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April 16, 2019


  • Discussed regulations relating to tobacco, electronic cigarettes and alternative nicotine products. The Board is considering a temporary moratorium village-wide on any new business that has tobacco and nicotine products as a principal use until the Village Board has received a report from staff and evaluated the issues.
  • Gave final approval to ordinances amending the Municipal Code relating to the regulation of sweepstakes machines and the licensing and regulation of raffles.
  • Authorized execution of a one-year contract extension with ADS, LLC of Huntsville, Ala. for $53,000 for water system leak detection and survey services in fiscal year 2019.
  • Ratified an emergency purchase with Cummings NPower LLC of Hodgkins, Ill. for $25,442 to emergency generator repairs at the Laramie pump station.
  • Authorized execution of a two-year contract with two one-year extensions with Schroeder & Schroeder, Inc. of Skokie for $548,068 annually for concrete flatwork repair services.
  • Authorized execution of a one-year contract with two one-year extensions with Precision Pavement Marking, Inc. of Elgin for $25,210 for pavement marking services.
  • Authorized execution of a contract with Baxter & Woodman, Inc. of Crystal Lake for $398,365 for GIS/GPS field data collection services, and to amend the 2019 annual budget in the amount of $178,365 to complete the project within 2019.
  • Authorized a contract award to Construction & Geotechnical Material Testing, Inc. of Elk Grove Village for up to $63,645 for independent pavement material testing services.
  • Authorized a bid award to J.A. Johnson Paving Co. of Arlington Heights for up to $1,502,173 for fiscal year 2019 road resurfacing and the Minor Area Repair Strategy (MARS) program.
  • Authorized execution of a contract with Semper Fi Land Services, Inc. of Yorkville for $530,265 to construct the River Drive retaining wall improvement project. The approximately 40-year-old wall southeast of River Drive and Glenview Road along the West Fork of the North Branch of the Chicago River was found to be deteriorating, and 200 linear feet will be replaced with concrete blocks, along with replacement of a fence and new landscaping.
  • Preliminarily approved an ordinance for conditional use for Congregation Ahavat Olam to allow portions of Anthem Memory Care, 1879 Chestnut Avenue, periodically as a facility devoted to religious worship. The operation of religious facilities is permitted only as a conditional use in residentially-zoned areas.