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AGENDA
Village of Antioch, Lake County, Illinois
Municipal Building: 874 Main Street, Antioch, IL 60002
Call In # 1-312-626-6799 Public Access Code: 592-598-564
BROADCAST VIA ZOOM: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/592598564
PUBLIC HEARING, REGULAR MEETING & COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
June 22, 2022 – 6:30PM

 

VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES PUBLIC HEARING – 6:30PM

I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Roll Call
IV. Public Hearing regarding the Vacation of sections of Savage Road in the Clublands Subdivision
V. Adjournment

VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE PUBLIC HEARING

I. Call to Order
II. Roll Call
III. Absent Trustees Wishing to Attend Remotely
IV. Mayoral Report

Acknowledgements: William Franks Service as Hearing Officer; Recognition of Jim McKay and Brad Hubbard; Amy Pisciotto Letter of Commendation

1. Re-Appoint Michael Volling to the Police & Fire Commission with a term ending 2025
2. Re-Appoint Brittany Carstensen to the Planning and Zoning Board with a term ending 2025
3. Re-Appoint Jeremy Harter to the Police Pension Board with a term ending 2024

Citizens Wishing to address the Board (The public is invited to make an issue-oriented comment on any matter of public concern not otherwise on the agenda

V. Regular Business
1. Approval of the June 8, 2022 Regular Meeting Minutes as presented.
2. Consideration and approval of payment of accounts payable as prepared by staff in the amount of $326,479.99
3. Consideration and approval of a Resolution accepting the proposal for certain soil remediation work from Orvine, Inc and Authorizing the Mayor or his designated representative to enter into an agreement for such work for the Village of Antioch, County of Lake, State of Illinois – Resolution No. 22-52
4. Consideration and approval of a Resolution approving an agreement for construction management, soil sampling, reporting and documentation services from Deigan and Associates, LLC and authorizing the Mayor or his designated representative to execute the agreement for such services for the Village of Antioch, County of Lake, State of Illinois – Resolution No. 22-53

5. Consideration and approval of an Ordinance vacating Savage Road through the Clublands, Phase 1, Phase 3 East and Phase 3 East Resubdivision – Ordinance No. 22-06-35
6. Consideration and approval of an Ordinance Amending Title 3 of the Municipal Code of Antioch Adding a New Chapter 6, Establishing a Sales Tax on Tickets sold to Motion Picture Viewings and Live Performances and Rental Agreements at Motion Picture Theaters– Ordinance No. 22-05-28

7. Consideration and approval of an Ordinance approving a ticket sales tax rebate agreement – Ordinance No. 22-05-29

VI. Administrator’s Report
VII. Village Clerk’s Report
VIII. Trustee Reports
IX. Adjournment

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING VILLAGE BOARD MEETING

I. Call to Order
II. Roll Call
III. Absent Trustees Wishing to Attend Remotely
IV. Approval of the May 25, 2022 Committee of the Whole meeting minutes as presented
V. Mayoral Report

Citizens Wishing to address the Board (The public is invited to make an issue-oriented comment on any matter of public concern not otherwise on the agenda)

VI. Regular Business
1. Ghosted Update
2. Discussion on Open Space Design at Depot and Main Street

VII. Other Business
VIII. Executive Session – Collective Bargaining, Personnel, Pending Litigation, Property Acquisition, Lease of Village Property, Executive Session Minutes
IX. Adjournment

ALL ORDINANCES SCHEDULED ON THIS AGENDA FOR FIRST OR SECOND READING MAY BE PASSED AT THIS MEETING IF THE VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, BY MOTION DULY MADE AND SECONDED, BY MAJORITY VOTE OF THE TRUSTEES IN ATTENDANCE, VOTES TO WAIVE ALL READINGS THEREOF AND THEN MOVES TO PASS SUCH ORDINANCES ACCORDING TO RULE 11 OF SECTION 1-4-6 OF THE VILLAGE CODE AND ACCORDING TO LAW.

No vote may be taken on any item, which has not been listed on the Agenda for the meeting. Any matter not specifically listed on this Agenda or brought up under “Other Business” may be discussed by Board members at this meeting, but a vote on the matter shall be postponed until the next Board meeting.

AGENDA
Village of Antioch, Lake County, Illinois
Municipal Building: 874 Main Street, Antioch, IL 60002
Call In # 1-312-626-6799 Public Access Code: 592-598-564
BROADCAST VIA ZOOM: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/592598564
VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING
June 8, 2022 – 6:30PM

I. Call to Order
II. Roll Call
III. Absent Trustees Wishing to Attend Remotely
IV. Mayoral Report

Acknowledgements: Pride Month, Juneteenth, Father’s Day

Citizens Wishing to address the Board (The public is invited to make an issue-oriented comment on any matter of public concern not otherwise on the agenda

VI. Consent Agenda (Items under the Consent Agenda are considered routine and/or non-controversial and will be approved by one motion. If any one board member wishes to have a separate vote on any item, it will be pulled from the Consent Agenda and voted on separately) – approved as presented

1. Approval of the May 25, 2022 Regular Meeting Minutes as presented.

2. Approval of a Resolution authorizing the closure of Toft Street throughout the summer of 2022 for Village events and festivals – Resolution No. 22-41
3. Approval of a Resolution approving a special event liquor license for the Lodge of Antioch for the Chamber of Commerce Taste of Summer held July 14-17, 2022; waiving all fees – Resolution No. 22-42
4. Approval of a Resolution Authorizing the ACHS Annual Homecoming Parade to be held on September 22, 2022 – Resolution No. 22-43
5. Approval of a Resolution Authorizing the Execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Lake County, Illinois for the Collaborative Use of the Lake County Law Enforcement Records Management System –Resolution No. 22-44
6. Approval of a Resolution authorizing the Execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Lake County, Illinois for the Collaborative Use of the Lake County Mobile Citation System (BRAZOS) – Resolution No.
22-45

VII. Regular Business

7. Consideration and approval of payment of accounts payable as prepared by staff in the amount of $361,465.95approved as presented

8. Consideration and approval of a Resolution Authorizing the Antioch Library use of William Brook Entertainment Center and Closure of Skidmore Drive – Resolution No. 22-46approved as presented

9. Consideration and approval of an Emergency Ordinance ratifying the Mayoral declaration of Emergency relating to Coronavirus – Ordinance No. 22-06-32approved as presented, waiving the second reading

10. Consideration and approval of a Resolution approving a façade grant request for 900 Main Street in the amount of $2,654 – Resolution No. 22-47approved as presented

11. Consideration and approval of an Ordinance Amending Title 1, Chapter 3, Section 1-3-1 and Title 7, Chapter 3, Sections 7-3-5 and 7-3-18 of the Antioch Village Code Regulating Handicapped Parking and Imposing Fines for Violations – Ordinance No. 22-06-33approved as presented, waiving the second reading

12. Consideration and Approval of a Resolution to Support the Welcoming and Inclusive Community Pledge and Re-Affirming Resolution No. 17-17 Approved March 20, 2017 - Resolution No. 22-48approved as presented

13. Consideration and approval of a Resolution awarding a contract to Payne & Dolan for the 2022 Road Program in the amount of $844,675.07 – Resolution No. 22-49approved as presented

14. Consideration and approval of a Resolution accepting an Engagement Letter with Miller Canfield related to the Issuance of Alternate Revenue Source General Obligation Bonds to fund Capital Projects - Resolution No. 22-50approved as presented

15. Consideration and approval of a Resolution Accepting an Underwriting disclosure letter from Robert W. Baird related to the issuance of Alternate Revenue Source General Obligation Bonds to Finance Capital Projects - Resolution No. 22-51approved as presented

16. Consideration and approval of AN ORDINANCE authorizing the issuance of General Obligation Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source), Series 2022 of the Village of Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $25,000,000 to finance (i) the costs of the redevelopment plan and project in connection with the Village’s Route 83 Redevelopment Project Area, (ii) the costs of the business district plan and project in connection with the Village’s East Business District and, (iii) the costs of the business district plan and project in connection with the Village’s Central Business District namely, the costs of land acquisition and the construction of public works and improvements, being municipal public buildings, public roadway, water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, sidewalk, parking, park, recreation, flood mitigation and drainage and utilities improvements, together with related appurtenances, all electrical, professional, financial, bond registrar, legal, mechanical and other services necessary, useful or advisable to such acquisition and development and, incidental to said improvements, to pay bond discount, bond interest, financing, and administrative expense – Ordinance No. 22-06-34approved as presented, waiving the second reading

VIII. Administrator’s Report

IX. Village Clerk’s Report
X. Trustee Reports
XI. Adjournment

ALL ORDINANCES SCHEDULED ON THIS AGENDA FOR FIRST OR SECOND READING MAY BE PASSED AT THIS MEETING IF THE VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, BY MOTION DULY MADE AND SECONDED, BY MAJORITY VOTE OF THE TRUSTEES IN ATTENDANCE, VOTES TO WAIVE ALL READINGS THEREOF AND THEN MOVES TO PASS SUCH ORDINANCES ACCORDING TO RULE 11 OF SECTION 1-4-6 OF THE VILLAGE CODE AND ACCORDING TO LAW.

No vote may be taken on any item, which has not been listed on the Agenda for the meeting. Any matter not specifically listed on this Agenda or brought up under “Other Business” may be discussed by Board members at this meeting, but a vote on the matter shall be postponed until the next Board meeting.