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Agenda Number: DOC. 020-001    
Agenda Type: Docket Item
Department: Public Works


1520 So. 5th Street (Ward 6/Alderwoman DiCenso)
(no description available)
   020-001.pdf  

Agenda Number: DOC. 020-002    
Agenda Type: Docket Item
Department: Public Works


1501 Griffiths Avenue (Ward 4/Alderman Fulgenzi)
(no description available)
   020-002.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-051    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER NO. 1 AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $235,905.15 WITH HAYES MECHANICAL LLC FOR CONTRACT NO. UE19-01-73 - UNIT 4 LIMESTONE SILO REPAIR FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE OF $664,486.15 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance is for Change order No. 1 and additional funding for the Unit 4 Limestone Silo Repair project. The Unit 4 Limestone Silo is located inside the Unit 4 Limestone Building to hold up to 1,000 tons of limestone. Limestone is used in the Flue Gas Desulfurization Process. A discovery was made in late December 2017, that the steel panels of the perimeter of the silo had buckled and folded over onto itself. Hanson Professional Services Inc. was hired to provide a design and repair procedure for the silo (via OBM Factsheet, NB19-96U). Ordinance No. 280-07-19 accepted and approved Contract No. UE19-01-73 with Hayes Mechanical LLC (“Hayes Mechanical”) for the repair of Unit 4 Limestone Silo in an amount not to exceed $428,581.00. It was determined that thicker steel wall panels need to be installed from the elevation of failure to the top of the silo. This repair will restore the silo’s structural integrity. The contract was for the removal and replacement of the top five elevations of steel panels around the entire perimeter of the silo. Hanson later discovered that the next three elevations of panels had incurred too much section loss to remain in place, due to rust and abrasion from storing the sometimes-damp limestone for the past ten years. Therefore, the Utility must increase the scope of work to include removing and replacing the top eight rows of panels instead of just the top five. In addition, a protective ceramic epoxy coating was installed on the interior of the full height of the silo to prevent further section loss and to extend the life of the structure. This Ordinance approves an additional $235,905.15, for a total amount payable under the said contract to $664,486.15. Hayes Mechanical was the only bidder on Contract No. 19-01-73 for the repair and they are not a local vendor.
   051.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-052    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $24,506.32 WITH OHIO LUMEX COMPANY FOR ADDITIONAL EXPENSES INCURRED WITH THE MONITORING DURING A CHEMICAL TRIAL TO REMOVE MERCURY FROM THE FLUE-GAS DESULFURIZATION (FGD) SYSTEMS FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $78,739.12, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 261-06-19 approved and authorized the execution of a Professional Services Proposal with Ohio Lumex Company (“Ohio Lumex”) in an amount not to exceed $48,232.80, to perform monitoring during the flue-gas desulfurization (FGD) mercury removal chemical trial. This trial was expected to be completed in a one-month period, and Ohio Lumex was performing all the testing. During the mercury removal trial using Suez FUElSOlV* HG2613, Ohio Lumex provided round-the-clock stack mercury monitoring equipment and twice daily, on-site speciated mercury trap testing during the first week and other calibration periods. This allowed the utility to carefully monitor mercury removal and compare the effectiveness of the Suez chemical compared to our current Nalco product. Due to unit downtime, while the equipment was on-site and installed at Unit 31/32 stack, the utility was forced to delay the chemical trial by nearly two months. Due to the delay of the chemical trial, the Mercury CEMS was on-site during this period, resulting in the expense of the weekly standby fees. It was more economical to pay the weekly standby fees than paying to have the equipment removed and reinstalled when units were back online. The weekly standby fees totaled $46,000.00; however, Ohio Lumex discounted this amount by 50% for the utility. This ordinance authorizes additional funding in an amount not to exceed $24,506.32 with Ohio Lumex for a total amount of $78,739.12 payable under this Professional Service Agreement. Ohio Lumex is not a local vendor.
   052.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-053    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING FOR THE ACCEPTANCE OF PROPOSAL NO. UW20-24 AND EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT FOR SALE OF CITY-OWNED PROPERTY IDENTIFIED AS PARCEL NO. 29-02.0-326-043 IN AN AMOUNT OF $2,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
Ordinance No. 452-11-19 declared a parcel of property currently owned by the City of Springfield, Office of Public Utility, identified as PIN # 29-02.0-326-043 as a surplus item. This parcel has no physical address and is adjacent to 2836 and 2840 East Lake Shore Drive. The property is no longer necessary, appropriate, required for the use of, profitable to or for the best interest of the Office of Public Utilities to maintain the ownership. RFP No. UW20-24 requested proposals for the sale of this property. Sergio Talavera was the only response to the RFP with a dollar amount of $2,000.00. Mr. Talavera resides at 2836 East Lake Shore Drive. It is in the best interests of the City of Springfield, Office of Public Utilities to accept the bid and enter into an Agreement for Sale of Real Property with Sergio Talavera for $2,000.00.
   053.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-054    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN ONE YEAR LEASE AGREEMENT FOR 7020 BRUNK CEMETERY ROAD FOR THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This is an annual ordinance for the lease of real property owned by the City. This ordinance authorizes the execution of a property lease agreement for a one-year term for the City of Springfield Office of Public Utilities. The leased property consists of 8.98 acres and a pole barn located at 7020 Brunk Cemetery Road, Rochester, Illinois. (No site number assigned.) Renters are Carl and Kathy Tega of 3510 Teakwood Drive Springfield, Illinois. The lease for 7020 Brunk Cemetery Road provides that the tenant will pay $300.00/month in rent for one year. Last year’s rent was $300.00/month. The lease contains a provision that allows the City to terminate the lease for purposes of inundation or sale of the land. The City also retains the right to enter upon the land for purposes of conducting inspections, investigations, surveys, and studies.
   054.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-055    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A NEW WATER SERVICE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD AND SUGAR CREEK PUBLIC WATER DISTRICT, THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2050 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance approves and authorizes the execution of a new Water Service Agreement between the City of Springfield and the Sugar Creek Public Water District (“the District”). Currently, the District is being furnished with water by the City through two metered connections located along Kamm Road and Laverna Road, according to terms of an agreement, dated July 21, 1981 and authorized by Ordinance No. 525-07-81. This agreement expires on December 31, 2021. The District desires to continue to purchase its water supply from the City and enter into a new agreement. According to the terms of this new agreement, the City agrees to provide water distribution capacity of 500,000 gallons per day. The water rate shall be $3.90 per 100 cubic feet (one unit) of water supplied to the District. This rate is the same as the current rate being charged. The rate will remain in effect until the review of the water rate after the end of each City fiscal year, at which time adjustments may occur. The new agreement shall be expire on December 31, 2050.
   055.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-056    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A THREE-YEAR AGREEMENT WITH BAKER & TAYLOR, INC. TO PROVIDE LIBRARY MATERIALS AND APPROVING PAYMENT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $900,000.00 AND AUTHORIZING THE FIRST YEAR’S PAYMENT OF $300,000.00 FOR LINCOLN LIBRARY
RFP LL20-23; Lincoln Library Books, Audio-Visual, Continuations/Standing Orders
   056.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-058    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE FOR LEE’S CRAB, INC. D/B/A YUMMY CRAB LOCATED AT 3165 SOUTH DIRKSEN PARKWAY
(No description available)
   058.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-059    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING MARCH 1, 2020 AND ENDING FEBRUARY 28, 2021.
(No description available)
   059.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-060    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 37 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, BY AMENDING SECTION 37.04.02 REGARDING EXTRA PENSION PAYMENTS FROM THE CORPORATE FUND
(No description available)
   060.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-061    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF CRAIG W. COLBROOK, J.D. TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION
This Ordinance is to re-appoint Craig W. Colbrook, J.D. to the historic sites commission
   061.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-063    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF AARON SCHROEDER TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION
An Ordinance appointing Aaron Schroeder to the Springfield Historic Sites Commission
   063.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-064    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF ERNEST A. SLOTTAG, APR, TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION
This Ordinance is to re-appoint Ernest A. Slottag, APR, to the Historic Sites Commission
   064.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-065    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF PEGGI T. GANT TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION
This Ordinance is to re-appoint Peggi T Gant, to the Historic Sites Commission
   065.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-066    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


A RESOLUTION REFERRING A PETITION TO THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION FOR PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 155, SECTIONS 155.033, 155.034, AND 155.211.8 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, PERTAINING TO ON PREMISES CONSUMPTION OF ADULT-USE CANNABIS IN CONJUNCTION WITH AN ADULT-USE CANNABIS DISPENSING ORGANIZATION
(No description available)
   066.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-068    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY COUNCIL TO ENTER INTO A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT FOR A SPRINGFIELD AREA ROUTE 66 INTERPRETIVE MASTER PLAN FOR THE CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $45,000.00
An Ordinance approving professional services agreement with University of Wisconsin-Steven's Point in an amount not to exceed $45,000 for a Springfield Area Route 66 Interpretive master plan
   068.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-062    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF STEPHANIE L. DO TO THE SPRINGFIELD HISTORIC SITES COMMISSION
An Ordinance appointing Stephanie L. Do to the Springfield Historic Sites Commission
   062.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-069    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works


A RESOLUTION NOTIFYING THE STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION THAT MOTOR FUEL TAX FUNDS, IN THE AMOUNT OF $698,802.00, MAY BE USED FOR THE COCKRELL LANE PHASE II, MFT SECTION NO. 20-00399-02-BR, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An Ordinance authorizing execution of an agreement with Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. for preliminary engineering of Cokrell Lane Phase II for the Office of Public Works
   069.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-070    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH, AND PAYMENT OF $698,802.00 TO, CRAWFORD, MURPHY & TILLY INC., FOR PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING FOR THE COCKRELL LANE PHASE II (MFT SECTION #20-00399-02-BR), FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
A resolution for the improvement by municipality under the Illinois Highway Code MFT Section No. 20-00399-02-BR for the Cockrell Lane Phase II for the Office of Public Works
   070.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-071    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A PROPOSAL IN THE AMOUNT OF $42,625.00 WITH STRESS ENGINEERING SERVICES, INC. FOR HIGH ENERGY PIPING INSPECTION FOR THE DALLMAN POWER PLANT UNIT NO. 33 FOR THE ELECTRIC DIVISION FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This ordinance approves and authorizes the execution of a proposal with Stress Engineering Services, Inc. (“SES”) for the inspection of Unit 33 Main Steam Piping and the Hot Reheat Piping for the City of Springfield Office of Public Utilities’ Electric Division Electric Generation Department. The inspections that will be performed on Unit 33 include Magnetic Particle Examination (to detect surface indications on welds), Ultrasonic Examination of girth and seam welds (to detect sub-surface indications), Ultrasonic measurements (to determine wall thickness and internal geometry of the piping), and diametric measurements (to detect potential creep swelling). The areas to be tested include two (2) 16" girth welds, two (2) 14" girth welds, and two (2) miscellaneous penetration or attachment welds on Unit 33's Main steam piping. Other areas to be tested will include two (2) 22" girth welds, 18" girth welds, and two (2) miscellaneous penetration and attachment welds on Unit 33's Hot Reheat piping. This proposal will provide for the inspection of the most crucial areas of Unit 33's high-energy piping, ensuring the safe operation of Unit 33's boiler and turbine. The work will be performed during the outage of Unit 33 and should be completed in a maximum of two (2) days onsite. The fixed cost to perform the services is $42,625.00, which includes a site visit, travel expenses, equipment rental, shipping of gang box, consumables, all miscellaneous cost, and a final report. The engineering inspection services provided under this contract require a high degree of skill and expertise. SES has performed these services for the Utility in the past. SES is not a local vendor.
   071.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-072    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH OPTMCTRL LLC IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $139,550.00 TO RE-ENGINEER THE UNIT COORDINATED CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE UNIT 4 BOILER/TURBINE CONTROLS, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This Ordinance approves and authorizes the execution of a Professional Services agreement with OptmCtrl LLC. (“OptmCtrl”) in an amount not to exceed $139,550.00 for re-engineering of unit coordinated control system (UCC) for the Unit 4 boiler/turbine controls. The existing UCC system is slow to respond to requested load changes and does not control well during unit ramps or unit startup. These changes will be incorporated to work in conjunction with the recent control changes to the feedwater and airflow systems. The Utility will be utilizing a hybrid control strategy for turbine valve control at lower loads while maintaining our wide-open valve strategy for top-end load control. These changes will allow for enhanced control throughout the entire load range. OptmCtrl will develop the control strategy to allow Dallman Unit 4 UCC to control the megawatt (MW); the new control strategy will allow the control system to control MW directly. Additionally, OptmCtrl will develop the control strategy to combine the Hybrid mode to control MW. OptmCtrl controls tuning specialist will perform implementation and tuning for Dallman Unit 4 redesigned coordinated control, to ensure the UCC will work with feedwater control system, air control system and fuel control system seamlessly and closely. Additionally, OptmCtrl will tune Hybrid mode control and make it work smoothly with MW control. OptmCtrl is not a local vendor.
   072.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-073    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A THREE-YEAR AGREEMENT WITH CARDINAL ELEVATOR LLC FOR ROUTINE STACK ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $162,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
This ordinance approves an agreement with Cardinal Elevator LLC (“Cardinal”) in an amount not to exceed $162,000.00 for routine stack elevator maintenance. The stack elevators are rack and pinion type elevators and require service from a vendor that specializes in this type of system. The elevators are located at unit 31/32 stack, unit 33 stack, and Unit 4 AQCS. Cardinal will provide routine monthly preventative maintenance services on the Dallman Plant complex stack elevators for a three-year term, beginning March 3, 2020. These services include monthly examinations, adjustments, and lubrication. This service shall include the labor necessary for periodic examinations of the elevators including cleaning and lubricating the machine, motor, interlocks, and controllers, greasing and rack, minor adjustments disclosed as reasonably necessary at the time of the examinations, and furnishing the following parts and supplies where applicable: all grease rack lubricants and wiping cloths. Service calls, repairs, and parts are not included; these items will be billed separately. USA Hoist Company, Inc. has been our service provider for numerous years. With the numbers of contracts for service of rack and pinion elevators dwindling due to plant closures in the area, USA Hoist decided to end the contract at the end of the current term, March 2, 2020. (Ordinance No. 124-03-17/ $72,000.00 with increase funding authorized by Ordinance Nos. 143-04-18 / $85,000.00 and 169-04-19 / $85,000.00).
   073.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-074    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER #1 AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $5,156,436.51 WITH GE STEAM POWER, INC. FOR THE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF UNIT 33 FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE OF $6,080,447.51 FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES,
On November 12, 2019, Dallman Power Plant Unit 33 Turbine-Generator suffered a failure. This failure was due to a loss of lube oil that caused damage to the turbine bearings, shaft, blades, seals and other various components on Unit 33. Ordinance 465-11-19 authorized and approved a proposal with GE Steam Power, Inc. (“GESPI”) to perform inspections to Unit 33 Turbine/Generator to determine the extent of the damage. GESPI has inspected the Unit and determined the needed repairs. Note: The Unit was also preparing to undergo required maintenance for the Unit 33 Spring outage, this maintenance has tabled due to the Unit’s failure. This Ordinance authorized Change Order #1 and additional funding for in the amount not to exceed $5,156,436.51 with GESPI, Inc. for the failure event related repairs ($4,863,832.73) and for non-failure event related repairs related to the required maintenance for the Spring 2020 outage ($292,603.78). The initial proposal with GESPI was for $924,011.00. This Ordinance approves an additional $5,156,436.51, for a total amount payable under said contract to $6,080,447.51. GESPI, Inc. is the original equipment manufacturer. GESPI, Inc. is not a local vendor.
   074.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-075    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: CWLP


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION IN AN AMOUNT OF $6,080,447.51 FROM UNAPPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE FOR REPAIR OF THE UNIT 33 TURBINE, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES,
This is a new ordinance authorizing a supplemental appropriation in the amount not to exceed $6,080,447.51 from fund balance into 102-100-CAM-7712-1205 in order to pay the costs to repair the Unit 33 turbine. Starr Tech Insurance will reimbursement the Utility for the November 2019’s failure related expenditures to Unit 33 Turbine. The Utility anticipates an insurance payment of approximately five million dollars. Our deductible is one million dollars.
   075.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-076    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION EXPENSES OF $11,000.00 TO THE BUSINESS OCCUPYING PARCEL SR0304 – HENRY NELCH & SON, COMPANY LOCATED AT 800 S. 9TH STREET FOR SEGMENT 5 OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
An ordinance authorizing relocation expenses for the relocation of the businesses occupying parcel SR0304 - Henry Nelch & Son Co., in amount not to exceed $11,000.00; the business located on real estate to be purchased by the City of Springfield at 800 South 9th St. for segment 5 of the Springfield Rail Improvement.
   076.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-077    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION EXPENSES OF $6,946.35 TO WILLIAM D. MOORE FOR BUSINESSES LOCATED AT 2264 & 2266 S. 6TH STREET FOR SEGMENT 5 OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
An ordinance authorizing relocation expenses for the relocation of William D. Moore in an amount not to exceed $6,946.35.
   077.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-078    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A TWO-YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION, #CS17-01-87, WITH KONE, INC. FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE ELEVATORS AT THE MUNICIPAL COMPLEX FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $107,298.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT
An ordinance authorizing a two-year contract extension with Kone Elevator, Inc. under contract no. CS17-01-87 for a total amount not to exceed $107,298.00 for the Office of Budget and
   078.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-079    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE SPRINGFIELD-SANGAMON COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION FOR 2020 PLANNING SERVICES AND AUTHORIZING PAYMENT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $185,000.00 FROM JANUARY 1, 2020, THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2020
(No description available)
   079.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-080    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE TO DECREASE THE NUMBER OF CLASS “C” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE AND TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF CLASS “B” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE FOR FKG OIL COMPANY D/B/A LINCOLN MOTORMART LOCATED AT 610 SOUTH GRAND AVENUE
Business has currently a Class "C" liquor license and are requesting to upgrade to a Class "B" package liquor license to continue selling beer and wine but to add spirits as package sales until 1 am
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Agenda Number: 2020-081    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A DECREASE IN THE NUMBER OF CLASS “D” LIQUOR LICENSES BY ONE DUE TO CLOSURE OF BUSINESS BY CAPITOL SHOW-ME’S INC. D/B/A SHOW-ME’S LOCATED AT 3101 S. MACARTHUR BOULEVARD
Business has closed
   081.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-082    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF PETE ROBERTS TO THE SPRINGFIELD DISABILITIES COMMISSION
An ordinance re-appointment Pete Roberts to the Springfield Disabilities Commission
   082.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-083    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF JILL STEINER TO THE SPRINGFIELD DISABILITIES COMMISSION
An ordinance re-appointment Jill Steiner to the Springfield Disabilities Commission
   083.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-084    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE REAPPOINTMENT OF ELIZABETH LANGEN TO THE SPRINGFIELD DISABILITIES COMMISSION
An ordinance re-appointment Elizabeth Langen to the Springfield Disabilities Commission.
   084.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-085    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SPONSORSHIP PAYMENT OF $7,500.00 TO THE SPRINGFIELD AND CENTRAL ILLINOIS AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY MUSEUM FOR THE NEGRO LEAGUE TRAVELING EXHIBIT PURSUANT TO ARTICLE VII, CHAPTER 37, SECTION 37.62 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, FOR THE SPRINGFIELD CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
An Ordinance approving an amount not to exceed $7,500 to the Springfield and Central Illinois African American History Museum for the Negro League Traveling Exhibit as recommended by the Convention and Visitors Advisory Board
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Agenda Number: 2020-086    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A SPONSORSHIP PAYMENT OF $10,000.00 TO ONE IN A MILLION, INC. FOR THE JUNETEENTH EVENT PURSUANT TO ARTICLE VII, CHAPTER 37, SECTION 37.62 OF THE 1988 CITY OF SPRINGFIELD CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED, FOR THE SPRINGFIELD CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
An ordinance approving a local tourism grant an amount not to exceed $10,000 to One in a Million, Inc. for the 2020 Juneteenth freedom fest as recommended by the Convention & Visitors Advisory Board
   086.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-087    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A TWO YEAR EXTENSION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH PSI TO FURNISH, DEVELOP AND ADMINISTER ENTRY LEVEL EXAMS FOR THE POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS FROM FEBRUARY 20, 2020, THROUGH FEBRUARY 20, 2022, FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $125,000.00, FOR THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
An ordinance authorizing the extension an agreement with and payment in an amount not to exceed $145,000.00 to PSI to furnish, develop and administer entry level exams for the Police and Fire Departments for the Office of Human Resources
   087.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-088    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: General City Business


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A TWO-YEAR AGREEMENT WITH FLORISSANT PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES FOR PRE-EMPLOYMENT PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS FOR POLICE AND FIRE CANDIDATES AND AUTHORIZING PAYMENT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $30,000.00 THROUGH MARCH 3, 2022, FOR THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
An ordinance authorizing the execution of an agreement with Florissant Psychological Services for pre-employment psychological evaluations for police and fire candidates and authorizing payment in an amount not to exceed $30,000.00 over a two (2) year period for the Office of Human Resources.
   088.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-089    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CONDEMNATION OF REAL PROPERTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING USABLE SEGMENT V OF THE SPRINGFIELD RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance authorizing condemnation of real property for the purpose of constructing usable segment V of the Springfield Rail Improvement Project for the Office of Public Works
   089.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-090    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Public Works


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING CONDEMNATION OF REAL PROPERTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING THE HILLTOP ROAD MULTI-USE TRAIL, FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance authorizing condemnation of real property for the purpose of constructing the Hilltop Road multi-use trail for the office of public works
   090.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-091    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ADDITIONAL $118,248.00 FOR PURCHASE OF ROCK SALT FROM COMPASS MINERALS AMERICA, INC. UNDER STATE CONTRACT PSD 20-416CMS-BOSS4-P-12695 AND NOT TO EXCEED $709,498.00 AND A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION IN THE AMOUNT OF $350,000.00 FROM UNAPPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE FOR THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS
An ordinance authorizing an increase of contract #20-416CMS-BOSS4-P-12695 with Compass Minerals America Inc. for an additional purchase of rock salt in the amount of $118,248.00 and not to exceed $709,488.00 and authorizing a supplemental appropriation of $350,000 for the Office of Public Works
   091.pdf  

Agenda Number: 2020-092    
Agenda Type: Agenda Item
Department: Finance


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT WITH LAUTERBACH & AMEN, LLP TO COMPLETE THE ACTUARIAL REPORTS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020, 2021 AND 2022 FOR THE CITY AND CITY’S POLICE AND FIREFIGHTERS’ PENSION FUNDS FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $56,670.00 FOR THE OFFICE OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT
An ordinance authorizing a professional services contract with Lauterbach & Amen, LLP to complete the actuarial reports for the city and city's police and firefighters' pension funds for a total amount not to exceed $56,670.00 for the Office of Budget and Management.
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