Regular Meeting of July 21, 2014
Call to Order and Roll Call
Pledge of Allegiance
A. PUBLIC COMMENT
B. APPROVAL OF CONSENT AS PRESENTED
C. CONSENT AGENDA/OMNIBUS VOTE (Roll Call Vote)
(All items under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine in nature and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Trustee so requests. In which event, the discussion will be the first item of business after approval of the Consent Agenda.)
1. Approval of the minutes from the July 7, 2014 Village Board meeting.
2. Approval of granting a Class 9 Liquor License to the Warren Newport Public Library for Executive Director Stephen Bero’s retirement party on July 25, 2014.
3. Approval of Payroll for period ending July 12, 2014 in the amount of $752,108.97.
4. Approval of Payroll Transfer Journal for period ending July 12, 2014 in the amount of $746,627.67.
5. Approval of Bills for the period ending July 21, 2014 in the amount of $2,881,120.45.
D. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS
1. Approval of Proclamation congratulating the Warren Township High School Girls Softball Team – 2013-2014 IHSA Girls Softball 4A Champions.
F. OLD BUSINESS
G. NEW BUSINESS
1. Approval of Ord. 2014 - granting a Special Use Permit for a Preliminary/Final Planned Unit Development (“PUD”) with a PUD Agreement, approval of the Preliminary PUD and associated plans, and approval of the Final PUD and associated plans, on the petition of Conservation Development, LLC, for 8.6 acres located at 1001 N. Hunt Club Board (approximately 1,700 feet south of the intersection of Hunt Club Road and Dada Drive).
2. Approval of Ord. 2014 - granting a Minor Amendment to a Special Use Permit, pursuant to the Gurnee Zoning Ordinance, relating to DeVry University’s Special Use Permit for 1075 Tri-State Parkway.
3. Approval of Mayor Kovarik’s recommended appointment of Ty Bonds to the Civil Service Commission.
4. Approval of request from Mayor Kovarik to attend the National League of Cities Congress of Cities and Exposition in Austin, TX from November 18 – 22, 2014 at a cost not to exceed $1,325.00.
H. PUBLIC COMMENT