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Meeting Name: Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/13/2016 11:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Cook County Building, Board Room, 118 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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Attachments: New Items Agenda 4-13-2016.pdf, 4-13-16 Consent Calendar Agenda.pdf, Second New Items Agenda 4-13-2016.pdf, Errata 4-13-16.pdf, Substitute for File 16-2593, 4-13-16 Consent Calendar Agenda - Second Set.pdf, 4-13-16 Consent Calendar Agenda - Third Set.pdf, Third New Items Agenda 4-13-2016.pdf, 4-13-2016 Board Public Speakers List.pdf
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16-2344 1 RECOGNIZING MAY 1, 2016 AS NATIONAL LAW DAYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING MAY 1, 2016 AS NATIONAL LAW DAY WHEREAS, Law Day is a national day set aside to celebrate the rule of law. Law Day underscores how law and the legal process contribute to the freedoms that all Americans share; and WHEREAS, Law Day has its origin in 1957, when American Bar Association (ABA) President Charles S. Rhyne envisioned a special day for celebrating our legal system; and WHEREAS, on February 3, 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower established Law Day by issuing a Proclamation proclaiming it "fitting that the people of this Nation should remember with pride and vigilantly guard the great heritage of liberty, justice, and equality under law which our forefathers bequeathed to us." Every President since has issued an annual Law Day Proclamation; and WHEREAS, on April 7, 1961, Congress passed a Joint Resolution, designating May 1 as Law Day. The theme of Law Day 2016 is "Miranda: More than Words"; and WHEREAS, the year 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of a milestone in legal history, the United States Supreme Court’s landmaapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2366 1 RECOGNIZING APRIL 22, 2016 AS NATIONAL EARTH DAYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING APRIL 22, 2016 AS NATIONAL EARTH DAY WHEREAS, on April 22, 2016 Earth Day will be celebrated across the country for the 46th year; and WHEREAS, the goal of Earth Day 2016 is to broaden and diversify the environmental movement in order to build a healthy, sustainable environment and address climate change; and WHEREAS, Cook County Government has invested in energy efficiency improvements for buildings resulting in an 11% decrease in harmful greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions since 2010; and WHEREAS, to continue decreasing GHG emissions it is necessary to broaden and diversify the number of employees participating in sustainable and efficient practices at work and at home; and WHEREAS, with a workforce of over 22,000, Cook County through its employees can make significant contributions to reductions in GHG emissions throughout the County; and WHEREAS, an employee change program to address energy-consuming behaviors was included as a part of the guaranteed energy savings projects approved by this Board in July 2015; and WHEREAS,approvePass Action details Not available
16-2524 1 HONORING THE 48th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FEDERAL FAIR HOUSING ACT AND PROCLAIMING THE MONTH OF APRIL FAIR HOUSING MONTH IN COOK COUNTYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE 48th ANNIVERSARY OF THE FEDERAL FAIR HOUSING ACT AND PROCLAIMING THE MONTH OF APRIL FAIR HOUSING MONTH IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, April 2016 marks the 48th Anniversary of the passage of the U.S. Federal Fair Housing act. Adopted in the wake of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Fair Housing Act transformed the legal rights that all Americans have to rent and own homes in communities across the country; and WHEREAS, the U.S. Fair Housing Act created a national policy of fair housing and today prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status or disability; and WHEREAS, 2016 additionally marks the 37th anniversary of the Illinois Human Rights Act, a law which prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color religion, national origin, sex, physical or mental disability, familial status, age, ancestry, marital status, disability, military status, unfavorable discharge from military service, sexual orientation or order of protection status; and WHEREAS, housing discriapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2565 1 CELEBRATING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF JIM & PETE’S RESTAURANTConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF JIM & PETE’S RESTAURANT WHEREAS, in the spring of 1941, brothers-in-law Jim Sorce Sr. and Pete Pizzo opened Jim & Pete’s as a counter-service pizzeria at Chicago Avenue and Pulaski Road in Chicago; and WHEREAS, a few years later, the two parted ways and Sorce Sr. moved the pizzeria to River Forest, near the corner of North and Harlem avenues; and WHEREAS, Jim Sorce Sr. couldn’t afford a new sign when he moved the business so the old Jim and Pete’s sign came with him even though there was no longer a Pete involved in the business; and WHEREAS, after spending more than thirty years at the River Forest location, the restaurant moved north across the street and a few blocks west to its current Elmwood Park location at 7806 W. North Avenue; and WHEREAS, although both original owners are deceased, the current owners, Jimmy Sorce Jr. and Michael Bucchianeri, expanded the business in 1991, doubling the size of the restaurant and offering a full-service bar; and WHEREAS, Sorce Jr. and Bucchianeri remain committed tapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2568 1 RECOGNIZING ROSA E. MARTINEZ-COLON - PAVING THE WAY FOR 25 YEARSConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING ROSA E. MARTINEZ-COLON - PAVING THE WAY FOR 25 YEARS WHEREAS, a Puerto Rican native, Rosa E. Martinez-Colon’s first experience with HIV/AIDS was when a neighborhood friend died from the virus. Soon after, more friends experienced the devastating symptoms of HIV/AIDS. At this time, Rosa did not know just how much her life’s work would impact the lives of thousands of people affected by HIV/AIDS; WHEREAS, Rosa was one of several community activists, service providers and HIV+ individuals who responded to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Latino community in 1991 by founding CALOR (Comprensión y Apoyo a Latinos en Oposición al Retrovirus) along with co-founder Omar Lopez. Rosa was approached by Saul Maravilla, a classmate, looking for a space a group of Latinos needed to meet on this vital topic, Rosa opened the doors to the first support group;’ WHEREAS, Rosa was invited to attend training offered by the now defunct Stop AIDS Chicago on Women and HIV. It was here that Rosa would find her calling. Rosa was set on her path by the lack of informatiapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2591 1 THOMAS J. EGAN, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION THOMAS J. EGAN, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Thomas J. Egan from our midst; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was the beloved husband of Mary Ann (nee Brice) for many wonderful years; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was the loving father of Tom (Laurie), Tim (Pat), Kathleen (Barry) Ecklund, and Kerry (Jim) Kilbane; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was the cherished “Da” of Sean, Grant and Shannon Egan, Jordan and Brendan Egan, Madeline and Emily Ecklund, and Maggie and Macauley Kilbane; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was the adoring great-grandfather of Isabela; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was the dear brother of Kay (the late Frank) Balda; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was the fond brother-in-law of Bernie (Mary Alice) Brice, Harry (Jennifer) Brice and the late Patti (the late Jim) Karr; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was the fond uncle of many nieces and nephews; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan was a lifelong Bridgeport resident and an active and respected member of the community; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Egan waapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2609 1 A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF DOCTOR LARRY JAMES THOMASConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF DOCTOR LARRY JAMES THOMAS WHEREAS, God, in his infinite wisdom, saw fit to call Dr. Larry James Thomas from our midst on March 31, 2016, and into eternity; and, WHEREAS, Dr. Larry James Thomas was born into life on June 20, 1946 to Edward and Mary Thomas in Chicago, Illinois; and, WHEREAS, Dr. Thomas received his Bachelors of Arts degree in English at North Park University in 1972, a Master’s of Science degree in School Guidance and Counseling from Chicago State University in 1988 and a Masters of Arts in School Administration in 1990 from CSU. He was especially proud of receiving his Doctorate of Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University in 1998; and, WHEREAS, Dr. Thomas held many teaching positions during his career from 1970 to 2007, but counted his position as an educator at Coles Language Academy among his most beloved professional experiences; and, WHEREAS, Dr. Thomas received many awards within and outside of his profession, among which were the BlumapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2613 1 A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MOURNING THE LOSS AND CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF MILDRED JEAN SYKESConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MOURNING THE LOSS AND CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF MILDRED JEAN SYKES WHEREAS, God, in his infinite wisdom, saw fit to call Mildred Jean Sykes from our midst on April 1, 2016; and, WHEREAS, Mildred Jean Sykes was born November 12, 1933, the third child of the late DeWalt and Orene Reedy in Henderson, Texas; and, WHEREAS, Mildred attended school at Henderson Colored Elementary and High School where she was a member of the drill team, and where she met Robert D. Sykes Sr., who was the “apple of her eye.” To their marriage were born four daughters, a son, and an adopted son; and, WHEREAS, In 1965, Robert and Mildred launched Bob’s Grocery in Maywood, Illinois. Robert and Mildred were known for supporting countless numbers of neighborhood residents by extending a line of credit to them when they were unable to pay for groceries. They believed in instilling a good work ethic in children at an early age; and, WHEREAS, Mildred joined The Second Baptist Church of Maywood under the leadership of the late PastapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2612 1 A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CELEBRATING PETER BENSINGER’S 80TH BIRTHDAYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CELEBRATING PETER BENSINGER’S 80TH BIRTHDAY WHEREAS, Peter Bensinger was born in Chicago on March 31, 1936; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Bensinger served with distinction as the Administrator of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration. He was appointed to this position in January of 1976 by President Gerald R. Ford and was confirmed by the Senate, serving over five and one-half years under Presidents Ford, Carter and Reagan; and, WHEREAS, During Mr. Bensinger’s tenure as Administrator, heroin overdose deaths decreased by over 50% and there was a significant decrease in the overall number of Americans using illegal drugs. Mr. Bensinger was also instrumental in the passage and implementation of the Asset Forfeiture Law, and the banning of Drug Paraphernalia Shops; and, WHEREAS, Prior to Mr. Bensinger’s appointment in Washington, he served as Director of the Illinois Department of Corrections with direct responsibility for penitentiaries, reformatories, training schools, and parole supervision; and, approvePass Action details Not available
16-2666 1 HONORING FRANKLIN PARK FIRE DEPARTMENT PERSONNELConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING FRANKLIN PARK FIRE DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL WHEREAS, On September 17, 2015, officers of the Franklin Park Fire Department responded to a vehicle accident whereby a vehicle struck a pole and rolled over; and WHEREAS, prior to the arrival of the officers of the Franklin Park Fire Department, members of the police pulled the driver from the car who was in cardiac arrest, and an off duty nurse stopped to assist and started CPR; and WHEREAS, once the officers of the Franklin Park Fire Department were on scene, they rapidly assessed the patient and found him to be in ventricular fibrillation; and WHEREAS, the officers of the Franklin Park Fire Department immediately defibrillated the patient, immobilize, packaged and began transport to the hospital; and WHEREAS, while en route to the hospital, the officers of the Franklin Park Fire Department continued resuscitation efforts and the patient had a spontaneous return of circulation and began to regain consciousness; and WHEREAS, by the time they reached the Emergency Department, the patient was fapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2673 1 RECOGNIZING ANITA CABALLERO FOR HER CONTINUED DEDICATION TO THE COMMUNITIES OF COOK COUNTY IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING ANITA CABALLERO FOR HER CONTINUED DEDICATION TO THE COMMUNITIES OF COOK COUNTY IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH WHEREAS, March was Women's History Month in which we not only highlight the contributions of women in history but also in contemporary society; and WHEREAS, Anita Caballero has been an involved resident of the Brighton Park neighborhood for over 30 years; and WHEREAS, Anita Caballero was motivated by violence in her community to take matters into her own hands and began attending community meetings; and WHEREAS, Anita Caballero helped increase participation in these meetings by helping distribute leaflets and talking to residents of the Brighton Park area and encouraging their involvement; and WHEREAS, Anita Caballero’s contributions and dedication in the community has transcended into all areas of community organizing; and WHEREAS, Anita Caballero became the Board President of Brighton Park Neighborhood Council and has served in this role for the past 10 years; and WHEREAS, Anita Caballero has worked with BrapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2680 1 HONORING WHITNEY M. YOUNG HIGH SCHOOL LADY DOLPHINS 2016 SOPHOMORE CITY CHAMPSConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING WHITNEY M. YOUNG HIGH SCHOOL LADY DOLPHINS 2016 SOPHOMORE CITY CHAMPS WHEREAS, the Whitney M. Young Lady Dolphins Sophomore team had a remarkable undefeated season of 21-0 very similar to the Women’s Conn Huskies who also went undefeated this season; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners are very proud to recognize excellence in high school academics, sports and team loyalty; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners recognizes the importance of team sports in developing the qualities of respect, collaboration, hard work and dedication in our young citizens; and WHEREAS, the road to the championship game included 1st round a win over Prosser High School 38-14, 2nd Round playoff win versus Lane Tech 41-22, and a Semifinal win over Taft 50-41; and WHEREAS, the girls Sophomore team of Whitney M. Young High School, defeated Morgan Park High School 47-25 in the Public League title game; and WHEREAS, Head Coach Valerie Spann led the winning team to success and Administrative Leader is Dr. Joyce Kenner; and WHEREapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2682 1 HONORING CURIE METROPOLITAN HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALLConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING CURIE METROPOLITAN HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM 2016 STATE CHAMPIONS WHEREAS, on March 19, 2016 the boys basketball team of Marie Curie Metropolitan High School, won their first state 4A Basketball Championship in Curie history defeating Benet High School 66-59 in the final of the IHSA 4-Boys Basketball Championship game in Peoria, IL; and WHEREAS, following the likes great Chicago High School Champions of recent years like Simeon with Jabari Parker and Whitney Young with Jahilil Okafor and Stevenson H.S. led by Jalen Brunson with two of three in Professional Basketball today. The Currie “Condors” was led by the team more so than one single player; and WHEREAS, members of the Cook County Board of Commissioners are proud to recognize excellence in high school sports, academics and team sacrifices; and WHEREAS, Curie Condors regular season record was 28-5 and during their post season they went 7-0; WHEREAS, this championship was the first for Coach Michael Oliver who also is an alumni of Curie High School and their basketball prograapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2683 1 HONORING WHITNEY M. YOUNG HIGH SCHOOL LADY DOLPHINS 2016 VARSITY CITY CHAMPIONS AND 4TH PLACE RUNNER- UPS FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIPConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING WHITNEY M. YOUNG HIGH SCHOOL LADY DOLPHINS 2016 VARSITY CITY CHAMPIONS AND 4TH PLACE RUNNER- UPS FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WHEREAS, members of the Cook County Board of Commissioners are proud to recognize excellence in high school sports; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners recognizes the importance of team sports in developing the qualities of respect, collaboration, hard work and dedication in young adults; and WHEREAS, the Whitney M. Young Dolphins began the season playing in San Juan Puerto Rico where they went 3-0; and WHEREAS, on February 7, 2016 2016 the girls varsity team of Whitney M. Young High School, won their 8th consecutive city championship defeating Morgan Park High School 69-50 in the Public League title game at the University of Chicago’s Ratner Center; and WHEREAS, The Dolphins regular season of 22-5 have captured eighth consecutive city titles and 11 of the last 12 under coach Corry Irvin; and WHEREAS, Coach Irvin shares the victory with Assistant Coach, Daryl Cater, Hank Hicks; Sophomore Coach ValerapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2691 1 RECOGNIZING AMARA BETTY MARTIN FOR HER CONTINUED DEDICATION TO THE COMMUNITIES OF COOK COUNTY IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING AMARA BETTY MARTIN FOR HER CONTINUED DEDICATION TO THE COMMUNITIES OF COOK COUNTY IN HONOR OF WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH WHEREAS, March was Women's History Month in which we not only highlight the contributions of women in history but also in contemporary society; and WHEREAS, Amara Betty Martin is a Puerto Rican multidisciplinary artist and independent arts organizer born, raised and working in the barrios of Chicago; and WHEREAS, Amara Betty Martin has independently organized and participated in more than 50 visual art exhibitions, cultural events and projects in the past 5 years; and WHEREAS, her visual work consists of original photographs, collage, captured sound, poetry, text and pattern based works and music, documenting the urban struggle of a second generation Afro-Latina in the face of immense social struggle, gentrification, cultural homogenization, state violence and migration; and WHEREAS, through examining elements of culture, local and global social justice movements, liberation, community and state repression, Amara BettapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2701 1 MRS. BARBARA H.C. LAWRENCE.Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE, ACCOMPLISHMENTS, AND LEGACY OF MRS. BARBARA H.C. LAWRENCE. WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Barbara H.C. Lawrence from our midst; and WHEREAS, As the result of an automobile accident on November 14, 2015, Mrs. Barbara Lawrence passed away on February 20, 2016, at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and the news of her passing was received by this Honorable Body with deep regret; and WHEREAS, Barbara Lawrence was the daughter of physician Dr. Henry N. Cress and Ida Mae Griffin Cress, a teacher with the Chicago Board of Education. She attended Hyde Park High School and completed her college studies at Roosevelt University, and WHEREAS, Barbara Lawrence met her husband Robert Lawrence in 1952 and they were married in 1958 in Furstenfeldbruck, Germany where Major Lawrence was stationed as a member of the United States Air Force. Major Lawrence was selected for the Manned Orbiting Laboratory in June of 1967, and WHEREAS, Mrs. Lawrence returned home to Chicago in December of 1967, after the untimely death of happrovePass Action details Not available
16-2709 1 MR. ODELL COPPERIDGE, JR.Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE, AND LEGACY OF MR. ODELL COPPERIDGE, JR. WHEREAS, on Wednesday, February 3, 2016, God in his infinite wisdom called home Mr. Odell Copperidge, Jr.; and WHEREAS, Mr. Odell Copperidge, Jr., a native of Memphis, TN moved to Chicago, IL and accepted Christ at New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church. He graduated from Wendell Phillips Academy High School, where he met Vanessa McClear in 1976 and later married in 1979; and WHEREAS, Mr. Odell Copperidge, Jr., affectionately called Odell or “Odie,” was a family man. He loved spending time with his family and friends and was well known for shooting pool; and WHEREAS, Mr. Odell Copperidge, Jr., is survived by his loving wife, Vanessa Copperidge, Sons: Arnell McClear, and Odell Ruben Brown (who preceded him in death), Daughters: Tiffany and Ivory Copperidge, and a host of grandchildren; and WHEREAS, Mr. Odell Copperidge, Jr., was a dedicated and loyal worker. He began his career with the Forest Preserve District of Cook County where he retired after providing 37 wonderful years of servapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2711 1 ONORING THE LIFE OF CALVIN DOUGLAS “DOUG” BANKS, JR.Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF CALVIN DOUGLAS “DOUG” BANKS, JR. AMERICAN RADIO PERSONALITY WHEREAS, Almighty God, in His infinite wisdom, has called Douglas “Doug Dan Ryan Head” Banks Jr. an American radio personality, a former Cook County resident from our midst; and WHEREAS “Doug” Banks was born June 9, 1958 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and moved around the country as a radio personality and public entertainer; and WHEREAS, as a child he was raised in Detroit, Michigan where his career in broadcasting began at his high school’s radio station. His local radio station WDRQ noticed his talents and offered Doug Banks his first spot as a temporary late-night weekend disk jockey for a country station; and WHEREAS, “Doug Banks” worked at WBMX was a renowned radio personality as WVAZ in Chicago from 1986-1995 working with personalities Bonnie DuShaun, Harold Lee Rush, De De McGuire, Jo Soto, Romonski Luv just to name a few. He also hosted Morning, afternoon and night shows for Chicago’s WGCI-FM for many years as the Number 1 Morning Show in the city; and WHEapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2593 1 BOYCOTTING THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA AND NORTH CAROLINA-BASED BUSINESSESResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION BOYCOTTING THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA AND NORTH CAROLINA-BASED BUSINESSES WHEREAS, on March 23, 2016, the State of North Carolina adopted the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, which is officially known as an act to provide for single-sex multiple occupancy bathroom and changing facilities in schools and public agencies, and to create statewide consistency in regulation of employment and public accommodations, prohibiting anti-discrimination rules being established except on the basis contained in the state's anti-discrimination laws; and WHEREAS, because the state's anti-discrimination laws do not include discrimination on the basis of sexuality or gender status, the legislation has been widely described as anti-LGBT, due to the act’s restriction of the definition of sex to the sex at birth, forcing all government-controlled facilities to maintain single-sex bathrooms for matching biological sex only; and WHEREAS, the process of adoption of this discriminatory law took less than 24 hours, from presentation and vote by the House of Representatiapprove as substitutedPass Action details Video Video
16-2597 1 Responsible bidder process for public works construction, maintenance and repair contracts. Provision of paid sick leave.OrdinancePROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT RESPONSIBLE BIDDER PROCESS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR CONTRACTS. PROVISION OF PAID SICK LEAVE. BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 34 - Finance, Article IV - Procurement Code, Division 2 - Procurement Procedures, Section 34-145 Responsible bidder process for public works construction, maintenance and repair contracts, of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as follows: Sec. 34-145. - Responsible bidder process for public works construction, maintenance and repair contracts. Provision of paid sick leave. For purposes of evaluating whether a Bidder for a Public Works Contract is Responsible, the CPO shall determine that the Bidder: (a) Is authorized to do business in Illinois and the County; (b) Has, as applicable, a Federal Employer Identification Number or Social Security Number; (c) Meets any applicable insurance requirements in the Bid Document; (d) Has certified that it is in compliance with all provisions of the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act, and State and FedereferPass Action details Video Video
16-2566 1 SPECIAL USE GASOLINE AND FUEL TAXOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT SPECIAL USE GASOLINE AND FUEL TAX WHEREAS, the 1970 Illinois Constitution, Article VII, Section 6 designates Cook County as a Home Rule Unit of Government; and, WHEREAS, Cook County may exercise powers and perform functions as they relate to government, including the authority to regulate for the protection of the public health, safety, morals and welfare, and including taxation; and, WHEREAS, pursuant to the Home Rule Unit authority, this Board is empowered to make necessary changes to the Laws and Ordinances of Cook County; and, WHEREAS, the taxation power is best employed when the revenue from the imposed taxes are used to improve health, welfare and economic outcomes for the men, women, and children that Cook County is charged with serving; and, WHEREAS, too many of the districts and neighborhoods in Cook County suffer from high levels of poverty and unemployment, placing great strain on the budget, resources, and operations of Cook County government; and, WHEREAS, poverty and unemployment are demonstrably linked to increased crreferPass Action details Video Video
16-2567 1 COOK COUNTY JOBS COUNCILOrdinancePROPOSED ORDINANCE COOK COUNTY JOBS COUNCIL BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 2- ADMINISTRATION, ARTICLE VI- BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES, DIVISION 5- COOK COUNTY JOBS COUNCIL, is hereby enacted as Follows: ARTICLE VI. - BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES DIVISION 5. - COOK COUNTY JOBS COUNCIL Sec. 2-528.-Cook County Jobs Council (a) There is hereby created a Cook County Jobs Council which shall consist of the following nine (9) individuals: the President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners; the Chair of the Cook County Board of Commissioners’ Committee on Finance; the Chair of the Cook County Board of Commissioners’ Committee on Workforce, Housing and Community Development; the Chair of the Cook County Board of Commissioners’ Committee on Business and Economic Development; the Chair of the Cook County Board of Commissioners’ Committee on Human Relations; the Chair of the Cook County Board of Commissioners’ Committee on Roads and Bridges; the Director of Cook County’s Bureau of Economic Development; the Director of referPass Action details Not available
16-2569 1 PARENTING TO PREVENT VIOLENCE PROGRAMOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT PARENTING TO PREVENT VIOLENCE PROGRAM WHEREAS, violence has impacted and continues to impact the lives of too many citizens of Cook County; and, WHEREAS, violence has proven tremendously costly to Cook County government in the administration of its hospitals, courts and jails; and, WHEREAS, the President and the Cook County Board of Commissioners affirm their moral obligation to reduce the escalating trend of neighborhood violence in Cook County; and, WHEREAS, the President and the Cook County Board of Commissioners wish to send a strong public message that violence is both unacceptable and preventable; and, WHEREAS, the President and the Cook County Board of Commissioners wish to bolster this strong public message of zero tolerance for violence by strategically investing County resources in programs that attack the root cause of violence in our communities; and, WHEREAS, the President and the Cook County Board of Commissioners have already shown themselves to be forward-thinking and pro-active in the establishment of the JusticereferPass Action details Not available
16-2570 1 OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIESOrdinancePROPOSED ORDINANCE OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 38, Article VII, Sec. 38-165 of the Cook County Code is hereby enacted as follows: ARTICLE VII. OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Sec. 38-165. Office for People with Disabilities (a) Title. This division shall be known and may be cited as the “Office for People with Disabilities Ordinance” of Cook County, Illinois. (b) Purpose and Policy. Cook County is a place where your future is not limited by your race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, income, where you were born or where you live. Equity exists when everyone has access to opportunities necessary to satisfy essential needs, advance their well-being, and achieve their full potential. Equity is both the means to healthy communities and an end that benefits us all. People who have disabilities are entitled to full inclusion as equal citizens in society and the opportunity to achieve their full economic, social, cultural, civic, and political potential. People referPass Action details Not available
16-2571 1 A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APPROPRIATING FUNDS DERIVED FROM THE SPECIAL USE GASOLINE AND FUEL TAX FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING A COOK COUNTY COMMUNITY POLICING INITIATIVE TO BE OVERSEEN BY THE SHERIFF OF COOK COUNTYResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APPROPRIATING FUNDS DERIVED FROM THE SPECIAL USE GASOLINE AND FUEL TAX FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING A COOK COUNTY COMMUNITY POLICING INITIATIVE TO BE OVERSEEN BY THE SHERIFF OF COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, incidents of gun violence and homicide are rapidly escalating in Chicago and Cook County in 2016; and, WHEREAS, since January of 2016, over 600 people have been shot in the City of Chicago, with over 120 people killed; and, WHEREAS, in 2015, 2,987 people were shot in the City of Chicago, with 488 people killed; and, WHEREAS, if current trends continue, 2016 will see more people shot and killed in Chicago were shot and killed in 2015; and, WHEREAS, the escalation of gun violence and gang warfare in certain Chicago neighborhoods has created an atmosphere of danger and posed constant and intolerable risk to the life, liberty and property of citizens of Cook County; and, WHEREAS the President of the County Board and the Cook County Board of Commissioners wish to affirm the moral obligation oreferPass Action details Not available
16-2614 1 LOCAL BUSINESS PREFERENCEOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT LOCAL BUSINESS PREFERENCE WHEREAS, the 1970 Illinois Constitution, Article VII, Section 6 designates Cook County as a Home Rule Unit of Government; and WHEREAS, Cook County may exercise powers and perform functions as they relate to government, including the authority to regulate for the protection of the public health, safety, morals and welfare; and including the power to tax; and WHEREAS, when the revenue generated by Cook County taxes are used in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code, the funds are best used when they are put back into the Cook County economy; and WHEREAS, Cook County businesses are a driving force for employment and economic development in the County; and WHEREAS, spending public dollars with Cook County businesses serves the sound policy of increasing employment, fostering economic development and strengthening the economy of the County; and WHEREAS, expanding the preference given to Cook County businesses helps to further these policy goals; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners is empowered treferPass Action details Not available
16-2617 1 PROHIBITION ON RETALIATORY MOTIONS FOR USE AND OCCUPANCYOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT PROHIBITION ON RETALIATORY MOTIONS FOR USE AND OCCUPANCY WHEREAS, the 1970 Illinois Constitution, Article VII, Section 6 designates Cook County as a Home Rule Unit of Government; and WHEREAS, Cook County may exercise powers and perform functions as they relate to government, including the authority to regulate for the protection of the public health, safety, morals and welfare; and including the power to tax; and WHEREAS, Cook County may exercise and perform concurrently with the State any power or function of a home rule unit to the extent that the General Assembly by law does not specifically limit the concurrent exercise or specifically declare the State’s exercise to be exclusive; and WHEREAS, the General Assembly has not specifically limited the power of Cook County to enact laws regarding Forcible Entry and Detainer; and WHEREAS, the General Assembly has not specifically declared that the State’s exercise over Forcible Entry and Detainer laws to be exclusive to the State; and WHEREAS, allowing landlords who initiate Forcible EnreferPass Action details Video Video
16-2598 1 AN AMENDMENT TO THE PROPERTY TAX CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR ASSESSMENT Class C AmendmentOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT AN AMENDMENT TO THE PROPERTY TAX CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR ASSESSMENT BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 Taxation, Article II - Real Property Taxation, Division 2 - Classification System for Assessment, Section 74-63 (8)(b) of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-63. - Assessment classes. Real estate is divided into the following assessment classes: *** (8) Class C. Real estate which is to be used for industrial or commercial purposes, including abandoned property, as defined in Section 74-62, including the land upon which such property is situated; or vacant land; where such real estate because of contamination has undergone environmental testing and remediation and has received a "No Further Remediation Letter" from the site remediation program. a. To be eligible for a Class C classification an applicant must have received a "No Further Remediation Letter" confirming achievement of the remediation objectives based on the industrial or commercial use. b. The owner of the suspend the rulesPass Action details Video Video
16-2598 1 AN AMENDMENT TO THE PROPERTY TAX CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR ASSESSMENT Class C AmendmentOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT AN AMENDMENT TO THE PROPERTY TAX CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR ASSESSMENT BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 Taxation, Article II - Real Property Taxation, Division 2 - Classification System for Assessment, Section 74-63 (8)(b) of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-63. - Assessment classes. Real estate is divided into the following assessment classes: *** (8) Class C. Real estate which is to be used for industrial or commercial purposes, including abandoned property, as defined in Section 74-62, including the land upon which such property is situated; or vacant land; where such real estate because of contamination has undergone environmental testing and remediation and has received a "No Further Remediation Letter" from the site remediation program. a. To be eligible for a Class C classification an applicant must have received a "No Further Remediation Letter" confirming achievement of the remediation objectives based on the industrial or commercial use. b. The owner of the approvePass Action details Video Video
16-2616 1 Veterans' Assistance Commission FY 2014 1st Quarter ReportReportREPORT Department: Veterans Assistance Commission of Cook County Request: Receive and file Report Title: FY 2016 1st Quarter Report Report Period: 12/1/2015 - 2/29/2016 Summary: Per Board Resolution, this quarterly report provides daily activity at the Veterans Assistance Commission for the captioned time period.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
16-2323 1 Job Order Contracting (JOC) Internal Audit ReportReportREPORT Department: Office of the County Auditor Request: Refer to Audit Committee Report Title: Job Order Contracting (JOC) Internal Audit Report Report Period: March 2016 Summary: The purpose of the audit was to determine if the County’s JOC program is operating in accordance with the established Policies and Procedures and Contract guidelines for the Administration of the JOC program.referPass Action details Video Video
16-2342 1 FY’16 1st Quarter Open Findings Status ReportReportREPORT Department: Office of the County Auditor Request: Refer to Audit Committee Report Title: FY’16 1st Quarter Open Findings Status Report Report Period: March 2016 Summary: Report on the status of open audit findings and recommendations.referPass Action details Not available
16-2422 1 Sole Source and Emergency Procurements Internal Audit ReportReportREPORT Department: Office of the County Auditor Request: Refer to Audit Committee Report Title: Sole Source and Emergency Procurements Internal Audit Report Report Period: March 2016 Summary: The purpose of the audit was to verify that internal controls are in place and to ensure compliance with Sole Source and Emergency procurement policies, procedures and ordinance.referPass Action details Not available
16-2453 1 Bills and Claims Report for Period 03/03/2016 - 03/23/2016ReportREPORT Department: Comptroller Request: Receive and File Report Title: Bills and Claims Report Report Period: 03/03/2016 - 03/23/2016 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 seperately elected Official, which involve an expenditure of $150,000.00 or more, within two (2) weeks fo being made. Such reports shall include: 1. The name of the Vendor; 2. A brief description of the product of service provided. 3. The name of the Using Department and budgetary account from which funds are being drawn; and 4. The contract number under which the payment is being made.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
16-1366 1 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TAX (Wholesaler and retailer registration; Documents; books; records; Rulemaking)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TAX BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article IX. Alcoholic Beverage Tax, Sections 74-354, 74-356, 74-360 and 74-362of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-354. - Wholesaler and retailer registration (a) Any wholesaler who engages in the business of selling alcoholic beverages in the County must register with the Department, in accordance with procedures prescribed by the Department prior to engaging in the business of supplying or selling alcoholic beverages for resale, use or consumption in the County. (b) Wholesale alcoholic beverage dealers shall file each month with the Department a report of sales of alcoholic beverages in such form as prescribed and furnished by the Department. Such report of sales must be mailed in sufficient time to be postmarked on or before the 1520th day from the last day of the month for which the return is due. Each report of sales of alcoholic beverages shall be accompanied by a remittance of the appropriate amount referPass Action details Video Video
16-1369 1 GAMBLING MACHINE TAX (Violations, penalties; Books and records)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT GAMBLING MACHINE TAX BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article XVIII. Gambling Machine Tax, Sections 74-628, 74-634, 74-635 and 74-638of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-628. - Tax imposed. A tax is imposed upon each Gambling Machine that is displayed by a person for play or operation by the public in Cook County, as follows: (a) Tax Rate on Gambling Device. For each 12-month period as established by the director, an annual tax in the amount of $1,000.00 is imposed upon each Gambling Device; said tax shall be paid by the owner and shall be applicable for Gambling Devices that are displayed by a person for play or operation by the public in Cook County. The tax imposed may be made pro-ratable by the director under such policies, procedures, rules, and forms as may be promulgated by said director and shall be paid by the owner of the machine. (b) Tax Rate on Video Gaming Terminal. For each 12-month period as established by the director, an annual tax in the areferPass Action details Not available
16-1372 1 GASOLINE AND DIESEL FUEL TAX (Books and records, Municipality and township tax rebate, Rulemaking)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED SUBSTITUTE TO FILE 16-1372 Sponsored by: TONI PRECKWINKLE, President, Cook County Board of Commissioners PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT GASOLINE AND DIESEL FUEL TAX NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article XII. Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Tax, Sections 74-477, 74-479 and 74-482 be amended as follows: ARTICLE XII. - GASOLINE AND DIESEL FUEL TAX Sec. 74-477. - Books and records. Every gas distributor and retailer dealer as defined in this Article, shall keep accurate books and records of its beginning inventory, purchases, sales and ending inventory including original source documents and books of entry denoting the transactions that gave rise, or may have given rise, to any tax liability, exemption or deduction or defense to liability. Books and records and other papers relating to transactions which occurred during any period with respect to which the Department is authorized to issue notices of tax liability as provided in Chapter 34, Article III, Uniform Penalties, Interest and ProceduresreferPass Action details Not available
16-1373 1 SALES OF NEW MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAILERS TAX (New motor vehicle dealer registration; Tax remittance and returns; Books and records to be kept)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT SALES OF NEW MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAILERS TAX BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article VI. Sales of New Motor Vehicles and Trailers Tax, Sections 74-628, 74-634, 74-635 and 74-638 of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-234. - New motor vehicle dealer registration. New motor vehicle dealers, as described in this Article, shall register with the Department, in accordance with procedures prescribed by the Department, prior to commencing business. Application for registration shall be made on forms prescribed by the Department. It shall be unlawful to conduct business in Cook County as a new motor vehicle dealer prior to obtaining a Cook County Department of Revenue Sales of New Motor Vehicle certificate of tax registration. Sec. 74-235. - Tax remittance and returns. (a) Every new motor vehicle dealer shall file, on forms prescribed by the Department, a remittance return and remit all taxes due on or before the 20th day of the month following the month for which treferPass Action details Not available
16-1374 1 PARKING LOT AND GARAGE OPERATIONS TAX (Tax imposed; Maintenance of records)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED SUBSTITUTE TO FILE 16-1374 Sponsored by: TONI PRECKWINKLE, President, Cook County Board of Commissioners PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT PARKING LOT AND GARAGE OPERATIONS TAX NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article XIII. Parking Lot and Garage Operations Tax, Sections 74-512 and 74-514 be amended as follows: ARTICLE XIII. - PARKING LOT AND GARAGE OPERATIONS TAX Sec. 74-512. - Tax imposed. (a) A tax is imposed upon the use and privilege of parking a motor vehicle in or upon any parking lot or garage in the County. The tax shall be collected by operators and valet parking operators, as described in this Article, from any person who seeks the privilege of occupying space in or upon any parking lot or garage. (b) Valet Parking Operators are required to collect and remit the tax imposed by this Article, for each motor vehicle parked at a Parking Lot or Garage, as described in this Article; however, if the valet parking operator has a written agreement with a parking lot or garage operator that dreferPass Action details Not available
16-1375 1 UNIFORM PENALTIES, INTEREST AND PROCEDURES (Definitions, Statute of limitations)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT UNIFORM PENALTIES, INTEREST AND PROCEDURES BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 34 - Finance, Article III. Uniform Penalties, Interest and Procedures, Sections 34-62 and 34-77 of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 34-62. - Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this division shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: Department or Department of Revenue means the Cook County Department of Revenue. Director or Director of Revenue means the Director of Revenue of the County. Franchise fee means any cable television franchise fee payable to the County pursuant to Chapter 78, Article II, of this Code. Hearing officer means an administrative law officer or administrative law judge appointed by the Director of the Department of Administrative Hearings, to conduct hearings and to make final determination regarding taxpayer or tax collector petitions and protests as to any issreferPass Action details Not available
16-1377 1 USE TAX (Purchaser paying tax directly to department; Books and records to be kept)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT USE TAX BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article VII. Use Tax, Sections 74-272, 74-273, 74-275 and 74-277 of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-272. Tax imposed, tax rate; collection; purchaser; and tax collector. (a) Tax imposed on user. The tax imposed by this Article and the obligation to pay the same is upon the user, as described in this Article. (b) Tax Rate. Except as provided in Section 74-273, a tax is imposed at the rate of one percent on the selling price of tangible personal property, purchased through a sale at retail, which is titled or registered with an agency of the State of Illinois at location inside Cook County. (c) Collection; remittance; sales receipt. The tax imposed by this Article shall be collected from the purchaser by the tax collector as defined by Section 74-271, and remitted to the Department as provided in this Article. The tax imposed by this Article shall, when collected, be stated as a distinct item separate and apart from referPass Action details Not available
16-1383 1 AMUSEMENT TAX ORDINANCE (Definitions)Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT AMUSEMENT TAX ORDINANCE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article X. Amusement Tax, Section 74-391 of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-391. Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: Amusement means any exhibition, performance, presentation or show for entertainment purposes, including, but not limited to, any theatrical, dramatic, musical or spectacular performance, promotional show, motion picture show, flower, poultry or animal show, animal act, circus, rodeo, athletic contest, sport, game or similar exhibition, such as boxing, wrestling, skating, dancing, swimming, riding on animals or vehicles, baseball, basketball, softball, soccer, football, tennis, golf, hockey, track and field games, bowling, or billiard and pool games. For purposes of this article, the term "amusement" shall not mean any recreatreferPass Action details Not available
16-2190 1 TOBACCO TAX TOBACCO TAXOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT TOBACCO TAX BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 74 - Taxation, Article XI. Tobacco Tax, Sections 74-430, et seq. of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-430. Short title. This article may be cited as the "Cook County Tobacco Tax Ordinance". Sec. 74-431. Definitions. For the purpose of this article, whenever any of the following words, terms or definitions are used herein, they shall have the meaning ascribed to them in this section. Affix or affixed means to attach or attached tax stamps that cannot be removed from the cigarette pack without being mutilated or destroyed. Altered or mutilated tax stamp means any tax stamp on which the identity information is illegible or incompleteunique serial number is illegible or incomplete. If a tax stamp does not include a unique serial number, 75% of the stamp must be affixed to the cigarette pack. Chewing tobacco means any leaf tobacco that is not intended to be smoked. Cigar means any roll of tobacco wrapped in leaf tobacreferPass Action details Not available
16-1559 1 Bureau of Construction Monthly Progress Report Ending 3/31/2016ReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Request: Receive and File. Report Title: Bureau of Construction Monthly Progress Report Report Period: Ending 3/31/2016 Summary: Submitted is a copy of the Construction Bureau Report ending 3/31/2016.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
16-1720 1 Roy Strom Refuse Removal Service, Inc., Maywood, IllinoisContract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Roy Strom Refuse Removal Service, Inc., Maywood, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Waste Removal Services Location: Maintenance Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 County Board District(s): 5, 14, 16, 17 Original Contract Period: 4/1/2013 - 3/31/2015 with two (2), one (1) year renewal options. Section: 13-7WMRD-01-MG Proposed Contract Period Extension: 4/1/2016 - 3/31/2017 Section: 13-7WMRD-01-MG Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $148,537.50 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 3/12/2013, $68,537.50 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 10/27/2015, 3/13/2015 - 3/12/2016, $80,000.00 This Increase Requested: N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $30,000.00 FY 2017 $10,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund: (600-585 Account) Contract Number(s): 12-53-453 IDOT ConapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2034 1 City of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois IGA Kedzie 14-W4632-01-EGIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): City of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois Request: Approval Goods or Services: City of Chicago will direct the Phase II Design Engineering Services and preparation of construction plans, specifications, estimates and contract documents for improvements along Kedzie Avenue at Milwaukee Avenue and Logan Boulevard. The County will reimburse the City of Chicago for its share of costs for the Phase II Design Engineering Services (estimated total County share $240,000.00) under County Section: 14-W4632-01-EG. Location: Kedzie Avenue at Milwaukee Avenue and Logan Boulevard in the City of Chicago Section: 14-W4632-01-EG Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 8 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: N/A Fiscal Impact: $240,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund (600-585 Account) Summary: This Agreement is necessitated by the improvement to ensure safe, comfortable and sustainable highways in accordance with approvePass Action details Not available
16-2035 1 Illinois Central Management Services, Springfield, IllinoisIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Illinois Central Management Services, Springfield, Illinois Request: Approval Goods or Services: The Department of Transportation and Highways submits for execution an Intergovernmental Agreement of Understanding for Maintenance and Construction with the Illinois Central Management Services wherein the County will close the existing and future Permits for the installation of fiber optic cable and release all the bonds. Location: 11-08-3139-C Vollmer Road, I57 in the Village of Matteson 11-08-3143-C Steger Road, I57 in the Village of Monee 11-08-3144-C Flossmoor Road, I57 in the City of Country Club Hills 11-08-3147-C Sauk Trail, I57 in the Village of Richton Park 12-02-3383-C Roselle Road, Algonquin Road in the Village of Palatine Section: N/A Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: County Wide Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: N/A approvePass Action details Not available
16-2250 1 Land Acq to Roads and BridgesAcquisition of Real EstatePROPOSED ACQUISITION OF REAL ESTATE Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): N/A Action: Refer to the Committee of Roads and Bridges. The Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways requests permission to discuss the above captioned matter with the Board of Commissioners, or the appropriate Committee thereof, pursuant to County Ordinance 95-O-7 regarding acquisition of real estate. Section: 14-A5015-04-RP Parcel(s): 0KR0004TE-A, -B & -C Location: Lake Cook Road, Raupp Boulevard to Weiland Road in the Village of Buffalo Grove Board District: 14 Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/AreferPass Action details Not available
16-2368 1 Plote Construction, Inc., Hoffman Estates, IllinoisCompletion of Construction Approval Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION APPROVAL RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Plote Construction, Inc., Hoffman Estates, Illinois Action: Approval Good(s) or Service(s): Pavement Resurfacing Enhancement Program-North 2014 This improvement, consisted of removal of the existing hot-mix asphalt surface, resurfacing with hot-mix asphalt surface course, leveling binder (machine method), drainage repairs and adjustments, sidewalk removal and ADA ramp replacement, pavement marking, traffic protection, top soil and seeding, guardrail upgrades and maintenance and all other related work and miscellaneous appurtenances. The decreases are attributed to the difference between the estimated quantities and actual field quantities of work performed with deductions in hot mix asphalt surface removal, hot mix asphalt binder course, temporary butt joints, concrete sidewalk, traffic barrier terminal, seeding, survey monuments, engineer’s field office and class c and d patching per field conditions. Location of PapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2372 1 Acorn Garage, Inc., Chicago, Illinois 11-53-13-AContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Transportation and Highways, Cook County Sheriff’s Office, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Adult Probation Department and Homeland Security and Emergency Management Vendor: Acorn Garage, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Maintenance, Repair, Parts and Labor for Buses and Heavy Duty Trucks for Zone One (1). Original Contract Period: 5/7/2012 - 5/6/2014 Proposed Contract Period Extension: 5/7/ 2016 - 11/5/2016 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $1,799,110.39 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 5/1/2012, $384,155.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 6/18/2014, $608,000.00, 5/7/2014 - 5/6/2015; 6/10/2015, $806,955.39 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 5/12/2015, 5/7/2015 - 5/6/2016 This Increase Requested: $200,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $200,000.00 Accounts: Various 444 Contract Number(s): 11-approvePass Action details Not available
16-2503 1 Clayco, Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Bureau of Asset Management Vendor: Clayco, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Office of the System Director-Supply Chain Management to extend and amend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Developer Service Original Contract Period: 11/18/2015 - 6/30/2016 (Phase #1) Proposed Contract Period Extension: 7/1/2016 - 09/30/2018 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $946,410.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 11/18/2015 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $112,640,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $13,027,729, FY 2017 $81,895,138, FY 2018 $17,717,133 Accounts: 1619 Contract Number(s): H15-25-126 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The County and CCHHS have determined that Clayco, Inc. (Developer) has completed Phase 1 of the Agreement, refer as amended in the errataPass Action details Video Video
16-2491 1 The Gordian Group Inc, Mauldin, South CarolinaContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Capital Planning and Policy, Facilities Management, Transportation and Highways Vendor: The Gordian Group, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Professional Services Original Contract Period: 5/1/2012 - 4/30/2015 with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 5/1/2016 - 4/30/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $3,550,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 5/14/2012, $1,050,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 9/10/2014, $2,500,000.00 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 4/24/2015, 5/1/2015 - 4/30/2016 This Increase Requested: $3,500,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $1,750,000.00, FY 2017 $1,750,000.00 Accounts: Capital Improvement Program - 580 Contract Number(s): 11-28-043 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinancrefer as amended in the errataPass Action details Video Video
16-2493 1 Countywide JOC ProgramJob Order ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): The Department of Capital Planning & Policy, The Department of Facilities Management, The Department of Transportation and Highways Vendor: Various vendors (see ”Summary” below) Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Countywide Job Order Contract (JOC) Program Contract Value: $89,000,000.00 Contract period: 6/1/2016 - 5/31/2018, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2016 $44,500,000.00, FY 2017 $44,500,000.00 Accounts: Capital Improvement Program - 580 Contract Number(s): 1555-14475 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: JOC is a quantity based procurement process that allows the facility owners to complete a multitude of repair/maintenance/replacement and construction projects with a single, competitively bid contract. The JOC process generally involves first selecting a vendor pool of potenreferPass Action details Not available
16-2496 1 The Bowa Group, Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): The Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: The Bowa Group, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Construction Services Contract Value: $854,888.00 Contract period: 4/25/2016 - 4/24/2017 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2016 $854,888.00 Accounts: Capital Improvement Program - 580 Contract Number(s): 1555-14935 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This project provides for the construction of two new children’s advocacy rooms located at the Criminal Courts Administration Building and the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. These rooms will provide a safe, nurturing environment free from the stressful, emotionally charged atmosphere of a courtroom for children whose parents are conducting court business. These rooms seek to ensure every child is recognized as an individual whose gender, abilities, persoapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-2499 1 Pagoda-CCI Joint Venture, Flossmoor, Illinois CCAB Reno of fl. 7, 8 & 9ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): The Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Pagoda-CCI Joint Venture I, Flossmoor, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Construction Services Contract Value: $3,393,000.00 Contract period: 11/1/2016 - 10/31/2017 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2016, $3,393,000.00 Accounts: Capital Improvement Program - 580 Contract Number(s): 1555-15033 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This project provides for renovation on floors 7, 8 and 9 at the Criminal Courts Administration Building. The Public Defender’s Office occupied these floors with 218 full time employees (FTE). The renovation will upgrade the physical environment to adequately support the operational and staffing requirements of the Public Defender Office. Furthermore, it will provide a more efficient layout to consolidate staffing to accommodate a total of 276 FTEs. Competitiwithdraw  Action details Not available
16-1127 1 Southwest Industries D/B/A Anderson Elevator Company, Broadview, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Facilities Management Vendor: Southwest Industries, Inc. d/b/a Anderson Elevator Company, Broadview, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): County-wide Elevators, Escalators, Dumbwaiters, Wheelchair Lifts, and Related Equipment Maintenance and Repair Contract Value: $8,961,643.00 Contract period: 3/1/2016 - 2/28/2019, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: 200-450 FY 2016 $1,586,262.96; FY 2017 $2,115,017.28; FY2018 $2,115,017.28; FY2019 $528,754.48; 898-450 FY2016 $97,316.66, FY 2017 $106,407.66, FY2018 $106,407.66, FY 2019 $9,280.02; 897-450 FY2016 $486,202.73, FY2017 $648,270.33 FY2018 $648,270.00 FY2019 $162,067.56; 891-450 FY2016 $97,880.00, FY2017 $117,456.00, FY2018 $117,456.00, FY2019 $19,576.00 Accounts: 200-450, 898-450, 897-450, 891-450 Contract Number(s): 1545-14645 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurapprove as amended in the errataPass Action details Video Video
16-1938 1 Fund Transfer To allow Facilities Management to purchase additional custodial suppliesTransfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Facilities Management Request: Fund Transfer Reason: To allow Facilities Management to purchase additional custodial supplies From Account(s): 200-333, $100,000.00 To Account(s): 200-330, $100,000.00 Total Amount of Transfer: $100,000.00 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? It became apparent on 2/23/2016 that account 330 would need additional funding. As of 2/22/2016 the balance was $54,003.00 and on 1/26/2016 the balance was $77,137.00 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 transferred funds. This account was chosen because of the amount of unencumbered funds Identify any projects, purchases, programs, contracts, or other obligations that will be deferred, delayed, or cancapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-2083 1 Tiles In Styles, Inc., Naperville, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Facilities Management Vendor: Tiles In Styles, LLC d/b/a Taza Supplies, Naperville, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase and extend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Furnish and Install Carpeting Original Contract Period: 7/1/2012 - 6/30/2015, with one (1), one (1) year renewal option Proposed Contract Period Extension: 7/1/2016 - 12/31/2016 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $1,720,800.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 5/1/2012, $1,420,400.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 7/29/2015, $300,400.00, 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $650,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $650,000.00 Accounts: Capital Improvement Program - 583 Contract Number(s): 12-45-039 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This increase withdraw  Action details Not available
16-2101 1 Transfer of Funds To allow Facilities Management to rent equipmentTransfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Facilities Management Request: Transfer of funds Reason: To allow Facilities Management to rent equipment From Account(s): 200-333, $100,000.00 To Account(s): 200-638, $100,000.00 Total Amount of Transfer: $100,000.00 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? It became apparent on 3/1/2016 that additional funds would be needed in this account. The balance on 3/1/2016 was $19,125.00. The balance in this account on 2/1/2016 was 57,000.00 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 transferred funds. This account was chosen because of the amount of unencumbered funds. Identify any projects, purchases, programs, contracts, or other obligations that will be deferred, delayed, or canceleapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-2267 1 Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation, Park Ridge, New JerseyContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Facilities Management, Cook County Sheriff’s Office and Department of Transportation and Highways Vendor: Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation, Park Ridge, New Jersey Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Equipment Rental Services Contract Value: $624,200.00 Contract period: 4/15/2016 - 4/14/2017, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: 200 FY2016 $175,000.00; FY2017 $125,000.00 499 FY2016 $72,450.00; FY2017 $51,750.00 501 FY2016 $75,000.00; FY2017 $125,000.00 Accounts: 200-638, 499-444, 501-638 Contract Number(s): 1684-15307 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Facilities Management, Cook County Sheriff’s Office and Department of Transportation and Highways request authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute a contract with HapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2040 1 Applied Real Estate Analysis, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Contract 13-88-033 req to extend AREAContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Real Estate Management Vendor: Applied Real Estate Analysis, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Real Estate Appraisal Services Original Contract Period: 2/20/2013 - 1/31/2015, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 2/1/2016 - 1/31/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $50,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): $50,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 3/27/2015, 2/1/2015 - 1/31/2016 This Increase Requested: N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: 031-260 Contract Number(s): 13-88-033 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This second of three (3), one (1) year renewal options will allow Applied Real Estate Analysis, Inc. to coapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2041 1 Allied Appraisal Company, Burr Ridge, Illinois Contract 13-88-033A req to extnd AlliedContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Real Estate Management Vendor: Allied Appraisal Company, Burr Ridge, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Real Estate Appraisal Services Original Contract Period: 2/20/2013 - 1/31/2015, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 2/1/2016 - 1/31/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $50,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 2/19/2013, $50,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 3/27/2015, 2/1/2015 - 1/31/2016 This Increase Requested: N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: 031-260 Contract Number(s): 13-88-033A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This second of three (3), one (1) year renewal options will allow Allied Appraisal Company to continueapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2198 1 Civic Health Development Group (“CHDG”), CHDG is a joint venture development team of MB Real Estate Services, Inc., Walsh Investors, LLC, Plenary Group USA Ltd and Granite Development Corporation, Chicago, IllinoisAgreementPROPOSED AGREEMENT Department(s): Real Estate Management Other Part(ies): Civic Health Development Group (“CHDG”), CHDG is a joint venture development team of MB Real Estate Services, Inc., Walsh Investors, LLC, Plenary Group USA Ltd and Granite Companies LLC, Chicago, Illinois. Request: Authorization for the Director of Real Estate Management to enter into a redevelopment agreement and associated ground leases on behalf of the County of Cook with the Civic Health Development Group (“CHDG”). Good(s) or Service(s): CHDG will serve as the County’s market rate development team of the Old Cook County Hospital site and adjoining real estate within the Cook County Hospital campus which is also known as the Hospital Campus Redevelopment Agreement period: Ninety-nine year ground lease, with (2) twenty-five year Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: N/A Agreement Number(s): N/A Summary/Notes: CHDG was selected following the issuance of a Request for Proposal (“RFP”) by the Cook County Bureau of Asset Management Department of Real Estate in Januarefer as amended in the errataPass Action details Video Video
16-2490 1 Bright Horizons Children’s Centers, Watertown, MassachusettsAgreementPROPOSED AGREEMENT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Real Estate Management Other Part(ies): Bright Horizons Children’s Centers, Watertown, Massachusetts Request: Authorization to extend for five (5) years, an operational agreement Good(s) or Service(s): Bright Horizons is responsible for the operation of the Cook County/City of Chicago Child Development Center, located in the George W. Dunne Office Building at 69 West Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. Agreement period: The initial Contract for Service Document (the “Operating Agreement”) was approved by the Board of Commissioners on 3/8/2001. The Board approved a five (5) year renewal on 4/5/2006. The Board approved an additional five (5) year term on 5/17/2011. The current contract expires 5/31/2016. The Extension Period will be 6/1/2016 - 5/31/2021. Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: N/A Agreement Number(s): Contract No. 01-41-806 Summary: Bright Horizons Children’s Centers was selected to operate the center through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process in 2001. Thapprove as amended in the errataPass Action details Video Video
16-2492 1 City of Chicago (New) Lease for Sheriffs Office @2418 W DivisionLease AgreementPROPOSED LEASE AGREEMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Approve a (New) Lease Agreement Landlord: City of Chicago Tenant: County of Cook, for use by Cook County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Mental Health Policy and Advocacy Location: 2418 W. Division Street, Chicago, Illinois Term/Extension Period: Commencement upon Board Approval - 12/31/2026 Space Occupied: 730 Square feet Monthly Rent: None Fiscal Impact: $1.00 and other value consideration Accounts: N/A Option to Renew: N/A Termination: By either party, with a 120 day prior written notice Utilities Included: Yes Summary/Notes: As part of the City/County collaboration initiative, the Cook County Sheriff’s Office Department of Mental Health Policy and Advocacy will utilize space on the first floor of the Building as a mental health center operated by the Cook County Department of Corrections. The goal of the center is to allow for a continuation of care for formerly incarcerated individuals with identified mental health needs followapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-2431 1 PROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT 7852 W. 47th Street, LLCResolutionPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Department of Planning and Development Request: Correcting P.I.N. Numbers on a previously approved resolution Item Number: 15-4074 Fiscal Impact: N/A Account(s): N/A Original Text of Item: 7852 W. 47TH STREET, 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: 7852 W. 47th Street, LLC Address: 7852 W. 47th Street, Lyons, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Lyons Cook County District: 16 Permanent Index Number: 18-01-0322322-009-0000 and 18-01-0322322-010-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Lyons Resolution Number 05-19-15-R1 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 15 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 10 full-time, 10 part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this locatapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-2472 1 VK 101VK 1019 NOEL, LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST 9 Noel, LLCResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION VK 1019 NOEL, 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: VK 1019 Noel, LLC Address: 1019 Noel, Wheeling, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Wheeling Cook County District: 14 Permanent Index Number: 03-14-103-010-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Wheeling Resolution Number 15-133 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Number of months vacant two (2) Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: not available Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: not available Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: not available Estimated Number of construction jobs: 25 construction workers Proposed use of property: The applicant intends to lease the property to an industrial user Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: YereferPass Action details Video Video
16-2483 1 Proposed Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery (CDBG - DR)HOME Investment Partnerships ProgramPROPOSED PROPOSED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT - DISASTER RECOVERY (CDBG-DR) Department: Planning and Development Other Part(ies): Presidio Capital, LLC, Hinsdale, Illinois Request: Approval of a CDBG - DR Loan with Developer and Homebuyer Subsidies Total Development Cost: $7,000,000.00 Project Loan Amount: $7,000,000.00 Fiscal Impact: None Account(s): N/A Summary: The Department of Planning and Development within the Bureau of Economic Development respectfully submits the attached Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery project loan recommendation in the amount of $7,000,000.00 to Presidio Capital, LLC. This project loan will be utilized to support CDBG -DR-eligible project costs incurred during the new construction of 29 new townhomes and single family homes in Cicero, Illinois as replacement housing for households displaced by the 2013 Flood. The area of Cicero where these homes will be built (northeast corner) is not in a 100 year flood plain, but is near transit and meets the new energy star ratings for new construction. ThereferPass Action details Video Video
16-2497 1 Seida Property Management, LLCResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION SEIDA PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, 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: Seida Property Management, LLC Address: 113 W. 159th Street, South Holland, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: South Holland Cook County District: 6 Permanent Index Number: 29-21-200-005-0000; 29-21-200-022-0000; 29-21-200-032-0000; 29-21-200-073-0000 and 29-21-200-056-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Resolution Village of South Holland approved January 4, 2016 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 18 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 30 full-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: none Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: 220 full-time Estimated Number of construction jobs: Not applicable Proposed use of property: This prreferPass Action details Video Video
16-2512 1 MICHAEL B. STERN/RAINBOW LIGHTING INC. 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION MICHAEL B. STERN/RAINBOW LIGHTING INC. 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: Michael B. Stern/Rainbow Lighting, Inc. Address: 200-220 Fencl Lane, Hillside, Illinois 60162 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Hillside Cook County District: 16 Permanent Index Number: 15-17-304-065-0000; 15-17-304-076-0000; and 15-17-304-076-0000; 15-17-304-095-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: 15-10 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 14 Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 2 full-time, 6 part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: 11 full-time, 2 part-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: 11 full-time, 2 part-time Estimated Number of construction jobs: 30 Proposed use of property: Industrial-Warehousing and distribution Living WagereferPass Action details Not available
16-2513 1 CAPANNARI’S INC. 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION CAPANNARI’S INC. 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: Capannari’s Inc. Address: 701 North Wheeling Road, Mount Prospect, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Mount Prospect Cook County District: 9 Permanent Index Number: 03-35-200-071-1001 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Mount Prospect Resolution Number 42-15 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 21 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: Three (3) full-time, 10 part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: # full-time, # part-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: Two (2) full-time, 35 part-time Estimated Number of construction jobs: 10 construction jobs Proposed use of property: This property will be used for industrial purpose light productionreferPass Action details Not available
16-1293 1 Human Resources Bi-Weekly Activity Report for Pay Periods 5 and 6ReportREPORT Department: Human Resources Request: Receive and File Report Title: Human Resources Bi-Weekly Activity Report for Pay Periods 5 and 6 Report Period: Pay Period 5, 2/21/2016-3/5/2016 and Pay Period 6, 3/6/2016 - 3/19/2016 Summary: Submitting the Human Resources Activity Report for the Pay Period listed abovereceive and filePass Action details Video Video
16-2508 1 Proposed Resolution Approving economic package including wage increases and healthcare County of Cook and Cook County Pharmacy Association, Chicago Joint Board, Retail, Wholesale & Department Store Union, AFL-CIO, CLC (RWDSU Local 200) representing PharmaResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION Proposed Resolution Approving economic package including wage increases and healthcare WHEREAS, the Illinois Public Employee Labor Relations Act (5 ILCS 315/1 et seq.) has established regulations regarding collective bargaining with a union; and WHEREAS, a Collective Bargaining Agreement for the period of December 1, 2012 through November 30, 2017 has been negotiated between the County of Cook and Cook County Pharmacy Association, Chicago Joint Board, Retail, Wholesale & Department Store Union, AFL-CIO, CLC (RWDSU Local 200) representing Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians; and WHEREAS salary adjustments and general wage increases are reflected in the Salary Schedules included in the Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiated between County of Cook and RWDSU Local 200; and (a) effective the first full pay period on or after June 1, 2013 the pay rates for all classifications shall be increased 1.00% (b) effective the first full pay period on or after June 1, 2014 the pay rates for all classifications shall be increased 1.50% (c) effectivreferPass Action details Video Video
16-2509 1 The Board of Trustees of Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IllinoisIntergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Bureau of Technology Other Part(ies): The Board of Trustees of Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois Request: Approval of an intergovernmental agreement Goods or Services: Assistance in the development and implementation of various telecommunications and networking initiatives Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: 4/15/2016 - 11/30/2019 Fiscal Impact: Total agreement authority: $500,000.00 - FY 2016: $78,000.00, FY 2017: $192,000.00, FY 2018: $192,000.00, FY 2019: $38,000.00 Accounts: 499-260 Summary: The Bureau of Technology (BOT) respectfully requests approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the Board of Trustees of Northern Illinois University (NIU) to provide the County with assistance in the development and implementation of mutually beneficial technology related initiatives with regional partners such as the State of Illinois, the City of Chicago, and the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association. The County has previously received critical assistanapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-2522 1 System Solutions, Inc., Northbrook, IllinoisContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Bureau of Technology Vendor: System Solutions, Inc., Northbrook, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Standard Specification Hardware (Lot A) and Hardware Maintenance (Lot C) for Various Cook County Agencies Current Contract Period: 7/1/2012 - 6/30/2016 Proposed Contract Extension Period: 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2017 for Lot A and Lot C Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $13,189,457.10 for Lot A; $3,054,976.56 for Lot C Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 6/5/2012, $13,189,457.10 for Lot A; $1,424,976.56 for Lot C Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 10/8/2014, $1,630,000.00 for Lot C Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 5/6/2015, 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 This Increase Requested: $840,000.00 for Lot C Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $840,000.00 for Lot C Accounts: 499-441 Contract Number(s): 11-84-167A & C Concurrences: The vendor hasapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2478 1 Fidlar Technologies, Inc, Davenport, Iowa Property Fraud Alert Software LicensesContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Recorder of Deeds Vendor: Fidlar Technologies, Inc., Davenport, Iowa Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase and extend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Property Fraud Alert Software License Current Contract Period: 12/1/2014 - 11/30/2015 Proposed Contract Extension Period: 12/1/2015 - 11/30/2016 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $38,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 5/12/2014, $19,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 4/10/2015, $19,000.00, 12/1/2014 - 11/30/2015 This Increase Requested: $19,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $19,000.00 Accounts: 527-260 Contract Number(s): 1441-13347 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. The Bureau of Technology concurs Summary: This increase and extension will allow Fidlar TeapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-2182 1 Uniforms Manufacturing, Inc., Scottsdale, Arizona Inmate UniformsContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Sheriff’s Department of Corrections Vendor: Uniforms Manufacturing, Inc., Scottsdale, Arizona Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Inmate Uniforms Contract Value: $1,217,116.95 Contract period: 4/20/2016 - 4/19/2019, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2016: $405,705.65; FY 2017: $405,705.65; and FY2018: $405,705.65 Accounts: 239-320 Contract Number(s): 1511-15088 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise Ordinance. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: Competitive bidding procedures were followed in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. Bids were solicited for the purchase of uniforms for the inmates of the Department of Corrections. Uniforms Manufacturing, Inc., was the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder.approvePass Action details Video Video
16-2150 1 Jolen Electric CompanyResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION JOLEN ELECTRIC 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: Jolen Electric Company Address: 3259 Holeman Avenue, South Chicago Heights, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Bloom Township Cook County District: 6 Permanent Index Number: 32-33-103-109-0000 and 32-33-103-110-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of South Chicago Heights Resolution Number 2014-R-9 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: One (1) month vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: one (1)- two (2) full-time jobs Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: Eight (8) full-time jobs Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: Same as above Estimated Number of construction jobs: Five (5)-10 construction jobs Proposed use of property: warehousing and approvePass Action details Not available
16-2205 1 LITTLE BEANS CAFÉ CLASS 7A PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION LITTLE BEANS CAFÉ CLASS 7A PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 7A application containing the following information: Applicant: Little Beans Café Address: 430 Asbury, Evanston, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Evanston Cook County District: 13 Permanent Index Number: 10-25-206-007-0000; 10-25-206-008-0000 and 10-25-203-011-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Resolution No. 64-R-14 approved 9/14/2014, 2014 and Resolution No. 80-R-15 approved 8/17/2015 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Seven (7) years vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Confirmation supporting that all five (5) eligibility factors have been met: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: Four (4) full-time, 19 part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: None Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: Two (2) full-time, eight (8) part-time EstimatedapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2290 1 ESTABLISHING THE COOK COUNTY COMMISSION ON SOCIAL INNOVATION FOR JOB CREATION, WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION, AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT.OrdinancePROPOSED ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE COOK COUNTY COMMISSION ON SOCIAL INNOVATION FOR JOB CREATION, WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION, AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. WHEREAS, the municipalities throughout Cook County, including inner-city Chicago and those comprising the Chicago Southland, are facing high unemployment and other economic challenges; and WHEREAS, high levels of economic distress in the aforementioned areas have been reported in the Distressed Community Index from Washington D.C. based, Economic Innovation Group, that shows high levels of inequality; and WHEREAS, people throughout Cook County are urgently seeking knowledge-based, innovation-driven solutions to social problems relating to education, health care, unemployment, and poverty. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners that Chapter 14 Community Development, Article IX, sections 14-89 through 14-97 of the Cook County Code, is hereby enacted as follows: Sec. 14-89. Short title This chapter shall be known and may be cited as tapprove as amendedPass Action details Not available
16-2121 1 Plastic Color CorporationResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PLASTIC COLOR CORPORATION CLASS 6B SUSTAINABLE EMERGENCY RELIEF (SER) WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b Sustainable Emergency Relief (SER) application containing the following information: Applicant: Plastic Color Corporation Address: 14201 Paxton Avenue, Calumet City, Illinois Length of time at current location: 18 years Length of time property under same ownership: 18 years Is there evidence supporting 10 years of the same ownership and/or occupancy (tenancy): Yes Age of the Property (Building): 37 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Thornton Cook County District: 4th Permanent Index Number(s): 29-01-401-003-0000; 29-01-401-004-0000; 29-01-401-005-0000; 29-01-400-018-0000; 29-01-400-023-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Calumet City Resolution No. 15-10 and Village of Burnham 15-001 Evidence of Economic Hardship: The Applicant has experienced significant economic hardship as a result of the recent recession, the currenapprovePass Action details Not available
16-2069 1 Demeceyo W. & Damrio G.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Eleesha Madeline O’Neill Presenter: Same Fees: $2,943.75 Case Name: In the Interest of Demeceyo W., Damrio G. Trial Court No(s): 10JA1000, 11JA0872 Appellate Court No(s): 1-15-2564approvePass Action details Not available
16-2070 1 Sean Kyle B.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Eleesha Madeline O’Neill Presenter: Same Fees: $2,062.50 Case Name: In the Interest Sean Kyle B. Trial Court No(s): 10JA0128 Appellate Court No(s): 1-15-124, 15-1533approvePass Action details Not available
16-2386 1 Shanquel B.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $1,605.00 Case Name: In the Interest of Shanquel B. Trial Court No(s): 12JA1151 Appellate Court No(s): 1-15-2542 cons 15-2723approvePass Action details Not available
16-2432 1 Christopher A.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Thomas O’Connell Presenter: Same Fees: $3350.63 Case Name: In re Christopher A. Trial Court No(s): 13JA432 Appellate Court No(s): 1-14-2279approvePass Action details Not available
16-1276 1 Sidney CollinsCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Chicago-Kent College of Law Presenter: Daniel T. Coyne Fees: $1,372.77 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Sidney Collins Case No(s): 10CR80002approvePass Action details Not available
16-2117 1 Frank SalogaCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Chicago-Kent College of Law Presenter: Daniel T. Coyne Fees: $978.88 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Frank Saloga Case No(s): 01CR80004approvePass Action details Not available
16-2118 1 Rickey CeasarCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Chicago-Kent College of Law Presenter: Daniel T. Coyne Fees: $17,165.19 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Rickey Ceasar Case No(s): 13CR13349-11approvePass Action details Not available
16-2144 1 Sebron FloydCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dr. Diane Lytton Presenter: Stephen F. Potts Fees: $2,449.10 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): expert fees Name(s) of respondent(s): Sebron Floyd Case No(s): 02CR80002approvePass Action details Not available
16-2269 1 Maceo WillisCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dr. Luis Rosell Presenter: Matthew McQuaid Fees: $3,135.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): Expert witness Name(s) of respondent(s): Maceo Willis Case No(s): 14CR80011approvePass Action details Not available
16-2270 1 Anthony WilsonCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dr. Luis Rosell Presenter: Matthew McQuaid Fees: $570.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): Expert witness Name(s) of respondent(s): Anthony Wilson Case No(s): 14CR80008approvePass Action details Not available
16-2311 1 Cody BestCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Frank J. Serio Presenter: Same Fees: $2,367.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Cody Best Case No(s): 13CR18986-01approvePass Action details Not available
16-2365 1 Jessie ReedCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Pradeep Roy-Singh Presenter: Same Fees: $400.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jessie Reed Case No(s): 06CR80018approvePass Action details Not available
16-2043 1 M. Spencer (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Colleen R. Daly, Attorney at Law, LLC Presenter: Same Fees: $398.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Mercy Spencer (father) In Re: M. Spencer (minor) Case No(s): 15JA543approvePass Action details Not available
16-2044 1 S. Eskridge, S. Goodman (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Colleen R. Daly, Attorney at Law, LLC Presenter: Same Fees: $245.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tiyone Eskridge (father) In Re: S. Eskridge, S. Goodman (minors) Case No(s): 13JA1145, 13JA1146approvePass Action details Not available
16-2045 1 E. Davidson, A. Davidson, A. Davidson (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Colleen R. Daly, Attorney at Law, LLC Presenter: Same Fees: $1,088.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): E. Davidson, A. Davidson, A. Davidson (minors) GAL In Re: E. Davidson, A. Davidson, A. Davidson (minors) Case No(s): 12JA852, 12JA853, 12JA577approvePass Action details Not available
16-2047 1 M. GibbsChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean C. Morask Presenter: Same Fees: $437.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jalissa Santiago (mother) In Re: M. Gibbs (minor) Case No(s): 08JA643approvePass Action details Not available
16-2050 1 J. Smith, J. McDonaldChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean C. Morask Presenter: Same Fees: $412.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jenavee Smith (mother) In Re: J. Smith, J. McDonald (minors) Case No(s): 11JA123, 15JA170approvePass Action details Not available
16-2051 1 D. Gary, M. GaryChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean C. Morask Presenter: Same Fees: $887.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): D. Gary, M. Gary (minors) GAL In Re: D. Gary, M. Gary (minors) Case No(s): 03JA733, 03JA734approvePass Action details Not available
16-2054 1 A. MendozaChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Donna L. Ryder Presenter: Same Fees: $1,102.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): John Conners (father) In Re: A. Mendoza (minor) Case No(s): 14JA247approvePass Action details Not available
16-2061 1 K. Underwood, T. Struthers, C. WilliamsChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Samuel Warsawsky Presenter: Same Fees: $1,187.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Lashunda Williams (mother) In Re: K. Underwood, T. Struthers, C. Williams (minors) Case No(s): 14JA376, 14JA377, 14JA378approvePass Action details Not available
16-2064 1 I. HobbsChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Samuel Warsawsky Presenter: Same Fees: $325.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): I. Hobbs (minor) GAL In Re: I. Hobbs (minor) Case No(s): 04JA1242approvePass Action details Not available
16-2065 1 J. FergusonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven O. Ross Presenter: Same Fees: $1,432.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Ferguson (minor) GAL In Re: J. Ferguson (minor) Case No(s): 15JA896approvePass Action details Not available
16-2066 1 J. NavaretteChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven O. Ross Presenter: Same Fees: $885.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Melchor Navarette (father) In Re: J. Navarette (minor) Case No(s): 15JA786approvePass Action details Not available
16-2067 1 K.C. JohnsonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul S. Kayman Presenter: Same Fees: $425.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Michael Johnson (father) In Re: K.C. Johnson (minor) Case No(s): 13JA01144approvePass Action details Not available
16-2068 1 J. Korte, A. KorteChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul S. Kayman Presenter: Same Fees: $400.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Charles Chrapla (father) In Re: J. Korte, A. Korte (minors) Case No(s): 05JA01289, 05JA01291approvePass Action details Not available
16-2071 1 E. McGeeChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $825.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Antwanette Thompson (mother) In Re: E. McGee (minor) Case No(s): 15JA900approvePass Action details Not available
16-2072 1 D. Cardena, G. CardenaChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $1,598.57 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): D. Cardena, G. Cardena (minors) GAL In Re: D. Cardena, G. Cardena (minors) Case No(s): 13JA942, 14JA1312approvePass Action details Not available
16-2084 1 N. MorrisonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $225.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tristan Morrison (father) In Re: N. Morrison (minor) Case No(s): 15JA382approvePass Action details Not available
16-2085 1 J. Plummer, Jr.Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $262.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Plummer, Jr. (minor) GAL In Re: J. Plummer, Jr. (minor) Case No(s): 13JA857approvePass Action details Not available
16-2086 1 J. WilliamsChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $200.98 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Olivia Johnson (mother) In Re: J. Williams (minor) Case No(s): 14JA676approvePass Action details Not available
16-2087 1 F. FlaggChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $325.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Fredrick Flagg, Sr. (father) In Re: F. Flagg (minor) Case No(s): 15JA843approvePass Action details Not available
16-2089 1 D. Harris, D. ArmstrongChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $187.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Dennis Armstrong (father) In Re: D. Harris, D. Armstrong (minors) Case No(s): 12JA424, 12JA415approvePass Action details Not available
16-2090 1 K. RobinsonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $362.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Damenique Traylor (father) In Re: K. Robinson (minor) Case No(s): 14JA14approvePass Action details Not available
16-2091 1 J. Johnson, K. Johnson (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $762.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Marcus Hunter (father) In Re: J. Johnson, K. Johnson (minors) Case No(s): 14JA165, 14JA166approvePass Action details Not available
16-2092 1 C. Heaven, K. Clark, T. Goodwin (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $1,987.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Evelyn Goodwin (mother) In Re: C. Heaven, K. Clark, T. Goodwin (minors) Case No(s): 11JA492, 11JA493, 11JA494approvePass Action details Not available
16-2093 1 L. Diaz (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $437.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Francisco Valencia (father) In Re: L. Diaz (minor) Case No(s): 07JA578approvePass Action details Not available
16-2094 1 D. Sparkman (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $288.48 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Cleopatra Sparkman (mother) In Re: D. Sparkman (minor) Case No(s): 12JA875approvePass Action details Not available
16-2095 1 D. Jones, D. Jones (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $200.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ebony Parker (mother) In Re: D. Jones, D. Jones (minors) Case No(s): 11JA650, 11JA651approvePass Action details Not available
16-2097 1 E. McGowan (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $787.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Michael McGowan (father) In Re: E. McGowan (minor) Case No(s): 15JA1273approvePass Action details Not available
16-2099 1 L. Carter (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $325.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Lesean Carter (putative father) In Re: L. Carter (minor) Case No(s): 14JA1460approvePass Action details Not available
16-2103 1 R. Santos, R. B. Santos, R.B. Santos, R. Santos, R.A. Santos (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ezra Hemphill Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $450.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ronald B. Santos (father) In Re: R. Santos, R. B. Santos, R.B. Santos, R. Santos, R.A. Santos (minors) Case No(s): 15JA520, 15JA519, 15JA521, 15JA522, 15JA523approvePass Action details Not available
16-2108 1 R. Santos, R. B. Santos, R.B. Santos, R. Santos, R.A. Santos (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ezra Hemphill Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $150.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ronald B. Santos (father) In Re: R. Santos, R. B. Santos, R.B. Santos, R. Santos, R.A. Santos (minors) Case No(s): 15JA520, 15JA519, 15JA521, 15JA522, 15JA523approvePass Action details Not available
16-2113 1 M. Digby (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Brian J. O’Hara Presenter: Same Fees: $268.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jerald Digby (father) In Re: M Digby (minor) Case No(s): 13JA1187approvePass Action details Not available
16-2114 1 Z. BiggsChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Brian J O’Hara Presenter: Same Fees: $531.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Corey Brown (father) In Re: Z. Biggs (minor) Case No(s): 14JA00507approvePass Action details Not available
16-2115 1 J. Hall (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Brian J. O’Hara Presenter: Same Fees: $637.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jason Clayton (father) In Re: J. Hall (minor) Case No(s): 14JA0050approvePass Action details Not available
16-2116 1 C. Jackson Jr. (minor)Child Protection DivisionChild Protection Division Attorney/Payee: Brian J. O’Hara Presenter: Same Fees: $968.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Anfernee Thomas (father) In Re: C. Jackson Jr. (minor) Case No(s): 15JA00186approvePass Action details Not available
16-2119 1 S. Williams, D. Melvin, L. Berry, T. BerryChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen J Morris Presenter: Same Fees: $212.50 Services Rendered for court appointed representation of Indigent Respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Sherme Berry (mother) In Re: S. Williams, D. Melvin, L. Berry, T. Berry (minors) Case NO(s): 08JA495, 08JA496, 08JA497, 08JA498approvePass Action details Not available
16-2120 1 T. White (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen J. Morris Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $568.75 Services Rendered for court appointed representation of Indigent Respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): T. White (minor) GAL In Re: T. White (minor) Case No(s): 14JA57approvePass Action details Not available
16-2122 1 L. Berry, T. Berry, S. Williams, D. Melvin (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen J Morris Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $768.75 Services Rendered for court appointed representation of Indigent Respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Sherme Berry (mother) In Re: L. Berry, T. Berry, S. Williams, D. Melvin (minors) Case NO(s): 08JA495, 08JA496, 08JA497, 08JA498approvePass Action details Not available
16-2129 1 L. Ollie, L. OllieChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Maureen T. Murphy Presenter: Same Fees: $887.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Lamont Ollie, Sr. (father) In Re: L. Ollie, L. Ollie (minors) Case No(s): 14JA738, 14JA739approvePass Action details Not available
16-2130 1 D. AdamsChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Robert A. Horwitz Presenter: Same Fees: $576.69 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): William Adams (father) In Re: D. Adams (minor) Case No(s): 13JA979approvePass Action details Not available
16-2132 1 T. HamiltonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Maureen T. Murphy Presenter: Same Fees: $568.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Norman LeSure (father) In Re: T. Hamilton (minor) Case No(s): 14JA355approvePass Action details Not available
16-2133 1 J. DerouinChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Maureen T. Murphy Presenter: Same Fees: $337.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Derouin (minor) GAL In Re: J. Derouin (minor) Case No(s): 11JA862approvePass Action details Not available
16-2134 1 S. Burns, V. Rodriguez, M. Rodriguez, E. Rodriguez, E. RodriguezChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Maureen T. Murphy Presenter: Same Fees: $1,468.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Malinda Barren (mother) In Re: S. Burns, V. Rodriguez, M. Rodriguez, E. Rodriguez, E. Rodriguez (minors) Case No(s): 15JA33, 15JA34, 15JA35, 15JA36, 15JA37approvePass Action details Not available
16-2136 1 X. White, Jr., N. White, J. WhiteChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Maureen T. Murphy Presenter: Same Fees: $262.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Xavier White, Sr. (father) In Re: X. White, Jr., N. White, J. White (minors) Case No(s): 12JA824, 12JA825, 12JA826approvePass Action details Not available
16-2137 1 J. GilmoreChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Maureen T. Murphy Presenter: Same Fees: $312.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Gilmore (minor) GAL In Re: J. Gilmore (minor) Case No(s): 11JA866approvePass Action details Not available
16-2149 1 T. BallChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Sabra Ebersole Presenter: Same Fees: $262.50 Services Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent Respondent: legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Aisha McDuff (mother) In Re: T. Ball (minor) Case No(s): 16JA0091approvePass Action details Not available
16-2156 1 L. CooperChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $693.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ella Cooper (mother) In Re: L. Cooper (minor) Case No(s): 14JA594approvePass Action details Not available
16-2162 1 R. McCall, J. Ward, S. Newton, T. Newton, Jr.Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz Presenter: Same Fees: $431.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tanika Staples (mother) In Re: R. McCall, J. Ward, S. Newton, T. Newton, Jr. (minors) Case No(s): 13JA00909, 13JA00910, 14JA00903, 14JA00904approvePass Action details Not available
16-2164 1 B. PendeltonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: John Benson Presenter: Same Fees: $475.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Brian Mathews (father) In Re: B. Pendelton (minor) Case No(s): 15JA879approvePass Action details Not available
16-2166 1 C. GardnerChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $700.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Michael Gardner (father) In Re: C. Gardner (minor) Case No(s): 14JA1198approvePass Action details Not available
16-2167 1 D. RiddleChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $575.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Davone Riddle (father) In Re: D. Riddle (minor) Case No(s): 15JA420approvePass Action details Not available
16-2169 1 C. Flores, V. Flores, N. Beltran, A. BeltranChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz Presenter: Same Fees: $4,662.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ashley Russo (mother) In Re: C. Flores, V. Flores, N. Beltran, A. Beltran (minors) Case No(s): 09JA01092, 09JA01093, 12JA00319, 12JA00320approvePass Action details Not available
16-2171 1 T. WinstonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Michael J. Vitale Presenter: Same Fees: $775.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Christopher Robinson (father) In Re: T. Winston (minor) Case No(s): 15JA224approvePass Action details Not available
16-2173 1 R. Slepicka, JrChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Michael J. Vitale Presenter: Same Fees: $362.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Richard Slepicka, Sr. (father) In Re: R. Slepicka, Jr. (minor) Case No(s): 15JA225approvePass Action details Not available
16-2177 1 L. Bland, L. BlandChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Robert A. Horwitz Presenter: Same Fees: $662.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): L. Bland, L. Bland (minors) GAL In Re: L. Bland, L. Bland (minors) Case No(s): 05JA869, 05JA870approvePass Action details Not available
16-2179 1 M. CattonChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Eleesha Madeline O’Neill Presenter: Same Fees: $825.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): M. Catton (minor) In Re: M. Catton (minor) Case No(s): 15JA0949approvePass Action details Not available
16-2183 1 T. WhiteChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen J Morris Presenter: Same Fees: $212.50 Services Rendered for court appointed representation of Indigent Respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): T. White (minor) GAL In Re: T. White (minor) Case No(s): 13JA0001approvePass Action details Not available
16-2184 1 A. Suarez (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen Sidney Weisz Presenter: Same Fees: $487.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Roger Suarez (father) In Re: A. Suarez (minors) Case No(s): 14JA00951approvePass Action details Not available
16-2186 1 D. Thomas Jr., Q. Kirkwood (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen Sidney Weisz Presenter: Same Fees: $662.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Nyteisha Moore (mother) In Re: D. Thomas Jr., Q. Kirkwood (minors) Case No(s): 15JA1064, 15JA1065approvePass Action details Not available
16-2187 1 R. Conley (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen Sidney Weisz Presenter: Same Fees: $831.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ricky Conley (father) In Re: R. Conley (minor) Case No(s): 13JA706approvePass Action details Not available
16-2188 1 C. Adams-Craig, C. Adams-Craig (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen Sidney Weisz Presenter: Same Fees: $518.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Cordaire Craig (father) In Re: C. Adams-Craig, C. Adams-Craig (minors) Case No(s): 15JA306, 15JA307approvePass Action details Not available
16-2189 1 M. Surrell, D. Surrell, M. Surrell, A. Surrell, A. Surrell (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Gilbert C. Schumm Presenter: Same Fees: $1,118.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): David S. Coleman (father) In Re: M. Surrell, D. Surrell, M. Surrell, A. Surrell, A. Surrell (minors) Case No(s): 15JA904, 15JA905, 15JA906, 15JA907, 15JA908approvePass Action details Not available
16-2192 1 B. Dellar, M. Dellar (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $601.23 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Phillip Binder (father) In Re: B. Dellar, M. Dellar (minors) Case No(s): 11JA940, 11JA941approvePass Action details Not available
16-2193 1 M. Merritt (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $1,257.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Clifton Merritt (father) In Re: M. Merritt (minor) Case No(s): 14JA1286approvePass Action details Not available
16-2194 1 J. Garcia, A. Garcia (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $625.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Juan Garcia (father) In Re: J. Garcia, A. Garcia (minors) Case No(s): 04JA1031, 04JA1032approvePass Action details Not available
16-2195 1 D. Reeves (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $280.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Gregory Minniefield (father) In Re: D. Reeves (minor) Case No(s): 09JA0161approvePass Action details Not available
16-2196 1 A. Amos (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $512.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Frederick Barker (father) In Re: A. Amos (minor) Case No(s): 05JA0567approvePass Action details Not available
16-2197 1 D. Frazier (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $775.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Deonte Frazier (father) In Re: D. Frazier (minor) Case No(s): 10JA670approvePass Action details Not available
16-2211 1 M. BlackChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Judith Hannah Presenter: Same Fees: $275.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): M. Black (minor) GAL In Re: M. Black (minor) Case No(s): 15JA1274approvePass Action details Not available
16-2212 1 M. Thompson, R. Wesley, Jr.Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Judith Hannah Presenter: Same Fees: $1,895.71 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tamara Thompson (mother) In Re: M. Thompson, R. Wesley, Jr. (minors) Case No(s): 08JA908, 14JA45approvePass Action details Not available
16-2213 1 M. BentleyChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Judith Hannah Presenter: Same Fees: $857.72 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Maurice Bentley (father) In Re: M. Bentley (minor) Case No(s): 13JA262approvePass Action details Not available
16-2215 1 J. James, J. James, J. JamesChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Michael D. Stevens Presenter: Same Fees: $977.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Names(s) of respondent(s): Jerod James Sr. (father) In Re: J. James, J. James, J. James (minors) Case No(s): 14JA616, 14JA617, 14JA1020approvePass Action details Not available
16-2216 1 K. Boykins (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Michael D. Stevens Presenter: Same Fees: $837.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Names(s) of respondent(s): Christopher Boykins (father) In Re: K. Boykins (minor) Case No(s): 11JA685approvePass Action details Not available
16-2217 1 T. WhiteChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Michael D. Stevens Presenter: Same Fees: $475.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Names(s) of respondent(s): Terrence Pratt (father) In Re: T. White (minor) Case No(s): 13JA01approvePass Action details Not available
16-2224 1 A. Claborn (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Robert A. Horwitz Presenter: Same Fees: $575.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Claborn (minor) GAL In Re: A. Claborn (minor) Case No(s): 14JA1237approvePass Action details Not available
16-2233 1 M. Stidhum, M. Holmes (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Robert A. Horwitz Presenter: Same Fees: $1,012.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Marshun Stidhum, James McKnight (fathers) In Re: M. Stidhum, M. Holmes (minors) Case No(s): 14JA275, 14JA276approvePass Action details Not available
16-2234 1 M. Davis (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Robert A. Horwitz Presenter: Same Fees: $500.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): M. Davis (minor) GAL In Re: M. Davis (minor) Case No(s): 12JA1029approvePass Action details Not available
16-2260 1 M. Robinson (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $250.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ernestine Curry, Geneva Davis (GAL) In Re: M. Robinson (minor) Case No(s): 10JA973approvePass Action details Not available
16-2261 1 D. McBridge (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $262.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Shelly McBridge (mother) In Re: D. McBridge (minor) Case No(s): 04JA580approvePass Action details Not available
16-2262 1 K. Parks (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $806.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): John Parks (father) In Re: K. Parks (minor) Case No(s): 15JA492approvePass Action details Not available
16-2263 1 M. Griffith (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $362.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Keith Winters (father) In Re: M. Griffith (minor) Case No(s): 15JA504approvePass Action details Not available
16-2265 1 A. Robinson (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $506.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Robinson (minor) GAL In Re: A. Robinson (minor) Case No(s): 15JA319approvePass Action details Not available
16-2273 1 J. Ellis, M. EllisChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Thomas J. Esler Presenter: Same Fees: $1,050.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Ellis, M. Ellis (minors) GAL In Re: J. Ellis, M. Ellis (minors) Case No(s): 14JA0686, 14JA0687approvePass Action details Not available
16-2274 1 J. Chagoya, J. ChagoyaChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Thomas J. Esler Presenter: Same Fees: $525.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jesse Chagoya (father) In Re: J. Chagoya, J. Chagoya (minors) Case No(s): 09JA0866, 09JA0867approvePass Action details Not available
16-2279 1 J. Phelps (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Elizabeth Butler Presenter: Same Fees: $530.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Phelps (minor) GAL In Re: J. Phelps (minor) Case No(s): 12JA1256approvePass Action details Not available
16-2280 1 R. Oliver, A. Hill, D. Hill, R. Hill, A. Hill (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Elizabeth Butler Presenter: Same Fees: $1,023.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Monique Oliver In Re: R. Oliver, A. Hill, D. Hill, R. Hill, A. Hill (minors) Case No(s): 10JA736, 10JA737, 10JA738, 10JA739, 10JA740approvePass Action details Not available
16-2281 1 D. Miller, M. Miller (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Elizabeth Butler Presenter: Same Fees: $638.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Dianna Black (mother) In Re: D. Miller, M. Miller (minors) Case No(s): 14JA1260, 15JA1274approvePass Action details Not available
16-2286 1 A. Gonzalez (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Brenda Sue Shavers Presenter: Same Fees: $1,550.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Gerardo Gonzalez (father) In Re: A. Gonzalez (minor) Case No(s): 15JA1106approvePass Action details Not available
16-2287 1 O. Lashley (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Brenda Sue Shavers Presenter: Same Fees: $219.46 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Alvin Lashley (father) In Re: O. Lashley (minor) Case No(s): 09JA017approvePass Action details Not available
16-2298 1 A. Armendariz, K. Armendariz, E. Armendiz (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Gilbert C. Schumm Presenter: Same Fees: $575.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Rene Armendariz (father) In Re: A. Armendariz, K. Armendariz, E. Armendiz (minors) Case No(s): 14JA526, 14JA530, 14JA529approvePass Action details Not available
16-2301 1 A. Vazquez (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Gilbert C. Schumm Presenter: Same Fees: $437.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ubera Eustacia (mother) In Re: A. Vazquez (minor) Case No(s): 15JA914approvePass Action details Not available
16-2303 1 A. Carr, I. Cherry, N. Cherry, S. Cherry, J. Dye (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $1,687.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Carr, I. Cherry, N. Cherry, S. Cherry, J. Dye (minors) GAL In Re: A. Carr, I. Cherry, N. Cherry, S. Cherry, J. Dye (minors) Case No(s): 14JA00216, 14JA00217, 14JA00218, 14JA01128, 15JA01003approvePass Action details Not available
16-2304 1 D. Linton, D. Marshall (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $1,068.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Antonio Linton, James Carter (fathers) In Re: D. Linton, D. Marshall (minors) Case No(s): 15JA01142, 15JA01144approvePass Action details Not available
16-2305 1 M. Funches (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $443.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tekella Funches (mother) In Re: M. Funches (minor) Case No(s): 10JA00725approvePass Action details Not available
16-2306 1 C. Ware, J. Pitts, J. Robison (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stuart Joshua Holt, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $3,325.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Shavelle Robison (mother) In Re: C. Ware, J. Pitts, J. Robison (minors) Case No(s): 07JA00384, 07JA00385, 07JA00386approvePass Action details Not available
16-2309 1 A. Brown (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Crystal B. Ashley Presenter: Same Fees: $490.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tasha Brown-White (mother) In Re: A. Brown (minor) Case No(s): 03JA839approvePass Action details Not available
16-2310 1 B. Ferguson, D. Ferguson (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Victoria Almeida Presenter: Same Fees: $550.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Demond Ferguson (father) In Re: B. Ferguson, D. Ferguson (minors) Case No(s): 13JA092, 13JA0732approvePass Action details Not available
16-2321 1 J. Summeries, J. Summeries (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul Karoll Presenter: Same Fees: $747.45 Service rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name of respondent(s): Clarence Summeries (father) In Re: J. Summeries, J. Summeries (minors) Case No(s): 11JA841, 11JA842approvePass Action details Not available
16-2335 1 S. Grant (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Robert A. Horwitz Presenter: Same Fees: $450.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Love Ford (father) In Re: S. Grant (minor) Case No(s): 15JA1200approvePass Action details Not available
16-2336 1 M. F. Yancey (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Victoria Almeida Presenter: Same Fees: $981.23 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Herman Yancey (father) In Re: M. F. Yancey (minor) Case No(s): 14JA0766approvePass Action details Not available
16-2337 1 J. Osborne (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Patrick K. Schlee Presenter: Same Fees: $243.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ira Williams Jr., (father) In Re: J. Osborne (minor) Case No(s): 13JA275approvePass Action details Not available
16-2338 1 K. Parnell, A. Parnell, I. Parnell, J. Parnell, L. Bean, A. Bean (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Thomas J. Esler Presenter: Same Fees: $465.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jonathan Parnell (father) In Re: K. Parnell, A. Parnell, I. Parnell, J. Parnell, J. Parnell, A. Bean (minors) Case No(s): 10JA0855, 10JA0856, 10JA0857, 10JA0858, 10JA0859, 10JA0860approvePass Action details