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The following actions were taken on November 18, 2019:

Consent AgendaApproved as presented

  • Approval of the October 14, 2019 regular meeting minutes as presented.
  • Approval of a Resolution closing a portion of Highview Drive on an indefinite basis – Resolution No. 19-63

Regular Business

  • Consideration to ratify the October 30, 2019 payment of accounts payable as prepared by staff – approved as presented
  • Consideration of payment of accounts payable as prepared by staff – approved as presented
  • Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the Village Administrator to execute an agreement with Converged Technology Professionals in the amount of $44,657.12 to purchase and install an on-premise Mitel Phone System – Resolution No. 19-64 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of a Resolution accepting the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ending April 30, 2019 – Resolution No. 19-65 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of a Resolution accepting the Village of Antioch Police Pension Fund Municipal Compliance Report for Fiscal year ended April 30, 2019 – Resolution No. 19-66 –approved as presented
  • Consideration of an Ordinance Granting a Special Use for a Planned Unit Development for the Sonday Light Industrial Park Located At 453 N. Main Street (PZB 19-10 SPR/SU) – Ordinance No. 19-11-35 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of a Resolution Approving the Site Plan for Sonday Industrial Building located at 453 N. Main Street – Resolution No. 19-67 – approved as presented
  • Discussion and possible action regarding Village Right-of-way located in the Oakwood Knolls Subdivision – no action taken
  • Consideration of an Ordinance Adopting and Levying a Municipal Cannabis Retailers’ Occupation Tax – Ordinance No. 19-11-36 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of a Resolution accepting the GASB 67&68 Actuarial Valuation for Fiscal Year ended April 30, 2019 and the Tax Levy Actuarial Valuation for Fiscal Year Ending April 30, 2020 for the Police Pension Fund – Resolution No. 19-68 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of an Ordinance providing for the Levy of Taxes for the fiscal year beginning May 1, 2019 and ending April 30, 2020 – Ordinance No. 19-11-37 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of an Ordinance abating the tax levied for the year 2019 to pay the principal of and interest on $1,830,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Utility Tax Alternate Revenue Source) Series 2019 – Ordinance No. 19-11-38 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of an Ordinance abating the tax levied for the year 2019 to pay the principal of and interest on $4,095,000 General Obligation Bonds (Alternate Revenue Source) Series 2017 – Ordinance No. 19-11-39 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of a Resolution Approving the 2020 Village Board of Trustees meeting schedule – Resolution No.19-69 – approved as presented
  • Consideration of a request for a Special Use for an EMB sign on Lake Street for the property commonly known as 950 Hillside Avenue – no action taken
Dec
25
Wed
Christmas Holiday – Village Offices Closed
Dec 25 all-day
Jan
25
Sat
Adult Night Out @ PM&L Theatre
Jan 25 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Hosted by the Village of Antioch and PM&L Theatre, the Adult Night Out will start at 7:30pm with appetizers and wine.  A cash bar will be available for additional drinks.  Christopher Carter:  mindreader, illusionist & freakout artist, will take the stage at 8pm.

Tickets are available online for $40 per person and include appetizers, 1 glass of wine and the show.

Bring one bottle of wine to get one raffle ticket or one bottle of booze to get 2 raffle tickets for a chance to win a wagon full of wine & booze.

*This show is for adults 21 and over only.