City of McHenry City Council met Nov. 18.
Here is the agenda provided by the council:
1. Call to Order.
2. Roll Call.
3. Pledge of Allegiance.
4. Public Comments: Any member of the public wishing to address the Council is invited to do so by signing in at the meeting entrance and, when recognized, stepping to the podium. Opportunities for Public Comment are also provided under each Individual Action Item.
5. Consent Agenda: Motion to Approve the Following Consent Agenda Items:
A. Resolution designating November 30, 2019 Small Business Saturday in the City of McHenry;
B. Resolution establishing the 2020 City Council Meeting Schedule;
C. Appointment of Susan E. Meyer to the McHenry Police Commission Board for a term that will expire on April 30th, 2022; and to the McHenry City Ethics Commission Board for a term that will expire on August 19th, 2020;
D. Authorization to sign and execute an update an Intergovernmental Agreement for the Northeast McHenry County Major Crash Assistance Team (MCAT);
E. Ordinance authorizing the execution of Northern Illinois Purchasing Cooperative (“NIPC”) 2020 Intergovernmental Agreement for the Purchase of Electricity and other Goods and Services;
F. Authorization to Execute Draw Certificate and Sight Draft Relating to Irrevocable Letter of Credit No. 150026679-201 in favor for the account of First Midwest Bank in the amount of $330,000;
G. Two Interconnection Agreements with Aqua Illinois to provide temporary water service for McHenry Shores and Eastwood Manor water systems for the good of the general public at large
H. November 4, 2019, City Council Meeting Minutes;
I. Issuance of Checks in the amount of $2,140,466.68;
J. Issuance of As Needed Checks in the amount of $313,190.28.
6. Individual Action Item Agenda:
A. Motion to approve a Resolution estimating the Property Tax Levy request for 2019 (collected in 2020) at $4,618,786.
7. Discussion Items.
A. Presentation of the FY18/19 Audit
B. Allowing Non-Highway Vehicles on Roadways in McHenry
8. Staff Reports.
9. Mayor’s Report.
10. City Council Comments.