[ close without saving ]
[ close ]
[ close & refresh ]
[ close without saving ]
[ close ]
[ close & refresh ]

 

Home

Calendar
of Events

City
Departments

City
Forms

Announcements
& Reports

 Mayor &
City Council

 Job
 Opportunities

 

Jul 23, 2014
Fishing Clinic

Jul 30, 2014
Fishing Clinic

Aug 04, 2014 6:30 PM
City Council Meeting

Aug 05, 2014 5:00 PM
Night Out Against Crime

Aug 18, 2014 6:30 PM
City Council Meeting

Sep 01, 2014
City Offices Closed - Labor Day Holiday

Sep 02, 2014 6:30 PM
City Council Meeting

Sep 15, 2014 6:30 PM
City Council Meeting

Oct 06, 2014 6:30 PM
City Council Meeting

Oct 20, 2014 6:30 PM
City Council Meeting

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE
MAYOR AND THE COMMITTEE-OF-THE-WHOLE
OF THE CITY OF EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS

ON 09/05/2000


ROLL CALL

Mayor Ward called the meeting to order and directed the City Clerk Bobbi-Sue Huntoon to call the roll. The following Alder People were present: David Kelley, Gary Kelley, Crotis Teague, Helen Heiland, John Thodos, Joe Moreno and Carol Doose. There were no Alder people absent.

BI-STATE MAPPING AGREEMENT (JIM HUGHES & BILL LAUPER)

As a part of the East Moline Geographic Information System (GSI) the City will have to have all of our maps of our water and sewer infrastructure digitized to overlay on top of the digitized parcel maps that we will be receiving from the County. We have taken ½ of East Moline's maps to the Bi-State Regional Commission to have Bi-State digitize the maps. We have a quote from Bi-State to digitize these maps for $5,300.

A motion was made by Moreno, seconded by Doose to request the City Attorney to draft an agreement along with a resolution, concur with the request to have Bi-State digitize these maps of East Moline for $5,300, to come from the vehicle and equipment reserve fund. Pass on to the full council for consideration. There was discussion. Upon roll call the following Alder People voted in favor: D. Kelley, G. Kelley, Teague, Heiland, Thodos, Moreno and Doose. The motion carries.

ROOF REPAIRS (DEAN PIATT) The roof on the new anaerobic digester building needs to be repaired. Approximately 3000 sq. ft. in size. There are significant areas of damage that leak when it is raining. Three bids were obtained for repairs ranging from $7,200.00 (40% down) to $21,800.00.

A motion was made by Heiland, seconded by Thodos to table this issue until bids are obtained according to our purchase policy. Upon roll call the following Alder People voted in favor: D. Kelley, G. Kelley, Teague, Heiland, Thodos, Moreno and Doose. The motion carries.

VEHICLE PURCHASE (CHIEF FREEMAN) Detective car #505 is a 10-year-old Ford with deteriorating body rust and needs replacement. There are currently two old squad cars taken out of service that need mechanical work. Those two cars plus car #505 have been appraised by both Reynolds and Green Chevrolet as trade ins on a late model used sedan. Reynolds offered a 1999 Ford Taurus for our cars and $8,200. Green offered a 1999 Chevy Lumina for our cars and $7,280.

A motion was made by Thodos, seconded by Heiland to approve the request to purchase the used 1999 Lumina from Green Chevrolet at a cost of $7,280 plus the trade in of three old squad cars, there will be no impact to the budget, there is over $2,200 still budgeted in vehicle purchases and $5,000 in State Drug Seizure funds that can be used for this purpose. Pass on to the full council for consideration. Upon roll call the following Alder People voted in favor: D. Kelley, G. Kelley, Teague, Heiland, Thodos, Moreno and Doose. The motion carries.

EXTENSION OF NO PARKING ZONES (CHIEF FREEMAN)

The Police Department is recommending the extension of no-parking at the intersection of 21st, 23rd, and 25th Avenue on 7th Street.

A motion was made by Moreno, seconded by Teague to approve the recommendation by the police department as presented, request the City Attorney to draft an ordinance. Pass on to the full council for consideration. Upon roll call the following Alder People voted in favor: D. Kelley, G. Kelley, Teague, Heiland, Thodos, Moreno and Doose. The motion carries.

CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY CLASSIFICATION REVISION (T. JOHNSON)

This is a re-submission of the Issue submitted on April 3 and tabled on April 17th. Several changes have taken place in the Exempt Compensation structure since the original submission that may make the recommendation changes more palatable:

Exempt employees have lost both longevity and Education payments

Confidential secretaries are now in Exempt Labor Grade 1

A motion was made by D. Kelley, seconded by Thodos to concur with the recommendation to change the Confidential Secretaries benefits to match those of the other exempt employees, effective retroactive to May 1, 2000, and prorated to that date. Also to change the Confidential Secretaries compensation policy to match that of the other exempt employees effective retroactive to May 1, 2000. These Secretaries to receive pay increases of 3.25% was scheduled on May 1, 2000. New salary increases will be based on merit review for the review evaluation period of May 1, 2000, to April 30, 2001. Place the Confidential Secretaries into exempt job grade 1. The budget impact will be the difference between the standard union increase and the Merit increase. Pass on to the full council for consideration. There was discussion. Upon roll call the following Alder People voted in favor: D. Kelley, G. Kelley. Teague, Thodos, Moreno and Doose. Voting no: Heiland. The motion carries. 6/1

ADJOURNMENT

A motion was made by G. Kelley, seconded by D. Kelley to adjourn. Upon roll call the following Alder People voted in favor: Doose, D. Kelley, G. Kelley, Teague, Heiland, Thodos and Moreno. The motion carries. 8:17 p.m.

Minutes taken and submitted by,
_______________________________

Bobbi-Sue Huntoon, City Clerk

 

Go back to Comittee of the Whole page for 2000

Go back to Comittee of the Whole Main Page

 

Copyright East Moline 2007.  All rights reserved