VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH

VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH
BOARD OF TRUSTEES, SPECIAL MEETING
Municipal Building: 874 Main Street, Antioch, IL

October 28, 2002
 
CALL TO ORDER The special meeting of the Board of Trustees was called to order by Mayor Maravelas at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building: 874 Main Street, Antioch, IL.

ROLL CALL Roll call indicated the following Trustees were present: Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson. Also present were Mayor Maravelas, Attorney Anderson and Clerk Rowe. Absent: Trustees Foresta and Porch.

PZB02-16 A motion was made by Trustee Pierce, seconded by Trustee Larson to remove from the table the Planning and Zoning Board's letter of recommendation regarding the proposed final plat of subdivision, Clublands Unit one; 104 lots; Neumann Homes; PZB02-16. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.

The following Planning and Zoning Board's letter of recommendation, dated October 17, 2002, regarding the proposed Final Plat of Subdivision, Clublands Unit One; 104 lots; Neumann Homes; PZB02-16 was reviewed:

The Combined Planning and Zoning Board reviewed the proposed final plat at the regular meeting of October 10, 2002 following posting of the agenda as required by law.

The applicant is Neumann Homes, represented by Attorney Tom Burney. Based upon staff review of drawings were prepared with the application, a revise final plat and revised engineering were presented. Both sets of drawings were prepared by Manhard Consulting, Ltd., and revised dated 10/06/02 and 10/07/02, respectively.

Village Planner Bob Silhan presented his comments. He indicated that there is general conformance with the approved preliminary PUD plan, and that the layout of streets and lot pattern was identical to the preliminary plan. Mr. Silhan indicated some requested modifications, as follows: the addition of the 20-foot buffer on peripheral lots, (specifically referencing lots 13.07 through 13.20, both inclusive); expanded street dedication language; and street names to be changed and approved by Village Staff. He further indicated that the plat may be approved conditioned upon his comments and final engineering approval from the Village Engineer. In response to a question from the Board, Mr. Silhan indicated that the Covenants will remain as presented with the preliminary plan.

Village Engineer Jim Keim presented his report dated October 10, 2002. He is recommending approval with staff conditions. His comments were: corner lot radii must be added to the plat; 20-foot landscape and utility easements should be shown on peripheral lots; and the existing utility easements that intersect with streets and platted lots should be vacated.

Following the Board's discussion, Tom Baba moved, Bob McCarty seconded that PZB02-16, the Final Plat for Clublands Unit One for 104 single-family lots be APPROVED conditioned upon Village Staff comments. Upon roll call vote: YES: 5; Ipsen, McCarty, LaReese, Keller, and Baba. NO: 1; F. Johnson. The Motion Carried.

VB MOTION A motion was made by Trustee Pierce, seconded by Trustee Larson to approve the Planning and Zoning Board's letter of recommendation dated October 17, 2002, regarding the proposed Final Plat of Subdivision, Clublands Unit One 104 lots; Neumann Homes; PZB02-16 and authorizes the Village Attorney to draft the appropriate ordinances. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.
ENGINEERING TECH After reviewing the memorandum dated October 25, 2002 from Staff Engineer Jim Keim, a motion was made by Trustee Hanson, seconded by Trustee Pierce to extend an offer to Dennis Heimbrodt to fill the Engineering Technician position with a salary of $15.00 an hour. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.

ATTORNEY A motion was made by Trustee Hanson, seconded by Trustee Caulfield to remove from the table the first reading of an ordinance establishing the Village Northeast connection charge for connections to the Village Northeast Sewer System and authorizing the acquisition of connection fee credits from properties in the Northeast Lake FPA Special Service area.

Attorney Anderson read aloud the following ordinance:

First Reading: AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE VILLAGE NORTHEAST CONNECTION CHARGE FOR CONNECTIONS TO THE VILLAGE NORTHEAST SEWER SYSTEM AND AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF CONNECTION FEE CREDITS FROM PROPERTIES IN THE NORTHEAST LAKE FPA SPECIAL SERVICE AREA.

02-10-43 A motion was made by Trustee Caulfield, seconded by Trustee Pierce to waive the second reading, approve and publish in pamphlet form an ordinance, 02-10-43, entitled, AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE VILLAGE NORTHEAST CONNECTION CHARGE FOR CONNECTIONS TO THE VILLAGE NORTHEAST SEWER SYSTEM AND AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF CONNECTION FEE CREDITS FROM PROPERTIES IN THE NORTHEAST LAKE FPA SPECIAL SERVICE AREA. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.
DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT Following a review of the Clublands Development agreement, a motion was made by Trustee Larson, seconded by Trustee Caulfield to waive the second reading and approve the Clublands Development Agreement with changes on pages 4 (remove d') as discussed and authorizes the Mayor to execute the agreement. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.
EASEMENTS A motion was made by Trustee Pierce, seconded by Trustee Larson to accept the following easements: Glick Easement, Doolittle Easement, Abbott Easements (across Route 45 and Route 173). On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.
SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT A motion was made by Trustee Pierce, seconded by Trustee Caulfield to remove from th table the Neumann Homes Settlement Agreement. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.
SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT A motion was made by Trustee Pierce, seconded by Trustee Larson to approve the Neumann Homes Settlement Agreement and authorizes the Mayor to sign the agreement. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.
DEERCREST A motion was made by Trustee Larson, seconded by Trustee Caulfield, to authorize the Mayor to terminate the Agreement dated February 17, 2000 between the Village of Antioch and Deercrest, L.L.C. ("Sprenger and S & S Properties, Inc."). The agreement will be terminated once all of the conditions have been fulfilled. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.

RESOLUTION After Attorney Anderson read aloud the Resolution urging Board of Antioch Community High School District No. 117 to adopt a Disciplinary Policy permitting random drug searches, a motion was made by Trustee Hanson, seconded by Trustee Caulfield to approve the resolution as presented. A copy of this resolution will be sent to Antioch school districts. On roll call, the vote was:
YES: 4; Pierce, Larson, Caulfield, and Hanson.
NO: 0.
ABSENT: 2; Foresta and Porch.
THE MOTION CARRIED.
ADJOURN A motion was made by Trustee Pierce, seconded by Trustee Hanson to adjourn the special meeting of the Board of Trustees at 8:20 p.m.
 
Respectfully submitted,

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Candi L. Rowe, Clerk

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