Meeting Name: Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/16/2024 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Cook County Building, Board Room, 118 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois
Issued on: 5/10/2024
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24-1739 1 Howard Wolfman - Mission Brook Sanitary DistrictReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Howard Wolfman Position: Trustee Department/Board/Commission: Mission Brook Sanitary District Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 5/13/2027approvePass Action details Not available
24-3110 1 Reappointment of Mimi L. Rodman to the Metra BoardReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Mimi L. Rodman Position: Director Department/Board/Commission: Metra (Commuter Rail Board of Commuter Division of RTA) Effective date: 6/13/24 Expiration date: 6/13/28, until a successor has been appointed and qualified.referPass Action details Not available
24-3132 1 Appointment of Sage J. Kim, PhD to CCH Board of DirectorsAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Sage J. Kim, PhD Position: Director Department/Board/Commission: County Health and Hospitals Board of Directors Effective date: 6/13/2024 Expiration date: 8/1/2025, (1) vacancy on the CCH Board of Directors to fill a partial termreferPass Action details Not available
24-0593 1 2024 STARTING BLOCK GRANTSResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION 2024 STARTING BLOCK GRANTS WHEREAS, in November 2021, the Cook County Board of Commissioners passed Resolution No. 21-5542 creating a special purpose fund for Equity and Inclusion ("Equity Fund") dedicated to addressing historical disparities and disinvestment communities that are marginalized or have experienced other social and economic disparities; and WHEREAS, through the Equity Fund, intentional investments from government resources are allocated to address historical and continued disparities and disinvestment, (as defined in the Equity Report) and to bring advocates, service providers, and other partners to the table as thought partners and decision-makers; and WHEREAS, in May 2022, in conjunction with the release of the inaugural Equity Fund Report, Cook County brought forth and approved a resolution detailing the Equity Fund's first installment spending plan for the initial $50M which was allocated to the fund as part of the FY22 budget; and WHEREAS, Equity in Grantmaking/Capacity Building was established as a priority area and confirmed breferPass Action details Not available
24-2262 1 St. Leonard’s Ministries, Chicago, IllinoisPayment ApprovalPROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL Department(s): Cook County Justice Advisory Council Action: Approval of Payment for Services Rendered Payee: St. Leonard’s Ministries, Chicago, Illinois Good(s) or Service(s): Housing Services for Individuals on Electronic Monitoring with No Place to Stay Fiscal Impact: $6,084.81 Accounts: 11287.1205.39004.580170 Contract Number(s): 1205-NPTS2023-02 Summary: The Justice Advisory Council’s No Place To Stay (NPTS) housing program provides housing for individuals ordered onto the Sheriff’s Office pre-trial electronic monitoring (EM) but who lack sufficient housing where EM could be implemented. These individuals, deemed “No Place To Stay,” would otherwise have to wait in the jail for their pre-trial period to resolve or their electronic monitoring condition of release to be removed. The JAC has retained providers to supply housing and other wraparound services as appropriate for these individuals, with operational support from the Sheriff’s Office and Cook County Health, so they do not have to unnecessary spend that time ireferPass Action details Not available
24-2263 1 Northwestern University, Evanston, IllinoisPayment ApprovalPROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL Department(s): Cook County Justice Advisory Council Action: Approval of Payment for Services Rendered Payee: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Good(s) or Service(s): Legal services for youth Fiscal Impact: $97,250.06 FY2024 Accounts: 11287.1205.39001.580170 Contract Number(s): 1205-2011 Summary: In 2022 and 2023 the JAC supported Northwestern University’s Children and Family Justice Center with funding to provide legal services to youth, including legal advice and representation for individuals who may no longer be subject to juvenile offense registry requirements. During the Justice Advisory Council’s grant close-out process it was determined that Northwestern had outstanding invoices that needed to be sent to the JAC for reimbursement. This item seeks approval of the final payments for services provided through this funding opportunity.referPass Action details Not available
24-2960 1 Premier Staffing Source, Inc., Lanham, MarylandPayment ApprovalPROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL Department(s): Secretary to the Board Action: For Payment Only Payee: Premier Staffing Source, Inc., Lanham, Maryland Good(s) or Service(s): Temporary Staffing Services Fiscal Impact: $2,068.64 Accounts: 11100.1018.19145.520830 Contract Number(s): N/A Summary: The Secretary to the Board is requesting approval of payment to Premier Staffing Source, Inc in the amount of $2,068.64. The attached vendor invoices were submitted late after the $15K direct pay threshold had been met.approvePass Action details Not available
24-3092 1 Form E and IRFC Quarterly ReportReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Finance Report Title: Quarterly Update of the Long-Term Revenue Forecast Report Period: FY2024 - FY2028 Summary: The following report provides an update between the Long-term Financial Plan provided to the Independent Revenue Forecasting Commission (IRFC) and posted on the County’s website in January 2024, and the most up-to-date forecast. This report includes a variance analysis comparing the two forecasts and provides an explanation for the significant variances. A summary of the impact of the revenue projections on our long-term expense projections for both the General and Health Funds is also included. We conclude with FY2024 project plans and an update on recent regional and relevant economic activity.referPass Action details Not available
24-3018 1 PROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDSTransfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Budget and Management Services Request: Transfer Funds Reason: Unexpected purchase of new equipment not covered by warranty. From Account(s): 11000.1014.11030.501010 Salary and Wages, $10,000.00 To Account(s): 11000.1014.10155.530605 Office Supplies, $10,000.00 Total Amount of Transfer: $10,000.00 On what date did it become apparent that the receiving account would require an infusion of funds in order to meet current obligations? What was the balance in the account on that date, and what was the balance 30 days prior to that date? DBMS had about $1,500 in the Office Supplies account past a few months. Budget transfer is necessary to replace a laptop that has become obsoleted and replace AV equipment in multiple rooms in the office that had been unstable and not consistently functional, as well as to afford other supply needs in the department. How was the account used for the source of transferred funds identified? List any other accounts that were also considered (but not used) as the source of the tranapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3050 1 ARPA Budget Transfer ApprovalsReportREPORT Department: Department of Budget & Management Services Report Title: Board Resolution 22-0637 ARPA Budget Transfer Approvals Report Period: April 1, 2024 - April 30, 2024 Summary: Pursuant to Board Resolution 22-0637, the Department of Budget & Management Services (DBMS) may approve budgetary transfers required to implement the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) initiatives approved by the Board of Commissioners within the special purpose fund established for the County’s allocation of ARPA Funding. Attached, please find a report of all transfers made within the ARPA special purpose fund between April 1, 2024, and April 30, 2024. Please note, the report presents the information in three different formats: Summary of Budget Transfers: reflects a summary of all transfers by fund and department, and the purpose of the transfer. Transfers By Department: reflects all transfers by Department, delineating the accounts out of and into which such transfers were made. Transfers By Fund: reflects all transfers by Fund, delineating the Department or Agenreceive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2916 1 Bills and Claims Report 3/26/2024-4/22/2024ReportREPORT Department: Comptroller’s Office Report Title: Bills and Claims Report Report Period: 3/26/2024 - 4/22/2024 Summary: This report to be received and filed is to comply with the Amended Procurement Code Chapter 34-125 (k). The Comptroller shall provide to the Board of Commissioners a report of all payments made pursuant to contracts for supplies, materials and equipment and for professional and managerial services for Cook County, including the separately elected Officials, which involve an expenditure of $150,000.00 or more, within two (2) weeks of being made. Such reports shall include: 1. The name of the Vendor; 2. A brief description of the product or service provided; 3. The name of the Using Department and budgetary account from which the funds are being drawn; and 4. The contract number under which the payment is being made.receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-1613 1 Contract Amendment A1 Mercer (Voluntary Benefits Admin) 1730-16794Contract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Risk Management Vendor: Mercer Health & Benefits Administration LLC, New York, New York Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Voluntary Benefits Administration Original Contract Period: 7/1/2019 - 6/30/2024 with two (2) two-year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 7/1/2024 - 6/30/2028 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $0.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 6/27/2019, $0.00 Increase Requested: N/A Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/A Contract Number(s): 1730-16794 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance viaapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2584 1 Contract Amendment A1 First Commonwealth Guardian Life Insurance Company (Employer Sponsored Dental Benefits) 1953-17913Contract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Risk Management Vendor: First Commonwealth, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Employer Sponsored Dental Benefits Original Contract Period: 12/1/2021 - 11/30/2024, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 12/1/2024 - 11/30/2026 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $34,344,364.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 7/29/2021, $34,344,364.00 Increase Requested: $26,877,732.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2025 $12,921,986.61, FY 2026 $13,95approvePass Action details Not available
24-2812 1 CCH May Transfer of FundsTransfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Cook County Health and Hospital Services Request: Transfer of Funds Reason: Various Budget Transfers From Account(s): 41200.4890.501010 - Sal/Wag of Reg Employees, $1M, 41210.4891.501010- Sal/Wag of Reg Employees, $1M, 41215.4893.501010 - Sal/Wag of Reg Employees, $1M, 41225.4897.501010 - Sal/Wag of Reg Employees, $7.3M (various programs) To Account(s): 41215.4893.18949.520010 - Ambulance Services $2,000,000 41225.4897. 10490. 521024 - Medical Consultation Services $500,000 41245.4899.12555.520150 - Communication Services $2,800,000 41225.4897.10490.530175 - Institutional Supplies $3,000,000 41210.4891.17775.530175 - Institutional Supplies $2,000,000(see attachment) Total Amount of Transfer: $10,300,000 On what date did it become apparent that the receiving account would require an infusion of funds in order to meet current obligations? What was the balance in the account on that date, and what was the balance 30 days prior to that date? 520010 - Ambulance Service: Additional New Arrivals eapprovePass Action details Not available
24-1373 1 CCDPH Q 2 ReportReportREPORT Department: Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) Report Title: CCDPH Quarter 2 Report Report Period: Q 2 2024 Summary: TBDreferPass Action details Not available
24-2869 1 Proposed Resolution ARPA Healthy CommunitiesResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION ARPA HEALTHY COMMUNITIES PROGRAM INITIATIVES IMPLEMENTED BY THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners via Resolution 21-3654 accepted the ARPA federal award allocated to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19 in the amount of approximately $1,000,372,385.00; and WHEREAS, Resolution 21-3654 further authorized the Cook County Budget Director and Comptroller to create and implement a Special Purpose Fund for the ARPA award and other accounting measures to track the acceptance and spending of the federal award; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners authorized the Chief Financial Officer, Budget Director, Chief Procurement Officer and applicable using agencies to issue grants, contracts and agreements for ARPA programs approved via Resolutions 22-3657 and 22-0637; and WHEapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2870 1 RESOLUTION CALLING FOR A HEARING ON THE UPDATED COOK COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION CALLING FOR A HEARING ON THE UPDATED COOK COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN WHEREAS, the collection, processing and disposal of municipal solid waste is a fundamental responsibility of local governments to protect public health, safeguard the environment, and provide for an improved solid waste management system; and WHEREAS, the Illinois Solid Waste Planning & Recycling Act (415 ILCS 15/) requires Illinois counties to have a solid waste management plan (SWMP), form an advisory committee to help create the plan, and update the SWMP every five years; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Municipal Code: Chapter 30, Article VI: Solid Waste and Recycling, establishes the creation of the solid waste advisory committee, requires the designation of a county solid waste coordinator, and sets forth waste hauler reporting requirements; and WHEREAS, Cook County adopted its original plan in 1996 and the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved plan updates in 2000, 2012, and 2018; and WHEREAS, the 2024 SWMP update was designed by the Cook County DepreferPass Action details Not available
24-0672 1 Contract Amendment for County Line Road North A1 co. number 2144-08042Contract Amendment (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: R.W. Dunteman Company, Addison Illinois Action: Refer to Transportation Committee Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Construction Services Location: County Line Road - Grand Avenue to Lake Street County Board District(s): 17 Original Contract Period: 3/17/2022 - 11/30/2025 Section: 18-W7331-00-RP Proposed Contract Period Extension: N/A Section: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $10,672,616.71 Original Board Approval: 3/17/2022, $10,672,616.71 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $788,672.26 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2024 $788,672.26 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Contract Number(s): 2144-08042 IDOT Contract Number(s): 10225 Federal Project Number(s): NT28(066) Federal Job Number(s)referPass Action details Not available
24-0708 1 Contract Amendment for Pavement Maintenance South A2 co. number 2119-09141Contract Amendment (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Gallagher Asphalt Corporation of Thornton, Illinois Action: Refer to Transportation Committee Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Construction Services Location: Pavement Maintenance Program South 2021 94th Avenue-171st Street to W. 159th Street 135th Street-190 Feet East of Howe Drive to S. Harlem Avenue 167th Street-Kedzie Avenue to California Avenue Wolf Road-Plainfield Road to 31st Street Joe Orr Road-Western Avenue to Ashland Avenue Joe Orr Road-State Street to Cottage Grove Avenue Joe Orr Road-295 ft. West of Love Drive to 1180 ft. East of Stoney Island Avenue Steger Road-Union Street to Ashland Avenue Steger Road-Calumet Expressway to Longwood Drive Narragansett Avenue-State Road to 95 ft. South of W 86th Street County Board District(s): 4, 5, 6 11, 16, 17 Original Contract Period: 2/24/2022 - 11/30/2025 Section: 23-8PVPS-00-GM Proposed Contract PeriodreferPass Action details Not available
24-0956 1 Contract for Brush Chippers - co. number 2306-06130Contract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Chicago United Industries LTD, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): Vermeer BC1800XL Brush Chippers Location: Countywide Section: N/A Contract Value: $562,220.00 Contract period: 7/1/2024 - 6/31/2025 with one (1) one (1) year renewal option Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2024 $562,220.00 Accounts: Capital Equipment: 11569.1500.21120.560155 Capital Equipment Project number 27829 Contract Number(s): 2306-06130 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This contract will allow the Department of Transportation and Highways to make a Capital Equipment Purchase of (4) Vermeer BC1800XL Brush Chippers. This equipment will be used for the chipping of brush, downed trees, and tree related storm debris on Cook County roadways. The vendor wasreferPass Action details Not available
24-2074 1 Contract for Vendor Managed Inventory Program for Fleet Operations (NAPA) - co. number 2245-05062ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Transportation and Highways, Sheriff’s Office, Department of Emergency Management and Regional Security Vendor: Genuine Parts Company d/b/a NAPA, Naperville, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Vendor Managed Inventory Program for Fleet Operations Contract Value: $11,000,000.00 Contract period: 6/1/2024 - 5/31/2027 with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: Department of Transportation and Highways ($4,400,000.00) FY 2024: $750,000.00 FY 2025: $1,450,000.00 FY 2026: $1,450,000.00 FY 2027: $750,000.00 Sheriff’s Office ($6,500,000.00) FY 2024: $1,083,333.00 FY 2025: $2,166,667.00 FY 2026: $2,166,667.00 FY 2027: $1,083,333.00 Emergency Management Services ($100,000.00) FY 2024: $25,000.00 FY 2025: $25,000.00 FY 2026: $25,000.00 FY 2027: $25,000.00 Accounts: Department of Transportation and Highways Operations 11856.1500.15675.540250 Sheriff’s Office Operations 11100.1499.13355.approvePass Action details Not available
24-2525 1 Contract for 175th CM: co. number 2316-05151AContract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: R.M. Chin and Associates, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): Construction Management Services - 175th Street Project Location: Cook County Commissioner District #6 Section: 20-B6125-00-PV Contract Value: $2,492,387.00 Contract period: 5/27/2024 - 10/28/2028 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2024 $947,107.06; FY 2025 $1,370,812.85; FY 2026 $174,467.09 Fiscal Year 11300.1500.29152.560019 11300.1500.29150.560019 11300.1500.29150.521536 (RBI) (MFT) (MFT) FY 2024 $772,391.80 NA $174,715.26 FY 2025 $1,117,935.50 NA $252,877.35 FY 2026 NA $142,282.70 $32,184.39 Accounts: 11300.1500.29152.560019 (RBI), 11300.1500.29150.521536(MFT), 11300.1500.29150.560019 (MFT) Contract Number(s): 2316-05151A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via: Direct participation; The primeapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2528 1 Contract for QC/QA co. number 2316-05040AContract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: County Material Partners - A Joint Venture, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): Material Testing Services Location: Countywide Section: 23-8TEST-01-EG Contract Value: $2,500,000.00 Contract period: 6/27/2024 - 6/26/2027 with two (2) one (1) year renewal options. Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2024 $416,667.00; FY 2025 $833,333.00; FY 2026 $833,333.00; FY 2027 $416,667.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.521536 Contract Number(s): 2316-05040A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via: Direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Contract between Cook County and County Material Partners, A Joint Venture, Chicago, Illinois. This contract provreferPass Action details Not available
24-2529 1 Report Construction Monthly Status – March 2024ReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Report Title: Bureau of Construction Status Report Report Period: 3/1/2024 - 3/31/2024 Action: Receive and File Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests that the status report be received and filed for Construction for the month of March 2024.receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2530 1 Report for Design for Quarterly Engineering StatusReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Report Title: Engineering Status Report Report Period: 12/31/2023 - 3/31/2024 Quarterly Report (1st Quarter) Action: Receive and File Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests that this item be received and filed. The Department is submitting a copy of the Engineering status Report for Quarter ending March 31, 2024receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2726 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for Ainslie StreetIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Village of Harwood Heights Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Construction and Construction Engineering Location: Village of Harwood Heights, Illinois Section: 24-HHAIN-00-PW Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 9 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $385,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.521536 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed intergovernmental agreement between the County and the Village of Harwood Heights. The Village will be the lead agency for construction and construction engineering improvements along Ainslie Street from Harlem Avenue to Oriole Avenue. The County will reimburse the Village for its share of construction and construction engineering costs.referPass Action details Not available
24-2727 1 Improvement Resolution for Harwood Heights - Ainslie Street WideningImprovement Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Project Type: Motor Fuel Tax Project Request: Approval of appropriation of Motor Fuel Tax Funds Project: Harwood Heights - Ainslie Street Widening Location: Village of Harwood Heights, Illinois Section: 24-HHAIN-00-PW County Board District(s): 9 Centerline Mileage: 0.5 miles Fiscal Impact: Fiscal Impact: $385,000.00 (FY24 $192,500.00; FY25 $192,500.00) Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund: 11300.1500.29150.521536 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed improvement resolution for work being done in Harwood Heights. The appropriating funds are for the widening of Ainslie Street from Oriole Avenue to Harlem Avenue in the Village of Harwood Heights in Cook County.referPass Action details Not available
24-2728 1 Maintenance Resolution for Pavement Markings 2025-2028Resolution, Maintenance (Highway)PROPOSED RESOLUTION, MAINTENANCE (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Request: Approval of proposed Maintenance Resolution Type of Project: Motor Fuel Tax Project Maintenance District(s): Countywide County Board District(s): Countywide Fiscal Impact: Fiscal Impact: $12,750,000.00: (FY25 $3,500,000.00; FY26 $3,500,00.00; FY27 $3,500,000.00; FY28 $2,250,000.00) Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax Fund: 11300.1500.29150.540370 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Maintenance Resolution for work done Countywide. The appropriating funds are for the furnishing and installation of pavement markings and reflective pavement markers to maintain center linesreferPass Action details Not available
24-2729 1 Maintenance Resolution for Signage  2025-2028Resolution, Maintenance (Highway)PROPOSED RESOLUTION, MAINTENANCE (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Request: Approval of proposed Maintenance Resolution Type of Project: Motor Fuel Tax Project Maintenance District(s): Countywide County Board District(s): Countywide Fiscal Impact: $4,200,000.00: (FY25 $1,250,000.00; FY26 $1,250,000.00; FY27 $1,250,000.00, FY28 $450,000.00) Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax Fund: 11300.1500.29150.540370 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Maintenance Resolution for work done Countywide. The appropriating funds are for the furnishing, installation, relocation, and removal of signs,referPass Action details Not available
24-2895 1 Amendment to Previously Approved item for 88th Ave - Cork Ave at I-294 InterchangeAmendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Transportation and Highways Request: Amended Resolution Item Number: 19-3515 Fiscal Impact: N/A Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax Fund: 11300.1500.29152.521536 (FY24 = $2,550,000.00) 11300.1500.29152.560019 (FY24 = $849,000.00) 11300.1500.29150.521536 (FY24 = $2,200,000.00; FY25 = $2,500,000.00) 11300.1500.29150.560019 (FY24 = $733,400.00; FY25 = $815,200.00) Original Text of Item: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of a previously approved item for an amendment. An amendment is requested to make the project eligible to expend Rebuild Illinois (RBI) bond funds by checking “Yes” to make this project a bondable capital improvement on the IDOT improvement resolution form BLR 09110referPass Action details Not available
24-2188 1 Asset Management System AmendmentContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Bureau of Asset Management Vendor: eCIFM Solutions, Inc., San Ramon, California Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Asset Management System Software Module Original Contract Period: 2/15/2023 - 2/14/2028, with five (5), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Increase Proposed Contract Period: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $5,902,420.32 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 1/26/2023, $5,902,420.32 Increase Requested: $1,335,210.96 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2024 $250,642.49 FY 2025 $592,507.51, FY2026 $290,605, FY2027 $215,893.15, FY2028 $37,061.66 Accounts: (CEP: 11569.1031.21120.560225) (Operating: 11000.1031.111referPass Action details Not available
24-2250 1 Ardmore Roderick - Arcadis JV Contract AmendmentContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning & Policy Vendor: Ardmore Roderick - Arcadis JV, 1500 W. Carroll, Suite 300, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Professional Services Original Contract Period: 8/1/2022 - 7/31/2026, with two (2) one-year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Increase Proposed Contract Period: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $29,346,084.64 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 7/28/2022, $29,346,084.64 Increase Requested: $2,309,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2024 $594,000.00, FY 2025 $1,075,000.00, FY2026 $640,000.00 Accounts: 11286.1031.63464.520830.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): 213referPass Action details Not available
24-2107 1 City Escape Garden and Design, LLCContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Cook County Department of Facilities Management, Zones 1, 2 and 4 and Cook County Hospital and Health Systems, Zone 3 Vendor: City Escape Garden & Design, LLC., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Landscaping Services Contract Value: $1,392,085.00 Contract period: 6/1/2024 - 5/31/2027, with two (2), One (1) year renewal options. Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: CC DFM: FY 2024 $165,975.78 FY 2025 $331.951.67, FY 2026 $331.951.67 FY 27 $165,975.78 CCHHS: FY 2024 $66,038.33, FY 2025 $132.076.67, FY 2026 $132.076.67, FY 27 $66,038.33. Accounts: CC DFM, Zones 1, 2, and 4: 11100.1200.12355.520390.00000.00000; CCHH, Zone 3: 41225.4897.17775.540360.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): 2345-08242A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via: Direct participation. The Prime Vendor is Certified WBE. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This contractapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2894 1 Forest Preserves Lease AmendmentLease Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED LEASE AMENDMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Request to Extend Lease Agreement Landlord: County of Cook, a body politic and corporate Tenant: Forest Preserves of Cook County Location: 4545 W. Cermak Road, Chicago, Illinois 60623 Term/Extension Period: 6/15/2024 - 6/14/2025 Space Occupied: Approximately 7,685 sq. ft. Monthly Rent: Tenant shall pay rent during the Term in the amount of $1.00 per year, payable upon the Commencement Date. Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: N/A Option to Renew: N/A Termination: Ten (10) days written notice. Utilities Included: N/A Summary: Requesting approval to extend the lease agreement between the County of Cook, a body politic and corporate as Landlord, and the Forest Preserve District of Cook County, an Illinois Special District as Tenant, for the use of approximately 7,685 sq. ft. of building area in the property located at 4545 W. Cermak Rd, Chicago, IL 60623. The Forest Preserves will use the premises for temporary stoapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3030 1 Cook County Legal Aid for Housing and Debt - Impact SummaryReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Economic Development Report Title: Cook County Legal Aid for Housing and Debt - Impact Summary Report Period: N/A Summary: Cook County Legal Aid for Housing and Debt (CCLAHD) is a groundbreaking program that has assisted more than 70,000 Cook County residents with eviction, foreclosure, and consumer debt cases since its inception in November of 2020. Developed at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, CCLAHD is an innovative and nationally recognized partnership between the County, the Circuit Court, The Chicago Bar Foundation, the Illinois Housing Development Authority, the City of Chicago, and many other government, legal, and community partners. The Impact Summary highlights the goals and accomplishments of this important program.referPass Action details Not available
24-2518 1 MA-24-0001 & SU-24-0001New Application for Referral to Zoning Board of AppealsNEW APPLICATION FOR REFERRAL TO THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Request: Map Amendment to rezone the subject property from C-4 General Commercial District to R-8 General Residence District with a Companion Special Use for PUD for a high-density multi-story residential development with 80 units and a senior center. Township: Leyden County District: 16 Property Address: 2450 Mannheim Road, Franklin Park, IL 60131 Property Description: The subject property is approximately 2.46 acres located on the southwest corner of Mannheim Road and Nevada Ave. There are 5 parcels, and the property is vacant. Owner: Town of Leyden. 2501 N. Mannheim Road, Frankline Park, IL 60131 Agent/Attorney: Frederick E. Agustin, Attorney, Law Offices of Samuel V.P. Banks, 221 N. LaSalle St, 38th floor, Chicago, IL 60601 Current Zoning: C-4 General Commercial District Intended use: High density residential developmentreferPass Action details Not available
24-2519 1 MA-24-0002 & SU-24-0002New Application for Referral to Zoning Board of AppealsNEW APPLICATION FOR REFERRAL TO THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Request: Map Amendment to rezone the subject property from R-5 Single Family Residence District to C-6 Automotive Service District and a Companion Special Use for PUD as the property is Environmentally Sensitive Area Township: Hanover County District: 15 Property Address: 161 IL Route 59, Bartlett, IL 60103 Property Description: The subject property is approximately 10 acres. It is a vacant and Environmentally Sensitive Area. Owner: Chicago Title Land Trust Company, Trustee u/t/a/d and 5/1/1980 and known as Trust No. 4732. And Illinois Land trust (c/o Rajiv Singh) 1912 Midwest Club Parkway, Oakbrook, IL 60523 Agent/Attorney: KATRINA MCGUIRE-Attorney, THOMPSON COBURN LLP, 55 E. Monroe St, 37th Floor Chicago, IL 60603 Current Zoning: R-5 Single Family Residence District. Intended use: to operate a self-storge, truck/trailer sharing and leasing service and related retail salesreferPass Action details Not available
24-2891 1 Hillside Senior Apartments - HOME Investment Partnership ProgramHOME Investment Partnerships ProgramPROPOSED HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM Department: Planning and Development Other Part(ies): Turnstone Hillside Senior Apartments LP Request: Cook County’s Department of Planning and Development requests approval of the investment of $2,500,000 HOME Investment Partnership Program funds to support the new construction of Hillside Senior Apartments, a 42-unit affordable senior housing development to be located at 5207 Ridge Avenue in Hillside. Total Development Cost: $18,691,337.00 Project Loan Amount: $2,500,000.00 Fiscal Impact: $2,500,000.00 Account(s): 11900.1013.53638.580170 Summary: Cook County’s Department of Planning and Development staff recommends the investment of $2,500,000 in HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funds for the acquisition and construction of Hillside Seniors Apartments, a new affordable rental housing development for seniors located in west suburban Hillside. The County’s HOME loan will be in a subordinate second position during the construction term (estimated 24-month) springing to a first position permanent loreferPass Action details Not available
24-2892 1 Poupard Place - ARPA PSHResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROPOSAL FOR ARPA PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FUNDING - POUPARD PLACE DEVELOPMENT WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385 of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners via Resolution 21-3654 accepted the ARPA federal award allocated to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19 in the amount of approximately $1,000,372,385.00; and WHEREAS, Resolution 21-referPass Action details Not available
24-2910 1 Aloha Motel - CDBG-CV Fixed-Site ShelterReportPROPOSED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CARES ACT (CDBG-CV) Department: Planning and Development Other Part(ies): BEDS Plus Care, Inc. (or its single-purpose entity, Cicero Avenue Transitional Shelter LLC) Request: CDBG-CV Program Project Loan Total Development Cost: $6,175,000.00 Project Loan Amount: $2,800,000.00 Fiscal Impact: None Account(s): 11900.1013.54026.580170 Summary: Cook County’s Department of Planning and Development staff respectfully submits the recommended investment of $2,800,000 of Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funds to BEDS Plus Care, Inc. (or its wholly-owned, single purpose entity, Cicero Avenue Transitional Shelter, LLC) for the acquisition of the Aloha Motel, an existing hotel located in Chicago directly adjacent to southwest suburban Burbank. The loan will have a thirty-year term, carry no interest, and will be fully forgivable at maturity. The Aloha Motel is currently being leased by BEDS Plus Care, Inc. (BEDS) and operates as a fixed-site shelter for the homeless. CDBG-CV loan funds will be used referPass Action details Not available
24-3002 1 AMZ RE Holding LLC AmendmentAmendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Department of Planning and Development Request: Adding missing P.I.N. Number Item Number: 24-1511 Fiscal Impact: N/A Account(s): N/A Original Text of Item: AMZ RE Holding LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b application containing the following information: Applicant: AMZ RE Holding LLC Address: 1546-1550 Brandy Parkway, Streamwood, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Streamwood Cook County District: 15th District Permanent Index Number: 06-24-407-023-0000 and 06-24-407-023-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Streamwood, Resolution No. 2023-19 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Over 3 years vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - warehousing, manufacturing and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided:approvePass Action details Not available
24-3004 1 Fuchs Lubricant CompanyResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Fuchs Lubricant Company CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: Fuchs Lubricant Company Address: 215 E. 171st Street, Harvey, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: City of Harvey Cook County District: 65th District Permanent Index Number: 29-29-205-023-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Harvey, Resolution No. 2935 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: One (1) week Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - Warehousing and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification System for Assessment drefer as amended in the errataPass Action details Not available
24-3005 1 HPG Holding IncResolution (Class 8) No Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION HPG Holding Inc. CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: HPG Holding Inc. Address: 590 Lincoln Highway, Chicago Heights, IL 60411 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: City of Chicago Heights Cook County District: 5th District Permanent Index Number: 32-19-302-037-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Chicago Heights, Resolution No. 2023-99(a), Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 18 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial use - gas station, and commercial store fronts Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: N/A WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County ClassreferPass Action details Not available
24-2879 1 BHR BiWeekly Report Pay Period 7, 8 and Pay Period 08: Job Architecture and Compensation Report - March 24, 2024 - April 06, 2024ReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Human Resources Report Title: Human Resources Bi-Weekly Activity Reports Report Period: Pay Period 07: March 10, 2024 - March 23, 2024 Pay Period 08: March 24, 2024 - April 6, 2024 Pay Period 08: Job Architecture and Compensation Report - March 24, 2024 - April 06, 2024 Summary: This report lists all new hires and terminations of employees in executive, administrative or professional positions, Grades 17 through 24, and employees in such positions who have transferred positions, received salary adjustments, whose positions have been transferred or reclassified, or employees who are hired into positions as Seasonal Work Employees, Extra Employees, Extra Employees for Special Activities and Employees per Court Order.receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2850 1 Cellco dba Verizon VirelessContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Bureau of Technology Vendor: Cellco Partnership d/b/a Verizon Wireless, Annapolis Junction, Maryland Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Mobile Telecommunication Services Original Contract Period: 10/15/2019 - 10/14/2024, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period:Renewal period 10/15/2024 - 10/14/2025 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $10,000,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement):Board, 10/24/2019, $10,000,000.00 Increase Requested: $2,004,424.03 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s):N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2025 $2,004,424.03 Accounts: 11000-1490-15050-520150 Contract Number(s): referPass Action details Not available
24-2775 1 VACCC FY24 1st Quarter ReportReportREPORT Department: Veterans Assistance Commission of Cook County Report Title: FY24 1st Quarter Report Report Period: December 1, 2023 - February 29, 2024 Summary: VACCC Financial Operating and Direct Disbursements.referPass Action details Not available
24-2873 1 The Network, Chicago, IllinoisPayment ApprovalPROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL Department(s): Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Action: Pay The Network for Domestic Violence advocacy support services Payee: The Network, Chicago, Illinois Good(s) or Service(s): Services Fiscal Impact: FY24 $15,000.00 Accounts: 11100.1310.35095.520830.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): N/A Summary: The Office of the Chief Judge (“OCJ”) seeks payment approval to The Network (“Network”) for providing advocacy support for the court’s after-hours pilot program during the months of December 2023-February 2024. Network has been monitoring the after-hour advocacy services provided to the court and operates the Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline and employs hotline staff 24/7. Additionally, Network operates the Centralized Training Institute (“CTI”) which provides comprehensive legal advocacy training to its members as well as to outside organizations, including OCJ staff in the Domestic Violence Division. Network is an organization of 40+ domestic violence organizations and is very well informed of theapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2938 1 PROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDSTransfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Request: To approve a transfer of funds between accounts within the Office of the Chief Judge. Reason: A transfer of funds is necessary to reconcile deficits with certain operating accounts as a result of cost increases and the payment of expenses that were unplanned for FY2024. From Account(s): 11100.1310.35095.501010 ($100,000) 11100.1440.10155.520830 ($400,000) 11100.1440.35495.501010 ($515,200) 11285.1310.16195.520830 ($300,000) To Account(s): 11100.1310.15345.520209 ($100,000) 11100.1440.35225.530010 ($400,000) 11100.1440.10155.540135 ($515,200) 11285.1310.16195.501010 ($295,712) 11285.1310.16195.501511 ($4,288) Total Amount of Transfer: $1,315,200.00 On what date did it become apparent that the receiving account would require an infusion of funds in order to meet current obligations? What was the balance in the account on that date, and what was the balance 30 days prior to that date? In April 2024, the Office of the Chief Judge conducteapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2852 1 Various VendorsContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Office of the Chief Judge, Adult Probation and Social Service Departments, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: Cornell Intervention, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Gateway Foundation Inc., Chicago, Illinois McDermott Center DBA Haymarket Center, Chicago, Illinois WestCare Illinois, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Substance Abuse Treatment and Counseling Services Contract Value: Cornell Intervention- $625,000.00 Gateway Foundation Inc. - $625,000.00 McDermott Center DBA Haymarket Center- $625,000.00 WestCare Illinois, Inc. - $325,000.00 Contract period: 6/1/2024 - 5/31/2027 with two (2) one-year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2024 $350,000.00-11326; $25,000.00-11328 FY 2025 $700,000.00-11326-$25,000.00-11328 FY 2026 $700,000.00-11326-$25,000.00-11328 FY 2027 $350,000.00-11326-$25,000.00-11328 Accounts: 11326.1310.35710.521024.00000.00000 11328.1310.19400.520830.00000.00000 ContractapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2864 1 Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, IllinoisIntergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Adult Probation Department, Circuit Court of Cook County Other Part(ies): Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, Illinois Request: Request to Approve Intergovernmental Agreement Goods or Services: Transit vouchers to support court compliance Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: 6/1/2024 - 5/31/2029 Fiscal Impact: FY 2025 $50,000.00 FY 2026 $50,000.00 FY 2027 $50,000.00 FY 2028 $50,000.00 FY 2029 $50,000.00 Accounts: 11326.1310.17990.520470.00000.00000 11900.1310.54541.530606.00000.00000 Summary: The Office of the Chief Judge, Adult Probation Department (“APD”), seeks approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the Chicago Transit Authority for local public transportation card services. APD is charged with improving accessibility to public transportation to increase compliance with court-mandated conditions of supervision and release and increasing access to cognitive programming and other treatment modalities. Based on client need the court seeks to purchase single day passes approvePass Action details Not available
24-2967 2 Runbeck Payment ApprovalPayment ApprovalPROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL Department(s): County Clerk Action: For Payment Only Payee: Runbeck Election Services Good(s) or Service(s): Vote by Mail Ballot Kits Fiscal Impact: $312,687.19 Accounts: 11306.1110.35160.520490 Contract Number(s): Contract #2357-11151 Summary: The Cook County Clerk's Office is requesting approval for payment to Runbeck Election Services of $312,687.19. This request of payment was delayed due to the transition of the Clerk and the process of addressing the new approval protocol allowing the Clerk’s Office to return to a normal business cycle in which the contract period expired therefore requiring board approval.approvePass Action details Not available
24-2754 1 OIIG Quarterly Report - 1st Qtr 2024ReportREPORT Department: Office of the Independent Inspector General Report Title: Independent Inspector General Quarterly Report, 1st Quarter 2024 Report Period: January 1, 2024 - March 31, 2024 Summary: This report was written in accordance with Section 2-287 of the Independent Inspector General Ordinance, Cook County, Ill., Ordinances 07-O-52 (2007) (“OIIG Ordinance”), to apprise the President and the County Board of the activities of this office during the time period beginning January 1, 2024 through March 31, 2024. It is being placed on the County Board meeting agenda for receipt and file or referral to the Litigation Committee pursuant to Section 2-287 of the OIIG Ordinance.referPass Action details Not available
24-2811 1 OIIG MWRD 3rd Amendment to IGAIntergovernmental Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Office of the Independent Inspector General Other Part(ies): Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorize execution of Third Amendment to Intergovernmental Agreement Goods or Services: The Independent Inspector General’s Office provides IG services to the MWRD Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: 5/17/2024 - 5/16/2025 Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: Revenue deposited in OIIG appropriation account 11000.1080.10155.580420 Summary: In May 2019, the County/OIIG and MWRD entered into an IGA whereby the OIIG would provide IG services to the MWRD in the manner set forth in the Cook County OIIG enabling ordinance. The MWRD has requested to extend such services under the proposed IGA Third Amendment.approvePass Action details Not available
24-2758 1 Idemia - CABS - 2nd Extension & IncreaseContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Cook County Sheriff’s Office Vendor: IDEMIA Identity and Security USA, Reston, Virginia Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Computer-Aided Booking System (CABS) Maintenance and Support Original Contract Period: 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2021, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Extension and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Extension period 7/1/2024 -6/30/2025 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $4,584,698.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 6/29/2016, $4,573,250.00 Increase Requested: $75,859.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): 9/9/2021, $11,448.00 Previous Board Renewals: 5/12/2022, 7/1/2022 - 6/30/2023 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 9/9/2021, 7/1/2021 - 6/30/2022 Previous Board Extension(s):5/25/2023, 7/1/2023 - 6/30/2024 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A approvePass Action details Not available
24-2766 1 Security EquipmentContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Cook County Sheriff’s Office Vendor: Advance Security Resources, LLC, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Security Equipment Original Contract Period: 6/14/2022 - 6/13/2025 with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Increase Proposed Contract Period: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $122,776.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Procurement, 7/12/2022, $122,776.00 Increase Requested: $306,940.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2024 $306,940.00 Accounts: Court Services: 11569.1230.21120.560155. $217,740.00 (FY2024 CCP CEP 28607 -Institutional Equipment); Department of Corrections: 11569.1239.21120approvePass Action details Not available
24-2770 1 IGA- Grundy County - IIC HousingIntergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Cook County Sheriff’s Office Other Part(ies): Sheriff of Grundy County, Morris, Illinois Request: Authorization to enter into and execute an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Cook County Sheriff’s Office and the County of Grundy, on behalf of the Sheriff of Grundy County Goods or Services: The Sheriff of Grundy County provides boarding and lodging to individuals in custody from the Cook County Department of Corrections at a rate of $65.00 per day, plus medical expenses for up to (50) Individuals in Custody Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: Upon execution of this agreement by all parties and shall remain in effect until terminated by either party. Fiscal Impact: $166,075.00 Annually Accounts: 11100.1239.16875.520330 - Lodging for Non-Employees Summary: Authorization for the County of Cook on behalf of the Cook County Sheriff’s Office to enter into and execute an Intergovernmental Agreement with the County of Grundy on behalf of the Sheriff of Grundy County to provide boarding aapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2738 1 IOS Solutions Amendment 2, Time OnlyContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Cook County Merit Board Vendor: Industrial/Organizational Solutions, Inc., Oakbrook, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Law Enforcement Entry-Level and Promotional Testing Services Original Contract Period: 7/1/2020 - 6/30/2023, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 7/1/2024 - 6/30/2025 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $539,530.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 6/18/2020, $489,530.00 Increase Requested: N/A Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): 1/30/2023, $50,000.00 Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 1/30/2023, 7/1/2023 - 6/30/2024 Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: 11100.1249.10155.520830 (Professional Services) ContracapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2595 1 Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services “IHFS”Grant AwardPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office “CCSAO” Other Part(ies): Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services “IHFS” Request: Requesting authorization to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with Illinois’s Department of Healthcare and Family Services on behalf of Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office’s Child Support Services Division. The agreement would provide the CCSAO with $25,106,000.00 as follows: $12,029,808.00 for the period of 7/1/2024 - 6/30/2025 and $13,076,192.00 for the period of 7/1/2025 - 6/30/2026 under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. The Agreement is contingent upon and subject to the availability of sufficient funds, per section 3.1 of the Agreement. The Budget Department has received all requisite documents. Goods or Services: CCSAO’s Child Support Services Division will offer the citizens of Cook County child support services. Agreement Number(s): 2025-55-025 Agreement Period: 7/1/2024 - 6/30/2026 Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: 11900.1250.54471.XXXXXX for FED anapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2598 1 U.S. Department of JusticeGrant Award AmendmentPROPOSED GRANT AWARD AMENDMENT Department: Cook County’s State’s Attorney’s Office Grantee: Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Grantor: U.S. Department of Justice Request: Authorization to increase funding. Purpose: Agencies may use funds only for law enforcement purposes, in alignment with grantor’s guidelines. Supplemental Grant Amount: $289,328.00 Grant Period: 12/1/2023 - 11/30/2024 Extension Period: N/A Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: 11900.1250. 53583.xxxxx Date of Previous Board Authorization for Grant: 11/16/2023 Previous Grant Amount: $2,558,699.00 Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents. Summary: State and local law enforcement agencies receive equitable sharing funds by participating jointly with Department of Justice “DOJ” agencies on investigations that lead to the seizure and forfeiture of property. Once an investigation is completed and the seized assets are forfeited, the assisting state and local law enforcement agencies can request a share of the forfeited assets, or aapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2572 1 IN OBSERVANCE OF MEMORIAL DAY MAY 27, 2024Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION IN OBSERVANCE OF MEMORIAL DAY MAY 27, 2024 WHEREAS, since its founding in 1831, Cook County has been blessed with thousands of selfless patriots who devoted their lives to the safety and freedom of their state and nation, no matter the cost; and WHEREAS, in times of war, Cook County's citizens have sent their beloved brethren into combat far from home, bearing loss of life and limb; and WHEREAS, Cook County citizens have never failed to fulfill their solemn duty to defend liberty; both for themselves and for others - by military service across the generations; and WHEREAS, Cook County citizens have given their lives in every American conflict since the County's founding, including the Civil War, the Spanish­ American War, two World Wars, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, the War on Terrorism, and other conflicts; and WHEREAS, the County of Cook has always honored the immeasurable wartime and peacetime contributions and sacrifice of the men and women of the United States Armed Forces; and WHEREAS, the act of remembrance for all falapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3051 1 ANNA LEAH VANES, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION ANNA LEAH VANES, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Anna Vanes from our midst, and WHEREAS Anna Vanes was the beloved wife of the late Peter Vanes, and WHEREAS Anna Vanes was the loving mother of Dean M. Vanes and the late Michael S. Vanes, and WHEREAS Anna Vanes was the devoted daughter of the late Gus Manos and the late Lillian Manos, and WHEREAS Anna Vanes was the dear sister of the late Connie Manos, and WHEREAS Anna Vanes was the fond cousin of many, and WHEREAS all who knew her will attest that Anna Vanes was a kind and compassionate woman, virtuous of character and gentle in spirit, admired and respected by her many friends and neighbors, and dearly loved by her family, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of Cook County that the Board does hereby extend its deepest condolences and most heartfelt sympathy to the family and many friends of Anna Vanes and joins them in sorrow at this time of loss, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this text be spread upapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2725 1 CELEBRATING THE VICTORY OF THE WENDELL PHILLIPS WILDCATS BASKETBALL TEAM IN THE CHAMPIONSHIPConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE VICTORY OF THE WENDELL PHILLIPS WILDCATS BASKETBALL TEAM IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP WHEREAS, Wendell Phillips high school is proudly located in Cook County’s 3rd District in the Bronzeville neighborhood. Wendell Phillips High School, the oldest African American school in the city of Chicago and has a rich and proud legacy of producing accomplished graduates who made and will continue to make significant contributions in various fields throughout society; and WHEREAS, the Wendell Phillips Wildcats achieved an incredible milestone by winning the IHSA Class 2A basketball state championship. Phillips’ first such victory in more than 49 years; and WHEREAS, the team faced formidable opponents with unwavering determination, showcasing resilience and teamwork in every game. The Wildcats resolve and hard work culminated in a title clenching victory in Champaign, Illinois, over Benton Consolidated High School by a score of 54-47; and WHEREAS, The Wildcats, composed of talented young men who came together over the past seven months, includapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2965 1 RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF DORIS FORDConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF DORIS FORD WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom called from our midst Doris Ford, on Wednesday, April 17, 2024, at the age of 83; and WHEREAS, Doris Ford, was the beloved wife of Edward Ford, and she passed in their Jackson Park Highlands home in the arms of her husband on their 65th wedding anniversary; and WHEREAS, Doris was born on a farm in Opelika, Alabama, to a family of eight children, and received her early formal education and religious instruction there, before migrating to Chicago with her mother and younger brother when she was 9 years old; and WHEREAS, the family settled in the newly integrated Park Manor community, and Doris graduated from Parker High School in 1958; and WHEREAS, she and her husband eventually met at the Grand Ballroom at 6351 S. Cottage Grove Avenue at a dance, “It was love at first sight,” remarked Mr. Ford, and they were married on April 17, 1959; and WHEREAS, Mrs. Ford helped her husband establish and run the only African American-owned jeweler shop on Chicago’s Jewelers Row DistapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2966 1 COMMEMORATING NATIONAL MILITARY APPRECIATION MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION COMMEMORATING NATIONAL MILITARY APPRECIATION MONTH IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, May is National Military Appreciation Month, introduced by late Senator John McCain and designated by Congress in 1999, which gives our nation the opportunity to honor the service and sacrifice of servicemembers and their families; and WHEREAS, not only do we reflect on Memorial Day the sacrifice and service of those who gave all, but the month also marks several other military anniversaries and events, including Military Spouse Appreciation Day, Loyalty Day, VE Day, Public Service Recognition Week, and Armed Forces Day; and WHEREAS, this month as we celebrate current and former members of our military and their families, it is important to encourage all citizens to observe the month as a symbol of unity and recognize that as Americans we have more in common than not; and WHEREAS, we honor the sacrifice of generations of military men and women by our commitment to community and country, and to preserving our freedoms and our democracy they so valiantly fought and continue toapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3111 1 Berkeley CentennialConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO COMMEMORATE THE VILLAGE OF BERKLEY’S CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY WHEREAS, In 1835 the area that was to become Berkeley was home to farmers, most of German and Dutch Ancestry; and WHEREAS, In 1836 St. Charles Road, a stretch of roadway from St. Charles to Chicago, was built; and WHEREAS, In 1845 Peter Bohlander donated land at the southeast corner of St. Charles Road and Taft Avenue for the purpose of burying family, friends and neighbors, and is now known as Old Settler's Cemetery; and WHEREAS, A small group of farm families established a one-room school called Sunnyside in 1848. Now housed in a larger and newer building, Sunnyside Elementary School still operates today; and WHEREAS, The 1902 completion of the Chicago, Aurora & Elgin Railroad gave the area its first passenger rail service at a stop called Berkeley; and WHEREAS, The first subdivided plots of land for residential building were advertised for sale in 1908; and WHEREAS, Residential construction brought new residents, many of whom were English, to the area; and WHapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2022 1 COMMENDING MARION NZINGA STAMPSConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION COMMENDING MARION NZINGA STAMPS AND THE SISTERS OF THE STRUGGLE FOR THEIR DECADES OF ADVOCACY WHEREAS, Marion Nzinga Stamps and the Sisters of the Struggle (SOS), comprising Regina Harvey Stewart, Nianna Hickman, JoAnn Barron, Pauline Marshall, Addie Feazell, Polly Triplett, Makeda London, Pauline Marshall, Joyce Flake, Renay Wright, Bobbi Lockhart, Eunice Banks, and Marcia Jones, have demonstrated unwavering dedication to social justice and community empowerment since the 1970s; and, WHEREAS, the Sisters of the Struggle, based in the Cabrini Green community, emerged as powerful advocates for fair housing and public housing, championing the rights of residents in the face of housing discrimination and inequality; and, WHEREAS, the SOS played a pivotal role in the historic election of Chicago's first black mayor, Harold Washington, breaking down racial barriers and paving the way for increased representation in the city's leadership; and. WHEREAS, the Sisters of the Struggle exhibited exceptional leadership by driving Chicago's first womanapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2939 1 ACKNOWLEDGING LUPUS AWARENESS MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION ACKNOWLEDGING LUPUS AWARENESS MONTH WHERAS, in 1851 Lupus was defined as an autoimmune disease. Documented research leads to the advancement of the understanding and diagnosis of lupus as an autoimmune disease. There is no known cause of lupus, and; WHERAS, women ages 15 to 44 of certain racial or ethnic groups including people who are African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or Pacific Islander People who have a family member with lupus or another autoimmune disease are gravely impacted, and; WHERAS, this inflammatory disease is caused when the immune system attacks its own tissues and affects the overall well-being of the person in many ways. It also impacts the physical, emotional, and economic aspects of a person’s life, and; WHERAS, the history of lupus, although dating back at least to the Middle Ages, has experienced an explosion in this century, especially during the modern era over the past 60 years. It is hoped that this growth of new knowledge will allow a better understanding of immunopathogenesis of the diseasapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3148 1 HONORING PRESIDENT RICHARD PHELANConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING PRESIDENT RICHARD PHELAN WHEREAS, it is with profound sorrow and deep respect that we, the Cook County Board, acknowledge the passing of Richard "Dick" Phelan, a distinguished figure whose life's work has left an indelible mark on our community and beyond; and WHEREAS, Dick Phelan, a valiant survivor of six bouts of cancer over the past 25 years, departed peacefully at the age of 87, just two days shy of his birthday, with his devoted wife, Barbara, by his side in their cherished home in Chicago's north suburban Lake Forest; and WHEREAS, born on March 29, 1937, in Chicago, Dick Phelan was the eldest son of Jane and Jack Phelan, a respected lawyer and precinct captain, and proudly hailed from Chicago's North Side, where he received his early education at Our Lady of Lourdes grade school and Quigley Seminary Preparatory School; and WHEREAS, Dick's academic pursuits led him to excel, earning a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame and subsequently achieving his Juris Doctorate frapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3176 1 HONORING THE LIFE AND MEMORY OF RIKKI JONES HONORING THE LIFE AND MEMORY OF RIKKI JONES Honoring the Life and Memory of Rikki JonesConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND MEMORY OF RIKKI JONES WHEREAS, Rikki Jones dedicated her life to the relentless pursuit of civil rights and true equality, advocating fervently for marginalized communities; and WHEREAS, Rikki Jones served as an exemplary mentor to countless community leaders and elected officials, sharing her wisdom and passion for justice; and WHEREAS, Rikki Jones exhibited unwavering dedication to the welfare of Chicago's youth, actively collaborating with educational leaders to ensure equitable access to quality education for all children in our city; and WHEREAS, Rikki Jones's profound impact on Cook County and the state of Illinois will endure as a testament to her tireless advocacy and commitment to progress; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cook County Board of Commissioners does hereby recognize the Cook County Democratic Women Organization, comprising dedicated Democratic women across our County, and stands in solemn solidarity to honor the memory and legacy of Rikki Jones; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of approvePass Action details Not available
24-3211 1 HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF REVEREND WALTER “SLIM” COLEMANConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF REVEREND WALTER “SLIM” COLEMAN WHEREAS, Rev. Walter “Slim” Coleman lived a beautiful life filled with friends and family. Unfortunately, he lost his life on April 16, 2024; and WHEREAS, Rev. Walter “Slim” Coleman's activist and organizing work in Chicago dates back to the Civil Rights and antiwar movements of the 1960’s; and WHEREAS, Rev. Walter “Slim” Coleman was raised in Lubbock, Texas before entering Harvard University on a scholarship. He left Harvard a month before graduation to begin his work in activism but returned to finish his education there almost 20 years later; and WHEREAS, during the 1960s, Rev. Walter "Slim" Coleman traveled to Cleveland, Ohio to work at the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee under the leadership of James Forman. This organization consisted mainly of Black college students who practiced peaceful, direct-action protests that ultimately led to civil rights victories; and WHEREAS, Rev. Walter “Slim” Coleman and Kathy Archibald - two white Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee members -deferPass Action details Not available
24-3158 1 MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION DECLARING THE MONTH OF MAY MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, mental health is essential to everyone’s health; and; WHEREAS, mental illness is a condition that affects a person’s thinking, feeling, behavior and mood; and; WHEREAS, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience mental illness each year; 1 in 20 U.S. adults experience serious mental illness; 1 in 6 youth ages 6-17 experience a mental disorder each year; 50% of all lifetime illness began by age 14 and 75% by age 24; and suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death of children ages 10-14; and; WHEREAS, there are several challenges in life that can impact mental health whether it is due to socioeconomics or the loss of a love one; and; WHEREAS, Cook County Government has committed 112 million dollars through ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) for Cook County Behavioral Health; and; WHEREAS, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act the largest investment in youth mental health and; WHEREAS, President BideapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3182 1 Internal Audit MonthConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING MAY AS INTERNAL AUDIT AWARENESS MONTH WHEREAS, The month of May is recognized as Internal Audit Awareness Month; and WHEREAS, internal auditing is a vital part of strengthening organizations and ensures ethical and effective leadership in the public and private sectors; and WHEREAS, internal auditing helps identify an organization’s risks and ensure policies and procedures are in place and working properly; and WHEREAS, internal auditing has a globally recognized code of ethics and International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing; and WHEREAS, the mission of the Office of the County Auditor (OCA) is to provide independent and objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve the County’s operations while promoting transparency and accountability in government; and WHEREAS, the OCA assists the County in accomplishing its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of countywide risk management, control, and governance proapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3183 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING THE HONORABLE ACHARYA PRAYAGRAJ HULEConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING THE HONORABLE ACHARYA PRAYAGRAJ HULE WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, the Honorable Acharya Prayagraj Hule is an extraordinary Vedanta philosopher hailing from a distinguished business lineage in Mumbai, India; and WHEREAS, Cook County’s strength is in its diversity and the Honorable Acharya Prayagraj Hule is an example of that; THEREFORE, BE IT REapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3184 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING ANNU KHOTConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING ANNU KHOT WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Ms. Annu Khot is an attorney by education and now the Managing Partner of Rely Services, and a recent investor in local healthcare and cannabis businesses; and WHEREAS, Cook County’s strength is in its diversity and Ms. Annu Khot is an example of that; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the Cook County BoapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3185 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING NEIL KHOTConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING NEIL KHOT WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Mr. Neil Khot is the founding Member of Federation of Indian Associations, Chicago; Founder and CEO of Rely Services Inc., a global information technology and BPO organization, and President of Woodfield Office Condo Association; and WHEREAS, Cook County’s strength is in its diversity and Mr. Neil Khot is an exapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3186 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING DR. SREENIVAS REDDYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING DR. SREENIVAS REDDY WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Dr. Sreenivas Reddy is a board-certified Diagnostic Radiologist with fellowship training in Vascular and Interventional Radiology from Rush-Presbyterian- St. Luke’s Center, Chicago, a member of Society of Interventional Radiology, American College of Phlebology and Radiological Society of North America, and approvePass Action details Not available
24-3187 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING DR. SANTOSH KUMARConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING DR. SANTOSH KUMAR WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Dr. Santosh Kumar is a counselor, attorney, professor, community leader, and businesswoman, the founder and the Executive Director of Metropolitan Asian Family Services; and WHEREAS, Cook County’s strength is in its diversity and Dr. Santosh Kumar is an example of that; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, tapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3188 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING HITESH GANDHIConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING HITESH GANDHI WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Mr. Hitesh Gandhi is a Microbiologist with over 25 years of working in the healthcare industry, the past President of Gandhi Samaj of Chicago, and a real estate entrepreneur; an WHEREAS, Cook County’s strength is in its diversity and Mr. Hitesh Gandhi is an example of that; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, tapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3190 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING NEAL PATELConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING NEAL PATEL WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Mr. Neal Patel is a seasoned professional with two decades in the healthcare industry who has navigated the intricate landscapes of patient care and organizational leadership as a CEO of Medstar Laboratory, Inc.; and WHEREAS, Cook County’s strength is in its diversity and Mr. Neal Patel is an example of that; approvePass Action details Not available
24-3192 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING SUNIL SHAHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING SUNIL SHAH WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Cook County celebrates the vast contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our communities; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in our District's social, economic, and democratic success, as well as their role in making Cook County a great place with diverse culture; and WHEREAS, we acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of the particular individuals named below, who have made great contributions and selfless efforts and helped develop a great working relationship with the Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Mr. Sunil Shah is the founder of Federation of Indian Associations, Chicago, a successful insurance business entrepreneur based in Greater Chicago Area; and, WHEREAS, Cook County’s strength is in its diversity and Mr. Sunil Shah is an example of that; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the Cook County BoapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3219 1 CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF CANDY GORDONConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF CANDY GORDON WHEREAS, Candy Gordon was born in Chicago, IL February 23, 1968, to Elaine D. Lunkins Randolph Littleton Sr., and; WHEREAS, Candy confessed a hope in Christ at an early age with faith to live again in the presence of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and; WHEREAS, Candy graduated from Proviso East High School in 1985. She continued her education with a focus in Psychology at Triton College and Governor State University, and; WHEREAS, Candy displayed her love for others through her work with Jane Addams Hull House, Chicago, IL., Clearbrook in Arlington Height, IL, and the Association for Individual Development in Aurora, IL. She made her mark in Nashville, TN working the YMCA, Monroe Harding, Inc., and Mental Health Cooperative, and; WHEREAS, Candy had a heart for the most vulnerable. She was passionate about her work with youth and domestic violence survivors, and; WHEREAS, Candy enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. She was true to her hometown, Chicago. She also loved to travel. NOW, THERapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3239 1 HONORING THE LIFE & LEGACY OF FALLEN CHICAGO POLICE OFFICER LUIS M. HUESCAConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE & LEGACY OF FALLEN CHICAGO POLICE OFFICER LUIS M. HUESCA WHEREAS, Police Officer Luis M. Huesca’s, Star No. 18919, life was tragically taken in the Gage Park neighborhood while coming home from duty on Sunday, April 21, 2024, just two days shy of his 31st birthday; and WHEREAS, Officer Huesca was born in Chicago's Avondale community on April 23, 1993 to Emiliano Huesca Sr. and Edith Huesca and was the beloved brother of Emiliano Huesca Jr., Liliana (James) O’Brien; and WHEREAS, Officer Huesca and his family moved to Bolingbrook, Illinois where he attended Plainfield East High School; and WHEREAS, Officer Huesca earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC); and WHEREAS, Officer Huesca took the oath to become a police officer on March 16, 2018 and was a six-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department (CPD) at the time of his death; and WHEREAS, Officer Huesca served his City in the CPD’s Calumet (5th) District on the South Side as a member of the Priority Response tedeferPass Action details Not available
24-3251 1 HONORING IGNOTZ RISTORANTE’S 25TH ANNIVERSARYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING IGNOTZ RISTORANTE’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY WHEREAS, Ignotz Ristorante (“Ignotz”) is a family-owned and operated Italian restaurant located in the Heart of Chicago neighborhood; and WHEREAS, Ignotz opened its doors in 1999 by Joan and Roger Wroblewski who intended to bring traditional Italian cuisine to the communities of the Southwest side of Chicago; and WHEREAS, Roger lived in the Heart of Chicago his whole life and always dreamed of opening a restaurant; and WHEREAS, through Rogers's passion, drive, and determination, he made this dream come true with his wife, Joan by opening a restaurant and naming it Ignotz Ristorante after Joan’s late father, Ignac Glavac; and WHEREAS, Mr. Ignac Glavac taught those around him the value of hard work, dedication, and passion for cooking. His legacy lives on in every dish Ignotz’s serves; and WHEREAS, Ignotz is still family-owned and run after 25 years. Roger and Joan’s three daughters, Alexis, Olivia, and Isabella have worked at Ignotz and have their names featured on the menu; and WHEREAS, Ignotz’s delicious traapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3252 1 CELEBRATING THE 4TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ILLINOIS UNIDOS AND DECLARING COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER DAYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE 4TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ILLINOIS UNIDOS AND DECLARING COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER DAY WHEREAS, established in 2020, Illinois Unidos (IL Unidos) is a coalition of 150+ Latinx healthcare providers, policymakers, experts, nonprofits, and leaders; and WHEREAS, IL Unidos’s mission is to fiercely champion equitable responses and recovery efforts in the face of the profound impact of COVID-19 within the Latinx community; and WHEREAS, IL Unidos advocated to policymakers and public sectors to acknowledge the COVID-19 impact on the Latinx community after finding out that demographics of the Latinx community were not captured at any level of government; and WHEREAS, since its inception, IL Unidos has championed four pivotal realms of empowerment and growth: (1) Community Health Worker Training, (2) Culturally Empowered Public Health Education, (3) Capacity Building, and (4) Unyielding Advocacy for Policy Change; and WHEREAS, through these pillars, IL Unidos has served as a catalyst for important outreach, funding, and policy achievements- one of the most iapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3249 1 RECOGNIZING MAY AS JEWISH AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING MAY AS JEWISH AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH WHEREAS, Jewish American Heritage Month was first celebrated 18 years with a proclamation on April 20, 2006; and WHEREAS, Jewish American Heritage Month celebrates the achievements and contributions of Jewish Americans; and WHEREAS, the recognition of heritage months is vital not only to celebrate and uplift the histories and cultures of others, but also serves to broaden our knowledge, understanding and compassion for those with lived experiences that are different from our own; and WHEREAS, Illinois is fortunate to be the home to many famous and history-altering Jewish Americans including Betty Friedan, Peoria-born feminist writer and activist leader in the women’s movement who co-founded the National Organization for Women (NOW); former Chicago Teacher’s Union President Karen Lewis; community advocate and activist Saul Alinsky known as a community organizer for betterment of Chicago residents; and WHEREAS, the political field in Illinois is home to many Jewish American leaders including thapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3250 1 CELEBRATING DOUG COLLINSConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING DOUG COLLINS AND HIS INDUCTION TO THE NAISMITH MEMORIAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME WHEREAS, former Chicago Bulls head coach, and Glenview resident, Doug Collins will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of the 2024 Hall of Fame class; and WHEREAS, Doug Collins was born in Christopher, Illinois; and WHEREAS, Doug Collins grew up in Benton, Illinois, where he enjoyed a successful high school basketball career at Benton Consolidated High School; and WHEREAS, Doug Collins attended Illinois State University where he continued to hone his basketball skills; and WHEREAS, Doug Collins was first drafted into the NBA in 1973 by the Philadelphia 76ers, where he played for eight seasons; and WHEREAS, Doug Collins was named as an NBA All-Star four times in his career; and WHEREAS, Doug Collins retired as an NBA player in 1981 after a series of injuries; and WHEREAS, Doug Collins was a prolific coach, leading some of the most preeminent teams in the league; and WHEREAS, began his coaching careerapprovePass Action details Not available
24-3248 1 HONORING MAY AS ASIAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING MAY AS ASIAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH WHEREAS, the month of May is recognized as Asian American Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, there were approximately 409,000 Asian Americans in Cook County representing 7.7% of the County’s population in 2020, and Asian Americans experienced a 28.2% population increase, the highest minority population growth rate in Cook County, between 2010 and 2020, according to the U.S. Census Bureau; and WHEREAS, Asian Americans come from over 40 countries across East Asia, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, and South Asia, speaking 2,300 languages and dialects, and a myriad of religions; and WHEREAS, The American story would not be possible without the strength, contributions, and legacies of Asian Americans who have helped build and unite this country in each successive generation from connecting the East to the West, farming fields, starting businesses, caring for our loved ones and honorably serving our Nation in uniform; and WHEREAS, May was chosen for two reasons. First, to commemorate the immigration of the firstapprovePass Action details Not available
24-1904 1 Enercon Ltd. DBA Grumman Butkus Associates ContractContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Cook County Health - Operations and Development and Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Enercon Ltd. dba Grumman Butkus Associates Evanston, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Service - Mechanical, Engineering, and Plumbing (MEP) System Upgrades to Stroger Hospital - Powerhouse Only Contract Value: $2,061,200.00 Contract period: 5/1/2024 7/1/2024 - 4/30/2027 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2024 $400,789.00, FY 2025 $687,066.50, FY 2026 $687,066.50, FY 2027 $286,278y.00 Accounts: 41569.4031.11190.560107.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): H24-25-073 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via: Direct participation. The CCH Chief Procurement Officer Concurs Summary: This request is for the provision of engineering design services for upgrades to the powerhouse MEP systems at Stroger Hospital. The vendor shall perform a complete examination of Stroger’s MEP systems in conjapprove as amendedPass Action details Not available
24-1905 1 Enercon Ltd. dba Grumman Butkus Associates ContractContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Cook County Health - Operations and Development and Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Enercon Ltd. dba Grumman Butkus Associates Evanston, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Architectural and Engineering Design Services for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) Upgrades (John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital Only) Contract Value: $1,547,100.00 Contract period: 5/1/2024 7/1/2024 - 4/30/2027 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2024 $214,875.00, FY 2025 $515,700.00, FY 2026 $515,700.00, FY 2027 $300,825.00 Accounts: 41569.4031.11190.560107.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): H24-25-074 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via: Direct participation. The CCH Chief Procurement Officer Concurs Summary: This request is for the provision of engineering services for the design, engineering, and construction administration services for implementation of mechanical and electrical infrastrucapprove as amendedPass Action details Not available
24-2219 1 Resolution to Advance Build Up Cook ImplementationResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE ARPA FUNDS TO SUPPORT BUILD UP COOK PROGRAM OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ASSET MANAGEMENT WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385B of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners via Resolution 21-3654 accepted the ARPA federal award allocated to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19 in the amount of approximately $1,000,372,385.00; and WHEREAS, ResolutiapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2502 1 4800 W. Chicago Lease AgreementLease AgreementPROPOSED LEASE AGREEMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Approval to enter into a lease agreement. Landlord: Westside Health Authority Tenant: Cook County Health Location: 4800 W. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60651 Term/Extension Period: 7/23/2024 - 7/22/2029 Space Occupied: 13,790 SF Monthly Rent: 7/23/2024 - 7/22/2025, $42,908.01. 7/23/2025 - 7/22/2026, $43,771.38. 7/23/2026 - 7/22/2027, $44,654.29. 7/23/2027 - 7/22/2028, $45,557.24. 7/23/2028 - 7/22/2029, $46,480.72 Fiscal Impact: $2,680,459.70 Accounts: 41215.4893.10700.550130.00000.00000 Option to Renew: Option to renew for two (2) five (5) year terms, with a 2% annual base rent escalations per Board Approval Termination: N/A Utilities Included: Yes for electricity and natural gas, no for water Summary/Notes: Cook County Health (CCH) uses the premises for the purpose of providing medical services to the public and for ancillary office and storage purposes. Landlord will provide a $75,000.00 tenant improvement allapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2561 1 Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc. SubleaseLease AgreementPROPOSED LEASE AGREEMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Request to Sublease Property Landlord: Xeris Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Tenant: Cook County Location: 180 N. LaSalle St. Chicago, Illinois Term/Extension Period: 7/1/2024 - 6/30/2031 Space Occupied: 40,850 Square Feet Monthly Rent: 7/1/2024 - 6/30/2025 $97,018.75 7/1/2025 - 6/30/2026 $100,422.92 7/1/2026 - 6/30/2027 $103,827.08 7/1/2027 - 6/30/2028 $107,231.25 7/1/2028 - 6/30/2029 $110,635.42 7/1/2029 - 6/30/2030 $114,039.58 7/1/2030 - 6/30/2031 $117,443.75 Fiscal Impact: $8,256,561.75 Accounts: 11900.1250.54471.550131----66% Federal 11900.1250.54472.550131----34% State Option to Renew: N/A Termination: Sublandlord may not terminate unless County provides written consent. If the Master Lease is terminated for any reason whatsoever prior to its natural expiration, then the Sublease shall terminate with the Master Lease. Utilities Included: Water, Heating and Cooling within normal business hours, Electricity and telecommunications areapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2573 1 Westside Health Authority Lease AgreementLease AgreementPROPOSED LEASE AGREEMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Request to Enter Lease Agreement Landlord: Westside Health Authority Tenant: Cook County, for use by the Public Defender’s Office Location: 5500 W. Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois 60644 Term/Extension Period: 3/1/2024 -12/31/2026 Space Occupied: 2,520 square feet Monthly Rent: $6,405.00 Fiscal Impact: $140,910.00 Accounts: 11286.1260.62742.550130.00000.00000 Option to Renew: Option to renew for three (3) additional three (3) year terms. Termination: Provide details of lease termination Utilities Included: Yes Summary/Notes: Requesting approval to enter into a lease agreement between Westside Health Authority, as (Landlord) and Cook County, a body corporate and politic (Tenant), for use by the Public Defender’s Office, to lease approximately 2,520 rentable square feet of office space, on the second floor, in the building located at 5500 W. Madison Street, Chicago, IL. 60644, for the purpose of establishing a Freedom DefenseapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2662 1 715 W. Maxwell St. Lease AmendmentLease Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED LEASE AMENDMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Request to Approve Second Amendment to Lease Agreement Landlord: Trustees of University of Illinois, a body politic and corporate Tenant: County of Cook, a body politic and corporate, on behalf of Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Location: Spaces 26.2 and 26.4 - 715 W. Maxwell St., Chicago, Illinois Term/Extension Period: 6/1/2024 - 5/31/2025 Space Occupied: Approximately 1,179 Square Feet Monthly Rent: $2,500.00 Fiscal Impact: $30,000.00 (total renewal term) Accounts: 11100.1250.14245.550130.00000.00000 Option to Renew: One (1) remaining one (1) year renewal option Termination: County may terminate with 60 days’ notice. Utilities Included: Yes Summary: Requesting approval to exercise a renewal option contained in the Second Amendment (approved 5/25/2023) to an IGA License with Board of Trustees of University of Illinois, a body politic and corporate, as Landlord, and County of Cook, a body politic and corporate, on behalf approvePass Action details Not available
24-2162 1 Stern Pinball IncResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION Stern Pinball Inc. Class 6b CEERM PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b CEERM application containing the following information: Applicant: Stern Pinball Inc. Address: 1001 Busse Avenue, Elk Grove Village, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Elk Grove Cook County District: 15th District Permanent Index Number: 08-26-303-014-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Elk Grove, Resolution No. 55-22 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Five (5) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b Critical Emergency Employee Retention Modification (CEERM) that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level forapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2163 1 Windy City Asset managementResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION Windy City Asset management Inc. CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: Windy City Asset Management Inc. Address: 14500 S. Alice Avenue, Burnham, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Burnham Cook County District: 4th District Permanent Index Number: 30-06-400-037-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Burnham, Resolution No. 2021-R-007 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Four (4) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial - production and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook CountapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2170 1 WP 5, LLCResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION WP 5, LLC CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: WP 5, LLC Address: 5201 W. 167th Street, Oak Forest, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Oak Forest Cook County District: 6th District Permanent Index Number: 28-28-103-031-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Oak Forest, Resolution No. 2021-06-0405 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 12 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial - Restaurant Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification System for Assessment defines abandoned prapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2194 1 AJ Inter Estate LLCResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION AJ Inter Estate LLC CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: AJ Inter Estate LLC Address: 3241 East End Avenue, South Chicago Heights, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of South Chicago Heights Cook County District: 6th District Permanent Index Number: 32-33-101-024-0000 and 32-33-101-025-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of South Chicago Heights, Resolution No. 2022-R-5 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Six (6) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - Commercial Truck Repair Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial faciliapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2195 1 KeyState Holdings, LLCResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION KeyState Holdings, LLC CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: KeyState Holdings, LLC Address: 5859 W. 117th Place, Alsip, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Alsip Cook County District: 6th District Permanent Index Number: 24-20-404-003-0000 and 24-20-404-004-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Alsip, Ordinance No. 2022-02-1 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Nine (9) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - warehousing and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County ClapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2794 1 Report on Cook County Committee on Social InnovationReportREPORT Department: Cook County Committee on Social Innovation Report Title: Cook County Committee on Social Innovation Report Period: February 2023- December 2023 Summary: The final report or the Cook County Committee on Social Innovationapprove  Action details Not available
24-2053 1 Chapin Hall Center for Children, Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: Chapin Hall Center for Children, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Services; technical and research assistance for reimagining youth detention Contract Value: $836,862.00 Contract period: 5/1/2024 5/17/2024 - 4/30/2025 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2024 $490,000.00, FY 2025 $346,862.00 Accounts: 11100.1326.35520.520470 Contract Number(s): 2450-03200 Concurrences: The Contract Specific Goal set on this contract is Zero. The Chief Procurement Officer Concurs. Summary: The Office of the Chief Judge seeks approval of a contract with Chapin Hall Center for Children for the purpose of providing best practice research and reporting to the Chief Judge’s implementation team for the court’s reimagining youth detention programming and specification of best practices in centers of care for youth. This work will encompass recommendations for Requests fapprove as amendedPass Action details Not available
24-2844 1  ReportREPORT Department: Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Report Title: Report of Legal and Expert Witness Fees and Expenses Processed for Payment Report Period: April 1, 2024 through April 30, 2024 Summary: This report includes court orders for the payment of fees and associated expenses to attorneys and experts for legal services provided on behalf of indigent litigants. The orders have been processed by the Office of the Chief Judge and submitted to the Cook County Comptroller’s Office for payment during the period.receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2982 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: McCarthy & Valentini, LLC Attorney(s): Maria McCarthy Case Name: In re Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 97 CR 20768-04 Date of This Order: 04/23/2024 Time period: 02/20/2024 - 04/22/2024 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $24,062.50 Paid to Date: $56,506.00 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2983 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: McCarthy & Valentini, LLC. Attorney(s): McCarthy & Valentini, LLC. Case Name: In re Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 88 CR 230902 Date of This Order: 04/23/2024 Time period: 04/02/2024 - 04/22/2024 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $8,083.00 Paid to Date: $321,607.55 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2985 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Office of the Special Prosecutor Attorney(s): Michael J. O’Rourke Case Name: Appointment of Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 92 CR 25596-01 Date of This Order: 03/28/2024 Time period: 10/30/2023 - 03/15/2024 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $13,828.78 Paid to Date: $8,436,074.50 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2988 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Office of the Special Prosecutor Attorney(s): Michael J. O’Rourke Case Name: Appointment of Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 04 CR 151701 Date of This Order: 03/28/2024 Time period: 10/20/2021 - 02/28/2022 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $4,376.25 Paid to Date: $8,436,074.50 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2989 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Office of the Special Prosecutor Attorney(s): Michael J. O’Rourke Case Name: Appointment of Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 83 C 009326-01 Date of This Order: 04/16/2024 Time period: 10/01/2023 - 03/15/2024 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $6,755.00 Paid to Date: $8,436,074.50 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2992 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Law Office of Karla Fiaoni Attorney(s): Karla M. Fiaoni Case Name: In re Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 93 CR 2647704 Date of This Order: 04/02/2024 Time period: 03/13/2024 - 04/02/2024 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $6,269.25 Paid to Date: $96,723.00 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2993 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Law Office of Karla Fiaoni Attorney(s): Karla M. Fiaoni Case Name: In re Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 93 CR 2647704 Date of This Order: 04/23/2024 Time period: 04/03/2024 - 04/23/2024 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $28,838.75 Paid to Date: $96,723.00 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2994 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Law Office of Karla Fiaoni Attorney(s): Karla M. Fiaoni Case Name: In re Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 99 CR 2602001 & 99 CR 2602002 Date of This Order: 04/02/2024 Time period: 03/13/2024 - 03/31/2024 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $2,827.50 Paid to Date: $173,473.50 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2308 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Tompkins, Doris v. Cook County, et al. Case No: 21 L 197 Settlement Amount: $57,500.00 Department: 4891-Provident Hospital of Cook County Payable to: Doris Tompkins Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of premises liabilityapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2316 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Brown v. Dart, et al. Case No: 21 C 5400 Settlement Amount: $800.00 Department: 4240-Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Randall Brown Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2535 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Richardson v. Cook County et al. Case No: 23 C 3637 Settlement Amount: $350.00 Department: 4240 - Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Jamie Richardson Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2576 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Kennebrew v. Dr. Davis Case No: 22 C 4617 Settlement Amount: $1,800.00 Department: 4240 - Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Kerry Kennebrew Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2600 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Mays, Anthony v. Dart Case No: 20 C 2134 Settlement Amount: $275,000.00 Department: 1210-Office of the Sheriff Payable to: Loevy & Loevy Client Trust Account c/o Loevy & Loevy Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 03/13/2024 Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2620 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Pedro Martinez v. Barbara Davis et al Case No: 22 -cv- 5319 Settlement Amount: $8,000.00 Department: 4240-Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Gregory E. Kulis & Associates, Ltd. and Pedro Martinez Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: Allegations of a Civil Rights ViolationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2765 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Gordon v. Cook County Case No: 20 C 819 Settlement Amount: $12,500.00 Department: 1210-Office of the Sheriff) Payable to: Hinkhouse Williams Walsh IOLTA Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2848 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Spears v. Mazon; Spears v. Lucas Case No: 21 C 2738; 21 C 3102 Settlement Amount: $10,500.00 Department: 1239-Department of Corrections Payable to: Courtney Spears Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2874 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Thadieus Goods v. Dart et al. Case No: 23 C 8824 Settlement Amount: $1,500.00 Department: 1210-Sheriff Payable to: Thadieus Goods Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2816 1  Proposed Settlements (Labor and Employment)Case: Ford, Charles J. v. Cook County Board of Review Case No: 21 C 5384 Settlement Amount: $42,000.00 Department: 1050 - Board of Review Payable to: Charles J. Ford Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of employment discriminationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2978 1  Proposed Settlements (Conflicts)Case: Fitzgerald Mullins v. Cook County Case No: 2017 L 012175 Settlement Amount: $99,000.00 Department: 1440 - Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Payable to: Saks, Robinson, & Rittenberg, Ltd. Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: Settlement of an alleged employment violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2979 1  Proposed Settlements (Conflicts)Case: John Doyle v. Cook County, et al. Case No: 2018 L 004059 Settlement Amount: $35,000.00 Department: 1440 - Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Payable to: Saks, Robinson, & Rittenberg, Ltd. Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: Allegations of an employment violationapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2822 1  Report (SAO Workers Comp)REPORT Department: Civil Actions Bureau Report Title: Workers’ Compensation Payments Following Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office - Litigated Settlements & Awards Report Period: April 18, 2024 to May 1, 2024 Summary: Authorization to Pay Workers’ Compensation Settlements and AwardsapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2859 1 24-2859 Workers’ Compensation Settlements Decisions Finance Committee Meeting May, 15 2024Workers' Compensation Claims (Risk Management)REPORT Department: Risk Management Report Title: Workers’ Compensation Payments - Risk Management Settlements Report Period: 04/01/2024 - 04/30/2024 Summary: Authority to pay Workers’ Compensation SettlementsapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2861 1 24-2861 Receive File- Workers' Compensation Claim Payments - March 2024Workers' Compensation Claims (Risk Management)REPORT Department: Risk Management Report Title: Workers’ Compensation Claim Payments Report Period: 03/01/2024 - 03/31/2024 Summary: The Department of Risk Management is submitting for your information Workers’ Compensation Claim Payments for the month ending March 2024. Payments total $1,691,766.59.approvePass Action details Not available
24-2855 1  ReportREPORT Department: Risk Management Report Title: Receive and File Patient Arrestee Claims Report Period: Month ending March 31, 2024 Summary: The Department of Risk Management is submitting for your information Patient Arrestees Claims for the month ending March 31, 2024. Payment’s total: $18,671.55receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2851 1  ReportREPORT Department: Risk Management Report Title: Receive and File Self Insurance Claims Report Period: Month Ending March 31, 2024 Summary: The Department of Risk Management is submitting for your information Self Insurance Claims for the month ending March 31, 2024. Payment’s total: $9,656.03receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2689 1  ReportREPORT Department: Risk Management Report Title: Receive and File - Subrogation Claim Recoveries Report Period: Month ending April 30, 2024 Summary: The Department of Risk Management is submitting for your information, a summary of Claim Recoveries for the month ending 04/30/2024 - Total Recovery: $6,416.71 - Number of Recoveries: 3receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-3036 1  ReportREPORT Department: Comptroller Office Report Title: Analysis of Revenues and Expenses Report Report Period: Four-month period ended March 31, 2024 Summary: Analysis of Revenues and Expenses Report for the four-month period ended March 31, 2024, for the Corporate, Public Safety, Health, Grants and Special Purpose funds of Cook County.receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-1413 1  ReportREPORT Department: Cook County Health Report Title: CCH Monthly Report Report Period: May 2024 Summary: This report is provided in accordance with Resolution 14-4311 approved by the County Board on 7/23/14.receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2238 1 TIAO Ordinance AmendmentOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT AMENDMENT TO COUNTY TAXPAYERS’ INTEREST ASSURANCE ORDINANCE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 34 Finance, Article I Generally, Section Number 34-4 of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as follows: Sec. 34-4. Investment of public funds. (a) This section shall be known and may be cited as the "Cook County Taxpayers' Interest Assurance Ordinance". (b) All elected and appointed public officials of Cook County are directed to invest public funds in their possession or for which they are custodians in interest-bearing accounts, except where prohibited by law or for which compelling economic reasons do not justify the use of an interest-bearing account. If any public funds are not invested in an interest-bearing account, the elected or appointed public official shall certify in writing to the Chief Financial Officer and the County Auditor the reason that such funds have not been invested in an interest-bearing account. The Chief Financial Officer and the County Auditor will forward to the President of approvePass Action details Not available
24-2242 1 RSI Upgrade and Maintenance AmendmentContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Revenue Vendor: Revenue Solutions, Inc. (RSI), Pembroke, Massachusetts Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Integrated Home Rule Tax Processing System - Upgrade, License, Support and Maintenance Original Contract Period: 10/1/2015 - 9/30/2020, with five (5), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Extension and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Extension period 10/1/2025 - 9/30/2028 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $15,430,839.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 9/9/2015, $10,971,946.00 Increase Requested: $3,320,655.00 Previous Board Increase(s): 8/3/2016, $692,000.00; 9/24/2020, $3,766,893.00 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: 9/24/2020, 10/1/2020 - 9/30/2025 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential FiapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2120 1 Target Market Professional ServicesContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Various Cook County Bureaus, Agencies, and Office of the Elected Officials Vendor: Sanchez Daniels & Hoffman, LLP Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Labor Consultation and Representation Services (Target Market) for two (2) categories of legal services: Category IV - Employment Law Category V - Employment Benefits and Pension Contract Value: Program: $500,000.00 Contract period: 6/1/2024 - 5/31/2027, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: NA Accounts: Countywide Contract Number(s): 2308-02060A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance Via: direct participation. The prime vendor is MWBE. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The selected firm may provide legal consultation and representation services for various County bureaus, agencies, and offices of the elected officials. These contracts are awarded tapprovePass Action details Not available
24-1676 1 ARPA FUNDS TO SUPPORT COOK COUNTY ARTS VIA SUBRECIPIENT AGREEMENT WITH CHICAGO LISCResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION TO PROVIDE ARPA FUNDS TO SUPPORT COOK COUNTY ARTS VIA SUBRECIPIENT AGREEMENT WITH LISC CHICAGO WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385B of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS the Cook County Board of Commissioners via Resolution 21-3654 accepted the ARPA federal award allocated to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19 in the amount of approximately $1,000,372,385.00; and WHEREAS Resolution 21-3654 fudeferPass Action details Not available
24-2131 1 ARPA Vital Communities - Cook County Legal Aid for Housing and DebtResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROPOSED RESOLUTION FOR AN ARPA VITAL COMMUNITIES PROGRAM INITIATIVE IMPLEMENTED BY THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385B of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, to effectuate the approach outlined in the ARPA Framework, the Cook County Board of Commissioners authorized the Chief Financial Officer and the Budget Director to expend a limited amount of ARPA funding via Resolution 21-3657 for the purpose of approvePass Action details Not available
24-2513 1 ARPA HOME BUYER DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FUNDINGResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROPOSAL FOR ARPA FUNDING-HOMEBUYER DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385 of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners via Resolution 21-3654 accepted the ARPA federal award allocated to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19 in the amount of approximately $1,000,372,385.00; and WHEREAS, Resolution 21-3654 further auapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2735 1 PROPOSAL FOR ARPA NT 093 MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE – SINGLE FAMILY HOME DEVELOPMENTResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROPOSAL FOR ARPA NT 093 MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE - SINGLE FAMILY HOME DEVELOPMENT WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385 of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners via Resolution 21-3654 accepted the ARPA federal award allocated to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19 in the amount of approximately $1,000,372,385; and WHEREAS, Resolution 21-3654 furapprovePass Action details Not available
24-1503 1 PROPOSED RESOLUTION FOR AN ARPA VITAL COMMUNITIES PROGRAM INITIATIVE IMPLEMENTED BY THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTResolutionPROPOSED SECOND SUBSTITUTE RESOLUTION PROPOSED RESOLUTION FOR AN ARPA VITAL COMMUNITIES PROGRAM INITIATIVE IMPLEMENTED BY THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385B of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners via Resolution 21-3654 accepted the ARPA federal award allocated to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19 in the amount of approximately $1,0approve as substitutedPass Action details Not available
24-2670 1  ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CALLING ON COOK COUNTY HEALTH TO PROVIDE AN UPDATE ON THE 2024 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SUMMIT TO THE COOK COUNTY BOARD’S HEALTH & HOSPITALS COMMITTEE WHEREAS, on February 15, 2024 Cook County Health held its first Behavioral Health Summit, bringing together health care and social service providers, mental health advocates, community leaders and elected officials to discuss how to improve access and care in Cook County; and, WHEREAS, the all-day summit, held at the UIC Dorin Forum, was led by the Cook County Health Office of Behavioral Health, which was established last year to support the transformation of the behavioral health ecosystem across Cook County through community partnerships, systems alignment, innovation, and equity-driven funding; and, WHEREAS, more than 700 people attended the event, which included addresses from Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson and Michael Cabonargi, Regional Director, US Department of Health and Human Services, as well as video-taped messages from Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2304 1 MATERNAL HEALTH MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY RATES IN COOK COUNTY RESOLUTIONResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CALLING FOR A HEARING OF THE HEALTH AND HOSPITALS COMMITTEE TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON MATERNAL HEALTH MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY RATES IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, each year in the U.S., hundreds of women die from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth, known as maternal death, at a rate many times greater than in other developed nations; and WHEREAS, maternal death/mortality is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as “the death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration and the site of the pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management, but not from accidental or incidental causes, and maternal morbidity as “any health condition attributed to and/or complicating pregnancy, and childbirth that has a negative impact on the woman’s well-being and/or functioning”; and WHEREAS, Health and Human Services officials and stakeholders stated that the pandemic worsened factors contributing to maternal health disparities, like access to care, cardiovasculdeferPass Action details Not available
24-1768 2 Proposed Resolution Requesting A Public Hearing of the Human Relations Committee to Address the Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Men and Boys in Cook County, IllinoisResolutionPROPOSED SUBSTITUTE TO FILE 24-1768 PROPOSED RESOLUTION PROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING A PUBLIC HEARING OF THE HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE TO ADDRESS THE TRAFFICKING AND SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF MEN AND BOYS IN COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS WHEREAS, in the U.S. Department of State’s fact sheet on ‘Understanding Human Trafficking’, it identifies “trafficking in persons” and “human trafficking” as umbrella terms-often used interchangeably-to refer to a crime whereby traffickers exploit and profit at the expense of adults or children by compelling them to perform labor or engage in commercial sex; and WHEREAS, in that same fact sheet, the U.S. Department of State further identifies that both labor and sex trafficking entails the use of force, fraud, or coercion that exploits the labor or services of another person or to compel their engagement in a commercial sex act; and WHEREAS, under Illinois statute, 720 ILCS 5/10-9 , trafficking is defined as (1) the recruitment, enticement, harboring, transport, provision, or obtainment by any means, or attempts to recruit, entice, harbor, transport,receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-1179 1 Mosquito Abatement District AppointmentAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Tito Rodriguez Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Des Plaines Valley Mosquito Abatement Board Effective date: 5/17/2024 Expiration date: 5/17/2028approvePass Action details Not available
24-2493 1 Annual Ethics Report to the PresidentReportREPORT Department: Human Rights and Ethics Report Title: 2023 Ethics Annual Report Report Period: December 1, 2022 through November 30, 2023 Summary: In accordance with Sec. 2-591(o) of the Cook County Code of Ordinances, the Cook County Board of Ethics shall prepare and publish an annual report summarizing the Board's activities and present the report to the President and the Board of Commissioners. This Annual Report covers the period of December 1, 2022 through November 30, 2023.receive and filePass Action details Not available
24-2660 1 RESOLUTION FOR ASIAN AMERICAN DATA INCLUSIONResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION FOR ASIAN AMERICANPROPOSED AMENDMENT TO FILE 24-2660 Sponsored by: JOSINA MORITA, Cook County Board of Commissioners PROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION FOR ASIAN AMERICAN DATA INCLUSION WHEREAS, Cook County is one of the largest and most racially, ethnically and linguistically diverse counties in the country; and WHEREAS, Cook County Government is committed to supporting equitable, inclusive and accessible government; and WHEREAS, Cook County Government must collect accurate data to understand and serve the specific needs of its diverse communities; and WHEREAS, Cook County recognizes Asian Americans as a minority group; and WHEREAS, Asian Americans include people whose origins and ancestries lie in East Asia, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands and South Asia the Indian subcontinent; and WHEREAS, Asian Americans come from over 40 countries, include over 20 ethnicities speaking 2,300 languages and dialects; and WHEREAS, there were approximately 409,000 Asian American residents in Cook County representing 7.7% of the County's papprove as amendedPass Action details Not available
24-2674 1 A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE COMMUNITY SAFETY THROUGH STABLE HOMES ACTResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE COMMUNITY SAFETY THROUGH STABLE HOMES ACT WHEREAS, according to the Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR) report “Fair Housing Implications of Nuisance and Crime-Free Ordinances: A Guide for Units of Local Government”, ‘crime-free’ housing programs are formal partnerships between cities and housing providers that often require housing providers to evict tenants that are deemed connected to crimes; and WHEREAS, the report goes on to note that these crime-free ordinances often require housing providers to deny housing, evict, fine, or penalize tenants for their connection to specific crimes or just “criminal activity” in general, and are often broadly written to prohibit activities such as the act of an arrest or simple calls for police service; and WHEREAS, according to the ACLU of Illinois, these ordinances have been broadly written to apply even when the tenant was the victim of the crime or called the police for protection or assistance; and WHEREAS, Illinois Public Media reports that these types of ordeferPass Action details Not available
24-2801 1 Carol Johnson - Northwest Mosquito Abatement DistrictAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Carol Johnson Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Northwest Mosquito Abatement District Effective date: 5/16/2024 Expiration date: 5/16/2026approvePass Action details Not available
24-1240 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC with the Village of SkokieIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Village of Skokie, Illinois Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Right-of-Way acquisition Location: Village of Skokie, Illinois Section: 23-IICBP-13-LA Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 13 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $94,500.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Intergovernmental Agreement between the County and the Village of Skokie. The Village will be the lead agency for Right-of-Way acquisition for Skokie Valley Trail Project within the Village limits between Dempster Street and Golf Road. The County will reimburse the Village for its share of Right-of-Way acquisition costs.approvePass Action details Not available
24-1456 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC for Shared Use Mobility Center’s 2023Intergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Study Project. Location: Countywide Section: 23-IICTR-02-ES Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: Countywide Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $350,000.00 (up to $175,000.00 to be reimbursed from the Regional Transportation Authority) Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed intergovernmental agreement between the County and Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC). The SUMC will be the lead agency for Chicago Regional Mobility Hubs Framework study Project. The County will reimburse the SUMC for its share of planning study costs.approvePass Action details Not available
24-1720 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for RTA Mobility Hub Framework StudyIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Study Location: Countywide Section: 23-IICTR-02-ES Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: Countywide Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $175,000.00 (up to $175,000.00 to be reimbursed from the Regional Transportation Authority) Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Intergovernmental Agreement between the County and Regional Transportation Authority (RTA). The Shared-Use Mobility Center (SUMC) will conduct the Study for Chicago Regional Mobility Hubs Framework study for the County of Cook through the 2023 Invest in Cook program. The County of Cook will provide project management for the Study and shall be supported by the RTA inapprovePass Action details Not available
24-1996 1 Improvement Resolution for East Lake Avenue at C&NW RailroadImprovement Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Project Type: Motor Fuel Tax Project Request: Approval of appropriation of Motor Fuel Tax Funds Project: East Lake Avenue at C&NW Railroad Location: Village of Glenview, Illinois Section: 24-A5921-00-BR County Board District(s): 14 Centerline Mileage: N/A Fiscal Impact: $840,000.00 (FY24 = $420,000.00, FY25 = $420,000.00) Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed improvement resolution for work being done in the Village of Glenview. The appropriating funds are for the East Lake Avenue at Chicago and North Western (C&NW) Railroad project in the Village of Glenview in Cook County. The project scope consists of the removal and replacement of bridge steel diaphragms.approvePass Action details Not available
24-2064 1 Grant Award Acceptance Resolution for Old Orchard Rd (CMAQ)Grant Acceptance Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED GRANT AWARD Department: Transportation and Highways Grantee: Cook County Grantor: Illinois Department of Transportation Request: Authorization to accept grant Purpose: The Department is the recipient of $9,060,606.00 in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) funds for the improvement of Old Orchard Road from Woods Drive to Skokie Boulevard, in coordination with the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and the Village of Skokie, in the Village of Skokie Grant Amount: $9,060,606.00 Grant Period: 7 years from date of execution of the funding agreement Fiscal Impact: FY24 ($1,952,000.00) Capitalizable; FY24 ($942,400.00) Non Capitalizable; FY25 ($2,448,000.00) Capitalizable; FY25 ($1,413,600.00) Non Capitalizable; FY26 ($2,304,606.00) Capitalizable Accounts: No Cash match required. 11900.1500.53986.521536; 11900.1500.53986.560019. Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: The Department of TransportatapprovePass Action details Not available
24-2065 1 Grant Award Acceptance Resolution for Touhy Ave (CMAQ)Grant Acceptance Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED GRANT AWARD Department: Department of Transportation and Highways Grantee: Cook County Grantor: Illinois Department of Transportation Request: Authorization to accept grant Purpose: The Department is the recipient of $34,739,000.00 in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) funds for the improvement of Touhy Avenue from Elmhurst Road to Mt. Prospect Road in the Village of Elk Grove Village, City of Des Plaines and City of Chicago and in coordination with the Illinois Tollway and the municipalities. Grant Amount: $34,739,000.00 Grant Period: 7 years from date of execution of the funding agreement Fiscal Impact: FY24 ($10,421,700.00); FY25 ($10,421,700.00); FY26 ($13,895,600.00) Accounts: No cash match. 11900.1500.53665.521536 Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed grant award acceptance. The grant is to accept CMAapprovePass