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Meeting Name: Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/14/2016 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 9-14-2016.pdf, New Items Second Set 9-14-2016.pdf, 9-14-16 Second Consent Calendar Agenda.pdf, 9-14-16 Third Consent Calendar Agenda.pdf, New Items 9-14-2016 - Third Set.pdf, 9-14-16 Fourth Consent Calendar Agenda.pdf, 9-14-16 Consent Calendar Agenda.pdf, New Items 9-14-2016 - Fourth Set.pdf
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16-4754 1 CONGRATULATING THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CAPITAL PLANNING AND POLICY FOR BEING AWARDED THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES “2016 ACHIEVEMENT AWARD”Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CAPITAL PLANNING AND POLICY FOR BEING AWARDED THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES “2016 ACHIEVEMENT AWARD” WHEREAS, the Cook County Department of Capital Planning and Policy’s mission is to develop and provide day-to-day oversight of the County’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for Cook County facilities; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Department of Capital Planning and Policy is responsible for setting forth the plan for design, construction and renovation of County buildings and building systems; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Department of Capital Planning and Policy also remains focused on initiatives to reduce energy and natural resource usage by completing energy efficiency upgrades and executing guaranteed performance contracts that are aimed at ensuring County facilities are operating economically and ecologically to the greatest reasonable extent; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Department of Capital Planning and Policy recently has been awarded the National Association of Counties (NACo) 2016 AchapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4779 1 HONORING THE CLEAR RIDGE BASEBALL TEAM’S SENIOR LEAGUE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIPConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE CLEAR RIDGE BASEBALL TEAM’S SENIOR LEAGUE WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP WHEREAS, on August 6, 2016, the Clear Ridge Baseball Team became the first team from Illinois to win the Senior League World Series in the 55 year history of the event; and WHEREAS, the 16 players on the Clear Ridge Baseball Team’s roster all live on the South Side of Chicago in the Garfield Park and Clearing neighborhoods and have played baseball together for over a decade; and WHEREAS, the 16 players on the Clear Ridge Baseball Team’s roster all attend Catholic high schools on the South Side of Chicago, including St. Laurence, St. Rita, De La Salle, Marist and Nazareth; and WHEREAS, throughout the last decade the players on the Clear Ridge Baseball Team have developed leadership skills, learned the value of teamwork and self-discipline, and enjoyed the unique recreational spirit offered to participants and spectators alike in the great American pastime of baseball; and WHEREAS, the Clear Ridge Baseball Team won the right to represent the U.S. Central Region in theapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4786 1 MARGARET COLEMAN, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION MARGARET COLEMAN, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Margaret M. “Marge” Coleman from our midst; and WHEREAS, Margaret M. “Marge” Coleman was the beloved wife of the late John M. Coleman M.D.; and WHEREAS, Margaret M. “Marge” Coleman was the loving mother of John (Rose), Michael (Franny), Thomas (Mikey), Timothy (Patricia), Maureen (Michael) Kelly, Maribeth (Brian) Rice, Margaret (William) Cahill, Terrence (Karen), Patricia (Patrick) Griffin, Richard (Molly), David, Diane (Richard) Morris, Cathleen (David) Loch and Daniel (Bridget) Coleman; and WHEREAS, Margaret M. “Marge” Coleman was the cherished grandmother of 48 grandchildren; and WHEREAS, Margaret M. “Marge” Coleman was the dear great-grandmother of 14 great-grandchildren; and WHEREAS, Margaret M. “Marge” Coleman was the loving sister of the late Elizabeth (the late Phillip) Cullen and the late Harry (Shirley) O’Connell; and WHEREAS, Margaret M. “Marge” Coleman was a graduate of Little Flower Grammar School (1938), Mercy High School (1942) and StapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4789 1 COLLEEN M. O’SHEA, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION COLLEEN M. O’SHEA, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Colleen M. O’Shea from our midst; and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was the beloved wife of the Daniel J. O’Shea for 57 years; and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was the loving mother of Annie Laurie O’Shea, Matthew (Cara), Michael, Maura (Joseph) McCarthy and the late Baby Daniel O’Shea; and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was the cherished grandmother of Brigid, Patrick, Eileen, Cate and Colleen; and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was the loving sister of Maura Smith, Rosemary Garrett and the late Joyce Stapleton and Capt. William C. Smith U.S.N.; and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was the fond sister-in-law of Mary Stiemann, Kay McNamara and the late Joan Baldwin and Jeremiah O’ Shea; and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was the devoted daughter of the late Capt. William, C.P.D. and Lenore Hallinan Smith; and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was a graduate of St. Sabina Grammar School (1950) and Longwood Academy of Our Lady (1954); and WHEREAS, Colleen M. O’Shea was a approvePass Action details Not available
16-4795 1 CELEBRATING GUS W. RICKETTE, SR. ON HIS 90TH BIRTHDAYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING GUS W. RICKETTE, SR. ON HIS 90TH BIRTHDAY WHEREAS, Gus W. Rickette, Sr. was born on August 11, 1926 in Leland, Mississippi. At age 16 he married Mary Robertson. At 17, he boarded a train to Chicago with the intention of securing a good job with the railroad and; WHEREAS, After sending for Mary and the kids, he spent the next 15 years working as a janitor, a brick layer and hanging nets in a laundry. Mary worked in the factories and held clerical jobs and; WHEREAS, In March 1962, Gus, Mary and a friend took a leap of faith and opened their first business G&G Chicken Shack at 135 S. Pulaski. G&G was the first chicken shack on the West Side. People would stand in line for an hour to place their orders and; WHEREAS, Over the next few years, they saw much growth in their business. It was in 1968, that finally they opened the first Uncle Remus Chicken at 5611 W. Madison Street while Gus continued to operate as many as 8 businesses and; WHEREAS, Uncle Remus is a 50-year-old historical institution representing Chicago’s West Side. A true family buapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4839 1 OSCAR D’ANGELO, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION OSCAR D’ANGELO, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Oscar D’Angelo from our midst; and WHEREAS, Oscar D’Angelo was the dear husband of Paula (nee Grespan); and WHEREAS, Oscar D’Angelo was the beloved son of the late Luigi and Linda (nee DeLuca) D’Angelo; and WHEREAS, Oscar D’Angelo was the loving brother of the late infant Ovidio and the late Dino J. D’Angelo; and WHEREAS, Oscar D’Angelo was the loving uncle to many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews; and WHEREAS, Oscar D’Angelo was a very active and engaged advocate for his beloved Little Italy neighborhood; and WHEREAS, in 1960 Oscar D’Angelo was appointed Chairman of the Near West Side Conservation Community Council, and WHEREAS, Oscar D’Angelo served on the governing boards of St. Mary’s High School for Girls, Columbus-Cuneo-Cabrini Hospital, Duncan YMCA, United Cerebral Palsy Foundation and the local Selective Service Board of Appeals; and WHEREAS, Oscar D’Angelo was a co-founder and board member of the Chicago Architecture FoundatapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4893 1 HONORING FIRE CHIEF GREG KLAIBER ON THE OCCASION OF HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE EVANSTON FIRE DEPARTMENTConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING FIRE CHIEF GREG KLAIBER ON THE OCCASION OF HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE EVANSTON FIRE DEPARTMENT WHEREAS, Chief Greg Klaiber will retire from the Evanston Fire Department on September 14, 2016 after serving the community for over thirty-one years as a fire fighter; and WHEREAS, Chief Klaiber is a longtime Evanston resident and a proud graduate of Evanston Township High School. He rose through the ranks from Firefighter to Paramedic and was later promoted to Captain, Division Chief, and Deputy Chief before being selected to become Evanston’s Fire Chief; and WHEREAS, Chief Klaiber has served with distinction as the Chief of the Evanston Fire Department over six years; and WHEREAS, Chief Greg Klaiber holds a Master’s Degree in Cardiac Rehabilitation from Northeastern Illinois University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Illinois; and WHEREAS, Chief Klaiber’s ties and commitment to the city of Evanston are as multifaceted as they are deep. In addition to his commitment to the safety of the citizens of EapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5062 1 CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE POPLAR CREEK LIBRARYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE POPLAR CREEK LIBRARY WHEREAS, the year 1966 the Poplar Creek Library was originally known as the Streamwood library and was created after a successful referendum passed establishing the Streamwood Public Library District; and WHEREAS, originally located in a store front in the Hillside Shopping Center at 20 West Streamwood Boulevard and remained there until 1975; and WHEREAS, in the years 1972 through 1973 the Streamwood library was remodeled making room for the addition of materials from the closed Hanover Park library; and WHEREAS, in year 1973 a Poplar Creek Public Library District was established, it encompassed most of Streamwood and Hanover Park; and WHEREAS, from 1976 -1978 a new library was constructed to replace the existing library and was named “The Poplar Creek Library” which was built on donated land at 1405 South Park in Streamwood, Illinois; and WHEREAS, in March 1978 the Streamwood Library’s 30,000 books and other materials were moved from the older building to the new Poplar CreeapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5064 1 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE STREAMWOOD PARK DISTRICTConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE STREAMWOOD PARK DISTRICT WHEREAS, on May 28, 1966 an election was held to establish the Streamwood Park District and elect five Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Hal S. Salter, Elaine Lewandowski, Merle A. Bonora Jr., John D. McDonald, and Donald R. Bruhns were the first to be elected to the Streamwood Park District’s Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, and on June 15, 1966 the first official meeting was held at the Fire Hall on Cyprus Drive; and WHEREAS, Merle A. Bonora became the first President, and Hall Salter became the first Vice President to the newly formed Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, in December 1966 the Streamwood Park District purchased the Nesbitt property, known now as Shady Oaks Park where the Park District administrative building sits today; and WHEREAS, the Streamwood Park District’s mission is to provide diverse and responsive recreational opportunities that enhance the quality of the community through their parks services, employees and volunteers; and WHEREAS, the Streamwood PapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5099 1 CONGRATULATING DR. CLAUDIA FEGAN ON BEING NAMED ONE OF MODERN HEALTHCARE’S TOP MINORITY EXECUTIVES TO WATCHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING DR. CLAUDIA FEGAN ON BEING NAMED ONE OF MODERN HEALTHCARE’S TOP MINORITY EXECUTIVES TO WATCH WHEREAS, Dr. Fegan is the Executive Medical Director of the Cook County Health and Hospitals System; and WHEREAS, Dr. Fegan also serves as President of the Board of Directors for the Health and Medicine Policy Research Group; and WHEREAS, Dr. Claudia Fegan received her medical degree from the University of Illinois Abraham Lincoln College of Medicine in 1982; and WHEREAS, Dr. Fegan joined Cook County in 2000 as the Director of the outpatient clinic at Provident Hospital; and WHEREAS, Dr. Fegan has helped the Cook County Health and Hospitals System transform with her hands-on approach to medicine and her expert knowledge in health care policy and reform; and WHEREAS, Modern Healthcare, a business publication targeting executives in the healthcare industry, biennially seeks to recognize minority executives in healthcare. This year, they introduced a new distinction, Minority Executives to Watch, which recognizes rising minority professioapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5122 1 CONGRATULATING DR. KENYA KEY ON HER RECEIPT OF THE CHICAGO DEFENDER “WOMEN OF EXCELLENCE” AWARDConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING DR. KENYA KEY ON HER RECEIPT OF THE CHICAGO DEFENDER “WOMEN OF EXCELLENCE” AWARD WHEREAS, Dr. Kenya Key received her Doctor of Psychology degree from Pepperdine University in 2004; and WHEREAS, after graduating, Dr. Key held various positions as a mental health specialist, working closely with justice-involved populations in Cook County. Dr. Key worked as a staff psychologist at the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center and served as a consulting psychologist for The Women’s Treatment Center, amongst other work; and WHEREAS, since 2014, Dr. Key has been the Chief of Psychology at the Cook County Health and Hospitals System’s Cermak Health Services at Cook County Jail. There, Dr. Key has done invaluable work, especially delivering mental health services to incarcerated women; and WHEREAS, on March 25, 2016, Dr. Kenya Key was honored by the Chicago Defender as one of Fifty “Women of Excellence”. The Chicago Defender Women of Excellence Award is conferred annually to African American women in Chicago who inspire others througapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5124 1 CONGRATULATING DR. SUJA MATHEW ON BEING RECOGNIZED BY CONGRESSMAN DANNY K. DAVIS AS ONE OF CHICAGOLAND’S TOP 10 OUTSTANDING WOMENConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING DR. SUJA MATHEW ON BEING RECOGNIZED BY CONGRESSMAN DANNY K. DAVIS AS ONE OF CHICAGOLAND’S TOP 10 OUTSTANDING WOMEN WHEREAS, Dr. Suja Mathew received her medical degree from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine in 1997 and has been serving the Cook County Health and Hospitals System (CCHHS)for 16 years in the Internal Medicine Department; and WHEREAS, during her time at CCHHS Dr. Mathew has held numerous leadership positions and is currently the Chair of CCHHS’ Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Mathew is also Governor-Elect of the American College of Physicians Illinois Chapter, Northern Region; and WHEREAS, Congressman Danny K. Davis’ 7th Congressional District Multi-Ethnic Advisory Task Force annually celebrates the success of ethnic women in areas such as business, healthcare, education, and community service; and, WHEREAS, in March 2016, Dr. Mathew was honored as one of Chicagoland’s Top Ten Outstanding Women by Congressman Davis’ 7th Congressional District Multi-Ethnic Advisory Task Force; and WHEREAS,approvePass Action details Not available
16-5157 1 HONORING THE NORWOOD PARK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ON ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE NORWOOD PARK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ON ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARY WHEREAS, the Norwood Park Fire Protection District was chartered on August 25, 1941, by Walter E. Schoenfeld and Walter Merkele; and WHEREAS, the Norwood Park Fire Protection District services were first provided out of Schoenfeld’s garage located at 4318 Ottawa, considered to be the first fire station; and WHEREAS, in 1947, a partially burned Presbyterian Church was relocated to the corner of Montrose and Ottawa to serve in the updating of the first fire house. The new station was built around the Chief’s garage with the church bell tower used to call out volunteers for fire alarms; and WHEREAS, in 1954, an additional fire station was constructed at 7301 W. Lawrence in Harwood Heights; and WHEREAS, the volunteer fire department was reorganized in 1958 as the Norwood Park Fire Protection District with Tobias Schaden (Norridge), Hubert Huening (Harwood Heights), and Lucien E. Bond (Norwood Park Township) serving as the first trustees; and WHEREAS, on January 1, 1959, WaapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5165 1 CONGRATULATING OUR LADY, MOTHER OF THE CHURCH PARISH AS IT CELEBRATES ITS 50-YEAR ANNIVERSARYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING OUR LADY, MOTHER OF THE CHURCH PARISH AS IT CELEBRATES ITS 50-YEAR ANNIVERSARY WHEREAS, in 1966, Archbishop John P. Cody established Our Lady, Mother of the Church (OLMC) as a parish in the Archdiocese of Chicago; and WHEREAS, OLMC was the first parish Archbishop Cody built, and it is the last Catholic parish to be established within the City of Chicago limits; and WHEREAS, during its first year, masses were held at Leigh School in Norridge and in a storefront at the strip mall at Lawrence and Cumberland; and WHEREAS, the church was completed and mass was first celebrated in 1967 with Father Peter F. Hayes as the founding pastor; and WHEREAS, the boundaries of the parish were originally River Road to the west, Thatcher Avenue to the east, Montrose Avenue to the south, and Bryn Mawr Avenue to the north, but today, the parish welcomes all, regardless of the location of their homes; and WHEREAS, in 1983, Father Joseph F. Ognibene became pastor and oversaw the extensive renovation to the church; and WHEREAS, when Father Joe retapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5166 1 IN MEMORY OF BAPS SHRI SWAMINARAYAN SANTHA - PRAMUKH SWAMI MAHARAJConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION IN MEMORY OF BAPS SHRI SWAMINARAYAN SANTHA - PRAMUKH SWAMI MAHARAJ WHEREAS, On August 13, 2016, His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Santha departed from his physical body, at the pilgrimage place of Sarangpur, Gujarat; and WHEREAS, Pramkh Swami Majaraj was born on December 7, 1921 to a humble farmer’s family in the small village of Chansad, near Vadodara in Gujarat; and WHEREAS, Pramukh Swami Maharaj was the fifth spiritual successor in the guru parampara tradition of Bhagwan Swaminarayan; and WHEREAS, His Holiness lead the Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) , a worldwide socio-spiritual organization in Consultative Status with Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, it is dedicated to community service, peace and harmony; and WHEREAS, BAPS is motivated by Hindu principals, BAPS strives to care for the world by caring for societies, families and individuals through a number of social and spiritual activities, BAPS endeavors aim to produce better citizens of tomorrow who have a high esteem for their roots -theirapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5203 1 CALLING FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2016 TO BE DECLARED “CIVILITY WEEK”Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CALLING FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2016 TO BE DECLARED “CIVILITY WEEK” WHEREAS, 70 percent of Americans believe that incivility in America has risen to crisis levels; and, WHEREAS, the lack of civility in our national and local discourse threatens the foundations of our democracy; and, WHEREAS, our tone and level of civility has an impact on our children; and, WHEREAS, incivility on social media has led to nearly a quarter of children becoming victims of cyber bullying; and, WHEREAS, incivility in the political rhetoric has increased in recent years; and, WHEREAS, 2016 has been a national election year in the United States of America; and, WHEREAS, all election years bring with them a special responsibility on the part of public officials to take extra care with their rhetoric and public statements; and, WHEREAS, 2016 has proven to be unique among American election years in the willingness of certain candidates to employ extreme and caustic statements in an effort to galvanize public attention and interest; and, WHEREAS, the approvePass Action details Not available
16-5214 1 HONORING THE LIFE OF ELIJAH SIMSConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF ELIJAH SIMS WHEREAS, on August 29, 2016, Elijah Sims, a resident of the 1st District of Cook County, and the Village of Oak Park, and a student at Oak Park River Forest High School, was tragically shot and killed in Chicago just two days before his 17th birthday; and, WHEREAS, Elijah Sims was born in Chicago, Illinois, on August 31, 1999 to Sharita Galloway and Calvin Galloway; and, WHEREAS, Elijah Sims was grew up in the 1st District of Cook County, on the West Side of Chicago, and attended school in Oak Park, where he was known by his fellow students at Oak Park River Forest High School for his sense of humor and his kindness; and, WHEREAS, Elijah Sims was a creative young man with a passion for the arts, who would compose and record his own original music; and, WHEREAS, Elijah Sims was a valued employee of Pete’s Fresh Market; and, WHEREAS, Elijah Sims’ ambition was to attend college and become a nurse; and, WHEREAS, Elijah Sims was a young man with big dreams and clear goals for his life; and, WHEREAS, approvePass Action details Not available
16-5216 1 OFFERING CONDOLENCES AND SUPPORT TO THE PEOPLE OF ITALY SUFFERING FROM THE EARTHQUAKE OF AUGUST, 2016Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION OFFERING CONDOLENCES AND SUPPORT TO THE PEOPLE OF ITALY SUFFERING FROM THE EARTHQUAKE OF AUGUST, 2016 WHEREAS, Central Italy suffered a 6.2-magnitude earthquake on August 24, 2016; and WHEREAS, rescue workers have been working nonstop trying to find survivors buried in the rubble of the three towns that suffered most: Amatrice, the epicenter; Accumoli; and Arquata del Tronto; and WHEREAS, medicine, medical supplies, food, lodgings, drones, robots, and much more are in dire need as the death toll has risen to 295; and WHEREAS, nearly half-a-million Italian Americans call Chicago home, and many have family and friends impacted by the earthquake; and WHEREAS, the Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans (JCCIA), a congress of more than five dozen Italian-American organizations in the Chicago area, is teaming up with Volare Ristorante, The Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii, and the Milan Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International to host the Italian Earthquake Relief Fundraising Luncheon at Volare Ristorante on September 17, 2016; and WHEREASapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5218 1 HONORING AND CONGRATULATING JOURNALIST ROBERT JORDAN ON THE OCCASION OF HIS RETIREMENTConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING AND CONGRATULATING JOURNALIST ROBERT JORDAN ON THE OCCASION OF HIS RETIREMENT WHEREAS, Robert Jordan is known locally and regionally as the weekend anchor for WGN-TV’s News at Nine; and, WHEREAS, Robert Jordan has served with distinction in that role for more than 20 years, performing an invaluable service to residents of Cook County and Chicagoland; and, WHEREAS, Robert Jordan joined WGN-TV as a general assignment reporter in 1973; and, WHEREAS, Robert Jordan also achieved distinction in the journalistic profession as the Midwest correspondent for the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite; and, WHEREAS, Robert Jordan reports, writes, and produces news for WGN-TV that informs, enhances, and enriches the lives of the citizens of Cook County; and, WHEREAS, Robert Jordan has been a cornerstone of the news business in Chicago for 43 years; and, WHEREAS, in 2014, Robert Jordan was appointed the first journalist-in-residence at the University of Chicago’s Careers in Journalism program; and, WHEREAS, Robert Jordan has also served hiapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5236 1 CELEBRATING THE 29TH ANNIVERSARY OF KEEP CHICAGO BEAUTIFULConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE 29TH ANNIVERSARY OF KEEP CHICAGO BEAUTIFUL WHEREAS in 1987, as part of the budding movement to address issues of sustainability, several companies including American National Can, Anheuser-Busch, Canfield’s, Coca-Cola, International Sanitary Supply Association, Miller Brewing Company, Pepsi-Cola, 7UP, Waste Management and Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company came together to form Chicago Clean and Beautiful which would be the Chicago-area affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, and WHEREAS in 1988 the name of the organization was changed to Chicago Clean Streak with a goal of providing environmental education and community awareness with the help of funding from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs and the Chicago Community Trust, and WHEREAS Chicago Clean Streak provided the guidance on how community groups could improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods through clean-ups and graffiti removal, and it created the first guide to recycling at city festivals; and in 1996, the name of the organization was changed to Keep ChicapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5252 1 JERRY REINSDORF INDUCTION INTO THE NAISMITH MEMORIAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAMEConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION JERRY REINSDORF INDUCTION INTO THE NAISMITH MEMORIAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME WHEREAS, on September 9th, 2016, Jerry Reinsdorf, owner and chairman of the Chicago Bulls, will be inducted, into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame; and WHEREAS, Jerry Reinsdorf was born in Brooklyn, New York on February 25, 1936, to Max and Marion Reinsdorf. WHEREAS, After completing high school Jerry Reinsdorf would earn his bachelor’s degree from George Washington University in Washington D. C.; and would eventually move to Cook County to attend the Northwestern University School of Law; and WHEREAS, Jerry Reinsdorf began his professional career as a tax attorney with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In 1964, he began his own private practice that he would eventually sell in favor of starting a real estate venture named Balcor. He would later sell Balcor as well; and WHEREAS, Jerry Reinsdorf, as part of a group, purchased the Chicago Bulls as part of a syndicate for $16M in 1985. He quickly increased attendance, and drafted a number of now-legendary approvePass Action details Not available
16-5268 1 JOHN ARCHIBALD M.D., IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION JOHN ARCHIBALD M.D., IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called John “Jack” Archibald from our midst; and WHEREAS, John “Jack” Archibald was the dear husband of the late Mary Evelyn (nee Dietmeyer); and WHEREAS, John “Jack” Archibald was the beloved son of the late Lyman W. Archibald and Mary Ellyn Archibald; and WHEREAS, John “Jack” Archibald was the loving brother of Sr. Mary Doreen; and WHEREAS, John “Jack” Archibald was the loving father of John (Helen Mueller), Mary Ellyn Fioti, Rita Marie, Joanne, Denise (the late Patrick) Heraty, Terese (Terry Tramel) Archibald, Lucile (Jules) Stanewicz, Karen, Geri (Richard) Brydon, Mark, the late Paul (Barbara Prendergast), James and Edmund Archibald; and WHEREAS, John “Jack” Archibald was the loving grandfather of Beth, John, Rebecca, Alicia, Sara, Joseph, David, Arthur, Lisa Marie, Eugene, Loren, Matthew, Scott, Timothy, Devin, Clara, Duncan, Evan, Jeffrey, Anna, Ian and the late Jeremy; and WHEREAS, John “Jack” Archibald was the dear great-grandfather of Alexander, CapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5269 1 THE HONORABLE MARILOU VON FERSTEL, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION THE HONORABLE MARILOU VON FERSTEL, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Marilou Von Ferstel from our midst; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel was the beloved wife of Henry Von Ferstel; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel was the loving mother of Justine and James; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel was the cherished grandmother of six wonderful grandchildren; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel was adopted and raised by Lusie and James McCarthy; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel grew up in the famous Edgewater Beach Hotel and lived in the city of Chicago her entire life; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel was one of the first women to work in the Chicago Tribune newsroom and became a columnist for the paper; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel became one of the first women elected Alderman in Chicago by winning a tightly contested race in the 48th Ward in 1970; and WHEREAS, Marilou Von Ferstel served on the Zoning Board of Appeals, was a Director at Walgreens and a Life Trustee at Rush; and WHEREAS, MarilouapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5276 1 RECOGNIZING THE 2016 WORLD IRISH DANCING CHAMPIONS THE SHEILA TULLY ACADEMY OF IRISH DANCE U13 CHOREOGRAPHY TEAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE 2016 WORLD IRISH DANCING CHAMPIONS THE SHEILA TULLY ACADEMY OF IRISH DANCE U13 CHOREOGRAPHY TEAM WHEREAS, the Sheila Tully Academy of Irish Dance U13 Choreography Team was crowned World Champions at the 2016 World Irish Dancing Championship competition in Glasgow, Scotland in March 2016; and, WHEREAS, the 2016 World Irish Dancing Champions are Bella Elizabeth Chiarieri, Nora Cathleen Dettling, Caroline Charlotte Hagerty, Isabelle Danielle Hester, Eleanor Pontow Jackson, Kiley James Kozak, Hannah Mary Locke, Kylie Anne McGowan, Eva Fallon McHugh, Emma Louise Novy, Ava Grace Placio, Marissa Meixiu Recchia, Shannon Bailey Robson, Anne Catherine Shaughnessy, Cecelia Reddington Stefo, and Bridget Clare Vitu; and, WHEREAS, the World Championships is considered the Olympics of Irish Dancing drawing more than 5,000 elite competitors from all over the world including the USA, Canada, Ireland, Scotland and England, as well as far away countries such as Australia, Japan, South Africa, Mexico, China and Russia; and, WHEREAS, Choreography consisapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5278 1 RECOGNIZING SEPTEMBER AS HUNGER ACTION MONTH IN COOK COUNTYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING SEPTEMBER AS HUNGER ACTION MONTH IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, every year one in six of our neighbors receives food from the Greater Chicago Food Depository’s network of pantries, soup kitchens and shelters throughout Cook County; and WHEREAS, increasingly, the face of hunger is a person with a job, an older adult, a veteran or a child; and WHEREAS, the health consequences of hunger affect the well-being of our community and limit the potential of our children; and WHEREAS, September is Hunger Action Month, a 30-day nationwide campaign to raise awareness for hunger relief; and WHEREAS, all Cook County residents are urged to join together to support Hunger Action Month by pledging to raise awareness for the fight against hunger in our community and by striving to improve the lives of their neighbors who struggle to put food on the table through generosity and service; and WHEREAS, Cook County is committed to lending direct assistance to address food access inequalities; and WHEREAS, as part of these efforts, the Cook County Health & Hospitals SystapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5279 1 CONGRATULATING THE ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF OF CONCORDIA PLACE AND CONCORDIA CHILD CARE CENTERConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING THE ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF OF CONCORDIA PLACE AND CONCORDIA CHILD CARE CENTER WHEREAS, in 1981 a young pastor named Nicholas J. Zook took a position at Concordia Lutheran Church in Chicago’s North Center community. Only days into the job, three single mothers, approached Pastor Zook looking for afterschool care for their young children; despite the fact that the mothers were not members of the church and had very little means, Pastor Zook agreed which led to an after-school program for 12 "latch-key kids"; it was at this moment that Concordia Place was born; and WHEREAS, in 1989, the Concordia Child Care Center was expanded to include full-day preschool for children ages three to five; in 2001, Concordia Lutheran Church purchased a vacant church and school at 3300 N. Whipple St. and began fundraising and working with elected officials and community leaders to expand to serve more children and families in the Avondale community; in 2002, the Concordia Avondale Campus was created; in 2003, the Concordia Child Care Center was included in this new approvePass Action details Not available
16-5282 1 HONORING THE 30th ANNIVERSARY OF MARY MARGARET CUNNIFF AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL ANTI-VIVISECTION SOCIETYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE 30th ANNIVERSARY OF MARY MARGARET CUNNIFF AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL ANTI-VIVISECTION SOCIETY WHEREAS, Mary Margaret (Peggy) Cunniff has been the Executive Director of the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) for thirty years. She was instrumental in the development of the United States’ first-ever “Declaration of the Rights of Animals,” which acknowledged that all animals were entitled “to live free from human exploitation,” which was co-signed by more than 40 animal advocacy organizations, and which was presented to Congressional leaders on the steps of Capitol Hill in Washington, DC; and WHEREAS, under Cunniff’s leadership, NAVS launched the Frog Fund, an initiative that she would then merge with the NAVS-supported Dissection Hotline to become the United States’ first and largest resource for alternatives to the use of animals in classroom dissection; and WHEREAS, Cunniff serves as president of the International Foundation for Ethical Research, which was established to support the development, validation and implemapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5306 1 COMMEMORATING THE 15TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SEPTEMBER 11TH TERRORIST ATTACKSConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION COMMEMORATING THE 15TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SEPTEMBER 11TH TERRORIST ATTACKS WHEREAS, Sunday, September 11th, 2016 marked the 15th anniversary of the day that 3,000 innocent civilians were killed in the terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington D.C., Shanksville, PA on September 11th, 2011; and WHEREAS, countless fire departments, police departments, first responders, government officials, workers, emergency medical personnel, and volunteers responded immediately and heroically to those horrific events; and WHEREAS, the Fire Department of New York suffered 343 fatalities, the Port Authority Police Department suffered 37 fatalities, and the New York Police Department suffered 23 fatalities on September 11, 2001; and WHEREAS, the impact of that day on public health continues through 2016, as nearly 90,000 people are at risk of or suffering from negative health effects as a result of the events of September 11, 2001, Page 29 of 39 including 14,000 workers and 2,400 community residents who are sick, and tens of thousands of others whose health is beiapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5328 1 RECOGNIZING THE IMPORTANCE OF NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTHResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE IMPORTANCE OF NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH WHEREAS, fifteen years after the attacks of September 11th we reflect on our strength as a nation that has been tested by tragedy; WHEREAS, it is every citizen’s responsibility to be prepared for emergencies, whether they are natural disasters such as tornadoes or flooding, or man-made acts of terrorism and violence that can strike the United States at any time; WHEREAS, disasters are becoming more frequent and severe as our climate changes; both urban and rural areas are feeling the devastating consequences of said disasters, including intense storms and heat waves; WHEREAS, the month of September serves as a reminder that we must all take action to prepare, now and throughout the year, for the types of emergencies that could affect us where we live, work, and visit; WHEREAS, as of 2012, the FEMA National Survey Report revealed that only 52% of Americans reported having supplies set aside in their homes for disaster and only 43% have a household emergency plan; WHEREAS, “Don’t Wait, CapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5289 1 HONORING DONNA SCANLAN, VILLAGE OF POSENConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING DONNA SCANLAN, VILLAGE OF POSEN WHEREAS, Donna Scanlan has been married to husband Steve for thirty-one years, and they have three grown children and four grandchildren; and WHEREAS, Donna attended local schools in the Palos/Orland Park area; and WHEREAS, Donna was bullied as a child, grew up in a time where civil and women’s rights were explosive; and WHEREAS, Donna has always stood up for the underdog which got her into a lot of fights; and WHEREAS, Donna worked over ten years for a major food and drug company in Security Systems and later challenged the food and drug store chain for sex discrimination. Afterwards she went to school to pursue her dream of becoming a firefighter/paramedic; and WHEREAS, in 1997, Donna graduated Valedictorian (receiving the only A in the class) from Christ Hospital and Medical Center Paramedic School; and WHEREAS, in 1998, at the age of forty Donna was hired by the Posen Fire Department, as a paramedic , where she immediately enrolled in the District Two Fire Academy and became a firefighteapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5304 1 EMILY DENGLER, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION EMILY DENGLER, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Emily Dengler (nee Bubla) from our midst; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler was the beloved wife of the late Eugene “Gene” Dengler Sr.; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler was the loving mother of Eugene (Pauline) Dengler Jr., Judy (Jerry) Dingels and Janet (John) Plezbert; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler was the cherished grandmother of Joy (Michael) Leach, Jill Dingels, Jennifer (Brian) Szydlowski, Michael (Jessica) Marano, Kristen Marano, Dana Marie and Alyssa Dengler; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler was the adored great-grandmother of Michael, Raeann and Daniel Leach, Emma Marano and Sophia Szydlowski; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler was the dear sister of the late Mildred (the late Gabriel) Zaffino; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler was the fond aunt of many nieces and nephews; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler was a longtime resident of Bridgeport and a parishioner at St. Jerome Croatian Catholic Parish; and WHEREAS, Emily Dengler touched the lives of many and will be remembered approvePass Action details Not available
16-5324 1 CONGRATULATING THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO’S RAFAEL CINTRÓN ORTIZ LATINO CULTURAL CENTER ON ITS 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO’S RAFAEL CINTRÓN ORTIZ LATINO CULTURAL CENTER ON ITS 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION WHEREAS, the University of Illinois at Chicago’s (UIC) Rafael Cintrón Ortiz Latino Cultural Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary; and WHEREAS, established in 1976, the Latino Cultural Center was the first cultural center at UIC; and WHEREAS, the Latino Cultural Center was born out of a mid-1970s movement which also sparked the emergence of the Latin American and Latino Studies Program in 1974 and the Latin American Recruitment and Educational Services (LARES) Program in 1975; and WHEREAS, the Latino Cultural Center emerged as the third pillar of this movement thanks to visionary Latina/o students, faculty, staff, and community members, who fought tirelessly for a cultural center to support the academic growth of the increasing Latina/o student population on campus; and WHEREAS, the Latino Cultural Center was named after the late Rafael Cintrón Ortiz, a Puerto Rican professor who unconditionally supporapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5330 1 CELEBRATING NATIONAL HISPANIC AND LATINO/A HERITAGE MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING NATIONAL HISPANIC AND LATINO/A HERITAGE MONTH WHEREAS, in September of 1968, President Lyndon Johnson signed Public Law 90-498 into law, authorizing the President to designate the week of September 15th as “National Hispanic Heritage Week” in recognition of the extraordinary contributions Hispanics and Latino/a Americans had made, and in recognition of the anniversaries of the some of the first Latin American countries to declare their independence; and WHEREAS, with the approval of Public Law 100-402 in 1988, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed September 15th through October 15th as National Hispanic Heritage Month; and WHEREAS, Hispanics and Latinos of every generation have made immense contributions to the defense of freedom at home and abroad through courageous service in the United States Military, the arts, education, mathematics, science, literature, technology and philanthropy in this county and the world; and WHEREAS, Hispanics and Latinos have long been part of the fabric of Cook County, first being reported on the IllinoiapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5333 1 HONORING MICAELA IBARRA ON HER 30TH YEAR OF COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AND SERVICEConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING MICAELA IBARRA ON HER 30TH YEAR OF COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE WHEREAS, 86-year-old Micaela Ibarra has been a community leader and example of compassion and dedication to those in need for the past 30 years; and WHEREAS, Micaela Ibarra is known as “Miquita” or “the grandmother of Pilsen,” has been a devoted volunteer providing services to the homeless and families in need in Pilsen; and WHEREAS, Micaela Ibarra migrated to Chicago with her three children after becoming a widow in the early 1980’s; and WHEREAS, Micaela Ibarra availed herself of services at St. Procopius Church where she was provided housing for 8 years and learned how to read and write for the first time; and WHEREAS, Micaela Ibarra felt an enormous gratitude for the generosity she received and decided to pay it forward and began organizing the St. Procopius annual church festival; and WHEREAS, Micaela Ibarra also volunteers six days a week organizing the food and clothing banks, helping with the soup kitchen and handing out meals to the homeless; and WHEREAS, MicaelaapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5335 1 IN SUPPORT OF “WE DON’T SERVE TEENS,” AN INITIATIVE BY THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, CONSTELLATION BRANDS BEER DIVISION, AND COOK COUNTY BEER DISTRIBUTORS AND RETAILERS TO ENLIST PARENTS AND OTHER ADULTS TO FIGHT UNDERAGE DRINKINGConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF “WE DON’T SERVE TEENS,” AN INITIATIVE BY THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, CONSTELLATION BRANDS BEER DIVISION, AND COOK COUNTY BEER DISTRIBUTORS AND RETAILERS TO ENLIST PARENTS AND OTHER ADULTS TO FIGHT UNDERAGE DRINKING Whereas, Cook County is home to many of the top middle schools, high schools, colleges, and universities in the United States, and during September thousands of students are beginning the fall semester with enthusiasm and great hope to advance in their studies; Whereas, for several years, Cook County has recognized the Federal Trade Commission’s “We Don’t Serve Teens” consumer education campaign as a valuable resource to raise awareness among parents, educators, and other adults that furnishing alcohol to minors is illegal and that common-sense measures can further reduce illegal underage drinking and the dangers caused by underage drinking to teens themselves and to the general public; and Whereas, the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) indicates that progress has continued for more tapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5336 1 HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF DEBORAH M. SAWYER, FOUNDER AND CEO ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN INC.Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF DEBORAH M. SAWYER, FOUNDER AND CEO ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN INC. Philippians 4: 6&7 “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, through prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.” WHEREAS, The time has come to say farewell to a dear and loving gift of the Lord; and WHEREAS, Deborah Sawyer has earned many degrees and certifications from major educational institutions and National Organization to become the best in her field of expertise; WHEREAS, Deborah Sawyer career began as an Environmental Scientist for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); and WHEREAS, She rose, let’s stop and think a moment about that quote alone. Our sister Deborah rose through the ranks at Ohio EPA, She Rose to become the best in her field locally, She Rose to become a Leading Expert in her field, and she Rose to Serve our Lord and Savior every time sickness would hold her down: and approvePass Action details Not available
16-5348 1 CONGRATULATING CHICAGO GATEWAY GREEN ON ITS 30 YEAR ANNIVERSARYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING CHICAGO GATEWAY GREEN ON ITS 30 YEAR ANNIVERSARY WHEREAS, Chicago Gateway Green is a not-for-profit dedicated to the greening and beautification of Chicago’s gateways and expressways through landscape enhancement, litter and graffiti removal, and the installation of public art; and WHEREAS, in 1986 the late Donald J. DePorter founded Chicago Gateway Green on the belief that beauty and sustainability go hand-in-hand, and today the public-private partnership continues to lead the charge in greening and beautifying the great city of Chicago together with its partners; and WHEREAS, Chicago Gateway Green is dedicated to greening and beautifying Chicago’s expressways, gateways and neighborhoods and maintains 100 expressway gardens and almost 150 acres of roadside landscapes on all major expressways leading into and out of the city using native shrubs, trees and perennials; and WHEREAS, the not-for-profit has planted more than 4,000 trees, 80,000 shrubs, 130,000 perennials, and has removed over 1.35 million pounds of refuse from Chicago’s eapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5349 1 COMMEMORATING THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF JUDITH ANN PIERConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION COMMEMORATING THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF JUDITH ANN PIER WHEREAS, Judith Ann Pier lived a rich and fulfilled life. She was an exceptional woman who left behind a devoted family, countless friends and a community profoundly enriched for having known her; and WHEREAS, Judith Ann Pier was a lifelong Chicagoan, born on May 20, 1944. She excelled early in school, graduated with honors from high school and summa cum laude from college. She spent her early years teaching in the Chicago Public Schools, where she made a lasting impact on the students, many with whom she remained in contact throughout her life; and WHEREAS, Judy met the love of her life, Wayne, when he was coaching her softball team over four decades ago and married him on July 4, 1975. The two began a journey abundant with deep love, mutual respect and a sense of adventure. The couple shared many incredible travels around the world and gathered friends wherever they went; and WHEREAS, Judith Ann Pier was an absolute natural when it came to sales and was often singled out for recognitapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4657 1  AppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Ally Brisbin Position: Commissioner Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Commission on Women’s Issues Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 9/14/18 or until a successor is appointedsuspend the rulesPass Action details Video Video
16-4657 1  AppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Ally Brisbin Position: Commissioner Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Commission on Women’s Issues Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 9/14/18 or until a successor is appointedapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5235 1 Ernest Brown, Emergency Telephone Systems Board, ChairmanAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Ernest Brown Position: Chairman Department/Board/Commission: Emergency Telephone Systems Board Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 9/14/18 or until a successor is appointedsuspend the rulesPass Action details Video Video
16-5235 1 Ernest Brown, Emergency Telephone Systems Board, ChairmanAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Ernest Brown Position: Chairman Department/Board/Commission: Emergency Telephone Systems Board Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 9/14/18 or until a successor is appointedapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5102 1 AN AMENDMENT TO THE COOK COUNTY AMUSEMENT TAXOrdinance AmendmentProposed Substitute to Item 16-5102 (Finance Committee 10-26-16) PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT AN AMENDMENT TO THE COOK COUNTY AMUSEMENT TAX WHEREAS, it is the intent of the County Board to recognize and encourage both the artists who add to our cultural identity as well as the venues that allow them to display their talents to crowds from around the County and around the world by exempting them from the City and County’s amusement tax for live performances; and WHEREAS, it is not the role of government to restrictively decide and define what is and is not ‘music’; and WHEREAS, to single out one or any type of music genre performed at these types of venues as not applicable to the small venue exemption clause is not in the spirit or purpose of the exemption clause nor the expansive definition of music; WHEREAS, as the recording industry and music genres have evolved, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has recognized, although sometimes more slowly than society at large, that new music genres evolve and form, such as Rock, Rap, Reggae, Metal, Roots,referPass Action details Video Video
16-5204 1  ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION URGING THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO PASS LEGISLATION EXEMPTING TEAM USA MEMBERS FROM FEDERAL TAXATION ON THEIR OLYMPIC WINNINGS WHEREAS, Olympic winners receive $25,000 for a gold medal, $15,000 for a silver medal, and $10,000 for a bronze medal, and the gold and silver medals themselves are valued anywhere from $564 to $300; and WHEREAS, the Internal Revenue Service considers those winnings fully taxable achievement awards; and WHEREAS, there is a great disparity of income level among Olympic athletes; most do not receive lucrative endorsement contracts, and some maintain amateur status and are college students who rely on family support and scholarships; and WHEREAS, Olympic athletes can pay an income tax of anywhere from 10% to 39.6% depending on their income; those in the highest bracket can expect to pay tax of approximately $9,900 for one gold medal; and WHEREAS, support for exempting Olympians from being taxed on medal earnings has crossed party lines, is supported by President Obama, and is gaining momentum given the recapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-5025 1 URGING PUBLICLY FUNDED UNIVERSITIES IN ILLINOIS TO COMPLY WITH FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS REGARDING USE OF ANIMALS IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION URGING PUBLICLY FUNDED UNIVERSITIES IN ILLINOIS TO COMPLY WITH FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS REGARDING USE OF ANIMALS IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH WHEREAS, various taxpayer-funded research institutions across the nation, including the University of Illinois (U of I), have refused to provide records requested under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) from advocacy groups regarding animal care and justification for the experiments conducted; and WHEREAS, many of these same institutions have been involved in costly litigation over animal research practices and documents; and WHEREAS, opening records would jeopardize neither research nor the privacy of employees as federal FOIA and state public-disclosure laws contain protections for trade secrets and other forms of personal and proprietary information; and WHEREAS, a lawsuit filed by the Beagle Freedom Project (so named because beagles’ size and docile nature make them the frequent subject to such research) states that research protocols show that the U of I is testing cardiovascular toxicity, and that referPass Action details Video Video
16-5183 1 SPECIAL PURPOSE FUND REPORTING 2nd Quarter FY 2016ReportREPORT Department: Secretary to the Board Request: Receive and file Report Title: RESOLUTION 14-4341 SPECIAL PURPOSE FUND REPORTING Report Period: 2nd Quarter FY 2016 Summary: Resolution 14-4341 directs that a report of all special purpose fund transactions be made to the Secretary of the Cook County Board of Commissioners by the office or agency responsible for administering each special purpose fund on a quarterly basis. Reports shall be provided to the Secretary's office no later than 30 days after the end of each fiscal quarter, at which point the Secretary will aggregate the reports for distribution to the Board of Commissioners and the Director of Budget and Management Services on the next available Board Agenda; Reports shall be in a format as prescribed by the Director of Budget & Management Services. Such format shall ensure that the reports contain sufficiently detailed supporting information as to the specifics of each transaction and a justification regarding how each transaction relates to the purpose of the special purpose fund.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
16-4978 1 First Commonwealth, Inc., wholly owned subsidiary of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, Chicago, Illinois Employer Sponsored Dental BenefitsContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Risk Management Vendor: First Commonwealth, Inc., wholly owned subsidiary of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Employer Sponsored Dental Benefits Contract Value: $29,470,000.00 Contract period: 12/1/2016 - 11/30/2019, with two (2) one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2017 $9,160,000.00, FY 2018 $9,820,000.00, FY 2019 $10,490,000.00 Accounts: 542-177 Contract Number(s): 1518-14993 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Risk Management is requesting authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to award a contract to First Commonwealth, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Guardian (“Guardian”) to provide employer sponsored dental insurance benefits for Cook County Employees. Cook County currentlapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-5095 1 Genoa Business Forms, Sycamore, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Bureau of Administration, Printing and Graphic Services (PGS) Vendor: Genoa Business Forms, Inc., Sycamore, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Printing of Carbonless Forms Original Contract Period: 1/1/2015 - 12/31/2016, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $431,572.80 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 12/17/2014, $431,572.80 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $285,786.40 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $70,000.00; FY 2017 $215,786.40 Accounts: 011-355 Contract Number(s): 1435-13499 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via indirect participation and partial MWBE waiver The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. TapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-4981 1 llinois Environmental Protection Agency; inspections and conduct investigations of solid waste management sitesIntergovernmental Agreement RenewalPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT RENEWAL Department: Cook County Department of Environmental Control Other Part(ies): Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Request: Approval of Delegation Agreement between the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and Cook County Goods or Services: Pursuant to this Delegation Agreement the county shall have certain authority, as described in the agreement, to act on behalf of the Illinois EPA to make inspections and conduct investigations of solid waste management sites. The Illinois EPA and Cook County agree that Cook County may bring actions for violations of any section of the Environmental Protection Act in the name of the People of the State of Illinois Agreement Number: N/A Agreement Period: Original Agreement 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2017 Renewal period 7/1/2016 - 6/30/2021 Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: N/A Summary: The purpose of this Delegation Agreement is to satisfactorily act on public concerns for human health and the environment and agree upon a mutually cooperative program for inspecting solidapprovePass Action details Not available
16-1571 1 Bureau of Construction Monthly Progress Report 7/31/2016ReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Request: Receive and File. Report Title: Bureau of Construction Monthly Progress Report Report Period: Ending 7/31/2016 Summary: Submitted is a copy of the Construction Bureau Report ending 7/31/2016.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
16-4302 1 Engineering Status Report 6/30/2016ReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Request: Received and File. Report Title: Engineering Status Report Report Period: 6/30/2016 (Quarterly) Summary: Submitted is a copy of the Engineering Status Report Quarterly ending 6/30/2016.receive and filePass Action details Not available
16-4307 1 Purchase of Bulk Salt De-Icing MaterialsResolution, Maintenance (Highway)PROPOSED RESOLUTION, MAINTENANCE (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Request: Approval Type of Project: Purchase of Bulk Salt De-Icing Materials Maintenance District(s): 1, 2, 4 and 5 County Board District(s): 1, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 13-17 Fiscal Impact: $2,370,000.00 Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax Fund: (600-585 Account) Summary: Appropriating funds for the purchase of bulk rock salt and deicing materials for ice and snow control on various County maintained highways 2016 fiscal year ending 11/30/2016. This appropriation, as proposed, is required by the Department to assist the Maintenance Bureau in carrying out its mission to ensure public safety by providing a safe, efficient, and effective roadway network. Summarize expense and add additional informationapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-4545 1 BP Products North America Inc. Naperville, Illinois HAA BBP 7059 S AshlandAgreement (Highway)PROPOSED AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Department of Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): BP Products North America Inc. Naperville, Illinois Request: Approval Goods or Services: Highway Authority Agreement with a Supplemental Agreement Location: 7059 South Ashland Avenue (CH W48) at 71st Street in the City of Chicago Section Number: N/A County Board District: 2 Centerline Mileage: N/A Agreement Period: one-time agreement Agreement Number(s): N/A Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: N/A Summary: The Highway Authority Agreement along with an attached Supplemental Agreement has been prepared in compliance with Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) directives in dealing with petroleum contamination to soils. The County, by executing the Agreement, will agree to restrict the extraction of potable water from its highway right-of-way at this location, inform Permittees of the proscribed status of the referenced location and require that Permittees properly dispose of excavated soapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4715 1 Village of Crestwood in IllinoisIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Village of Crestwood in Illinois Request: Approval Goods or Services: Phase I Preliminary Engineering and Phase II Civil Engineering Design Services and preparation of construction plans, specifications, estimates and contract documents for sidewalk and bicycle path improvements along Midlothian Turnpike from Central Avenue to Pulaski Road. The County will reimburse the Village for its share of the Phase I Preliminary Engineering and Phase II Civil Engineering Design Services costs; estimated total County cost $61,000.00, under Cook County Section 16-B8027-00-EG Location: Midlothian Turnpike, Central Avenue to Pulaski Road in the Village of Crestwood Section: S16-B8027-00-EG Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 5, 6 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: one-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $61,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund (600-585 Account) Summary: This Agreement is necessitated by thapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4765 1 Hintz Road, Arlington Heights Road to Elmhurst Road in the Villages of Arlington Heights, Wheeling and in the City of Prospect Heights 12-A5414-03-RPCompletion of Construction Approval Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION APPROVAL RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): A Lamp Concrete Contractors, Inc., Schaumburg, Illinois Action: Approve Good(s) or Service(s): This is a Quality Control/Quality Assurance (QC/QA) improvement to provide diamond grinding of the existing P.C.C. pavement, pavement repair with P.C. Concrete Pavement or Class B Patch, removal and replacement of damaged combination concrete curb and gutter, crack and joint routing and sealing, median removal and replacement, traffic protection, drainage repairs and adjustments, pavement marking, removal and replacement of raised reflective pavement markers, and removal and replacement of traffic signal detector loops, and other related work to complete the project. receiving. Location of Project: Hintz Road, Arlington Heights Road to Elmhurst Road in the Villages of Arlington Heights, Wheeling and in the City of Prospect Heights Section: 12-A5414-03-RP County Board District: 14, 17 Contract Number: 12-23-43approvePass Action details Not available
16-4768 1 Happ Road over Skokie River in the Village of WinnetkaImprovement Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Project Type: Motor Fuel Tax Project Improvement Resolution Request: Approval of appropriation of Motor Fuel Tax Funds Project: This appropriation, as proposed, shall consist of the complete removal of the existing bridge and replacing it with a three-span reinforced concrete slab bridge with one lane in each direction, approach pavement, 10-foot multi-use path on the east side of the bridge, bridge pavement connector at each end of the bridge, pavement markings, landscape restoration, engineering and other necessary highway appurtenance. Location: Happ Road over Skokie River in the Village of Winnetka Section: 16-W4043-00-BR County Board District(s): 13 Centerline Mileage: N/A Fiscal Impact: $3,440,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund: (600-585 Account) Summary: This improvement will promote economic development, regional mobility, and is needed to protect the public investment in the highway system and provide a safe, efficientapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4769 1 Construction Management ServicesAppropriating Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): N/A Request: Approval Good(s) or Services(s): Construction Management Services Location: Various Locations throughout Cook County Section: 16-8CEGN-00-EG Fiscal Impact: $2,500,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund (600-585 Account )approvePass Action details Not available
16-4770 1 Geotechnical engineering services Various Locations throughout Cook CountyAppropriating Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): N/A Request: Approve Good(s) or Services(s): Geotechnical Engineering Services Location: Various Locations throughout Cook County Section: 16-6SOIL-00-ES Fiscal Impact: $360,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund: (600-585 Account) Summary: This resolution is for appropriating funds for soil borings and other related geotechnical engineering services at various locations throughout Cook County by an outside engineering consultant. This appropriation, as proposed, consist of soil borings and related soils analyses, geotechnical reports with recommendations derived from soil investigations, definition of strength properties and characteristics of the underlying soils to support the roadway pavement and highway structures, clean construction or demolition debris soil testing, and other engineering tasks and shall include supervision by County forces. This appropriation is made in anticipation of a forthcoming contract to approvePass Action details Not available
16-4771 1 Fracture Critical, Hands On and In Depth Bridge Inspection ProgramAppropriating Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): N/A Request: Approval Good(s) or Services(s): Fracture Critical, Hands On and In Depth Bridge Inspection Program Location: Various Location within Cook County County Board Districts: 5, 6, 11, 14, 16, 17 Section: 16-6BIST-00-ES Fiscal Impact: $480,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund: 600-585 Account Summary: Motor Fuel Tax Project The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully submits for adoption a resolution appropriating funds for the inspection, by an outside consulting firm, of ten (10) steel truss bridges at the following locations: FRACTURE CRITICAL/IN-DEPTH INSPECTION LOCATION 104th Avenue (CH W25) over Calumet Sag Channel in Unincorporated Palos Township Ridgeland Avenue (CH W37) over Calumet Sag Channel in the Village of Alsip and City of Palos Heights Crawford Avenue (CH W43) over Calumet Sag Channel in the Villages of Alsip and Crestwood Francisco Avenue (CH W95) over CaapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4902 1 Halsted Street at 144th Street Crosswalk in the Village of RiverdaleImprovement Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Project Type: Motor Fuel Tax Project Improvement Resolution Request: Approval of appropriation of Motor Fuel Tax Funds Project: This appropriation, as proposed, shall consist of pedestrian safety improvements which shall include crosswalk improvements, ADA upgrades, traffic control and protection, pavement marking, landscaping, engineering and other necessary highway appurtenances. Location: Halsted Street at 144th Street Crosswalk in the Village of Riverdale Section: 16-HLSTD-00-PV County Board District(s): 5 Centerline Mileage: N/A Fiscal Impact: $79,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund: (600-585 Account) Summary: This improvement will provide safer pedestrian accommodations at the intersection for the general public and the Thornton Township Senior/Youth and Family Services Center to public transportation and the County Forest Preserve on the west side of Halsted Avenue at 144th Street, and is needed to protect the public inveapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5026 1 134th Grant EPDGrant AwardPROPOSED GRANT AWARD Department: Transportation and Highways Grantee: Cook County Department and Transportation and Highways Grantor: Illinois Department of Transportation Economic Development Program (EPD) Request: Authorization to accept grant Purpose: 134th Street, Halsted Street and Marsden Drive where the scope of work shall include the reconstruction of the existing pavement to concrete pavement, drainage improvements, Complete Streets compliance, landscaping, engineering, and other necessary highway appurtenances. Location: 134th Street, Halsted Street and Marsden Drive in the Village of Riverdale County Board District: 5 Section: 16-13433-00-RP Project Number: M-4003(788) Job Number: P-91-397-16 Grant Amount: $1,785,743.00 Grant Period: 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2019 Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/A Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: The value of infrastructure improvement to economic developmentapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5072 1 County-Line Road south of Plainfield Road in the Village of Burr RidgeSupplemental Improvement Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Project Type: Motor Fuel Tax Project Request: Approval of appropriation of Motor Fuel Tax Funds Project: This improvement is required to perform the emergency repair work needed to correct the damage caused by water from the lake in Burr Ridge, on County Line Road and is necessary to protect the public investment in the highway system and provide a safe, efficient, and sustainable highway. Location: County-Line Road south of Plainfield Road in the Village of Burr Ridge Section: 16-W1921-00-DR County Board District(s): 17 Centerline Mileage: N/A Fiscal Impact: $90,200.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund: (600-585 Account) Summary: Appropriating funds to furnish all labor, materials and equipment required for an emergency repair of the Burr Ridge Overflow Inlet Breach on County Line Road, just south of Plainfield Road in the Village of Burr Ridge. This appropriation, as proposed includes the placement of sandbags to create a barrapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4400 1 CPS Chicago Parking, LLC, Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Facilities Management Vendor: CPS Chicago Parking, LLC, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Parking Management Services Contract Value: $2,046,166.00 Contract period: 12/1/2016 - 11/30/2019, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2017 $682,055.36, FY2018 $682,055.36, FY2019 $682,055.28 Accounts: 499 - 260 Contract Number(s): 1545-15207 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct and indirect participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: Bids were solicited for management services at the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Parking Facility. Competitive bidding procedures were followed in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. CPS Chicago Parking, LLC was the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder. . Based on the anticipated revenue that will be generated from parking fees and the approvePass Action details Video Video
16-4730 1 Atlas & Associates, Inc., Country Club Hills, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Facilities Management Vendor: Atlas & Associates, Inc., Country Club Hills, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Refrigerants Contract Value: $309,877.50 Contract period: 10/1/2016 - 9/30/2018, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2016 $12,911.56; FY 2017 $154,938.72; FY2018 $142,027.22 Accounts: 200-333 Contract Number(s): 1645-15297 Concurrences: Vendor has met the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Ordinance The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: Bids were solicited for refrigerants for Countywide cooling systems. Competitive bidding procedures were followed in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. Atlas & Associates was the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder.approvePass Action details Not available
16-4781 1 Transfer of Funds to Account 450Transfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Facilities Management Request: Fund Transfer Reason: to replenish account 450 From Account(s): 200-330, $10,000.00; 200-444, $20,000.00; 200-490, $10,000.00; 200-638, $40,000.00; 200-461, $8,561.00 To Account(s): 200-450 Total Amount of Transfer: $88,561.00 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 8/10/2016 that this account would need an infusion of funds. The balance in the account on that date was a negative $185,643.00. The balance on 7/18/2016 was a negative $537,970.00. The negative dollar amounts do not reflect an overage in actual expenditures, but pre-encumbrances. 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. The accounts were chosen beapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4782 1 Garland/DBS, Inc., Cleveland, OhioContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Facilities Management Vendor: Garland/DBS, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Roofing Supplies and Services Contract Value: $300,000.00 Contract period: 9/26/2016 - 9/25/2017, with (3), one year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2016 $150,000.00; FY 2017 $150,000.00 Accounts: 200-450 Contract Number(s): 1685-15344 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Facilities Management requests authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute a contract for roofing supplies and services, waterproofing and related products and services. This is a Comparable Government Procurement pursuant to Section 34-140 of the Cook County Procurement Code. Garland/DBS, Inc. was previously awarded a contract through an Invitation for Bids (IFapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5052 1 69 West Washington Street, Suite 1220, Chicago, Illinois First Amend Securities DivisionLease Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED LEASE AMENDMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Approve a First Amendment to Lease Landlord: County of Cook Tenant: Secretary of State of Illinois Location: 69 West Washington Street, Suite 1220 Term/Extension Period: 11/1/2016 - 10/31/2021 Space Occupied: 10,119 Square feet Monthly Rent: Annual Base Rent Monthly Base Rent PSF $205,415.70 $17,117.98 $20.30 Operating Expenses: In addition to Base Rent, Tenant shall continue to pay its proportionate share of operating expenses for the building, currently about $9.26 per square foot or $93,702.00 annually. Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: N/A Option to Renew: N/A Termination: N/A Utilities Included: No, Electricity separately metered and paid by Tenant Summary: The Secretary of State’s Office will continue to utilize the space for its Securities Division. The proposed rental rate is within the range of current market rates.approvePass Action details Not available
16-5053 1 69 West Washington Street, Suite 1240, Chicago, Illinois Secretary of State’s Office First Amend Business Services DivisionLease Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED LEASE AMENDMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Approve a First Amendment to Lease Landlord: County of Cook Tenant: Secretary of State of Illinois Location: 69 West Washington Street, Suite 1240 Term/Extension Period: 11/1/2016 - 10/31/2021 Space Occupied: 7,730 Square feet Monthly Rent: Annual Base Rent Monthly Base Rent PSF $156,918.96 $13,076.58 $20.30 Operating Expenses: In addition to Base Rent, Tenant shall continue to pay its proportionate share of operating expenses for the building, currently about $9.26 per square foot or $71,580.00 annually Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: N/A Option to Renew: N/A Termination: N/A Utilities Included: No, Electricity separately metered and paid by Tenant Summary: The Secretary of State’s Office will continue to utilize the space for its Business Services Division. The proposed rental rate is within the range of current market rates.approvePass Action details Not available
16-5054 1 Approve a Third Amendment to Lease RML Health Providers Limited Partnership, dba RML Specialty HospitalLease Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED LEASE AMENDMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Approve a Third Amendment to Lease Landlord: County of Cook Tenant: RML Health Providers Limited Partnership, dba RML Specialty Hospital Location: 5601 South County Line Road, Hinsdale, Illinois 60521 Term/Extension Period: The term will be extended for five years, to expire 5/31/2022 Space Occupied: 149,285 Square feet Monthly Rent: 6/1/2017- 5/31/2018 -Monthly $111,981.17 / Annually $1,343,774.00 Operating Expenses: In addition to the base rent, the Tenant pays directly all costs of maintaining and operating the facility and the grounds. Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: N/A Option to Renew: Tenant shall have the option to renew the lease for six five year renewal periods, on the same terms and conditions. Escalation: Base rent is increased each year by an amount equal to the increase in the CPI, with a minimum increase of 3% and a maximum increase of 4%, which protects the Landlord from changes in the marketplace. For the 5th and 6tapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5055 1 Eighteenth Street LLC, Michael Adams and Armando Gonzales Fifth Amend to Lease 5912 Cermak, Cicero, illinoisLease Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED LEASE AMENDMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: Approve a Fifth Amendment to Lease Landlord: Eighteenth Street LLC, Michael Adams and Armando Gonzales Tenant: County of Cook Location: 5912 W. Cermak Road, Cicero, Illinois 60804 Term/Extension Period: 11/1/2016 - 10/31/2017 Space Occupied: 8,500 Square feet Monthly Rent: $14,175.80 per month / $170,109.60 annually Fiscal Impact: Approval of this item will commit Fiscal Year 2016 and 2017 funds Accounts: 893-660 Account Option to Renew: N/A Termination: 90 days prior written notice by Tenant Utilities Included: No Summary: The Premises is located in Cook County District #16 in the building known as the Cicero Health Center, at 5912 W. Cermak Road, Cicero, and is currently occupied by the Ambulatory & Community Health Network (ACHN) and the Cook County Department of Public Health (DPH). On 6/8/2016, this Board approved a proposed acquisition of certain real estate to allow for the expansion of the Health Center. However, due to unsaapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5056 1 Request to refer a Real Estate matter to CommitteeMiscellaneous Item of BusinessPROPOSED MISCELLANEOUS ITEM OF BUSINESS Department: Department of Real Estate Management Summary: Requesting permission to discuss with the Asset Management Committee in executive session the possible acquisition of property to be utilized by CCHHS for a CCHHS Regional Outpatient Center. This request for a closed meeting is made pursuant to an exception to the Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120/2(c)(6).referPass Action details Not available
16-5097 1 A RESOLUTION TO ENTER INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AGENCY FOR PLANNING CMAP Resolution for South SuburbsResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO ENTER INTO AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AGENCY FOR PLANNING WHEREAS, the County of Cook (“the County”) has applied for staff assistance services through the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (“CMAP”), for a plan to catalyze job creation and economic prosperity in the County’s south suburbs by redefining and strengthening their role in the regional economy; and WHEREAS, the County’s request for such assistance has been recommended by CMAP as a priority project; and WHEREAS, CMAP has adopted the GO TO 2040 Plan as the long-range regional comprehensive plan for the seven-county Chicago region, encompassing Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall. Lake, McHenry and Will counties, and is providing staff assistance as a means of advancing the plan’s implementation; and WHEREAS, the County and CMAP have agreed on the contents of an Intergovernmental Agreement (“IGA”) that will guide staff assistance services to be provided by CMAP; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY OF COOK: Section 1: The (goverapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-4798 1 Cotter Consulting, Inc., Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Planning and Development Vendor: Cotter Consulting, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Construction Management Professional Services Original Contract Period: 12/15/2014 - 12/14/2016, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 12/15/2016 - 12/14/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $140,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 12/12/2014, $140,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $250,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: N/A - Grant Funded Accounts: (7721501-580170 for $100,000.00; 7721601-580170 for $75,000.00; and 9101401-580170 for $75,000.00) Contract Number(s): 1455-13763A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. approvePass Action details Video Video
16-4799 1 RM Chin & Associates Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Planning and Development Vendor: RM Chin & Associates Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Construction Management Professional Services Original Contract Period: 12/15/2014 - 12/14/2016, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 12/15/2016 - 12/14/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $140,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 12/12/2014 $140,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $375,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: NA - Grant Funded Accounts: 7721501-580170 for $100,000.00; 7721601-580170 for $50,000.00; 587-520830 for $125,000.00; and 9101401-580170 for $100,000.00 Contract Number(s): 1455-13763B Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4915 1 7555 N CALDWELL LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) No Purchase for Value TEERMPROPOSED RESOLUTION 7555 N CALDWELL 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: 7555 N Caldwell LLC Address: 7555 N Caldwell Avenue, Niles, Illinois 60714 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Niles Cook County District: 13 Permanent Index Number: (2) PINs: 10-30-401-007-0000; 10-30-401-013-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: 2016-39R Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 17 months at the time of application to BED Special circumstances justification requested: Yes TEERM (TEMPORARY EMERGENCY ECONOMIC RECOVERY MODIFICATION (Vacant for more than 12 months but less than 24 months - No Purchase for Value) Justification: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 5 full-time, 0 part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: 74 full-time, 0 part-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: 74 full-time, 0 parreferPass Action details Video Video
16-5114 1 RNR LITHOGRAPHER INC. CLASS 6B SUSTAINABLE EMERGENCY RELIEF (SER)Resolution (Class 6B) SERPROPOSED RESOLUTION RNR LITHOGRAPHER INC. 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: RNR Lithographer Inc. Address: 8115 W. Grand Avenue, River Grove, Illinois 60171 Length of time at current location: 58 Years Length of time property under same ownership: 58years Is there evidence supporting 10 years of the same ownership and/or occupancy (tenancy): Yes Age of the Property (Building): Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Leyden Cook County District: 9th Permanent Index Number(s): 12-26-417-003-0000 and 12-26-417-004-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of River grove Resolution No. 2014-R-20 Evidence of Economic Hardship: Yes Number of blighting factors associated with the property: Three (3): Dilapidation; Obsolescence and Deterioration Has justification for the Class 6b SER program been providedreferPass Action details Not available
16-5118 1 1221 LANDMEIER, LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION 1221 LANDMEIER, 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: 1221 Landmeier, LLC Address: 1221 Landmeier Road, Elk Grove, Illinois 60007 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Elk Grove Cook County District: 15 Permanent Index Number: 08-27-400-083-0000 and 08-27-400-084-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Elk Grove Resolution No. 9-15 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: under 24 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: five (5) - 15full-time, # part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: # full-time, TBD part-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: 31 full-time, eight (8) part-time Estimated Number of construction jobs: 20-30 construction jobs Proposed use of property: Manufacturing, warehousing and distributioreferPass Action details Not available
16-5120 1ujRYAN HUNT, LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION RYAN HUNT, 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: Ryan Hunt, LLC Address: 1200 S. Willis Avenue, Wheeling, Illinois 60090 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Wheeling Cook County District: 14 Permanent Index Number: 03-14-102-029-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Wheeling Resolution No. 16-43 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 11 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 15 full-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: 27 full-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: not applicable Estimated Number of construction jobs: 20-30 construction jobs Proposed use of property: Manufacturing, warehousing and distribution of athletic uniforms. Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes referPass Action details Not available
16-5130 1 Federal Emergency Management AgencyGrant AwardPROPOSED GRANT AWARD Department: Homeland Security & Emergency Management Grantee: Homeland Security & Emergency Management Grantor: Federal Emergency Management Agency Request: Authorization to accept grant Purpose: Flood mitigation assistance Grant Amount: $1,677,592.19 Grant Period: 5/29/2015 - 10/30/2018 Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/A Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: FEMA’s Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) grant aims to reduce or eliminate claims under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). FMA provides funding to states, territories, federally-recognized tribes and local communities for projects and planning that reduces or eliminates long-term risk of flood damage to structures insured under the NFIP. Specifically, with these grant funds, Cook County will acquire NFIP insured property with a high likelihood of flooding. FMA funding is also available for management costs. Funding is appropriated by Congress annually.approvePass Action details Video Video
16-4950 1 Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Inc. Tarrytown, New YorkContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Bureau of Human Resources Vendor: Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Inc. Tarrytown, New York Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend the contract Good(s) or Service(s): Reagents and Consumables Original Contract Period: 4/22/2013 - 4/21/2015 with two (2) one year (1) year renewal options. Proposed Contract Period Extension: 4/22/2016 - 12/21/2016 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $126,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 4/30/2013, $64,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 8/1/2014, $32,000.00; 4/28/2015, $30,000.00, 4/22/2015 - 4/21/2016 This Increase Requested: $0.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $29,576.00 Accounts: 032-360 Contract Number(s): 13-45-005 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via full MWBE waiver. Summary: Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics is responsible for providing the reapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-5131 1 APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT SEIU Local 73 CBA Offices Under the PresidentResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT 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, Collective Bargaining Agreements for the period of December 1, 2012 through November 30, 2017 have been negotiated between the County of Cook and Service Employees International Union Local 73 (SEIU Local 73); representing employees in Animal Control, Zoning Board of Appeals, Comptroller, Procurement, Department of Highways, Environmental Control, Law Library, Building & Zoning, Facilities Management, Dept. of Public Health, Medical Examiner and Office Technology; and WHEREAS, salary adjustments and general wage increases previously approved are reflected in the Salary Schedules included in the Collective Bargaining Agreements negotiated between the County of Cook and SEIU Local 73; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cook County Board of Commissioners does hereby approve the Collective Bargaining Agreements between the County of CapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5140 1 PROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT Metropolitan Alliance of Police (MAP 270) representing the Stroger Hospital SergeantsResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT 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 the Metropolitan Alliance of Police (MAP 270) representing the Stroger Hospital Sergeants; and WHEREAS, salary adjustments and general wage increases were previously approved are reflected in the Salary Schedules included in this Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiated between the County of Cook and MAP 270; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cook County Board of Commissioners does hereby approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County of Cook and MAP 270 as provided by the Bureau of Human Resources.approvePass Action details Not available
16-5141 1 COUPE PREVAILING RATE RESOLUTIONResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION COUPE PREVAILING RATE RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the County is obligated to pay the prevailing rate for these categories of employees pursuant to the state statute and the collective bargaining agreement between the County of Cook and the Union(s); and WHEREAS, the unions representing this category of employees have been properly certified that the below-listed rates are the prevailing rates for the effective date(s) set forth herein; and WHEREAS, the Annual Appropriation Bill creates Accounts 490-115 499-115 899-115 for Appropriation Adjustments for the Corporate, Public Safety and Health Funds if necessary; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the prevailing wages and salaries of the following positions be fixed as follows: Job Code Title Represented Wage Rate Effective Date 2307 Boilermaker/Blacksmith $45.43 6/30/16 2310 Boilermaker/Welder $45.43 6/30/16 2359 Sign Painter (Shopman) $36.72 1/1/16 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chief of the Bureau of Human Resources and the Cook County Comptroller are hereby authorized to implement the papprovePass Action details Not available
16-5142 1 PROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees 1111, 1178 and 1276 (AFSCME 1111, 1178, & 1276) representing employees in the Cook County Health FacilitiesResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS 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, Collective Bargaining Agreements for the period of December 1, 2012 through November 30, 2017 have been negotiated between the County of Cook and the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees 1111, 1178 and 1276 (AFSCME 1111, 1178, & 1276) representing employees in the Cook County Health Facilities; and WHEREAS, salary adjustments and general wage increases previously approved are reflected in the Salary Schedules included in the Collective Bargaining Agreements negotiated between the County of Cook and AFSCME 1111, 1178, 1276; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cook County Board of Commissioners does hereby approve the Collective Bargaining Agreements between the County of Cook and AFSCME 1111, 1178, 1276 as provided by the Bureau of Human Resources.approvePass Action details Not available
16-5143 1 RESOLUTION APPROVING AN INTEREST ARBITRATION AWARD Teamsters Local 700 (representing twenty-three (23) Sheriff Fugitive Unit Investigators IIResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING AN INTEREST ARBITRATION AWARD WHEREAS, the County of Cook/Sheriff of Cook County and the Teamsters Local 700 (representing twenty-three (23) Sheriff Fugitive Unit Investigators II) entered into a Compulsory Interest Arbitration under the Illinois Public Employee Labor Relations Act (5 ILCS 315/1, et seq.); and WHEREAS, an Interest Arbitration Award has been issued concerning unresolved salary issues and healthcare covering the period of December 1, 2012 and through November 30, 2017. WHEREAS this Award including the Economic package for wages and healthcare as outlined below shall be submitted to the Cook County Board of Commissioners for consideration; 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) effective the first full pay period on or after June 1, 2015 the pay rates for all classifications shall be increased 2.0approvePass Action details Not available
16-5145 1 PROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT Cook County Pharmacy Association, Chicago Joint Board, Retail, Wholesale & Department Store Union, AFL-CIO-CLC Local 200 (RWDSW Local 200) representing two hundred and ten (210) PharmacistsResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT 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 the Cook County Pharmacy Association, Chicago Joint Board, Retail, Wholesale & Department Store Union, AFL-CIO-CLC Local 200 (RWDSW Local 200) representing two hundred and ten (210) Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians; and WHEREAS, salary adjustments and general wage increases were previously approved are reflected in the Salary Schedules included in this Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiated between the County of Cook and RWDSW Local 200; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cook County Board of Commissioners does hereby approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County of Cook and RWDSU Local 200 as provided by the Bureau of Human Resources.approvePass Action details Not available
16-5146 1 APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT Illinois Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) representing the Oak Forest Health Facilities Police OfficersResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT 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 the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) representing the Oak Forest Health Facilities Police Officers; and WHEREAS, salary adjustments and general wage increases were previously approved are reflected in the Salary Schedules included in this Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiated between the County of Cook and the FOP; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cook County Board of Commissioners does hereby approve the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the County of Cook and the FOP as provided by the Bureau of Human Resources.approvePass Action details Not available
16-5202 1 HR Activity Reports for Pay Periods 14, 15, and 16 PP14 6/26 - 7/9/2016, PP15 7/10 - 7/23/2016, PP16 - 7/24 - 8/6/2016ReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Human Resources Request: Receive and File Report Title: HR Activity Reports for Pay Periods 14, 15, and 16 Report Period: PP14 6/26 - 7/9/2016, PP15 7/10 - 7/23/2016, PP16 - 7/24 - 8/6/2016 Summary: Grades 17 -24 Onlyreceive and filePass Action details Not available
16-4223 1 Adapt Telephony Services, LLC, Oak Brook, IllinoisContract Amendment (Vehicle Acquisition)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Bureau of Technology Vendor: Adapt Telephony Services, LLC, Oak Brook, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System and accompanying software licenses Current Contract Period: 12/4/2013 - 12/3/2019 Proposed Contract Extension Period: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $4,193,835.79 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 12/4/2013 - $4,193,835.79 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $189,941.40 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016: $189,941.40 Accounts: 1500909502-570 Contract Number(s): 13-18-078 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: In December, 2013, this Board approved Contract No. 13-18-078approvePass Action details Video Video
16-5059 1 South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association, use to eight dark fiber optic cable strands along the I-57 corridor.Hazel Crest, Illinois;Intergovernmental Agreement AmendmentPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT AMENDMENT Department: Bureau of Technology Other Part(ies): South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association, Hazel Crest, Illinois Request: Amendment Goods or Services: An indefeasible right of use to eight dark fiber optic cable strands along the I-57 corridor. Agreement Number: N/A Agreement Period: 4/10/2014 - 4/9/2034 Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/A Summary: Under the current intergovernmental agreement (“IGA”) with the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association (“SSMMA”), Cook County owns a 20-year indefeasible right of use (“IRU”) to eight strands of dark fiber optic cable running along the I-57 corridor. These fibers enable the County’s Oak Forest campus and Markham courthouse to connect to the County’s high-capacity fiber backbone. SSMMA is additionally responsible for maintenance and repairs to the fiber. The Bureau of Technology now seeks approval of a technical amendment to the IGA allowing SSMMA to exercise its right to assign its broadband assets to the Chicago-Southland Fiber NapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5060 1 Securus Technologies, Inc., Dallas, TexasContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Bureau of Technology Vendor: Securus Technologies, Inc., Dallas, Texas Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Telephone services for Cook County jails and detention centers Current Contract Period: 9/15/2008 - 9/15/2016 Proposed Contract Extension Period: 9/16/2016 - 3/15/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: N/A Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 11/20/2007 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 3/1/2011 (amendment to scope); 12/18/2012, 9/15/2013 - 12/15/2014; 4/9/2014, 12/16/2014 - 12/15/15; 9/9/2015, 12/16/2015 - 9/15/2016 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/A Contract Number(s): 08-45-256 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority-and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The BurapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5066 1 Globetrotters Engineering Corporation, Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Bureau of Technology Vendor: Globetrotters Engineering Corporation, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Engineering and design services for the Phase IV of Broadband Program, fiber optic work Current Contract Period: 1/15/2014 - 12/31/2016 Proposed Contract Extension Period: 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $511,446.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 1/15/2014, $408,646.00, 1/15/2014 - 12/31/2015 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 6/5/2015, $102,800.00, 1/1/2016 - 12/31/2016 This Increase Requested: N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/A Contract Number(s): 1388-13279 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The BureauapprovePass Action details Not available
16-5094 1 Quarterly Progress Report on the Creation of the Automated Criminal Justice SystemReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Technology Request: Refer to the Committee on Technology Report Title: Quarterly Progress Report on the Creation of the Automated Criminal Justice System Report Period: 2nd and 3rd quarters of 2016 Summary: Pursuant to Resolution 13-2002, the CIO shall update the Board of Commissioners via the Technology Committee on progress being made towards achieving the goal of an integrated, automated Cook County Criminal Justice System.referPass Action details Not available
16-5098 1 South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association, Hazel Crest, IllinoisIntergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Bureau of Technology Other Part(ies): South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association, Hazel Crest, Illinois Request: Approval of an intergovernmental agreement Goods or Services: Broadband maintenance, monitoring, and other related services Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: 10/1/2016 - 4/9/2034 Fiscal Impact: $1,399,845.00 Accounts: 490-441 Summary: The Bureau of Technology respectfully requests Board approval of an intergovernmental agreement (“IGA”) with the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association (“SSMMA”) for broadband maintenance, monitoring, and other related services. As an owner and operator of public broadband infrastructure, the County requires expertise normally developed for internal operations purposes by broadband providers. SSMMA possesses a sophisticated public broadband program and currently provides the County with an indefeasible right of use (“IRU”) to broadband assets integral to the County Wide Area Network (“WAN”). SSMMA is therefore in a uniapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4389 1 FYI Janitorial Services, Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Adult Probation Department, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: FYI and Associates Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Janitorial Services Original Contract Period: 6/1/2012 - 5/31/2014, with two (2) one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 9/1/2016 - 2/28/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $174,326.39 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 5/8/2012, $89,879.04 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 6/10/2015, $40,618.60, 6/1/2015-5/31/2016; 6/8/2016, $4,782.00, 6/1/2016-8/31/2016 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 7/10/2014, $39,046.75, 6/1/2014-5/31/2015 This Increase Requested: $21,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $10,500.00, FY 2017 $10,500.00, paid with probation fees collected from offenders. Accounts: 532-235 Contract Number(s): 12-53-037 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and approvePass Action details Video Video
16-2798 1 Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, Inc., Olympia Fields, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Juvenile Probation and Court Services Department, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: Aunt Martha’s Youth Service Center, Inc., Olympia Fields, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase the contract Good(s) or Service(s): Evening Reporting Center Programs and Pre-Trial Services Original Contract Period: 10/1/2013 - 9/30/2016 Proposed Contract Period Extension: 10/1/2016 - 9/30/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $5,192,160.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 7/31/2013, $5,192,160.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $1,768,740.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $230,600.00, FY 2017 $1,538,140.00 Accounts: 326-298 Contract Number(s): 13-23-001 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority-and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via full M/WBE Waiver. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. approvePass Action details Not available
16-2573 1 Progressive Industries, Inc., Chicago, Illinois 1st RenewalContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Cook County Department of Corrections Vendor: Progressive Industries, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Detainee Tennis Shoes Original Contract Period: 11/26/2014 - 11/25/2016, with two (2), one (1) year renewals Proposed Contract Period Extension: 11/26/2016 - 11/25/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $644,490.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 11/19/2014, $644,490.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $322,245.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016: $20,000.00; FY 2017: $302,245.00 Accounts: 239-320 Contract Number(s): 1411-13972 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation and partial MWBE waiver. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Cook CountapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4261 1 A Safe Haven LLC, Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Corrections Vendor: A Safe Haven LLC, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase Good(s) or Service(s): Alternative Temporary Housing Original Contract Period: 6/1/2014 - 5/31/2017 with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $4,774,200.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 5/21/2014, $4,774,200.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $1,600,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016- $600,000.00, FY 2017- $1,000,000.00 Accounts: 499-298 Contract Number(s): 1488-13689 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Corrections is requesting authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase the contract for an AlternatapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4836 1 IGA Sheriff of Cook County and Sheriff of Kendall County IGA Cook County and Sheriff of Kendall CountyIntergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Cook County Sheriff’s Office Other Part(ies): Sheriff of Kendall County, Yorkville, Illinois Request: Authorization to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Sheriff of Kendall County to provide boarding and lodging to detainees from the Cook County Department of Corrections at a rate of $60.00 per day, per detainee, plus medical expenses. The Intergovernmental Agreement will be utilized to address security and safety concerns to help manage problematic detainees that assault other inmates, have protective concerns, and most importantly have assaulted our staff by physical harm or projecting fluids. The average number of detainees to be housed is approximately 20. Goods or Services: The Sheriff of Kendall County to provide boarding and lodging to detainees from the Cook County Department of Corrections at a rate of $60.00 per day, per detainee, plus medical expenses. Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: This Agreement shall become effective upon the date of acceptance and signature bapprovePass Action details Video Video
16-4860 1 Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP, Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Cook County Sheriff's Office Vendor: Hinshaw & Culbertson, LLP, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Litigation Consulting Services. Original Contract Period: 9/1/2014 - 8/31/2015, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 9/1/2016 - 8/31/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $145,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 10/29/2014, $145,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 12/14/2015, 9/1/2015 - 8/31/2016 This Increase Requested: $75,000.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2016 $20,000.00, FY 2017 $55,000.00 Accounts: 214-263 Contract Number(s): 1411-13673 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This increase and final renewal option will allow the Cook County ShapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4890 1 Clarity Partners, LLC, Chicago, IllinoisContract (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Cook County Sheriff’s Office Vendor: Clarity Partners, LLC, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract Good(s) or Service(s): CLEARNET Multi-Agency Criminal Records Management System Contract Value: $1,070,202.00 Contract period: 10/1/2016-9/30/2019 with two (2) one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2016 $300,000.00, FY 2017 $500,000.00, FY 2018 $270,202.00 Accounts: 1521709302-579 Contract Number(s): 1611-15572 Concurrence(s): The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. The Bureau of Technology concurs Summary: The Cook County Sheriff’s Office respectfully requests the approval to enter into a contract with Clarity Partners, LLC of Chicago, Illinois. Clarity Partners, LLC is contracted with the Chicago Police Department to develop and maintain a new records management system. The Cook County Sheriff’s Office has committed to partnreferPass Action details Video Video
16-5179 1 Travis Richardson, Member, Cook County Sheriff’s Merit BoardAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Travis Richardson Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Sheriff’s Merit Board Effective date: 9/14/2016 Expiration date: Third Monday in March, 2020, or until a successor is appointed. Summary: The appointment of Mr. Travis Richardson is to serve as a member of the Cook County Sheriff’s Merit Board effective immediately. Mr. Richardson will replace Mr. Brian Riordan. Mr. Richardson’s term will expire on the Third Monday in March, 2020, Pursuant to 55 ILCS 5/3-7002.referPass Action details Not available
16-4473 1 JJ Collins Sons, Woodridge IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Treasurer Vendor: JJ Collins Sons, Inc., Woodridge, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Tax Bill Printing and Processing Services Original Contract Period: 9/11/2013 - 9/10/2015, with two (2), one (1)-year renewal options Proposed Contract Period Extension: 9/11/2016 - 9/10/2017 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $1,326,084.26 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): 9/11/2013, $875,642.60 Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): 11/18/2015; $450,441.26; 9/11/2015 - 9/10/2016 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A This Increase Requested: $450,441.66 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2017 $450,441.66 Accounts: 534-240 Contract Number(s): 1345-12444 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority-and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation and partial M/WBE waiver. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This approvePass Action details Video Video
16-4477 1 3418 N KNOX LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION 3418 N KNOX 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: 3418 N Knox LLC Address: 6460 West Cortland Street, Chicago, Illinois 60707 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Chicago Cook County District: 1 Permanent Index Number: 13-31-205-042-0000; 13-31-425-004-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Chicago Resolution passed June 22, 2016 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 10 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 location: 0 full-time, 0 part-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: 21 full-time, 0 part-time Estimated Number of construction jobs: 8 Proposed use of property: Industrial-Manufacturing and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: YeapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4490 1 MCCOOK 2012 LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) No Purchase for Value TEERMPROPOSED RESOLUTION MCCOOK 2012 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: McCook 2012 LLC Address: 8646 Joliet Road, McCook, Illinois 60525 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: McCook Cook County District: 16 Permanent Index Number: 18-11-300-013-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: 16-12 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 39 Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 0 full-time, 0 part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: 97 full-time, 2 part-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: 97 full-time, 2 part-time Estimated Number of construction jobs: 12 Proposed use of property: Industrial- manufacturing, distribution and logistics Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has approvePass Action details Not available
16-4535 1 10 NORTH BEACH AVENUE, LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION 10 NORTH BEACH AVENUE, 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: 10 North Beach, LLC Address: 10 North Beach, LaGrange, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of LaGrange Cook County District: 17 Permanent Index Number: 18-04-204-012-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of LaGrange Resolution Number R-16-04 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Number of months vacant five (5) months Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 35 full-time, 7part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: 75 full-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: Same as above Estimated Number of construction jobs: 30 construction jobs Proposed use of property: Industrial Electrical Contracting and engineering services Living Wage OrdinanceapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4550 1 U-STORE-IT 7B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION U-STORE-IT 7B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 7b application containing the following information: Applicant: U-Store-It Address: 4501 West North Avenue, Melrose Park, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Melrose Park Cook County District: 16 Permanent Index Number: 12-32-403-025-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Melrose Park Resolution Number #12-16 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Three (3) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: Five (1) full-time, One (1) part-time Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: None Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: Not available Estimated Number of construction jobs: 21-35 construction jobs Proposed use of property: Commercial use self-storage facility Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: YesapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4552 1 MICHIGAN CERMAK INDIANA LLC 7B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION MICHIGAN CERMAK INDIANA LLC 7B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 7b application containing the following information: Applicant: Michigan Cermak Indiana LLC Address: 2215 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 60616 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Chicago Cook County District: 2 Permanent Index Number: 17-27-102-002-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Chicago, Ordinance 2016-3936 passed June 22, 2016 Number of months property vacant/abandoned: Over 24 months at time of application to CCBED Special circumstances justification requested: Yes, per the Assessor’s office Estimated Number of jobs created by this project: 350 FTE Estimated Number of jobs retained at this location: 0 full-time, 0 part-time Estimated Number of employees in Cook County: 0 full-time, 0 part-time Estimated Number of construction jobs: 790 Proposed use of property: Commercial-hotel, restaurant/retailapprovePass Action details Not available
16-4643 1 Tax Incentive Ordinance AmendmentOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED SUBSTITUTE TO FILE ID #16-4643 PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT TAX INCENTIVE ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 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, Sec. 74-62 of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as follows: Sec. 74-62. - System established; terms defined. (a) Established. The County hereby establishes the system of classifying real estate for the purposes of assessment for taxation set forth in this division. (b) 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: Abandoned property means, except as otherwise specified in Section 74-63, buildings and other structures that, after having been vacant and unused for at least 24 continuous months, have been purchased for value by a purchaser in whom the seller has no direct financial interest. Purchase of value shall include all transacdeferPass Action details Not available
16-4254 1 In the Interest of Delilah P.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Thomas J. Esler Presenter: Same Fees: $510.00 Case Name: In the Interest of Delilah P. Trial Court No(s): 11JA0244 Appellate Court No(s): 16-0163approvePass Action details Not available
16-4704 1 Michael J. (minor)Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Eleesha Madeline O’Neill Presenter: Same Fees: $2,640.00 Case Name: In re Michael J. (minor) Trial Court No(s): 15JA110 Appellate Court No(s): 1-15-3362approvePass Action details Not available
16-4767 1 Joshua L., Mario L., Alexa L.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Elizabeth Butler Presenter: Same Fees: $7,429.58 Case Name: In Re: Joshua L., Mario L., Alexa L. Trial Court No(s): 13JA816, 13JA817, 13JA818 Appellate Court No(s): 15-2479approvePass Action details Not available
16-4869 1 Alannah H.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Thomas O’Connell Presenter: Same Fees: $4,770.49 Case Name: In re Alannah H. Trial Court No(s): 13JA1206 Appellate Court No(s): 1-15-0752approvePass Action details Not available
16-4870 1 Sunteria P.Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Thomas O’Connell Presenter: Same Fees: $695.71 Case Name: In Re Sunteria P. Trial Court No(s): 10JA761 Appellate Court No(s): 1-15-2227approvePass Action details Not available
16-4212 1 William MooreCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Matthew Fletcher Presenter: Same Fees: $7,595.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): William Moore Case No(s): 08CR4658approvePass Action details Not available
16-4616 1 Earl BarnesCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Mark H. Kusatzky Presenter: Same Fees: $1,236.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Earl Barnes Case No(s): 11CR80003approvePass Action details Not available
16-4731 1 Miguel GomezCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Michael M. Chvatal Presenter: Same Fees: $2,620.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Miguel Gomez Case No(s): 15CR1801901, 15CR1802001, 15CR1802101, 15CR1802801, 15CR1802901, 15CR1803001approvePass Action details Not available
16-4733 1 Jean DeleonCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Michael M. Chvatal Presenter: Same Fees: $3,422.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jean Deleon Case No(s): 15CR1802701approvePass Action details Not available
16-4766 1 Ardell MosleyCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Thomas Brandstrader Presenter: Same Fees: $3,606.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ardell Mosley Case No(s): 02C4440768approvePass Action details Not available
16-4772 1 Mattel McCurryCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Timothy M. Grace Presenter: Same Fees: $9,932.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation, Name(s) of respondent(s): Mattel McCurry Case No(s): 07CR14993approvePass Action details Not available
16-4780 1 J. RodriguezCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: The Crackleberry Group Presenter: Same Fees: $2,500.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representstion of indigent respondent(s): Expert Witness Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Rodriguez Case no(s): 13CR8762approvePass Action details Not available
16-4894 1 Lydell ManuelCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Jeffrey Kent Presenter: Same Fees: $1,030.00 Service rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Lydell Manuel Case No(s): 10CR80001approvePass Action details Not available
16-4969 1 Drew TerrellCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Chicago-Kent College of Law Presenter: Daniel T. Coyne Fees: $6,643.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Drew Terrell Case No(s): 85CR10757approvePass Action details Not available
16-4974 1 Albert DomagalaCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Chicago-Kent College of Law Presenter: Daniel T. Coyne Fees: $6,657.63 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Albert Domagala Case No(s): 03CR26048approvePass Action details Not available
16-4975 1 Wendell Hudson a/k/a William HillCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Law Offices of Chicago-Kent College of Law Presenter: Daniel T. Coyne Fees: $1,642.82 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Wendell Hudson a/k/a William Hill Case No(s): 92CR28541approvePass Action details Not available
16-4985 1 Travis CaguanaCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Joseph P. Kennelly Presenter: Same Fees: $2,549.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent (s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Travis Caguana Case No(s): 11CR11239-01, 11CR10280-02approvePass Action details Not available
16-4997 1 Cornelius WinfreyCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Mark H. Kusatzky Presenter: Same Fees: $935.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of Respondent(s): Cornelius Winfrey Case No(s): 11CR80011approvePass Action details Not available
16-4998 1 Carl GustafsonCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Mark H. Kusatzky Presenter: Same Fees: $460.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of Respondent(s): Carl Gustafson Case No(s): 05CR80004approvePass Action details Not available
16-5014 1 Elena RiosCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Scott J. Frankel Presenter: Same Fees: $16,726.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Elena Rios Case No(s): 13CR1631-05approvePass Action details Not available
16-4737 1 W. Green, Jr.Domestic Relations DivisionAttorney/Payee: Rotman & Rotman, Ltd. Presenter: Michael H. Rotman Fees: $440.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent: legal representation Name of respondent: W. Green, Jr. Case No: 2010D11276approvePass Action details Not available
16-4076 1 C. Keenan (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Gilbert C. Schumm Presenter: Same Fees: $725.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Adrena Jarrett (mother) In Re: C. Keenan (minor) Case No(s): 08JA1078approvePass Action details Not available
16-4394 1 N. Dirkins, K. Ross, J. Banks, T. Holcomb, T. Holcomb (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Victoria Almeida Presenter: Same Fees: $762.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of Respondent(s): Denisha Banks (mother) In Re: N. Dirkins, K. Ross, J. Banks, T. Holcomb, T. Holcomb (minors) Case No(s): 14JA0329, 14JA0330, 14JA0331, 14JA0332, 14JA0333approvePass Action details Not available
16-4401 1 A. Schiavone (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Robert A. Horwitz Presenter: Same Fees: $537.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Scott Schiavone (father) In Re: A. Schiavone (minor) Case No(s): 14JA326approvePass Action details Not available
16-4469 1 E. Mcnair (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ezra Hemphill Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $675.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Emily Mcnair (mother) In Re: E. Mcnair (minor) Case No(s): 12JA00523approvePass Action details Not available
16-4474 1 D. Clinton, M. Clinton, K. Clinton, M. Clinton (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen Sidney Weisz Presenter: Same Fees: $356.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): D. Clinton, M. Clinton, K. Clinton, M. Clinton (minors) GAL In Re: D. Clinton, M. Clinton, K. Clinton, M. Clinton (minors) Case No(s): 08JA660, 08JA661, 08JA662, 08JA663approvePass Action details Not available
16-4478 1 K. Thomas (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $462.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Andy Thomas (father) In Re: K. Thomas (minor) Case No(s): 15JA698approvePass Action details Not available
16-4479 1 C. Williams (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $400.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Anteriose Williams (father) In Re: C. Williams (minor) Case No(s): 12JA1205approvePass Action details Not available
16-4480 1 T. Poindexter (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Thomas J. Esler Presenter: Same Fees: $420.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): William Poindexter (father) In Re: T. Poindexter (minor) Case No(s): 15JA0803approvePass Action details Not available
16-4481 1 N. Miller (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Thomas J. Esler Presenter: Same Fees: $410.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Lenale Miller (father) In Re: N. Miller (minor) Case No(s): 12JA0839approvePass Action details Not available
16-4492 1 T. Dixon, L. Dixon (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul S. Kayman Presenter: Same Fees: $475.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Lorenzo Dixon (father) In Re: T. Dixon, L. Dixon (minors) Case No(s): 15JA01244, 15JA01245approvePass Action details Not available
16-4494 1 D. Terrell (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $935.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Thaddis Terrell (father) In Re: D. Terrell (minor) Case No(s): 14JA1452approvePass Action details Not available
16-4495 1 J. B.-Albert (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $1,993.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. B.-Albert (father) In Re: J. B.-Albert (minor) Case No(s): 14JA365approvePass Action details Not available
16-4496 1 A. Vaden, A. Vaden, A. Vaden, D. Jackson, D. Jackson (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ildiko Bodoni Presenter: Same Fees: $1,622.72 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Amir Vaden (father) In Re: A. Vaden, A. Vaden, A. Vaden, D. Jackson, D. Jackson (minors) Case No(s): 16JA073, 16JA074, 16JA075, 16JA076, 16JA077approvePass Action details Not available
16-4502 1 S. Sivels (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Eleesha Madeline O’Neill Presenter: Same Fees: $287.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Stevie Liddell (father) In Re S. Sivels (minor) Case No(s): 14JA0567approvePass Action details Not available
16-4503 1 S. Reese (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Eleesha Madeline O’Neill Presenter: Same Fees: $325.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Joseph Reese (father) In Re S. Reese (minor) Case No(s): 16JA0437approvePass Action details Not available
16-4507 1 M. Logsdon (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $581.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): M. Logsdon (minor) GAL In Re: M. Logsdon (minor) Case No(s): 10JA965approvePass Action details Not available
16-4508 1 J. Robinson (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $1,012.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Billy Robinson (father) In Re: J. Robinson (minor) Case No(s): 14JA193approvePass Action details Not available
16-4509 1 T. Hegwood, T. Hegwood, T. Hegwood (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $631.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Roy Hegwood (father) In Re: T. Hegwood, T. Hegwood, T. Hegwood (minors) Case No(s): 14JA521, 14JA522, 14JA523approvePass Action details Not available
16-4520 1 M. Wallace, D. Wallace (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Gilbert C. Schumm Presenter: Same Fees: $871.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Dominique Wallace (mother) In Re: M. Wallace, D. Wallace (minors) Case No(s): 14JA44, 16JA47approvePass Action details Not available
16-4523 1 L. Cooper (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $612.50 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): 14JA00594approvePass Action details Not available
16-4524 1 H. Sims, C. Sims, M. Sims (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $1,475.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): H. Sims, C. Sims, M. Sims (minors) GAL In Re: H. Sims, C. Sims, M. Sims (minors) Case No(s): 13JA00523, 13JA00524, 13JA00525approvePass Action details Not available
16-4538 1 P. M. Brooks (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean C. Morask Presenter: Same Fees: $1,200.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): P. M. Brooks (minor) In Re: P. M. Brooks (minor) Case No(s): 16JA247approvePass Action details Not available
16-4539 1 J. Smith (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean C. Morask Presenter: Same Fees: $425.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Harold Smith (father) In Re: J. Smith (minor) Case No(s): 04JA759approvePass Action details Not available
16-4546 1 D. Murray (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Donna L. Ryder Presenter: Same Fees: $807.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Kellee Foster (mother) In Re: D. Murray (minor) Case No(s): 15JA637approvePass Action details Not available
16-4553 1 M. Haynes (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $1,375.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Martell Moore (father) In Re: M. Haynes (minor) Case No(s): 15JA675approvePass Action details Not available
16-4554 1 A. Woodson, F. Porter, O. Porter (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $1,093.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Celeste Woodson (mother) In Re: A. Woodson, F. Porter, O. Porter (minors) Case No(s): 11JA00769, 12JA00948, 13JA00940approvePass Action details Not available
16-4555 1 A. Martinez (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $1,250.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Adrian Martinez (minor) In Re: A. Martinez (minor) Case No(s): 14JA01074approvePass Action details Not available
16-4556 1 L. Hill, A. Hill, E. Hill (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $412.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Lewis James Hill III (father) In Re: L. Hill, A. Hill, E. Hill (minors) Case No(s): 12JA00222, 13JA00330, 14JA00601approvePass Action details Not available
16-4558 1 S. Celestine, J. Celestine, J. Celestine (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $487.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Dominique Woods (mother) In Re: S. Celestine, J. Celestine, J. Celestine (minors) Case No(s): 13JA602, 13JA603, 13JA626approvePass Action details Not available
16-4559 1 S. Weekly (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $650.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Brian Scott (father) In Re: S. Weekly (minor) Case No(s): 14JA253approvePass Action details Not available
16-4560 1 C. Maxey, A. Dominguez (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $725.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Renee Dominguez (mother) In Re: C. Maxey, A. Dominguez (minors) Case No(s): 15JA681, 14JA628approvePass Action details Not available
16-4562 1 A. Williams, A. Scott, L. Williams (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $612.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Andriana Williams (mother) In Re: A. Williams, A. Scott, L. Williams (minors) Case No(s): 14JA1363, 14JA1364, 14JA1365approvePass Action details