Topics from this meeting include the Municipal Appointments, Ordinance 757, An Ordinance Authorizing the Execution of the IML/RMA Minimum/Maximum Contribution Agreement, Asphalt Seal at Granby Park, employee luncheon, 12 hours shifts for Police Department, sewer pumps repairs, drive through Trunk O Treat, and the indroduction of Stephanie Allen as newly appointed Zoning Administrator.
Topics from this meeting include FEMA flood grant, federal COVID reimbursement, and Unit 10 computer classes.
Topics from this meeting include Standard Auto Body, Inc., FCPD Charitable Foundation, new Fire Dept. equipment, and personnel changes
Topics from this meeting include completion of 45th St project, Census events, building permit expiration dates, and increased COVID-19 restrictions.
Topics from this meeting include: completion of Village Park renovations, Census, new COVID-19 guidelines, and Christian Activity Center updates.
Topics from this meeting include cell tower upgrades, firearm audit, ordinance code violation campaign, and a traffic safety training program.
Topics from this meeting include Gerald Brown Jr Police Chief Appointment, new police vehicle, and virtual karate classes.
Topics from this meeting include the Sale of Surplus Property (Vehicles and Equipment), UneXtra Herbalife Nutrition Club, and 45th St project.
Topics from this meeting include appointment of Stephanie Pacheco as Administrative Secretary, business license for Mi Rodeo food truck, and police cameras.
Topics from this meeting include permit for Buzz’s Firehouse, new residents, bringing back outdoor dining, and the 45th street project. Read MORE…
The mayor reported the lunch program ends on the same day. The Christian Activities Center will be providing their own program. They will be distributing from the small pavilion at Rose Lake Park.
The lunch program has been a means of encouragement in the community. The mayor has also received compliments for that. Mayor Suarez thanked all the people who help with the lunch distributions. Right now, the lunch program will run through May 22, 2020. There is some talk of continuing it through June but there is no official notification to date. Read Mor
There was meeting over possibility of being reimbursed by FEMA with regard to COVID-19 Emergency costs to municipalities.
At this time Mayor Suarez addressed those present with a review of Resolution 2020-04, an emergency resolution addressing the village’s efforts to combat the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The mayor emphasized the dangers involved and the willingness of the village administration to cooperate with the state and federal government’s guidelines. Briefly, the mayor described some of the content of the resolution.
Mayor Suarez called for the Emergency Meeting in response to the governor of Illinois asking local government to follow state protocol regarding Covid-19.