City Council Agenda


City Council
AGENDA
Monday, June 26th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers


1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

June is Super in Metropolis – Archery Tournament

Motion to accept/reject road closure from the corner of the Massac Theatre (West 5th) to the corner of City Hall and on Market from 5th up to the Alley behind the Jones Building on Saturday, July 8th from 3 pm – 10 pm for the purpose of the Massac Theatre Block Party

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Sunday, August 20th from the north side of 6th on Market to the south side of 8th on Market from noon – 10 pm for the purpose of the Chamber Eclipse Party

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a motor and parts to repair the Skid Steer from McKeel Equipment in the amount of $6,219.41 for the Street Department


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Gene Norber


8. Committee Report


9. Department Heads


10. Old Business


11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports


13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Saturday, July 1st, 6 pm, Harrah’s Hometown Celebration @ Harrah’s Parking Lot
Fireworks will be at 9:15ish by Dorothy Miller Park

•Tuesday, July 4th, City Hall will be closed

•Saturday, July 8th Massac Theatre Block Party beginning at 5 pm

•Sunday, August 20th, Chamber Eclipse Party
















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, June 12th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers


1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

SUPER thanks

Motion to accept/reject After School Program Budget in the amount of $23,000.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a Chevrolet Pickup for Public Works from an individual in the amount of $10,500.00

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Approving an Amendment to an Intergovernmental Agreement upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving an Amendment to an Intergovernmental Agreement

Adopt an Ordinance Approving the Prevailing Wage

8. Committee Report

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject awarding bid for the 12th Street Sanitary Sewer Improvements Project to ACIX in the amount of $1,176,885.00



Motion to accept/reject Payment Application #8 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 in the amount of $607,760.41 to ACIX

Motion to accept/reject ACIX to remove old concrete base and pour new true to size in the amount of $2,000 at the Water Filtration Plant

Motion to accept/reject low quote from Paducah Gear & Machine in the amount of $2,246.00 for maintenance of blowers at the Water Filtration Plant

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 55 poles for the Light Department in the amount of $11,000.00 from Eddie Poles, LLC

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of Primary Underground Cable from Anixter in the amount of $5,650.00 (low quote)

Industrial Committee

Motion to accept/reject request for loan from the Revolving Loan Fund in the amount of $6,500 at 3% for 3 months

Motion to proceed with the sale of city property behind Hillebrand Automotive

9. Department Heads


10. Old Business


11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports


13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills









14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: National Championship Archery Tournaments, June 16th – 25th, 2017








City Council
AGENDA
Monday, May 22nd, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers


1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject road closure for the Superman Celebration beginning at 5 pm on Wednesday, June 7th and remain closed through 7 pm Sunday, June 11th – the streets included are Market Street from the Superman Statue through the alley between 8th and 9th Streets, on 7th Street blocking from the parking lot drive of the Fire Station to the backside of Hillebrand’s Automotive, on 8th Street, from the backside of the Fire Station area to the drive thru at (old) Banterra Bank, on 6th Street from the driveway of the detention center to the drive thru of MidCountry.

Announcement of Metropolis City Pool Opening Monday, May 29th

Motion to accept/reject quote from Cardinal Pump in the amount of $11,439.00 for repairs to the High Service Pump at the Water Filtration Plant

Motion to accept/reject expenditures on plumbing fixtures and other finishing supplies for the public restrooms

Update to approve expenditure on truck repair

7. Corporate Counsel Report
Toes in the water, seat in the sand, not a worry in the world, a cold drink in his hand, …

8. Committee Report

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Saturday, May 20th – Relay for Life, 4 – 10 pm on Market Street
Monday, May 29th, City Hall will be closed
Thursday, June 8th – Sunday, June 11th – Superman Celebration








City Council
AGENDA
Monday, May 8th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers


1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to accept Dave Miller as a member of the Metropolis Public Library Board of Trustees.

Motion to adopt Proclamation for National Nursing Home Week for May 14th – 20th, 2017

Motion to accept/reject road closure for Farm Frenzy Day to June 17th on Metropolis Street between 3rd & 4th Street (closure was approved on April 10th for June 24th – date changed)


7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Report

Parks & Recreation

Motion to accept/reject purchase of Swim Lift from In the Swim in the amount of $2,933.99 for the Metropolis City Pool (item in budget)

Finance

Motion to adopt a Corporate Resolution Accepting A Grant From the Illinois Housing Development Authority’s Abandoned Residential Property Municipal Relief Program

Motion to Accept/Reject approving the request of Kevin/Lisa Ulrich for subordination to Farm Credit Service Debt Restructuring

Ordinance Committee

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Creating the Office of Human Resources Director and providing the Qualifications and Duties of Such Office for passage upon approval of the motion.

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Creating the Office of Human Resources Director; and Proving for the Qualifications and Duties of Such Office.

Motion to consent to the Mayor’s appointment of Christine Burhnam to fill the office of Human Resources Director starting July 10, 2017.

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Denying a Special Use Permit in accordance with the recommendations of the Zoning Board of Appeals for passage upon approval of the motion.

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Denying a Special Use Permit.

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving A Zoning District Amendment as recommended by the Planning commission for passage upon approval of the motion.

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Approving a Zoning District Amendment.



9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills










14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Saturday, May 6th, Spring Fling – from 6th to 8th Street
Farmers Market will also be at the Court House
Monday, May 29th, City Hall will be closed
















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, April 24th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers


1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Recognition of outgoing Aldermen

6. Swearing in and seating of newly elected officials

7. Citizen’s Request

8. Mayor’s Report

Reappointment of Committees as presented

Reminder of upcoming Clean Up Weeks (weeks of April 24th & May 1st)

Motion to accept/reject lowest bid from Mott Excavating for the 16166 Metropolis Bridge in the amount of $54,998.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a building for public restrooms in the amount of $9,900.00

9. Corporate Counsel Report

Discuss and approve/disapprove selling the City’s claim in the Caesar’s Bankruptcy case.











10. Committee Report

Parks & Recreation

Motion to accept/reject the hiring of the 2017 City Pool staff as presented

Motion to accept/reject early order of City Pool chemical for startup, not to exceed $5,000.00

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject High Service Pump #2 issues

Motion to accept/reject Pay Application No. 7 – Final for the influent Mechanical fine screen replacement in the amount of $65,000.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of hanging basket for Market/Ferry Street in the amount of $4,000.00 from Massac Nursery

Planning Commission – Chad Murray

Zoning Board of Appeals – Chad Murray


11. Department Heads

12. Old Business

13. New Business

14. Miscellaneous Reports

15. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills










16. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


17. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis










Agenda
Public Hearing
Comcast Franchise Renewal
Monday, April 10th, 2017
6:30 pm
City Hall – Council Chambers



1. Call to order by Mayor
2. Mayor introduces Comcast
3. Presentation by Comcast
4. Mayor – Address public, invite persons wishing to pose questions or comments to come forward, state your name for the record, then make your comment or pose your question. Depending on the number of people present, Mayor may want to advise that each person is limited to 5 minutes)
5. Public Comment and Questions
6. Council Comments
7. Mayor Adjourns Hearing





City Council
AGENDA
Monday, April 10th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers





1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject previously approved roofing repairs at the Wastewater Treatment Plant with American Roofing (low bid) in the amount of $5,685.00

Motion to ratify low bid from Hach in the amount of $8,527.00 (includes s/h) on an influent and an effluent sampler for the wastewater treatment plant

Motion to accept/reject request for partial street closing on Metropolis Street from 3rd to 4th Streets on Saturday, June 24th, 2017 from 9 am through 2:30 pm. The Massac Co. Farm Bureau and the Metropolis City Library will provide the “Farm Frenzy”

Acknowledgment of Lineman Appreciation Day on April 10th

Spring Cleaning Reminders


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a Resolution Approving the Renewal of the Cable Communication Franchise with Comcast of the South

Adopt a Resolution Approving a Franchise Agreement Between the City of Metropolis, Illinois and Comcast of the South


8. Committee Report

Police & Fire

Motion to authorize the Police and Fire Commission to fill a vacancy in the Police Department created by the resignation of Becca Minnick


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Motion to approve extending a conditional offer of employment in the City’s Public Works Department to the person discussed in closed session

16. Motion to appoint Public Works Director to the person discussed in closed session

17. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders:
Spring Clean Up – Weeks of April 24th and May 1st





City Council
AGENDA
Monday, March 27th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers





1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept resignation of Alice Schwegman from the Metropolis Public Library Board of Trustees

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement (Massac County Courthouse) upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement (Massac County Courthouse)

Acknowledgement and acceptance of retirement of Street Superintendent Art DuCharme’


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Economic Development – 1980’s v. 2017 – Continuing the momentum

Light Bulb Program - Adopt a motion approving the purchase of an additional ____ bulbs at $1.50 per bulb.










8. Committee Report

Finance (3.22.17)

Adopt a Resolution to establish a 1,000 hr standard for employee participation in IMRF

Adopt a Resolution to include IRS Section 125 deductions as compensation when calculating IMRF earnings

Industrial (3.22.17)

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving Memorandum of Understanding/Private Development Agreement upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving Memorandum of Understanding/Private Development Agreement

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving a Redevelopment Agreement by and between the City of Metropolis and D.C. Management, LLC and Darren Tockstein and Corey Bowman upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Redevelopment Agreement by and between the City of Metropolis and D.C. Management, LLC and Darren Tockstein and Corey Bowman

Water, Light and Street (3.22.17)

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Amending Title II, Administration, Chapter 32, Departments, Boards and Commissions, Sections 32.071 and 32.106 upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title II, Administration, Chapter 32, Departments, Boards, and Commissions, Sections 32.071 and 32.106

Motion to accept/reject proposal from Solomon for Load Tap Changers to be Serviced in the amount of $19,792.00

Motion to accept/reject low bid from Hach in the amount of $8,527.00 (includes s/h) on an influent and an effluent sampler for the wastewater treatment plant.





Motion to accept/reject water main extension from the 500 block of Filmore to the 500 block of Butler and materials from MCO in the amount of $6,969.50

Motion to accept/reject Change Order No. 2 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 to ACIX in the amount of $98,806.29

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

March 29th – Congressman Shimkus’ Traveling Help Desk, Council Chambers from 11 am – 12:30 pm

Election – Tuesday, April 4th

Spring Clean Up – Weeks of April 24th and May 1st






City Council
AGENDA
Monday, March 13th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers





1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

Scott Darnell – Update on Pacro

6. Mayor’s Report

Presentation of Superman Award

Motion to accept Spring Clean Up for the Weeks of April 24th and May 1st

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Market Street from the Superman Statue to 8th Street on Saturday, May 6th, 2017 from 5 am – 4 pm for the 3rd Annual Market Street Spring Fling.

Motion to accept/reject closure for the fireworks display on Saturday, July 1st, 2017 between the hours of 3 pm and 10 pm from the south side of Girard Street to the north side of Girard Street between 2nd and Front Streets

Motion to accept/reject Invoice #205422 from Clean Earth in the amount of $13,194.20

Update on Electronic Recycling Event

Storm Troopers







7. Corporate Counsel Report

Fact Check: “Alternative facts” v. Truth

8. Committee Report

Condemned Building Committee

Motion to Approve Memorandum of Understanding (White)

Motion to Approve Memorandum of Understanding (Worthen)

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject pursuing water main issue at the intersection of 7th and Pearl Streets in the approximate amount of between $15,400 and $16,414.50

Motion to accept/reject Payment #6 with Change Order #1 for the Influent Mechanical Fine Screen Replacement to HMG Constructors in the amount of $158,773.50

Motion to accept/reject Payment #7 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 in the amount of $1,128,094.95 to ACIX

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with a committee to bring public restrooms uptown for tourism

Motion to accept/reject advertising for temporary/seasonal help at public works and take applications from March 27th thru April 14th

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Ordinance 2017-10 Regulating the Issuance of Right of Way Permits

Police & Fire

Motion to accept/reject resignation of Nick Holland, dispatcher, from the Metropolis Police Department

Motion to accept/reject authorizing Chief Harry Masse to hire a dispatcher for the Metropolis Police Department






9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

March 13th – March 17 & March 20th – March 24th – Lane restrictions on I 24 Bridge

March 29th – Congressman Shimkus’ Traveling Help Desk, Council Chambers from 11 am – 12:30 pm

Spring Clean Up – Weeks of April 24th and May 1st















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, February 27th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers





1. Roll Call

2. Motion to elect temporary Chairman in the Mayor’s absence to preside over the City Council meeting pursuant to section 3.1-35-35 (b) of the Illinois Municipal Code

3. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

4. Prayer

5. Approval of minutes

6. Citizen’s request

7. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject extending mowing contract with Ethan Sommer for 2017

Motion to accept/reject appointment of Tammy Wells to the Metropolis Public Library Board (seat vacated by Mr. Edward Bridges)

Adopt Proclamation to proclaim the week of March 12th – 18th as Girl Scout Week

Reminder of upcoming Electronic Recycling Event Saturday, March 4th from 8 am – 3 pm

8. Corporate Counsel Report

9. Committee Report

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title V, Public Works, Chapter 53 Water, Section 53.06, Connection, of the Code of Metropolis

Adopt an Ordinance Regulating the Issuance of Right of Way Permits




10. Department Heads


11. Old Business


12. New Business


13. Miscellaneous Reports

14. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


15. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

March 7th – Brandon Phelps Office will meet with residents from 11 am – 1 pm in the Council Chambers

March 29th – Congressman Shimkus’ Traveling Help Desk, Council Chambers from 11 am – 12:30 pm






City Council
AGENDA
Monday, February 13th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgment and appreciation of Herman Fulgham who is retiring after 10 years with the City

Motion to accept/reject final payment in the amount of $22,365.00 to Freeman Environmental Services, Inc. for the FEMA Demolition Project – project is for the 10% retainage to hold until after final inspection

Motion to proceed with sinkhole repair at the intersection of 2nd and Girard Street

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 trucks at a cost of $28,900 (1 2-ton & 1 1-ton)

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (1995 Ford F700 & 2000 GMC C3500)

Motion to accept/reject appointment of Mike Moorman to the Police & Fire Commission

Motion to accept/reject hosting an electronic recycling event on Saturday, March 4th, 2017 with Clean Earth, Inc. from 8 am – 3 pm


Mayor and Tricia negotiated $2.0 Million forgiveness IEPA made it a grant
• Current rates will allow more work to be done
• No need for a rate increase in sewer our utilities for next 3 to 4 years



7. Corporate Counsel Report

Good News/Great News

Clean up of properties: Update

Adopt a motion or motions directing City Attorney on how council desires to proceed

Economic Development Projects: Momentum building

8. City Treasurer Report

Update on pending legislation that may affect City finances


9. Committee Report

Water, Light and Street (2.8.17)

Motion to accept/reject the Wastewater Operator Certification Training and testing for Matt Holt from the Environmental Resources Training Center at SIUE Class to be held from May 22nd – 26th, 2017 with travel time from May 21th – 26th , 2017. Total costs for travel, lodging, meals and class not to exceed $1,900.00

Motion to accept/reject the Marberry Drive Sanitary Sewer Replacement Proposal in the amount of $34,000 from ACIX

Motion to accept/reject entering into an intergovernmental agree with Massac Co for
assistance with the Massac Co. Court House

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with bidding for structure 064-3050 on Old Marion Road repairs with design and bid work to be performed by Brown & Roberts Inc.


Industrial Committee (2.8.17)

Adopt an Ordinance Consenting to Assignment of Redevelopment Agreement and Addendum to Redevelopment Agreeable

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Private Development Agreement and Related Documents and Authorizing Conveyance of Property (Russell)

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Memorandum of Understanding/Private Development Agreement (Souders project)



Ordinance Committee (2.8.17)

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title V, Public Works, Chapter 53 Water, Section 53.06, Connection, of the Code of Metropolis

First Reading on an Ordinance Regulating the Issuance of Right of Way Permits


Parks & Recreation (2.8.17)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 24 tons of field dry for the Sports Park Baseball/Softball fields, from McKeel Equipment at a cost of $6,470.00

10. Department Heads


11. Old Business


12. New Business


13. Miscellaneous Reports

14. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


15. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Tuesday, Feb. 14th, Renew Metropolis, 4 pm, City Hall, Council Chambers
Thursday, Feb. 16th, Planning Commission, 1:30 PM, City Hall, Council Chambers
Monday, Feb. 20th, closed to observe President’s Day














City Council
AGENDA
Monday, January 23rd, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Dispositions of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (Old Fork Lift)

Motion to appoint Shane Lloyd to the Police Pension

Unexpected arrival

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Recent court decisions and impact upon city utility rates and required contributions to pension plans.

Update on dangerous property at 819 Pearl Street (Pullen) and request for motion directing how the city council desires to proceed.

Electric utility education opportunity


8. Committee Report

Water, Light and Street (1.18.17)

Motion to accept/reject Pay Application No. 5 for the Influent Mechanical Fine Screen Replacement at the WWTP in the amount of $134,608.50

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Dispositions of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (old Barscreen)



Finance (1.18.17)

Motion to approve the extension agreement with Fick, Eggemeyer and Williamson for performance of the audit of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 financial statements in the amount of $40,000 per year

Motion to approve the City’s contribution in the amount of $363,676 to the Fire Pension recommended by the Actuary

Motion to approve the City’s contribution in the amount of $473,450 to the Police Pension recommended by the Actuary

Motion to accept the audited financial statements for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 2016

9. Department Heads


10. Old Business


11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis







City Council
AGENDA
Monday, January 9th, 2017
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Pay Estimate to BKW Services Inc. in the amount of $18,530.00 for underground bore @ Crestview and Metropolis Street

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of two (2) Diesel Dump Trucks from Kankakee Truck Equipment

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a fork lift from Black Equipment

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of new computers & printers for various offices at City Hall, Mapping & Zoning and WWTP in the amount of $40,589.17 from Kemper Technology Consulting

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Consenting to Assignment upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Consenting to Assignment

Adopt an Ordinance Prohibiting the Use of Groundwater as a Potable Water Supply by the Installation or Use of Potable Water Supply Wells or Any Other Method

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving a Highway Authority Agreement upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Highway Authority Agreement

8. Committee Report

Water, Light and Street Committee (1.04.17)

Motion to accept/reject Payment #6 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 to ACIX in the amount of $563,327.96

Motion to accept/reject purchasing parts for inventory for the 4 influent pumps at the WWTP from Progress Environmental in the amount of $7,770.00 (expense is appropriated in current budget)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of materials for water taps in Pheasant Cove subdivision in the amount of $2,931.36 from IMCO Utility Supply (lowest quote)

9. Department Heads


10. Old Business


11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis
Reminders:
Tuesday, January 10th, 2017, Renew Metropolis Committee Meeting @ 4 pm, City Hall, Council Chambers
City Hall will be closed Monday, January 16th to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day






City Council
AGENDA
Tuesday, December 27th, 2016*
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept regularly scheduled meeting of the Metropolis City Council for 2017

Motion to accept/reject road closure of Market Street on May 20th from noon til 10 pm from the Superman Statue to 9th Street for the purpose of the American Cancer Society Relay for Life

Adopt a Proclamation stating January 22nd, - January 28th, 2017 as Metropolis School Choice Week

Motion to accept/reject road closure for the purpose of the Myasthenia Gravis Walk beginning at Washington Park, east on 3rd Street to Market Street to Lois Lane Statue from approximately 10 am to 11 am on Saturday, October 14th, 2017


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Related Documents for consideration upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Memorandum of Understanding and Related Documents

First Reading of an Ordinance Prohibiting the Use of Groundwater as a Potable Water Supply by the Installation or Use of Potable Water Supply Wells or Any Other Method (former Coastal Station)

Discussion and consideration of a Highway Authority Agreement (former Coastal Station)



8. Committee Report


9. Department Heads


10. Old Business


11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders:

*Indicates a change due to the holidays

City Hall will be closed Dec. 23rd, 26th, 30th and January 2nd, 2017 to observe Christmas and the New Year











City Council
AGENDA
Monday, December 12th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

Shawnee Development Council, Kelly Cunningham – Liheap Program

6. Mayor’s Report

Update on the Franklin Park Pool Splash Pad & Purchase Order to Rain Drop Products for the water features.

Motion to accept/reject contract with Melrose Pyrotechnics, Inc. in the amount of $12,000 for fireworks on Saturday, July 1st, 2017

Motion to accept/reject Field Service Quotation from Solomon Corporation in the amount of $6,500.00


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Updated Notice to all ICRMT Members Changes to FLSA on Hold


8. Committee Reports

Water, Light & Street

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of parts to repair Marlow Piston Pump from Komline-Sanderson in the amount of $3,730 for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject labor & material to replace the 3 “Babbitt bearings for the Marlow Piston Pumps from M&J Designs in the amount of $1,700 for the WWTP



Motion to accept/reject the purchase of parts for inventory and repair of Lift Station 45 and Industrial Lift Station from Smith & Loveless in the amount of $1,423.49 for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject Payment #5 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project #2 to ACIX

Motion to accept/reject Pay Request for the WWTP Mechanical Screen Project in the amount of $75,710.25 to Design-Builder’s Application for Payment

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject raising aggregate stop loss for calendar year 2017 health insurance plan in order to keep fixed cost at or below 2016 level.

Adopt a motion for the rules to be suspended and Ordinance 2016 - ___ be placed upon its passage (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year 2016 – 2017)

Adopt a motion to pass Ordinance 2016 - ___ as presented (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year beginning July 1, 2016 and ending June 30th, 2017)

Police & Fire

Adopt a motion approving a memorandum of Understanding between the City and the Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of turn out gear from Sentinel Emergency Solutions in the amount of $9,400.00 at the Fire Department

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a fire hose from Sentinel Emergency Solutions in the amount of $5,125.20 at the Fire Department

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 4 SCBA in the amount of $28,571.96 at the Fire Department

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a rotary saw in the amount of $1,628.67 from Sentinel Emergency Solutions at the Fire Department

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Adopting a Medicare Part B Premium/Cost Reimbursement Policy


9. Department Heads


10. Old Business


11. New Business



12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adopt motion concerning notice to terminate month to month lease


16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders:

City Hall will be closed Dec. 23rd , 26th, 30th and January 2nd, 2017 to observe Christmas and the New Year




















Notice of Addition to Agenda
City Council Meeting
November 28, 2016
7:00 PM
City Council Chambers









Addendum to Agenda
For City Council Meeting
November 28, 2016

The following items were left off the agenda for the above City Council meeting by inadvertence:

Mayor’s Report
A. Adopt a Resolution Consenting to Assignment of Collection Agreement
B. Adopt a Resolution Consenting to Assignment of Transfer Station Agreement

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis
11/25/16





City Council
AGENDA
Monday, November 28th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgement of resignation from Mr. Ed Bridges on the Metropolis Public Library Board after almost 40 years

Plans are underway for an electronic recycling event coming in 2017

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Update on FLSA court decision

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with the painting of sidewalks along Market Street (uptown area)

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving the Cash Farm Lease of Property upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving the Cash Farm Lease of Property


Parks & Recreation

Motion to accept/reject hiring Spear Corporation to replace the filter media in the filter system at the City Pool in the amount of $12,600



Industrial Committee

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with Max Russell at the Industrial Park

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Lease of Properties Acquired with FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Funds

Adopt an Ordinance Amending the Sick Leave Benefit Policy of the City of Metropolis

First Reading on an Ordinance Adopting a Medicare Part B Premium/Cost Reimbursement Policy

9. Department Heads


10. Old Business


11. New Business



12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders:

•City Hall will be closed November 24th and 25th to observe Thanksgiving.
•Saturday, December 3rd, Metropolis Christmas Parade @ 1:30 pm
•Saturday, December 3rd, Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, First United Methodist Church, 6:30am – 11:30 am
•Saturday, December 10th, Metropolis Community Center – Holiday Market Bazaar











City Council
AGENDA
Monday, November 14th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Pay Application No. 3 for the Metropolis WWTP Influent Mechanical Fine Screen Replacement in the amount of $18,174.37 to Design-Builder’s

Motion to accept/reject Application for Payment to Freeman Environmental Services for Demolition of 12 sites (FEMA property) in the amount of $201,290.40

Motion to accept/reject proposal to paint (& additional specifications) the Happy Hearts building in the amount of $5,200 to John Brown Painting

Adopt a motion appointing Don Canada to the Library Board to fill seat left vacant by Bill Carrell

Motion to accept/reject bid for work to be completed in the rear easement of Crestview between Metropolis St. and North Avenue in the amount of $15,500 from BKW Services

Motion to accept/reject granting Clear Wave to Little Tractor

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Update on Comcast

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject authorizing HMG to proceed with investigating manhole replacement on Marberry Drive



Motion to accept/reject the purchase of an effluent flowmeter with sensors from Heartland Controls in the amount of $1,933.00 for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 4 manhole risers from Schulte Supply in the amount of $1,746.00 for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of parts to rebuild the last Marlow Triples Sludge Pump at the WWTP in the amount of $2,389.00 from Liberty Process Eq. Inc

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a jet nozzle from NozzTeq in the amount of $3,089.15 for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject authorizing a blanket Purchase Order to S & S Industries in the amount of $10,000 for Polymer at the WWTP


Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Adopting Travel Expense Policy

Adopt an Ordinance Adopting the Child Bereavement Leave Policy

First Reading on an Ordinance Authorizing the Lease of Properties Acquired with FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Funds

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending the Sick Leave Benefit Policy of the City of Metropolis


9. Department Heads

Mapping/Zoning

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Establishing an Enterprise Zone, in the City of Metropolis, Illinois, the Village of Joppa, Illinois, the City of Brookport, Illinois and Massac County, Illinois; upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Establishing an Enterprise Zone, in the City of Metropolis, Illinois, the Village of Joppa, Illinois, the City of Brookport, Illinois and Massac County, Illinois







10. Old Business


11. New Business



12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Annual Holiday Open House – various stores November 12th and 13th
•Tuesday, November 15th, Renew Metropolis, Council Chambers, 4 pm
•Wednesday, November 16th, Various Committee Meetings, City Hall, Council Chambers
•City Hall will be closed November 24th and 25th to observe Thanksgiving.
•Saturday, December 3rd, Metropolis Christmas Parade @ 1:30 pm
•Saturday, December 3rd, Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, First United Methodist Church, 6:30am – 11:30 am
•Saturday, December 10th, Metropolis Community Center – Holiday Market Bazaar



















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, October 24th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject revised Payment #4 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 in the amount of $472,605.25

Adopt a resolution for the Metropolis Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 3rd with a rain date of Sunday, December 4th @ 1:30 pm

7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business


11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills








14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adopt a motion to authorize Mayor to extend a conditional offer of employment at the Water Treatment Plant

16. Adopt to motion to authorize Mayor to extend a conditional offer of employment for the Parks and Recreation Department

17. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
•Fall Clean Up Weeks – Weeks of October 17th and 24th
• Wednesday, October 26th, 1:00 pm – Water, Light and Street, 1:15 pm – Ordinance, 1:30 pm – Finance Committee
•Friday, October 28th – Flu Shots 9 am – 11:30 am
•Monday, October 31st – Halloween Trick or Treating Hours 5pm – 8 pm









City Council
AGENDA
Tuesday, October 11th, 2016*
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Congratulations Massac Co Junior High Softball ladies – State Championship!!

Motion to accept/reject partial closing on Market Street from 11th Street to the alley on Monday, October 31st, 2016 between the hours of 5 pm to 8 pm for Immanuel Baptist Church Annual Trunk or Treat

Adopt a motion proclaiming October 8th through October 15th as Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Week

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a Resolution Approving the Exercise of a Renewal Option under an existing airport hangar lease.

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Authorizing Hangar Leases at the Metropolis Municipal Airport; upon passage of the motion.

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing Hangar Leases at the Metropolis Municipal Airport.


8. Committee Reports

Mapping & Zoning

Suspend the rules and adopt an ordinance upon its passage for a special use permit requested by Massac Memorial Hospital

Adopt an Ordinance granting a special use permit to Massac Memorial Hospital

Police & Fire

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a new Dodge Charger from Linwood Motors including equipment in the approximate amount of $35,000

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 14 Tasers in the approximate amount of $39,370 from Taser International (in 5 yearly payments of $7,874.00)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of new radios, lapel mics and holsters from Jackson Purchase 2 Way, Inc., in the approximate amount of $16,995.00

Motion to accept/reject support a Police Champlain Program

Motion to accept/reject supporting a tactical medical officer

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject renewal of software for Mapping/Zoning in the amount of $2,450.00 from ESRI

Motion to accept/reject repairs to the vactor truck regeneration system from Pollard Trucking the amount of $4,850.00

Motion to accept/reject replacement flight chains for both primary clarifiers from Ressler & Associates for the low quote of $5,896.00

Motion to accept/reject Progress Payment #2 for barscreen replacement at WWTP from HMG Engineers in the amount of $43,754.63

Motion to accept/reject Payment #4 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 in the amount of $232,369.42 to ACIX

Motion to accept/reject Change Order No. 1 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 in the amount of $103,232.31 to ACIX


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business


11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adopt a motion to authorize Mayor to extend a conditional offer of employment in the Public Works Department.

16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
*Monday, October 10th, City Hall will be closed to observe Columbus Day
•October 15th & 16th – Fort Massac State Park Encampment
•Fall Clean Up Weeks – Weeks of October 17th and 24th
•Friday, October 28th – Flu Shots 9 am – 11:30 am
•Monday, October 31st – Halloween Trick or Treating Hours 5pm – 8 pm



















AMENDED*
City Council
AGENDA
Monday, September 26th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Announcement of Clean Up Weeks for the residents of the City; weeks of October 17th and 24th.

Motion to accept/reject closure of the alley at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Ferry Street
between 5th and 6th Streets for their annual truck or treat on Sunday, October 30th

Adopt a Proclamation observing the week of October 3rd – 7th as Illinois Lawsuit Abuse Awareness Week

Update on Mass Transit

*Motion to accept/reject Permit to install fiber optic cable with Clearwave Communications


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt an Ordinance Ratifying Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Illinois Operating Engineers Local 318 and City of Metropolis

Discussion of electric, water, and sewer rates and other myths

8. Committee Reports



Tourism

Motion to accept/reject first transfer of funds from the hotel/motel tax to the CVB



9. Department Heads

10. Old Business


11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•October 8th, Myasthenia Gravis Walk, registration at Washington Park @ 10 am
•Monday, October 10th, City Hall will be closed to observe Columbus Day
•October 15th & 16th – Fort Massac State Park Encampment
•Fall Clean Up Weeks – Weeks of October 17th and 24th
•Friday, October 28th – Flu Shots 9 am – 11:30 am










City Council
AGENDA
Monday, September 26th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Announcement of Clean Up Weeks for the residents of the City; weeks of October 17th and 24th.

Motion to accept/reject closure of the alley at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Ferry Street
between 5th and 6th Streets for their annual truck or treat on Sunday, October 30th

Adopt a Proclamation observing the week of October 3rd – 7th as Illinois Lawsuit Abuse Awareness Week

Update on Mass Transit


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt an Ordinance Ratifying Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Illinois Operating Engineers Local 318 and City of Metropolis

Discussion of electric, water, and sewer rates and other myths

8. Committee Reports

Tourism

Motion to accept/reject first transfer of funds from the hotel/motel tax to the CVB



9. Department Heads

10. Old Business


11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•October 8th, Myasthenia Gravis Walk, registration at Washington Park @ 10 am
•Monday, October 10th, City Hall will be closed to observe Columbus Day
•October 15th & 16th – Fort Massac State Park Encampment
•Fall Clean Up Weeks – Weeks of October 17th and 24th
•Friday, October 28th – Flu Shots 9 am – 11:30 am



Agenda
Public Hearing
2016 - 2017 Appropriation Ordinance
Monday, September 12th, 2016
6:30 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers


1. Call to order by Mayor

2. Mayor – Request CFO, Patricia Suttles, to provide a brief overview/summary of Appropriation Ordinance

3. Presentation by CFO

4. Mayor – Address public – Invite persons wishing to pose questions or comments to come forward, state your name for the record, then make your comment or pose your question. (Depending upon the number of people present, Mayor may want to advise that each person is limited to 5 minutes.)

5. Public Comment and Questions

6. Council Comments

7. Mayor Adjourns Hearing


City Council
AGENDA
Monday, September 22nd, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject flu shots for all full time City Employees from Southern Seven Health Department for a fee of $35 each to be paid by the City in an effort to keep all City Employees flu free

Motion to accept/reject establishing the hours of 5 pm to 8 pm on Monday, October 31st for Trick or Treating

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Market Street between 8th Street and the alley between 7th and 8th for Friday, October 28th between the hours of 7 pm – 10 pm for the purpose of an Annual Metropolis Super Zombie Walk

Motion to approve appointment of Darryl Jones to the Metropolis Library Board (replacing Mr. Hobbs)

Motion to approve appointment of Brenda Carter to the Metropolis Library Board (replacing Mrs. Amos)

Motion to accept/reject leasing a copy machine for 60 months from Ricoh at $153.82 per month for Mapping/Zoning









7. Corporate Counsel Report

Update on Proposed Liberty Gas increase

Adopt a Motion approving demolition contract with Freeman Environmental Services, Inc. in the amount of $233,656 and issuing a Notice to Proceed

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title V, Public Works, Chapter 50, Electricity, Section 50.23, Reestablishing Electricity to Premises After Cutoff For Non-Payment of Electric Bill and Amending Title I, Chapter 10, Section 10.99(C) of the Code of Metropolis

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (police car)

Adopt an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting a Supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis, and Declaring an Emergency

First Reading on an Ordinance Ratifying Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Illinois Operating Engineers Local 318 and City of Metropolis

First Reading on an Ordinance Establishing a Business Improvement Reimbursement Grant Policy and Program

8. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance to adopt the 2016 – 2017 Appropriations Ordinance

Motion to pass Ordinance 2016 - ____ (Annual Appropriations Ordinance for the Fiscal Year 2016 – 2017)

Water, Light and Street Committee (9.7.2016)

Motion to accept/reject hiring Brown & Roberts for consulting engineers at the Metropolis Airport

Motion to accept/reject Proposed Site Development Plan and Right-of-Way Crossing for Waterway Ag Liquid Bulk Storage

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 6 Final Payment for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project in the amount of $126,923.00 to Visu-Sewer


Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 3 for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 2 in the amount of $195,087.56 to ACIX

Parks & Recreation (9.7.2016)

Motion to accept/reject request from Massac Youth Sports Baseball/Softball to pour a sidewalk and concrete pad for picnic tables at the Sports Park between fields 2 & 3 at no cost to the City

Motion to accept/reject to proceed with the Spray Park

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with gooseneck pole end break away rim not to exceed $4,500.00 for the basketball goals at the tennis courts

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with American Roofing for the Community Center roof repairs

Metropolis Planning Commission (9.08.16)

Motion to accept/reject final plat of subdivision – Ingram Barge Company

Motion to accept/reject final plat of subdivision – Linwood Real Estate, LLC

Motion to accept/reject final plat of subdivision – The S.E.R.B, Inc.


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business


11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills








14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Friday, September 16th, 3:00 pm, Homecoming Parade





















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, August 22nd, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Adopt Resolution for the Annual Labor Day Parade sponsored by the Lions Club on Monday, September 5th, 2016 to begin at 10 am

7. Corporate Counsel Report

First Reading on an Ordinance Repealing Section 154.30, Sign Regulations of Chapter 154, Zoning and Land Subdivision of Title XV, Land Usage of the Code of Metropolis

8. Committee Reports

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title IX, General Regulations, Chapter 94, Health Regulations and Chapter 95, Nuisance of the Code of Metropolis

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title III, Administration, Chapter 35, Taxation and Finance, Subchapter: Hotel Operator’s Occupation Tax

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title V, Public Works, Chapter 50, Electricity, Section 50.23, Reestablishing Electricity to Premises After Cutoff For Non-Payment of Electric Bill and Amending Title I, Chapter 10, Section 10.99(C) of the Code of Metropolis

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title XIII: General Offenses of the Code of Metropolis and Title I, General Provisions, Chapter 10, General Provisions, Section 10.99, General Penalty, the Schedule of Fine Only Offenses

Police & Fire Committee

Motion to adopt a Resolution classifying a member of the Metropolis Fire Department, Jason Morris, as a Peace Officer

Motion to accept/reject Annual Homicide Training Request for Sgt. Griffey and Officer Kennedy to attend from October 10th – 12th in the approximate amount of $1,402.00 through the Illinois Homicide Investigators Association

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

Motion to adopt an Ordinance amending compensation of Elected (aldermen) Officials, Ordinance 2016-____

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Thursday, August25th – Finance Committee and possible WLS (times not determined as of today)

Wednesday, August 31st from 2:30 – 4 pm, Congressman Shimkus will have an Open Office at City Hall in the Council Chambers

Monday, September 5th, City Hall will be closed for Labor Day
















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, August 8th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

Charlie Eichorn

6. Mayor’s Report

Reading and passage of Proclamation Declaring Monday, August 15, 2016 as BarkAID Metropolis Day in the City of Metropolis, Illinois

7. Corporate Counsel Report

First reading of an Ordinance Amending Title III, Administration, Chapter 35, Taxation and Finance, Subchapter: Hotel Operator’s Occupation Tax


8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 5 to Visu-Sewer for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project in the amount of $78,255.00

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 2 to ACIX for Phase 2 of the Combined Sewer Separation Project in the amount of $438,722.75

Motion to accept/reject vacating First Street between Cherry & Yasoda

Motion to accept/reject the issuance of a Home Occupation Permit to Brittany Freeman at 1610 North Avenue

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of additional water meters for inventory

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 2006 International Altec Digger Truck from Utility Fleet for the Light Department in the amount of $65,108.30

Motion to accept/reject funding the 2016-2017 After School Program

Motion to accept/reject the inspection of Structure 064-3050 on Old Marion Road

9. Department Heads

Police Department

Motion to suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis upon its passage (2006 Ford Crown Victoria)

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (2006 Ford Crown Victoria)

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis upon its passage (2010 Ford Crown Victoria and Blue Chevrolet Malibu)

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (2010 Ford Crown Victoria and Blue Chevrolet Malibu)


10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Motion to approve settlement with former Airport manager



16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis























City Council
AGENDA
Monday, July 25th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgment of retirement of Joe Hobbs serving on the Library Board

Update on Uptown Improvement Program

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Authorizing the Lease with Option to Purchase of Personal Property upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Lease with Option to Purchase of Personal Property

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 1 to HMG Constructors for the Influent Screen Replacement at the WWTP in the amount of $153,978.75

Motion to proceed on Phase 2 at the Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 4 for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project in the amount of $133,033.50 to Visu-Sewer

Motion to accept/reject a blanket Purchase Order to Brenntag in the amount of $110,000 from July 2016 through June 2017 for Sodium Hypochlorite and Sodium Bisulfite at the Wastewater Treatment Plant



Motion to accept/reject the purchase of two dehumidifiers for the Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $6,856.00 from Sylvane

Motion to accept/reject truck testing for the Light Department in the approximate amount of $3,000 - $3,500


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Motion to hire new airport manager



16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis







City Council
AGENDA
Monday, July 11th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Appreciation during storm damage

Motion to accept/reject change order for linear foot Unit Price for Sewer Service Reconnection work for Combined Sewer Separation Project Phase II

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Amending Chapter 118, Raffles, of the Code of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an ordinance Amending Chapter 118, Raffles, of the Code of Metropolis

Storm update: Highs and lows/lessons learned

Electric/Municipal Utility Update: a. Energy Efficiency
b. Energy Markets
c. Safety and OSHA

8. Committee Reports

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Wednesday, July 13th, 2016, Water, Light and Street Committee @ 1 pm









City Council
AGENDA
Monday, June 27th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request


6. Mayor’s Report

Introduction of Ed Wojcicki, Executive Director of the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police; presentation of awards

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of ammunition from Ultramax in the amount of $4,130.00 for the Police Department

Motion to accept/reject quote for demolition of 107 East 7th in the amount of $7,900.00 from Massac Materials Inc.

Motion to proceed with the purchase of a lot on the corner of 15th and Metropolis Streets

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance approving Prevailing Wage Rates for the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance approving Prevailing Wage Rates for the City of Metropolis

8. Committee Reports

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business





11. New Business

Presentation of letter of retirement

Acknowledgement of dedicated service to the City of Metropolis

Appointment by Mayor of person to serve as Alderman effective July 1, 2016

Adopt a Motion Consenting to Appointment by Mayor of an Alderman to take Office on July 1, 2016


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Firework display at Dorothy Miller on Saturday, July 2nd
City Hall will be closed Monday, July 4th














City Council
AGENDA
Monday, June 13th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request


6. Mayor’s Report

Adopt a Resolution for road closure September 16th, 2016 for the Massac Co. High School Homecoming Parade from 3 pm – 5 pm.

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Saturday, June 25th, on Metropolis Street between 4th and 3rd Streets from 9 am to 3 pm for the purpose of a “Farm Frenzy” program offered by the Massac Co. Farm Bureau

Adopt motion to enter into agreement with Economic Development Resources for professional services to assist with preparation and filing of Enterprise Zone application at a cost of $49,000.00.

Adopt a motion to proceed with demolition procedures for properties located at 713 East 6th Street, 806 East 6th Street and 621 Catherine


7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Motion to accept recommendation to proceed with preparing settlement proposal upon terms negotiated by the council/committee with Jones & Ulrich




Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject on Payment No. 3 for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project in the amount of $117,382.50 to Visu-Sewer

Motion to approve contractor’s first pay request for Phase II of Sewer Separation project for material purchases and mobilization cost as recommended by HMG

Motion to accept/reject first request for IEPA loan disbursement to include material purchases, mobilization cost, and design engineering fees and costs for Sewer Separation Phase II

Motion to accept/reject a 3 year renewal service contract with PDC Laboratories in the amount of $3,753.00

Motion to accept/reject proceeding on replacement of water mains requiring excessive repairs

Motion to accept/reject leasing a 2016 Bucket truck for 5 years (with option to purchase) and to purchase a Digger Derrick (including trailer) in the approximate amount of $29,999 for the Light Department

Police & Fire

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of two 2014 Dodge Chargers with DUI Funds in the approximate amount of $37,000.00

Ordinance

Adopt an Ordinance amending compensation of Elected (aldermen) Officials, Ordinance 2016-______.

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills







14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:





















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, May 23rd, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request


6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of approximately 20 poles from Walters Electric for $200 each

7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Motion to accept/reject leasing of farm land for one year to Gary Bryant

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Granting a Special Use Permit (2101 Metropolis Street) upon its passage

Motion to adopt an Ordinance granting a Special Use Permit (2101 Metropolis Street)

Ordinance Committee

First reading on an Ordinance amending compensation of Elected (aldermen) Officials


Planning and Zoning Department – Zoning Board of Appeals – Chad Murray

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Granting a Special Use Permit to Mrs. Margaret Powell upon its passage.

Adopt an Ordinance Granting a Special Use Permit to Mrs. Margaret Powell.


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Bulldog Spring Clean Up Weeks; Weeks of May 16th & May 23rd

•Monday, May 30th, City Hall will be closed to observe Memorial Day

•Wednesday, June 8th, 9:00 am, Combined Sewer Separation Project No. II, Pre-Construction Meeting, Council Chambers, City Hall








City Council
AGENDA
Monday, May 9th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request


6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a New Rhino T512 Bush Hog in the amount of $9,650.00 from Little Tractor

Motion to accept/reject road closure for the Superman Celebration beginning at 5 pm on Wednesday, June 8th and remain closed through 7 pm Sunday, June 12th – the streets included are Market Street from the Superman Statue through the alley between 8th and 9th Streets, on 7th Street blocking from the parking lot drive of the Fire Station to the backside of Hillebrand’s Automotive, on 8th Street, from the backside of the Fire Station area to the drive thru at (old) Banterra Bank

Reminder of Bulldog’s Spring Clean up Weeks for the weeks of May 16th and May 23rd

7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 dehumidifiers for the Water Treatment Plant with Sylvane in the amount of $6,856.00

Motion to accept/reject proceeding on the task order for the Waste Water Treatment Plant Influent Screen on a Design- Build basis

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of an Energy Auditor from Anixter in the amount of $1,964.00 for the Light Department


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Saturday, May 7th, Market Street Spring Fling 7 am – 3pm

•Bulldog Spring Clean Up Weeks; Weeks of May 16th & May 23rd

•Monday, May 30th, City Hall will be closed to observe Memorial Day





















City Council
AGENDA
Monday, April 25th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request
Adron Henely
Dianna Hedgesock

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to adopt Proclamation for the Southern Illinois Communities for Stronger Economies Together

Acknowledgement of Fred W. White’s resignation after serving 25 years on the Police Pension Board


7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports

Greater Metropolis Convention & Visitors Bureau

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of final draw for the fiscal year in the amount of $120,608.00 (approximately $80,000.00 for Superman Celebration and approximately $50,000.00 for additional new tournament with the Archery Tournament)

Parks and Recreation

Motion to accept/reject the hiring of the 2016 City Pool staff as presented

Mapping and Zoning

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance for a Special Use Permit on 2101 Metropolis Street upon its passage

Motion to adopt an Ordinance granting a Special Use Permit on 2101 Metropolis Street



Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 2 for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project in the amount of $23,477.00 to Visu-Sewer

Motion to accept/reject Change Order No. 2 for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project in the amount of $9,150.00 to Visu-Sewer

Motion to accept/reject the Task Order for the Waste Water Treatment Plant Phosphorous Study as required by the IEPA NPDES Permit

Adopt a Resolution to use Motor Fuel Tax funds for the 12th Street Improvement project

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 32 bit computer for the SCADA system at the Water Treatment Plant from Kemper Tec. in the amount of $2,004.81

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 3 firewalls for the computers at the Water Treatment Plant, Wastewater Plant and Mapping/Zoning Department from Kemper Tec. in the amount of $2,160.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 lawn mowers for the Street Department in the amount of $8,300 from Little Tractor

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a bush hog tractor for Public Works from Little Tractor in the amount of $30,200.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of street lights with E2C2 grant funds in the amount of $9,758.00

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Market Street Spring Fling, Saturday, May 7th 7 am – 3 pm
•Bulldog Spring Clean Up Weeks; Weeks of May 16th & May 23rd









City Council
AGENDA
Monday, April 11th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Announcement of Bulldog Spring Clean Up Weeks; Weeks of May 16th & May 23rd

Motion to accept/reject the hiring of an Abatement Officer for 20 hours a week

7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject signing of the Official Notice of Award for Phase 2 Sewer Separation

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of the Storm Sewer Pipe needed for the Phase 2 Sewer Separation

Motion to approve IEPA Loan Agreement for Sewer Separation Phase 2

Motion to accept/reject the Task Order for Engineering Services for cleaning and televising approximately 4,500 linear feet of 12’ sanitary sewer and replacing approximately 1,400 linear feet of 12’ sanitary sewer and manholes along 12th Street

Motion to accept/reject to repair Moyno Pump from Liberty Process Equipment in the amount of $2,389.00 with the reassembly being performed by treatment plant employees

Motion to accept/reject repairs on the vactor truck at the Treatment Plant in the amount of $4,923.91 from Coe Electric


Motion to accept/reject preventative maintenance services from Coe Equipment, Inc. in the amount $4,972.50

Motion to accept/reject replacing the SCADA computer at the Water Plant in the amount of $2,049.65

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 new fire hydrants in the amount of $3,176.00

Motion to accept/reject the IEPA Highway Authority Agreement with the City of Metropolis and L&W Mobile Service Station

Industrial Committee

Motion to approve City participating with the Port District in bridge financing or temporary financing of the Ingram Project upon terms discussed at the Industrial Committee.

Motion to approve modification of CDAP loan terms with Glenn and Terri Smith- (alternate collateral)
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9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis









City Council
AGENDA
Monday, March 28th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Update on Emergency Preparedness Plan for Storm Ready

Motion to accept/reject partial alley closing between Pearl & Broadway and 5th & 6th for the purpose of an auction on April 2nd from 7 am – 4pm

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Results of electric rate survey

History of Energy Efficiency grant program.

8. Committee Reports

Parks & Recreation

Motion to rescind prior approval of lighting project for Fields 1&2 at the Sports Park

Motion to approve using wooden poles and street light heads (LEDs) for lighting on the walking path at the Sports Park

Motion to accept/reject extending mowing contract with Ethan Sommer for 2016

Motion to accept/reject advertising and accepting applications between March 30th, 2016 and April 15th, 2016 for the position of lifeguard/staff at the Metropolis City Pool



Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of flower baskets for Market and Ferry Streets in the amount of $4,090.66 from Massac Nursey

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a mosquito sprayer in the amount of $6,000 from LD Supply

Motion to accept/reject advertising and accepting applications between March 30th, 2016 and April 15th, 2016 for summer employment, with the Mayor being given authority to hire as needed

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with sewer work on 12th Street to coincide with or preceded 12th Street construction project (in next years budget)

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject hiring actuary to calculate other post-employment benefits liability in accordance with Governmental Accounting Standings in the amount of $3,530.00

Police & Fire Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 4 self-contained breathing apparatus in the amount of $25,560.00 from Sentinel Emergency Solutions (budgeted item)

Motion to accept/reject the training request for Sgt. Joe Basham and Officer Don Helm in the amount of $2,256.00


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills




14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis


Reminder: City Hall will be closed Friday, March 25th to observe Good Friday








City Council
AGENDA
Monday, March 14th, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Market Street from the Superman Statue to 8th Street on Saturday, May 7th from 5 am – 4 pm for the 2nd Annual Market Street Spring Fling

Motion to accept/reject Agreement with Melrose Pyrotechnics, Inc. in the amount of $12,000 for the fireworks display to be held on Saturday, July 2nd, 2016

Motion to accept/reject closure for the fireworks display on Saturday, July 2nd, between the hours of 3 pm – 10 pm from the south side of Girard Street to the north side of Girard Street between 2nd and Front Streets


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Clarification of water meters

Goodbye Public Duty Rule


8. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Amending Zoning District Boundaries upon its passage (Metro Holdsings, Inc.)

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Amending Zoning District Boundaries (Metro Holdings, Inc.)



Water, Light and Street

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance approving the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Approving the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis

Motion to accept/reject Change Order No. 1 Time Extension Request for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 1 for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation from HMG in the amount of $70,429.00 to Visu-Sewer


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: City Hall will be closed Friday, March 25th to observe Good Friday




















NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NPDES PERMIT NO. IL0029874
FOR THE
CITY OF METROPOLIS, ILLINOIS

The City of Metropolis will conduct a Public Hearing on the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Public Notification Plan, Pollution Prevention Plan and the CSO Operations & Maintenance Manual. This Public Hearing is a requirement of NPDES Permit No. IL0029874. The Public Hearing will be held at City Hall, 106 West 5th Street, Metropolis, Illinois 62960 on Monday, February 22, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. local time.




Public Hearing
City of Metropolis NPDES Permit—CSO system
Metropolis City Hall- City Council Chambers
February 22, 2016; 6:30 p.m.

AGENDA

1.Call to Order- Open the Hearing

2.Mayor recognizes members of the public present

3. Mayor reads Notice of the Public Hearing

4. Mayor recognizes representatives of HMG to explain the purpose of the public hearing

5. Mayor invites comments from the public

6. Public comment

7. Adjourn public hearing







Agenda
City Council

Monday, February 22nd, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Market Street from Superman to 8th Street on Saturday, May 14th from noon until around midnight for the purpose of the Relay for Life

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of two dump/snow plow trucks


7. Corporate Counsel Report

OMA reminder—training / public comment/ New House Bill

Water meter policy

E2C2 Program

Comcast- update on franchise agreement

Liberty Utilities—franchise


8. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject funding the Police Pension according to the actuarial recommended amount of $431,569 in 12 months installments and to pay $351,885 to the Fire Pension fund in 12 months installments




Police & Fire Committee

Motion to accept/reject agreement between the City of Metropolis Police Department and the Southern Illinois Drug Task providing up to thirty (30) gallons of fuel per week to the vehicle by a foresaid agent

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject repairs for the Wastewater Treatment Facility with American Roofing & Construction, Inc. in the amount of $11,460.00

Motion to accept/reject low quote received from Brownstown Electric Supply in the amount of $6,200 to replace cable that was stolen (using during Superman Celebration, Encampment, etc)

Motion to accept/reject a purchase for dosing replacement from FLO - Systems in the amount of $9,870.00 plus freight



9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis















Agenda
City Council

Monday, February 8, 2016
7:00 PM
City Hall Council Chambers

1. Roll call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of minutes

5. Citizen’s request

6. Mayor’s Report
Jim Haley has resigned from the Library Board. Denese Peebles was asked to fill the vacancy, and has accepted that position.

Massac County Relay for Life, 2016, will be held on May 14th from 4:00 PM until 10:00 PM, on Market Street.

7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports
Parks and Recreation Committee, Bill Carrell, Chair
1. Motion to accept or reject the committee recommendation on the purchase of lighting for Sports Park Fields 1 and 2.
2. Motion to accept or reject the committee recommendation on the purchase of field conditioner for Sports Park ball fields.
3. Motion to increase Monday Night Live weekly funding by $25.00, as budgeted.

Industrial Committee, David McManus, Chair
1. Motion to accept or reject the committee recommendation regarding the loan to Curt Jones and Kevin Ulrich

Water, Light and Street Committee, Charles Barfield, Chair
1. Motion to accept or reject the purchase of a new computer server for City Hall from Kemper Technology Consulting in the amount of $16,255.75.


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition of Real estate
Sales, Lease, or Exchange of Real estate
Threatened litigation – collection of revolving loans

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Monday, February 22nd, 6:30 PM, prior to City Council Meeting, a public hearing regarding the CSO will be held in the City Council Chambers.

Massac County Relay for Life will be held Saturday, May 14th on Market Street in Metropolis, from 4:00 PM until 10:00 PM. The Metropolis Community Center, 900 W. 10th Street, will be the location in the event of bad weather.












Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 25th, 2016
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgment of retirement of Office David Koch after 20 years of service with the Metropolis Police Department

Appointment of Mr. Bill Tanner to the Police and Fire Commission – filling the vacancy
left from Mr. Alton Carter

Adopt a motion authorizing the Mayor to procure a survey of the City’s wharfage rights on the Ohio River

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Update on residential electric rates and other matters.


8. Committee Reports

Metropolis Fire & Police Commission

Present Notice of Pending Vacancy in the Police Department and Request Authority to fill the vacant position through the hiring of a full-time person

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports







13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate
Threatened litigation – collection of revolving loans


16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:


Reminders: Saturday, January 23 and Sunday January 24th at the Baymont – Metro Comic Con

Thursday, January 28th, the following committees will meet; Water, Light and Street, Parks & Recreation and Industrial



















AMENDED
Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 11th, 2016
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgment of appreciation to Tish Lewis and others who were responsible for the greenery along Ferry and Market Streets as well as the many snow families placed in various spots throughout Metropolis

Presentation of City’s audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended June 30th, 2015 – Fick, Eggemeyer & Williamson

7. Corporate Counsel Report


8. Committee Reports


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports


13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate
Threatened litigation – collection of revolving loans

15. Motion to authorize or approve collection action/work out agreement discussed in closed session.



16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:


•City Hall will be closed Monday, January 18th to observe Martin Luther King Day

















Agenda
City Council
Monday, December 28th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept regularly scheduled meeting of the Metropolis City Council for 2016

7. Corporate Counsel Report



8. Committee Reports

Mapping & Zoning

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance approving a zoning text amendment of Article XXVI: Signs of the City of Metropolis Zoning Code upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance approving a zoning text amendment of Article XXVI: Signs of the City of Metropolis Zoning Code

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance approving a Plat of Subdivision Lundin Acres upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance approving Plat of Subdivision Lundin Acres

GMCVB (Tourism)

Presentation of revised budget request

Motion to accept/reject draw from the hotel/motel tax








9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports


13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate




15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:


•City Hall will be closed Thursday, December 31st and Friday, January 1st to observe New Year’s

•Effective January 4th, the City Clerk’s Office NEW hours will be 7 am to 3:30 pm









Agenda
City Council
Monday, December 14th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving the Collective Bargaining Agreement between Metropolis Professional Firefighters Association IAFF Local 3367 and City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving the Collective Bargaining Agreement between Metropolis Professional Firefighters Association IAFF Local 3367 and City of Metropolis

Adopt an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting a Supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis, and Declaring an Emergency

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light & Street Committee

Motion to approve recommendation to conditionally award contract for Combined Sewer Separation Phase II to ACI X in the amount of $5,954,287.00 subject to IEPA approval

Motion to approve amendment #2 to Engineering Contract with HMG Engineers to provide Resident Observation services to the Combined Sewer Separation Phase II Project at a cost not to exceed $300,000.00 subject to IEPA approval

Motion to accept/reject cost estimates for chemical feed improvements at the Water Treatment plant





Motion to accept/reject quote for items to be purchased regarding interceptor manhole rehabilitation in the amount of $7,594.00

Motion to accept/reject repairs at the Water Treatment Facility from Helitech in the amount of $1,448.00 (from an earlier meeting)

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject health insurance renewal

Mapping & Zoning

Motion to accept the regularly schedule meetings of the Planning Commission for the 2016 year

Initial review of a proposed Zoning Text Amendment

Motion to approve proceeding with A Code Violation

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance approving a plat of subdivision lot 2 of the 2nd addition in the Industrial Park

Adopt an Ordinance approving a plat of subdivision lot 2 of the 2nd addition in the Industrial Park

Industrial Committee

Motion to Approve CDAP Revolving Loan to Adron and Leeann Henley in accordance with term sheet

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports









13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adopt a Motion to Declare Real Property as surplus and to seek bids for the sale of the same



16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•City Hall will be closed Thursday, December 24th and Friday, December 25th to observe Christmas

•City Hall will be closed Thursday, December 31st and Friday, January 1st to observe New Year’s

•Effective January 4th, the City Clerk’s Office NEW hours will be 7 am to 3:30 pm









Agenda
City Council
Monday, November 23rd, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Introductions

Motion to accept/reject renewal of annual software – ESRI for Mapping and Zoning


7. Corporate Counsel Report


8. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

Adopt a motion for the rules to be suspended and Ordinance 2015 - ___ be placed upon its passage (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year 2015 – 2016)

Adopt a motion to pass Ordinance 2015 - ___ as presented (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30th, 2016)

Police & Fire

There was not a quorum for this meeting; however, the aldermen present make the following recommendations to bring before the City Council

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis upon its passage (2003 Chevrolet Impala)

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (2003 Chevrolet Impala)

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with an agreement with the County for the donation of a 2010 Dodge Charger to the Massac Co. ESDA


Industrial Committee

Bid Opening of 700 Market Street

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate – 700 Market Street upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate – 700 Market Street

Ordinance Committee

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Amending Title XI, Business Regulations, Chapter 110, Alcohol, of the Code of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title XI, Business Regulations, Chapter 110, Alcohol

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title III, Administration, Chapter 30 City Government, of the Code of Metropolis

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject proposal from Brooks and Associates in the amount of $37,325.00 (Phase 1 at the Water Treatment Plant)

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills





14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th, City Hall will be closed for Thanksgiving
•Saturday, December 5th beginning at 1:30 pm, the Annual Christmas Parade
•Saturday, December 5th from 6:30 am – 11:30 am, Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast at the First United Methodist Church





Agenda
City Council
Monday, November 9th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Adopt a Resolution urging Illinois state leaders to release non-general fund revenues payable to local governments

Motion to accept/reject purchase request from the Metropolis Police Department for a pickup truck – low quote from Ward (Formerly Farmers) in the amount of $28,521.00 (item included in 2016 budget)

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Legal Opinion

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 2010 Dodge truck from Rick’s Auto in the amount of $12,803.00 for the Water Plant

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with Phase 1 of the proposed modification of for the Water Filtration Plant

Motion to approve purchasing the necessary materials for the fluoride and sodium hypochlorite feeder conversion at the Water Filtration Plant at a cost not to exceed $20,000.00.

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Sunday, November 8th – Enjoy shopping our local retailers during the Christmas Open House
•Wednesday, November 11th, 2015, City Hall will be closed to observe Veteran’s Day
A Special Service in Honor of Veteran’s Day will be held at Memorial Park on Metropolis Street @ 11 am
•Saturday, November 14th – Fill the Store Fronts along Market & Ferry
•Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th, City Hall will be closed for Thanksgiving







Agenda
City Council
Monday, October 26th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Reminder of dates for Clean Up Weeks, October 26th and November 2nd provided by Bulldog Trash Services

Adopt a resolution for the Metropolis Chamber of Commerce Annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 5th with a rain date of Sunday, December 6th @ 1:30 pm

Report on arranging meetings with Representative Phelps and several local businesses to discuss recent natural gas charge increases by Liberty

Report on meeting with Congressman Shimkus

Report on meeting with representatives of the Planet, local realtors, local business and government representatives to kick- off plans to revitalize our uptown


7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports

Condemned Buildings Committee

Update on clean up/demolition project

Acknowledgment of retirement of John Merriweather






Industrial

Adopt a motion granting the Port District exclusive authority for a period of 180 days to negotiate a lease of wharfage rights on behalf of the City and report back to the City Council.

Water, Light & Street

Adopt a motion accepting the report of HMG concerning the water filtration plant and directing HMG to provide the Council with a phased schedule for the recommended actions.

Adopt a motion to proceed with first staff scheduling changes recommended by HMG.

Motion to approve repairs of clarifier at Disposal Plant as recommended by HMG at a cost not to exceed $31,000.

Motion to approve bid on the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation as presented from HMG to Visu-Sewer of Missouri, LLC in the amount of $540,350.00

Police & Fire

Motion to accept/reject a purchase request from the Metropolis Police Department for a pickup truck – low quote was from Ward (formerly Farmers) in the amount of $28,521.00 (item included in 2016 budget)

Education Committee

Motion to accept/reject disbursement for the Miss Metropolis Scholarship Program in the budgeted amount of $3,000.00

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills






14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:



•Thursday, October 29th, 2015, RENEW Metropolis, 1:30 pm, City Hall, Council Chambers
•Halloween will be celebrated on Saturday, October 31st from 5 pm – 8 pm
•Wednesday, November 11th, 2015, City Hall will be closed to observe Veteran’s Day








Agenda
City Council
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Announcement of dates for Clean Up Weeks, October 26th and November 2nd provided by Bulldog Trash Services

Motion to accept/reject flu shots for all full time City Employees from Southern Seven Health Department on Thursday, October 22nd from 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm for a fee of $28 to be paid by the City in an effort to keep all City employees flu free

Motion to accept/reject contract between the City and Southern Pride (Happy Hearts)

Motion to accept/reject inventory for the Water Department from HD Supply in the amount of $2,680.07

Motion to accept/reject inventory for the Water Department from INCO Utility Supply in the amount of $2,415.45

Motion to accept/reject Application for Payment No. 12 – Final for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $37,001.04 to Evarard-Strang Construction, Inc.

7. Corporate Counsel Report


8. Committee Reports


Police and Fire Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Creating a Fifth Sergeant’s Position in the City Police Department



Motion to authorize the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners fill the 5th Sergeant’s Position

Presentation to Rick Griffey as Sergeant

Ordinance

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Amending and Supplementing Title V, Public Works of the Code of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Amending and Supplementing Title V, Public Works of the Code of Metropolis

Parks & Recreation

Motion to accept/reject authorizing the Mayor to proceed with the repairs on the concession stand roof at the baseball field

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject on inventory/repair parts for Influent Pumps per quote from Progress Environmental in the amount of $5,925.00 for the Disposal Plant

9. Department Heads


10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills













14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
•Friday, October 16th – Congressman John Shimkus will be in the Council Chambers from 2 pm – 3:30

•Friday – Sunday – October 16th – 18th; Fort Massac State Park Encampment

•Monday, October 19th – Representative Brandon Phelps will be in the Council Chambers from 11 am – 1:00 pm

•Tuesday, October 20th - 1:00 pm; Condemned Building Committee @ 1:00 pm (AGENDA ENCLOSED WITH PACKET)

•Wednesday, October 21st – Industrial Committee will meet @ 1:00 pm

•Halloween will be celebrated on Saturday, October 31st from 5 pm – 8 pm




Agenda
City Council
Monday, September 28th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request


6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject closure of Girard Street between 11th and the alley beside the parsonage at 1105 Girard Street for the purpose of the 5th annual Block Party on October 3rd, 2015 between the hours of 8 am – 6 m from the First Church of God

Motion to accept/reject closure of the alley at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Ferry Street between 5th and 6th Streets for their annual truck or treat on Friday, October 30th, 2015

Motion to accept resignation of Jim Haley from the Metropolis Public Library Board of Trustees

Motion to accept/reject request quarterly drawdown from the Hotel/Motel Tax Fund in the amount of $104,497.11 for the Greater Metropolis Convention & Visitors Bureau (note amount is a request for 33% rather than the 25% due to the first quarter of fiscal year 2016 being almost over)


7. Corporate Counsel Report



8. Committee Reports

Industrial

Motion to seek bids for the sale of property (700 Market Street)



9. Department Heads


10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Saturday, 9 am – 3 pm
Myasthenia Gravis Charity Fall Festival at Washington Park

Myasthenia Gravis Walk from 8th to Washington Park.
Walk Registration 9-10am and walk at 10am.

Committee Meetings
Tuesday, September 29th, 2015
1:00 pm – Police & Fire
1:15 pm – Parks & Recreation
1:30 pm – Water, Light and Street
2:00 pm - Ordinance









Agenda
City Council
Monday, September 14th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

Charlie Eichorn

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject request to purchase LEADS On-Line for the Metropolis Police Department in the amount of $2,128.00

Motion to accept/reject establishing the hours of 5 pm to 8 pm on Saturday, October 31st for Trick or Treating

Motion to accept/reject partial closing on Market Street from 11th Street to the alley on Saturday, October 31st between the hours of 5 pm to 8 pm for Immanuel Baptist Church for their annual Trunk or Treat

Motion to adopt a Resolution to provide local match and authorize design engineering agreement for improving a segment of 12th Street from Catherine Street to Pullen Road

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Approving Redevelopment Agreement between the City of Metropolis and Acee’s Food & Fuel, Inc upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving Redevelopment Agreement between the City of Metropolis and Acee’s Food & Fuel, Inc

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Approving Lease of Real Property with Southern Illinois Riverboat Casino Cruises Inc. upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving Lease of Real Property with Southern Illinois Riverboat Casino Cruises Inc.

Approve release of abatement liens on 107 East 7th Street in return for commitment to tear down


8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject authorizing HMG to proceed with bids for the Interceptor Manhole Rehabilitation Project; excluding work to be performed by city public works staff


9. Department Heads

Planning and Zoning Department, Chad Murray

Motion to suspend the rules and place an ordinance granting a special use permit to Massac Memorial Hospital upon its passage

Adopt an ordinance granting a special use permit to Massac Memorial Hospital

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:










Agenda
City Council
Monday, August 24th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police Presentation

7. Corporate Counsel Report

New FLSA overtime regulations

Update on new Enterprise Zone application


8. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to approve the 2015 Grant Application submitted by the Friends of Fort Massac for the Encampment in the amount of $40,000

Ordinance Committee (8.13.15)

Motion to Approve an Ordinance abolishing all “Repair Account” policies and programs








Water, Light and Street Committee (8.2015)

Motion to accept/reject to authorize consulting with the engineers to prepare a plan and cost estimate for replace of the bar screen at the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject quote from Straeffer Pump & Supply Inc for repairs on a pump at the WWTP in the amount of $2,606.26

Motion to accept/reject quote from Straeffer Pump & Supply, Inc., for repairs on a pump at the WWTP in the amount of $2,265.43

Item Discussed but not on Agenda

Motion to ratify expenditure for repairs in the 1700 block of North Avenue for one double line stop in the amount of $4,775.00 from IMCO Utility Supply

Industrial Committee (8.13.15)

Adopt a motion authorizing the Mayor and Corporate Counsel to proceed with proposed Business District Redevelopment project

Police & Fire Committee (8.20.15)

Motion to accept/reject Mutual Aid Agreement between the City of Metropolis and Massac Co. Fire Protection District

Motion to accept/reject hiring Jordan Nickolas Holland as dispatcher for the Police Department as recommended by the Chief of Police

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills








14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:











Agenda
Public Hearing
2015 - 2016 Appropriation Ordinance
Monday, August 10th, 2015
6:30 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers


1. Call to order by Mayor

2. Mayor – Request CFO, Patricia Suttles, to provide a brief overview/summary of Appropriation Ordinance

3. Presentation by CFO

4. Mayor – Address public – Invite persons wishing to pose questions or comments to come forward, state your name for the record, then make your comment or pose your question. (Depending upon the number of people present, Mayor may want to advise that each person is limited to 5 minutes.)

5. Public Comment and Questions

6. Council Comments

7. Mayor Adjourns Hearing



Agenda
City Council
Monday, August 10th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Recognition and presentation of Outstanding Performance to Sergeant Cody Brown, Officer John McNeely, Chief Jason Morris and Keith Davis in their roll of saving a life.

Motion to adopt Resolution for the Lions Club Annual Labor Day Parade on Monday, September 7th, 2015

Motion to adopt Resolution for the Massac Co. High School for their annual Homecoming Day Parade on Friday, September 25th, 2015

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 75 ton of salt from River Ag in the amount of $82.00 (or less) per ton for fall pick up

Motion to purchase two lots with the addresses of 1409, 1409 ½, and 1413 Girard Street from Brad Burklow for the sum of $10,000.00 contingent upon Mr. Burklow’s removal of the tenants/mobile homes. The City shall obtain good and merchantable title free and clear of all liens and encumbrances and shall pay the usual and customary closing costs paid by purchasers.

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Amending Title VII, Traffic Code, Chapter 71, Traffic Schedules, Schedule 1 One-Way Street upon its passage.

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title VII, Traffic Code, Chapter 71, Traffic Schedules, Schedule 1 One-Way Street
8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street


First Reading on and Ordinance Abolishing All Repair Account Policies and Programs of the City of Metropolis

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending And Supplementing Title V, Public Works of the Code of Metropolis


Finance

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance to adopt the 2015-2016 Appropriations Ordinance

Motion to pass Ordinance 2015____(Annual Appropriations Ordinance for the Fiscal Year 2015-2016)

Planning and Zoning Department

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Amending Zoning District Boundaries upon its passage (825 East 12th Street)

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Amending Zoning District Boundaries ( 825 East 12th Street)
9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Thursday, August 13th 1:00 pm - Finance; 1:30 pm – Ordinance; 2:00 pm – Water, Light and Street Committee Meetings









Agenda
City Council
Monday, July 27th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject moving Clint Ferguson up to the next Lineman’s pay

Motion to reappoint Joyce Casper, Rhonda James and Alice Schwegman to the Library Board

7. Corporate Counsel Report

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject a blanket Purchase Order in the amount of $10,000 to S & S Industries for polymer for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject a blanket Purchase Order in the amount of $110,000 to Brenntag for Sodium Hypochlorite and Sodium Bisulfite for the WWTP

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports




13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Thursday, July 30th 1:00 - Finance Committee, 1:30 – Water, Light and Street









Agenda
City Council
Monday, July 13th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Change Order No. 3 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $895.24

Motion to accept/reject Application for Payment No. 11 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $109,443.80

Motion to accept/reject request for the Annual Coroners, Homicide Investigators Conference in the amount of $2,170.00 for two detectives to attend in August

Motion to accept/reject request for two detectives to attend an additional Homicide Training Conference in the amount of $1,402.00 in October

Motion to accept/reject additional road closure for St. Pauls’ Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School of 6th Street between Ferry and Metropolis Streets for July 22nd, 2015 only

Motion to accept/reject low bid from American Roofing & Construction in the amount of $6,462.00 for repairs to City Hall due to ceiling collapse on the east side of building

Approve letter of support for Miller- Valentine Project on old Central School property

Acknowledgment of resignation from Dena Hopkins from the Metropolis Public Library Board

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to appoint Joe Hobbs to the Metropolis Public Library Board




Motion to accept/reject request from First Missionary Baptist for road closure on Vienna Street between 7th and 8th Streets on August 29th, 2015 for the purpose of a Community Health Fair between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm


7. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate – 511 East 9th Street


8. Committee Reports

Water, Light, & Street

Adopt an Ordinance Amending and Extending the Residential Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Collector’s Contract Between the City of Metropolis, Illinois and Bulldog Systems Inc.

Police & Fire

Motion to accept/reject advertising for the position of dispatcher for the Metropolis Police Department

Police Dept.

Motion to Suspend the Rules and Place an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports







13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adopt a motion to approve loan modification with Frank Farmer Chevrolet, Inc.

16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Wednesday, July 15th – 1:00 Finance Committee; 2:00 Water, Light and Street
Thursday, July 16th – 11:00 am Renew Metropolis Committee; 1:30 Planning Commission








Agenda
City Council
Monday, June 22nd, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Market from 8th Street to 3rd and ending at Washington Park for the purpose of the Myasthenia Walk on September 26, 2015 beginning at 9 am and ending approximately at 11:00 pm

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a motion to suspend the rules and place an ordinance Approving Prevailing Wage Rates for the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an ordinance Approving Prevailing Wage Rates for the City of Metropolis

Adopt a Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving a Proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council and the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement Between Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council and City of Metropolis

8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject annual truck and equipment testing with Delta Mobile Testing, Inc. in the amount of $2,161.00 for the Light Department

Adopt a Resolution on the proposed 66 Corridor Project with Southern Five Regional Planning District and Development Commission

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Amending and Extending the Residential Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Collector’s Contract between the City of Metropolis, Illinois and Bulldog Systems Inc. upon its passage



Adopt an Ordinance Amending and Extending the Residential Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Collector’s Contract between the City of Metropolis, Illinois and Bulldog Systems Inc.

Zoning

Adopt an Ordinance Granting a Special Use Permit



9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
June 20th – Ohio River Sweep – Fort Massac State Park
July 1st – Finance Committee Meeting






Agenda
City Council
Monday, June 8th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 10 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $90,235.28 to Evrard-Strange Construction, Inc.

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a truck for the Waste Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject expenditure approval to New Wave Flooring for Council Room Carpet/Installation in the amount of $2,717.04 ($350 less than original)

Motion to accept/reject road closure for the Superman Celebration beginning at 5 pm on Wednesday, June 10th and remain closed through 7 pm Sunday, June 14th – the streets included are Market Street from the Superman Statue through the alley between 8th and 9th Streets, on 7th Street blocking from the parking lot drive of the Fire Station to the backside of Hillebrand’s Automotive, on 8th Street, from the backside of the Fire Station area to the drive thru at Banterra Bank

Motion to accept/reject closure for the 4th of July fireworks on Friday, July 3rd between the hours of 3 pm – 10 pm from the south side of Girard to the north side of Girard between 2nd and Front Streets


7. Corporate Counsel Report







8. Committee Reports

Ordinance Committee

First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Title XV, Chapter 154, Zoning and Land
Subdivision, Sections 154.01 (A) and 154.30 of the Code of Metropolis and Article
XXVI: Signs, Sections 14 and 24 of the Zoning Ordinance
(Ordinance 2013-22)

Zoning Board of Appeals

Submission to city council of Zoning Board of Appeals Advisory Report for Special Use permit for the following location: 21 Jon Street

First reading of an Ordinance granting a special use permit to Michael and Jamie Leonard for property located at 21 Jon Street

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis
Reminders:
June 11th – 14th – Superman Celebration, volunteers needed
June 17th – Water, Light and Street Committee & Finance Committee
June 20th – Ohio River Sweep – Fort Massac State Park





Agenda
City Council
Tuesday, May 26th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

John Eickleberry

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject closure of alley between Ferry/Metropolis & 5th/6th Streets for St. Pauls Lutheran Church from July 19th thru July 22nd for the purpose of Vacation Bible School

Motion to accept/reject Application for Payment No. 9 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $54,842.07 to Evrard-Strang Construction, Inc

Motion to accept/reject K9 replacement for the Metropolis Police Department in the amount of $8,950 from Little Rock K-9 Academy. To date, a total of $2,300 in donations has been received and all donations will be given to the City for reimbursement.

Motion to accept/reject Field Service Quotation from Solomon in the amount of $9,490.00 for repairs on the East Sub Station

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to seek bids for the sale of property located at 511 E. 9th

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title V, Public Works, Chapter 52, Sewers, Section 52.33 Rate Schedules for Sewers of the Code of Metropolis








8. Committee Reports

Planning and Zoning Department

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Zoning District Boundaries.

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 25th to observe Memorial Day
Wednesday, May 27th – 1:00 pm Water, Light and Street; 1:30 pm Ordinance and 2:00 Industrial, City Hall, Council Chambers







Agenda
City Council
Monday, May 11th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgment of National Police Memorial week with May 15th being National Police Memorial Day

Acknowledgment of International Firefighter’s day on May 4th

Motion to accept/reject Application for Payment No. 8 in the amount of $94,445.01 to Evrard-Strange Construction for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements

Amended Committee Listing as presented

Acknowledgment of purple bows being placed along Market Street, beginning May 20th, in awareness of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life in Massac Co. on Saturday, May 30th.

Reminder of Spring Clean Up starting next week

7. Corporate Counsel Report

First Reading on an Ordinance Modifying Residential Sewer Rates for Woodhaven Subdivision


8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject to take action on new permit with the IEPA at the Waste Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject low quote for repairs/replacement of well #6 motor/pump with Layne in the amount of $17,723.00

Mapping & Zoning

First reading of an Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundaries

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: Next Council Meeting will be on Tuesday, May 26th due to Memorial Day
City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 25th to observe Memorial Day.
Spring Clean Up Weeks: Week of May 11th and May 18th.

Agenda
City Council
Monday, April 27th, 2015
6:30 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Presentation to outgoing Aldermen

6. Swearing in and seating of newly elected Aldermen

7. Citizen’s Request

Corey Jackson

8. Mayor’s Report

Reappointment of Committees as presented

9. Corporate Counsel Report

10. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject to accept the low quote from Quint Utilities & Excavation for demolition at 811 Broadway in the amount of $2,200

Motion to accept/reject hiring Darryl Canada as mosquito sprayer at an hourly rate of $15 per hour

Motion to authorize city attorney to prepare an ordinance for establishing a $25/month sewer rate for Woodhaven residents until such time as the City installs new sewer facilities and the residents may be removed from their septic systems

Motion to accept/reject to purchase tapping sleeve and valve for 6” fire protection line at Aramark building in Industrial Park from IMCO in the amount of $1.020.00




Motion to accept/reject the low quote from Straeffer Pump for the repair/replacement of failed plant dosing pump at the Waste Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $9,973.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 pumps (monies appropriated in this year’s budget) for a reduced price of $9,699.00 for the Waste Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject low quote from Straeffer Pump for the repair of spare ABS Pump at Woodhaven Lift Station in the amount of $1,939.60

11. Department Heads

12. Old Business

13. New Business

14. Miscellaneous Reports

15. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


16. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

17. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: Market Street Spring Fling – Saturday, May 2nd from 7 am – 3:30ish.
From 7th to Superman and all along the Court House Lawn





Agenda
City Council
Monday, April 13th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Announcement of Spring Clean for the Weeks of May 11th and May 18th

Motion to accept/reject the purchase and placement of flower baskets along Ferry and Market Streets from Massac Nursery in the amount of $4,090.66

Discuss and take possible action on Payment No. 6 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $72,061.33 to Evrard-Strang Construction, Inc.

Discuss and take possible action on Payment No. 7 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $21,856.89 to Evrard-Strang Construction, Inc.

7. Corporate Counsel Report

Approve recognizing previous service of Bob Pergande for purposes of qualifying him for retiree insurance

8. Committee Reports

Condemned Buildings

Discuss status of demolition at 621 Catherine and approve motion to address the condition of the property








Industrial Committee

Motion to approve CDAP Revolving Loan to Brittany Freeman in accordance with term sheet

Parks and Recreation

Motion to accept/reject the hiring of life guard for the 2015 season as presented

Greater Metropolis Convention and Visitors Bureau

Motion to accept/reject request for Release of Tourism Funding for the 4th quarter in the amount of $74,621.00

Motion to accept/reject request for the first disbursement of $38,650 of the 2015 Superman Celebration Tourism Grant

Motion to accept/reject request for the final disbursement on the Metropolis Welcome Center and Public Restrooms tourism grant in the amount of $7,750


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills














14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: Swearing in Ceremony for newly elected aldermen will be Monday, April 27th @ 6:30

















Agenda
City Council
Monday, March 23rd, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Motion to Adopt Kiwanis 100th Anniversary Proclamation

Motion to Adopt Resolution Urging the Governor and General Assembly to Protect Full Funding of Local Government Distributive Fund Revenues

Motion to accept/reject advertising for Summer Help with a submission deadline of April 8th, 2015

Motion to accept/reject advertising for Life Guards with a submission deadline of April 8th, 2015



7. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to ratify the Memorandum of Understanding with Harrah’s

Update on Pool Bathhouse











8. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement upon its passage with Shawnee Mass Transit District

Adopt an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement with Shawnee Mass Transit District

9. Department Heads

Mapping & Zoning – Chad Murray

Presentation of the revised Corporate Limits and Ward Map

Motion to accept/reject revised Corporate Limits and Ward Map as presented.

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: City Hall will be closed on Friday, April 3rd to observe Good Friday
Tuesday, April 7th, Election Day, Don’t Forget to Vote!







CALL AND NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING


A special meeting of the Metropolis City Council is called by the Mayor of the City of Metropolis for Tuesday, March 17th, 2015, at One o’clock p.m. (1:00 pm) in the Council Chambers of the Metropolis City Hall.
The purpose of this meeting shall be to discuss and take possible action to proceed with or, alternatively, suspend the Franklin Park Pool Improvements.

DATE: March 13, 2015


______________________________________
Billy McDaniel, Mayor





Special Council Meeting
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
1:00 pm
City Hall
Council Chambers


1. Roll Call

2. Pledge of Allegiance – please stand and remain standing through the prayer

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Discuss and take possible action to proceed with or, alternatively, suspend the Franklin Park Pool Improvements.

6. Executive Session
Pending and/or Threatened Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

7. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis








Agenda
City Council
Monday, March 9th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Motion to elect temporary Chairman in the Mayor’s absence to preside over the City Council meeting pursuant to section 3.1-35-35 (b) of the Illinois Municipal Code

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

Adopt a motion to ratify the 3 year renewal contract for law library materials with Thomson-Reuters (Westlaw)

Motion to adopt Girl Scout Week Proclamation; March 8th, - 14th, 2015

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 5 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $32,629.15 to Evrard-Stang Construction, Inc.


7. Corporate Counsel Report


8. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of one new chemical feed pump for MIOX in the amount of $1,179.95 from USA Blue Book

Items Discussed but not on Agenda

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a Forti Line Waterworks Master Meter for the Barge for Harrah’s



Motion to authorize the purchase of a new Master Meter or meter components for the Harrah’s Hotel and Casino

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 3 phase meters from HD Supply in the amount of $8,103.60


Metropolis Area Tourism Commission


Motion to accept/reject recommendation to grant application for the Superman Celebration in the amount of $77,300.00

Motion to accept/reject request for release of Tourism Funding for the Third Quarter from GMCVB in the amount of $53,725.00 for the 3rd quarter


9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business


12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


14. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: Review Metropolis Committee will meet on Thursday, March 12th @ 11:00 am, City Hall, Council Chamber





Agenda
City Council
Monday, February 23rd, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to authorize Mayor to lease the Industrial Park agricultural land for a term ending on December 31, 2015 to Gary Bryant for the cash rent of $14,566.50

Motion to accept/reject replacing tile in the Happy Hearts kitchen from Clear Wave Floor Covering in the amount of $4,200.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 75 tons of salt from River Ag

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Prohibiting the Use of Groundwater as a Potable Water Supply by the Installation or Use of Potable Water Supply Wells or Any Other Method upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Prohibiting the Use of Groundwater as a Potable Water Supply by the Installation or Use of Potable Water Supply Wells or Any Other Method

7. Committee Reports

Parks & Recreation Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 22 tons of field conditioning for the Sports Park baseball and softball fields in the amount of $6,765.00 from McKeel Equipment. MCYSA will do the condition work themselves

Industrial Committee

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with SMTD Transportation

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with Max Russell Electric





Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject low quote for Surgery Center transformer from Brownstown in the amount of $11,019.00

Motion to accept/reject renewal of contract with Charlie Richie for one year.

Motion to accept/reject re building one ABS submersible pump for the Woodhaven Pump Station in the amount of $2,240.54

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a water meter for Super 8 Motel from Fortiline Waterworks in the amount of $750.51

Motion to accept/reject to proceed with the award of Contract for the Safe Routes to School in the amount of $85,767.74


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business


11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate







14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders: Wednesday, February 25th @ 1:00 – Condemned Building Committee














Agenda
City Council
Monday, February 9th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request



5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject the appointment of Mr. Mike Hall as Alderman to replace Kim Brown in Ward 1

Swearing in of new Alderman

Motion to adopt Resolution for Participation in US Dept. of Defense/State of Illinois Leso Program

Motion to accept/reject the closure of Market Street from 7th Street to 5th Street for the purpose of a flea market/craft show (Market Street Spring Fling) on Saturday, May 2nd from 5:00 am – 5:00 pm as requested by Patricia Lewis


6. Corporate Counsel Report


7. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to fund the Superman Classic/ASA in the amount of $44,975.00

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to fund the Southernmost Illinois Tourism Bureau in the amount of $2,500

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to hire new Executive Director for the GMCVS (Greater Metropolis Convention and Visitor Bureau)



Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of cable for the Light Department from Brownstown in the amount of $5,625.00

Motion to accept/reject testing meters with Midwest Meter in the amount of $1,002

Motion to accept/reject on linestop to replace valve on 8” pipe supplying the fire protection line at the Old Glove Factory on 17th and Market from IMCO Utility Supply in the amount of $4,275.00

Motion to accept/reject the FEMA house asbestos inspection contract to Freeman Enterprises Services, Inc. from the low quote of $4,800

Police and Fire Committee

Motion to accept/reject the first Addendum to the MABAS Master Agreement

Parks & Recreation

Motion to accept/reject Change Order #2 in the amount of $5,916 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements from Evrard-Strange Construction, Inc.

Motion to accept/reject payment No. 4 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvement in the amount of $59,218.25 (includes the above Change Order) from Evrard-Strange Construction, Inc.

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business


11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills









13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis




Reminders: City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 16th to observe Presidents Day
Tuesday, February 17th, the Parks and Recreation Committee will meet














Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 26th, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Dan Whitley

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to set date for Water Plant Tours on any of the following dates in February; 5th, 10th, 11th or 12th

6. Corporate Counsel Report

2014 Residential Electric Survey

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light & Street Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Amending the Code of Metropolis, Section 50.25, Rates for Electrical Energy

First Reading of an Ordinance Amending and Supplementing Title V, Public Works, of the Code of Metropolis


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

Motion to accept/reject the request of Dan Whitley for expenses incurred for the supply of electric power to their residences by means of a buried cable from a pedestal, vault or pad mounted transformer located on or near the property line to a point designated on the dwelling



11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Make appointment to fill vacancy of Mrs. Kim Brown.

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis














Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 12, 2015
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report
Motion to approve pay estimate No. 3, for the Franklin Park Bath House Project, in the amount of $58,974.10 to Evrard-Strang Construction, Inc.

Motion to approve payment of $629.60 to Holcomb Foundation Engineering Co., Inc., for the concrete cylinder testing on the Franklin Park Bath House Project.


6. Corporate Counsel Report
First Reading of an Ordinance Vacating a Part of the North/South Alley in Block 104 of the Second Addition to the City of Metropolis

Motion to Approve Disbursement of TIF Funds to Land of Lincoln Lumber for reimbursement of eligible redevelopment costs ($20,661.94)

IMUA Scholarship information

FEMA Demolition Project information


7. Committee Reports

Water, Light & Street Committee
Motion to approve purchase of 500 kVA transformer for inventory from Brownstown in the amount of $9753.00, which is the lowest quote.


Motion to suspend rules and place an Ordinance Amending the Code of Metropolis, Section 50.25, Rates for Electrical Energy upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Amending the Code of Metropolis, Section 50.25, Rates for Electrical Energy


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Make appointment to fill vacancy of Mrs. Kim Brown.

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis









Agenda
City Council
Monday, December 22nd, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept regularly scheduled meeting of the Metropolis City Council for 2015 as presented

Motion to accept/reject Audit Report #74 covering the receipt and disbursement of MFT funds by the City for the period beginning January 1, 2012 and ending December 31st, 2012

Acknowledgement of appreciation to the ladies who placed the greenery & bows along Market Street and also of their assistance in placing bulbs in the Christmas pole decorations

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a resolution concerning tax abatement at the request of Massac County;

Update on IMEA and other developments in the electric industry


7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject Invoice from E.T. Simonds in the amount of $234,282.17 for the Metropolis 2014 MFT Maintenance Paving

Motion to accept/reject the Purchase of two (2) handhelds in the amount of $9,934.00 (low quote) from HD Supply for the Light Department

Motion to accept/reject moving Clint Ferguson to Step 2 on the Light Department

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a new air compressor pump from John Henry Foster (Lowest quote - $1,150.00) for water plant pneumatic system

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a new 2-way fire hydrant (3 ½ ft. bury with 4” MJ shoe) per lowest quote from IMCO in the amount of $1,507.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a new 3” gate valve (MJ x MJ) per lowest quote in the amount of $344.00 from IMCO

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn




Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis












Reminders:

Christmas for Kids – Girl Scout House, registration @ 7:30 am, distribution begins @ 8:00 am
Free Holiday Meal, Monday, December 22nd, 5 – 7 pm Life Church Eastland, 716 E. 3rd Street
Holiday Closings:
•Thursday, December 25th and Friday, December 26th (Open Christmas Eve)
•Thursday, January 1st and Friday, January 2nd (Open New Year’s Eve)
•Wed., January 7th, Water, Light and Street Committee @ 1:00 pm




Wishing you each a Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year
























Agenda
City Council
Monday, December 8th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Application for Payment No. 2 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $25,340.30

Motion to accept/reject payment to Holcomb Foundation Engineering, Co. Inc. in the amount of $724.50 in regards to the Metropolis Park Pool Improvements

Motion to accept/reject closure of the Superman Square between the hours of 10:30 pm and 12:00 am on Wednesday, December 31st, 2014 for the purpose of a New Year’s Eve Performance by Morgan Strebler

Motion to accept/reject funding of the Superman Classic in the amount of $10,000

Motion to accept/reject appointment of Ken Kovacs, Denese Peebles, and Mike Korte to the Planning Commission

Motion to accept/reject appointment of Kev Kovacs (as Chairman), Jan Broadway and Keith Stokes to the Zoning Board of Appeals

Update on use of Charge Cards in City Clerk’s office now available to customers



6. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt an Ordinance Approving an Agreement to Grant Perpetual Easement

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Establishing an Enterprise Zone in the City of Metropolis, Illinois, The Village of Joppa, Illinois, The City of Brookport, Illinois, and Massac County, Illinois upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Establishing an Enterprise Zone in the City of Metropolis, Illinois, The Village of Joppa, Illinois, The City of Brookport, Illinois, and Massac County, Illinois


7. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject health insurance renewal with Mutual Medical to continue current stop loss level of $57,500

Adopt motion for the rules to be suspended and Ordinance 2014-___ be placed upon its passage (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year 2014 – 2015)

Adopt motion to pass Ordinance 2014-___ as presented (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30th, 2015)


Motion to accept/reject funding the Police Pension in the amount of $175,733 and the Fire Pension in the amount of $149,069 for the deficit in the tax levy, to be funded in equal installments over a period of 7 months

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:


•Saturday, December 6th;
6:30am – 11:30 am, Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast at 1st United Methodist Church
10 am – 4 pm, Holiday Market, Metropolis Community Center
1:30 pm – 63rd Annual Christmas Parade






Agenda
City Council
Monday, November 24th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 new police vehicles (2015 Dodge Durango) from Linwood Motors at a cost of $28,964.00 each bringing the total to $57,928.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of approximately an additional 75 tons of salt at $100.00 per ton

Motion to accept/reject Illinois Counties Risk Management Trust Insurance Program Renewal Proposal in the amount of $214,975.00

Motion to proclaim December as National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month

Applications for Entry Level Firefighter and Police Officer are now being accepted through December 19th, 2014

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting a supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis and Declaring an Emergency upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting a supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis and Declaring an Emergency

Adopt an Ordinance Approving an Agreement to Grant Perpetual Easement



Adopt a Resolution Approving Modified Funding Schedule for George Rogers Clark Discovery Trail

7. Committee Reports

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
•City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th for Thanksgiving
•Friday, December 5th, Finance Committee @ 11:00 am, Water, Light and Street @ 11:30 am
•Saturday, December 6th;
6:30am – 11:30 am, Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast at 1st United Methodist Church
10 am – 4 pm, Holiday Market, Metropolis Community Center
1:30 pm – 63rd Annual Christmas Parade


















Agenda
City Council
Monday, November 10th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Application for Payment No. 1 for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements in the amount of $66,964.02 to Evrard-Strang Construction, Inc

Motion to adopt Resolution for Road Closure for the Annual Christmas Parade sponsored by the Metropolis Chamber on Saturday, December 6th

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Review bids for Demolition of FEMA properties

Adopt motion approving bids of Drew Quint

Group A = $________
Group B = $________
Group C = $________

Subject of Approval by FEMA

7. Committee Reports


Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject final pay request for the Carter/Crestview sewer replacement in the amount of $12,294.10 to AMRENT Contracting, Inc.

Motion to accept/reject a three year maintenance agreement with Crosspoint for the emergency power generation equipment in the amount of $8,515.48

Industrial Committee

Adopting an Ordinance Approving a Farm Lease (Airport Property)

Adopting an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate – 1009 North Avenue and 1015 North Avenue

Motion to accept/reject extension of lease at the old Gas Company building for 6 months at a rate of $500 per month


8. Department Heads

Mapping/Zoning

Motion to accept/reject Massac Co. Enterprise Zone Intergovernmental Agreement

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate



14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
•City Hall will be closed on Tuesday, November 11th to observe Veterans Day
and on Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th for Thanksgiving
•Veteran’s Appreciation & Fall Festival 11 am – 3 pm Frank Farmer Chevrolet (Tuesday)
•Saturday, November 15th – Virtual Myasthenia Walk, starting @ 9th Street to the Superman Statue on Market Street at noon.















Agenda
City Council
Monday, October 27th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to proclaim the month of November as “National Adoption Awareness Month”

Motion to accept/reject request for the purchase of 17 Glock Model 22 pistols in the amount of $2,978.00 from Kieslers Police Supply, Inc. (best quote)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 75 tons of salt at a cost of $93.00/ton from Compass Minerals for a total amount of $6,975.00 (this is an increase of 50 tons over the initial agreement of 25 tons)


6. Corporate Counsel Report

7. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Have City Clerk open and read bids for Farm Lease (Airport Property)

Have City Clerk open and read bids for purchase of 1009 North Avenue and 1015 North Avenue (Old police/fire station and COPE building)

First reading of an Ordinance Approving a Farm Lease (Airport Property)

First reading of an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate – 1009 North Avenue and 1015 North Avenue

First Reading of an Ordinance Approving an Agreement to Grant Perpetual Easement and Approving the Permanent and Perpetual Billboard Easement for adoption upon its passage

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Resolution Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Metropolis and the Massac-Metropolis Port District Covering Property Between Market Street and the Railroad Bridge


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

•Fall Clean Up – Weeks of October 20th and 27th.
•Ordinance Committee Meeting, Wednesday, October 29th @ 1:00 pm – AGENDA INCLUDED IN PACKET
•Dedication & Lighting Ceremony, Metropolis Lighthouse “Hope Light”, Wednesday, November 5th, 2 pm @ Dorothy Miller Park








Agenda
City Council
Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to proclaim October as National Residents’ Rights Month

Motion to accept/reject Renewal Quotation from esri in the amount of $1,750.00 for Mapping/Zoning

Motion to accept/reject agreement with Paducah Blueprint for a 48 Month Facilities Management Program (Print System with controller, color-monochrome scanner, printer and maintenance) at a rate of $425.00 per month for the Mapping/Zoning


6. Corporate Counsel Report

General updates


7. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title III, Administration, Chapter 31, City Officers and Employees, Section 31.033(B) and Chapter 35, Taxation and Finance, Section 35.05(C) of the Code of Metropolis








Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the necessary repairs to the MIOX System Unit 3 on site technician in the approximate amount of $4,200 (not including materials) for the Water Filtration Plant

Motion to accept/reject the 3 phase meter testing for the Light Department in the amount of $3,800 from HD Power Solutions

Condemned Building Committee

Motion to accept/reject going out for demolition bids on the FEMA properties
Motion to accept/reject the proposal from Jerel Childers for the demolition of the following properties:
•310 Lindsey in the amount of $3,400
•815 East 6th Street in the amount of $3,400
•409 West 8th Street in the amount of $3,600
Bringing the total amount to $10,400

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with the condemnation letter to the owner of 621 Catherine Street

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with the condemnation letter to the owner of 202 Metropolis Street

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
City Hall will be closed Monday, October 13th to observe Columbus Day
Employee Flu Shots, Thursday, October 16th – 9am – 11:30 am Council Chambers
Fall Clean Up – Weeks of October 20th and 27th.
Ordinance Committee Meeting, Wednesday, October 29th @ 1:00 pm


Agenda
City Council
Monday, September 22nd, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to Adopt Resolution for the United Steel Workers Parade on Saturday, October 11th, 2014 between the hours of 1 pm – 3 pm

Motion to accept/reject providing flu shots for full time City employees from Southern Seven Health Department on October 16th, 2014 between the hours of 9:00 am – 11:30 am in the Council Chambers

Motion to accept/reject closing of alley at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Saturday, October 25th, 2014 from 5 pm – 9 pm for the their annual Trunk or Treat

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 2009 Dodge Ram from Linwood Motors in the amount of $12,000 for Animal Control

Motion to ratify Annual Homicide Investigators conference for 3 detectives in the approximate cost of less than $3,000

Motion to accept/reject the low quote from Boyd and Sons for pinchers for the Bob Cat in the amount of $2346.00 plus $31.00 (guard) for the Street Department

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a new pickup truck from low quote



6. Corporate Counsel Report

First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Title III, Administration, Chapter 31, City Officers and Employees, Section 31.033 (B) and Chapter 35, Taxation and Finance, Section 35.05 (C) of the Code of Metropolis (increase Mayor’s spending authority)

7. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

Motion to pass Ordinance 2014-______ (Annual Appropriations Ordinance for the Fiscal
Year 2014-2015)


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Saturday, September 20th, Boy Scout Paper Drive




Agenda
City Council
Monday, September 8th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Patient Care Solutions

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Market Street from 9th Street to the Superman Statue on Saturday, November 15th from noon until 1:30 for the purpose of a Virtual Myasthenia Walk

Motion to accept/reject partial closing on Market Street from 11th Street to alley on October 31st, between the hours of 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm for Immanuel Baptist Church for their annual Trunk or Treat

Motion to accept/reject establishing the hours of 5 pm to 8 pm on Friday, October 31st for Trick or Treating

Motion to Adopt Resolution for Participation in State of Illinois Federal Surplus Property Program

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to seek bids for sale of 1009 North Ave. and 1015 North Ave. pursuant to 65 ILCS 5/11-76-1 and 11-76-2

Motion to seek proposals/bids for a 5 year farm lease of the Airport farm (Farm Service Agency Farm #545 pursuant to 65 ILCS 5/11-76-1 and 11-76-2.

Motion to renew lease of 700 Market Street to Mike and Connie Carnes for 3 months




7. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

First Reading on Appropriations Ordinance

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on the grant application for the 2014 Fort Massac Encampment in the amount of $39,850.00

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis








Agenda
City Council
Monday, August 25th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Contract between the City of Metropolis and Southern Pride Senior Program (Happy Hearts)

Motion to accept/reject quote from Jerel L. Childers Exc. Inc. for the demolition of property at 1601 Market Street in the amount of $5,230.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a used truck for Animal Control

Motion to accept/reject Jerel L. Childers Exc. Inc to dig up pipe along the river

Motion to Adopt a Resolution for Massac Co. High School for the Homecoming Day Parade on Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 beginning at 3:30 pm



6. Corporate Counsel Report




7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject Change Order #1 and Pay Request #1 in the amount of $176,587.90 from Amrent for the Crestview/Carter sewer main replacement

Motion to accept/reject the 12th Street Preliminary Engineering Service Agreement with HMG

Motion to adopt resolution to increase the 2014 MFT amount to $295,000.00

Motion to accept/reject the 2014 MFT paving construction contract awarded to ET Simonds in the amount of $251,535.75

Motion to accept/reject a blanket purchase order for $100,00 for
Sodium Bisulfite and Sodium Chlorite from Brenntag for the Disposal Plant

Motion to accept/reject a blanket purchase order for $11,000 for polmer from S & S Services for the Disposal Plant

Ordinance Committee (from WLS 8.19.14)

Adopt an Ordinance for the Sale or other disposition of personal property of the City of Metropolis – salvage of old generator at Disposal Plant to Holts Recycling

Parks and Recreation Committee

Motion to accept/reject the Construction Engineering Services Agreement for the Franklin Park Pool Improvements not to exceed $30,000.00

The following items were discussed but not on the agenda:

Motion to accept/reject the estimate from Go Green Lawn Care, LLC to bring up the PH Levels on the Soccer Fields in the amount of $5,450.00

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with the construction of a basketball court at Fort Massac State Park


Industrial Committee

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with Shawnee Community College upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with Shawnee Community College

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving a Memorandum of Understanding with Patient Care Solutions, LLC, upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Memorandum of Understanding with Patient Care Solutions, LLC



8. Department Heads



9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: Finance Committee, Tuesday, August 26th, 1:30 pm (Agenda Enclosed)
City Hall will be closed on Monday, September 1st to observe Labor Day



















Agenda
City Council
Monday, August 11th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to adopt Resolution for the Lions Club Annual Labor Day Parade on Monday, September 1st, 2014

Motion to accept/reject closing of the Superman Square from 5th to 6th Street on September 27th between the hours of 8 am – 9 am for the purpose of a bike ride sponsored by the Metropolis Chamber

Motion to accept/reject road closure on Girard Street between 11th and the alley on September 20th, 2014 between the hours of 8 am – 6 pm for the First Church of God 4th Annual Block Party

Motion to accept/reject final invoice and payment estimate for $15,350.00, as well as the applicable lien waiver and certified payroll for the Carter/Crestview Underground Bore

Motion to accept/reject cleaning of drain off 2nd Street to River from Ron’s Septic in the amount of $2,800 - $3,000

Motion to accept/reject Massac Co. request for 10 year tax abatement for New Banterra building

6. Corporate Counsel Report

General Updates


7. Committee Reports



Education Committee

Motion to accept/reject After School Program Budget in the amount of $23,000

Metropolis Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject disbursement of funds from the grant approved by the Metropolis Area Tourism Commission in the amount of $6,050.00 (total grant was $13,800.00)


8. Department Heads

Mapping & Zoning

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a Cannon iPF 785 36” Image Prograf – including training, delivery and installation from Paducah Blueprint and Supply Co. in the amount of $4,290.00

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: Tuesday, August 19th, 1:00 pm WLS; 2:00 pm Parks & Rec; 2:30 pm Industrial






Agenda
City Council
Monday, July 28th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgment and appreciation to DJK Link, Ken Kovacs, Paul McNight and Nelda Burnett for their donations to the flower basket fund

Motion to accept resignation from Mike Cooper as Airport Manager

Motion to appoint Beau Woods as Airport Manager

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of two end loaders ($4,000 each) for a total of $8,000



6. Corporate Counsel Report


7. Committee Reports


Industrial Committee

Adopt a Resolution Supporting Patient Care Solutions LLC’s Development Project


Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance for Tax Compliance Policy

Adopt an Ordinance authorizing and providing for the issuance of not to exceed $9,500,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2014, of the City of Metropolis, Massac County, Illinois, prescribing all the details of said Bonds and for alternate revenue sources and the levy of direct annual taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such Bonds, and related matters (Bond Ordinance)




8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminder:












Agenda
City Council
Monday, July 14th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Recognition of Officer Don Helm, Captain Micah Tolbert, Firefighter Rodney Brugger and OEM Keith Davis

Motion to accept/reject reappointment of the following Metropolis Public Library Board members: Ron Ashby, Bill Carrell, Jim Haley, Dena Hopkins and Ed Bridges

Electronic Recycling Event scheduled for July 26th has been canceled by the recycler

Motion to accept/reject request for 1st installment from FY’15 Metropolis Tourism Marketing budget for the amount of $59,985.00

Motion to accept/reject request for 1st installment in the amount of $20,275.00 from the Metropolis Tourism Director administrative position, Year 9 grant


6. Corporate Counsel Report


7. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Motion to suspend rules and place an Ordinance Approving a Redevelopment Agreement with Burnham’s Collision Center upon its passage

Motion to adopt an Ordinance Approving a Redevelopment Agreement with Burnham’s Collision Center


Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to proceed with Amrent to make repairs on Carter/Crestview project with concrete at a rate of $6 per sq. ft. for an estimated cost of $27,000

Motion to accept/reject recommendation from HMG to televise the storm sewer on 6th Street between Catherine and Ophia in the amount of $1500 for 400’ (with an additional charge of $200 per hour if lines aren’t cleaned prior)

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to purchase a load of bulk Hi-Grade Salt for the MIOX system for the quoted price of $285 per ton and a total of $7,125.00 from Cargill Salt (not to exceed 25 tons)

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to purchase an Emergency Standby generator at the WWTP from Cummins, Russell Electric and Parker in the amount of $42,971.38 plus rental (generator is a replacement)

Ordinance Committee

First Reading of the Bond Ordinance (refinance existing TIF bonds)

First Reading of an Ordinance Approving a Tax Compliance Policy and Procedure


Police & Fire Committee

Motion to accept/reject training a the Annual Medicolegal Death and Homicide Investigation Conference for Chief Harry Masse, St. Scot Deming and Rick Griffey from August 11th thru August 14th in the approximate amount of $3,180.00

Motion to accept/reject repairs to the Ladder Truck with Sentinal not to exceed $2,000.00

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Motion to hire_________________________ apprentice lineman for the Light Department


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminder:

•Kenpo Karate Camp – July 21st – 24th

•Massac Co. Youth Fair July 11th – 18th











Agenda
City Council
Monday, June 23rd, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Charlie Eichorn

5. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgement of retirement of Jerry Caudle as the Airport Manager after 34 years

Motion to accept/reject appointment of new Airport Manager at the rate of $1,246.05 per month

Motion to accept/reject appointment of new Fire and Police Commissioner

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of two (2) carports from Carolina Carports in the amount $5,440 each

Motion to accept/reject expenditure approval for the purchase of a Snapper mower from Hoyer’s in the approximate amount of $6,400.00

Electronic Recycling coming to Metropolis on Saturday, July 26th from 8am – 3 pm

Motion to suspend the rules and place an ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a motion to suspend the rules and place an ordinance Approving Prevailing Wage Rates for the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an ordinance Approving Prevailing Wage Rates for the City of Metropolis

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Approve an agreement with BHMG for an electric rate study in the amount of $19,450.00.

Motion to suspend to the rules and place an ordinance approving the City’s Emergency Operation Plan as Amended upon its passage

Adopt an ordinance approving the City’s Emergency Operation Plan as Amended

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 40 poles @ $288 each from Brown Wood Preserving Co. for the Light Department

Motion to reject the bids as received for the SRTS and postpone a second letting to a later date

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 8 capacitor banks from Fletcher Reinhart in the amount of $45,323.00

Motion to accept/reject repairs on the air conditioner at the Metropolis Police Department

Discussed during meeting but not on Agenda

Motion to accept/reject accepting lowest quote for boring on Carter/Crestview Sewer Separation Project from BKW in the amount of $15,350

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of parts to rebuild a MCCP (motor control center panel) bucket for the WWTP from Russell Electric in the amount of $1,896.00 (labor included)

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an ordinance Amending Title IX, Chapter 90, Animals, of the Code of Metropolis and Amending Title IX, Chapter 95, Nuisances of the Code of Metropolis to Require Owners or Possessors of Dogs and Other Animals to pick up and/or remove animal excrement or feces from public and private property

Adopt an ordinance Amending Title V, Chapter 52, To Amend Section 52.13 and to Add a Section 52.34, of the Code of Metropolis Concerning Wastewater Service Rates for Metered Industrial, Commercial, or Nonresidential Users.

Adopt an ordinance Amending Title V, Chapter 53, Section 53.16, of the Code of Metropolis Concerning Water Service Rates and Tap On Fees for Metered Industrial, Commercial, or Nonresidential Water Users

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of the MATC that the grant application for the FY’ 15 Metropolis Tourism Director be funded in the amount of $81,100.00

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of the MATC that the grant application for the FY’ 15 Metropolis Tourism Marketing Budget be funded in the amount of $198,695.00

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of the MATC that the grant application for the Metropolis Chamber New Facility be funded in the amount of $13,800

Education Committee

Motion to accept reject sponsorship of the Miss Metropolis Scholarship Program in the amount of $3,000.00

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Motion to make conditional offer of employment for Lineman on the Light Department

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminder:

Fight the Heat Fan Drive – collections of new fans until July 10th and distributed at COPE on July 11th – first come first serve basis

Electronic Recycling – Saturday, July 26th 8 am – 3 pm, 300 Front Street (across from Dorothy Miller Park)

Blues and Que’s – June 27th and 28th – Fort Massac State Park











Agenda
City Council
Monday, June 9th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject repairs to the #2 Influent pump at the Waste Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $2,300 from Progress Environmental

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a fire hydrant for replacement & relocation of old fire hydrant in the 1700 block between Catherin and Filmore from Imco Utility Supply in the amount of $3066.15

Motion to accept/reject Payment No. 10 – final on the Combined Sewer Separation Phase 1 from Amrent in the amount of $96,783.21

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with demolition of property at 1811 Baynes

Acknowledgement of resignation of Minnie Blackwell from the Metropolis Public Library Board

Motion to accept/reject appointment of Tryphonnia Amos to the Metropolis Public Library Board

Motion to accept/reject appointment of Bob Griffey to the Police and Fire Board (replacing George Giltner)

Motion to proceed with position for lineman

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of carport for the storage of salt/sand

Motion to accept/reject proposed agreement between the City of Metropolis and 5R Processors, LTD for an Electronic Recycling Event to be held tentatively on Saturday, July 26, 2014


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Discuss projected energy costs and need for a rate study for our own system


7. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for the City to give their full support to the Metropolis Massac Port District with their potential projects

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance authorizing the City of Metropolis, Massac County, Illinois to borrow funds from the Water Pollution Control Loan Program

First Reading an Ordinance Amending Title IX, Chapter 90, Animals, of the Code of Metropolis and Amending Title IX, Chapter 95, Nuisances of the Code of Metropolis to Require Owners or Possessors of Dogs and Other Animals to pick up and/or remove animal excrement or feces from public and private property.

First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Water Rates for Metered Customers and Establishing Sewer Rates for Metered Customers


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session
Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate






14. Motion to make conditional offer of employment for maintenance for the Parks and Recreation Department

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminder: Superman Celebration begins Thursday, June 12th









Agenda
City Council
Tuesday, May 27th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject moving Nathan Lott up to Journeyman Linenman with the Light Department

Acknowledgement of resignation of Don Harper from the Police and Fire Commission

Acknowledgement of resignation of George Giltner from the Police and Fire Commission

Motion to accept/reject appointment of Ken Kovacs to the Police and Fire Commission to fill the vacancy from Don Harper


6. Corporate Counsel Report


7. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Pre-Annexation Agreement with Thomas Burnham and Shannon Burnham

Adopt an Ordinance Approving Annexing Certain Territory to the City of Metropolis, County of Massac, Illinois (Thomas Burnham and Shannon Burnham, 1805 East Street, Metropolis, IL)

Adopt an Ordinance Approving the Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Plan and Redevelopment Project for the Metropolis US 45 North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area

Adopt an Ordinance Designating and Approving the Metropolis US 45 North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area

Adopt an Ordinance Adopting Tax Increment Financing in the Metropolis US 45 North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area

Adopt a motion authorizing the Mayor to Lease the old gas company building for a term of 3 months to Mike and Connie Karnes with an option to renew for 3 additional months

Motion to accept/reject getting an appraisal on the old Fire Station building

Report on public hearing/status of uptown business district


Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject on Sewer Separation Phase 1 Final Inspection completed on April 28, 2014 and recordation to request final pay request and close project in the amount of $116,087.15

Motion to accept/reject Professional Services Agreement to update City’s current mapping system not to exceed $13,000 with HMG Engineers, Inc.

Motion to accept/reject bio solids hauling not to exceed $9,500 from Lane Erectors for the Disposal Plant

Motion to accept/reject EPA loan application and first reading of preliminary bond ordinance

Motion to accept/reject Truck and Equipment Inspection from Delta Mobile Testing in the amount of $350.00 per truck plus equipment for the Light Department

Parks and Recreation

Motion to accept/reject Agreement with Go Green Lawn Care for the Soccer Fields in the total amount of $17,000


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business


11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 26th to observe Memorial Day














Agenda
City Council
Monday, May 12th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Rebuilding Together

Mike Genin, Vice President of IMEA, to discuss electric rates and energy cost trends

5. Mayor’s Report

Ratify employment of Matt Holt and Darrell Kennedy


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate 1011 E 3rd Street

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate 1011 E 3rd Street

Refinancing Existing Debt - Stifel


7. Committee Reports

Industrial Committee

First reading of an Ordinance Approving Annexing Certain Territory to the City of Metropolis, County of Massac, Illinois (Thomas Burnham and Shannon Burnham, 1805 East Street, Metropolis, IL)

First reading of an Ordinance Approving the Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Plan and Redevelopment Project for the Metropolis US 45 North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area

First reading of an Ordinance Designating and Approving the Metropolis US 45 North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area

First reading of an Ordinance Adopting Tax Increment Financing in the Metropolis US 45 North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area

Motion to discuss old gas company building


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business


11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
12:00 – Parks and Recreation
12:30 – Police and Fire
1:00 – WLS
1:30 - Industrial













Agenda
City Council
Monday, April 28th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject road closure for the Superman Celebration beginning at 5 pm on Wednesday, June 11th and remained closed through 8 pm on Sunday, June 15th – the streets included are Market Street from the Superman Square through the intersection at 8th Street and approximately 30’ on either side of Market on 8th Street, 7th Street and 6th Street.

Motion to accept/reject road closure for the 4th of July fireworks from the south side of Girard to the north side of Girard between 2nd and Front Streets. With a raindate of July 5th

Motion to accept/reject repairs to mower/tractor for the Street Department in the amount of $3,365.74 from Little Tractor

Motion to accept/reject Pay Application No. 9 from Amrent Contracting in the amount of $116,087.15 for the Combined Sewer Separation

Motion to accept/reject the 4th installment from FY’14 Metropolis Tourism Marketing budget for the amount of $47,736.00

Motion to accept/reject final installment in the amount of $20,825.00 from the Metropolis Tourism Director administrative position, Year 7 grant

Motion to accept/reject final installment of $52,300.00 from the FY’14 Superman Celebration grant









6. Corporate Counsel Report

First Reading on an Ordinance approving Pre-Annexation Agreement

Motion to set a Public Hearing on the pre-annexation agreement


7. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of the grant application from Patrick Howell of Super City Cross Fit in the amount of $1000 for the Memorial Day Murph

Ordinance Committee

Motion to continue discussion on modifying the Zoning Ordinance regarding mobile/portable signs

Motion to accept/reject the changes on the City Limit Ward Map

Industrial Committee

Motion to suspend rules and place an ordinance setting a public hearing on proposal to impose retailers’ occupation taxes and service occupation taxes in Metropolis Business District

Adopt an Ordinance setting a public hearing on proposal to impose retailers’ occupation taxes and service occupation taxes in Metropolis Business District

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for the purchase of a drain pipe for Misty Meadows to be paid from the Industrial Park TIF

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business


11. Miscellaneous Reports







12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Motion to make conditional offer of employment for laborer for the Street Department

15. Motion make conditional offer of employment for water helper for the Water Department

16. Motion to make conditional offer of employment for vac truck operator for the Disposal Plant

17. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: Spring Clean Up Weeks May 5th and May 12th














Agenda
City Council
Monday, April 14th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject 2014 mosquito spraying and the hiring of Keith Stokes and Greg Bradford sharing the hours of spraying for the same cost of last year’s rate of pay

Motion to ratify the expenditure approval to FW Electric in an amount not to exceed $3,390 for repairs to light pole on Highway 45

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Update on municipal issues from the IML municipal attorney conference

7. Committee Reports

Parks and Recreation

Motion to accept/reject hiring of proposed Pool Staff for 2014 as presented

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject retaining HMG as engineers for the 12th Street project

Motion to accept/reject quotes for cable purchase as presented in the total amount of $12,239.00 ($7,591.00 of that for the Carter/Crestview project)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a fire hydrant from HD Supply in the amount of $1,685.00 for the water department

Motion to accept/reject the repair cost of__________________ to 5 poles on highway 45
(pending paperwork from Verbal Blakey)






Mapping and Zoning

Motion to accept/reject revised 2014 official Corporate Limits and Ward Map of the City of Metropolis (maps will be available at the Council Meeting)

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business


11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: Spring Clean Up Weeks May 5th and May 12th
Spring Spectacular – Saturday, April 12th,















Agenda
City Council
Monday, March 24th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Announcement for Spring Clean Up Weeks May 5th and May 12th

Motion to accept/reject advertising for Summer Help to accept applications from March 26th through April 30th, 2014

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with flower baskets for Market/Ferry Streets

Motion to adopt Resolution No. ______ authorizing the Execution of a Law Enforcement Mutual Aid Agreement and the Existence and Formation of the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System by Intergovernmental Cooperation

Motion to accept/reject removal of the 69kV transmission line that feeds the west substation (located along Broadway from 4th – 9th Streets) by Big D Electric – project would take between 2 – 4 days at a cost of $5,000 per day


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Clarifying use of Mayor Pro Tem

Discuss farm leases (closed session) and take action with respect to the existing year to year tenancies following closed session.

7. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to approve the grant application for the Superman Classic/ASA Archery Tournament June 24-29 in the amount of $43,375.00





Parks and Recreation

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on the seeding and fertilizing at the Soccer Fields from Go Green Lawn Care in the amount of $4,544.80 – pending required documentation

Industrial Committee

Adopt a Motion to Suspend Rules and Place each of the following ordinances for consideration upon passage:

a. An Ordinance Approving a TIF Redevelopment Plan and Project –Interstate North

b. An Ordinance Designating and Approving a TIF Redevelopment Project Area – Interstate North

c. An Ordinance Adopting Tax Increment Financing in Interstate North TIF Redevelopment Project Area

d. An Ordinance Adopting a Business District Plan, Designating and Establishing a Business District Area, and Authorizing the levy and collection of a Sales Tax (retail occupation and service occupation only) within the Business District and other related matters.


Adopt an Ordinance Approving the Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Plan and Redevelopment Project for the Metropolis Interstate North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area (pass first)

Adopt an Ordinance Designating and Approving the Metropolis Interstate North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area (pass second)

Adopt an Ordinance Adopting Tax Increment Financing in the Metropolis Interstate North Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area (pass third)

Adopt an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Metropolis, Illinois, Adopting a Business District Plan Relating to an Area within the City; Making Findings of Fact with Respect to such area; Designating and Establishing a Business District for such Area Pursuant to the Business District Development and Redevelopment Law; Authorizing the Levy and Collection of a Sales Tax within Such Business District; Providing for Further Authority; Establishing an Effective Date and Other Related Matters

Discuss and take action on gas company building – appraisal and survey





Water, Light and Street

Discuss and take possible action on quote from Parker Machine Shop for $1,950.00 to pour the Babbitt bearings for the East Primary Sludge Pump for the WWTP

Discuss and take possible action on the purchase of transformers for inventory from Delta-Y Electric Co., Inc., in the amount of $15,950.00 for the Light Department



8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business


11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis












Notice of Meetings


Monday, March 10th, 2014

Public Hearing on US 45 North TIF – 5:30 pm
Public Hearing on Interstate North TIF – 6:00 pm
Public Hearing on Interstate North Business District 6:30 pm



City Council
7:00 pm




City Hall
Council Chambers





Agenda
City Council
Monday, March 10th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Motion to appoint Alderman Bill Carrell as Mayor Pro Tem in the Mayor’s absence to preside over the City Council meeting

3. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report


6. Corporate Counsel Report


7. Committee Reports

Parks and Recreation

Motion concerning swimming pool bathhouse project (Actual Motion in Packet)

Industrial Committee

Motion to approve/disapprove loan to LaMeagon Chambers from the CDAP Revolving Loan Fund in the amount of $15,000.00 to be repaid with interest at 3% per annum over ten years and without security.

Adopt a Motion to obtain estimate of the cost of a commercial real estate appraisal for the former United Cities Gas Company building

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to take action on the EDR Contract

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to purchase an updated electric bucket for the MCC at the WWTF rom Russell Electric


Motion to accept/reject recommendation pay request #8 from AMRENT in the amount of $73,486.54

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to proceed with the 2014 MFT Resurfacing program in the total amount of $259,076

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title I, General Provisions, chapter 10, General Provisions, Section 10.99, General Penalty of the Code of Metropolis

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

Motion to seek bids to sell property located at 1011 East 3rd (Actual Motion in Packet)

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: Wednesday, March 19th – Parks and Recreation @ 1:00 pm













Agenda
City Council
Monday, February 24th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Southernmost Illinois Tourism Bureau – Annual Tourism Update, Cindy Cain

5. Mayor’s Report


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Utility updates

7. Committee Reports

Ordinance Committee

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title I, General Provisions, Chapter 10, General Provisions, Section 10.99, General Penalty of the Code of Metropolis

Police and Fire Committee

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on the promotion of Chad Beaumont to Captain at the Metropolis Fire Department


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: Wednesday, February 26th, 2014 – Parks and Recreation @ 1:00 pm















Agenda
City Council
Monday, February 10th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject request from the Police Department for the replacement of Interview Recording Equipment in the amount of $10,500 from JM Walters (low quote)

Motion to accept/reject request from the Police Department for attending training for Sexual Assault Investigations in the approximate amount of $1,600 (Detective Deming and Kennedy)

Motion to accept/reject from the Police Department for Repairs for the 2001 Freightliner in the approximate amount of $3,000.00 to repair a blown head gasket from Tag Truck Center

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Discuss memo regarding Arson Investigator


7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject Pay Application #7 to AMRENT in the amount of $98,486.00

Industrial Committee

Adopt resolution consenting to the transfer of funds from the Fort Massac Economic Development Commission Accounts to the Metropolis-Massac Port District.



8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 17th to observe President’s Day

























Public Hearing
Environmental Impacts of Proposed Wastewater Projects

January 27, 2014
6:00 pm
Agenda

1. Mayor calls public hearing to Order and reads the following: The City of Metropolis has submitted a loan application to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency seeking funds to construct certain wastewater projects. Section 365.530 of the Illinois Procedures for Issuing Loans from the Water Pollution Control Loan Program requires that the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) conduct an assessment of the environmental impacts of proposed wastewater projects to be funded with loans. This review is carried out in conjunction with the State’s review of the applicants’ facility’s plan. Prior to final approval of the plan, the public’s comments are sought regarding environmental impacts of the proposed project. This public hearing is being held to receive those comments. Notice of this public hearing was published in the Metropolis Planet on January 8, 2014 and January 15, 2014. Copies of the Project Summary and Preliminary Environmental Impacts Determination have been and still are available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office and at the Metropolis Public Library. This document is also available online at www.cityofmetropolis.com.

2. Mayor: We will now begin taking public comments. Extra Copies of the Project Summary and the Preliminary Environmental Impacts Determination are on the rail in front of you. Your comments should be directed to the environmental impacts of the proposed projects only. Comments concerning utility rates, current or past wastewater projects, construction issues with ongoing projects, and similar types of matters are not relevant and won’t be considered by the reviewing authorities. When you approach the podium, please sign and write your address on the yellow legal pad; then state your name slowly for the record. Please remember that this is not a question and answer session , but is designed to receive your comments.

3. Public Comment

4. Mayor: This concludes our public hearing. Please note that written comments on the Project Summary and the Preliminary Environmental Impacts Determination may still be submitted at any time up to and including February 10, 2014. Written comments may be submitted to either : Jan Adams , City Clerk, 106 W. 5th Street Metropolis, Illinois 62960 or to Gary Bingenheimer, Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Infrastructure Financial Assistance Section, 1021 North Grand Avenue East, P.O. Box 19276, Springfield, Illinois 62794-9276.

5. Public Hearing is closed.









Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 27th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Employee Pride


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting a supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis and Declaring an Emergency upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting a supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis and Declaring an Emergency



7. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to approve grant from the Metropolis Chamber of Commerce in the amount of $77,300 for the Superman Celebration



8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis








Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 13th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject payment to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency in the amount of $253,936.00 (Recovery of Funds under the Intergovernmental Agreement)

Motion to accept/reject a 1 (one) – year renewal of City Hall’s computer firewall software and a 2 – year renewal of firewalls for the Fire, Police, and Mapping Departments, the Water Treatment Plant, and the Wastewater Treatment Plant, at a total cost of $1,875 from Kemper Technology Consulting

Motion to accept/reject engineering agreement with Brown & Robert, Inc. for 1408 Metropolis Street Bridge Inspection in the amount of $500.00

Update on site drainage area near 1 Woodhaven


6. Corporate Counsel Report

EDR Presents US 45 North TIF Redevelopment Plan

EDR Presents Interstate North TIF Redevelopment Plan

EDR Presents Interstate North Business District Plan

Motion accepting US 45 North TIF Redevelopment Plan and approving sending to all Taxing Districts and DCEO

Motion accepting Interstate North TIF Redevelopment Plan and approving sending to all Taxing Districts and DCEO

Motion accepting Interstate North Business District Plan

Adopt an Ordinance creating JRB for US 45 North TIF and setting meeting date of Friday, February 7, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Adopt an Ordinance creating JRB for Interstate North TIF and setting meeting date of Friday, February 7, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Adopt an Ordinance setting Public Hearing date for US 45 North TIF on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Adopt an Ordinance setting Public Hearing date for Interstate North TIF on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Adopt an Ordinance setting Public Hearing date for Interstate North Business District on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Other unrelated matters


7. Committee Reports

Finance Committee (12-30-13)

Motion to accept/reject funding the Police Pension for the deficit in the tax levy in the amount of $146,972.00

Motion to accept/reject funding the Fire Pension for the deficit in the tax levy in the amount of $66,730.00

Motion to accept/reject transferring to the Library budget for operating expenses, as needed, for the next 2 quarters, ending March 31st, 2014, and June 30th, 2014, in an amount not to exceed $90,000.00 each quarter



8. Department Heads

9. Old Business
10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills





13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder:

Wednesday, January 15th, the following committees will meet
1:00 – Parks and Recreation
1:30 – Industrial

Monday, January 20th, City Hall will be closed to observe Martin Luther King Day

















Agenda
City Council
Monday, December 23rd, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to approve regularly scheduled meetings for the Metropolis City Council for 2014

Motion to ratify hiring a part-time custodian

Motion to accept/reject the 3rd installment in the amount of $20,825.00 from the Metropolis Tourism Director administrative position, Year 7 grant

Motion to accept/reject the 3rd installment from FY’14 Metropolis Tourism Marketing budget in the amount of $36,825.00


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt motion for the rules to be suspended and Ordinance 2013-___ be placed upon its passage (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year 2013 – 2014)

Adopt motion to pass Ordinance 2013-___ as presented (Tax Levy Ordinance for fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30th, 2014)

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject proposal for Environmental Consulting Services for the Metropolis Municipal post-closure period termination from PDC Technical Services, Inc. (PDC)

Motion to accept/reject the replacement of a 25 years dosing pump for the WWTP from the low quote Straeffer Pump & Supply, Inc. for $9,834.80 (cost is appropriated in 2013-2014 budge)

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with HMG on the 12th Street Project

Motion to accept/reject the low quotes on the replacement of the fire hydrant at the intersections of 2nd & Yasoda Streets; Cast Iron Line in the amount of $4,450.00 from IMCO and gates valves in the total amount of $930.00 from HD Supply Waterworks

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 2007 Bucket Truck for the Light Department from Utility Fleet Sales in the amount $52,400.00

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business
10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: City Hall will be closed
December 24th and December 25th
December 31st and January 1st

Monday, December 30th, Finance and Industrial Committees will meet

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year























Agenda
City Council
Monday, December 9th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject sponsorship of the Superman Classic in the amount of $10,000 (amount budgeted in Parks Dept.)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a transformer for stock for the Light Department in the amount of $5,950.00 from Delta-Y

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a storage building (50’ x 150’) from Tru-Bilt in the amount of $71,000

Motion to appoint Ron Ashby to the Metropolis Public Library Board (replacing Loudean Wells)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 2014 Dodge Charger from Linwood Motors in the amount of $23,897.00 for the Police Department

Motion to accept/reject the additional purchase of graphics, lighting, video camera, license, title and installation charges for the 2014 Dodge Charger in the approximate amount of $5,000.00

Motion to accept/reject training for the Chief and a Sergeant for the Annual Criminal Justice Summit in the amount of $125 per person for a total of $250.00

Motion to Approve Invoice for “Tax Interruption” coverage under our property & casualty insurance policy in the amount of $15,000.00

Motion to accept/reject Pay Application #6 from Amrent Contracting in the amount of $49,327.20 for the Combines Sewer Separation project




6. Corporate Counsel Report

Presentation by Economic Development Resources concerning the Metropolis US 45 TIF Eligibility Study and the I-24 TIF/BD status
The presentation may be in person, by teleconference, or postponed altogether depending upon weather.

Motion to accept Metropolis U.S. 45 North TIF Eligibility Study, place on file and make available for public inspection

Motion to authorize EDR to proceed with completion of Metropolis U.S. 45 North TIF Redevelopment Plan


7. Committee Reports

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject a 3 year contract to administer Health Insurance plan with Mutual Medical and to renew to Stop Loss Coverage with Symetra for 2014 with a stop loss per claim deductible of $57,500

Items discussed but not on agenda;

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a ID card printer system for the Office of Emergency Management from IdentiSys in the amount of $2,195.00 – price does not include installation, training or support services

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of Interoperabler Reaper with options from Codan Radio Communications in the total amount $14,912.76

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to accept the low bidder for the Crestview and Carter Sewer Main Replacement project from Amrent Contracting, Inc. in the amount of $150,957.00

Motion to accept/reject proposal for Resident Project Representative in the amount not to exceed $12,000.00 and Construction Guidance services not to exceed $3,000.00 for the Crestview and Carter Sewer Main Replacement (HMG)


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business



10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Motion to authorize issuance of commitment letter to company discussed in closed session for property acquisition


15. Adjourn



Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminder: Industrial Committee, Tuesday, December 10th, @ 1:00 pm
















Agenda
City Council
Monday, November 25th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject additional road closure for the Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 7th on 3rd Street between Ferry and Metropolis Streets between the hours of 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Motion to accept/reject Pay Application No. 5 from Amrent Contracting, in the amount of $285,607.80 for the Combines Sewer Separation Project

Motion to accept/reject 1st payment to Charles Richey for contracting services to begin December 1st, 2013

6. Corporate Counsel Report

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject granting Amrent a 45-day extension on the Sewer Separation Project due to the recent Change Orders (expiring Dec. 29, 2013)

Motion to accept/reject building a storage building for Public Works at UCC

Motion to accept/reject repairs to the Bucket Truck for the Light Department in the amount of $2,555.41 from TEREX

Motion to accept/reject repairs to the Digger Truck for the Light Department in the amount of $5,595.68 from HD Power Solutions





Parks and Recreation Committee

Motion to proceed with the bidding process on the bath house spec and add an addendum saying construction waste to be brought to the transfer station

Ordinance Committee

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Establishing Utility Deposits for all Non-owner Occupied Residential Properties upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Establishing Utility Deposits for all Non-owner Occupied Residential Properties.

Adopt an Ordinance Adopting Zoning Rules and Regulations for the City of Metropolis and its Extra Territorial Jurisdiction

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance to License and Regulate Raffles

Adopt an Ordinance to License and Regulate Raffles

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title VII, Traffic Code, Chapter 72, Parking Schedules

Motion to Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Sale or Other Disposition of Personal Property of the City of Metropolis (Mako Breathing Compressor from the Fire Department)

Industrial Committee

Adopt a motion to declare CDAP loan to Shame “Bear” Parker in default, demand payment in full, and to pursue forced collection including repossession of collateral


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills




13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn



Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders:

•City Hall will be closed Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th to observe Thanksgiving
•Finance Committee Meeting, Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 1:00 pm




Agenda
City Council
Tuesday, November 12th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to Adopt Resolution of Road Closure for the Annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 7th, (rain date Sunday, December 8th) from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm – parade is sponsored by the Metropolis Chamber of Commerce and will begin at Harrah’s Parking lot and end at 9th and Market Streets

Motion to Proclaim December Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month


6. Corporate Counsel Report
Updates:
a). FEMA Buyouts – Demolition
(1) Unrelated demolitions

b). Carter – Crestview Sewer Project

c). Ordinance – Zoning, Utility Deposits, Fine Schedules, Raffle Ordinances

d). U.S. EPA – listening sessions

e). Proposed Amendment to Prevailing Wage Act

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street (10/30/13)

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to purchase a new dosing pump from the low quote provider, Flo-Systems, in the amount of $9,535.50 plus freight, not to exceed $350.00), for the WWTP (current pump in 25 years old and cost is appropriated and listed in the 2013-2014 budget



Motion to accept/reject recommendation to purchase 2 fire hydrants from Muller in the amount of $3,490.00 for the WFP (one for 2nd and Yasoda and the other for stock)

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of Change Order 2 for the Sewer Separation in the total amount of $85,000.00
(Metropolis Street waterline conflict resolutions:
3rd Street – Raise 12” main and eliminate the current connection to the 10”main. $38,900
2nd Street – Remove useless cross and close 10” main. Tap into 12” main to replace 160 feet of 4 inch with 8 inch running east. $19,400
Old Front Street – Reroute 10” water line and tie into the 12” main enabling the elimination of the redundant 10” main $26,700)

Police and Fire Committee (10/30/13)

Motion to accept/reject contract for insulating Fire Department Pole Barn with Jeremy Barnhill for $9,950.00 (Original contractor recommended could not meet insurance requirements

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to proceed with the sale of the breathing air compressor at the Fire Department

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for the Fire Chief to attend basic arson class in the approximate amount of $4,000 (5-week class over 3 months)

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for the purchase of dress uniform blouses in the approximate amount of $2,500 (budgeted item to be used for formal occasions and funerals)

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to purchase 2 digital cameras for crime scene processing in the approximate budgeted amount of $1,800

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to purchase 2 in car video camera systems; one for new canine vehicle and the other for the traffic enforcement vehicle in the budgeted amount of $3,590.00

Finance Committee (11/6/13)

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on auditors for the City’s Financial Statement for the Fiscal Year ending June 30th, 2014, 2015 and 2016 with Fick Eggemeyer and Williamson in the amount of $40,000 per year

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on the renewal of the 2014 Property/Casualty Insurance with Gower Insurance Company in the amount of $191,940

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on website development for Mapping/Zoning in the amount of $2,925.00 for website development and the monthly fee of $15.00 with AudioVu

Industrial Committee

Adopt a Motion concerning loan commitment on Meagon Chambers Project

Adopt a Resolution of Support for Transfer of riverfront wharfage rights to Metropolis-Massac Port District

Adopt a Resolution of Support for a Loan Guarantee to aid in the acquisition of the Ingram Barge Property subject to approval of final loan documents and project terms by the City Council

Adopt a Motion authorizing the transfer of a metal building kit to the Metropolis-Massac Port District to be used to create and house a new business in the City


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate









14. Adjourn



Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders:

•City Hall will be closed Monday, November 11th for Veterans Day &
Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th to observe Thanksgiving
•Thursday, November 14th 9:30 am – 11:30 am – Flu Shots for all City Full Time Employees
















Agenda
City Council
Monday, October 28th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject the purchase holding tank for the sewer jetter from Coe Equipment in the amount of $4,144.33

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of insecticide for mosquito spraying in the amount of $23,080.50 from LD Supply

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a trailer from Little Tractor in the amount of $2,500.00

Motion to accept/reject replacing the Air Curtain by the front door at City Hall in the approximate amount of $2,200

Motion to approve recommendation to appoint Dena Hopkins to the Library Board (replacing Irene Graman)

6. Corporate Counsel Report

General Updates

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee (10.23.13)

Motion to accept/reject approval for a blanket purchase from Brenntag to order sodium hypochlorite and sodium bisulfite in the amount of $90,000 for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject low quote as presented for the biosolids hauling from WWTF for a 5 year period from Bulldog Systems (Rick Lane)
2013 - $30.00/ ton ; 2014 - $30.90/ ton; 2015 - $31.83/ ton; 2016 - $32.78/ ton and 2017 - $33.76 /ton





Motion to accept/reject a blanket purchase from S & S Industries in the amount of $10,000 to purchase polymer for the WWTF

Motion to accept/reject the low quote from Bailey Construction in the amount of $14,647.00 for the (back) wall at the old Gas Company building


Ordinance Committee (10.23.13)

First Reading of An Ordinance Approving Zoning Regulations


8. Department Heads


9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
•Chamber Banquet, Tuesday, October 29th, Social Hour @ 6 w/ Dinner at 6:30 pm at Harrahs




•Wednesday, October 30th; 1:00 WLS Committee, 1:30 Police and Fire Committee, 2:00 Industrial Committee Meetings, Council Chambers
•Fall Clean Up Weeks – October 21st and October 28th
•Trick or Treating Hours on Thursday, October 31st are from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
•City Hall will be closed Monday, November 11th for Veterans Day &
Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th to observe Thanksgiving
•Thursday, November 14th 9:30 am – 11:30 am – Flu Shots for all City Full Time Employees













Agenda
City Council
Tuesday, October 15th, 2013*
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report


Motion to accept/reject HMG recommendation on Pay Application No. 4 from Amrent Contracting, in the amount of $226,440.00 for the Combined Sewer Separation – Project No. 1

Motion to proceed with Community Letter of Interest to Join the Community Rating System to qualify residents for discounted flood insurance premiums

Motion to accept/reject quote from American Roofing and Construction for the roof at the old Gas Company building in the amount of $21,675.00

Motion to accept/reject maintenance quote from ESRI, Inc. for continuing software maintenance in the amount of $2,050 for the Mapping/Zoning Department

Motion to accept/reject partial closing on Market Street from 11th Street to the alley on October 31st, between the hours of 5:00 – 8:00 for their Truck or Treat for Immanuel Baptist Church

Motion to accept/reject establishing the hours of 5 pm – 8 pm on Thursday, October 31st for trick or treating

Motion to accept the resignation of Ludean Wells from the Library Board

Announcement of Fall Clean Up for the Weeks of October 21st and October 28th.


6. Corporate Counsel Report




7. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to approve the grant application from Riley Turner in the amount of $500 for Disc Golf Tournament Discs

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 fire hydrants from IMCO Supply in the amount of $3,252.00 for the Water Dept.

Motion to accept/reject Charge Order on the Sewer Separation Project (due to relocating conflicting waterlines) in the amount of $19,500 and to fill in the hole on 8th Street in the amount of $700.00

Motion to proceed with the exploratory work regarding waterlines at 1st, 2nd, 3rd and Metropolis Streets

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 2 flammable storage cabinets for the WWTP from New Pig in the amount of $2,588.81

Motion to accept/reject quote from Solomon Corporation for a Vacuum Fault Protection Boards in the total amount of $9,720 plus freight (Individually priced at $3,975 and $5,745)


Parks and Recreation Committee

Motion to proceed with plans for the Pool Bath House as presented and proceed with the proposed project schedule


Police and Fire Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of new tires for the Fire Department $1,985.63 from Best One Tire

Motion to authorize the Chief of Police to purchase a 2010 Ford Explorer Police vehicle from Veto Enterprise in the amount of $1,850


8. Department Heads


9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate



14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
City Hall will be closed Monday, October 14th to observe Columbus Day
Harvest Thyme & Arts and Craft Festival, Washington Park
Fall Clean Up Weeks – October 21st and October 28th









Agenda
Public Hearing
2013-2014 Budget and Appropriation Ordinance
Monday, September 23, 2013
6:30 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers


1. Call to order by Mayor

2. Mayor – Request CFO, Patricia Suttles, to provide a brief overview/summary of Budget and Appropriation Ordinance

3. Presentation by CFO

4. Mayor – Address public – Invite persons wishing to pose questions or comments to come forward, state your name for the record, then make your comment or pose your question. (Depending upon the number of people present, Mayor may want to advise that each person is limited to 5 minutes.)

5. Public Comment and Questions

6. Council Comments

7. Mayor Adjourns Hearing








Agenda
City Council
Monday, September 23, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request
Mike Korte

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to adopt the Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance

Motion to approve proposed design for bath house

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt an Inducement Resolution (Resolution # 09-23-13)

Motion to Suspend Rules and Place an Ordinance Establishing a Special Tax Allocation Fund for the Area Subject to Resolution 09-23-23 for consideration upon its Passage

Adopt an Ordinance Establishing a Special Tax Allocation Fund for the Area Subject to Resolution 09-23-13

Motion to Suspend Rules and Place an Ordinance Authorizing the Establishment of the Proposed Tax Increment Financing district “Interested Parties’ Registry and Adopting Registration Rules for Such Registry for consideration upon its Passage

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing the Establishment of the Proposed Tax Increment Financing District “Interested Parties’ Registry and Adopting Registration Rules for Such Registry

Motion to accept revised Interstate North TIF Eligibility Study, place on file and make available for public inspection

Motion to authorize EDR to proceed with completion of Interstate North TIF Redevelopment Plan

Motion to accept revised Interstate North Business District Eligibility Study, place on file and make available for public inspection

Motion to authorize EDR to proceed with completion of Interstate North Business District Plan

7. Committee Reports

Finance Committee – Charles Barfield
Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance to adopt the 2013-2014 budget and appropriations ordinance

Take action to adopt the 2013-2014 budget and appropriations ordinance

Tourism Committee – Charles Barfield
Request for 2nd Installment of Metropolis Tourism Director Administrative Position, FY 2014, in the amount of $20,825.00

Request for 2nd Installment of Metropolis Tourism Marketing Budget, FY 2014, in the amount of $20,197.00

Motion to accept Metropolis Tourism recommendation for a tourism grant in the amount of $4500.00 for fireworks display at the 40th annual Fort Massac Encampment

Motion to extend contract for Friends of Fort Massac

8. Department Heads

Planning and Zoning
Presentation of report of Zoning Commission and first reading of new Zoning Ordinance.

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate



14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Industrial Committee, Tuesday, September 24, 1:00 pm, Council Chambers






Agenda
City Council
Monday, September 9th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to adopt Resolution for the Homecoming Parade on October 4th, 2013

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 4,000 gallons of Sodium Hypochlorite for the WWTF from Brenntag for approximately $8,000.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 3,000 gallons of Sodium Bisulfite for the WWTF from Brenntag for approximately $8,500.00

Motion to accept/reject moving Nathan Lott up to 2nd Level Apprentice with the Light Department

Acknowledgement of retirement of Irene Graman from the Library Board

Adopt Proclamation on National Long-Term Care Residents’ Right Month 2013

6. Corporate Counsel Report
General Update(s)

7. Committee Reports


8. Department Heads

Presentation and First Reading of Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance – Chad Murray


9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adopt a motion authorizing City to submit a bid to the bankruptcy trustee for the acquisition of the Oldlaw facility

15. Adopt a motion to retain the law firm of Jelliffe, Ferrell, Doerge, &Phelps as counsel for the Rhonda Riley lawsuit.

16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Zoning Commission – Tuesday, September 10th, 7:00 pm
Police & Fire Committee – Wed., September 11th @ 1:00 pm




















Agenda
City Council
Monday, August 26th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to adopt Resolution for the Annual Labor Day Parade on Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 9.6 V Cordless Hydraulic Crimping tool in the amount of $2,395.00 from HD Supply for the Light Department

Motion to accept/reject flu shots for all full time City Employees from Southern Seven Health Department at a cost of $25 each

Motion to ratify or approve the contract for design services with HMG, Inc for the pool bath house grant

Notice of Meeting regarding the New Madrid Floodway Project on Wed., August 28th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the Cairo High School – an Open House precedes the hearing from 4:30 – 6:00


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to suspend rules and place an Ordinance Approving Collective Bargaining Agreement with Operating Engineers Local 318 upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Collective Bargaining Agreement with Operating Engineers Local 318.

Discuss and take action concerning fence encroaching on right of way at the Darlene Wilhelm property.




7. Committee Reports

Ordinance Committee

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with Development Agreement with Smart Transportation

Motion to accept/reject taking no action on proposal by Jason Cates

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for grant for Fort Massac Encampment in the amount of $30,000

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for grant for the Mural Maintenance in the amount of $2,750

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
City Hall will be closed on Monday, September 2nd. 2013
Labor Day Parade to begin at 10 am with activities to follow at Fort Massac State Park


















Agenda
City Council
Monday, August 12th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Charlie Eichorn

Julian Jacquin – TIF/BD presentation

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate – 1507 Butler Street upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Authorizing Sale of Municipally Owned Real Estate – 1507 Butler Street

Motion to approve closing of Girard Street between 11th Street and the alley for the purpose of a Block Party for the First Church of God on September 28th, 2013 from 8 am through 6 pm

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to accept revised Interstate North TIF Eligibility Study, place on file and make available for public inspection

Motion to authorize EDR to proceed with completion of Interstate North TIF Redevelopment Plan

Motion to accept revised Interstate North Business District Eligibility Study, place on file and make available for public inspection

Motion to authorize EDR to proceed with completion of Interstate North Business District Plan

Motion to suspend rules and place an Ordinance Approving Collective Bargaining Agreement with Operating Engineers Local 318 upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Collective Bargaining Agreement with Operating Engineers Local 318.



7. Committee Reports

MATC

Motion to accept/reject request for the 1st installment from FY’ 14 Metropolis Tourism Marketing budget for the amount of $51,275.00

Motion to accept/reject request for 1st installment in the amount of $20,825.00 from the Metropolis Tourism Director administrative position, Year 7 Grant

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject funding for the 2013-2014 After School Program in the amount of $23,000.00

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 4,000 gallons of sodium hypochlorite for the WWTF from Brenntag for the estimates cost of $8,000

Motion to accept/reject low quote from LD Supply on the purchase of insecticide for mosquitos in the amount of $11,829.30

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of salt from North American Salt Company not to exceed $3,000.00

Adopt a motion authorizing the commencement of legal action regarding the east-west street or right of way located north of and adjacent to the Super 8 hotel.

Motion to accept/reject the low quote for fuses for new electrical switchboard at the Water Plant from State Electric Supply Co. in the amount of $1,937.73


Ordinance Committee


Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title III, Chapter 35 Section 35.66, Labor Agreements Required for Certain Construction Projects, of the Code of Metropolis

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title III Chapter 35, Section 35.05, Purchase Orders and Contracts; Competitive Bids, of the Code of Metropolis

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title IX, Chapter 90, Animals, of the Code of Metropolis to Add a Section 90.12, Prohibition of Dogs and Other Animals Upon or Within Playground Areas and Playing Fields within City Parks

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



Reminders:

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 – Industrial Committee @1:00 on and Parks and Rec Committee @ 1:30 pm



















Agenda
City Council
Monday, July 22nd, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject Contractor’s Application for Payment No. 1 in the amount of $392,121.00 to AMRENT Contracting, Inc., for the Combined Sewer Separation, Phase 1.

Motion to adopt Resolution on the Closure of the Department of Energy Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant – A Call to Action

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of the following properties in an amount not to exceed $360,000 including the purchase price, pro-ration of real estate taxes, and closing costs, to be funded through the Illinois Emergency Management Agency Hazard Mitigation Grant Program: 107 Frelinghuysen, 121 West Hope Lane, 130 Carter Drive, 208 Filmore, 418 East 3rd Street, 418 ½ East 3rd Street, 610 East 17th Street, 806 East 2nd Street, 807 East 2nd Street and 1504 Filmore

Motion to accept/reject renting the house on Devers Road

6. Corporate Counsel Report

7. Committee Reports

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adopt a motion authorizing Corporate Counsel to proceed with collecting the Laidlaw debt to the city.



15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:

Saturday, July 27th – Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program 8 am – 3 pm

Tuesday, July 30th – Water, Light and Street to be followed by Finance Committee Meetings










Agenda
City Council
Monday, July 8th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject lineman training for Nathan Lott; $630 for books and online training, $1,236.00 for 1st lab (scheduled for 12-1-13 thru 12-7-13)

Motion to accept/reject Medico-legal Death and Homicide Investigation Conference for 3 detectives to attend in the amount of $3,005.00

Acknowledgement of appreciation

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to suspend the rules and place an ordinance adopting and approving a collective bargaining agreement (Illinois FOP Labor Council) upon its passage

Adopt an ordinance adopting and approving a collective bargaining agreement (Illinois FOP Labor Council)


7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with the Carter/Crestview Drive sewer project

Motion to accept/reject the replacement of Hydromatic dewatering pump for the low quote of $6,357.00 by KM Pump for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject the replacement of Hydromatic dosing pump for the low quote of $9,927.00 by KM Pump for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject proceeding with repairs on the old Gas Company building

Motion to accept/reject Change Order #1 to Sewer Separation – Phase 1 in the amount of $4,614.15 (HMG Engineers)


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills


13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Adopt a motion approving tentative agreements with Operating Engineer’s Local 318 and authorizing Mayor to execute a new collective bargaining agreement following approval by Corporate Counsel of all language modifications and subject to final ratification by City Council

15. Adopt a motion authorizing the purchase of a permanent easement for the George Rogers Clark Discovery Trail and authorizing the Mayor, City Clerk, and City Treasurer to take any and all action necessary to complete such acquisition


16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis























Agenda
City Council
Monday, June 24th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Approve Professional Service Agreement with HMG Engineers for IEPA Loan application and Basic Services (design, bidding and construction guidance) for Combined Sewer Separation Project – Phase 2 - $454,400.00 as previously presented to City council and attached to the IEPA Loan Pre-Application

Motion to accept/reject request for two detectives to attend the annual Homicide Investigators Training (October 14th – 17th, 2013) in the approximate amount of $1,730.00

Motion to accept/reject estimate from Advanced Alarm Systems in the amount of $10,636.00 for the Police Department (funds are in current budget)

Motion to accept/reject quote from Innova Disc Golf for the purchase of disc golf equipment in the amount of $6,450 (pursuit to Intergovernmental Agreement with IDNR)

Motion to accept/reject the emergency purchase of a Generator transfer switch from Cummins Crosspoint not to exceed $7,790.94 and the purchase of a Main Electric Switchboard from Hannan Supply in the amount of $7,287.10 for the Water Filtration Plant

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a Motion to suspend the rules and place an ordinance adopting and approving the prevailing wage upon its passage
Adopt an ordinance adopting and approving the prevailing wage
First Reading on an Ordinance for Flood Damage Prevention


7. Committee Reports

Ordinance Committee

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title VII, Chapter 72, Parking Schedules, of the Code of Metropolis

Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title IX, Chapter 97, Unlicensed and Inoperable Motor Vehicles of the Code of Metropolis

Parks and Recreation Committee

Adopt a motion to suspend the rules and place an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Hope Light Foundation upon its passage.

Adopt an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with Hope Light Foundation.

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of the MATC for the grant application for the FY’14 Marketing Budget be funded in the amount of $177,800

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of the MATC for the grant application for the FY’14 Metropolis Tourism Director and Administration Budget be funded in the amount of $83,300

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of the MATC for the Metropolis Hope Light Project be funded in the amount of $25,000

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills












13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adopt a motion to conditionally offer to employ the person discussed in Closed Session as a truck driver/laborer for the Street Department contingent upon such individual successfully completing the required pre-employment tests.


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders: Tuesday, June 25th, Water, Light and Street Committee, 1:00 pm

Wednesday, June 26th, 3:30 pm, Mutual Medical will be in the Council Chambers for any employee Insurance Questions

Blues and Ques’ – Fort Massac State Park, Friday, June 28th and Saturday, June 29th.

Thursday, July 4th – City Hall will be closed

Thursday, July 4th – Fireworks at Dorothy Miller Park beginning at dark








Agenda
City Council
Monday, June 10th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject estimate for repairs from Terex Utilities in the amount of $5,825.30 for the Light Department

Motion to accept/reject quote from CMI Parts in the amount of $2025.70 for repairs to the Street Sweeper for the Street Department

Motion to accept/reject request for final installment from FY’13 Metropolis Tourism Marketing budget in the amount of $25,800.00

Motion to accept/reject disbursement of funds in the amount of $3,000 for the Miss Metropolis Scholarship Program

6. Corporate Counsel Report

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title IX, Chapter 90, Animals, of the Code of Metropolis to add a Section 90.12, Prohibition of Dogs and Other Animals Upon or Within Playground Areas and Playing Fields Within City Parks

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title III, Chapter 35, Section 35.05, Purchase Orders and Contracts; Competitive Bids of the Code of Metropolis.

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Section 35.66, Labor Agreements Required for Certain Construction Projects, of Chapter 35, Title III, Code of Metropolis







7. Committee Reports

Ordinance Committee

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title VII, Chapter 72, Parking Schedules, of the Code of Metropolis

First Reading on an Ordinance Amending Title IX, Chapter 97, Unlicensed and Inoperable Motor Vehicles of the Code of Metropolis
Finance Committee
Motion to accept / reject funding the Police Pension for the deficit in the tax levy amount of $37,167.00
Motion to accept/reject funding the Fire Pension for the deficit in the tax levy in the amount of $53,574.00

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate



14. Adopt a motion to conditionally offer to employ the person discussed in Closed Session as a water helper contingent upon such individual successfully completing the required pre-employment tests.


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

















Agenda
City Council
Tuesday, May 28th, 2013*
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 414 2nd Street for $12,000 and 206 Filmore for $25,000 with all closing, taxes and demolition costs to be borne by the City

6. Corporate Counsel Report

7. Committee Reports

Police & Fire

Motion to proceed with the Forestry Grant for the Fire Department in the amount of $19,850.04 (50/50 match)

Motion to Suspend the Rules to place an Ordinance for the sale or other disposition of personal property of the City of Metropolis upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance authorizing the sale or other disposition of personal property of the City of Metropolis (Old Air Compressor at the Fire Department)

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a refurbished soft starter for Motor control pump in the amount of $2,336.00 from Electric Controls Company

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Motion to accept/reject hiring of Water Department helper


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

*City Council will meet on Tuesday due to Memorial Day holiday on Monday



















Agenda
City Council
Monday, May 13th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Steve Chaney

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject purchasing new water hoses for outdoor events such as Superman Celebrations, Blues & Ques, etc.

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a new or used welder for Public Works

Acknowledgement of resignation from Dwayne Corzine

Motion to accept/reject closure of Market Street from Superman Square through 8th Street from Wednesday (5 p.m.), June 6th, 2013 to Monday, June 10th, 2013, for the Annual Superman Celebration

Special Announcement

6. Corporate Counsel Report

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street
(5.1.13)
Motion to accept/reject aerial mapping with pictometry in the amount of $58,079.50

Motion to accept/reject mosquito spraying and the hiring of Keith Stokes and Greg Bradford sharing the hours of spray for the same cost of last year’s rate of pay

Motion to accept/reject an agreement with PDC Laboratories for drinking water testing service for a 3 year contract in the amount of $3,930.00



(5.7.13)

Motion to approve proceeding with low interest loan application to IEPA as presented by HMG Engineers for sewer system projects

Police and Fire
(4.23.13)

Motion to approve matching funds for the small equipment grant in the amount of $386.28 for the Fire Department

Motion to approve matching funds for assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) in the amount of $3,413.00 (not to exceed $3,500.00)



8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis


REMINDER: Monday, May 13th, 2013, @ 6:40 in the Council Chambers for photo.














Swearing In Ceremony
Monday, April 22nd, 2013
6:30 p.m.
City Hall Front Steps*



Newly elected City Officials will be sworn in on the City Hall front steps @ 6:30 pm prior to the City Council Meeting











Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis



*in the event of inclement weather, the Ceremony will take place in the Council Chambers















Agenda
City Council
Monday, April 22nd, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Acknowledgment of retirement of Keith Stokes of the Light Department after 30+ years of dedicated service to the City of Metropolis

Acknowledgement of retirement of Greg Bradford of the Street Department after 13 years of dedicated service to the City of Metropolis

Acknowledgement of retirement of John Suggs of the Street Department after 20 years of dedicated service to the City of Metropolis

Announcement of Spring Clean Up Weeks from Bulldog Systems; for the Weeks of May 13th and May 20th

Motion to accept/reject estimate from Massac Nursery for planting services for baskets for Ferry and Market Streets in the amount to be determined following community assistance of contributions

Motion to accept/reject quote from Parkson Corp. for a pump for the Water Department in the amount of $1,565.00

Motion to accept/reject quote from Quint Utilities & Excavation in the amount of $2,145 for repairs at the Waste Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject the hiring of proposed Pool Staff for 2013 as presented

Motion to accept/reject Melrose Pyrotechnics, Inc. Agreement in the amount of $15,000 (amount to be reimbursed)







6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to suspend the rules and place an ordinance adopting and approving a second extension/modification agreement to a collective bargaining agreement (IAFF Local 3367) upon its passage

Adopt an ordinance adopting and approving a second extension/modification agreement to a collective bargaining agreement (IAFF Local 3367)



7. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for the grant application for the Playground Equipment for the Fort Massac Camping Area is funded in the amount of $12,090.71

Motion to accept/reject recommendation for the grant application for the Super City Boot Camp Memorial Day Morph is funded in the amount of $500.00

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a bucket for the Case-loader from McKeel Equipment in the amount of $2,031.98 for the Waste Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of drive tires for the Vactor truck in the amount of $1,489.80 from the low quote of Louis Tire for the Waste Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject PLC modifications for the new influent pump system from BHMG in the approximate amount between $9,000 - $10,500 for the Waste Water Treatment Plant

Motion to accept/reject additional piping repairs for main influent pump discharge header quote from Parker Machine Shop in the amount of $2,150.00 for the Waste Water Treatment Plant

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports







12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Saturday, April 20th – Spring Household Hazardous Waste Collection @ County Road Department on North Avenue from 8 am – 3 pm

Tuesday, April 23rd,
1:00 – Police and Fire Committee; 1:30 – Finance Committee; 2:00 – Industrial Committee

Wednesday, April 24th – Retirement Gathering for Keith Stokes, John Suggs, and Greg Bradford in the Council Chambers from 1:30 – 2:30.






















Agenda
City Council
Monday, April 8th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 1500 KVA Three Phase Padmount Transformer from Delta-Y Electric Company in the amount of $15,000 (for Land of Lincoln Lumber)

Acknowledgment of resignation of Chris Johnston as Animal Control officer

Motion to accept/reject hiring John Roman as Animal Control officer


6. Corporate Counsel Report


7. Committee Reports


8. Department Heads

Mayor and Police Chief

A Motion to Suspend the Rules and place an Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement upon its passage.

An Ordinance Approving an Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement

Fire Chief – Announcement


9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate


14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis
















Agenda
City Council
Monday, March 25th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject approval of disbursing $177,498.00, of budgeted funds, to Brunswick Commercial & Governmental Products for the Fire Departments Rescue Boat that is being paid with a 75/25 DHS Grant received in January, 2013. They are attending operational training and picking up the boat this week.

Motion to accept/reject quote for 2 Lightening Bad Boy 60” cut mowers in the total amount of $13,998.00

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Fact vs. Fiction


7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject advertising for accepting applications for summer help from April 22nd through May 6th, 2013

Motion to accept/reject report on submission of Pre-Application to IEPA on sewer separation

Item discussed but not on agenda

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a refurbished soft starter for motor on High Service Pump #1 in the amount of $2,336.00 from ECC Supply for the WFP

Industrial Committee

Adopt a Resolution Approving Second Extension to a Contract for Purchase and Sale of Real Property

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

Adopt motion to suspend rules and place an Ordinance Approving a Redevelopment Agreement for consideration upon its passage

Adopt an Ordinance Approving a Redevelopment Agreement.


14. Additional New Business


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
City Hall will be closed to observe Good Friday on March 29th, 2013


















Agenda
City Council
Monday, March 11th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Motion to appoint Alderman Bill Carrell as Mayor Pro Tem in the Mayor’s absence to preside over the City Council meeting.

3. Prayer

4. Approval of Minutes

5. Citizen’s Request

6. Mayor’s Report

7. Corporate Counsel Report


8. Committee Reports

Parks and Recreation

Motion to accept/reject giving authority to the Parks and Recreation Director to hire the summer mowing contractor from this point and to transfer the 2013 appropriated mowing funds into the Parks and Recreation Budget

Water, Light and Street

Motion to accept/reject replacement of dosing pumps from KM Specialty Pumps in the amount of $9,927.00 for the WWTP

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a new pump for the trailer/sewer machine from COE Equipment Inc., in the amount of $5,938.40 with estimates freight in the amount of $240.00 not to exceed $6,500 for the WFP

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of Christmas lights not to exceed $5,000 to be used in the 2013 budget

Motion to accept/reject repairs on the water lines from Filmore to 15th Street

Motion to accept/reject repairs to the Street Sweeper in the amount of $3,115.00 from Pollard Truck and Trailer


Industrial Committee

Adopt a motion to re-acquire the spec building and 11 acres for the price of $325,000.00. *NOTE: This represents a profit to the city of $44,260.00

9. Department Heads

10. Old Business

11. New Business

12. Miscellaneous Reports

13. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

14. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

15. Additional New Business


16. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis











Agenda
City Council
Monday, February 25th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

Presentation by Representatives of IMEA


5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject request for the 3rd installment from FY /13 Metropolis Tourism Marketing budget in the amount of $46,875.00

Motion to accept/reject request for the fourth installment, in the amount of $13,700 from the Metropolis Tourism Director administrative position, Year 6 grant

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to appoint Alice Schwegman to the Metropolis Library Board (replacing Donna Young who resigned)


6. Corporate Counsel Report

Motion to Suspend Rules and place an Ordinance Approving Amendment to Redevelopment Agreement – Legereit

Adopt an Ordinance Approving Amendment to Redevelopment Agreement – Legereit

Motion to Suspend Rules and place an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting A Supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis, and Declaring an Emergency

Adopt an Ordinance Enacting and Adopting A Supplement to the Code of Ordinances for the City of Metropolis, and Declaring an Emergency




7. Committee Reports

Parks and Recreation

Motion to accept/reject the mowing bid for parks


Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on the grant application for the Superman Celebration (June 6th – 9th) for Fiscal Year 2013 in the amount of $77,300

Motion to accept/reject recommendation on the grant application for the Superman Classic/ASA Archery Tournament (June 25th – 30th), in the amount of $42,375

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Additional New Business


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis





















Agenda
City Council
Monday, February 11th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report


6. Corporate Counsel Report

7. Committee Reports

Water, Light and Street Committee (2-5-13)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of two desktop computers as quoted from Kemper Technology consulting in the amount $1,822.42 for the Water Filtration Plant

Motion to accept/reject authorizing MIOX technician to repair Unit 3 on site in the approximate amount of $3,750.00

Motion to accept/reject the trail pump listed in Weir Specialty Pumps; Wemco Pump Trial/Purchase Agreement in the amount of $26,302.00 (replacing influent pump #4 in this years budget)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of an additional 3 pumps from Weir Specialty Pumps for the amount of $26,302 each for the total amount of $78,906 – replacements for the influent pumps 1, 2 and 3 listed in this years budget

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 3 (three) 6” check valves for influent pumps 1, 2 and 3 for a total of $4,800 (listed in this years budget)

Motion to accept/reject the removal of old influent pumps 1, 2 and 3 and the installation of new influent pumps 1, 2 and 3 and check valves from Parker Machine Shops for $4,000 each totaling $12,000 as listed in this years budget



Motion to accept/reject the estimate from Russell Electric for $7,500 for the installation of 1 (one) 1” conduit from main control panel upstairs to the four pumps in pit. Pull (4) #14 AWG wire to each pumps from control panel upstairs “Conduit in pit will be rigid” as listed in this years budget

Motion to accept/reject approving engineering fees for Stage 2 DBPR Compliance Monitoring Plan not to exceed $1,500

Motion to accept/reject rebuilding of dosing pump 3-2 from Illinois Electric – amount to be determined at meeting

Item Discussed but not on agenda

Motion to accept/reject the Field Service Quotation from Solomon Corporation in the amount of $21,010.00

Police & Fire

Motion to accept/reject sending Chad Parker to school

Parks & Recreation

Motion to accept/reject fencing for the soccer complex not to exceed $5,000

Motion to accept/reject placing announcement board on concession building of Sports Park Baseball/Softball field (purchased by MCYSA)



8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate




14. Additional New Business


15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 18th, for President’s Day



















Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 28th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Motion to accept/reject agreement with Tri-State Appraisals for appraisal services for the bike path

Motion to accept/reject agreement with Hanson Professional Services, Inc. in connection with the appraisal review services for the purchase of property for the
Metropolis Bike Train along US Route 45

6. Corporate Counsel Report

Adopt a motion to provide an additional $12,000.00 in CDAP loan funds to D.C. Management, LLC upon the same terms as the original loan.

7. Committee Reports

8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate

14. Additional New Business

Adopt a motion to acquire real property.

Adopt a motion to authorize corporate counsel to modify the redevelopment agreement with Misty Meadows, LLC/Dana Legereit

15. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Tuesday, February 5th, Water, Light and Street Committee @ 1:00 pm
City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 18th for President’s Day







Agenda
City Council
Monday, January 14th, 2013
7:00 p.m.
City Hall – Council Chambers

1. Roll Call

2. Prayer

3. Approval of Minutes

4. Citizen’s Request

5. Mayor’s Report

Presentation of June 30, 2012 Audited Financial Statements – Keith Slusser, Fick Eggemeyer &Williamson, CPA

Motion to accept/reject the June 30, 2012 audited financial statements as presented

Motion to accept/reject Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills and
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills from December 26th, 2012 (meeting was canceled due to holiday)

Motion to accept/reject Change Order #2 for the Highway 45 Lighting Phase 2 to F.W. Electric

Motion to accept/reject Invoice No. 132 from F.W. Electric and Pay Estimates No. 4 in the amount of $19,927.20 to F.W. Electric, Inc. for the Highway 45 Lighting Project

Motion to accept/reject resignation of Kenneth Halstenberg from the Metropolis Public Library Board

Motion to accept/reject recommendation of Rhonda James to the Metropolis Public Library Board

Announcement of additional funding from IDOT for Safe Routes to School in the amount of $135,852.00

Mayor/Police Chief to report on sale of alcohol to minors

Winter Storms and being prepared for power outages


6. Corporate Counsel Report

7. Committee Reports

Metropolis Area Tourism Commission

Motion to accept/reject recommendation to amend the By-laws

Report on election of officers for Tourism Commission for coming year - Vicki Boren, Chair; Chris McGinness, Vice Chair; and Mike Korte, Secretary

Finance Committee

Motion to accept/reject low bid from Kemper Technology
for new computers for City Hall and Mapping and Zoning in the amount of $46,028.32

Item Discussed but not on Agenda

Motion to accept/reject placement of credit card machines in City Clerk’s Office


Water, Light and Street Committee

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of 40 poles @ $298.00 each from Brown Wood Preserving in the amount of $11,920.00

Motion to accept/reject the low bid from Brownstown for transformers in the amount of $272,460.00 (12kV conversion)

Motion to accept/reject low quote from Brownstown for transformers in the amount of $19,546.00 (Brewer’s Assisted Living and stock)

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of lightening arrestors (12kV conversion) from HD Supply in the amount of $6,668.75

Motion to accept/reject Construction Engineering Services for the Combined Sewer Separation Project No. 1 on a part time basis at an amount not to exceed $45,000

Motion to accept/reject the replacement of Hydromatic Supernatant Pump at the WWTP from KM Pumps & Systems, Inc., for the low quote of $4,530.00 (current pump is 24 years old)

Motion to accept/reject replacement of Grit Blower at the WWTP from Paducah Gear & Machine for the low quote of $1,419.00 – determined to be more cost effective to replace than repair

Motion to accept/reject Work Order for Engineering Work for Bridge Inspections from Brown & Roberts, Inc. in the estimated amount of $500.00

Motion to accept/reject the purchase of a 2002 International 4700 for the Street Department in the amount of $24,140 from Bourbonnais Supply Inc.

Item discussed but not on agenda

Motion to accept/reject the budgeted purchase of a BGAN Terminal in the amount of $1,495.00 and Service Subscription in the amount of $1,145.46 for the EMA


8. Department Heads

9. Old Business

10. New Business

11. Miscellaneous Reports

12. Financial Report
Payment of Salaries, Payroll, and Contract Bills
Payment of Miscellaneous Bills

13. Executive Session

Pending Litigation
Personnel
Collective Bargaining
Acquisition Real Estate
Sales, Lease or Exchange of Real Estate




14. Adjourn

Billy McDaniel, Mayor
City of Metropolis

Reminders:
Wednesday, January 16th, Parks and Recreation at 12:00 p.m. (Amended Time)
Thursday, January 17th, Industrial at 1:00 p.m.