Elmhurst City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17, at , 209 N. York St. The meeting will be preceded by a closed session to discuss acquisition and disposition of real property and pending litigation.
The open meeting will begin with a recognition of and of the Elmhurst Heritage Foundation Ruth Strand Poster Contest winners.
A public forum will follow. Attendees are invited to speak for up to three minutes on any topic.
In addition to approval of minutes and approval of accounts payable, the consent agenda will include the following items:
- A request to adjust the hours of Sunday liquor sales will be referred to the Public Affairs and Safety Committee for review and recommendation. The request is to consider changing the Sunday hours for "pouring" from noon to 11 a.m.
- Appointment of Ella Budynski to the Elmhurst Historic Preservation Commission
- Appointment of Gina Brigham to the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners
- Appointment of Hosi P. Mehta, Erica Brady, Darin Evans, Patricia Palmer, Susan Chansey, Scott LaMorte and Joan Olson to the Commission on Youth
- Approval of vehicle sticker fee changes as recommended by the Finance, Council Affairs and Administrative Services Committee. Changes proposed to the senior citizen discount vehicle sticker fee program are one discounted sticker fee per senior citizen for passenger vehicles, RV's, motorcycles and trucks less than 4,800 pounds at a discount rate of 50 percent.
- Approval of renewal of $3 million line of credit agreement with
- Approval of amendments to Section 2.06 of the Elmhurst Municipal Code, "Council Rules of Order," and 2.09, "Committees"
- Approval of a request to amend the Elmhurst Zoning Ordinance regarding for a Zoning Ordinance map and/or text amendment. The amendments clarify procedures outlined by Illinois state statute. The Development, Planning and Zoning Committee will discuss further how to notify people of proposed zoning ordinance text amendments.
- Approval of an ordinance authorizing the sale of vehicles, water pumps, generators and other city property
- Approval of use of city property for the annual
- Approval of new stop signs at Armitage and Willow Road
- Awarding of a bid for installation of 26,029 feet of sewer lining to Insituform Technologies in the amount of $935,494
- Approval to enter into an agreement for banking services with Fifth Third Bank
- Approval of a lease agreement with Pilot Pete's coffee shop for 130 square feet of retail space in the Elmhurst Metra Station
Aldermen will then hear updates from Mayor Pete DiCianni, as well as a status update on the stormwater comprehensive plan from City Manager Jim Grabowski.
A vote will then be taken on a resolution to contract with