Executive Committee meeting will be held this Tuesday at 4:30 pm and Rules Sub-Committee Meeting (No posted agenda yet) is Thursday at 3:30pm in the Government Center, 4th Floor. Following Roll Call, Approval of Minutes, there will be time for Appearance by Members of the Public.
OF NOTE: FINANCE Approve Sexual Harassment Policy, Zero Tolerance Drug Free Workplace Policy, and Ordinance by McLean County establishing Retailers’ Occupation Tax of 3.75% for unincorporated areas of McLean County and 3% within municipal boundaries.
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EXECUTIVE Departmental Matters: Presented for Action: Will Appoint Richard J. Kelly to Southeastern McLean County Water Authority and present General Report of the Information Technologies and Executive Committee PG 5-6.
PROPERTY Presented for Action:Approval to amend Boat Concession Fees in McLean County Code. To be Presented to the Board: Approval of contract with Johnson Controls for Fire Alarm Monitoring at Old Courthouse; Government Center Fire Alarm Monitoring & Gas Suppression System testing; Fire Extinguisher testing for Government Center, Juvenile DC, METCOM, Old Courthouse, Law & Justice Center, and 200 W Front St; and Approval of updated Kone Elevator Maintenance Agreement that limits increases over the 5 year contract to a 3% increase on year 4 only. Information: General Report.
JUSTICE Presented for Action: Approval of Interlocal Agreement between McLean County, and Bloomington for the Byrne Justice Grant Program Award to use $23,716 for technology/training/equipment. To be Presented to the Board: Approval addendum to the Idemia Identity & Security USA system maintenance agreement ($4,616). Information: General Report.
FINANCE Presented for Action: Approve proposed Insurance Program for Risk Management in 2020, Sexual Harassment Policy, Zero Tolerance Drug Free Workplace Policy, and Ordinance by McLean County establishing Retailers’ Occupation Tax of 3.75% for unincorporated areas of McLean County and 3% within municipal boundaries. To be Presented to the Board: None. Information: General Report.
HEALTH Presented for Action: Approval of budget adjustment to cover local media advertising costs ($13,550). To be Presented to the Board: Agreements with Critical Care Pharmacy; Rehabilitation Services Agreement; Advertising Agreements with Lee Enterprises ($8,650.50 for 6 months: 52- ¼ page ads and 210,000 online ads) and WJBC ($775 per month for 6 months: 45- :30 ads and rotating banner ad on website). Information: General Report.
LAND USE Presented for Action: NONE. To be Presented to the Board: Case S-20-01waiver and approval of one-lot subdivision for Paula Cunningham on the Daly-Cunningham Farm in Towanda Township. Information: General Report.
TRANSPORTATION Presented for Action: None To be Presented to the Board: Requests Requests approvals of January Project letting for Gridley Road repaving ($399,811); Motor Fuel tax resolution for Ropp Road to complete 2 layers of micro-surfacing that will extend the life of the road ($150,000); of Highway Fund resolution for Colfax-Weston Road as part of the Bright Stalk Wind Farm ($2,100,000); of Bridge Construction petition for Joint Culvert replacement #1 on Dawson Road District (County’s share is $6,150); and Supplement #1 engineering agreement with Hutchinson Engineering for Park Culvert on Pipeline Road to cover additional work necessary once the project began, which increased the engineering costs ($21,500). Information: General Report.
REPORT OF COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR Presented for Action: None. To be Presented to the Board: NONE. Information: Report on Recent Employment (1- Triage Center Specialist with BHCC and 1 Director of Regional Planning), EJS Update, and General Report. Payment of bills.
RULES SUB-COMMITTEE No agenda posted at this time, but I will update everyone once the agenda is available.
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