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DuPage County Board met April 10.

By Lhalie Castillo | Jun 1, 2018

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DuPage County Board met April 10.

Here is the minutes 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, April 10, 2018, at 10:00 a.m.

Meeting called to order with Chairman Cronin presiding.

On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grant, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay were present.

Tom Cuculich, County Administrator, presented a 20 year anniversary award to Nick Kottmeyer.

Chairman Cronin presented a Resolution Acknowledging April 8-14, 2018 as National Public Safety Telecommunications Week to Member Grasso and Linda Zerwin, ETSB 911 System Coordinator.

Member Wiley moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that a Resolution Acknowledging April 8-14, 2018 as National Public Safety Telecommunications Week be approved and adopted. On voice vote, motion carried.

Resolution Acknowledging April 8-14, 2018 As National Public-Safety Telecommunications Week:

Whereas, since 1991, the second week of April has been celebrated as National Public Safety Communicators Week, to recognize all Public Safety Communications Professionals who provide a central link to the Public Safety services on which Citizen rely every day; and

Whereas, the County of DuPage has four (4) Public Safety Answering Points (“PSAPs”), including:

Addison Consolidated Dispatch Center (“ACDC”) PSAP

DuPage Public Safety Communications (“DU-COMM”) PSAP

DuPage Sheriff’s Office PSAP

Village of Naperville PSAP

for the Enhanced 9-1-1 systems servicing visitors and more than 929,368 residents of the County of DuPage and portions of Cook, Kane and Will counties; and

Whereas, these 186 Public Safety Telecommunicators are first and most critical Enhanced 9-1-1 contact to the public our citizens have with emergency services; and

Whereas, these 186 Public Safety Telecommunicators engaged in the operation of emergency response systems have a duty to respond to over 2,000,000 10-digit dial and 9-1-1 telephone calls from the general public for police, fire, and emergency medical assistance; and

Whereas, these 186 Public Safety Telecommunicators dispatch said assistance to help save the lives and property of our citizens, contribute substantially to the apprehension of criminals, suppression of fires and treatment of patients; and

Whereas, these 186 Public Safety Telecommunicators are an integral connection to interoperability of the DuPage 9-1-1 System for communication with our first responders by expertly monitoring their activities, providing them information and ensuring their safety; and

Whereas, the ETS Board acknowledges these 186 Public Safety Telecommunicators for continued commitment to public safety dispatching, consistent quality in customer service, and the continued pursuit of our goal of protecting life and property, while maintaining the highest level of professionalism 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that I, Daniel J. Cronin, Chairman, along with the Members of the DuPage County Board, acknowledge the week of April 8-14, 2018, as National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, and further express our gratitude to all the men and woman who serve as Telecommunicators.

Enacted this 10th day of April, 2018, in Wheaton, Illinois.

Chairman Cronin presented a Proclamation for Autism Awareness Month to Michael Sapp.

Member DiCianni moved, seconded by Member Tornatore, that a Proclamation for Autism Awareness Month be approved.

Proclamation For Autism Awareness Month:

Whereas, Autism is a complex neurological disease and developmental disability that often affects verbal and non-verbal communication; and

Whereas, the disease is considered to be the nation’s number one developmental disability as approximately 3.5 million Americans have been affected by autism; and

Whereas, the Centers for Disease Control estimates that Autism affects one in every 68 children born today and affects boys nearly five times the level of girls (1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls); and

Whereas, approximately 3,500 children in DuPage County have been diagnosed with Autism, in addition to 26,000 in Illinois; and

Whereas, Autism is treatable through early diagnosis, in addition to intensive medical and developmental therapies aimed at providing children the ability to be independent and live a fulfilling and productive life; and

Whereas, forty-six states, including Illinois, have passed legislation insuring Autism as a medical condition covered by Health Insurance Carriers, however without a Federal Autism Insurance Mandate, nearly 2 million children, including more than half of the children in Illinois, still go uncovered for diagnosis and treatment of Autism; and

Whereas, an estimated 50,000 teens with autism become adults – and lose school- based autism services – each year; and

Whereas, April is World Autism Month where the global Autism community celebrates the annual United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Campaign called “Light it Up Blue”.

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 the month of April 2017 as Autism Awareness Month to promote awareness and early detection of Autism.

Enacted this 10th day of April, 2018, in Wheaton, Illinois.

Chairman Cronin presented a plaque to Member Paul Fichtner who is leaving to pursue further career opportunities.

Chairman Cronin made the following remarks:

I am gratified to report, this morning, that the Election Commission has certified the results of the March 20th election. As a result of input we received from employees, the Election Commissioners, election workers, judges and the public, I have asked the leadership of the Election Commission to take specific steps aimed at improving performance in time for the November General Election.

First, the Election Commission has instructed legal counsel to pursue damages from the vendor which supplied the deficient ender cards as part of the supply packet used in the March election.

Second, I ask Election Commission Chair Cathy Ficker Terrill to work diligently to identify a full-time election manager who will provide oversight of Election procedures, preparations and testing protocols, in time for improvements to be implemented before the November election. I believe an increased level of management oversight will provide essential information about what works and what needs to change.

Third, I am asking the Executive Director of the Election Commission to work closely with the County’s Information Technology Department and Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to create communication and reporting systems that improve the ability to provide essential information both internally and externally on election night. There are many situations in which immediate information must be shared with precincts. We can, and will, set up a system of communication to facilitate these messages.

I strongly urge the Election Commission to solicit input from key election staff and judges to accept specific, technical feedback aimed at improving processes and procedures in polling places so that judges and voters have an improved experience throughout Election season.

I will take action, as well. Tomorrow, I travel to Springfield to provide testimony in support of House Bill 5123, a bi-partisan measure which would dissolve the Election Commission and fold the duties of the Commission into the County Clerk’s office. We are hopeful the measure will be passed in both chambers of the General Assembly and signed quickly into law by Governor Rauner. I will continue to receive regular reports from Chair Terrill and the Election Commission and will provide periodic updates as to their progress moving forward.

Finally, we have another very important item to discuss today that is the matter of the dissolution of the North Westmont Fire District. Two years ago, residents of this district were surveyed and indicated they wanted to receive fire protection service from the Village of Westmont. The resulting agreement, which will eventually dissolve this unit of government will eliminate the district’s tax levy and forgive $300,000 in accumulated debt for the North Westmont district. I commend Village and Fire District representatives who pursued change and developed a fair and equitable solution benefiting all. With your action today, North Westmont will become the fifth unit of local government dissolved in DuPage County.

The following people voiced Public Comment regarding the North Westmont Fire District:

Stephen May Joe Rada

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Puchalski, that the Consent Calendar be approved. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Members Grant and Healy were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #CB-R-0133-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Whereas, Daniel J. Cronin has submitted to the County Board his appointment of John J. Fennell to be a Trustee of the Yorkfield 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 John J. Fennell to be a Trustee of the Yorkfield Fire Protection District for a term to commence on May 1, 2018 and expire on April 30, 2021; 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: John J. Fennell and Shawn Flaherty, Ottosen, Britz, Kelly, Cooper & Gilbert, 300 South County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois 60187.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #CB-R-0134-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

CB-R-0134-18

Appointment Of Michele L. Piotrowski To The Glenbard Fire Protection District

Whereas, Daniel J. Cronin has submitted to the County Board his appointment of Michele L. Piotrowski to be a Trustee of the Glenbard 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 Michele L. Piotrowski to be a Trustee of the Glenbard Fire Protection District for a three-year term commencing May 1, 2018 and expiring April 30, 2021; and

Be It Further Resolved that the “Notice of Appointment” be attached hereto and made a part of this Resolution; and

Be It Further Resolved that the County Clerk transmit certified copies of this Resolution to: Michele L. Piotrowski and Maureen Strauts, Martin, Craig, Chester & Sonnenschein, LLP, 2215 York Road, #550, Oak Brook, Illinois 60523.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Ordinance #CB-O-0021-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Ordinance:

CB-O-0021-18

An Ordinance Proposing The Dissolution Of The North Westmont Fire Protection District Under Public Act 98-0126

Whereas, it is in the best interests of DuPage County taxpayers that more efficient service delivery models be established to replace units of government which are not financially sustainable; and

Whereas, the Chairman and members of the County Board under the DuPage ACT Initiative (accountability, consolidation, transparency) sought and received supplemental legislative authority from the General Assembly authorizing the dissolution of certain units of local government and the consolidation of governmental functions in the best interest of taxpayers; and

Whereas, Public Act 98-1026 authorizes the DuPage County Board to propose by ordinance the dissolution of certain specified units of local government, including the North Westmont Fire Protection District; and

Whereas, the North Westmont Fire Protection District is a unit of local government established under the Fire Protection District Act (70 ILCS 705/4); and

Whereas, the Village of Westmont has established a special service area (hereafter “Special Service Area No. 2”) under the Special Service Area Tax Law (35 ILCS 200/27-5) to provide for fire and emergency medical services to a portion of unincorporated DuPage County, including all territory within the North Westmont Fire Protection District; and

Whereas, the Village of Westmont currently provides fire and emergency medical services to the territory under contract with the North Westmont Fire Protection District; and

Whereas, the Village of Westmont will continue to provide fire and emergency medical services to Special Service Area No. 2; and

Whereas, the creation of Special Service Area No. 2 and dissolution of the North Westmont Fire Protection District eliminates the District’s outstanding financial obligations to the Village of Westmont, which amount to $60,000 annually, and further provides a stable funding source for continued delivery of fire and emergency medical services; and

Whereas, the dissolution of the North Westmont Fire Protection District will abolish its property tax levy, and eliminate $11,000 in annual professional services costs and trustee compensation (as provided by statute) necessary to maintain the unit; and

Whereas, consistent with Public Act 98-0126, the dissolution of the North Westmont Fire Protection District will not increase the average response times nor decrease the level of service provided.

Now, Therefore Be It Ordained, by the County Board of DuPage County, Illinois that:

1. The County Board does hereby propose the dissolution of the North Westmont Fire District pursuant to Public Act 98-0126; and

2. The Chairman of the County Board shall cause an audit of the North Westmont Fire Protection District to occur, the findings of which are to be reported back to the County Board within thirty (30) days; and

3. The Clerk shall publish notice of this Ordinance in a newspaper of general circulation served by the North Westmont Fire Protection District and on the County’s website.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Puchalski, that Resolution #FI-R-0122- 18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

FI-R-0122-18

Acceptance And Appropriation Of The Ffy17 State Court Improvement Program Grant Grant Award Agreement No. CIP-G-1705 Company 5000 - Accounting Unit 6140 $10,000 (Under the administrative direction of the DuPage County Probation and Court Services Department)

Whereas, the County of DuPage, through the DuPage County Probation and Court Services Department, has been notified by the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts that grant funds in the amount of $10,000.00 (Ten Thousand And No/100 Dollars) are available to be used to conduct the 2018 Child Welfare Symposium; and

Whereas, to receive said grant funds, the DuPage County Probation and Court Services Department must enter into Grant Award Agreement No. CIP-G-1705 with the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts, a copy of which is attached to and incorporated as a part of this Resolution by reference (Attachment II); and

Whereas, the grant award period of performance is from April 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018; and

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

Whereas, acceptance of this grant award does not add any additional subsidy from the County; and

Whereas, the County Board finds 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 Grant Award Agreement No. CIP-G-1705 (Attachment II) between the County of DuPage and the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts be and is hereby accepted; and

Be It Further Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the additional appropriation on the attached sheet (Attachment I) in the amount of $10,000.00 (Ten Thousand And No/100 DollarS) be made to establish the FFY17 State Court Improvement Program Grant - Company 5000, Accounting Unit 6140, for the period April 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018; and

Be It Further Resolved that the Deputy Chief of the Juvenile Probation Services Division is authorized to sign said Agreement on behalf of the DuPage County Department of Probation and Court Services; and

Be It Further Resolved that should federal funding cease for this grant, the Judicial and Public Safety Committee shall review the need for continuing the specified program; and

Be It Further Resolved that should the Judicial and Public Safety Committee determine the need for other funding is appropriate, it may recommend action to the County Board by Resolution.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #FI-R-0129-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

FI-R-0129-18

Contribution To The Northern Illinois Food Bank $150,000

Whereas, beginning in 2008, DuPage County has provided financial support to the Northern Illinois Food Bank in order to provide food to persons in need in DuPage County; and

Whereas, the DuPage County Board recognizes that the Northern Illinois Food Bank is an organization worthy of continued financial support and no additional County funds are required to establish this program; and

Whereas, in its Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, DuPage County has identified $150,000.00 (One Hundred Fifty Thousand And No/100 Dollars) in Company 1000, Accounting Unit 1180, Account 53700 for this purpose.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the DuPage County Board that a contribution be made to the Northern Illinois Food Bank in the amount of $150,000.00 (One Hundred Fifty Thousand And No/100 Dollars); and

Be It Further Resolved that the Clerk is hereby directed to transmit a certified copy of this Resolution to the Community Services Department.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Puchalski, that Resolution #FI-R-0135- 18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

FI-R-0135-18

Budget Transfers-Various Companies And Accounting Units Fiscal Year 2017 And 2018

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 and 2018 fiscal years; 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 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #FI-R-0136-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

FI-R-0136-18

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:

Equity Increases

County Board 1000-1001:

Effective April 21, 2018

Sheryl Markay, Deputy County Administrator

Class 1205, Range 317 at $135,000 per year, from

$116,972 per year

Facilities Management 1000-1100:

Effective April 21, 2018

Timothy Byrnes, Facilities Supervisor

Class 3177, Range 213 at $93,500 per year, from

$89,760 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Laura Grobe, Administrative Assistant

Class 1164, Range 311 at $55,000 per year, from

$51,691 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Michael Peters, Facilities Supervisor

Class 3177, Range 213 at $79,500 per year, from

$68,346 per year

Equity Increases

Effective April 21, 2018

Robert Quigley, Electrical Systems Supervisor

Class 3129, Range 214 at $93,500 per year, from

$89,300 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Alfred Therriault, Facilities Supervisor

Class 3177, Range 213 at $79,500 per year, from

$76,502 per year

Human Resources 1000-1120:

Effective April 21, 2018

Yamika Johnson, Human Resources Assistant

Class 1621, Range 110 at $45,000 per year, from

$41,667 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Joseph Urbik, Administrative Specialist

Class 1165, Range 110 at $40,000 per year, from

$36,209 per year

Information Technology 1000-1110:

Effective April 21, 2018

Mark Barczak, Principal Business Analyst

Class 1435, Range 313 at $93,000 per year, from

$81,182 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Troy Barry, Personal Computer Technician

Class 1461, Range 209 at $46,000 per year, from

$40,325 per year

Equity Increases

Effective April 21, 2018

Rhonda Breier, Web Developer

Class 1481, Range 312 at $74,152 per year, from

$71,652 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Lauret Guerin-Gaita, Principal Business Analyst

Class 1435, Range 313 at $93,000 per year, from

$85,531 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Joseph Hamlin, Senior Network Analyst

Class 1469, Range 313 at $70,000 per year, from

$65,096 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Chunchih Lin, Web Developer

Class 1481, Range 312 at $76,015 per year, from

$73,515 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Erluis Quinto, Personal Computer Technician

Class 1461, Range 209 at $47,500 per year, from

$40,325 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Milan Shah, Senior Network Analyst

Class 1469, Range 313 at $64,000 per year, from

$62,932 per year

Job Reclassifications

Facilities Management 1000-1100:

Effective April 21, 2018

Mark Thomas, Facilities Manager

Class 3174, Range 315 at $95,000 per year, from

Class 3177, Range 213 at $75,066 per year

Human Resources 1000-1120:

Effective April 21, 2018

Pamela Andrew, Senior Human Resources Generalist

Class 1614, Range 313 at $78,000 per year, from

Class 1614, Range 312 at $65,279 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Christine Clevenger, Senior Human Resources Generalist

Class 1614, Range 313 at $78,000 per year, from

Class 1614, Range 312 at $66,576 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Tatia Hegranes, Payroll/Benefits Specialist

Class 1607, Range 111 at $50,000 per year, from

Class 1608, Range 110 at $45,462 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Heather Hudson, Senior Human Resources Generalist

Class 1614, Range 313 at $78,000 per year, from

Class 1614, Range 312 at $69,830 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Stanislava Nikolova, Payroll/Benefits Specialist

Class 1607, Range 111 at $50,000 per year, from

Class 1608, Range 110 at $39,772 per year

Job Reclassifications

Effective April 21, 2018

Maegan Schaber, Senior Human Resources Generalist

Class 1614, Range 313 at $78,000 per year, from

Class 1614, Range 312 at $66,248 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Amber Tannenbaum, Payroll/Benefits Specialist

Class 1607, Range 111 at $54,000 per year, from

Class 1608, Range 110 at $46,544 per year

Information Technology 1000-1110:

Effective April 21, 2018

Michelle Amanti, Senior Network Analyst

Class 1469, Range 313 at $62,000 per year, from

Class 1465, Range 312 at $53,060 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Guillermo Franco, Telecommunications Analyst

Class 1472, Range 210 at $60,000 per year, from

Class 1473, Range 209 at $52,777 per year

Non-Corporate Fund:

Replacements

Care Center 1200-2050:

Effective April 9, 2018

Amanda Behe, Registered Nurse

Class 4124, Range 311 at $56,160 per year

Effective April 9, 2018

Irvine James Ternida, Certified Nursing Associate

Class 4111, Range 108 at $27,352 per year

Replacements

Effective April 9, 2018

Ashley Wilson, Certified Nursing Associate

Class 4111, Range 108 at $27,352 per year

Community Services 5000-1650:

Effective April 12, 2018

Katie Chierigatti, Case Manager

Class 1931, Range 110 at $38,500 per year

Community Services 5000-1720:

Effective April 16, 2018

Hannah Gunnell, Case Manager

Class 1931, Range 110 at $38,500 per year

Human Resources/Workforce Development 5000-2840:

Effective April 11, 2018

Annie Davis, Network Analyst

Class 1464, Range 312 at $55,000 per year

Promotions

Care Center 1200-2065:

Effective April 11, 2018

Elizabeth Walker, Volunteer Services Supervisor

Class 4153, Range 111 at $43,000 per year, from

Class 4163, Range 109 at $36,413 per year

Division Of Transportation 1500-3510:

Effective April 11, 2018

Buddy Johnson, Equipment Operator I

Class 3331 at $40,000 per year, from

Class 3110 at $33,500 per year

Equity Increases

Information Technology 1100-2900:

Effective April 21, 2018

Robert Schuldt, GIS Analyst

Class 5119, Range 312 at $65,199 per year, from

$51,921 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

James Tompkins, GIS Technician

Class 5115, Range 210 at $50,497 per year, from

$42,794 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Michelle Zakosek, GIS Analyst

Class 5119, Range 312 at $65,199 per year, from

$62,691 per year

Public Works 2000-2555:

Effective April 21, 2018

Jonathan Adams, Engineering Technician

Class 5121, Range 210 at $51,000 per year, from

$47,858 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Thomas Dyba, Principal Wastewater Operator

Class 3224, Range 213 at $93,500 per year, from

$90,382 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

James Joers, Principal Water Operator

Class 3233, Range 213 at $93,500 per year, from

$87,676 per year

Equity Increases:

Effective April 21, 2018

Dwane Kozak, Water/Wastewater Maintenance Manager

Class 3218, Range 214 at $97,500 per year, from

$89,994 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Sean O’Leary, Electrical Systems Supervisor

Class 3129, Range 214 at $93,500 per year, from

$88,434 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Genevieve Polewski, Engineering Technician

Class 5121, Range 210 at $58,000 per year, from

$52,737 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

Jay Puckett, Senior Network Analyst

Class 1469, Range 313 at $62,000 per year, from

$57,412 per year

Effective April 21, 2018

James Throw, Water/Wastewater Maintenance Manager

Class 3218, Range 214 at $97,500 per year, from

$92,049 per year

Temporary

Care Center 1200-2050:

Effective April 9, 2018

Mary Budner, Certified Nursing Associate

Class 4111, Range 108 at $13.00 per hour

Temporary

Effective April 9, 2018

Jennifer Kunstman, Certified Nursing Associate

Class 4111, Range 108 at $13.00 per hour

Effective April 9, 2018

Thanh Le, Certified Nursing Associate

Class 4111, Range 108 at $13.00 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 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #FI-P-0118-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

FI-P-0118-18

Awarding Resolution Issued To Casco International Inc., D/B/A Eagle Recognition, A C.A. Short Company To Provide Employee Anniversary Awards (Contract Total Amount: $29,105.00)

Whereas, proposals have been taken in accordance with County Board policy; and

Whereas, the Finance Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract purchase order for the renewal of RFP 17-047-BF awarded Casco International Inc., d/b/a Eagle Recognition, a C.A. Short Company for employee service awards, for the period June 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019 for Human Resources.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that County Contract covering said, for employee service awards, for the period June 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019 for Human Resources, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Casco International Inc., d/b/a Eagle Recognition, a C.A. Short Company, 4205 East Dixon Boulevard, Shelby, North Carolina 28152, for a contract total amount of $29,105.00, first of three optional one year renewals #17-047-BF.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Krajewski moved, seconded by Member Tornatore, that an Animal Caretaker be authorized to travel to attend a Conference in Bloomington, Illinois from June 3-6, 2018, expenses to include registration, mileage, tolls, lodging and per diem for the estimated maximum total of $821.70.

Member Zay stated that the Board needs to look at travel motions. There have been over 22 travel requests this year. He doesn’t see other departments traveling this much.

Member Krajewski moved, seconded by Member Tornatore, that an Animal Caretaker be authorized to travel to attend a Conference in Bloomington, Illinois, from June 3-6, 2018, expenses to include registration, mileage, tolls, lodging and per diem for the estimated maximum total of $821.70. On roll call, Members Anderson, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore and Wiley voted “aye.” Members Chaplin and Zay voted “nay.” Members Grant and Grasso were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Krajewski moved, seconded by Member Larsen, that a Senior Intake/Adoption & Client Services Coordinator be authorized to travel to attend a Conference in Bloomington, Illinois, from June 3-6, 2018, expenses to include registration, mileage, tolls, lodging and per diem for the estimated maximum total of $811.00. On roll call, Members Anderson, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore and Wiley voted “aye.” Members Chaplin and Zay voted “nay.” Members Grant and Grasso were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Krajewski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #EN-R-0128- 18, Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Naperville and the County of DuPage to Provide Funding for the Operation of a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility, be approved and adopted.

Member Zay stated that the contract said that we should receive quarterly reports. He doesn’t see how this helps other portions of the County since this facility is located in the southwest corner of the County. He felt they may need to divide the money to help other parts of the County. Joy Hinz, Environmental Specialist II, replied that they do get statistics from Naperville and that she would be happy to share them with the Board members.

Member Zay said that some of the money should be given to his District. He would like to see the statistics to see if his constituents are benefiting from this program. He requested that moving forward, the statistics be included in their packets.

Member Krajewski remarked that this is the busiest location in the State. The EPA is discussing taking money away from this facility and giving it to other sites.

Member Healy stated that he hopes we can get the statistics out so the Board can see who uses the facility. He thanked the City of Naperville for hosting this site. People come from all over the County. The EPA needs to fund this facility.

Member DiCianni said that it opened in 2010 and that it is a state of the art facility. We need to support them. It keeps bad things out of the water.

Member Khouri remarked that there are certain products that are only handled at this facility. She questioned why the EPA wanted to pull funding. Ms. Hinz replied that it is only one of four facilities throughout Illinois. The EPA would like to host one day events instead of having a permanent site.

Member Krajewski stated that Will and Kane County fund this facility along with the City of Naperville and DuPage County.

Member Krajewski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #EN-R-0128-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Tornatore and Wiley voted “aye.” Members Puchalski and Zay voted “nay.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

EN-R-0128-18

Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City Of Naperville And The County Of Du Page To Provide Funding For The Operation Of A Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

Whereas, the Illinois General Assembly has granted the County of DuPage, Illinois (“County”) authority to plan for the management of the County’s waste stream pursuant to the Solid Waste Planning and Recycling Act (415 ILCS 15/1, et seq.); and

Whereas, County of DuPage in 1996 adopted the “DuPage County Solid Waste Plan”; and has subsequently amended such as required by statute; and

Whereas, the Solid Waste Plan recommends that the toxicity of the residential waste stream be reduced through the diversion and appropriate management of household hazardous waste, which is the subject of this Intergovernmental Agreement; and

Whereas, the City of Naperville (“City”) and the County are public agencies within the meaning of the Illinois “Intergovernmental Cooperation Act”, as specified at 5 ILCS 220/1, et seq., and are authorized by Article 7, Section 10 of the Constitution of State of the Illinois to cooperate for public purposes; and

Whereas, the purpose of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act and Article 7 of the Constitution of the State of Illinois includes fostering cooperation among governmental bodies; and

Whereas, the City and County have determined that it is in their best interests that the Facility continue to provide HHW services to all DuPage County residents and seek to enter into an intergovernmental agreement to accomplish this purpose (Exhibit A1); and

Whereas, the City and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (”Agency”), entered into an Addendum to the Intergovernmental Agreement (a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit A2) for the continuation of cooperative funding and operation of a household hazardous waste (“HHW”) collection facility on City- owned property (hereinafter referred to as the “Facility”); and

Whereas, because DuPage County will provide operational funding for the service area of the Facility at a cost not to exceed $100,000.00 (One Hundred Thousand and no/100 Dollars) during the term of this Intergovernmental Agreement (“Agreement”), it is in the parties’ best interest to clarify their rights and responsibilities with respect to the Facility through this Agreement; and

Whereas, the Environmental Committee has reviewed and recommends County Board approval of the attached Agreement.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, by the DuPage County Board that the attached Intergovernmental between the City of Naperville and the County of DuPage is hereby accepted and approved.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Larsen reminded everyone that the Annual Chili Cookoff is being held today in the Auditorium. He encouraged all to attend.

Member Larsen thanked Mary Keating, Director of Community Services, for her help in securing funding for the Human Services agencies.

Member Larsen moved, seconded by Member Khouri, that Resolution #HHS-R-0130-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Members Grant and Puchalski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

HHS-R-0130-18

Allocation Of $1,000,000 County Funding To Human Services Agencies

Whereas, the County Board authorized funding of $1,000,000 in the FY18 budget for supporting various agencies that provide human service programs which meet a legitimate County statutory purpose; and

Whereas, 60 agencies submitted application requests totaling $2,614,525; and

Whereas, this funding supports programs that address the human service needs of low income persons in DuPage County; and

Whereas, the Health and Human Services Committee, has reviewed the recommendations of staff and the applications submitted by the various agencies and is recommending funding for 60 applications.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that the agencies and funding levels as detailed in Attachment I to this Resolution be approved; and

Be It Further Resolved, that the Department of Community Services notify the various agencies involved and establish any appropriate processes for funding distribution, program monitoring and program evaluation; and

Be It Further Resolved, that the Director of the Department of Community Services is hereby authorized to enter in to agreements pursuant to this Resolution; and

Be It Further Resolved, that a copy of this Resolution be distributed to the Auditor, Treasurer, Finance Department, Community Services Department and one copy to the County Board.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Larsen moved, seconded by Member Khouri, that Resolution #HHS-P-0105-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Members Grant and Puchalski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

HHS-P-0105-18

Awarding Resolution Issued To Medline Industries Inc. For Examination Gloves For The Du Page Care Center ($75,570.40)

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

Whereas, the Health and Human Service Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract purchase order for the purchase of examination gloves, for the period May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019, for the DuPage Care Center.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that County Contract covering said for examination gloves, for the period May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019, for the DuPage Care Center, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Medline Industries Inc., Three Lakes Drive, Northfield, Illinois 60093, for a total contract amount not to exceed $75,570.40, per lowest responsible bid #18-047-GV.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Larsen moved, seconded by Member Khouri, that a Communications Specialist be authorized to attend a Conference on Volunteer Engagement & Leadership in St. Paul, Minnesota from June 6-8, 2018, all expenses to be paid by the Giving DuPage budget. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Members Grant and Puchalski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Larsen moved, seconded by Member Khouri, that a Weatherization (WX) Assessor/Final Inspector be authorized to attend mandatory training at Field Exam Training Center in Champaign, Illinois from May 6-7, 2018, expenses to include lodging, miscellaneous expenses (parking, mileage, etc.) and per diems for approximate total of $398.25 - Illinois Home Weatherization Assistance Program DOE Grant Funded. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Members Grant and Puchalski were not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Eckhoff thanked Member Fichtner for his years of service.

Member Eckhoff moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #JPS-P-0115-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

JPS-P-0115-18

Awarding Resolution Issued To Dr. Michael Oliverio A Part Time Forensic Psychologist To Provide Offender Evaluations For Probation And Court Services (Contract Total Amount: $43,000.00)

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 Dr. Michael Oliverio, to provide a part time Forensic Psychologist, for offender evaluations that are referred by the court, for the period of April 16, 2018 through April 15, 2019, for Probation and Courts Services.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that County Requisition covering said, to provide a part time Forensic Psychologist, to provide offender evaluations that are referred by the court, for the period April 16, 2018 through April 15, 2019, for the Probation and Court Services, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Dr. Michael Oliverio, P.O. Box 203, St. Charles, Illinois 60174, for a contract total amount not to exceed $43,000.00. Other Professional Service not subject to competitive bidding per 55 ILCS 5/5-1022(a). Vendor selected to DuPage County Code Section 2-300.4-108(1) (b).

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Eckhoff moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #JPS-P-0116-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

JPS-P-0116-18

Awarding Resolution Issued To Life Technologies Corporation For An Automated Extraction System With An Extended 2 Year Warranty For The Sheriff’s Office (Contract Total Amount $49,165.10)

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 for Life Technologies Corporation for an Automated Extraction System with an extended 2-year warranty for the Sheriff’s Office.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that County Requisition, covering said to provide an Automated Extraction System with an extended 2-year warranty for the Sheriff’s Office, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Life Technologies Corporation, 5791 Van Allen Way, Carlsbad, California 92008, for a contract total not to exceed $49,165.10.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Eckhoff moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #JPS-P-0024B-16 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

JPS-P-0024B-16

Amendment To Resolution Jps-P-0024a-16 Issued To Allied Universal Security Service To Provide Security Services For The Office Of Homeland Security And Emergency Management (Increase Contract Total Amount $3,681.51)

Whereas, Resolution JPS-P-0024-16 was approved and adopted by the County Board on January 26, 2016; and

Whereas, Resolution JPS-P-0024A-16 was approved and adopted by the County Board on April 11, 2017 increasing the contract $26,333.44; and

Whereas, the Judicial Public Safety Committee recommends changes as stated in the Change Order Notice to increase the Contract Purchase Order 2382-0001 in the amount of $3,681.51 for the Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that County Board adopts the Change Order Notice dated March 12, 2018, increasing Contract Purchase Order #2382-0001 issued to Allied Universal Security Service $3,681.51 for the Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management/Security Division, resulting in an amended contract total amount of $2,415,979.12, an increase of 0.15%.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Eckhoff moved, seconded by Member Healy, that an OHSEM Coordinator be authorized to travel to Springfield, Illinois on April 24-27, 2018 to attend Emergency Management Assistance Training (EMAT) and to present at the Illinois Emergency Services Management Association (IESMA) Conference, all costs are being covered by IESMA. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Noonan, that Resolution #FM-P-0113-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

FM-P-0113-18

Awarding Resolution Issued To Alliance Window Cleaning Inc. To Provide Window Washing Services For County Facilities For Facilities Management (Contract Total Not To Exceed $29,990.00)

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 Alliance Window Cleaning Inc., to provide window washing services for the County facilities, for the period April 11, 2018 through April 10, 2020, for Facilities Management.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that County Contract, covering said to provide window washing services for the County facilities, for the period April 11, 2018 through April 10, 2020, for Facilities Management, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Alliance Window Cleaning Inc., 1817 East Fabian Parkway, West Chicago, Illinois 60185, for a total contract amount not to exceed $29,990.00, per lowest responsible bid #18-049-GV.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Noonan, that Resolution #PW-P-0112-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

PW-P-0112-18

Awarding Resolution To Johnson Controls Fire Protection Lp To Furnish And Install A Fire Protection System In The Southeast Regional Water Facility (Serwf) Filter Building (Contract Total Amount $51,764.00)

Whereas, pursuant to Intergovernmental Agreement between the County of DuPage and the National Joint Powers Association (NJPA), the County of DuPage will contract with Johnson Controls Fire Protection, LP; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract purchase order to furnish and install a fire protection system in the SERWF filter building, for the Public Works Department.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that County contract covering said, to furnish and install a fire protection system in the SERWF filter building, for Public Works, be, and is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Johnson Controls Fire Protection LP, 4700 Exchange Court, Suite 300, Boca Raton, Florida 33431, for a contract total amount of $51,764.00.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Fichtner, that the Committee be discharged in order to consider Resolution #PW-P-0121-18, Approval of Contract and Purchase Order by the County of DuPage, Illinois with Parkson Corporation for the Purchase of Replacement HioX Aeration Panels at the Woodridge-Greene Valley Wastewater Facility and the Knollwood Wastewater Facility. On voice vote, motion carried.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #PW-P-0121-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

PW-P-0121-18

Approval Of Contract And Purchase Order By The County Of Du Page, Illinois With Parkson Corporation For The Purchase Of Replacement Hiox Aeration Panels At The Woodridge-Greene Valley Wastewater Facility And The Knollwood Wastewater Facility

Whereas, the Parkson Corporation manufactures HiOX Aeration Panels that the County utilizes in the aeration tanks of the sewage treatment facilities the County maintains; and

Whereas, in 2009, the County awarded a contract to Parkson Corporation for the purchase of one hundred twenty-eight (128) aeration tank panels for use at the Woodridge- Greene Valley Wastewater Facility; and

Whereas, in 2011, the County awarded a contract to Parkson Corporation for the purchase of five hundred seventy-one (571) aeration tank panels for use at the Woodridge- Greene Valley Wastewater Facility and the Knollwood Wastewater Facility; and

Whereas, the Parkson Corporation and the County have determined that the aeration tank panels located in two of the three aeration tanks at the Woodridge Greene-Valley Wastewater Facility have begun to fail prior to the end of the panels’ reasonably anticipated useful lives; and

Whereas, the Parkson Corporation and the County expect that the remaining aeration panels at the Woodridge Green-Valley Wastewater Facility and the Knollwood Wastewater Facility will experience similar failures of its aeration tank panels prior to the end of the panels’ reasonably anticipated useful lives; and

Whereas, the warranty coverage the Parkson Corporation provides for the aeration panels installed at both County wastewater facilities has expired; and

Whereas, the County has determined that it cannot continue to operate the aeration tanks at the Woodridge-Green Valley Wastewater Facility consistent with the regulations promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency without the immediate replacement the aeration panels and that an emergency procurement situation is imminent; and

Whereas, Parkson Corporation was the sole bidder in 2011 to provide aeration panels to the County in response to an invitation to bid which permitted providers of other aeration systems the opportunity to demonstrate their technologies and plan for retrofitting existing County facilities; and

Whereas, the County has determined that the cost of retrofitting the aeration tanks at the Woodridge-Greene Valley Wastewater Facility and the Knollwood Wastewater Facility to use another manufacturer’s aeration products is prohibitively expensive so as to constitute a circumstance unsuitable for competitive bidding; and

Whereas, the Parkson Corporation and the County have negotiated an agreement whereby the County will agree to forego any legal remedy it may have against Parkson arising from the 2009 and 2011 procurements in exchange for the ability to purchase a total of two hundred (200) HiOX Messner aeration panels at a unit cost below the County’s 2011 purchase price, with the option to purchase an additional two hundred (200) panels by 2019 at the same price, as well as for other valuable consideration as more fully set forth in the attached contract and purchase order.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, County Contract issued to Parkson Corporation to furnish and deliver replacement Messner HiOX aeration panels at the Woodridge Greene Valley Treatment Facility, for Public Works, be and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Parkson Corporation, 1401 West Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309, for a total contract amount not to exceed $280,181.00

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #PW-0033E-97 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

PW-0033E-97

Glen Ellyn Heights Water Tower Lease Agreement Renewal With Sprint

Whereas, pursuant to authority granted by the Illinois General Assembly at 55 ILCS 5/5-15007 (1992), the County of DuPage (“County”) owns and operates a waterworks and water tower known as the Glen Ellyn Heights DuPage County Water Tower; and

Whereas, the DuPage County Board previously approved a lease with Sprint Nextel, a Kansas Corporation (“Tenant”) by Resolution PW-0033-97; and

Whereas, Sprint has requested a renewal of the lease of the Glen Ellyn Heights Water Tower pursuant to the renewal terms provided for in said lease; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee of the DuPage County Board has reviewed and recommends approval of a five year renewal term from June 1, 2018 through June 1, 2023, for the Glen Ellyn Heights Water Tower Lease Agreement between the County and Tenant with a monthly rental amount of $4,360,11. Rent shall be increased on each annual anniversary of the Commencement Date by an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the rent for the previous year.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, by the DuPage County Board that the Glen Ellyn Heights Tower Lease Agreement is hereby approved and renewed, and that the Chairman of the County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute any documents necessary for said renewal on behalf of the County of DuPage; and

Be It Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit certified copies of this Resolution to Sprint, 6391 Sprint Parkway, Overland Park, Kansas 66251- 2650, Attn: Property Services, Anthony E. Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office and Susan Snow, 7900 Route 53, Woodridge, Illinois 60517.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #PW-0032F-97 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

PW-0032F-97

Nordic Park Water Tower Lease Agreement Renewal With Sprint

Whereas, pursuant to authority granted by the Illinois General Assembly at 55 ILCS 5/5-15007 (1992), the County of DuPage (“County”) owns and operates a waterworks and water tower known as the Nordic Park DuPage County Water Tower; and

Whereas, the DuPage County Board previously approved a lease with Sprint, a Kansas Corporation (“Tenant”) by Resolution PW-0032-97; and

Whereas, Sprint has requested a renewal of the lease of the Nordic Park Water Tower pursuant to the renewal terms provided for in said lease; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee of the DuPage County Board has reviewed and recommends approval of a five year renewal term from May 1, 2018 through May 1, 2023, for the Nordic Park Water Tower Lease Agreement between the County and Tenant with a monthly rental amount of $4,186.00. Rent shall be increased on each annual anniversary of the Commencement Date by an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the rent for the previous year.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, by the DuPage County Board that the Nordic Park Tower Lease Agreement is hereby approved and renewed, and that the Chairman of the County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute any documents necessary for said renewal on behalf of the County of DuPage; and

Be It Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit certified copies of this Resolution to Sprint, 6391 Sprint Parkway, Overland Park, Kansas 66251- 2650, Attn: Property Services, Anthony E. Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office and Susan Snow, 7900 Route 53, Woodridge Illinois 60517.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Healy moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #PW-0001B-08 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

PW-0001B-08

Steeple Run Water Tower Lease Agreement Renewal With T-Mobile

Whereas, pursuant to authority granted by the Illinois General Assembly at 55 ILCS 5/5-15007 (1992), the County of DuPage (“County”) owns and operates a waterworks and water tower known as the Steeple Run DuPage County Water Tower; and

Whereas, the DuPage County Board previously approved a lease with T-Mobile (“Tenant”) by Resolution PW-0001-08 and amended and/or renewed by subsequent County Board Resolutions: and

Whereas, T-Mobile has requested a renewal of the lease of the Steeple Run Water Tower pursuant to the renewal terms provided for in said lease; and

Whereas, the Public Works Committee of the DuPage County Board has reviewed and recommends approval of a five year renewal term from May 22, 2018 through May 22, 2023, for the Steeple Run Water Tower Lease Agreement between the County and Tenant with a monthly rental amount of $4,112.96. Rent shall be increased on each annual anniversary of the Commencement Date by an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the rent for the previous year.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, by the DuPage County Board that the Steeple Run Water Tower Lease Agreement is hereby approved and renewed, and that the Chairman of the County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute any documents necessary for said renewal on behalf of the County of DuPage; and

Be It Further Resolved that the DuPage County Clerk be directed to transmit certified copies of this Resolution to T-Mobile USA Inc., Attn: Lease Compliance, 12920 SE 38th Street, Bellevue, Washington 98006, Anthony E. Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office and Susan Snow, 7900 Route 53, Woodridge, Illinois 60517.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #SM-R-0124-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

SM-R-0124-18

Interdepartmental Memorandum Of Understanding For Project Cdbg-Dr-15 - Redmond Reservoir Expansion Project - Between The County Of Du Page And Du Page Stormwater Department

This Interdepartmental Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is entered into this 10th day of April, 2018, by and between the DuPage County Stormwater Management Department and the DuPage Community Development Commission (collectively the “Parties”), for funding of the “Redmond Reservoir Expansion Project” (hereinafter referred to as “Project”).

Whereas, a Stormwater Master Plan and subsequent Drainage Study was performed by the Village of Bensenville; and

Whereas, this project was identified as part of the recommended improvements in the studies; and

Whereas, DuPage County has received over $31,000,000 distributed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) from the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief (CDBG-DR) for projects related to flooding that occurred in April 2013; and

Whereas, the Community Development Commission is responsible for the oversight and payment of CDBG-DR funds to support construction of the Project in the amount of $2,452,982.80; and

Whereas, the Parties wish to memorialize this funding agreement; and

Whereas, the attached MOU has been prepared to serve as the basis for interdepartmental cooperation, with regard to the funding responsibilities of the Parties for the PROJECT.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached MOU is hereby accepted and approved, and the Chairman of the County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute the MOU on behalf of the County of DuPage; and

Be It Further Resolved that the County Clerk is hereby directed to transmit certified copies of this Resolution and the attached MOU to Anthony Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office, DuPage County Community Development and DuPage County Stormwater Management.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Puchalski, that Resolution #SM-R-0125-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

SM-R-0125-18

Intergovernmental Agreement Between The Village Of Addison And The County Of Du Page, Illinois For The Implementation Of The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Program In The East Branch Du Page River And Salt Creek Watersheds

Whereas, the County of DuPage (“County”) and Village of Addison (“Municipality”) are public agencies within the meaning of Illinois Intergovernmental Corporation Act, 5 ILCS 220/1 et seq.; and

Whereas, the purpose of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act and Article 7, Section 10 of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois include fostering cooperation among units of local government in planning and providing services to their citizens; 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, General National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”) Permit No. ILR40 authorizes discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s); and

Whereas, MS4s are defined in 40 CFR 122.26(b) (16) as designated for permit authorization pursuant to 40 CFR 122.32; and

Whereas, both the County and Municipality have submitted an Illinois MS4 Notice of Intent (“NOI”) to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (“IEPA”) for coverage under ILR40; and

Whereas, the General NPDES Permit No. ILR40 requires development, implementation and enforcement of a stormwater management program designed to reduce the discharge of pollutants from small municipal storm sewer systems to the maximum extent practicable to protect water quality, and to satisfy the appropriate water quality requirements of the Illinois Pollution Control Board Rules and Regulations (35 III. Adm. Code, Subtitle C, Chapter 1) and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. § 1251 et seq.); and

Whereas, the stormwater management program must include the minimum control measures described in the General NPDES Permit No. ILR 40, Part IV, Section B; and

Whereas, the Municipality and County have each determined that they could realize cost savings by utilizing County equipment, vehicles and personnel to complete these minimum control measures, subject to the latter’s availability; and

Whereas, the General NPDES Permit No. ILR40 Part IV, Section D authorizes Sharing Responsibility; and

Whereas, in consideration of the premises and mutual covenants contained herein, and in the spirit of intergovernmental cooperation, the County and the Municipality have agreed to cooperate with each other in the area of NPDES compliance as set forth in the attached Intergovernmental Agreement.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached Intergovernmental Agreement between the County of DuPage and Village of Addison, is hereby accepted and approved, and that the Chairman of the DuPage County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute this 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 Addison, 1 Friendship Plaza, Addison, Illinois 60101 and Anthony Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Chaplin, that Resolution #SM-R-0126-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

SM-R-0126-18

Intergovernmental Agreement Between The Village Of Hanover Park And The County Of Du Page, Illinois For The Implementation Of The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Program In The West Branch Du Page River And Poplar Creek South Branch Watersheds

Whereas, the County of DuPage (“County”) and Village of Hanover Park (“Municipality”) are public agencies within the meaning of Illinois Intergovernmental Corporation Act, 5 ILCS 220/1 et seq.; and

Whereas, the purpose of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act and Article 7, Section 10 of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois include fostering cooperation among units of local government in planning and providing services to their citizens; 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, General National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”) Permit No. ILR40 authorizes discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s); and

Whereas, MS4s are defined in 40 CFR 122.26(b) (16) as designated for permit authorization pursuant to 40 CFR 122.32; and

Whereas, both the County and Municipality have submitted an Illinois MS4 Notice of Intent (“NOI”) to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (“IEPA”) for coverage under ILR40; and

Whereas, the General NPDES Permit No. ILR40 requires development, implementation, and enforcement of a stormwater management program designed to reduce the discharge of pollutants from small municipal storm sewer systems to the maximum extent practicable to protect water quality, and to satisfy the appropriate water quality requirements of the Illinois Pollution Control Board Rules and Regulations (35 III. Adm. Code, Subtitle C, Chapter 1) and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. § 1251 et seq.); and

Whereas, the stormwater management program must include the minimum control measures described in the General NPDES Permit No. ILR 40, Part IV, Section B; and

Whereas, the Municipality and County have each determined that they could realize cost savings by utilizing County equipment, vehicles and personnel to complete these minimum control measures, subject to the latter’s availability; and

Whereas, the General NPDES Permit No. ILR40 Part IV, Section D authorizes Sharing Responsibility; and

Whereas, in consideration of the premises and mutual covenants contained herein, and in the spirit of intergovernmental cooperation, the County and the Municipality have agreed to cooperate with each other in the area of NPDES compliance as set forth in the attached Intergovernmental Agreement.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the DuPage County Board that the attached Intergovernmental Agreement between the County of DuPage and Village of Hanover Park, is hereby accepted and approved, and that the Chairman of the DuPage County Board is hereby authorized and directed to execute this 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 Hanover Park, 2041 Lake Street, Hanover Park, Illinois 60133 and Anthony Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #SM-P-0103-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

SM-P-0103-18

Intergovernmental Agreement Between County Of Du Page, Illinois And Oak Brook Park District For The Central Park Bmp Water Quality Improvement Project

Whereas, the Oak Brook Park District (“Park District”) 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 Park District has developed a conceptual design report for the design, construction, and maintenance of multi-faceted Best Management Practices project at their Central Park Campus to include removing a failing dam, installing permeable pavement, creating a native vegetated swale, and restoring the streambank and riparian corridor of Ginger Creek (herein referred to as the “Project”); and

Whereas, the County and the Park District have determined that the construction of the Project will benefit local citizens by improving the water quality and reduction of stormwater runoff into the Salt Creek watershed; and

Whereas, the Park District 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 One hundred thousand dollars and no cents ($100,000.00); and

Whereas, the Park District shall pay all Project expenses up front and will be reimbursed for qualified expenses per this Agreement; and

Whereas, the Park District 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 Park District is hereby accepted and approved in an amount not to exceed One hundred thousand dollars and no cents ($100,000.00); 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 Oak Brook Park District, 1450 Forest Gate Road, Oak Brook, Illinois 60523 and Anthony Hayman, State’s Attorney’s Office.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Larsen, that Resolution #SM-P-0104-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

SM-P-0104-18

Awarding Resolution Issued To Earthwerks Land Improvement And Development Corporation Inc. For The Construction Of The Redmond Reservoir Expansion Project (Contract Amount $2,452,982.80)

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 Stormwater Management Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract purchase order to Earthwerks Land Improvement and Development Corporation Inc., to furnish all equipment, labor, material, tools and supervision necessary for the construction of flood control improvements associated with the Redmond Reservoir Expansion - Village of Bensenville Project.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that County Contract, covering said, to furnish all equipment, labor, material, tools and supervision necessary for the construction of flood control improvements associated with the Redmond Reservoir Expansion - Village of Bensenville Project, for Stormwater Management, be and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order by the Procurement Division to Earthwerks Land Improvement and Development Corporation Inc., 1240 Lyon Road, Batavia, Illinois 60510 for the total contract amount not to exceed $2,452,982.80 per lowest responsible Bid #18-035-DT.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Wiley moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #TE-P-0117-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

TE-P-0117-18

Awarding Resolution To At&T Mobility Ii Llc D/B/A At&T Mobility - National Act For The Purchase Of Airwatch Mobile Device Management Suite (Contract Total: $27,300.00)

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

Whereas, the Technology Committee recommends County Board approval for the issuance of a contract purchase order to AT&T Mobility II LLC d/b/a/AT&T Mobility - National Act, for the procurement of AirWatch Mobile Device Management Suite to manage smartphones assigned to County employees, for the period of May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019, for Information Technology.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that the contract, covering said, for the procurement of AirWatch Mobile Device Management Suite to manage smartphones assigned to County employees, for the period of May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019, for Information Technology, be, and it is hereby approved for issuance of a contract purchase order, by the Procurement Division to AT&T Mobility II LLC, d/b/a/ AT&T Mobility - National Act, 95 West Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005, for a contract total amount of $27,300.00. Per 55 ILCS 5/5-1022 Competitive Bids (d) IT/Telecom purchases under $35,000.00.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Zay, that Resolution #DT-R-0108-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

DT-R-0108-18

Intergovernmental Agreement Between The County Of Du Page, Illinois And The Village Of Carol Stream For The Installation Of A Span Wire Traffic Signal At Ch 7/St. Charles Road And President Street Including Future Maintenance/Energy Responsibilities Section 18-00297-00-Tl (Estimated Village Reimbursement $75,000.00)

Whereas, the County of DuPage (hereinafter referred to as CountY) and the Village of Carol Stream (hereinafter referred to as Village) 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 County is preparing plans and specifications for the installation of a span wire four (4) way traffic signal at the intersection of CH 7/St. Charles Road and President Street, known as County Section No. 18-00297-00-TL (hereinafter referred to as Traffic Signal); and

Whereas, the County and the Village, in order to facilitate the free flow of traffic and to ensure the safety of the public desire to install said Traffic Signal; and

Whereas, an Intergovernmental Agreement has been prepared and is attached that outlines the installation and future maintenance responsibilities including financial obligations of the County and the Village related to the Traffic Signal; 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 one (1) original copy of this Resolution and Intergovernmental Agreement be sent to the Village, by and through the Division of Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-R-0119-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

DT-R-0119-18

Awarding Resolution To Arrow Road Construction Company 2018 Pavement Maintenance (North) Program Section 18-Pvmtc-09-Gm (County Cost: $3,084,750.70)

Whereas, the County of DuPage is authorized and empowered to construct, repair, improve and maintain County and/or township roads, bridges and appurtenances; and

Whereas, the County of DuPage has published a contract proposal for the 2018 Pavement Maintenance (North) Program, Section 18-PVMTC-09-GM, setting forth the terms, conditions, and specification (a copy of which is incorporated herein by reference); and

Whereas, the budget for the 2018 fiscal year provides for the construction and maintenance of roads, bridges and appurtenances; and

Whereas, the following bids were received in compliance with the contract proposal:

Name; Bid Amount

Arrow Road Construction Company; $3,084,750.70

R.W. Dunteman Company; $3,138,198.96

K-Five Construction Corporation; $3,377,525.75

Plote Construction Inc.; $3,598,076.63

; and

Whereas, it has been determined that it is in the best interest of the County of DuPage to award a contract to Arrow Road Construction Company for their submission of the lowest, most responsible bid in the amount of $3,084,750.70.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that a contract in accordance with the terms, conditions, and specifications set forth in said contract proposal be, and is hereby awarded to

Arrow Road Construction Company, 3401 South Busse Road, Mt. Prospect, Illinois 60056 for their bid of $3,084,750.70; and

Be It Further Resolved that monies be encumbered and set aside for the payment of said contract as follows:

Fund; Amount:

1500-3550-53320; $3,084,750.70

; and

Be It Further Resolved, that this contract is subject to the Prevailing Wage Act (820 ILCS 130), and as such, not less than the prevailing rate of wages as found by the Illinois Department of Labor shall be paid to all laborers, workers, or mechanics performing work under this contract; and

Be It Further Resolved that the County Clerk transmit a copy of this Resolution and the accompanying Illinois Department of Transportation BLR form appropriating the necessary motor fuel tax funds to pay for the improvement to the State of Illinois Department of Transportation, by and through the Division of Transportation; and

Be It Further Resolved, that the Chairman and Clerk of the DuPage County Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute the aforesaid contract with Arrow Road Construction Company.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-R-0121-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

DT-R-0121-18

Awarding Resolution To Thorne Electric Inc. Span Wire Traffic Signal Installation Ch 7/St. Charles Road At President Street Section 18-00297-00-Tl (County Cost: $100,726.70; County To Be Reimbursed 50%)

Whereas, the County of DuPage is authorized and empowered to construct, repair, improve and maintain County and/or township roads, bridges and appurtenances; and

Whereas, the County of DuPage has published a contract proposal for the installation of a span wire traffic signal at CH 7/St. Charles Road at President Street, Section 18-00297-00- TL, setting forth the terms, conditions, and specification (a copy of which is incorporated herein by reference); and

Whereas, the budget for the 2018 fiscal year provides for the construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and appurtenances; and

Whereas, the following bids were received in compliance with the contract proposal:

Name; Bid Amount:

Thorne Electric Company; $100,726.70

Virgil Cook & Son Inc.; $103,069.30

H&H Electric Company; $110,991.50

Home Towne Electric Inc.; $111,030.65

Meade Inc.; $115,074.28

; and

Whereas, it has been determined that it is in the best interest of the County of DuPage to award a contract to Thorne Electric Inc. for their submission of the lowest, most responsible bid in the amount of $100,726.70.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that a contract in accordance with the terms, conditions, and specifications set forth in said contract proposal be, and is hereby awarded to Thorne Electric Inc., 26W501 St. Charles Road, Carol Stream, Illinois 60188 for their bid of $100,726.70; and

Be It Further Resolved that monies be encumbered and set aside for the payment of said contract as follows:

Fund; Amount:

1500-3500-54050; $100,726.70

; and

Be It Further Resolved, that this contract is subject to the Prevailing Wage Act (820 ILCS 130), and as such, not less than the prevailing rate of wages as found by the Illinois Department of Labor shall be paid to all laborers, workers, or mechanics performing work under this contract; and

Be It Further Resolved, that the Chairman and Clerk of the DuPage County Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute the aforesaid contract with Thorne Electric Inc.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-R-0057A- 18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

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Resolution:

DT-R-0057A-18

Amendment To Resolution Dt-R-0057-18 First Amendment To The Agreement Between The County Of Du Page And Oxcart Permit Systems, Llc For Professional Overweight/Over Dimension Permitting Services

Whereas, the County of DuPage (hereinafter referred to as County) and Oxcart Permit Systems, LLC (hereinafter referred to as Oxcart) previously entered into an Agreement on February 27, 2018, for professional overweight/over dimension permitting services (hereinafter referred to as Agreement); and

Whereas, the County and Oxcart desire to enter into a First Amendment to said Agreement to revise a provision for the Cyber Liability Insurance in said Agreement; and

Whereas, said First Amendment to said Agreement (hereinafter referred to as Amendment) has been prepared and attached hereto; and

Whereas, said Amendment must be executed to revise said insurance provision for the Cyber Liability Insurance referenced in said Agreement.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the County Board of DuPage County, that the Chairman and Clerk of the Board be hereby directed and authorized to execute the referenced Amendment with Oxcart; and

Be It Further Resolved that a copy of this Resolution and one (1) executed Amendment be sent to Oxcart, by and through the Division of Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Ordinance #DT-O-0020-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

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Ordinance:

DT-O-0020-18

An Ordinance Authorizing The Execution Of An Intergovernmental Agreement Between The County Of Du Page And The Carol Stream Park District For The Multi-Use Path Along Ch 23/Gary Avenue From The Great Western Trail To Army Trail Road Section No. 11-00237-11-Bt (No County Cost)

Whereas, the County of DuPage (hereinafter referred to as County) proposes to improve CH 23/Gary Avenue, from the Great Western Trail to Army Trail Road by construction of a multi-use path, Section No. 11-00237-11-BT (hereinafter referred to as Project); and

Whereas, the County hereby determines that it is reasonable, necessary and in the public interest and welfare to acquire a grant of temporary construction easement over a portion of the Carol Stream Park District’s (hereinafter referred to as District) property for the Project; and

Whereas, as a condition precedent to a conveyance under Section 2 of the Transfer Act, the transferee must first declare by ordinance “that it is necessary or convenient for it to use, occupy or improve” the real estate held by the transferor municipality; and

Whereas, the County and the District have determined that it is necessary to enter into an intergovernmental agreement (hereinafter referred to as Agreement) for the County to acquire said grant of temporary construction easement and to define mutual Project responsibilities; and

Whereas, the County and the District are empowered to enter into this Agreement pursuant to the authority granted in the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, 5 ILCS 220/1, et seq., the Local Government Property Transfer Act (hereinafter referred to as Transfer Act) and in Article VII, Section 10, of the Illinois Constitution of 1970; and

Whereas, the District is empowered to convey their grant of temporary construction easement over a portion of the District’s property to the County upon a two- thirds vote of the District’s Board pursuant to the authority conferred by the Transfer Act.

Now, Therefore, Be It Ordained by the County Board of DuPage County, Illinois:

1. The recitals set forth above are incorporated herein and made a part hereof.

2. The County hereby declares that “it is necessary or convenient for it to use, occupy or improve” property owned by the District as referenced in the attached Agreement.

3. The Chairman is hereby authorized and directed to sign on behalf of the County, and the Clerk is hereby authorized to attest thereto, the Agreement entitled “Intergovernmental Agreement Between The County Of Du Page And The Carol Stream Park District For A Multi-Use Path Along Ch 23/Gary Avenue From The Great Western Trail To Army Trail Road, Section No. 11-00237-11-BT.”

4. The Director of Transportation/County Engineer or his designee is hereby authorized to execute any other documents necessary and pertinent to said Agreement and shall take such action as may be necessary to carry out the terms of said Agreement.

5. The Clerk is hereby directed to transmit a duplicate original of this authorizing Ordinance and Agreement to the Carol Stream Park District, by and through the Division of Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #DT-P-0093-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

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Resolution:

DT-P-0093-18

Awarding Resolution Issued To Patten Industries Inc. To Furnish And Deliver One (1) Caterpillar Medium Wheel Loader For The Division Of Transportation (Contract Total Not To Exceed $249,050.00)

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 Patten Industries Inc., to furnish and deliver one (1) Caterpillar model 962M medium wheel loader with options for the Division of Transportation.

Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that said contract to furnish and deliver one (1) Caterpillar model 962M medium wheel loader with options for the Division of Transportation, is hereby approved for issuance to Patten Industries Inc., 635 West Lake Street, Elmhurst, Illinois 60126, for a contract total not to exceed $249,050.00, per lowest responsible bid #18-015-LG.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Puchalski moved, seconded by Member DiCianni, that Resolution #DT-P-0097- 18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Elliott voted “nay.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Resolution:

DT-P-0097-18

Agreement Between The County Of Du Page, Illinois And Esi Consultants, Ltd. Professional Construction Engineering Services 2018 Pavement Maintenance (South) Program Section 18-Pvmtc-10-Gm (Contract Total Not To Exceed $287,527.32)

Whereas, the County of DuPage (hereinafter referred to as COUNTY) by virtue of its power set forth in “Counties Code” (55 ILCS 5/1-1001 et seq.) and “Illinois Highway Code” (605 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq.) is authorized to enter into this agreement; and

Whereas, The County requires Professional Construction Engineering Services for the 2018 Pavement Maintenance (South) Program, Section 18-PVMTC-10-GM; and

Whereas, ESI Consultants, Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Consultant) has experience and expertise in this area and is in the business of providing such professional construction engineering services, and is willing to perform the required services for an amount not to exceed $287,527.32; 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 Purchasing Ordinance; and

Whereas, the Transportation Committee has reviewed and recommends 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 be hereby accepted and approved for a contract total not to exceed $287,527.32 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 an original copy of this Resolution and Agreement be transmitted ESI Consultants, Ltd., 1979 North Mill Street, Suite 100, Naperville, Illinois 60563, by and through the Division of Transportation; and

Be It Further Resolved that the County Clerk transmit a copy of this Resolution and the accompanying Illinois Department of Transportation BLR form appropriating the necessary motor fuel tax funds to pay for the improvement to the State of Illinois Department of Transportation, by and through the Division of Transportation.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Member Elliott moved, seconded by Member Anderson, that pursuant to Open Meetings Act Sec. 2(c)(21), the Board go into Executive Session for the purpose of reviewing Executive Session minutes. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

Meeting reconvened. Member Zay moved, seconded by Member Healy, that Resolution #CB-R-0137-18 be approved and adopted. On roll call, Members Anderson, Chaplin, DiCianni, Eckhoff, Elliott, Fichtner, Grasso, Hart, Healy, Khouri, Krajewski, Larsen, Noonan, Puchalski, Tornatore, Wiley and Zay voted “aye.” Member Grant was not present at the time of roll call. Motion carried.

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Resolution:

CB-R-0137-18

Pertaining To The Review Of Executive Session Minutes

Whereas, the Illinois Open Meeting Act, 5 ILCS 120/1 et seq. provides the meeting of the County Board be open to the public except for certain statutorily enumerated types of business which because of a need for confidentiality may be conducted in closed or executive session; and

Whereas, Section 2.06(d) of the Act requires public bodies to periodically meet to review minutes of all closed meetings and at such meetings determine and reported in an open session that (1) the need for confidentiality still exists as to all or part of those minutes or (2) that the minutes or portions thereof no longer require confidential treatment and are available for public inspection; and

Whereas, the County Board has conducted the review required by Section 2.06(d) and has determined a need for confidentiality still exists as to the portions of the following meetings which were closed pursuant to Section 2(c)(1), Section 2(c)(2) and/or Section 2(c)(11) of the Act for the purposes of discussing collective negotiating matters and/or pending or threatened litigation, respectively:

February 8, 2010; August 10, 2010; September 28, 2010; October 12, 2010; October 26, 2010; November 9, 2010; February 22, 2011; April 12, 2011; May 24, 2011; July 26, 2011; October 11, 2011; March 13, 2012; May 8, 2012; July 24, 2012; August 14, 2012; August 28, 2012; September 11, 2012; December 11, 2012; February 12, 2013; February 26, 2013; March 12, 2013; April 9, 2013; April 23, 2013; May 14, 2013; May 28, 2013; June 11, 2013; June 25, 2013; August 13, 2013; September 10, 2013; October 8, 2013; November 12, 2013; November 26, 2013; December 10, 2013; February 25, 2014; May 13, 2014; May 27, 2014; June 3, 2014; June 24, 2014; July 8, 2014; October 28, 2014; December 17, 2014; January 13, 2015; January 27, 2015; February 10, 2015; March 24, 2015; June 9, 2015; June 23, 2015; October 13, 2015; January 26, 2016; May 8, 2016; April 26, 2016; May 10, 2016; June 28, 2016; July 12, 2016; October 25, 2016; November 8, 2016; January 24, 2017; March 14, 2017; March 28, 2017; July 18, 2017; August 22, 2017; September 12, 2017; October 24, 2017; January 23, 2018 and February 13, 2018.

Now Therefore Be It Resolved that the need for confidentiality still exists as to minutes and verbatim records of the meetings listed above where the County Board considered the release of closed session meeting minutes; and further

Be It Further Resolved, that the County Board shall conduct its next review of closed session minutes no later than its second meeting in October, 2018.

Enacted and approved this 10th day of April, 2018, at Wheaton, Illinois.

Under Unfinished Business, Member Grasso stated that the father of State’s Attorney employee Michael Sapp works for the Village of Burr Ridge. He is proud that the father passed down to his son the importance of public service.

Member Khouri thanked Member Fichtner for his wisdom and level headedness. She wished him good luck on his new endeavor.

Member Larsen stated that good government is because of good people like Member Fichtner. He also announced that Colonel Wiley is retiring from the army.

Member DiCianni thanked Chairman Cronin for his leadership on Autism. He also thanked Member Fichtner for his commitment to the City of Elmhurst and District 1.

Member Chaplin thanked Member Fichtner for his kindness and fairness. She wished him well. She also stated that 17 years ago Nick Kottmeyer came to her neighborhood and talked to them about Lake Michigan water. He calmed all their fears and the project was completed without incident.

Member Puchalski stated that he looked at the preview of the legislation on the Election Commission and asked the Chairman what he will say tomorrow in Springfield.

Chairman Cronin responded that he will testify before the House Committee on eliminating the DuPage Election Commission. He believes the Bill will pass.

Member Healy announced that today is former Board Member Pam Rion’s birthday.

Member Tornatore thanked Member Fichtner for taking the time to talk to him when he was first elected. He said that he is a great father and husband.

Member Elliott agreed with what everyone was saying about Member Fichtner and stated that when he was first elected, Member Fichtner came to his office.

Member Noonan thanked Member Fichtner for his leadership as an Alderman of Elmhurst before coming to the County Board. He wished him luck on his future endeavor.

Member Wiley also thanked Member Fichtner.

Member Krajewski said that when he was Mayor, he talked to Member Fichtner at a conference in Springfield, then he came to County Board.

Member Hart stated that as a junior member, he felt all Board Members respected Member Fichtner. He wished him the best of luck.

Member Anderson thanked Member Fichtner.

Member Fichtner moved, seconded by Member Puchalski, that this meeting of the County Board of DuPage County be adjourned to Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. On voice vote, motion carried.

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