and socio-economic information for policymaking;

identify and establish principles that minimize the County government’s cost and

financial risk; provide financial principles to guide financial and management decisions and

provide information regarding the County government’s current financial condition.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that the Financial and Budget Policies set

forth in Exhibit A are adopted by the County as guidelines governing its financial practices; and

Be it Further Resolved, that these policies do not create any third-party rights;

and

Be it Further Resolved, that the County Board intends to review and update

these policies at least annually.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Tornatore presented Ordinance #DC-O-0018-17, Proposed Updates and

Amendments to the DuPage County Building Code for Adoption and Re-Codification of Chapter

8 of the DuPage County Code, for a First Reading.

Member Tornatore moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that the rules be waived to

dismiss the requirement of a First and Second Reading. On voice vote, motion carried.

Member Tornatore moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Ordinance #DC-O-0018-

17 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni,

Eckhoff, Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski,

Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call.

Motion carried.

O R D I N A N C E

DC-O-0018-17

Proposed Updates and Amendments to The Du Page County

Building Code for Adoption and Re-Codification of

Chapter 8 of The Du Page County Code

(Request to Waive the 1st Reading)

Whereas, it is necessary and desirable from time to time for the County to review its

Building Code procedures and where necessary update and amend the County Building Code to

unsure that the County continues to stay current with its Building Code procedures and

consistent with other jurisdictions throughout DuPage County; and

Whereas, the proposed code updates herein will enable the County to keep pace with

changes in the industry standards providing more clarity and aid in the ability to enforce our

codes; and

Whereas, the International Code Council, State of Illinois Plumbing Code and County

Residential Building Code are updated periodically. The County shall continue to amend its

code to stay current with these industry updates; and

Whereas, the County is proposing to update its current Building Code with the

adoption of the 2015 International Existing Structures Code, 2015 International Pool and Spa

Code, State of Illinois Plumbing Code through the reduction of local amendments and updates to

the County Residential Code; and

Whereas, the County Board Development Committee on May 16, 2017 considered the

recommendations of staff and recommends to approve the proposed update and amendments to

the DuPage County Building Code for adoption and re-codification of Chapter 8 of the DuPage

County Code attached hereto and made a part hereof as Exhibit #1.

Now, Therefore, be it Ordained by the County Board of DuPage County,

Illinois that the proposed updates and amendments to the DuPage County Building Code for

adoption and re-codification of Chapter 8 of the DuPage County Code attached hereto and made

a part hereof as Exhibit #1 is granted; and

Be it Further Ordained by the County Board of DuPage County, Illinois that

should any section, clause or provision of this Ordinance be declared by a court of competent

jurisdiction to be invalid, such decision shall not affect the validity of the Ordinance as a whole

or any part thereof, other than the part so declared to be invalid; and

Be it Further Ordained that a certified copy of this Ordinance be transmitted by

the County Clerk to the DuPage County Finance Department; DuPage County Auditor; DuPage

County Treasurer; DuPage County State’s Attorney Office; DuPage County Public Works

Department and DuPage County Building & Zoning Department.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Khouri moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #FI-R-0270-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FI-R-0270-17

Acceptance and Appropriation of Additional Funding for The

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (Wioa) Grant Py2016

Agreement No. 16-681006

Company 5000 - Accounting Unit 2840

$80,000

(Under the administrative direction

of the Human Resources Department)

Whereas, the County of DuPage heretofore accepted and appropriated the Workforce

Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Grant PY2016, Company 5000 - Accounting Unit

2840, pursuant to Resolution FI-R-0167-16 for the period April 1, 2016 through June 30, 2018;

and

Whereas, the County of DuPage, for the use and benefit of the DuPage County

Workforce Development Division, leases premises for the workNet DuPage Career Center

(“Center”) and incurs rent and other office rental expenses that are paid using WIOA Grant

funding; and

Whereas, the County of DuPage, through the DuPage County Workforce

Development Division, has a Memorandum of Understanding with several of its strategic

partners to provide office space in its leased premises in exchange for contributions towards the

Center’s rent and other office rental expenses; and

Whereas, the County of DuPage has received, from its strategic partners, rent and

other office rental expense reimbursement in the amount of $80,000.00 (EIGHTY THOUSAND

AND NO/100 DOLLARS) that need to be appropriated to be used to provide services to

unemployed and underemployed DuPage County residents; and

Whereas, no additional County funds are required to receive this funding; and

Whereas, acceptance of these reimbursements does not add any additional subsidy

from the County; and

Whereas, the County Board finds that the need to appropriate said reimbursements

creates an emergency within the meaning of the Counties Act, Budget Division (55 ILCS 5/6-

1003).

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the

contributions received as reimbursement for grant expenses in the amount of $80,000.00

(EIGHTY THOUSAND AND NO/100 DOLLARS) be and is hereby accepted; and

Be it Further Resolved that the additional appropriation on the attached sheet

(Attachment I) in the amount of $80,000.00 (EIGHTY THOUSAND AND NO/100 DOLLARS)

be made and added to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Grant PY2016,

Company 5000 - Accounting Unit 2840 and that the program continue as originally approved in

all other respects; and

Be it Further Resolved that should state and/or federal funding cease for this

grant, the Economic Development Committee shall review the need for continuing the specified

program and related headcount; and

Be it Further Resolved that should the Economic Development Committee

determine the need for other funding is appropriate, it may recommend action to the County

Board by Resolution.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Khouri moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #FI-R-0274-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FI-R-0274-17

Acceptance and Appropriation of Additional Funding for The

Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity

Trade Adjustment Assistance Grant Py15

Agreement No. 15-661006

Company 5000 - Accounting Unit 2840

$176,634

(Under the administrative direction

of the Human Resources Department)

Whereas, the County of DuPage heretofore accepted and appropriated the Illinois

Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Trade Adjustment Assistance Grant PY15,

Company 5000 - Accounting Unit 2840, pursuant to Resolution ED-R-0145-17 for the period

October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017; and

Whereas, the County of DuPage has been notified by the Illinois Department of

Commerce and Economic Opportunity with modification #001 to Agreement No. 15-661006

(Attachment II) that additional Trade Adjustment Assistance funds in the amount of $176,634.00

(ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIX THOUSAND, SIX HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR AND

NO/100 DOLLARS) are available to the Trade Adjustment Assistance Grant PY15, Company

5000 - Accounting Unit 2840, to be used to provide services to unemployed and underemployed

DuPage County residents; and

Whereas, no additional County funds are required to receive this funding; and

Whereas, acceptance of this grant does not add any additional subsidy from the

County; and

Whereas, the County Board finds that the need to appropriate said grant funds creates

an emergency within the meaning of the Counties Act, Budget Division (55 ILCS 5/6-1003).

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that

modification #001 to Agreement No. 15-661006 (Attachment II) be and is hereby accepted; and

Be it Further Resolved that the additional appropriation on the attached sheet

(Attachment I) in the amount of $176,634.00 (ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIX THOUSAND,

SIX HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR AND NO/100 DOLLARS) be made and added to the Illinois

Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Trade Adjustment Assistance Grant PY15,

Company 5000 - Accounting Unit 2840 and that the program continue as originally approved in

all other respects; and

Be it Further Resolved that should state and/or federal funding cease for this

grant, the Economic Development Committee shall review the need for continuing the specified

program and related headcount; and

Be it Further Resolved that should the Economic Development Committee

determine the need for other funding is appropriate, it may recommend action to the County

Board by Resolution.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Larsen moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that a Community Services’

Senior Community Development Specialist be authorized to attend the Annual National

Conference on Ending Homelessness in Washington, D.C., July 16-19, 2017, expenses to include

registration, transportation, lodging, miscellaneous expenses and per diems for approximate total

of $2,243.27 (Grant funded 5000-1510). On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran,

DiCianni, Eckhoff, Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan,

Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of

roll call. Motion carried.

Member Larsen moved, seconded by Member Khouri, that Resolution #HHS-R-0275-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

HHS-R-0275-17

Approval of Substantial Amendment Number 5

To the Action Plan for CDBG Disaster Recovery Funds

Whereas, DuPage County has received a total allocation of $31,526,000 in

Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery Grant (CDBG-DR) funds in

accordance with the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act 2013 (Public Law 113-2); and

Whereas, the CDBG-DR Citizen Participation Plan requires completion of a

Substantial Amendment when there is a change in program benefit or eligibility criteria; and

Whereas, Substantial Amendment 5 (“Amendment”) has been proposed to reprogram

remaining CDBG-DR funds; and

Whereas, the proposed Amendment was publicly posted on the DuPage County

website and accessible from the main page at www.dupageco.org <http://www.dupageco.org>

on April 7, 2017 and notice thereof published in the Daily Herald, which actions commenced a

thirty (30) day public comment period; and

Whereas, a public hearing on the proposed Amendment was held on April 18, 2017;

and

Whereas, the proposed activities for the CDBG-DR funds were presented to the

Community Development Commission on April 4, 2017 and the Amendment was reviewed and

approved by the DuPage County Health & Human Services Committee on May 16, 2017; and

Whereas, the thirty day public comment period was completed on May 7, 2017, and,

in accordance with federal regulations governing the development of the Amendment, public

comments and DuPage County responses to said comments were inserted into the Amendment.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that the DuPage County Board hereby

approves the Amendment which is incorporated by reference with this Resolution; and

Be it Further Resolved, that the Chairman of the DuPage County Board is

authorized and directed to sign said Amendment, as well as any certifications or documents

required by HUD to effectuate the Amendment, on behalf of DuPage County and the Clerk is

hereby authorized and directed to attest to such signature and affix the official seal thereto; and

Be it Further Resolved, that the Chairman of the DuPage County Board is

hereby authorized to approve further amendments as may be required by HUD; and

Be it Further Resolved that the County Clerk be directed to send a certified copy

of this Resolution to the Community Development Commission.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Resolution #HHS-R-0276-17, a Resolution Authorizing Loan Forgiveness for National

Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) DuPage in the Amount of $52,500 for Project 93-12 was

pulled from the agenda.

Member Eckhoff moved, seconded by Member Noonan, that Resolution #JPS-P-0171-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

JPS-P-0171-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to

Dr. Mohammed Turab Ali, MD for an Agreement

to Provide Psychiatric and Related Healthcare

Services for The Juveniles Detained at Kane County

(Contract Total Amount: $45,760.00)

Whereas, an agreement has been negotiated in accordance with County Board policy;

and

Whereas, the Judicial/Public Safety Committee recommends County Board approval

for the issuance of a contract purchase order to provide psychiatric services for the Juveniles

detained at Kane County, for the period May 10, 2017 through May 9, 2018.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, covering said, to provide psychiatric and

related healthcare services ordered by the courts for the juveniles detained at Kane County, for

the period May 10, 2017 through May 9, 2018, for the Juveniles detained at Kane County, be,

and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division

to Dr. Mohammed Turab Ali, MD, 1020 Grove Lane, Lombard, Illinois 60148, for a contract

total amount not to exceed $45,760.00. Other Professional Service not subject to competitive

bidding per 55 ILCS 5/5-1022(a). Vendor selected pursuant to DuPage County Code Section 2-

300.4-108(1)(b).

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Eckhoff moved, seconded by Member Puchalski, that Resolution #JPS-P-0176-

17 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni,

Eckhoff, Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski,

Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call.

Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

JPS-P-0176-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to

Jillian Ruggiero of Ruggiero & Associates P.C.

For an Agreement to Provide Professional Services

To The 18th Judicial Circuit Court

(Contract Total Amount: $45,000)

Whereas, an agreement has been negotiated in accordance with County Board policy;

and

Whereas, the Judicial/Public Safety Committee recommends County Board approval

for the issuance of a contract purchase order to provide professional services for a conflict

attorney assigned to juvenile cases, representing abused, neglected, dependent or delinquent

minors or family members, where the DuPage County Public Defender may not represent a

party, including appeals in these matters, for the period May 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018, for

the 18th Judicial Circuit Court.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that County Contract, covering said, to

provide professional services for a conflict attorney assigned to juvenile cases, representing

abused, neglected, dependent or delinquent minors or family members, where the DuPage

County Public Defender may not represent a party, including appeals in these matters, for the

18th Judicial Circuit Court, for the period for the period May 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018, for

the 18th Judicial Circuit Court, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a Contract by the

Procurement Division to Jillian Ruggiero, of Ruggiero & Associates P.C., Two Arboretum

Lakes, 901 Warrenville Road, Lisle, Illinois 60532, for a contract total amount not to exceed

$45,000.00.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Eckhoff moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that an OHSEM Specialist be

authorized to travel to Boise, Idaho, June 3-8, 2017 to attend the Council for State and Territorial

Epidemiologists (CSTE) 2017 Annual Conference. The costs are being covered by the National

Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) with the exception of meals and

miscellaneous expenses. The total approximate cost is $277.50. On roll call, Members

Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri,

Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott

was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #FM-P-0177-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FM-P-0177-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to Republic Services Inc.

To Provide Refuse Disposal, Recycling And Asbestos

Pick-Up Services for Facilities Management

(Contract Total Amount: $199,493.40)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee recommends County Board approval for the

issuance of a contract purchase order to Republic Services Inc., to provide refuse disposal,

recycling and asbestos pick-up services, for the period June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2019, for

Facilities Management.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that County Contract, covering said, to

provide refuse disposal, recycling and asbestos pick-up services, for the period June 1, 2017

through May 31, 2019, for Facilities Management, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a

contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Republic Services Inc., 1330 Gasket

Drive, Elgin, Illinois 60120, for a total contract amount not to exceed $199,493.40, per lowest

responsible bid #17-033-BF ($2,698.56 for Animal Control, $71,520.00 for the DuPage Care

Center and $125,274.84 for Facilities Management).

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #FM-P-0179-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FM-P-0179-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to Crowne Industries, Ltd.

For Phase I - New Concrete Pad and

Phase II - Fuel System Installed (New Tank)

For Underground Storage Tank Replacement

For Facilities Management

(Contract Total Amount: $335,328.50)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee recommends County Board approval for the

issuance of a contract purchase order to Crowne Industries Ltd., for Phase I - New Concrete Pad

and Phase II - Fuel System Installed (New Tank) for the replacement of existing fuel tanks, for

the Power Plant and Standby Power Facility, for the period through November 30, 2017, for

Facilities Management.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that County Contract, covering said, for

Phase I - New Concrete Pad and Phase II - Fuel System Installed (New Tank) for the

replacement of existing fuel tanks, for the Power Plant and Standby Power Facility, for the

period through November 30, 2017, for Facilities Management, be, and it is hereby approved for

issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Crowne Industries, Ltd.,

651 South Sutton Road, #214, Streamwood, Illinois 60107, for a total contract amount not to

exceed $335,328.50, per lowest responsible bid #17-061-BF.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #FM-P-0180-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

FM-P-0180-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to Orivne Inc.

For Phase III - Removal of Current Fuel Tanks

For Underground Storage Tank Replacement

For Facilities Management

(Contract Total Amount: $28,635.00)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee recommends County Board approval for the

issuance of a contract purchase order to Orivne Inc., for Phase III - removal of current fuel tanks

for the replacement of existing fuel tanks, for the Power Plant and Standby Power Facility, for

the period through November 30, 2017, for Facilities Management.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that County Contract, covering said, for Phase

III - removal of current fuel tanks for the replacement of existing fuel tanks, for the Power Plant

and Standby Power Facility, for the period through November 30, 2017, for Facilities

Management, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the

Procurement Division to Orivne Inc., 55 East Monroe Street, Suite 3800, Chicago, Illinois

60603, for a total contract amount not to exceed $28,635.00, per lowest responsible bid #17-061-BF.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #PW-P-0178-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

PW-P-0178-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to Home Depot

To Furnish and Deliver Miscellaneous Maintenance

Repair & Operation Parts and Supplies as-needed

For The Du Page County Department of Public Works

(Contract Amount: $100,000.00)

Whereas, pursuant to an Intergovernmental Agreement between the County of

DuPage and U.S. Communities, the County of DuPage will contract with Home Depot; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee recommends County Board approval for the

issuance of a contract for the purchase of miscellaneous maintenance, repair & operation parts

and supplies as-needed, for the Department of Public Works, for the period June 1, 2017 through

December 31, 2020, per U.S. Communities Contract #16154.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that County Contract, covering said, for

purchase of miscellaneous maintenance, repair & operation parts and supplies as-needed, for the

Department of Public Works, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase

order by the Procurement Division to Home Depot, 295 East Army Trail Road, Glendale

Heights, Illinois 60139, for a contract total amount not to exceed $100,000.00, per U.S.

Communities Contract #16154.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Noonan, that Resolution #PW-P-0181-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

PW-P-0181-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to

Lakeshore Recycling Systems to Provide Refuse

Disposal, Recycling and Pick-Up Services

For the Public Works Facilities

(Contract Total Amount: $118,200.00)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the lowest most responsible bidder has been designated and the Public

Works Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract to

Lakeshore Recycling Systems to provide refuse disposal, recycling and pick-up services for the

Public Works facilities, for the period June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2019 for Public Works.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that County Contract, covering said, to

provide refuse disposal, recycling and pick-up services for the Public Works facilities, for the

period June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2019, for Public Works, be, and it is hereby approved for

issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Lakeshore Recycling

Systems, 3152 South California Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60608 for a contract total amount of

$118,200.00, per lowest responsible bid #17-033BF.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #SM-P-0165-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

SM-P-0165-17

Intergovernmental Agreement between County of Du Page, Illinois

and Village of Westmont for The Cass Avenue Stormwater

Management Facility Water Quality Improvement Project

Whereas, the Village of Westmont (“Village”) and the County of

Du Page (“County”) are public agencies within the meaning of the Illinois

“Intergovernmental Cooperation Act” and as authorized by Article 7, Section 10 of the

Constitution of the State of Illinois; and

Whereas, the purposes of the “Intergovernmental Cooperation Act” and Article 7 of

the Constitution of the State of Illinois include fostering cooperation among government bodies;

and

Whereas, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the County authority to take

action to control flooding and to enter into agreements for the purposes of stormwater

management and flood control (Illinois Compiled Statutes, Chapter 55 paragraphs 5/5-1062.3

and 5/5-15001 et seq.); and

Whereas, the County has adopted the DuPage County Stormwater Management

Plan which recognizes the reduction of stormwater runoff and improving water quality as an

integral part of the proper management of storm and flood waters; and

Whereas, the Village has developed a conceptual design report for the design,

construction and maintenance of a regional stormwater facility with a wetland bottom, filter strip

and bioswale planted with native vegetation (herein referred to as the “Project”); and

Whereas, the County and the Village have determined that the construction of

the Project will benefit local citizens by improving the water quality and reduction of

stormwater runoff into the East Branch DuPage River watershed; and

Whereas, the Village has requested County participation in cost sharing the

Project through a grant from the County's Water Quality Improvement Program in an

amount not to exceed Ninety thousand dollars ($90,000.00); and

Whereas, the Village shall pay all Project expenses up front and will be

reimbursed for qualified expenses per this Agreement; and

Whereas, the Village shall share any available data collected from the Project

for the purposes of fostering community education and improving upon similar future projects;

and

Whereas, the Stormwater Management Planning Committee of the DuPage County

Board has reviewed and recommended approval of the attached Agreement at the specified

amount.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached

Agreement between the County and the Village is hereby accepted and approved in an

amount not to exceed Ninety thousand dollars ($90,000.00) and that the Chairman of the DuPage

County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Agreement on behalf of the

County; and

Be it Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit

certified copies of this Resolution and the attached Agreement to the Village of

Westmont, 31 West Quincy Street, Westmont, Illinois 60559 and Anthony Hayman, State’s

Attorney’s Office.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Puchalski, that Resolution #SM-P-0166-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

SM-P-0166-17

Agreement between the County of Du Page, Illinois

And WBK Engineering, Llc

For on Call Professional Engineering Services

(Total Contract: $35,000)

Whereas, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the County of DuPage

(“County”) authority to construct stormwater management and drainage improvements and to

enter into agreements for the purposes of stormwater management and flood control (Illinois

Compiled Statutes, Chapter 55, paragraphs 5/5-1062.3 & 5/5-15001 et seq.); and

Whereas, pursuant to said authority, the County periodically undertakes smaller

scale stormwater management, drainage and flood control activities; and

Whereas, the County requires various professional services (surveying, wetland

analysis, flood plain modeling, etc.), on an on-call basis, as necessary for its smaller scale

stormwater management, drainage and flood control activities; and

Whereas, the Consultant has experience and expertise in this area and is in the

business of providing such professional engineering services, on an on-call basis, and is willing

to perform the required services for an amount not to exceed Thirty five thousand dollars and no

cents ($35,000.00); and

Whereas, the County has selected the Consultant in accordance with the

Professional Services Selection Process found in Section 4-108 of the DuPage County

Procurement Ordinance; and

Whereas, the Stormwater Management Planning Committee of the DuPage County

Board has reviewed and recommended approval of the attached Agreement at the specified

amount.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached

Agreement between the County and Consultant is hereby accepted and approved in

an amount not to exceed Thirty five thousand dollars ($35,000.00) and that the Chairman of the

DuPage County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Agreement on behalf

of the County; and

Be it Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit

certified copies of this Resolution and the attached Agreement to WBK Engineering, LLC,

116 West Main Street, Suite 201, St. Charles, Illinois 60174, Attn. John Wills; Anthony

Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office; County Auditor; Finance Director; Treasurer; Purchasing

and three (3) copies to the DuPage County Stormwater Management.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #SM-P-0167-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

SM-P-0167-17

Agreement between The County of Du Page, Illinois

And Ciorba Group, Inc.

For on Call Professional Engineering Services

(Total Contract: $35,000)

Whereas, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the County of DuPage

(“County”) authority to construct stormwater management and drainage improvements and to

enter into agreements for the purposes of stormwater management and flood control (Illinois

Compiled Statutes, Chapter 55, paragraphs 5/5-1062.3 & 5/5-15001 et seq.); and

Whereas, pursuant to said authority, the County periodically undertakes smaller

scale stormwater management, drainage and flood control activities; and

Whereas, the County requires various professional services (surveying, wetland

analysis, flood plain modeling, etc.), on an on-call basis, as necessary for its smaller scale

stormwater management, drainage and flood control activities; and

Whereas, the Consultant has experience and expertise in this area and is in the

business of providing such professional engineering services, on an on-call basis, and is willing

to perform the required services for an amount not to exceed Thirty five thousand dollars and no

cents ($35,000.00); and

Whereas, the County has selected the Consultant in accordance with the

Professional Services Selection Process found in Section 4-108 of the DuPage County

Procurement Ordinance; and

Whereas, the Stormwater Management Planning Committee of the DuPage County

Board has reviewed and recommended approval of the attached Agreement at the specified

amount.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached

Agreement between the County and Consultant is hereby accepted and approved in

an amount not to exceed Thirty five thousand dollars ($35,000.00) and that the Chairman of the

DuPage County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute the Agreement on behalf

of the County; and

Be it Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit

certified copies of this Resolution and the attached Agreement to Ciorba Group, Inc., 5507

North Cumberland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60656, Attn. Tony Wolff; Anthony Hayman,

State’s Attorney’s Office; County Auditor; Finance Director; Treasurer; Purchasing and three (3)

copies to the DuPage County Stormwater Management.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #SM-P-0168-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

SM-P-0168-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to Xylem Water Solutions, Inc.

For Pump Repair Equipment

(Total Amount $27,087.70)

Whereas, an agreement has been negotiated in accordance with County Board policy;

and

Whereas, the Stormwater Management Committee recommends County Board

approval for the issuance of a contract purchase order to Xylem Water Solutions, Inc. for the

purchase of repair equipment necessary for the basic rebuild of an existing pump at the Elmhurst

Quarry Flood Control Facility.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that County Contract, covering said, for the

purchase of repair equipment necessary for the basic rebuild of an existing pump at the Elmhurst

Quarry Flood Control Facility, for the Stormwater Management for the period of May 9, 2017

through November 30, 2017, be and it is hereby approved for issuance of a Contract by the

Procurement Division to Xylem Water Solutions USA, Inc., 9661 194th Avenue, Mokena,

Illinois 60448, for the total contract amount not to exceed $27,087.70 per 55 ILCS 5/5-1022

“Competitive Bids” (c) not suitable for competitive bids - Sole Source.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #SM-P-0169-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

SM-P-0169-17

Agreement between the County of Du Page, Illinois

And the Sidwell Company

For Professional Permit Software Services

Whereas, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the County of DuPage

(“County”) authority to regulate development in regards to stormwater runoff and to enter

into agreements for the purposes of stormwater management (Illinois Compiled Statutes, Chapter

55, paragraphs 5/5-15001 et seq.); and

Whereas, the County requires professional software implementation services for

permit and property tracking software; and

Whereas, The Sidwell Company (“Consultant”) has experience and expertise in

this area and is in the business of providing such professional software implementation services

and is willing to perform the required services for an amount not to exceed One hundred Forty

thousand Two hundred Seventy dollars ($140,270.00); and

Whereas, the County has selected the Consultant in accordance with the

Professional Services Selection Process found in Section 4-108 of the DuPage County

Procurement Ordinance; and

Whereas, the Stormwater Management Planning Committee of the DuPage County

Board has reviewed and recommended approval of the attached AGREEMENT at the specified

amount.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached

Agreement between the County and Consultant is hereby accepted and approved in

an amount not to exceed One hundred Forty thousand Two hundred Seventy dollars

($140,270.00) and that the Chairman of the DuPage County Board is hereby authorized and

directed to execute the Agreement on behalf of the County; and

Be it Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit

certified copies of this Resolution and the attached Agreement to Sidwell; Anthony

Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office and the DuPage County Stormwater Management

Department.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #SM-P-0170-17 be

approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

SM-P-0170-17

Agreement between the County of Du Page, Illinois

And Accela for Professional Permit Software Services

Whereas, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the County of DuPage

(“County”) authority to regulate development in regards to stormwater runoff and to enter

into agreements for the purposes of stormwater management (Illinois Compiled Statutes, Chapter

55, paragraphs 5/5-15001 et seq.); and

Whereas, the County requires professional permit tracking software services to

track property development permits; and

Whereas, the Consultant has experience and expertise in this area and is in the

business of providing such professional permit tracking software services and is willing to

perform the required services for an amount not to exceed Seventy thousand Nine-hundred Forty

six dollars ($70,948.00); and

Whereas, the County has selected the Consultant in accordance with the

Professional Services Selection Process found in Section 4-108 of the DuPage County

Procurement Ordinance; and

Whereas, the Stormwater Management Planning Committee of the DuPage County

Board has reviewed and recommended approval of the attached Agreement at the specified

amount.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached

Agreement between the County and Consultant is hereby accepted and approved in

an amount not to exceed Seventy thousand Nine-hundred Forty six dollars ($70,948.00) and that

the Chairman of the DuPage County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute the

Agreement on behalf of the County; and

Be it Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit

certified copies of this Resolution and the attached Agreement to Accela; Anthony Hayman,

State’s Attorney’s Office and the DuPage County Stormwater Management Department.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Wiley moved, seconded by Member Krajewski, that Resolution #TE-P-0183-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

TE-P-0183-17

Awarding Resolution to Physician’s Record Company

To Furnish and Deliver NCR Forms

(Contract Total Amount: $62,000.00)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the lowest responsible bidder has been designated and the Technology

Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract to Physician’s

Record Company, to furnish and deliver NCR forms for various DuPage County departments,

for the period of June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018, for Information Technology.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that a contract, covering said, to furnish and

deliver NCR forms for the period of June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018, for Information

Technology, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract, by the Procurement

Division to Physician’s Record Company, 3000 South Ridgeland Avenue, Berwyn, Illinois

60402, for a contract total amount of $62,000.00, per Bid #17-075-GV. This contract is subject

to three (3) additional twelve month renewals.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-R-0271-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-R-0271-17

Intergovernmental Agreement

Between the County of Du Page, Illinois

And the Village of Bloomingdale

CH 4/Bloomingdale Road Sidewalk Replacement

Section 17-00184-01-Sw

(Estimated County Cost $30,100.74)

Whereas, the County of DuPage (hereinafter referred to as County) and the Village

of Bloomingdale (hereinafter referred to asVillage) are public agencies within the meaning

of the Illinois Intergovernmental Cooperation Act (5 ILCS 220/1 et seq.); and

Whereas, Article VII, Section 10, of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois

encourages and provides for units of local government to contract and otherwise associate with

each other to exercise, combine or transfer any power or function; and

Whereas, the County by virtue of its power set forth in “Counties Code” (55 ILCS

5/1001 et seq.) and “Illinois Highway Code” (605 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq.) and the VILLAGE by

virtue of its power set forth in the “Illinois Municipal Code” (65 ILCS 5/1-1-1 et seq.) are

authorized to enter into agreements and contracts; and

Whereas, the Village has prepared plans and specifications for improvements

including sidewalk replacement on CH 4/Bloomingdale Road known as County Section 17-

00184-01-SW (hereinafter referred to as PROJECT); and

Whereas, an Intergovernmental Agreement has been prepared and is attached that

outlines the rights, responsibilities and financial obligations of the County and the Village

related to the Project; and

Whereas, the Intergovernmental Agreement must be executed.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board, that the

Chairman and Clerk of said Board are hereby directed and authorized to execute the attached

Intergovernmental Agreement with the Village; and

Be it Further Resolved that two (2) original copies of this Resolution and

Intergovernmental Agreement be sent to the Village, by and through the Division of

Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-R-0272-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-R-0272-17

Intergovernmental Agreement

Between the County of Du Page, Illinois and

The State of Illinois by and Through its

Department of Transportation

CH 18/Powis Road and Illinois Route 64

Section 17-00315-03-Ch

(Estimated State Reimbursement: $1,096,641.00)

Whereas, the County of DuPage (hereinafter referred to as County) and the State of

Illinois by and through its Department of Transportation (hereinafter referred to as STATE) are

public agencies within the meaning of the Illinois Intergovernmental Cooperation Act (5 ILCS

220/1 et seq.); and

Whereas, Article VII, Section 10, of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois

encourages and provides for units of local government to contract and otherwise associate with

each other to exercise, combine or transfer any power or function; and

Whereas, the County by virtue of its power set forth in “Counties Code” (55 ILCS

5/1001 et seq.) and “Illinois Highway Code” (605 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq.), is authorized to enter

into agreements and contracts; and

Whereas, the County has prepared plans and specifications for improving CH

18/Powis Road at Illinois Route 64 (estimated construction cost $2,182,200) known as

County Section 17-00315-03-CH (hereinafter referred to as Project) and will let and

administer the contract including construction financing, subject to STATE reimbursement; and

Whereas, an Intergovernmental Agreement has been prepared and is attached that

outlines the rights, responsibilities and financial obligations of the County and the State

related to the Project; and

Whereas, the Intergovernmental Agreement must be executed.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board, that the

Chairman and Clerk of said Board are hereby directed and authorized to execute the attached

Intergovernmental Agreement with the State; and

Be it Further Resolved that two (2) original copies of this Resolution and

Intergovernmental Agreement be sent to the State, by and through the Division of

Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-R-0273-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-R-0273-17

Intergovernmental Agreement

Between the County of Du Page, Illinois

And the Du Page Airport Authority

CH 18/Powis Road and Illinois Route 64

Section 17-00315-03-CH

Whereas, the County of DuPage (hereinafter referred to as County) and the

DuPage Airport Authority (hereinafter referred to as Airport Authority) are public

agencies within the meaning of the Illinois Intergovernmental Cooperation Act (5 ILCS 220/1 et

seq.); and

Whereas, Article VII, Section 10, of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois

encourages and provides for units of local government to contract and otherwise associate with

each other to exercise, combine or transfer any power or function; and

Whereas, the County by virtue of its power set forth in “Counties Code” (55 ILCS

5/1001 et seq.) and “Illinois Highway Code” (605 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq.), and the Airport

Authority by virtue of its power set forth in 70 ILCS 5/1-5/21 are authorized to enter into

agreements and contracts; and

Whereas, the County has prepared plans and specifications for improving CH

18/Powis Road at Illinois Route 64 known as County Section 17-00315-03-CH (hereinafter

referred to as Project) and will let and administer the contract including construction

financing; and

Whereas, an Intergovernmental Agreement has been prepared and is attached that

outlines the rights, responsibilities and financial obligations of the County and the Airport

Authority related to the Project; and

Whereas, the Intergovernmental Agreement must be executed.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved by the DuPage County Board, that the

Chairman and Clerk of said Board are hereby directed and authorized to execute the attached

Intergovernmental Agreement with the Airport Authority; and

Be it Further Resolved that two (2) original copies of this Resolution and

Intergovernmental Agreement be sent to the Airport Authority, by and through the

Division of Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-P-0142-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-P-0142-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to

Currie Motors Frankfort, Inc.

Furnish and Deliver One (1) Concrete Truck on

A 2017 F-550 Chassis Super Cab

For the Division of Transportation

(Contract Total Not to Exceed $75,242.00)

Whereas, Section 2 of the Governmental Joint Purchasing Act authorizes the County

of DuPage to jointly purchase personal property, supplies and services jointly with one or more

other governmental units when such purchases were made by competitive selection as provided

in Section 4 of the Act; and

Whereas, the Northwest Municipal Conference (NWMC), a governmental unit as

defined by the Governmental Joint Purchasing Act, has let a contract for the purchase of a

concrete truck mounted on a 2017 F-550 super cab chassis through a competitive process and has

authorized the County to make procurements in accordance with the terms of such contract; and

Whereas, the Transportation Committee recommends County Board approval for the

issuance of a contract to Currie Motors Frankfort, Inc., to furnish and deliver one (1) Concrete

Truck on a 2017 F-550 Chassis Super Cab for the Division of Transportation.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that said contract to furnish and deliver one

(1) Concrete Truck on a 2017 F-550 Chassis Super Cab for the Division of Transportation, is

hereby approved for issuance to Currie Motors, 9423 Lincoln Highway, Frankfort, Illinois

60423, for a contract total not to exceed $75,242.00, per procurement authorized by the

Governmental Joint Purchasing Act.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-P-0156-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-P-0156-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to Patten Industries, Inc.

To Furnish and Deliver Catepillar Repair and

Replacement Parts and Sublet Labor

As Needed for the Division of Transportation

(Contract Total Not to Exceed $45,000.00)

Whereas, a sole source quotation has been obtained in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the Transportation Committee recommends County Board approval for the

issuance of a contract to Patten Industries, Inc., to furnish and deliver Caterpillar repair and

replacement parts and sublet labor, as needed for the Division of Transportation, for the period

May 9, 2017 through April 30, 2018.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that County contract to furnish and deliver

Caterpillar repair and replacement parts and sublet labor, as needed for the Division of

Transportation, for the period May 9, 2017 through April 30, 2018 is hereby approved for

issuance of a contract to Patten Industries, Inc., 635 West Lake Street, Elmhurst, Illinois 60126,

for a contract total not to exceed $45,000.00, exempt from bidding per 55 ILCS 5/5-1022 (c) not

suitable for competitive bids-Sole Source.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-P-0159-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-P-0159-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to

MWstar Waste Holdings Corp. D/B/A Advanced

Disposal Services Solid Waste Midwest, Llc

For Refuse Disposal and Recycling Services

As Needed for the Division of Transportation

(Contract Total Not to Exceed $37,490.00)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the lowest most responsible bidder has been designated and the

Transportation Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract to

MWStar Waste Holdings Corp., d/b/a Advanced Disposal Services Solid Waste Midwest, LLC,

for refuse disposal and recycling services, as needed for the Division of Transportation, for the

period June 1, 2017 through May 30, 2019.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that said contract for refuse disposal and

recycling services, as needed for the Division of Transportation, for the period June 1, 2017

through May 30, 2019, is hereby approved for issuance to MWStar Waste Holdings Corp., d/b/a

Advanced Disposal Services Solid Waste Midwest, LLC, 1660 Hubbard Avenue, Batavia,

Illinois 60510, for a contract total not to exceed $37,490.00, per lowest responsible bid #17-033-BF.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-P-0172-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-P-0172-17

Awarding Resolution

Issued to the Detroit Salt Company

To Furnish and Deliver Bulk Rock Salt

As Needed for the Division of Transportation

(Contract Total Not to Exceed $772,350.00)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the lowest most responsible bidder has been designated and the

Transportation Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract to

The Detroit Salt Company, to furnish and deliver bulk rock salt, as needed for the Division of

Transportation, for the period June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that said contract to furnish and deliver bulk

rock salt, as needed for the Division of Transportation, for the period June 1, 2017 through May

31, 2018, is hereby approved for issuance to The Detroit Salt Company, 12841 Sanders Street,

Detroit, Michigan 48217, for a contract total not to exceed $772,350.00, per lowest responsible

bid #17-081-BF.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #DT-P-0173-

17 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni,

Eckhoff, Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski,

Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call.

Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-P-0173-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to

Traffic Control & Protection, Inc. to Furnish and Deliver

Two (2) Scorpion Trailer Attenuators with Accessories

For the Division of Transportation

(Contract Total Not to Exceed $45,004.30)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the lowest most responsible bidder has been designated and the

Transportation Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract to

Traffic Control & Protection, Inc., to furnish and deliver two (2) Scorpion Trailer Attenuators

with accessories for the Division of Transportation.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that said contract to furnish and deliver two

(2) Scorpion Trailer Attenuators with accessories for the Division of Transportation, is hereby

approved for issuance to Traffic Control & Protection, Inc., 225 Miles Parkway, Bartlett, Illinois

60103, for a contract total not to exceed $45,004.30, per lowest responsible bid #17-080-GV.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-P-0174-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-P-0174-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to AC Pavement Striping, Co.

To Furnish and Deliver

Preformed Pavement Marking Tape

As Needed for the Division of Transportation

(Contract Total Not to Exceed $25,000.00)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the lowest most responsible bidder has been designated and the

Transportation Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract to

AC Pavement Striping, Co., to furnish and deliver preformed pavement marking tape, as needed

for the Division of Transportation, for the period June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that said contract to furnish and deliver

preformed pavement marking tape, as needed for the Division of Transportation, for the period

June 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018, is hereby approved for issuance to AC Pavement Striping,

Co., 695 Church Road, Elgin, Illinois 60123, for a contract total not to exceed $25,000.00, per

lowest responsible bid #17-078-JM.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-R-0175-17

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-R-0175-17

Awarding Resolution Issued to

Clark-Devon Hardware Company, Inc.

To Furnish and Deliver Calcium Magnesium Acetate

As Needed for the Division of Transportation

(Contract Total Not to Exceed $45,045.00)

Whereas, bids have been taken and processed in accordance with County Board

policy; and

Whereas, the lowest most responsible bidder has been designated and the

Transportation Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract to

Clark-Devon Hardware Company, Inc., to furnish and deliver calcium magnesium acetate for the

Division of Transportation.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that said contract to furnish and deliver

calcium magnesium acetate for the Division of Transportation, is hereby approved for issuance

to Clark-Devon Hardware Company, Inc., 6401 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois 60626, for

a contract total not to exceed $45,045.00, per renewal option under bid award #16-104-BF, first

of three options to renew.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-0036B-95

be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, Curran, DiCianni, Eckhoff,

Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley

and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

R E S O L U T I O N

DT-0036B-95

Amendment to Dt-036a-95

Providing Negotiation Authority

For Right-of-Way Acquisitions

Whereas, the DuPage County Board heretofore adopted Resolutions DT-0036-95 on

June 13, 1995 and DT-0036A-95 on December 13, 2016; and

Whereas the Resolutions stated above were approved and adopted to grant the County

Engineer/Director of Transportation, or his designee, authority to negotiate and enter into

contracts, within specific parameters, on behalf of the County with owners of real property for

the acquisition of all necessary property interests for projects identified in the annual or multiyear

improvement plan without Committee and County Board approval when compensation has

been reviewed by DOT staff and the State’s Attorney’s Office and has been determined to be just

compensation in that it is consistent with fair market value of the property and in the County’s

best interest, provided that all payments will be approved by the Finance Committee as part of

the County’s regular pay list; and

Whereas, the limits established back in 1995 are antiquated and it is in the best

interest of the County to update the parameters of authority for the County Engineer/Director of

Transportation.

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, that when appraisals are less than or equal to

$10,000.00, and a proposed acquisition differs from the appraised value by more than $2,500.00,

the County Engineer/Director of Transportation shall consult with the Transportation Committee

for purposes of setting the fair market value; and

Be it Further Resolved, that when appraisals are greater than $10,000.00, and a

proposed acquisition differs from the appraised value by more than 15% but less than or equal to

25%, the County Engineer/Director of Transportation shall consult with the Chairman of the

Transportation Committee for purposes of setting the fair market value; and

Be it Further Resolved, that when appraisals are greater than $10,000.00, and a

proposed acquisition differs from the appraised value by more than 25%, the County

Engineer/Director of Transportation shall consult with the Transportation Committee for

purposes of setting the fair market value; and

Be it Further Resolved, that all terms from DT-0036-95 and DT-0036A-95 that

are not in conflict with this Amendment shall remain in full force and effect and are incorporated

herein; and

Be it Further Resolved, that copies of this Resolution be sent to the Auditor,

Treasurer, Finance Department, County Board, by and through the Division of Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 23rd day of May, 2017, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Pursuant to PA99-0646, Pension Obligation Projections Required by the Local

Government Wage Increase Transparency Act, Chairman Cronin declared the Pension

Obligation Projections open for discussion.

Member Zay left the room to avoid a conflict of interest.

Under Unfinished Business, Member Chaplin thanked Acting Election Commission

Director Joe Sobecki for moving forward with the RFP for an Election Night Result vendor.

Under New Business, Member Healy urged Board members to fill out their NACo

Steering Committee applications.

Member Eckhoff said that WDBC – College of DuPage radio will host a Public Affairs

Forum to discuss the lack of State Budget and the impact on our citizens.

Member Wiley stated that he is in his 34th year of active duty. He is proud that both his

sons are also in active duty. He thanked all the members of the Armed Services for their

dedication.

Member DiCianni announced that they closed the Lutheran Family Center in Addison

due to the lack of a State budget.

Member Wiley moved, seconded by Member Noonan, that this meeting of the County

Board of DuPage County be adjourned to Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 10:00 A.M. On voice vote,

motion carried.

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