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2020-406

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $589,323.00 FOR PAYMENTS TO THE POLICE AND FIRE PENSION FUNDS
The Office of Budget and Management is requesting a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $589,323.00 from unappropriated fund balance related to Ordinance# 113.02.2020 which states the additional pension payments from the excess corporate fund balance shall not exceed an amount equal to 0.067 of the electric funds transferred into the corporate fund in Fiscal Year 2020.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  406.pdf     051-02-21.pdf  

2020-406

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $589,323.00 FOR PAYMENTS TO THE POLICE AND FIRE PENSION FUNDS
The Office of Budget and Management is requesting a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $589,323.00 from unappropriated fund balance related to Ordinance# 113.02.2020 which states the additional pension payments from the excess corporate fund balance shall not exceed an amount equal to 0.067 of the electric funds transferred into the corporate fund in Fiscal Year 2020.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  406.pdf     051-02-21.pdf  

2020-442

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A RENEWAL CABLE TELEVISION FRANCHISE AGREEMENT WITH COMCAST OF ILLINOIS/INDIANA/OHIO LLC FOR A PERIOD OF TEN YEARS
Authorizing a renewal franchise agreement for cable television with Comcast for a period of ten years.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  442.pdf  

2021-013

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN EXTENSION UNDER PROPOSAL NO. UE16-17 FOR PURCHASE, REMOVAL, AND BENEFICIAL USE OF FLY ASH FROM DALLMAN 4 WITH WM CCP SOLUTIONS, LLC, a/k/a FLYASHDIRECT THROUGH JULY 31, 2021, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 064-02-16 approved and authorized the execution of Proposal No. UE16-17 to WM CCP Solutions, LLC (“WM CCP”) for the purchase, removal, and beneficial use of Fly Ash from Dallman Unit 4 for five years. This Ordinance will extend the contract to July 31, 2021, with WM CCP (a/k/a “FlyAshDirect”), with no additional funds requested. This extension is for approximately four and half months time frame. CWLP currently has two contracts with two customers whereby the Utility is paid a per ton rate for allowing them to purchase and haul Fly Ash from Unit 4. Both of these customers use the fly ash as an additive for ready mix concrete. This contract expires March 17, 2021, while the other contract (UE18-12; Ozinga Cement; Ord. No. 279-07-18) expires July 31, 2021. CWLP would prefer to re-bid and award contracts that begin and expire on the same dates, thus the need for an extension through July 31, 2021, for Contract UE16-17. WM CCP has agreed to extend Contract UE16-17 under the same terms and conditions thru July 31, 2021. Currently, WM CCP pays CWLP approximately $3.00 per ton (based on 50% Revenue of Net Sales Price). They average about 350 tons of fly ash per month. Whereas Ozinga Cement under Contract UE18-12 pays CWLP $8.00 per ton, and they average about 2,500 tons per month when that quantity is available. This extension will allow WM CCP to continue to purchase Unit 4 Fly Ash until the new contract(s) are bid and awarded. CWLP will also benefit as it will provide a second paying customer that can remove fly ash from Unit 4 if unforeseen events should prevent Ozinga Cement from hauling fly ash for a period of time. If the vendors are not able or available to transport fly ash, the Utility would have to haul fly ash to the Viper Mine, which would cost the Utility $8.99 per ton. WM CCP Solutions, LLC is a local vendor.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  013.pdf     052-02-21.pdf  

2021-013

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN EXTENSION UNDER PROPOSAL NO. UE16-17 FOR PURCHASE, REMOVAL, AND BENEFICIAL USE OF FLY ASH FROM DALLMAN 4 WITH WM CCP SOLUTIONS, LLC, a/k/a FLYASHDIRECT THROUGH JULY 31, 2021, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 064-02-16 approved and authorized the execution of Proposal No. UE16-17 to WM CCP Solutions, LLC (“WM CCP”) for the purchase, removal, and beneficial use of Fly Ash from Dallman Unit 4 for five years. This Ordinance will extend the contract to July 31, 2021, with WM CCP (a/k/a “FlyAshDirect”), with no additional funds requested. This extension is for approximately four and half months time frame. CWLP currently has two contracts with two customers whereby the Utility is paid a per ton rate for allowing them to purchase and haul Fly Ash from Unit 4. Both of these customers use the fly ash as an additive for ready mix concrete. This contract expires March 17, 2021, while the other contract (UE18-12; Ozinga Cement; Ord. No. 279-07-18) expires July 31, 2021. CWLP would prefer to re-bid and award contracts that begin and expire on the same dates, thus the need for an extension through July 31, 2021, for Contract UE16-17. WM CCP has agreed to extend Contract UE16-17 under the same terms and conditions thru July 31, 2021. Currently, WM CCP pays CWLP approximately $3.00 per ton (based on 50% Revenue of Net Sales Price). They average about 350 tons of fly ash per month. Whereas Ozinga Cement under Contract UE18-12 pays CWLP $8.00 per ton, and they average about 2,500 tons per month when that quantity is available. This extension will allow WM CCP to continue to purchase Unit 4 Fly Ash until the new contract(s) are bid and awarded. CWLP will also benefit as it will provide a second paying customer that can remove fly ash from Unit 4 if unforeseen events should prevent Ozinga Cement from hauling fly ash for a period of time. If the vendors are not able or available to transport fly ash, the Utility would have to haul fly ash to the Viper Mine, which would cost the Utility $8.99 per ton. WM CCP Solutions, LLC is a local vendor.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  013.pdf     052-02-21.pdf  

2021-013

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN EXTENSION UNDER PROPOSAL NO. UE16-17 FOR PURCHASE, REMOVAL, AND BENEFICIAL USE OF FLY ASH FROM DALLMAN 4 WITH WM CCP SOLUTIONS, LLC, a/k/a FLYASHDIRECT THROUGH JULY 31, 2021, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 064-02-16 approved and authorized the execution of Proposal No. UE16-17 to WM CCP Solutions, LLC (“WM CCP”) for the purchase, removal, and beneficial use of Fly Ash from Dallman Unit 4 for five years. This Ordinance will extend the contract to July 31, 2021, with WM CCP (a/k/a “FlyAshDirect”), with no additional funds requested. This extension is for approximately four and half months time frame. CWLP currently has two contracts with two customers whereby the Utility is paid a per ton rate for allowing them to purchase and haul Fly Ash from Unit 4. Both of these customers use the fly ash as an additive for ready mix concrete. This contract expires March 17, 2021, while the other contract (UE18-12; Ozinga Cement; Ord. No. 279-07-18) expires July 31, 2021. CWLP would prefer to re-bid and award contracts that begin and expire on the same dates, thus the need for an extension through July 31, 2021, for Contract UE16-17. WM CCP has agreed to extend Contract UE16-17 under the same terms and conditions thru July 31, 2021. Currently, WM CCP pays CWLP approximately $3.00 per ton (based on 50% Revenue of Net Sales Price). They average about 350 tons of fly ash per month. Whereas Ozinga Cement under Contract UE18-12 pays CWLP $8.00 per ton, and they average about 2,500 tons per month when that quantity is available. This extension will allow WM CCP to continue to purchase Unit 4 Fly Ash until the new contract(s) are bid and awarded. CWLP will also benefit as it will provide a second paying customer that can remove fly ash from Unit 4 if unforeseen events should prevent Ozinga Cement from hauling fly ash for a period of time. If the vendors are not able or available to transport fly ash, the Utility would have to haul fly ash to the Viper Mine, which would cost the Utility $8.99 per ton. WM CCP Solutions, LLC is a local vendor.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  013.pdf     052-02-21.pdf  

2021-014

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $400,000.00 UNDER CONTRACT NO. UE20-01-77 – HEAVY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS WITH ROLAND MACHINERY COMPANY FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $800,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 098-03-2020 awarded bid Contract UE20-01-77 – Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Repairs for the Dallman Power Plant Complex to Roland Machinery Company (“Roland”) for an amount not to exceed $400,000.00. Roland was the lowest evaluated bidder for the maintenance and repair of Dallman Power Plant heavy equipment such as excavators, wheel loaders, and crawlers. These types of equipment are used by the Utility for coal handling operations to include the cleaning and maintaining of the ash ponds, the flue gas desulfurization system, scrubber landfill, and the water filter plant lime ponds. The contract was for a one-year term, covering the fiscal year 2021, and contained a provision that allows for contract extension upon mutual agreement. CWLP made inquiries with the other heavy equipment repair providers for cost comparison, and those suppliers responded that they could not be competitive with the current contract price. Therefore, it would be in the best financial interest of the City to extend Contract No. UE20-01-77 instead of re-bidding the contract. This Ordinance authorizes an extension of the contract for an additional year. This extension will cost $400,000.00, and it increases the total amount payable under the said contract to $800,000.00. All other terms of the agreement remain the same for the 2022 fiscal year. Roland is a local vendor.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  014.pdf     053-02-21.pdf  

2021-014

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $400,000.00 UNDER CONTRACT NO. UE20-01-77 – HEAVY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS WITH ROLAND MACHINERY COMPANY FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $800,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 098-03-2020 awarded bid Contract UE20-01-77 – Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Repairs for the Dallman Power Plant Complex to Roland Machinery Company (“Roland”) for an amount not to exceed $400,000.00. Roland was the lowest evaluated bidder for the maintenance and repair of Dallman Power Plant heavy equipment such as excavators, wheel loaders, and crawlers. These types of equipment are used by the Utility for coal handling operations to include the cleaning and maintaining of the ash ponds, the flue gas desulfurization system, scrubber landfill, and the water filter plant lime ponds. The contract was for a one-year term, covering the fiscal year 2021, and contained a provision that allows for contract extension upon mutual agreement. CWLP made inquiries with the other heavy equipment repair providers for cost comparison, and those suppliers responded that they could not be competitive with the current contract price. Therefore, it would be in the best financial interest of the City to extend Contract No. UE20-01-77 instead of re-bidding the contract. This Ordinance authorizes an extension of the contract for an additional year. This extension will cost $400,000.00, and it increases the total amount payable under the said contract to $800,000.00. All other terms of the agreement remain the same for the 2022 fiscal year. Roland is a local vendor.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  014.pdf     053-02-21.pdf  

2021-014

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A ONE-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $400,000.00 UNDER CONTRACT NO. UE20-01-77 – HEAVY EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS WITH ROLAND MACHINERY COMPANY FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $800,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 098-03-2020 awarded bid Contract UE20-01-77 – Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Repairs for the Dallman Power Plant Complex to Roland Machinery Company (“Roland”) for an amount not to exceed $400,000.00. Roland was the lowest evaluated bidder for the maintenance and repair of Dallman Power Plant heavy equipment such as excavators, wheel loaders, and crawlers. These types of equipment are used by the Utility for coal handling operations to include the cleaning and maintaining of the ash ponds, the flue gas desulfurization system, scrubber landfill, and the water filter plant lime ponds. The contract was for a one-year term, covering the fiscal year 2021, and contained a provision that allows for contract extension upon mutual agreement. CWLP made inquiries with the other heavy equipment repair providers for cost comparison, and those suppliers responded that they could not be competitive with the current contract price. Therefore, it would be in the best financial interest of the City to extend Contract No. UE20-01-77 instead of re-bidding the contract. This Ordinance authorizes an extension of the contract for an additional year. This extension will cost $400,000.00, and it increases the total amount payable under the said contract to $800,000.00. All other terms of the agreement remain the same for the 2022 fiscal year. Roland is a local vendor.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  014.pdf     053-02-21.pdf  

2021-015

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE21-11-46 – GENERATING FACILITY SCAFFOLDING WORK FOR A THREE (3) YEAR TERM WITH APACHE INDUSTRIAL UNITED, INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,550,000.00 FOR THE ELECTRIC DIVISION ELECTRIC GENERATION DEPARTMENT FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a standard, recurring ordinance for scaffolding at the Dallman Power Plant generating facilities. This ordinance accepts Contract UE21-11-46 in an amount not to exceed $2,550,000.00 with Apache Industrial United, Inc., for various scaffolding projects for a three-year term for the Electric Division Electric Generation Department. The contract covers all Electric Generation Department scaffolding needs and is done on a time and materials basis, and the vendor is not guaranteed a specific amount of work. There were two responsive bidders on this contract. Neither bidder is a local vendor. The last time this contract was awarded was in 2017 for $4,500,000.00 for three years with Apache Industrial United, Inc. (Contract UE17-01-80, Ord. No. 141-04-17). A funding increase of $650,000.00 was required during the contract term (Ord. No. 101-01-2020). Therefore, the Council approved $ 5,150,000.00 for these services under the previous contract.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  015.pdf     054-02-21.pdf  

2021-015

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE21-11-46 – GENERATING FACILITY SCAFFOLDING WORK FOR A THREE (3) YEAR TERM WITH APACHE INDUSTRIAL UNITED, INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,550,000.00 FOR THE ELECTRIC DIVISION ELECTRIC GENERATION DEPARTMENT FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a standard, recurring ordinance for scaffolding at the Dallman Power Plant generating facilities. This ordinance accepts Contract UE21-11-46 in an amount not to exceed $2,550,000.00 with Apache Industrial United, Inc., for various scaffolding projects for a three-year term for the Electric Division Electric Generation Department. The contract covers all Electric Generation Department scaffolding needs and is done on a time and materials basis, and the vendor is not guaranteed a specific amount of work. There were two responsive bidders on this contract. Neither bidder is a local vendor. The last time this contract was awarded was in 2017 for $4,500,000.00 for three years with Apache Industrial United, Inc. (Contract UE17-01-80, Ord. No. 141-04-17). A funding increase of $650,000.00 was required during the contract term (Ord. No. 101-01-2020). Therefore, the Council approved $ 5,150,000.00 for these services under the previous contract.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  015.pdf     054-02-21.pdf  

2021-015

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE21-11-46 – GENERATING FACILITY SCAFFOLDING WORK FOR A THREE (3) YEAR TERM WITH APACHE INDUSTRIAL UNITED, INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,550,000.00 FOR THE ELECTRIC DIVISION ELECTRIC GENERATION DEPARTMENT FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a standard, recurring ordinance for scaffolding at the Dallman Power Plant generating facilities. This ordinance accepts Contract UE21-11-46 in an amount not to exceed $2,550,000.00 with Apache Industrial United, Inc., for various scaffolding projects for a three-year term for the Electric Division Electric Generation Department. The contract covers all Electric Generation Department scaffolding needs and is done on a time and materials basis, and the vendor is not guaranteed a specific amount of work. There were two responsive bidders on this contract. Neither bidder is a local vendor. The last time this contract was awarded was in 2017 for $4,500,000.00 for three years with Apache Industrial United, Inc. (Contract UE17-01-80, Ord. No. 141-04-17). A funding increase of $650,000.00 was required during the contract term (Ord. No. 101-01-2020). Therefore, the Council approved $ 5,150,000.00 for these services under the previous contract.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  015.pdf     054-02-21.pdf  

2021-016

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE21-11-48 – INSULATION, LAGGING, AND ABATEMENT T&M MAINTENANCE & REPAIR WITH BRANDSAFWAY INDUSTRIES, LLC FOR A THREE-YEAR PERIOD IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,110,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance accepts Contract UE21-11-48 – Insulation, Lagging, and Abatement T&M Maintenance & Repair in an amount not to exceed $1,100,000.00, with BrandSafway Industries, LLC (“BrandSafway”). The piping and equipment at the Generating Facilities require continuous maintenance and replacement beyond our craft employees' scope and training. This Ordinance is to procure qualified labor and materials on a time and material basis as needed for insulation and lagging repair and hazardous material removal (lead paint and asbestos) for equipment being repaired by our craft employees. This is a three-year contract for time and labor. The following is a breakdown of information: FY2022 - $420,000,00, FY2023 - $370,000.00, and FY2024 - $320,000.00; Totaling $1,110,000.00. There were four bidders on this contract; none were local vendors. BrandSafway submitted was still the lowest bid.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  016.pdf     055-02-21.pdf  

2021-016

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE21-11-48 – INSULATION, LAGGING, AND ABATEMENT T&M MAINTENANCE & REPAIR WITH BRANDSAFWAY INDUSTRIES, LLC FOR A THREE-YEAR PERIOD IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,110,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance accepts Contract UE21-11-48 – Insulation, Lagging, and Abatement T&M Maintenance & Repair in an amount not to exceed $1,100,000.00, with BrandSafway Industries, LLC (“BrandSafway”). The piping and equipment at the Generating Facilities require continuous maintenance and replacement beyond our craft employees' scope and training. This Ordinance is to procure qualified labor and materials on a time and material basis as needed for insulation and lagging repair and hazardous material removal (lead paint and asbestos) for equipment being repaired by our craft employees. This is a three-year contract for time and labor. The following is a breakdown of information: FY2022 - $420,000,00, FY2023 - $370,000.00, and FY2024 - $320,000.00; Totaling $1,110,000.00. There were four bidders on this contract; none were local vendors. BrandSafway submitted was still the lowest bid.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  016.pdf     055-02-21.pdf  

2021-016

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING BIDS AND AUTHORIZING CONTRACT UE21-11-48 – INSULATION, LAGGING, AND ABATEMENT T&M MAINTENANCE & REPAIR WITH BRANDSAFWAY INDUSTRIES, LLC FOR A THREE-YEAR PERIOD IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,110,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance accepts Contract UE21-11-48 – Insulation, Lagging, and Abatement T&M Maintenance & Repair in an amount not to exceed $1,100,000.00, with BrandSafway Industries, LLC (“BrandSafway”). The piping and equipment at the Generating Facilities require continuous maintenance and replacement beyond our craft employees' scope and training. This Ordinance is to procure qualified labor and materials on a time and material basis as needed for insulation and lagging repair and hazardous material removal (lead paint and asbestos) for equipment being repaired by our craft employees. This is a three-year contract for time and labor. The following is a breakdown of information: FY2022 - $420,000,00, FY2023 - $370,000.00, and FY2024 - $320,000.00; Totaling $1,110,000.00. There were four bidders on this contract; none were local vendors. BrandSafway submitted was still the lowest bid.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  016.pdf     055-02-21.pdf  

2021-017

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO SANGAMON VALLEY LANDFILL FOR DEMOLITION DEBRIS DISPOSAL IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $51,912.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
This ordinance will authorize payment of $51,911.81 for asbestos contaminated debris disposal associated with the recent demolition projects including Midway Liquors.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  017.pdf     056-02-21.pdf  

2021-017

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO SANGAMON VALLEY LANDFILL FOR DEMOLITION DEBRIS DISPOSAL IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $51,912.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
This ordinance will authorize payment of $51,911.81 for asbestos contaminated debris disposal associated with the recent demolition projects including Midway Liquors.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  017.pdf     056-02-21.pdf  

2021-017

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO SANGAMON VALLEY LANDFILL FOR DEMOLITION DEBRIS DISPOSAL IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $51,912.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
This ordinance will authorize payment of $51,911.81 for asbestos contaminated debris disposal associated with the recent demolition projects including Midway Liquors.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  017.pdf     056-02-21.pdf  

2021-018

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH FAMILY VIDEO MOVIE CLUB FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 1028, 1032 AND 1036 EAST MONROE STREET, IN THE AMOUNT OF $604,203.97 AND CLOSING COSTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $5,000.00 AND FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $609,203.97, RELATING TO THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, USABLE SEGMENT 3, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS.
This ordinance is for the purchase of right-of-way located at 1028, 1032 & 1036 E. Monroe Street. Closing to be held at Chicago Title. Purchase price of $604,203.97 for the parcel and an estimated closing cost of $5,000.00 with the unused portion of the payment to be refunded to the City of Springfield. The purchase of said real estate is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvements Projects, Usable Segment 3.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  018.pdf     057-02-21.pdf  

2021-018

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH FAMILY VIDEO MOVIE CLUB FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 1028, 1032 AND 1036 EAST MONROE STREET, IN THE AMOUNT OF $604,203.97 AND CLOSING COSTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $5,000.00 AND FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $609,203.97, RELATING TO THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, USABLE SEGMENT 3, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS.
This ordinance is for the purchase of right-of-way located at 1028, 1032 & 1036 E. Monroe Street. Closing to be held at Chicago Title. Purchase price of $604,203.97 for the parcel and an estimated closing cost of $5,000.00 with the unused portion of the payment to be refunded to the City of Springfield. The purchase of said real estate is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvements Projects, Usable Segment 3.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  018.pdf     057-02-21.pdf  

2021-019

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH FAMILY VIDEO, INC., FAMILY VIDEO MOVIES, INC., AND THE HOOGLAND 2015 CHILDREN PROPERTY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 1022 & 1032 EAST ADAMS STREET AND 1017 EAST MONROE STREET, IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,273,296.03 AND CLOSING COSTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,000.00 AND FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,283,296.03, RELATING TO THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, USABLE SEGMENT 3, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
This ordinance is for the purchase of right-of-way located at 1022 & 1032 E. Adams Street and 1017 E. Monroe Street. Closing to be held at Chicago Title. Purchase price of $1 ,273.296.03 for the parcel and an estimated closing cost of $10,000.00 with the unused portion of the payment to be refunded to the City of Springfield. The purchase of said real estate is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvements Projects, Usable Segment 3.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  019.pdf     058-02-21.pdf  

2021-019

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH FAMILY VIDEO, INC., FAMILY VIDEO MOVIES, INC., AND THE HOOGLAND 2015 CHILDREN PROPERTY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 1022 & 1032 EAST ADAMS STREET AND 1017 EAST MONROE STREET, IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,273,296.03 AND CLOSING COSTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,000.00 AND FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,283,296.03, RELATING TO THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, USABLE SEGMENT 3, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
This ordinance is for the purchase of right-of-way located at 1022 & 1032 E. Adams Street and 1017 E. Monroe Street. Closing to be held at Chicago Title. Purchase price of $1 ,273.296.03 for the parcel and an estimated closing cost of $10,000.00 with the unused portion of the payment to be refunded to the City of Springfield. The purchase of said real estate is for public purposes, specifically associated with the Springfield Rail Improvements Projects, Usable Segment 3.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  019.pdf     058-02-21.pdf  

2021-020

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING A DEED OF DONATION FROM CLUB CAR WASH OPERATING, LLC FOR OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF WALTON DRIVE AND DIRKSEN PARKWAY
(No description available)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
Vote Results:
Amendments:
Documents:
  020.pdf     059-02-21.pdf  

2021-020

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING A DEED OF DONATION FROM CLUB CAR WASH OPERATING, LLC FOR OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF WALTON DRIVE AND DIRKSEN PARKWAY
(No description available)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
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Amendments:
Documents:
  020.pdf     059-02-21.pdf  

2021-020

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING A DEED OF DONATION FROM CLUB CAR WASH OPERATING, LLC FOR OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF WALTON DRIVE AND DIRKSEN PARKWAY
(No description available)
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
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Amendments:
Documents:
  020.pdf     059-02-21.pdf  

2021-021

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO CHAD DENNISON, AN OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEE, TO SETTLE A WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM FOR CASE NUMBER 19-WC-34701
Chad Dennison was employed as a truck driver laborer with the City of Springfield Department of Public Works on July 25, 2018, and reported an injury to his back while pulling branches from under a pile of wet grass. After initial conservative treatment failed an MRI was ordered which revealed bilateral foramina! stenosis with facet hypertrophy. He received continued conservative treatment, including injections and physical therapy, but symptoms persisted and surgery was recommended. He was sent for an IME which indicated all treatment had been appropriate and that the surgery recommended was warranted. He underwent a surgical repair in May of 2019 and was able to return to work full duty in October of 2019. Dennison filed a workers compensation claim (19 WC 34701) and is willing to settle his claim for $44,325.00 representing a permanent partial disability equivalent to 15% man as a whole. Livingstone, Mueller, Bima and Davlin P.C., the city's legal advisors, recommend payment in the amount of $44,325.00 to Chad Dennison to settle workers compensation claim for case number 19 WC 34701.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-021

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO CHAD DENNISON, AN OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEE, TO SETTLE A WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM FOR CASE NUMBER 19-WC-34701
Chad Dennison was employed as a truck driver laborer with the City of Springfield Department of Public Works on July 25, 2018, and reported an injury to his back while pulling branches from under a pile of wet grass. After initial conservative treatment failed an MRI was ordered which revealed bilateral foramina! stenosis with facet hypertrophy. He received continued conservative treatment, including injections and physical therapy, but symptoms persisted and surgery was recommended. He was sent for an IME which indicated all treatment had been appropriate and that the surgery recommended was warranted. He underwent a surgical repair in May of 2019 and was able to return to work full duty in October of 2019. Dennison filed a workers compensation claim (19 WC 34701) and is willing to settle his claim for $44,325.00 representing a permanent partial disability equivalent to 15% man as a whole. Livingstone, Mueller, Bima and Davlin P.C., the city's legal advisors, recommend payment in the amount of $44,325.00 to Chad Dennison to settle workers compensation claim for case number 19 WC 34701.
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  021.pdf     060-02-21.pdf  

2021-021

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PAYMENT TO CHAD DENNISON, AN OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEE, TO SETTLE A WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM FOR CASE NUMBER 19-WC-34701
Chad Dennison was employed as a truck driver laborer with the City of Springfield Department of Public Works on July 25, 2018, and reported an injury to his back while pulling branches from under a pile of wet grass. After initial conservative treatment failed an MRI was ordered which revealed bilateral foramina! stenosis with facet hypertrophy. He received continued conservative treatment, including injections and physical therapy, but symptoms persisted and surgery was recommended. He was sent for an IME which indicated all treatment had been appropriate and that the surgery recommended was warranted. He underwent a surgical repair in May of 2019 and was able to return to work full duty in October of 2019. Dennison filed a workers compensation claim (19 WC 34701) and is willing to settle his claim for $44,325.00 representing a permanent partial disability equivalent to 15% man as a whole. Livingstone, Mueller, Bima and Davlin P.C., the city's legal advisors, recommend payment in the amount of $44,325.00 to Chad Dennison to settle workers compensation claim for case number 19 WC 34701.
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Department: General City Business
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  021.pdf     060-02-21.pdf  

2021-022

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A DECREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE DUE TO CLOSURE OF BUSINESS BY CAFÉ ANDIAMO D/B/A CAFÉ ANDIAMO LOCATED AT 206 SOUTH SIXTH STREET
(No description available)
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2021-022

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A DECREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE DUE TO CLOSURE OF BUSINESS BY CAFÉ ANDIAMO D/B/A CAFÉ ANDIAMO LOCATED AT 206 SOUTH SIXTH STREET
(No description available)
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  022.pdf     061-02-21.pdf  

2021-022

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A DECREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE DUE TO CLOSURE OF BUSINESS BY CAFÉ ANDIAMO D/B/A CAFÉ ANDIAMO LOCATED AT 206 SOUTH SIXTH STREET
(No description available)
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  022.pdf     061-02-21.pdf  

2021-023

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 50 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO ELECTRIC INTER-FUND TRANSFER PERCENTAGE
Modifying the the electric inter-fund rates effective March 1, 2021, to 4.50% and effective March 1, 2022, to 5.00%
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  023.pdf     067-02-21.pdf  

2021-024

ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING MARCH 1, 2021 AND ENDING FEBRUARY 28, 2022
This ordinance establishes the Fiscal Year 2022 budgetary authority for the City of Springfield.
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  024.pdf     068-02-21.pdf  

2021-025

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH CENTRAL ILLINOIS COMMUNICATIONS D/B/A ILLINOIS TIMES, FOR THE DESIGN, PRINTING, CONTENT CREATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE 2021 VISITORS GUIDE, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $51,211.00, FOR THE SPRINGFIELD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU
This ordinance is for the design, distribution, printing an content creation for the 2021 Visitor Guide. The SCVB combined the FY20 Visitor Guide with Central Illinois Communications, DBA Illinois Times, which was $83,945 less than FY19. The quoted price of $51,211 is guaranteed through April of 2021 . The guide is slated to be published by March 31, 2021 . Illinois Times, SCVB and the Springfield Art Association also hold a contest for the cover of the guide. This project is paid with Local Tourism & Visitor Bureau (LTCB) Grant Funds, Grant #21-751029. Central Illinois Communications, DBA Illinois Times is a local vendor. It should also be noted that the total cost to publish the 2021 Visitors Guide is $8,039 less than what it cost to publish 2020.
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Department: General City Business
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  025.pdf     062-02-21.pdf  

2021-025

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH CENTRAL ILLINOIS COMMUNICATIONS D/B/A ILLINOIS TIMES, FOR THE DESIGN, PRINTING, CONTENT CREATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE 2021 VISITORS GUIDE, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $51,211.00, FOR THE SPRINGFIELD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU
This ordinance is for the design, distribution, printing an content creation for the 2021 Visitor Guide. The SCVB combined the FY20 Visitor Guide with Central Illinois Communications, DBA Illinois Times, which was $83,945 less than FY19. The quoted price of $51,211 is guaranteed through April of 2021 . The guide is slated to be published by March 31, 2021 . Illinois Times, SCVB and the Springfield Art Association also hold a contest for the cover of the guide. This project is paid with Local Tourism & Visitor Bureau (LTCB) Grant Funds, Grant #21-751029. Central Illinois Communications, DBA Illinois Times is a local vendor. It should also be noted that the total cost to publish the 2021 Visitors Guide is $8,039 less than what it cost to publish 2020.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
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  025.pdf     062-02-21.pdf  

2021-025

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH CENTRAL ILLINOIS COMMUNICATIONS D/B/A ILLINOIS TIMES, FOR THE DESIGN, PRINTING, CONTENT CREATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE 2021 VISITORS GUIDE, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $51,211.00, FOR THE SPRINGFIELD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU
This ordinance is for the design, distribution, printing an content creation for the 2021 Visitor Guide. The SCVB combined the FY20 Visitor Guide with Central Illinois Communications, DBA Illinois Times, which was $83,945 less than FY19. The quoted price of $51,211 is guaranteed through April of 2021 . The guide is slated to be published by March 31, 2021 . Illinois Times, SCVB and the Springfield Art Association also hold a contest for the cover of the guide. This project is paid with Local Tourism & Visitor Bureau (LTCB) Grant Funds, Grant #21-751029. Central Illinois Communications, DBA Illinois Times is a local vendor. It should also be noted that the total cost to publish the 2021 Visitors Guide is $8,039 less than what it cost to publish 2020.
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Department: General City Business
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  025.pdf     062-02-21.pdf  

2021-026

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A DEER CROSSING SIGN ON WEST LAWRENCE BETWEEN ROSEHILL AVENUE AND CHATHAM ROAD
Residents in the area have expressed concern about the amount of deer in the area and desire a "deer crossing" sign be placed on W. Lawrence Ave. between Rosehill Ave. and Chatham Rd.
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  026.pdf     063-02-21.pdf  

2021-026

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A DEER CROSSING SIGN ON WEST LAWRENCE BETWEEN ROSEHILL AVENUE AND CHATHAM ROAD
Residents in the area have expressed concern about the amount of deer in the area and desire a "deer crossing" sign be placed on W. Lawrence Ave. between Rosehill Ave. and Chatham Rd.
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Department: General City Business
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  026.pdf     063-02-21.pdf  

2021-026

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A DEER CROSSING SIGN ON WEST LAWRENCE BETWEEN ROSEHILL AVENUE AND CHATHAM ROAD
Residents in the area have expressed concern about the amount of deer in the area and desire a "deer crossing" sign be placed on W. Lawrence Ave. between Rosehill Ave. and Chatham Rd.
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Department: General City Business
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  026.pdf     063-02-21.pdf  

2021-027

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER, SECTION 100.30(B) OF THE 1988 SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED PERTAINING TO THAT PORTION OF THE CITY'S HOTEL/MOTEL TAX DEDICATED TO THE SPRINGFIELD METROPOLITAN EXPOSITION AND AUDITORIUM AUTHORITY (SMEAA) & AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AMENDMENTTO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD AND SMEAA.
Issuance of bonds by SMEAA to refund SMEAA's existing bonds at a lower interest rate and finance a few improvements for the BOS Center. SMEAA's existing debt matures 12/1/31 and the new bonds will keep that maturity. SMEM's existing debt being refunded is payable in part from $100,000 of Springfield's hotel/motel tax that is pledged to SMEAA pursuant to an intergovernmental agreement between SMEAA and the City. The intergovernmental agreement originated in 1997 when SMEAA bonds were issued and has been amended when SMEAA has issued refunding bonds. Issuance of SMEAA's new bonds will require an amendment of the intergovernmental agreement.
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2021-027

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER, SECTION 100.30(B) OF THE 1988 SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED PERTAINING TO THAT PORTION OF THE CITY'S HOTEL/MOTEL TAX DEDICATED TO THE SPRINGFIELD METROPOLITAN EXPOSITION AND AUDITORIUM AUTHORITY (SMEAA) & AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AMENDMENTTO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD AND SMEAA.
Issuance of bonds by SMEAA to refund SMEAA's existing bonds at a lower interest rate and finance a few improvements for the BOS Center. SMEAA's existing debt matures 12/1/31 and the new bonds will keep that maturity. SMEM's existing debt being refunded is payable in part from $100,000 of Springfield's hotel/motel tax that is pledged to SMEAA pursuant to an intergovernmental agreement between SMEAA and the City. The intergovernmental agreement originated in 1997 when SMEAA bonds were issued and has been amended when SMEAA has issued refunding bonds. Issuance of SMEAA's new bonds will require an amendment of the intergovernmental agreement.
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Department: General City Business
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  027.pdf     064-02-21.pdf  

2021-028

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ACCEPTANCE OF ILLINOIS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY GRANT NO. SCP51846 IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000.00 FOR FUNDING THE STRONG COMMUNITY PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENT APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
An Ordinance Authorizing Acceptance and Execution of Illinois Housing Development Authority Grant No. SCP 51846 in the amount of 200.000.00 tor funding the Strong Community Program about authorizing a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $200,000.00, for the office of Office of Planning & Economic Development.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-028

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ACCEPTANCE OF ILLINOIS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY GRANT NO. SCP51846 IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000.00 FOR FUNDING THE STRONG COMMUNITY PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENT APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
An Ordinance Authorizing Acceptance and Execution of Illinois Housing Development Authority Grant No. SCP 51846 in the amount of 200.000.00 tor funding the Strong Community Program about authorizing a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $200,000.00, for the office of Office of Planning & Economic Development.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-028

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ACCEPTANCE OF ILLINOIS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY GRANT NO. SCP51846 IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000.00 FOR FUNDING THE STRONG COMMUNITY PROGRAM AND AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENT APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $200,000.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
An Ordinance Authorizing Acceptance and Execution of Illinois Housing Development Authority Grant No. SCP 51846 in the amount of 200.000.00 tor funding the Strong Community Program about authorizing a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $200,000.00, for the office of Office of Planning & Economic Development.
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Department: General City Business
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  028.pdf     065-02-21.pdf  

2021-029

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING A DONATION OF LAND OWNED BY CHILDREN'S MUSEUM FOUNDATION CORPORATION LOCATED AT 412 E. ADAMS STREET AND AUTHORIZING A LEASE OF LAND WITH A RIGHT OF REVERSION TO THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM FOUNDATION CORPORATION.
Kidzeum is donating land not the building to the City and the City will lease the land back to Kidzeum for $1 and a 99 year term. Kidzeum wishes to qualify for State of Illinois Museum Capital Grants which are non-profit public museums that meet certain criteria. That criteria includes the requirement that they be operated by or located on land pawned by a unit of local government.
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  029.pdf     066-02-21.pdf  

2021-029

AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING A DONATION OF LAND OWNED BY CHILDREN'S MUSEUM FOUNDATION CORPORATION LOCATED AT 412 E. ADAMS STREET AND AUTHORIZING A LEASE OF LAND WITH A RIGHT OF REVERSION TO THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM FOUNDATION CORPORATION.
Kidzeum is donating land not the building to the City and the City will lease the land back to Kidzeum for $1 and a 99 year term. Kidzeum wishes to qualify for State of Illinois Museum Capital Grants which are non-profit public museums that meet certain criteria. That criteria includes the requirement that they be operated by or located on land pawned by a unit of local government.
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  029.pdf     066-02-21.pdf  

DOC. 020-044

PARCEL 1-5761 INTERNATIONAL PARKWAY, SPFLD, IL 62711, PART OF PARCEL 2 - 21-15.0-100-025
Petitioner desires to construct a 30,000 square foot Adult-Use Cannabis Craft Grower Facility, with a 6,000 square foot Adult-Use Cannabis Transporter Facility, collocated on a single site. Petitioner, to be in compliance with the zoning ordinance, respectfully requests Conditional Permitted Uses pursuant o 155.040(c)(12) and 155.211.9 and 155.040(c)(14) and 155.211.10 and 155.492 for use of property as an Adult-Use Cannabis Craft Grower and Transporter.
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Department: Public Works
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DOC. 021-001

709 S. 11TH AND PART OF 711 S. 11TH STREET (WARD 2)
Subject premises contains a billboard structure which is double stacked (2 signs) with three (3) faces, with each face measuring twelve (12) feet x twenty-four (24) feet supported by a dual beam structure and using halogen lighting, with a 40 feet height from ground level. The Billboard Structure at the Current Premises is a legal non-conforming use. Petitioner WC Media, Inc. proposes to remove the Existing Structure and replace it with a one (1) sided double stacked billboard (two (2) signs each consisting of one (1) face supported by a monopole structure and utilizing LED lighting to illuminate the non-digital faces. The faces on the New Billboard Structure shall be present only on the east side of the New Billboard Structure and only be visible from the east. Signage shall only be static in nature. To be in compliance with the zoning code, petitioners respectfully request a Conditional Permitted Use of 155.341 (c) to permit two (2) off-premise signs each having a height of twelve (12) feet and a length of twenty-four (24) feet and each sign consisting of two hundred eighty-eight (288) square feet per sign for a total of five hundred seventy-six (576) square feet instead of the maximum one hundred seventy-five ( 175) square feet allowed by the code, and at a height of forty ( 40) feet instead of thirty-five (35) feet allowed per code, and a Conditional Permitted Use pursuant to Section 155.325( c) to permit a sign of forty ( 40) feet (exceeding thirty-five (35) feet but not exceeding fifty (50) feet); and a variance of Sections: 155.321(a) to permit the total ground signage on the premises to be no greater than five hundred seventy-six (576) square feet rather than the sixty ( 60) square feet allowed as a result of the approximately sixty (60) feet of front yard street frontage, 155.340 (c) to permit a setback from the property line of the Premises of less than fifteen (15) feet from the north and west property lines consistent with the distances identified in Exhibit C (3 feet from the north property line and 7.79 feet from the west property line), 155.340(d) to permit the Billboard Structure to be located within five hundred (500) feet of a lot which is zoned residential or on a lot used for residential purposes, 155.340(e) to permit two (2) off-premise signs on the premises, 155.340 (i)(2) to permit the base of the New Billboard Structure to be devoid of landscaping similar to on-premise sign requirements, 155.340 (i)(3) to permit the proposed monopole to be devoid of decorative panels or bases, 155.340 (i)(6) to permit two (2) off-premise sign faces facing east, 155.340 (i) to allow for the issuance of a building permit to installation of one (1) monopole billboard structure with two (2) off-premise sign faces without surrendering permits on a 4 for 1 basis, and 155.341(a) to permit an off-premise sign in the 1-1 District and to permit two (2) off-premise signs each having a height of twelve (12) feet and a length of twenty-four (24) feet and each consisting of two hundred eighty-eight (288) square feet per sign for a total of five hundred seventy-six (576) square feet, and a height of forty ( 40) feet.
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Department: Public Works
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DOC. 021-002

320 E CARPENTER (WARD 5)
(No description available)
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DOC. 021-003

26 BAY RIDGE LANE (WARD 1)
Petitioners desire to remove the existing dock, which extends 28 feet from the shoreline, and install a covered floating single well dock that is twenty (20) feet wide and twenty-eight (28) feet long that will have a walk-way that is an additional twenty (20) feet long. When complete, the structure will extend forty-eight (48) feet from the shoreline into Lake Springfield, allowing the boat lift to remove their boat from the water and to place their boat in the water, and to be able to operate the boat lift properly during low-pool conditions.
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DOC. 021-004

1249 TORONTO ROAD (WARD 1)
Petitioner's tenant space consists of approximately 2,891 square feet, which contains a package liquor store doing business as "FIVE STAR LIQUOR & TOBACCO." Petitioner desires to redevelop the property for use as a package liquor store and tavern selling alcohol by the drink for consumption on the premises, and intends to construct a bar within the tenant space. Petitioner intends to sell alcohol by the drink for consumption on the premises during the hours of 2 PM until 11 PM. To be in compliance with the zoning code, petitioner respectfully requests a CPU of Sections 155.033 (c) (7) and 155.200, Taverns, and a variance of 155.200 (a) (2) to allow a tavern with liquor sales by the drink on a zoning lot which is located within 100 feet from the nearest lot on which there is a residence, church, school, park, community facility or daycare.
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DOC. 021-005

1301 W WASHINGTON (WARD 8)
Petitioner desires to complete rehabilitation and renovation of the Apartment Buildings, the parking areas, common grounds and all other parts of the Subject Property, for use as a sixty eight (68) unit apartment complex. The Petitioner has agreed to use one unit in each building for non-residential purposes, and has further agreed that one unit will be set aside for an on-site residential manager. Petitioner respectfully requests variation of 155.056, regarding the bulk requirement of2,500 square feet lot area per dwelling unit, to allow the use of the property as a 68 unit apartment on a lot containing 75,272 square feet instead of the 170,000 square feet required in the R-3 (b) zoning district. Subject property has lost its nonconforming use as a 72 unit residential dwelling pursuant to Section 155.157 due to discontinued active continuous operation for a period of six months. Historically, subject property has been used as a 72 unit apartment. Petitioner additionally respectfully requests a variance of 155.091 regarding the 1 Yz accessory off-street parking spaces per dwelling unit to allow seventy-two accessory off- street parking spaces, instead of the one-hundred two required. The proposed parking is seventy-two (72) parking spaces currently for use on the Subject Property, plus an additional eleven ( 11 ) parking spaces along the adjacent right-of-way as shown on the Site Plans, and Petitioner has secured the use of twenty four spaces in the Sacred Heart Griffin lot to the east across Park Street for a total of one-hundred seven ( 107) available for use for the Subject Property.
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2021-030

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A REPLACEMENT WEST CONDENSATE PUMP FOR UNIT 33 FROM INDUSTRIAL PROCESS EQUIPMENT LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $54,487.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This ordinance approves the purchase of a replacement west condensate pump for Unit 33 from Industrial Process Equipment LLC (“IPEG”) in an amount not to exceed $54,487.00. The condensate pump transfers the condensed turbine steam from the condenser back into the feedwater system. The condensate pumps are one of the first stages of the water’s journey back to the boiler before it is returned to steam. The existing pump internals sustained unrepairable damage and can no longer operate. After inspection of the previous pump, it was determined that a new replacement pump would be faster and more economical than repairing the previous pump. Flowserve is the OEM for this pump, and IPEG is the current local representative for Flowserve pumps. They are not a local vendor.
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Department: CWLP
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2021-032

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH BHMG ENGINEERS, INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $132,500.00 FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE EASTDALE SUBSTATION UPGRADES, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance approves and authorizes execution of a Professional Services agreement with BHMG Engineers, Inc. (“BHMG Engineers”) in an amount not to exceed $132,500.00. Ameren is building a new substation and transmission line that will require the existing tie-line at CWLP’s Eastdale Substation to be modified. The CWLP Eastdale Substation changes involve modifications to existing structural steel, foundations, and major transmission electrical equipment. The significant changes to the foundations and structural steel require engineering studies to be performed to evaluate the existing structure's stability to accommodate the updates. Also, the electrical transmission equipment needs to be evaluated for reliable operation and proper configuration during installation. Due to COVID-19, lead times on all equipment has been extended, necessitating expedited processing of the engineering services to facilitate procurement, installation, and commissioning of the equipment to meet the Fall 2021 deadline. BHMG is recommended to provide the necessary engineering services to complete this project due to the competency they have demonstrated working on the current project with CWLP - modifying the Taintor and Palomino substations for two new capacitor banks (Ord. 140-04-2020). The industry knowledge framework required to design both projects has substantial overlap, with similar design requirements and construction practices being engineered. BHMG Engineers is not a local vendor.
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Department: CWLP
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  032.pdf  

2021-033

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH THE ILLINOIS SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE UPGRADE OF RELAY PACKAGES IN STATE-OWNED SWITCHGEARS LOCATED AT THE KLEIN SUBSTATION, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is a new ordinance authorizing an agreement with the Illinois Secretary of State (“State”). In 1983, when the Klein substation was constructed, CWLP agreed to have two state-owned switchgears located inside the new substation. CWLP has performed maintenance on the relay packages since that time as part of an agreement. Since 1983, CWLP has upgraded the city-owned switchgears at the Klein substation twice: in 1990 and then again in 2018-2019. To provide the most reliable and accurate protection of the State of Illinois electrical equipment, CWLP recommended that the state have the old electromechanical relays at the Klein switchgears replaced. The state has agreed to contract CWLP to perform the recommended relay package upgrades. CWLP’s work scope will include determining settings, rewiring, installing, and testing the new relays. CWLP will be paid $71,150.00 for the project.
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Department: CWLP
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2021-034

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN ANNEXATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, AND COCHRAN DEVELOPMENT, LLC FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT OLD SALEM LANE
(No description available)
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2021-035

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN DESCRIBED REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT SALEM LANE
(No description available)
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2021-036

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CLOSE OUT OF THE JEFFERSON CROSSING TIF DISTRICT AND TRANSFER OF SURPLUS TIF INCREMENT TO SANGAMON COUNTY TREASURER FOR DISTRIBUTION TO THE OTHER TAXING BODIES, OR THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
An ordinance to close out the Jefferson Crossing TIF due to inactivity, pursuant to the TIF Act (65 ILCS 5 Sec. 11-74.4-4), and to transfer the surplus TIF increment to the Sangamon County Treasurer for distribution to the other taxing bodies, for the Office of Planning and Economic Development.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-036

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CLOSE OUT OF THE JEFFERSON CROSSING TIF DISTRICT AND TRANSFER OF SURPLUS TIF INCREMENT TO SANGAMON COUNTY TREASURER FOR DISTRIBUTION TO THE OTHER TAXING BODIES, OR THE OFFICE OF PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
An ordinance to close out the Jefferson Crossing TIF due to inactivity, pursuant to the TIF Act (65 ILCS 5 Sec. 11-74.4-4), and to transfer the surplus TIF increment to the Sangamon County Treasurer for distribution to the other taxing bodies, for the Office of Planning and Economic Development.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-037

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE SPRINGFIELD-SANGAMON COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION FOR 2021 PLANNING SERVICES AND AUTHORIZING PAYMENT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $185,000.00 FROM JANUARY 1, 2021 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021
Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with the Springfield-Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission for planning services which are within subdivision jurisdiction of the City, annexation petitions being considered by the City Council, and areas within the comprehensive planning jurisdiction from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021, in an amount not to exceed $185,000.00.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
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2021-037

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE SPRINGFIELD-SANGAMON COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION FOR 2021 PLANNING SERVICES AND AUTHORIZING PAYMENT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $185,000.00 FROM JANUARY 1, 2021 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021
Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with the Springfield-Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission for planning services which are within subdivision jurisdiction of the City, annexation petitions being considered by the City Council, and areas within the comprehensive planning jurisdiction from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021, in an amount not to exceed $185,000.00.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-038

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF BEVERLY CHRISTIAN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT BEVERLY CHRISTIAN, WHO RESIDES ON COLLEGE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HER TERM WILL END 12.6.2024.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
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2021-038

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF BEVERLY CHRISTIAN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT BEVERLY CHRISTIAN, WHO RESIDES ON COLLEGE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HER TERM WILL END 12.6.2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-039

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF JOSEPH E. GOODEN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT JOSEPH E GOODEN WHO RESIDES ON DIAL COURT, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12.6.2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-039

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF JOSEPH E. GOODEN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT JOSEPH E GOODEN WHO RESIDES ON DIAL COURT, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12.6.2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-040

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF DEAN GRAVEN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT DEAN GRAVEN, WHO RESIDES ON MACKINEW LANE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 3-2025.
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business
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2021-040

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF DEAN GRAVEN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT DEAN GRAVEN, WHO RESIDES ON MACKINEW LANE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 3-2025.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-040

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF DEAN GRAVEN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT DEAN GRAVEN, WHO RESIDES ON MACKINEW LANE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 3-2025.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-041

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF GREG KRUGER TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT GREG KRUGER, WHO RESIDES ON REDWOOD, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12-6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-041

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF GREG KRUGER TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT GREG KRUGER, WHO RESIDES ON REDWOOD, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12-6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-042

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF TIMOTHY E. MOORE, ESQ. TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT TIM MOORE, ESQ, WHO RESIDES ON CELTIC LANE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12-6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-042

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF TIMOTHY E. MOORE, ESQ. TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT TIM MOORE, ESQ, WHO RESIDES ON CELTIC LANE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12-6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-043

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF STEVEN M. SIMPSON-BLACK TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT STEVEN M SIMPSON-BLACK WHO RESIDES ON VARSITY COURT, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12-6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-043

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF STEVEN M. SIMPSON-BLACK TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT STEVEN M SIMPSON-BLACK WHO RESIDES ON VARSITY COURT, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END 12-6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-044

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF EMMETT L. HALE TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT EMMETT L HALE WHO RESIDES ON GLEN AIRE DRIVE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END ON 6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-044

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF EMMETT L. HALE TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT EMMETT L HALE WHO RESIDES ON GLEN AIRE DRIVE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HIS TERM WILL END ON 6-2024.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-045

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF STELLA DEAN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT STELLA DEAN WHO RESIDES ON SOUTH WALNUT DRIVE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HER TERM WILL END 8-2023.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-045

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF STELLA DEAN TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 33, SECTION 33.230; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT STELLA DEAN WHO RESIDES ON SOUTH WALNUT DRIVE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION. HER TERM WILL END 8-2023.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-046

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE RE-APPOINTMENT OF MOLLY BERNS TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 101, SECTION 101.03; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT MOLLY BERNS, WHO RESIDES ON HICKORY HILLS DRIVE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION. HER TERM WILL END 2-2024. AS THE DIRECTOR OF THE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION, THIS MEETS THE REQUIREMENT OF THE RPC APPOINTMENT TO THE HSC.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-046

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE RE-APPOINTMENT OF MOLLY BERNS TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 101, SECTION 101.03; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO RE-APPOINT MOLLY BERNS, WHO RESIDES ON HICKORY HILLS DRIVE, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION. HER TERM WILL END 2-2024. AS THE DIRECTOR OF THE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION, THIS MEETS THE REQUIREMENT OF THE RPC APPOINTMENT TO THE HSC.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-047

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF ERSKINE ROUTE TO THE SPRINGFIELD URBAN FORESTRY COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 102, SECTION 102.10; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT ERSKINE ROUTE WHO RESIDES ON MONROE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE URBAN FORESTRY COMMISSION. HE REPLACES MICHAEL PIERCE AND HIS TERM WILL END 8-2022.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-047

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF ERSKINE ROUTE TO THE SPRINGFIELD URBAN FORESTRY COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 102, SECTION 102.10; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT ERSKINE ROUTE WHO RESIDES ON MONROE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE URBAN FORESTRY COMMISSION. HE REPLACES MICHAEL PIERCE AND HIS TERM WILL END 8-2022.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-047

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF ERSKINE ROUTE TO THE SPRINGFIELD URBAN FORESTRY COMMISSION
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 102, SECTION 102.10; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT ERSKINE ROUTE WHO RESIDES ON MONROE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE URBAN FORESTRY COMMISSION. HE REPLACES MICHAEL PIERCE AND HIS TERM WILL END 8-2022.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-048

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF GEOFFREY S. PETTYS TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 97, SECTION 97.02; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT GEOFFREY S PETTYS WHO RESIDES ON W COOK STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES. HE WILL BE REPLACING LARRY HARVELL WHOSE TERM HAS ENDED. HIS TERM WILL END 11-2023.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-048

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF GEOFFREY S. PETTYS TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 97, SECTION 97.02; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT GEOFFREY S PETTYS WHO RESIDES ON W COOK STREET, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES. HE WILL BE REPLACING LARRY HARVELL WHOSE TERM HAS ENDED. HIS TERM WILL END 11-2023.
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Department: General City Business
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2021-049

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF MARTIN RYAN TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 97, SECTION 97.02; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT MARTIN RYAN WHO RESIDES ON BARONNE DR, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES. HIS TERM WILL END 2-2024.
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2021-049

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF MARTIN RYAN TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PURSUANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 97, SECTION 97.02; THIS ORDINANCE IS TO APPOINT MARTIN RYAN WHO RESIDES ON BARONNE DR, SPRINGFIELD, TO THE LINCOLN LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES. HIS TERM WILL END 2-2024.
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2021-050

AN ORDINANCE TO DECREASE THE NUMBER OF CLASS “E” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE DUE TO CLOSURE OF BUSINESS BY JOWD, INC. D/B/A EXPRESS CHICKEN & SHRIMP LOCATED AT 2023 SOUTH 15TH STREET
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2021-031

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF GRINDING ROLLER TIRES TO REPLENISH INVENTORY FOR THE PULVERIZERS LOCATED IN UNIT 4 FROM WOOD GROUP USA, INC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $53,070.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This ordinance approves the purchase of three (3) grinding roller tires for Unit 4 from Wood Group USA, Inc. (“Wood Group”) in an amount not to exceed $53,070.00. This ordinance will be replenishing inventory item D10572001006. Each pulverizer at Unit 4 requires three (3) grinding roller tires for a rebuild. The tires can be resurfaced after rebuild, but a couple of the tires were beyond repair, requiring the purchase of a new set. These grinding roller tires need to be kept on hand in the event of a failure; the loss of a pulverizer could prevent the Unit from operating at full load. The lead-time on these parts is approximate 16 weeks. Wood Group is the OEM for these items; they are not a local vendor.
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Department: CWLP
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