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CITY COUNCIL MEETING

CITY OF WHEATON, ILLINOIS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019

WHEATON CITY HALL - 303 W WESLEY STREET 7:00 P.M.

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Pledge of Allegiance: Councilman Prendiville

AGENDA Call To Order: Roll Call:

Report Of City Manager:

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Report Of City Attorney:

Citizens To Be Heard: The opportunity to speak to the City Council is provided for those who have a question or comment on an agenda item or a City of Wheaton issue. The City Council appreciates hearing from our residents and your thoughts and questions are valued. The City Council strives to make the best decisions for the City and public input is very helpful.
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Respect for the duties of the City Council and for the democratic process will be adhered to in this regard, civility and a sense of decorum will be strictly followed. All speakers must address their comments to the Mayor. Comments that are personally condescending will not be permitted. Speakers shall be courteous and should not make statements that are personally disrespectful to members of the City Council.

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Please use the podium in the center aisle as the proceedings are videotaped. Please announce your name and address before commenting all public comments are limited to five (5) minutes and each citizen will be permitted to speak only once.

Comments related to specific agenda items can be made when the item is discussed. If your matter needs to be discussed in more detail, please attend the City Council s monthly Coffee with Council Session or present your comments in writing.

A member of the public may request that a Consent Agenda item be removed from the Consent Agenda during Citizens to be Heard. The Mayor may ask for a brief explanation of the reason for the request. The item will be removed from the Consent Agenda upon the concurrence of any member of the City Council. If the item is not removed, the member of the public may address the Consent Agenda item during Citizens to be Heard. Consent Agenda:

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Approval Of Minutes

02 04 19 Draft Minutes 02 04 19 DRAFT MINUTES.PDF Consent Unfinished Business Consent New Business
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Consent Agenda New Business 1

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CANB01 - BOND WAIVERS AND RAFFLE APPLNS-WHITTIER PTA, BRIAR GLEN PTC, TIGER PAWS AND CUSD 200 SPECIAL OLYMPICS.PDF

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CANB02 - A RESOLUTION APPROVING JEFFERSON E.C.C. PLAT OF CONSOLIDATION.PDF

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Regular Agenda New Business 1

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RANB01 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AGMT-THOMAS ENGINEERING GROUP FOR PHASE III ENG SVCS FOR BLANCHARD AND PRESIDENT STREETS.PDF

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Regular Agenda New Business 2

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RANB02 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 6 - INCREASE IN CLASS E AND E-CAFE LIQUOR LICENSE-PETES FRESH MARKET-151 RICE LAKE SQ.PDF

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RANB03 - RECOMMENDATION TO PURCHASE REPLACEMENT DUMP TRUCK.PDF

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RANB04 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AGMT WITH BUILDERS LAND, INC. FOR FINANCE DEPARTMENT REMODEL.PDF

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Regular Agenda New Business 5

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RANB05 - RECOMMENDATION FOR PURCHASE OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT FURNITURE.PDF

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Approval Of Bills:

Warrant No. 746 WARRANT NO. 746.PDF Adjournment:
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CITY OF WHEATON, ILLINOIS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019

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WHEATON CITY HALL - 303 W WESLEY STREET 7:00 P.M.

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Pledge of Allegiance: Councilman Prendiville

AGENDA Call To Order: Roll Call:

Report Of City Manager:

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Report Of City Attorney:

Citizens To Be Heard: The opportunity to speak to the City Council is provided for those who have a question or comment on an agenda item or a City of Wheaton issue. The City Council appreciates hearing from our residents and your thoughts and questions are valued. The City Council strives to make the best decisions for the City and public input is very helpful.
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Respect for the duties of the City Council and for the democratic process will be adhered to in this regard, civility and a sense of decorum will be strictly followed. All speakers must address their comments to the Mayor. Comments that are personally condescending will not be permitted. Speakers shall be courteous and should not make statements that are personally disrespectful to members of the City Council.

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Please use the podium in the center aisle as the proceedings are videotaped. Please announce your name and address before commenting all public comments are limited to five (5) minutes and each citizen will be permitted to speak only once.

Comments related to specific agenda items can be made when the item is discussed. If your matter needs to be discussed in more detail, please attend the City Council s monthly Coffee with Council Session or present your comments in writing.

A member of the public may request that a Consent Agenda item be removed from the Consent Agenda during Citizens to be Heard. The Mayor may ask for a brief explanation of the reason for the request. The item will be removed from the Consent Agenda upon the concurrence of any member of the City Council. If the item is not removed, the member of the public may address the Consent Agenda item during Citizens to be Heard. Consent Agenda:

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Approval Of Minutes

02 04 19 Draft Minutes 02 04 19 DRAFT MINUTES.PDF Consent Unfinished Business Consent New Business
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Consent Agenda New Business 1

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CANB01 - BOND WAIVERS AND RAFFLE APPLNS-WHITTIER PTA, BRIAR GLEN PTC, TIGER PAWS AND CUSD 200 SPECIAL OLYMPICS.PDF

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Consent Agenda New Business 2

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CANB02 - A RESOLUTION APPROVING JEFFERSON E.C.C. PLAT OF CONSOLIDATION.PDF

Regular Agenda: Regular Unfinished Business Regular New Business

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Regular Agenda New Business 1

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RANB01 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AGMT-THOMAS ENGINEERING GROUP FOR PHASE III ENG SVCS FOR BLANCHARD AND PRESIDENT STREETS.PDF

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Regular Agenda New Business 2

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RANB02 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 6 - INCREASE IN CLASS E AND E-CAFE LIQUOR LICENSE-PETES FRESH MARKET-151 RICE LAKE SQ.PDF

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RANB03 - RECOMMENDATION TO PURCHASE REPLACEMENT DUMP TRUCK.PDF

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RANB04 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AGMT WITH BUILDERS LAND, INC. FOR FINANCE DEPARTMENT REMODEL.PDF

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Regular Agenda New Business 5

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RANB05 - RECOMMENDATION FOR PURCHASE OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT FURNITURE.PDF

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Approval Of Bills:

Warrant No. 746 WARRANT NO. 746.PDF Adjournment:
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CITY OF WHEATON, ILLINOIS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019

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WHEATON CITY HALL - 303 W WESLEY STREET 7:00 P.M.

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Pledge of Allegiance: Councilman Prendiville

AGENDA Call To Order: Roll Call:

Report Of City Manager:

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Report Of City Attorney:

Citizens To Be Heard: The opportunity to speak to the City Council is provided for those who have a question or comment on an agenda item or a City of Wheaton issue. The City Council appreciates hearing from our residents and your thoughts and questions are valued. The City Council strives to make the best decisions for the City and public input is very helpful.
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Respect for the duties of the City Council and for the democratic process will be adhered to in this regard, civility and a sense of decorum will be strictly followed. All speakers must address their comments to the Mayor. Comments that are personally condescending will not be permitted. Speakers shall be courteous and should not make statements that are personally disrespectful to members of the City Council.

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Please use the podium in the center aisle as the proceedings are videotaped. Please announce your name and address before commenting all public comments are limited to five (5) minutes and each citizen will be permitted to speak only once.

Comments related to specific agenda items can be made when the item is discussed. If your matter needs to be discussed in more detail, please attend the City Council s monthly Coffee with Council Session or present your comments in writing.

A member of the public may request that a Consent Agenda item be removed from the Consent Agenda during Citizens to be Heard. The Mayor may ask for a brief explanation of the reason for the request. The item will be removed from the Consent Agenda upon the concurrence of any member of the City Council. If the item is not removed, the member of the public may address the Consent Agenda item during Citizens to be Heard. Consent Agenda:

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Approval Of Minutes

02 04 19 Draft Minutes 02 04 19 DRAFT MINUTES.PDF Consent Unfinished Business Consent New Business
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Consent Agenda New Business 1

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CANB01 - BOND WAIVERS AND RAFFLE APPLNS-WHITTIER PTA, BRIAR GLEN PTC, TIGER PAWS AND CUSD 200 SPECIAL OLYMPICS.PDF

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Consent Agenda New Business 2

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CANB02 - A RESOLUTION APPROVING JEFFERSON E.C.C. PLAT OF CONSOLIDATION.PDF

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Regular Agenda New Business 1

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RANB01 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AGMT-THOMAS ENGINEERING GROUP FOR PHASE III ENG SVCS FOR BLANCHARD AND PRESIDENT STREETS.PDF

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RANB02 - AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 6 - INCREASE IN CLASS E AND E-CAFE LIQUOR LICENSE-PETES FRESH MARKET-151 RICE LAKE SQ.PDF

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RANB03 - RECOMMENDATION TO PURCHASE REPLACEMENT DUMP TRUCK.PDF

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RANB04 - A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AGMT WITH BUILDERS LAND, INC. FOR FINANCE DEPARTMENT REMODEL.PDF

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RANB05 - RECOMMENDATION FOR PURCHASE OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT FURNITURE.PDF

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Approval Of Bills:

Warrant No. 746 WARRANT NO. 746.PDF Adjournment:
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1. Call to Order and Roll Call The regular Wheaton City Council Meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Michael J. Gresk. Upon roll call, the following were:

Physically Present: Mayor Gresk Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch Councilman Prendiville Councilman Rutledge

Absent: Councilman Scalzo

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James Knippen, City Attorney James P. Kozik, Director of Planning and Economic Development Paul G. Redman, Director of Engineering William Schultz, Fire Chief Robert R. Lehnhardt, Finance Director Sharon Barrett-Hagen, City Clerk

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Presentations Mayor Gresk presented a proclamation to Ms. Amy Langford, Perrin-Wheaton Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution recognizing February 12, 2019 as Perrin-Wheaton Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Day in honor of the Chapter s 91st anniversary. Ms. Langford thanked the Mayor and City Council for the proclamation and highlighted their work on promoting citizenship, historic preservation and literacy.

Mayor Gresk presented a proclamation to staff members of Wheaton Sport Center, recognizing the organization s 40th anniversary. They thanked the Mayor and City Council for the proclamation and for the support of the community over the past 40 years.

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Consent Agenda Councilman Prendiville moved and Councilman Barbier seconded that the following action be taken on the Consent Agenda items:

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Approve the January 22, 2019 minutes of the regular Wheaton City Council.

WHEATON CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS February 4, 2019
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2. Approve Bond Waivers and Authorize Issuance of Raffle Licenses to the Lowell PTA and We Grow Dreams.

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Roll Call on Consent Agenda: Ayes: Councilman Prendiville

Mayor Gresk Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch Nays: None

Absent: Councilman Scalzo Councilman Suess

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Motion Carried Unanimously

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Approve Reappointment to City Boards and Commissions Mayor Gresk moved and Councilman Rutledge seconded that Tim Bayee be reappointed to the Board of Trustees Police Pension Fund for a two-year term.

Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Mayor Gresk Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch Nays: None

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Absent: Councilman Scalzo Councilman Suess

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Motion Carried Unanimously

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Pass Ordinance No. O-2019-07, An Ordinance Authorizing a Protective Fence Wheaton Park District Central Athletic Complex, 500 S. Naperville Road Councilman Rutledge moved and Councilman Prendiville seconded that Ordinance No. O-2019-07, An Ordinance Authorizing a Protective Fence Wheaton Park District Central Athletic Complex, 500 S. Naperville Road, be passed.

Assistant City Manager Duguay stated the Wheaton Park District has asked to construct a 30-foot protective fence at the Central Athletic Complex on Naperville Road. He stated staff feels the fence would alter the essential character of the area and has recommended, as a compromise, that the fence be removed after baseball season is over.

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Councilwoman Fitch agrees with the findings of fact set out in the ordinance but does not believe that staff s proposed condition to remove the poles and netting is necessary. She stated she would be in favor of removing that condition.

Councilman Rutledge agreed that if the protective fence is constructed, it should remain. WHEATON CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS February 4, 2019

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Councilman Prendiville agrees with the comments made and thanked the Wheaton Park District for addressing this matter.

Councilwoman Fitch moved and Councilman Barbier seconded to remove the condition requiring the support poles and netting be removed.
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Mr. Frank Moscardini, Youth Baseball and Softball Commissioner stated they are requesting the fence because they are seeing an increase in foul balls, mainly in their softball program.

In response to Councilman Rutledge, Assistant City Manager Duguay stated staff felt the height of the poles and netting did not fit the character of the general area.

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Roll Call Vote on Amendment: Ayes: Councilwoman Fitch

Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier Nays: None

Absent: Councilman Scalzo Councilman Suess

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Motion Carried Unanimously

Roll Call Vote on Motion to Approve Ordinance as Amended: Ayes: Councilman Rutledge

Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk
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Nays: None Absent: Councilman Scalzo

Councilman Suess Motion Carried Unanimously

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Receive Planning Zoning Board Report RE ZA 19-01/Special Use Permit/124 N. Main Street/Leventis and Pass Ordinance No. O-2019-08, An Ordinance Amending the Wheaton Zoning Map by Granting a Special Use Permit to Allow a Health Club and/or Business and Professional Office to Occupy a Portion of the Main Floor (Unit B 520 Square Feet and Unit C 1,330 Square Feet) of an Existing Building in the C-2 Retail Core Commercial District 124 North Main Street/Leventis Councilwoman Fitch moved and Councilman Barbier seconded that the Planning Zoning Board Report be received and Ordinance No. O-2019-08, An Ordinance Amending the Wheaton Zoning Map by Granting a Special Use Permit to Allow a Health Club and/or Business and Professional Office to Occupy a Portion of the Main Floor (Unit B 520 Square Feet and Unit C 1,330 Square Feet) of an Existing Building in the C-2 Retail Core Commercial District 124 North Main Street/Leventis, be passed.

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Assistant City Manager Duguay reported the City received a request for a special use permit to allow a health club and/or business and professional office to occupy a portion of the ground floor of the existing building located at 124 N. Main Street in the C-2 Zoning District. He stated the Planning Zoning Board unanimously recommended approval of this request at their meeting on January 23, 2019.

Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Councilwoman Fitch Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier

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Nays: None Absent: Councilman Scalzo

Councilman Suess Motion Carried Unanimously

8. Adopt Resolution R-2019-07, A Resolution Authorizing the Execution of Extension 2 to Agreement C36768 with Kurtz Paramedic Service, Inc. for Paramedic Services and Ambulance Billing Services Councilman Rutledge moved and Councilman Prendiville seconded that Resolution R-2019-07, A Resolution Authorizing the Execution of Extension 2 to Agreement C36768 with Kurtz Paramedic Service, Inc. for Paramedic Services and Ambulance Billing Services, be adopted.

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In response to Councilman Rutledge s question regarding the 70 staff turnover, Chief Schultz replied paramedics typically move on from contract paramedic service to full-time positions with municipalities and Fire Prevention Districts.

Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk

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Nays: None Absent: Councilman Scalzo

Councilman Suess Motion Carried Unanimously

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Council Comment Councilman Rutledge introduced Randy and Mary Rutledge who were in the audience, as well as Steven Walsh of Troop 35.

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Approval of Warrant Councilman Rutledge moved and Councilman Barbier seconded that Warrant No. 745 in the amount of 1,511,922.46, be approved.

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Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Councilman Rutledge

Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk

Nays: None Absent: Councilman Scalzo

Councilman Suess Motion Carried Unanimously

Mayor Gresk announced the Council would go into Closed Session and would return to open session to take action on the closed session item.

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Closed Session Councilman Prendiville moved and Councilwoman Fitch seconded that the Wheaton City Council adjourn to closed session at 7:19 p.m. for the purpose of discussion Pending Litigation 5 ILCS 120/2 (c) (11). City Attorney Knippen stated the litigation deals with a tax appeal.

Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch

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Nays: None Absent: Councilman Scalzo

Councilman Suess Motion Carried Unanimously

The Council returned to open session at 7:29 p.m. 12. Adopt Resolution R-2019-08, A Resolution Authorizing Approval and Execution of Property Tax Assessment Settlement Agreement Councilwoman Fitch moved and Councilman Prendiville seconded that Resolution R-2019-08, A Resolution Authorizing Approval and Execution of Property Tax Assessment Settlement Agreement, be adopted. Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Councilwoman Fitch Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier Nays: None WHEATON CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS February 4, 2019

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Absent: Councilman Scalzo Councilman Suess

Motion Carried Unanimously

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Adjournment Councilman Prendiville moved and Councilman Barbier seconded that the regular Wheaton City Council Meeting be adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Councilman Prendiville Mayor Gresk Councilman Rutledge Councilman Barbier Councilwoman Fitch

Nays: None Absent: Councilman Scalzo

Councilman Suess Motion Carried Unanimously

Respectfully submitted,

Sharon Barrett-Hagen City Clerk

Submitted for Approval: February 19, 2019

Consent Agenda: New Business 1

MEMORANDUM
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TO: The Honorable Mayor and City Council

FROM: Sharon Barrett-Hagen, City Clerk
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DATE: February 12, 2019

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SUBJECT: Requests for Waiver of Bond/Raffle License Applications/Whittier School PTA, Briar Glen PTC, WWS Tiger Paws and CUSD 200 Special Olympics

Request Attached are raffle license applications from Whittier School PTA, Briar Glen PTC and WWS Tiger Paws which request waivers of the bond requirement. These applications appear on the February 19, 2019 City Council agenda in accordance with Section 10-201 of the Wheaton City Code which provides for the waiver of the bond requirement by the City Council. Attachment
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cc: Jennifer Raia Jessica Johnston Laura Campbell Megan Burress

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MEMORANDUM
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TO: The Honorable Mayor and City Council

FROM: Paul G. Redman, Director of Engineering
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DATE: February 12, 2019

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SUBJECT: Jefferson E.C.C. Plat of Consolidation

Request City Council to pass resolution approving the plat of Jefferson E.C.C. Plat of Consolidation. Background Community Unit School District 200 has submitted a plat of consolidation of their property for the
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Jefferson Early Childhood Center for city approval. The subject property located at the southwest corner

of Manchester Road and Hazelton Avenue is comprised of numerous underlying parcels created by a
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previous subdivision. The City Code requires consolidation of multi-parcel property prior to the issuance

of a permit.
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Recommendation City staff has reviewed the proposed plat of consolidation and finds it in conformance with City Code

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requirements. A resolution approving the plat of consolidation is attached for your consideration. City

staff recommends adoption of the resolution as submitted. RESOLUTION R-2019 - A RESOLUTION APPROVING JEFFERSON E.C.C. PLAT OF CONSOLIDATION WHEREAS, the Owner has submitted a plat of consolidation of the property located at 130 North Hazelton Avenue to the City for approval (the property is described on Exhibit A attached to this resolution); and the Wheaton City staff has recommended that the plat of consolidation be approved. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Wheaton, Illinois that Jefferson E.C.C. Plat of Consolidation, as prepared by Michael J. Nelson, an Illinois Professional Land Surveyor, dated December 10, 2018 is hereby approved, and the Mayor is hereby

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authorized to sign, and the City Clerk is authorized and directed to attest, this resolution of approval and

Jefferson E.C.C. Plat of Consolidation incorporated herein as Exhibit B.

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ADOPTED this 19th day of February 2019.

____________________________________ Mayor ATTEST: ________________________________ City Clerk Roll Call Vote Ayes: Nays: Absent: Exhibit A Legal Description Jefferson E.C.C. Plat of Consolidation
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130 North Hazelton Avenue

Wheaton, IL 60187 LOTS 1 TO 24 IN BLOCK 1, LOTS 1 TO 6 IN BLOCK 2, LOTS 19 TO 24 IN BLOCK 2 AND ALL OF VACATED CHARLES STREET LYING WEST OF THE EAST LINE OF BLOCKS 1 AND 2 AND LYING EAST OF THE WEST LINE
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OF BLOCKS 1 AND 2 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION 18,

TOWNSHIP 39 NORTH, RANGE 10, EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED JUNE 26, 1924 AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 179446, IN DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. AND, THAT PART OF THE EAST HALF OF ELMWOOD STREET, LYING WEST OF AND ADJACENT TO LOT 6 IN BLOCK 1, LYING WEST OF AND ADJACENT TO THE WEST LINE OF LOTS 16 TO 24 IN BLOCK 1, LYING WEST

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OF AND ADJACENT TO THE WEST LINE OF LOTS 19 TO 24 IN BLOCK 2, LYING WEST OF AND ADJACENT TO

THE WEST LINE OF VACATED CHARLES STREET (PER DOCUMENT NUMBER 884438) IN WHEATON PARK

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MANOR, BEING A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 39 NORTH, RANGE 10, EAST OF THE

THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED JUNE 26, 1924 AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 179446, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF

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SAID LOT 6 IN BLOCK 1 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR; THENCE S00 27 31 E ALONG THE WEST LINE OF

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SAID BLOCKS 1 AND 2 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR FOR A DISTANCE OF 957.08 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST

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CORNER OF SAID LOT 19 IN BLOCK 2 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR; THENCE S85 17 04 W ALONG THE

WESTERLY EXTENSION OF THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID LOT 19 IN BLOCK 2 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR
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FOR A DISTANCE OF 33.09 FEET TO A POINT ON A LINE BEING 33.00 FEET WEST OF AND PERPENDICULAR

TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID BLOCKS 1 AND 2 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR; THENCE N00 27 31 W ALONG SAID LINE BEING 33.00 FEET WEST OF AND PERPENDICULAR TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID BLOCKS 1 AND 2
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FOR A DISTANCE OF 949.76 FEET TO A POINT ON A LINE BEING THE WESTERLY EXTENSION OF THE

NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID LOT 6 IN BLOCK 1 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR, SAID POINT ALSO BEING THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF MANCHESTER ROAD AS DEDICATED PER DOCUMENT 179446; THENCE N73 03 01 E ALONG SAID WESTERLY EXTENSION OF THE NORTHERLY LINE OF SAID LOT 6 IN BLOCK 1 IN WHEATON PARK MANOR FOR A DISTANCE OF 34.42 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, IN DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS.
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P.I.N: 05-18-403-001

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Regular Agenda: New Business 1

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MEMORANDUM TO: The Honorable Mayor and City Council

FROM: Sarang A. Lagvankar, P.E. Senior Project Engineering
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DATE: February 19, 2019

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SUBJECT: Recommendation for LAFO Street Resurfacing Phase 3 Engineering Services For Blanchard Street and President Street

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Request Approve the award of LAFO Street Resurfacing Phase 3 Engineering Services for Blanchard Street and President Street

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Background The City recently solicited three professional engineering firms for phase 3 resident engineer construction services proposals on the subject project. Federally funded projects are administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and require specific guidelines for documentation using a specific software program. Access to this program is limited to engineers and inspectors certified by IDOT.

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Scope of Work The scope of services includes construction observation, documentation of quantities and reporting to the Illinois Department of Transportation as part of the requirement for Federally funded projects.

Proposal Results Proposals were received from the following vendors: Vendor Working Days/Hours Price Thomas Engineering Group Assumes 35 Working Days @ 397.5 total hours 35,439.25 Strand Associates Assumes 50 Working Days @ 558 total hours 64,000.00 Patrick Engineering No Bid Patrick Engineering chose not to submit a proposal due to a shortage of available construction staff with the necessary expertise to staff this project.
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City staff has worked with Strand Associates and Thomas Engineering Group on other engineering projects. Both firms are fully qualified to perform this type of work. The consultants made several assumptions on the number of working days required to complete the work. Engineering staff has converted the total number of hours to an hourly rate to best determine the best value to the City. The cost per hour is listed below:

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Strand Associates cost per hour for this project is 114.69 Thomas Engineering Group cost per hour for this project is 89.15

The Engineering Department has reviewed both proposals and recommends award of the phase 3 construction resident engineering services to Thomas Engineering Group for 35,439.25. Procurement Review Procurement staff reviewed the proposal from Thomas Engineering Group for conformity with the City s terms and conditions and insurance requirements. Thomas Engineering Group is compliant with the proposal requirements.
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Budget Impact The project is budgeted under the Capital Projects Fund for Engineering services.

Recommendation Staff recommends that City Council authorize the execution of Agreement 47 with Thomas Engineering Group for 35,439.25. Agreement and exhibits are on file in the City Clerk s office and available for review. RESOLUTION R-2019-
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RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH THOMAS ENGINEERING GROUP, LLC., FOR PHASE III ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR BLANCHARD STREET

AND PRESIDENT STREET WHEREAS, the City of Wheaton, DuPage County, Illinois finds it reasonable and appropriate to enter into an agreement for Phase III Engineering Services for Blanchard Street and President Street; and WHEREAS, the City conducted a Request for Proposal process and received and reviewed two submittals for Phase III Engineering Services for Blanchard Street and President Street; and WHEREAS, it is determined by the City that the proposal received from Thomas

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Engineering Group, LLC., meets the City s needs; and

WHEREAS, the City has a satisfactory relationship with Thomas Engineering Group, LLC., as described in the Local Government Professional Services Selection Act 50 ILCS 510/4; and

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WHEREAS, it is necessary for the City to enter into an agreement with Thomas

Engineering Group, LLC., for the purpose of Phase III Engineering Services for Blanchard Street and President Street.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Wheaton, Illinois that the Mayor is hereby authorized to execute, and the City Clerk is hereby directed to attest to an agreement between the City of Wheaton and Thomas Engineering Group, LLC., Lombard, Illinois, for Phase III Engineering Services for Blanchard Street and President Street.

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ADOPTED this 19th day of February 2019.

___________________________________ Mayor ATTEST:

__________________________________ City Clerk Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Nays: Absent:

CITY OF

WHEATON Regular Agenda: New Business 2

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PLANNING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 303 W WESLEY STREET, WHEATON, IL, 60187

630.260.2008 I www.wheaton.il.us TO: FROM: DATE: SUBJECT: Request
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MEMORANDUM The Honorable Mayor and City Council

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James P. Kozik, AICP Director of Planning and Economic Development

Application for a Class E Liquor License, Class E-Cafe Liquor License and Approval of a Courtyard - Pete's Fresh Market - 151 Rice Lake Square Approval of a Class E Liquor License, Class E-Cafe Liquor License and approval of a courtyard. Background On February 14, 2019, the Liquor Control Commission held a public hearing to review an application from Royale Liquors LLC, OBA Pete's Fresh Market for a Class E Liquor License, a Class E-Cafe Liquor License and approval of a courtyard for their store that is currently under construction at 151 Rice Lake Square.

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In addition to a Class E Liquor License to allow the sale of packaged goods, Pete's Fresh Market is seeking a Class E - Cafe License to allow the sale of beer and wine in their cafe which is located near the front of the store.

Pete's Fresh Market is also proposing an enclosed Courtyard located on the south end of their store. The courtyard would have access from the cafe dining area inside the store and would be portioned off as a designated sitting area.

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A
floor plan depicting the Packaged Sales Area , Cafe and Courtyard is attached to this memorandum.

At the hearing, the Liquor Control Commission unanimously voted to recommend approval of the proposed courtyard, and issuance of a Class E Liquor License and a Class E-Cafe Liquor License to Roya le Liquors LLC, OBA Pete's Fresh Market. Recommendation Staff would recommend approval of the proposed courtyard and attached Ordinance issuing a Class E Liquor License and a Class E-Cafe Liquor License to Royale Liquors LLC, OBA Pete's Fresh Market. Attachment

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c: Steve Vitogiannis a

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE WHEATON LIQUOR CONTROL ORDINANCE, CHAPTER 6, ARTICLE Ill OF THE CITY CODE - INCREASE IN CLASS E, CLASS E-CAFE LIQUOR LICENSE

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PETE'S FRESH MARKET - 151 RICE LAKE SQUARE

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BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Wheaton, Illinois, pursuant to its home rule power, as follows:

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SECTION 1: Chapter 6, Article Ill, of the Wheaton City Code is amended by repealing and rescinding Section 6-89 in its entirety and replacing it with a new Section 6-89 which shall read as follows:

Limitation on number of licenses. The number of licenses in each classification as defined in Section 6-87 which it shall be lawful to issue shall be limited so that the licenses in force and effect in the City at any time shall not exceed the following numbers: Class Number of Licenses A 9 B 4 C 0 D 5 E 6 E-Cafe 3 F 6 G 0 H 2
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J-1 0 J-2 0 K 0 L 1 M 1 N 1 0 2 Q 1 R 2 s 6 T 0 V 0

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SECTION 2: In all other respects, the terms and provisions of the Wheaton City Code are ratified and remain in full force and effect.

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MEMORANDUM TO: The Honorable Mayor and City Council

FROM: Sam Webb, Fleet Services Superintendent
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DATE: February 19, 2019

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SUBJECT: Recommendation to Purchase Replacement Dump Truck

Request Approval for the purchase of a replacement dump truck for the Public Works Department. Background Unit 9, which is a dump truck used by the Sewer Division of the Public Works Department, has met replacement criteria and is requested for replacement. The current unit was purchased in 2009 and is scheduled for replacement in 2019. The current condition of the dump body which has rusted through prematurely warrants immediate replacement. The proposed replacement unit will be upgraded to utilize a stainless-steel dump body to prevent corrosion and extend the service life of the unit to a minimum of 13 years based on current usage. The additional cost of upgrading the dump body to stainless-steel is 1,332. When factored in with the extended lifespan of the stainless dump body the cost is 498 less per operating year, which will save a minimum of 6,500 over the life of the vehicle. Dump Body Material Cost Vehicle Lifespan Cost per Year Regular Painted Carbon Steel 25,999 10 years 2,600 Upgrade to Stainless-Steel 27,331 13 years + 2,102 or less The retired Unit 9 will be requested for surplus disposal later this FY. Replacement of Unit 9 has been recommended by the vehicle committee and the replacement is in the final budget.

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Joint Purchase The requested replacement unit is available for purchase using two separate competitively bid cooperative contracts. The chassis will be purchased through the State of Illinois contract 4018300 with Landmark Ford, and the dump body with upfitting will be purchased through the Sourcewell (formerly NJPA) cooperative 080818-HPI with Henderson Products.

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Budget Impact The total budgeted amount for this purchase is 62,830. Total cost for the requested replacement unit is 63,186, which is 356 over budget excluding the estimated auction value of 6,000 for the retired unit. With the future auction proceeds considered the total cost is 5,644 under-budget. Funds are available, and reserves are adequate in account 60070647-70050 for Vehicle Replacement Capital purchases.

Unit Budget Actual Cost Net Result 9 62,830 63,186 356 overbudget Future Auction Proceeds 6,000 5,644 underbudget
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Recommendation Staff is recommending that Unit 9 is replaced with a 2019 Ford F550 chassis to be purchased through the State of Illinois contract 4018300 with Landmark Ford, Inc. and the dump body and associated components with installation to be purchased separately through the Sourcewell cooperative 080818- HPI with Henderson Products, Inc.

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CITY OF WHEATON 303 West Wesley Street, PO Box 727

Wheaton, Illinois, 60187-727 Phone: (630) 260-2000
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Fax: (630) 260-2038

PURCHASE ORDER This number must appear on all invoices and delivery slips
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No. P37109 2/12/2019

LANDMARK FORD 2401 PRAIRIE CROSSING SPRINGFIELD Date: To: IL 62711 Account Number Amount Total: Deliver to: CITY OF WHEATON-PUBLIC WORKS 821 W. LIBERTY DRIVE WHEATON IL 60187 Attention of: SAM WEBB (630) 260-2119 Quantity Units Description Unit Price Total Price

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EA 2019 F-550 CAB WITH OPTIONS 35,855.00

FORD FLEET NUMBER QB087

Additional Information: PRICING IN ACCORDANCE WITH ATTACHED QUOTATION (STATE OF ILLINOIS CONTRACT 4018300)

Purchasing Officer By
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Vendor: See attached sheet for additional information and instructions

Unless otherwise specified, all deliveries shall be prepaid. Notice: Order vaild only when signed by Purchasing Officer.
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CITY OF WHEATON PURCHASE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Page 1 of 2 Purchase Order Terms and Conditions 1. DEFINITIONS. As used in this Purchase Order, City refers to the City of
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Wheaton, Illinois, an Illinois Municipal Corporation; Vendor refers to the vendor,

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supplier or other party identified on the Purchase Order for Goods which

incorporates these purchase order terms by reference; Purchase Order refers to the language herein and to all specifications or other documents attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference and agreed to by City in writing; and Goods
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refers to the Goods, products, items or services to be acquired by the City pursuant

to this Purchase Order. 2. AGREEMENT. Vendor agrees to sell the Goods to the City, and the City agrees
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to purchase the Goods from Vendor, under the terms and conditions specified in

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this Purchase Order. This Purchase Order and any contracts attached hereto

constitutes the entire agreement between the Vendor and the City covering the Goods and services described herein. Failure to decline terms and conditions in writing constitutes agreement to the terms of the Purchase Order as stated. The Vendor s quotation is incorporated in and made a part of this Purchase Order only to the extent of specifying the nature and description of the Goods and services ordered and then only to the extent that such items are consistent with the other

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terms of this Purchase Order. No course of prior dealings between the parties and

no usage of the trade shall be relevant to supplement or explain any of the terms or conditions hereof. All applicable portions of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) shall govern this contract between the Vender and City.
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PRICE and TAXES. All prices shall be as stated in this Purchase Order and are

firm and not subject to escalation. The City shall be protected against declining

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prices on the undelivered portion of this order. Should the City be able to purchase

Goods or services of comparable quality from another source at a lower delivered cost than in effect hereunder, and City gives Vendor written notice thereto, City may purchase such Goods or services from such other source at the lower delivered
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cost unless within fifteen (15) days of Vendor s receipt of City s notice, Vendor

meets the lower delivered cost for the City s specified services or quantity of Goods. Any quantity of Goods or services purchased from another source by City shall be
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deducted from the total quantity ordered on this Agreement, but the Agreement

shall otherwise remain unaffected. The City is exempt from payment of State,

Federal Excise, and Illinois Retailers Occupational Taxes. Prices shall exclude these

taxes. Vendor assumes full responsibility for all transportation, transportation

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scheduling, packing, handling, insurance, and other services associated with the

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delivery of all products deemed necessary under this Purchase Order. No charges

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for transportation containers, packing etc., will be allowed the Vendor unless so

specified in this Purchase Order. All shipments shall be F.O.B. Wheaton, Illinois,

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freight prepaid and allowed, unless otherwise specified on this Purchase Order.

These charges shall be shown as a separate item on the invoice.

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4.
PAYMENT. The City complies with the Illinois Local Government Prompt Payment

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Act which states that any bill approved for payment shall be paid within thirty (30)

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days after the date of approval. Invoices must be submitted within six (6) months


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