CITY OF WARRENVILLE
CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
Monday, November 16, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.

In accordance with social distancing requirements, Governor Pritzker’s Executive Orders 2020-43 and 2020-44, and Section 7(e) of the Illinois Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120/7(e), and a determination by the Mayor of the City of Warrenville, this meeting will be held virtually.

At least one representative of the City will be at City Hall. The virtual meeting can be viewed at City Hall for members of the public who do not wish to call in and listen to the virtual meeting from another location. Pursuant to Gubernatorial Executive Orders 2020-43 2020-44, and 2020-70 that impose Tier 2 Resurgence Mitigation Restrictions on DuPage County, the total number of people who may gather at City Hall for the meeting is limited to 10 people. Accordingly, the opportunity to view and participate in the meeting at City Hall will be available on a “first come, first-served” basis, and members of the public are urged to call in and participate in the virtual meeting from an alternate location if possible.

Persons wishing to provide public comment are strongly encouraged to submit written comments via email at info@warrenville.il.us by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting.*

Meeting Access Information: Call: 1 (872) 240-3212; Access Code: 207-177-189


AGENDA

I. OPENING CEREMONIES
A. Call to Order
B. Roll Call
C. Pledge of Allegiance
D. Proclamation – Christmas Sharing Week 2020

II. CITIZENS COMMENTS 

III. OFFICIALS AND STAFF COMMENTS
A. Mayor
B. Clerk
C. Treasurer
D. Aldermen
E. Administrator
F. Attorney

IV. APPROVAL OF AGENDA (SUMMARY)
A. Approve Agenda for the November 16, 2020, City Council regular meeting

V. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
A. Approve minutes of the November 2, 2020, City Council regular meeting

B. Approve minutes of the November 9, 2020, Community Development Committee regular meeting

VI. CONSENT AGENDA – OMNIBUS VOTE
A. Accept staff recommendation, waive second reading, and pass ordinance O2020-38, Approving a Temporary Water and Sanitary Sewer Connection Incentive Program to temporarily reduce certain water and sanitary sewer tap-on fees

B. Accept staff recommendation, waive second reading, and pass ordinance O2020-39, amending City Code Title 3, Chapter 2, to increase the number of class A2 Liquor Licenses from seven (7) to eight (8)

C. Accept Community Development Committee recommendation, approve the revisions to the 2015 Strategic Plan Diversity Goal, waive second reading, and pass ordinance O2020-40, establishing the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Awareness Commission (IDEC) 

D. Accept Community Development Committee recommendation and pass resolution R2020-65, approving Change Order No. 1 to Task Order No. 11197222, with Terracon Consultants Inc., for engineering services in the amount of $1,500.00

E. Accept Mayor Brummel’s recommendation and pass resolution R2020-66, extending the duration of the March 16, 2020, Declaration of Emergency until the adjournment of the next regular, special, or emergency meeting of the City Council

F. Accept staff recommendation and pass resolution R2020-67, awarding the contract for the 2020 Underground Storage Tank Removal to Stiles Inc., of Loves Park, IL, in the amount of $111,520.00  (Stiles Inc. Bid Contract)

G. Accept staff recommendation and pass resolution R2020-68, approving a Task Order with Terracon Consultants Inc., for construction engineering services for the 2020 Underground Storage Tank Removal in an amount of $60,000

H. Accept Senior Civil Engineer Hocking’s recommendation and pass resolution R2020-69, approving the reduction of the public improvements letter of credit for Batavia Road Four-Lot Subdivision project, accepting the bill of sale and placing the project into the two-year maintenance period

I. Accept staff recommendation and pass resolution R2020-70, approving the Plat of Easement for Batavia Road Four-Lot Subdivision project

J. Accept staff recommendation and pass resolution R2020-71, approving the reduction of the public improvements security bond for Duke Realty Butterfield Unit 6 detention pond

K. Accept Community Development Committee recommendation and direct staff to work with the City Attorney and the Summerlakes HOA to prepare a stormwater management reimbursement agreement

L. Accept Community Development Committee recommendation and direct staff and the Plan Commission to conduct a formal public hearing to consider potential Zoning Ordinance text amendments supporting the establishment and operation of additional outdoor food and beverage seating improvements in the City

M. Accept Mayor Brummel’s recommendation and approve the reappointment of Robert Pepple as Ward 3 Plan Commissioner and Zoning Board of Appeals member for a term expiring November 16, 2025

N. Accept Mayor Brummel’s recommendation and approve the reappointment of Elizabeth Chapman as Ward 1 Plan Commissioner and Zoning Board of Appeals member for a term expiring November 16, 2025

O. Receive and file minutes of the Plan Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals regular meeting held on November 5, 2020

P. Receive and file report of invoices paid up to November11, 2020, in the amount of $115,721.89

Q. Authorize expenditures for invoices due on or before December 7, 2020, in the amount of $267,191.14


VII. REGULAR AGENDA
A. FY 2021 financial update and discussion of the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic

VIII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

IX. NEW BUSINESS

X. CLOSED SESSION

XI. ADJOURN


* For public comment submitted via email to be read out loud at the meeting, the comments must be:

(1) Typed or written legibly;
(2) No more than 500 words in length;
(3) Free of any abusive or obscene language; and
(4) Received at the e-mail address set forth in this agenda prior to the commencement of the meeting.


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