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COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

Lincoln City Hall, Council Chambers

700 Broadway Street | Lincoln, Illinois

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

 

The Committee of the Whole Meeting of the City Council of Lincoln was called to order by Mayor Tracy Welch at 7:01 p.m., with proper notice given. City Clerk Peggy Bateman called roll.

 

Present:

Alderman Rob Jones, Ward 1

Alderman Steve Parrott, Ward 1

Alderman Tony Zurkammer, Ward 2

Alderman Sam Downs, Ward 2

Alderman Kevin Bateman, Ward 3

Alderwoman Wanda Lee Rohlfs, Ward 3

Alderwoman Kathy Horn, Ward 4

Alderman Rick Hoefle, Ward 4


Staff Present:

Peggy Bateman, City Clerk

Chuck Conzo, City Treasurer

John Hoblit, City Attorney

Matt Vlahovich, Police Chief

Bob Dunovsky, Fire Chief

Walt Landers, Streets Superintendent

Andrew Bowns, Veolia Water, Project Manager

Remotely:

Wes Woodhall, Building and Safety Officer

Absent:

Presiding:

Mayor Tracy Welch


 

 

Public Comment:

There is no one present for public comment. 

 

Request to Permit:  Closure of various streets for LCHS Homecoming Parade Friday, September 16, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. 

This item will be placed on the consent agenda. 

 

Advice & Consent to mayoral appointment of Rob Jones to the Economic Development Commission.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Advice & Consent to mayoral appointment of Molly Pickering to the Planning Commission. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

Advice & Consent to the Mayoral re-appointments, Matthew Vlahovich – Chief of Police, Robert Dunovsky – Fire Chief, Walt Landers – Street Superintendent, Wes Woodhall – Building & Safety Inspector.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

Approval of invoice from Crawford, Murphy and Tilly for Lincoln Phosphorus Removal Feasibility Plan for the WWTP in the amount of $8,311.02.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Pay Application #21 from Plocher Construction Company for the CSO Project in an amount of $535,675.07.

This item is being handled as a pay app but is actually a release of contingency.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Approval of invoice from Hanson Professional Services for 5th Street Road Project in the amount of $225.85.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Amendment to the Special Police Services Agreement.

This is a rate increase to cover off duty/overtime work.  There has not been an increase since 2016.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Heitmann Drive Reconstruction Project Bid Award.

Bid opening was last week.  Kinney Contractors was the lowest bid at $380,086.23.

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Ordinance amending 1-7-2 of the Lincoln City Code regarding City Hall office hours. 

The office hours will be added to the agenda item. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Ordinance authorizing the Sale of Excess Personal Property.

Each department has a list of surplus property that is no longer in needed or used by the City and will be listed for sale. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Ordinance adding Juneteenth as a City Holiday.

This holiday is now recognized as a federal and state holiday. 

This item will be placed on the regular agenda.

 

Additional Item

Due to the announcement not making it in the paper as requested, the previously passed ordinance to go out for bid for the Kickapoo Street property will need to be amended with the new dates.  This item will be placed on the regular agenda. 

 

Announcements:

  • Mayor Welch encourages anyone and everyone to view the new Tiny Veteran’s Home that was recently completed and dedicated. The 3rd home will break ground soon.
  • The first 3rd Friday event will be on May 20, 2022.
  • The City Cleanup is Saturday, May 14, 2022.
  • The woodshop at LCHS will raise the new pavilion on Wednesday, May 11th.

Adjournment:

 

There being no further discussion to come before the City Council of Lincoln, Alderman Hoelfe motioned to adjourn, seconded by Alderman Zurkammer. All were in favor. Mayor Welch adjourned the meeting at 7:23 p.m.

 

Respectfully Submitted By:

Charity Hutchison, Recording Secretary

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Information is available on the following sites:
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Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 

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