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City of Quincy City Council met June 3

By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Jun 7, 2019

Meeting 10

City of Quincy City Council met June 3.

Here is the agenda provided by the council:

PETITIONS

Ward 4 A revocable permit application for encroachment of city right-of-way by Mary Ann Klein and Joe Messina, owners of property located at 2100 Aldo Boulevard, to place a hand rail on both sides of the courtesy sidewalk in front of their property. The Utilities and Engineering Director presents this request subject to four conditions.

Wards 7,4,5,3 By St. Jude Run/Quincy requesting permission to hold a run on August 2nd starting at 3:00 p.m. They are requesting the west part of the parking lot at 5th & Vermont be closed from July 31st at 8:00 p.m. through August 2nd at 3:00 p.m. They also request “no parking” signs be set up on August 2nd on the south side of Maine St., 7th to 8th and 18th to 20th, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. to aid in the parking of motor homes via runner stops. The run will begin at 5th & Vermont, go south on 5th to Maine then east on Maine to 54th Street, north on 54th to Broadway continuing out on 104. A police escort will be used on the routes where runners are on the street.

Mayor Kyle A. Moore recommending to the City Council to extend the Civil Emergency for seven days ending on June 10, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

Police Chief recommending approval of the yearly fee be paid to STARCOM21-Motorola Solutions in the amount of $8,424 for the radios.

Police Chief recommending approval of the purchase of two handheld ticketing units from Saltus Technologies, Tulsa, OK, in the amount of $7,823.82.

Fire Aldermanic Committee and Fire Chief recommending approval of payment to ESO in the amount of $4,955 to renew licenses for the current fiscal year.

Fire Aldermanic Committee and Fire Chief recommending approval of the payment to Adashi Systems in the amount of $3,494 to renew annual licenses for the current fiscal year.

Fire Aldermanic Committee and Fire Chief recommending approval to contract with Target Solutions for software in the amount of $5,735 for Aircraft Rescue Firefighting Training that is CFR139 compliant for the current fiscal year.

Fire Aldermanic Committee and Fire Chief recommending approval to purchase one RIT kit in the amount of $4,406.78 from Sentinel Emergency Solutions with the City’s portion of the purchase being $396.98.

Fire Aldermanic Committee and Fire Chief recommending approval to enter into an agreement to transfer its interest in each of the 1987 Pierce Dash Pumpers to yet to be named fire departments (as determined by the Fire Chief) for consideration of $1.00 each.

Information Technology Director and Technology Committee recommending approval of the low quote from SHI, Somerset, NJ, in the amount of $49,700 for network infrastructure equipment for Quincy Police Dept. area in the new Adams County Detention Center.

Resolution authorizing Washington Theater Auditorium be exempt from Prohibition of sale of alcohol in Public Buildings.

ORDINANCES

Adoption of an ordinance entitled: An Ordinance Amending The 2019-2020 Fiscal Year

Budget. (Self Insurance Fund (MICA) increased by $47,000.)

Second reading of an ordinance entitled: An Ordinance Amending The 2019-2020 Fiscal Year Budget. (Additional Expense for more garbage totes, $25,500.)

REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE REQUEST TO SPEAK

Written request to speak under suspended rules by C. David Nuessen on implementation of Quincy Next Strategic Plan.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Executive/Closed Session pursuant to the Open Meetings Act 5 ILCS 120/2/(c)(1) (Personnel) and Act 5 ILCS 120/2 (c) (2) Collective Negotiations

RESOLUTION

Fire Chief and Administrative Services Director recommending adoption of this one year agreement with District No.9 I.A.M.A.W. Local Lodge 822 for term of 5/1/19 – 4/30/20.

https://www.quincyil.gov/home/showdocument?id=1182

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