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Meeting Name: Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/15/2021 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Virtual Meeting
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Attachments: Click to watch live, To comment on an item at this meeting, click here, 04-15-2021 Consent Calendar Agenda.pdf, New Items Agenda 4-15-2021.pdf, 04-15-2021 Consent Calendar Agenda - Second Set.pdf, New Items Agenda 4-15-2021 - Second Set.pdf, Proposed Substitute to 21 2677.pdf, 04-15-2021 Consent Calendar Agenda - Third Set.pdf, 04-15-2021 Consent Calendar Agenda - Fourth Set.pdf, New Items Agenda 4-15-2021 - Third Set.pdf, Emails Supporting 21-0565 and 21-0597 4-12-2021 thorugh 5pm 4-14-2021.pdf, Proposed Substitute to File 21-2302.pdf, Errata 4-15-2021 Board Agenda.pdf, 04-15-2021 Consent Calendar Agenda - Fifth Set.pdf, Emails Supporting 21-0565 and 21-0597 4-12-2021 after 5pm 4-14-2021.pdf, New Items Agenda 4-15-2021 - Fourth Set.pdf, Emails Supporting 21-0565 and 21-0597 4-12-2021 Recieved after Start of April Board Meeting.pdf
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21-2133 1 Reappointment of Hedy Ratner to Cook County Human Rights CommissionReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Hedy Ratner Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Commission on Human Rights Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 2/21/2024 Summary:approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2516 1 EXTENDING COOK COUNTY’S PROCLAMATION OF DISASTER FOR COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS THROUGH MAY 31, 2021ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION EXTENDING COOK COUNTY’S PROCLAMATION OF DISASTER FOR COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS THROUGH MAY 31, 2021 WHEREAS, COVID-19 is a novel severe acute respiratory illness that can spread among people through respiratory transmissions and present with symptoms similar to those of influenza; and WHEREAS, the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services declared that COVID-19 presents a public health emergency on January 27, 2020, and the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on January 30, 2020; and WHEREAS, certain populations are at higher risk of experiencing more severe illness as a result of COVID-19, including older adults and people who have serious chronic medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, or lung disease; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Department of Public Health and the Cook County Department of Emergency Management and Regional Security continue to work closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as the State and local public health agencies aapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2625 1 Reappointment of Gia Orr to Cook County Commission Human RightsReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Gia Orr Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Commission on Human Rights Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 3/2/2022 Summary:approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2635 1 Reappointment of Ceylan Eatherton to Cook County Commission on Human RightsReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Ceylan Eatherton Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Commission on Human Rights Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 1/13/2022 Summary:approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2636 1 Appointment of Briana Payton to JTDC Advisory BoardAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Briana Payton Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Board Effective date: 4/25/2021 Expiration date: 4/25/2024, filling the vacancy of Christopher HuffreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2637 1 Reappointment of Angie Cowan Hamada to Cook County Commission of Human RightsReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Angie Cowan Hamada Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Commission on Human Rights Effective date: 4/26/2021 Expiration date: 4/26/2024 Summary:approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2639 1 Appointment of Victoria Lakes-BattleAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): O. Victoria Lakes-Battle Position: Director Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Land Bank Authority Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: Three years from date of approval, or until a successor is appointed and qualified.referPass Action details Video Video
21-2641 1 Juandalynn S. Johnson Member, Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory BoardAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Juandalynn Johnson Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Board Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 6/30/2022, filling the vacancy of Esther Franco PaynereferPass Action details Video Video
21-2656 1 Reappointment of Marjorie Beck Moss Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory BoardReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Marjorie Beck Moss Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Board Effective date: 4/25/2021 Expiration date: 4/25/2024 Summary:approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2659 1 Reappointment of Garien Gatewood to Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory CouncilReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Garien Gatewood Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Council Effective date: 4/25/2021 Expiration date: 4/25/2024 Summary:..endapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2667 1 Reappointment of Dr. Dakeda Horton to JTDC Advisory CouncilReappointmentPROPOSED REAPPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Dr. Dakeda Horton Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Council Effective date: 4/25/2021 Expiration date: 4/25/2024 Summary:approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2668 1 Appointment of Richard Tolliver to the Cook County Commission on Human RightsAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Rev. Richard Tolliver Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Cook County Commission on Human Rights Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: Three years from date of approval or until a successor is appointed. Rev. Tolliver will fill the seat previously held by Enoch Clark-Bey.referPass Action details Video Video
21-2669 1 Appointment of Patricia Mucerino to Central Stickney Sanitary DistrictAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Patricia Ann Mucerino Position: Trustee Department/Board/Commission: Central Stickney Sanitary District Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 5/1/2022, filling the vacancy of Robert Van BolhuisreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2309 1 Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Board End of Year 2020 ReportReportREPORT Department: Cook County Justice Advisory Council Report Title: Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Board End of Year 2020 Report Report Period: 12/1/2019-11/30/2020 Summary: Pursuant to Cook County Ordinance Art VI. Div. 3. Sec. 2-511-520 the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Board (hereinafter “Advisory Board”) shall submit to the Executive Director of the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (hereinafter “JTDC”), the Chief Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County, the Board of Commissioners for Cook County, and the President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners an annual report containing public recommendations for actions which may be necessary in carrying out the mission, purpose and intent of the JTDC. The Advisory Board is charged with providing public recommendations on maximizing the use of current resources and on meeting the physical, social, and psychological needs of the population, as well as establishing public performance measures to track and measure the achievement of the JTDC’s mission. receive and filePass Action details Video Video
21-2634 1 RESPONSIBLE OPERATIONS FOR COMPENSATION IN CONTRACTING (ROCC)ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESPONSIBLE OPERATIONS FOR COMPENSATION IN CONTRACTING (ROCC) WHEREAS, Cook County strives to create an environment attractive for small local businesses to perform as both prime and subcontractors on Cook County contracts; and WHEREAS, creating a more streamlined operation for processing payments to Cook County vendors will serve to make Cook County a more attractive business partner to small local businesses which will foster economic growth; and WHEREAS, streamlining operation for processing payments for Cook County vendors will also benefit Women-,Minority-, Veteran, Service-disabled Veteran-, and Persons with a Disability-Owned Business Enterprises, including facilitating those certified businesses to perform as prime vendors; and WHEREAS, this Responsible Operations for Compensation in Contracting (ROCC) Resolution shall serve as a commitment of this administration to improve Cook County payment processes to avoid creating an undue burden on all Cook County vendors, but particularly those small local businesses owned by underutilized and direferPass Action details Video Video
21-2658 1 RESOLUTION TO STOP THE VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDERSResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION TO STOP THE VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN AMERICANS AND PACIFIC ISLANDERS WHEREAS, Since January 2020, there have been a significant number of reports of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Communities being threatened and harassed in the United States; and WHEREAS, The Organization Stop AAPI Hate reported 3,795 incidents from March 19, 2020 to February 28, 2021. The number of hate incidents reported to the center represent only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occur, but it does show how vulnerable Asian Americans are to discrimination, and the types of discrimination they face; and WHEREAS, there are various types of discrimination such as but not limited to, Verbal harassment (68.1%) and shunning (20.5%) (i.e., the deliberate avoidance of Asian Americans) make up the two largest proportions of the total incidents reported. Physical assault (11.1%) comprises the third largest category of the total incidents. Civil rights violations - e.g., workplace discrimination, refusal of service, and being barred from transpoapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2664 1 DECLARING GUN VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISISResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION DECLARING GUN VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS WHEREAS, Public Health Awareness raises awareness of the relationship between the health of individuals and the health of their communities; and WHEREAS, there has been an increase in gun related violence in Cook County compared to the decrease in numbers over the past five years; and WHEREAS, The City of Chicago has seen a sharp increase in gun violence in 2020 compared to previous years. In 2020 3,893 shootings were reported, compared to just 2,536 in 2019; and WHEREAS, As of April 1, 2021, 703 people have been injured by a gun shot in Chicago, IL surpassing the total 2020 number by 183 cases; and WHEREAS, The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed 875 gun-related homicides in 2020, breaking the previous record of 838 set in 1994 and; WHEREAS, The Medical Examiner’s office handled 970 homicides in 2020. Which was a more than 40 percent increase over 2019’s total of 675; and WHEREAS, African Americans were the victims of 78 percent of homicides and Latinos accounted for more threferPass Action details Video Video
21-2427 1 REQUESTING PROGRESS UPDATES ON ASSUMPTION OF DUTIES FROM RECORDER OF DEEDS BY THE COUNTY CLERKResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING PROGRESS UPDATES ON ASSUMPTION OF DUTIES FROM RECORDER OF DEEDS BY THE COUNTY CLERK WHEREAS, on November 8, 2016, the Cook County electorate voted by referendum to transfer the duties and responsibilities of the Office of the Cook County Recorder of Deeds to the Office of the Cook County Clerk by December 7, 2020; and WHEREAS, the final assumption of duties from the Recorder of Deeds by the Cook County Clerk has occurred and the final implementation plan report, Item # 20-4191, was presented and filed with the Cook County Board of Commissioners on October 22, 2020 and the final assumption of duties was completed by November 30, 2020; and WHEREAS, it is in the interest of the Board and of the citizens of Cook County to ensure that the assumption of duties is moving smoothly and that the former functions of the Recorder of Deeds are being efficiently and effectively handled by the Clerk’s office. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the President and the Cook County Board of Commissioners do hereby request that the Cook County Clerk present areferPass Action details Video Video
21-2535 1 REVIEWING THE COOK COUNTY TREE REPLACEMENT POLICY AND EXISTING SUBURBAN TREE CONSORTIUM PROGRAMS TO ACHIEVE ECONOMIES OF SCALEResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION REVIEWING THE COOK COUNTY TREE REPLACEMENT POLICY AND EXISTING SUBURBAN TREE CONSORTIUM PROGRAMS TO ACHIEVE ECONOMIES OF SCALE WHEREAS, Chapter 126 of the Cook County Land Development Ordinance provides specific guidelines for tree preservation, landscaping, and screening; and WHEREAS, the provisions of Chapter 126 are intended to foster aesthetically pleasing development that will protect and preserve the appearance, character, health, safety, and welfare of Cook County; and WHEREAS, on those occasions in which replacement tree planting falls to a Cook County entity, such as the Department of Transportation or to the Township Highway Commissioner, there is no umbrella tree replacement policy; and WHEREAS, several suburban municipal conferences, including the West Central Municipal Conference, administer tree purchasing and planting programs; and WHEREAS, the Suburban Tree Consortium to which the West Central Municipal Conference belongs and administers, joins with other municipalities to combine purchasing power to negotiate advantageous contreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2582 1 REQUESTING THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PROVIDE A STATUS UPDATE REGARDING I-390 and I-490 TO THE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEEResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PROVIDE A STATUS UPDATE REGARDING I-390 and I-490 TO THE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE WHEREAS, designated a "Project of National and Regional Significance" by federal transportation legislation, the multi-billion-dollar Elgin O’Hare Western Access Project (now called Illinois Route 390) was conceived to improve travel efficiency, provide western access to O’Hare International Airport, create opportunities for jobs and economic development, enhance multi-modal connections, reduce congestion, and improve safety; and WHEREAS, the State of Illinois, Cook County, DuPage County, the City of Chicago Department of Aviation, and multiple suburban communities have been involved in the planning and completion of Route 390; and WHEREAS, while a vast portion of Route 390 has been completed, landscaping and other “clean-up” activities remain; and WHEREAS, while Route 390 currently ends at Route 83, work is continuing to extend the toll road toward I-490, a new route on the west side of the airport; and WHreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2555 1 Grant Management ProcessReportREPORT Department: Office of the County Auditor Report Title: Grant Management Process Report Period: March 2021 Summary: The purpose of this audit was to ensure grants follow a consistent financial management process and adhere to programmatic requirements.referPass Action details Video Video
21-0269 1 DACRA Tech, LLC, Rosemont, IllinoisContract (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Department of Administrative Hearings Vendor: DACRA Tech, LLC, Rosemont, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract Good(s) or Service(s): Citation Management and Adjudication System Contract Value: $1,937,563.00 Contract period: 6/1/2021 - 6/11/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $721,563.00, FY 2022 $291,250.00, FY 2023 $291,250.00 Accounts: 11569.1009.21120.560227.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): 2003-18547 Concurrence(s): The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. The Chief Information Officer has reviewed this item and concurs with this recommendation. Summary: The Department of Administrative Hearings currently utilizes a system that is end-of-life. DACRA’s Administrative Hearing System is a Commercial off-the-shelf solution that will provide a robust, secure, and modern tool to manage their workload. The DACRreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2297 1 Guidehouse Inc., Chicago, Illinois Contract AmendmentContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Office of the Chief Financial Officer Vendor: Guidehouse Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Consulting Services Original Contract Period: 12/31/2020-6/30/2021 Proposed Amendment Type: Extension and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Extension period 7/1/2021 - 12/31/2021 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $2,051,850.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 12/17/2020, $2,051,850.00 Increase Requested: $4,954,382.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2021 $4,954,382 Accounts: 11284.1021.20192.520840.00000.00000 - $3,929,030.01 & 11284.1013.20196.520830.00000.00000 - $1,025,351.99 Contract Number(s): 2approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2298 1 Professional Auditing Services of America, Co., Southfield, MichiganContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Office of the Chief Financial Officer Vendor: Professional Auditing Services of America, Co., Southfield, Michigan Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Consulting services for account recovery Original Contract Period: 5/1/2018-4/30/2021 with one (1) year renewal option Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 5/1/2021 - 4/30/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: Contingency fee sliding scale based on dollar amount of monies recovered by vendor for the County Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 4/25/2018 Increase Requested: N/A Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2021 - $0 as this is a revenue generating contract AccoapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2399 1 Bills and Claims Report 2/26/2021 - 3/25/2021ReportREPORT Department: Comptroller Report Title: Bills and Claims Report Report Period: 2/26/2021 - 3/25/2021 Summary: This report is to be received and filed and comply with the Amendment Procurement Code Chapter 34-125, (l) The Comptroller shall provide to the Board of Commissioners a report of all payments made pursuant to contracts for supplies, materials and equipment and for professional managerial services for Cook County, including the separately elected Officials, which involve an expenditure of $150,000.00 or more, within two (2) weeks of being made. Such reports shall include; 1. The name of the Vendor: 2. A brief description of the product or source provided: 3. The name of the Using Department and budgetary account from which the funds are being drawn; and 4. The contract number under which the payment is being made.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
21-2378 1 COVID-19 Mass Vaccination GrantGrant AwardPROPOSED GRANT AWARD Department: Cook County Department of Public Health Grantee: Cook County Department of Public Health Grantor: Illinois Department of Public Health Request: Authorization to accept grant Purpose: COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Grant Amount: $5,500,000.00 Grant Period: 12/1/2020 - 11/30/2021 Fiscal Impact: $5,500,000 Accounts: N/A Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: The purpose of this grant is to Fund the Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) in conducting mass vaccination efforts for the COVID-19 pandemic response including administering COVID-19 immunizations and related expenses in its jurisdictions. This program will help prevent further spread and transmission of COVID-19 through mass vaccination efforts with local communities. The Funds for this program will help defray costs associated with the administration of the vaccine as well as relieve some financial burden from local health departments already stapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-1369 1 FY2020 Annual Performance ReportReportREPORT Department: Office of Research, Operation, and Innovation (“ROI”) Report Title: FY2020 Annual Performance Report Report Period: FY2020 Summary: The attached Annual Performance Report for FY2020 was developed through a collaborative effort between the Office of the President, separately elected officials, Health and Hospitals System and other sister agencies. The purpose of the report is to highlight the operational achievements of all Cook County offices and sister agencies throughout fiscal year 2020 and preview upcoming initiatives for fiscal year 2021. Key data points illustrate the work of each office, acting as a crucial part of the Cook County performance management framework. Like the FY2019 report, the FY2020 report contains both narratives and charts created by each office to best tell their story in a tangible way. In addition, this year each separately elected office and sister agency will have a public webpage with narratives, charts, and a linked dataset of performance metrics. Performance metrics for the Office Under the President continue toreceive and filePass Action details Video Video
21-1902 1 BCR Automotive Group, LLC d/b/a Roesch Ford, Bensenville, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Bureau of Administration, Animal & Rabies Control, State’s Attorney’s Office, Clerk of the Circuit Court Vendor: BCR Automotive Group, LLC d/b/a Roesch Ford, Bensenville, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Ford Vehicles Contract Value: $299,877.00 Contract period: 5/1/2021 - 4/30/2022, with one (1), one (1) year renewal option Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $299,877.00 Accounts: $165,642.00, 11569.1011.21220.560265 (BOA), $51,424.00, 11312.1510.21120.560265 (ARC), $27,517.00 11900.1250.53583.560266 (SAO), $55,214.00, 11569.1335.21120.560266 (Clerk of the Circuit Court) Contract Number(s): 2045-18423A Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This contract will allow the various using departments to purchase Ford vehicles for their fleet. In accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code, the Office of the Chief ProcurementapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2338 1 The City of Evanston, IllinoisAgreementPROPOSED AGREEMENT Department(s): Department of Animal and Rabies Control (“ARC”) Other Part(ies): The City of Evanston, Illinois Request: Authorization to enter into an interagency agreement Good(s) or Service(s): Pursuant to Section 10-6 (d) of the Cook County Code, ARC is authorized to issue grants for “private or public entity capital needs to impound and/or care for stray animals.” ARC has issued 1 of the 2 grants to Evanston Animal Shelter for $2,000,000.00 to satisfy Northern Cook County. Agreement period: 4/1/2021 - 11/30/2023 Fiscal Impact: $2,000,000.00 Accounts: 11312.1510.33927.580170 Agreement Number(s): n/a Summary/Notes: On 11/1/2019, The County issued a call for projects for its “A Home for Cook County’s Animals” program with the goal of expanding the capacity of existing non-profit and governmental animal shelters to address current overcrowding, while providing housing for animals impounded by ARC. The program provides financial assistance to cover the capital costs of planning and construction of animal shelter faciliapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2306 1 Illinois Criminal Justice Information AuthorityGrant AwardPROPOSED GRANT AWARD Department: Medical Examiner Grantee: Cook County Medical Examiner Grantor: Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority Request: Authorization to accept grant Purpose: To assist with the Medical Examiner’s forensic toxicological testing services. Grant Amount: $153,780.00 Grant Period: 1/1/2021 - 12/31/2021 Fiscal Impact: FY21 - $153,780.00. Accounts: N/A Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: The CCMEO requests $153,780 in grant funds to assist the institute with financing outsourced expanded panel toxicology testing for the surge in drug-related (opioid) deaths examined at the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office. It is impossible for the CCMEO to predict the number of yearly cases to be examined at the office (as has occurred with the unprecedented case numbers in 2020 during the COVID epidemic), the number of cases requiring toxicology testing, or the number of overdose deaths to be triaged in any giapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-1537 1 Construction Status Report for February 2021ReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Report Title: Bureau of Construction Status Report Report Period: 2/1/2021 - 2/28/2021 Action: Receive and File Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests that the status report be received and filed for Construction for the month of February 2021.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
21-1600 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC with County Club HillsIntergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): City of Country Club Hills, Illinois Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Construction and Phase III Engineering Location: 183rd Street, Country Club Hills, Illinois Section: 20-IICRD-00-PV Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 5 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $800,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Intergovernmental Agreement between the County and the City of Country Club Hills. The City will be the lead agency for construction and Phase III engineering of 183rd Street Rehabilitation Project. The County will reimburse the City for its share of construction and Phase III engineering costs.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-1868 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC with Melrose ParkIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Village of Melrose Park, Illinois Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Right-of-Way Acquisition Location: 25th Avenue, Melrose Park, Illinois Section: 20-IICRD-02-LA Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 16 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $525,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Intergovernmental Agreement between the County and the Village of Melrose Park. The Village will be the lead agency for Right-of-Way acquisition and related services of 25th Avenue Reconstruction and Widening Project. The County will reimburse the Village for its share of Right-of Way acquisition and related services costs.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2073 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC with EvanstonIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): City of Evanston, Illinois Request: Approval of Proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Construction and Phase III Engineering Location: Main Street Corridor, Evanston, Evanston, Illinois Section: 20-IICRD-01-PV Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 13 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $500,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the Proposed Intergovernmental Agreement between the County and the City of Evanston. The City will be the lead agency for construction and Phase III engineering of Main Street Corridor Improvements Project. The County will reimburse the City for its share of construction and Phase III engineering costs.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2074 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC with Rolling MeadowsIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): City of Rolling Meadows, Illinois Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Phase I and Phase II Engineering Location: Algonquin Road and New Wilke Road, Rolling Meadows, Illinois Section: 20-IICRD-06-ES Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 15 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $87,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Intergovernmental agreement between the County and the City of Rolling Meadows. The City will be the lead agency for Phase I and Phase II engineering of Algonquin Road and New Wilke Road Intersection Improvements. The County will reimburse the City for its share of Phase I and Phase II engineering costs.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2110 1 Improvement Resolution for Central Avenue BridgeImprovement 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: Central Avenue Bridge Repairs at I-55 - JOC Location: the City of Chicago, the Village of Forestview, and the Village of Stickney, all located in Illinois Section: 21-W3924-00-BR County Board District(s): 16 Centerline Mileage: N/A Fiscal Impact: $160,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the propose Improvement Resolution for work to be done in the City of Chicago, and the Villages of Forestview and Stickney. The funds will go towards the Central Avenue Bridge Repairs at I-55 - JOC bridge parapet wall repair and railing replacement in the Villages of Forestview and Stickney and the City of Chicago in Cook County.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2111 1 Improvement Resolution for Joe Orr RoadImprovement 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: Joe Orr Road Building Demo - JOC Location: Village of Lynwood, Illinois Section: 21-B6737-00-BD County Board District(s): 6 Centerline Mileage: N/A Fiscal Impact: $95,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Improvement Resolution for work to be done in the Village of Lynwood. The funds will go towards the Building Demolition at 20510 Burnham Avenue for the Joe Orr Road Project in the Village of Lynwood in Cook County.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2228 1 Amendment to Resolution for 75th Street CIP (Corridor Improvement Plan)Amendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Department of Transportation and Highways Request: Approval to Amend Original Account String Item Number: 21-2228 Fiscal Impact: $0 Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29152.521536 11300.1500.29152.520830 Original Text of Item: Using Motor Fuel Tax Account 11300.1500.29150.560019. The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests Approval to amend a previously approved item. Please Amend the original resolution amendment to the existing improvement resolution for the 75th St. Corridor Improvement Plan to make the project eligible to expend Rebuild Illinois (RBI) bond funds.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2229 1 Amendment to Resolution for Crawford Ave - Oakton Street to Golf RoadAmendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Department of Transportation and Highways Request: Approval to Amend Original Account String Item Number: 21-2229 Fiscal Impact: $0 Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29152.560019 Original Text of Item: Using Motor Fuel Tax Account 11300.1500.29150.560019. The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests Approval to amend a previously approved item. Please Amend the original resolution amendment to the existing improvement resolution for Crawford Avenue from Oakton Street to Golf Road to make the project eligible to expend Rebuild Illinois (RBI) bond funds.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2234 1 Amendment for Resolution for Pulaski Road - 159th Street to 127th St – SupplementalAmendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Department of Transportation and Highways Request: Approval to Amend Original Account String Item Number: 21-2234 Fiscal Impact: $0 Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29152.560019 Original Text of Item: Using Motor Fuel Tax Account 11300.1500.29150.560019. The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests Approval to amend a previously approved item. Please Amend the original resolution amendment to the existing supplemental resolution for Pulaski Road from 159th Street to 127th Street to make the project eligible to expend Rebuild Illinois (RBI) bond funds.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2237 1 Amendment Resolution for Plainfield Road - County Line Rd to East Ave – SupplementalAmendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Department of Transportation and Highways Request: Approval to Amend Original Account String Item Number: 21-2237 Fiscal Impact: $0 Account(s): Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29152.560019 Original Text of Item: Using Motor Fuel Tax Account 11300.1500.29150.560019. The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests Approval to amend a previously approved item. Please Amend the original resolution amendment to the existing supplemental resolution for Plainfield Road from County Line Road to East Avenue to make the project eligible to expend Rebuild Illinois (RBI) bond funds.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2238 1 Supplemental Improvement Resolution for Lake Cook Road - Raupp Blvd to Hastings LaneSupplemental Improvement Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED SUPPLEMENTAL IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Project Type: Motor Fuel Tax Project Request: Approval of the Proposed Supplemental Improvement Resolution Project: Lake Cook Road - Raupp Boulevard to Hastings Lane Location: Raupp Boulevard to Hastings Lane, Villages of Buffalo Grove and Wheeling, Illinois Section: 14-A5015-03-RP County Board District: 14 Centerline Mileage: 3.2 miles Fiscal Impact: $14,000,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29152.521536 11300.1500.29152.560019 Board Approved Date and Amount: 10/28/2015, $68,600,000.00 Increased Amount: $14,000,000.00 Total Adjusted Amount: $82,600,000.00 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed supplemental improvement resolution for work being done in the Villages of Buffalo Grove and Wheeling. The supplemental resolution is for appropriating the Rebuild Illinois (RBI) bond funds for Lake Cook Road from Raupp Boulevard to approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2327 1 Contract for Diesel Fuel, 2123-18692ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways (DOTH), Cook County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), and Cook County Department of Facilities Management (DFM) Vendor: Colonial Oil Industries, Inc., Savannah, Georgia Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Diesel Fuel Contract Value: $3,650,000.00 Contract period: 5/1/2021-5/20/2025 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: DOTH ($2,985,880.00): FY 2021 $298,588.00, FY 2022 $796,235.00, FY 2023 $796,235.00 FY 2024 $796,235.00 FY2025 $298,587.00. CCSO ($564,120.00): FY 2021 $94,020.00 FY 2022 $141,030.00 FY 2023 $141,030.00 FY 2024 $141,030.00 FY2025 $47,010.00. DFM ($100,000.00): FY 2021 $20,000, FY 2022 $20,000.00, FY 2023 $20,000.00 FY 2024 $20,000.00 FY2025 $20,000.00. Accounts: DOTH: 11856.1500.15675.540146; $2,985,880.00 (Operation of Auto Equipment) CCSO: 11100.1499.13355.540255; $564,120.00 (Automotive Operation and Maintenance) DFM: 11100.1200.12355.530188; $100,000.00 (Institutional approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2330 1 Colonial Oil Industries, Inc., Savannah, Georgia Contract for unleaded fuel, 2123-18691ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways Vendor: Colonial Oil Industries, Inc., Savannah, Georgia Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Unleaded Fuel Contract Value: $500,000.00 Contract period: 5/1/2021-5/20/2025 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $100,000.00 FY 2022 $100,000.00. FY 2023 $125,000.00 FY 2024 $125,000.00 FY 2025 $50,000.00 Accounts: 11856.1500.15675.540146 Contract Number(s): 2123-18691 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed new contract for Unleaded Fuel with Colonial Oil Industries, Inc., Savannah, Georgia. This contract is for the Department of Transportation and Highways. This contract is needed for the continuation of unleaded gasoline supplies/services as it is impapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2337 1 Bracken Box Inc., Markham, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Bracken Box Inc., Markham, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Spoil Removal Services Contract Value: $250,000.00 Contract period: 4/19/2021 - 8/18/2022 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $150,000; FY2022 $100,000. Accounts: 11300.1500.29150.540370 Contract Number(s): 2038-18293 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways (DOTH) respectfully requests authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute a contract for spoils removal services. Cook County DOTH Maintenance Bureau conducts road maintenance activities which generates various types of spoils such as broken concrete, asphalt, stone, dirt, discarded construction/demolition materials, street sweeping materials etc. The proposed contract between Cook County and BapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2520 1 KIP America, Inc., Novi, MichiganContract Amendment (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: KIP America, Inc., Novi, Michigan Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to to renew and increase the contract Good(s) or Service(s): Printers with Controller and Scanner Location: Cook County, Department of Transportation and Highways County Board District(s): 2 Original Contract Period: 5/10/2017- 5/09/2020, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Section: N/A Proposed Contract Period Extension: 5/10/2021 - 5/9/2022 Section: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $101,184.00 Original Board Approval: N/A Previous Board Increase(s) or Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s) or Extension(s): 3/30/2021, $25,296.00, 5/10/2020 - 5/9/2021 This Increase Requested: $25,296.00 Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2021 $25,296.00 Accounts: 11856.1500.10155.550012 Contract Number(s): 1623-15687 IDOT Contract Number(s): N/A Federal Project approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2449 1 Acceptance of Donation to Cook CountyResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION ACCEPTANCE OF DONATION TO COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, Midwest Moving and Storage, located in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, desires to donate furniture, specifically 20 private Offices, 29 Conference Tables, 28 Credenzas, 28 65” Monitors, and 60 8” Benching stations with monitor arms to Cook County for use by the Cook County Bureau of Asset Management and its departments; and WHEREAS, upon acceptance of the donation, Midwest Moving will transport the furniture to the Hawthorne Warehouse, where it will be added to the County’s salvage supply; and WHEREAS, the Bureau and its departments always first consider using salvaged furniture when possible before purchasing new furniture for County use; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Cook County is hereby authorized to accept this donation on behalf of the Cook County Bureau of Asset Management, and shall transfer the furniture to Cook County.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2466 1 Globetrotters EngineeringCorporation LLC, Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Globetrotters Engineering Corporation LLC, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Elevator Assessment Services Contract Value: $271,628.00 Contract period: 6/1/2021-5/31/2023, with two (2) one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $67,907.00, FY 2022 $135,814.00, FY 2023 $67,907.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): H21-25-067 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The prime is a certified MBE. N/A-PROCURED BY CCH Summary: This contract is for a professional elevator consultant to provide elevator modernization assessment services at Stroger and Provident Hospital. The consultant shall conduct equipment condition reviews of all machine room equipment, as well as all car and hoistway equipment, in order to determine their curapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-1998 1 Industrial and Utility Supply d/b/a Industrial Electrical Supply, Burr Ridge, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Facilities Management Vendor: Industrial and Utility Supply d/b/a Industrial Electrical Supply, Burr Ridge, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Legrand Wiremold Products Contract Value: $241,965.00 Contract period: 5/1/2021 - 4/30/2024, with one (1), two (2) year renewal option Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $47,048.75, FY 2022 $80,655.00, FY2023 $80,655.00, FY2024 $33,606.25 Accounts: 11100.1200.12355.530188 Contract Number(s): 2045-18435 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This contract will allow the Department of Facilities Management to purchase Legrand wire molding products for various Cook County facilities. These products will be used by the electricians as a channel to conceal cables that are mounted on walls, desks and other surfaces. This contract isapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2051 1 M.J.T. Incorporated d/b/a Ewert, Inc., Alsip, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Facilities Management Vendor: M.J.T. Incorporated d/b/a Ewert, Inc., Alsip, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase the contract Good(s) or Service(s): Rixon Door Parts Original Contract Period: 2/5/2018 - 2/4/2020, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal 2/5/2021 - 2/4/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $82,850.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Procurement, 2/16/2018, $82,825.00 Increase Requested: $30,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 2/18/2020, Renewal period 2/5/2020 - 2/4/2021 Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2021 $20,000, FY 2022 $10,000.00 Accounts: 11100.1200.12355.530188 ContraapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2185 1 Garland/DBS, Inc., Cleveland, OhioContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of 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 Related Services Contract Value: $500,000.00 Contract period: 5/1/2021 - 4/30/2024, with one (1), two (2) year renewal option Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $97,216.00, FY 2022 $166,656.00, FY2023 $166,656.00, FY2024 $69,472.00 Accounts: 11100.1200.12355.540350 Contract Number(s): 2045-18357 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 with Garland/DBS, Inc. for roofing supplies and related services to maintain roofs at various Cook County facilities. This is a Comparable Government Procurement pursuant to Section 34-140 of thapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2196 1 Roll & Roll Fabricators, Inc., Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Facilities Management Vendor: Roll & Roll Fabricators, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Welding Services Original Contract Period: 5/22/2017 - 5/21/2020, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal Proposed Contract Period: Renewal, 5/22/2021 - 5/21/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $45,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Procurement, 5/18/2017, $45,000.00 Increase Requested: N/A Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 2/18/2020, Renewal 5/22/2020 - 5/21/2021 Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: 11100.1200.12355.520390 Contract Number(s): 1635-15321 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set oapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2204 1 United Scrap Metal, Inc., Cicero, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Facilities Management Vendor: United Scrap Metal, Inc., Cicero, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Metal Collection and Recycling Services (Revenue Generating Contract) Original Contract Period: 5/22/2017 - 5/21/2020, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal Proposed Contract Period: Renewal 5/22/2021 - 5/21/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: Revenue Generating Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 5/10/2017, $44,379.90 Increase Requested: N/A Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: 4/23/2020, 5/22/2020 - 5/21/2021 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: Revenue Generating Contract Number(s): 1645-15743 Concurrences:approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2315 1 Southwest Industries, Inc. D/B/A Anderson Elevator Company, Broadview, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Facilities Management and Provident Hospital Vendor: Southwest Industries, Inc. D/B/A Anderson Elevator Company, Broadview, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase the contract Good(s) or Service(s): Countywide Elevator, Escalators, Dumbwaiters, Wheelchair Lifts and Related Equipment Maintenance Original Contract Period: 5/1/2016 - 4/30/2019, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Extension and increase Proposed Contract Period: Extension period 5/1/2021 - 4/30/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $13,083,681.38 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 4/13/2016, $8,961,643.00 Increase Requested: $872,632.00 Previous Board Increase(s): 6/27/2019, $2,185,818.92; 5/21/2020, $1,936,219.46 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: 5/21/2020, 5/1/2020 - 4/30/2021 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 06/06/2019, 05/01/2019 - 04/30/2approvePass Action details Video Video
21-1833 1 New Lease Agreement with Illinois State Board of ElectionsLease AgreementPROPOSED LEASE AGREEMENT Department: Department of Real Estate Management Request: To approve a New Lease Agreement Landlord: County of Cook Tenant: Illinois State Board of Elections Location: 69 W. Washington Street, Suite LL08, Chicago, Illinois Term/Extension Period: 8 years, target occupancy 6/1/2021 Space Occupied: Approximately 5,543 square feet Monthly Rent: The initial Base Rental Rate for the lease term shall be $9,515.48 per month with 3.0% annual escalations. Tenant is also responsible for pro-rata share of operating expenses estimated to be $4,766.98 per month for 2021. Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: NA Option to Renew: One (1), two-year option to extend Termination: Either party may terminate with 180-days prior written notice. Utilities Included: Yes. Summary/Notes: The Illinois State Board of Elections seeks to occupy the space for office purposes. Approval is recommended.approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2292 1 Pisco USA, Inc. 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Pisco USA, Inc. 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b application containing the following information: Applicant: Pisco USA, Inc. Address: 1180 Pratt Blvd., Elk Grove Village, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Elk Grove Village Cook County District: 15 Permanent Index Number: 08-34-400-024-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Elk Grove Village Resolution Number 2-20 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Five (5) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - warehousing, manufacturing, and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification System forreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2295 1 Kiddie Scholars, Inc. CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Kiddie Scholars, Inc. CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: Kiddie Scholars, Inc. Address: 1031 Kostner Avenue, Matteson, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Matteson Cook County District: 6 Permanent Index Number: 31-22-200-011-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Matteson, Resolution No, 1126-0318 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 15 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial use - Nursery school Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes or No WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification System for Assessment dreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2296 1 Lanigan Properties, LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Lanigan Properties, 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: Lanigan Properties, LLC Address: 3052-62 W. 167th Street, Markham, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: City of Markham Cook County District: 5 Permanent Index Number: 28-24-308-005-0000 and 28-24-308-006-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Markham, Resolution No, 17-R-556 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Three (3) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - workforce training Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification SystreferPass Action details Video Video
21-2302 1 TO SECURE AN ALLOCATION OF VOLUME CAP AND RELATED PRIVATE ACTIVITY FINANCING AUTHORITYResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION TO SECURE AN ALLOCATION OF VOLUME CAP AND RELATED PRIVATE ACTIVITY FINANCING AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the Federal Tax Reform Act of 1986, as amended, imposes a limit on the aggregate amount of tax-exempt private activity financing authority, also known as “volume cap”, that can be authorized by a State; and WHEREAS, the State of Illinois has adopted procedures for the allocation of volume cap pursuant to the Illinois Private Activity Bond Allocation Act, 30ILCS 345, also known as the “Illinois Allocation Act”; and WHEREAS, the Governor’s Office is the entity charged with authority to allocate volume cap among the political subdivisions within the State of Illinois; and WHEREAS, the current limit on the aggregate amount of volume cap that a State can issue, adjusted for inflation for calendar year 2021, is $110.00 multiplied by the State’s population; and WHEREAS, the current limit on the aggregate amount of volume cap that the State of Illinois can issue, adjusted for inflation for calendar year 2021, is $110.00 multiplied by the State’s populatioaccept as substitutedPass Action details Video Video
21-2302 2 TO SECURE AN ALLOCATION OF VOLUME CAP AND RELATED PRIVATE ACTIVITY FINANCING AUTHORITYResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION TO SECURE AN ALLOCATION OF VOLUME CAP AND RELATED PRIVATE ACTIVITY FINANCING AUTHORITY WHEREAS, the Federal Tax Reform Act of 1986, as amended, imposes a limit on the aggregate amount of tax-exempt private activity financing authority, also known as “volume cap”, that can be authorized by a State; and WHEREAS, the State of Illinois has adopted procedures for the allocation of volume cap pursuant to the Illinois Private Activity Bond Allocation Act, 30ILCS 345, also known as the “Illinois Allocation Act”; and WHEREAS, the Governor’s Office is the entity charged with authority to allocate volume cap among the political subdivisions within the State of Illinois; and WHEREAS, the current limit on the aggregate amount of volume cap that a State can issue, adjusted for inflation for calendar year 2021, is $110.00 multiplied by the State’s population; and WHEREAS, the current limit on the aggregate amount of volume cap that the State of Illinois can issue, adjusted for inflation for calendar year 2021, is $110.00 multiplied by the State’s populatiorefer as substitutedPass Action details Video Video
21-2304 1 American National Bank and Trust Co. Trust No. 301065-04 6BResolution (Class 6B) No Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION American National Bank and Trust Co. Trust No. 301065-04 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: American National Bank and Trust Co. Trust No. 301065-04 Address: 1975 Cornell Avenue, Melrose Park, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Melrose Park Cook County District: 16 Permanent Index Number: 12-33-302-021-0000 (portion of) Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Melrose Park, Resolution No. 51-20, Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 25 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial - manufacturing and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandonereferPass Action details Video Video
21-0833 1 Human Resources BiWeekly Report 1/31/2021 - 2/13/2021ReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Human Resources Report Title: Human Resources Bi-Weekly Report Report Period: Pay Period 4: 1/31/2021 - 2/13/2021 Summary: This report lists all new hires and terminations of employees in executive, administrative or professional positions, Grades 17 through 24, and employees in such positions who have transferred positions, received salary adjustments, whose positions have been transferred or reclassified, or employees who are hired into positions as Seasonal Work Employees, Extra Employees, Extra Employees for Special Activities and Employees per Court Order.receive and filePass Action details Video Video
21-2294 1 Guidehouse , Inc., Chicago, IllinoisContract (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Bureau of Technology Vendor: Guidehouse LLP., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) services for Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court Electronic Docket and Case Management System (CMS) Implementation Original Contract Period: 8/1/2017 - 7/31/2021, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 8/1/2021 - 7/31/2023 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $4,711,860.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board Approval, 7/19/2017, $1,699,440.00 Increase Requested: $5,457,129.60 Previous Board Increase(s): 9/5/2019, $3,042,420.00 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s)referPass Action details Video Video
21-1330 1 CoStar Realty Information, Inc. Washington, D.C.Contract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Cook County Assessor’s Office, Cook County Board of Review, and Cook County Department of Revenue Vendor: CoStar Realty Information, Inc., Washington, D.C. Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend and increase the contract Good(s) or Service(s): Real Estate Information Database Subscriptions Original Contract Period: 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2018, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Extension and Increase Proposed Contract Period: 1/1/2021 - 12/31/2021 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $712,663.80 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board 12/14/2016, $316,828.08 Increase Requested: $226,740.00 Previous Board Increase(s): (12/12/2018, $171,686.16); (3/26/2020, $224,149.56) Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: (12/12/2018, 01/01/2019 - 12/31/2019); (3/26/2020, 01/01/2020 - 12/31/2020) Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous approvePass Action details Video Video
21-0686 1 National Safety Council, Itasca, IlllnoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: National Safety Council, Itasca, Illlnois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Administration of the Court’s Traffic safety program Original Contract Period: 6/9/2016 - 6/8/2021 Proposed Amendment Type: Extension Proposed Contract Period: Extension period 6/9/2021 - 6/8/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $0 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Approved by the County Board, 6/8/2016 Increase Requested: None Previous Board Increase(s): None Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): None Previous Board Renewals: None Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: None Previous Board Extension(s): None Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): None Potential Fiscal Impact: $0 cost; course fees paid by participants. The court expects to collect $125,000.00 quarterly in the extension period to reimburse program costs incurrapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2240 1 LANSA, INC.Software Support and MaintenanceContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: LANSA, Inc., Downers Grove, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): LANSA Software Support and Maintenance Original Contract Period: 5/16/2016 - 5/15/2019, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 5/16/2021 -5/15/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $227,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Procurement, 5/12/2016, $136,200.00 Increase Requested: $50,232.88 Previous Board Increase(s): 5/23/2019, $45,400; 4/23/2020, $45,400 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: 5/23/2019, (5/16/2019-5/15/2020); 4/23/2020 (5/16/2020-5/15/2021) Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal ImapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2288 1 Cristina Foods, Inc., Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: Cristina Foods, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Poultry Products Contract Value: $684,102.00 Contract period: 5/1/2021 - 4/30/2024, with two (2), one-year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY2021 $95,015.00, FY2022 $228,036.00, FY2023 $228,036.00, FY2024 $133,015.00 Accounts: 11100.1440.35225.530010, Food Supplies Contract Number(s): 2003-18445 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC) requests authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute a contract with Cristina Foods, Inc. The vendor will supply poultry products for the residents housed at the JTDC. This contract is awarded through a publicly advertised competitive bidapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-1820 2 Clarity Partners, LLC, Chicago, IllinoisContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Cook County Clerk Vendor: Clarity Partners, LLC, Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to amend and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Integrated Cashiering, Accounting, and Enterprise Content Management Solution Original Contract Period: 8/1/2018 - 7/31/2023, with five (5), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Amend and Increase Proposed Contract Period: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $5,166,222.33 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 9/12/2018, $5,166,222.33 Increase Requested: $237,000.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: N/A Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2021 $237,000.00 Accounts: 11306.1110.21120.560225 Contract Number(s): 1790-16747 Concurrences: The veapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2089 1 McKesson Medical - Surgical Government Solutions, LLC, Richmond, Virignia Contract Renewal & Increase - Narcan KitsContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Cook County Sheriff’s Office Vendor: McKesson Medical - Surgical Government Solutions, LLC, Richmond, Virignia Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Adapt Pharma Intranasal Naloxone spray Original Contract Period: 9/12/2019 - 6/30/2020, with three (3), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal Period 7/1/2021 - 6/30/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $210,000.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 9/5/2019, $210,000.00 Increase Requested: $101,250.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 7/27/2020, (7/1/2020-6/30/2021) Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2021 $45,000.00, FY 2022 $56,250.00 AccountsapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2112 1 Best Technology Systems, Inc., Plainfield, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Cook County Sheriff’s Office Vendor: Best Technology Systems, Inc., Plainfield, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Decontamination and Maintenance of the Sheriff’s Bureau of Training & Education’s Firing Range Contract Value: $269,280.00 Contract period: 6/3/2021 - 6/2/2024, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $44,880.00, FY 2022 $89,760.00, FY 2023 $89,760.00, FY 2024 $44,880.00 Accounts: 11100.1214.20340.530189 (Institutional) Contract Number(s): 2006-18546 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Cook County Sheriff’s Office is requesting authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute a contract with Best Technology Systems Inc. of Plainfield, Illinois for decontamination and maintenance services located at the Sheriff’s Bureau of Training & Education’s FiringapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2323 1 HONORING PAMELA F. RODRIGUEZConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING PAMELA F. RODRIGUEZ WHEREAS, Pamela F. Rodriguez, recently retired as President & CEO TASC, Inc., 700 S. Clinton St. Chicago, IL 60607, Cook County, Illinois; WHEREAS, Ms. Rodriguez was highly qualified for the work she undertook earning a BS in Social Work at Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN in 1978 and an MA in Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL in 1982; WHEREAS Ms. Rodriguez worked at TASC, Inc. of Illinois (Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities) from 1982 on serving as Executive Vice President, Regional Administrator and Quality Manager; WHEREAS, Ms. Rodriguez served on many boards and commission with distinction including: O Addiction Policy Forum - Advisory Board Cook County (IL), Commission on Social Innovation - Past Member, Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (independent organization in the US executive branch), Practitioner Member by appointment on the Illinois Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice, Past Advisory Board MembapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2666 1 RECOGNIZING APRIL AS NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH AND APRIL 28TH, 2021 AS THE ANNUAL DENIM DAYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING APRIL AS NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH AND APRIL 28TH, 2021 AS THE ANNUAL DENIM DAY WHEREAS, April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month; and WHEREAS, according to National statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men in the United States of America (U.S.) have experienced sexual violence involving physical contact; and WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that nearly 1 in 5 women and 1 in 38 men have experienced completed or attempted rape during their lifetimes; and WHEREAS, according to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) on average, there are 433,648 victims of rape and sexual assault each year in the United States of America (U.S.), and; WHEREAS, the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) data assures that every 73 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted; and WHEREAS, according to the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics National Crime Victimization Survey: only 230 of every 1,000 rap   Action details Video Video
21-2605 1 Honoring Sgt. Arthur L. McCann.Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING MR. ARTHUR L. MCCANN WHEREAS, to “Serve and Protect” is the motto for a policeman. It was also the calling of a great servant leader, Sgt. Arthur L. McCann; and WHEREAS, Arthur L. McCann was born in 1929 in Paive, Mississippi to parents Ollie and Martha McCann. Mr. McCann had a twin sister Lee Ethel and seven siblings total; and WHEREAS, Mr. McCann’s parents joined the thousands of Mississippians seeking better opportunities during the Great Migration; and WHEREAS, by 1933, the hard-working McCann family arrived in Chicago where Mr. McCann quickly discovered many of the injustices found in America’s southern States were present in his new city; however, these injustices would not keep him from seeking opportunity; and WHEREAS, Mr. McCann would learn obedience, honesty, integrity, discipline, faith, and hard work from his mother Martha. As the youngest, Mr. McCann received additional guidance from his older brothers, five of which would serve in the Army, Air Force, and Navy; and WHEREAS, young Arthur watched his older brothers work happrovePass Action details Video Video
21-2645 1 Resolution for Rosie PetersonConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING ROSIE L. PETERSON WHEREAS, Rosie L. Peterson was born on March 7, 1937 in Ripley, Mississippi to Joe Peterson and Judy Adams, a farmer and homemaker respectively, as one of eleven children; and WHEREAS, a young Rosie and her family moved to Middleton, Tennessee near the end of Great Depression; and WHEREAS, Ms. Peterson attended school part-time in order to help family tend the farm during the lean years of World War II; and WHEREAS, at age 18, Ms. Peterson joined the Great Northern Migration of Black Americans moving to Chicago where Ms. Peterson worked in housekeeping at McCormick Place, as a senior care worker and domestic home worker for several families. In the late 1990’s, Ms. Peterson, transitioned to a job in security for the city of Chicago’s Department of General Services, where she worked until she retired in 2008; and WHEREAS, Ms. Peterson was a force of nature, strong willed, fiercely independent as head of her household, and caring and protective mother; and WHEREAS, Ms. Peterson had three children: Terry, Diann and TyroapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2537 1 DONALD W. PARENTI, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION DONALD W. PARENTI, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom called Donald W. Parenti from our midst on March 19, 2021; and WHEREAS, Donald W. Parenti graduated from Weber High School in Chicago, Illinois; and WHEREAS, after graduation, Donald Parenti joined the Illinois Army National Guard and served with honor for 37 years. He achieved the rank of Sergeant Major and served as the Command Sergeant Major for the 108th Medical Battalion; and WHEREAS, using the medical training he received in the Guard, Mr. Parenti went on to become an X-Ray and Clinical Laboratory Director; and WHEREAS, after a long career in the private sector, Donald Parenti took a position with the Illinois Department of Corrections and wrote and administered the Drug Control Program. He then became the Director of Programs for the Westside Community Correctional Center; and WHEREAS, Donald Parenti was a third-generation, long-time resident of Elmwood Park. In 1989, he was elected as an Elmwood Park Village Trustee and served in that capacity for 16 years; andapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2538 1 DR. SAM VACCARO, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION DR. SAM VACCARO, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Almighty God, in His infinite wisdom, called Sam Vaccaro from our midst on March 18, 2021; and WHEREAS, Dr. Vaccaro was a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corp; and WHEREAS, Dr. Vaccaro was a highly respected and admired teacher and administrator for Elmwood Park Unit School District 401 for over three decades; and WHEREAS, Dr. Vaccaro began his teaching career at District 401 in 1968 as a science teacher at Elmwood Elementary School and then went on to teach science and become the assistant principal at Elmwood Park High School; and WHEREAS, realizing the importance of offering Elmwood Park’s students the best and most up-to-date education, Dr. Vaccaro was extremely instrumental in the planning, building and opening of Elmwood Park’s first middle school and, in 1989, became its first principal; and WHEREAS, in 1998, Dr. Vaccaro became principal at Elmwood Park High School, where he presided until his retirement in 2001; and WHEREAS, Dr. Vaccaro treated all staff and faculty with respect and kiapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2583 1 HONORING GIANCARLO IANNOTTA FOR HIS FILM, MY COUNTRYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING GIANCARLO IANNOTTA FOR HIS FILM, MY COUNTRY WHEREAS, local filmmaker, Giancarlo Iannotta, wrote, acted in, directed, and produced the film, My Country; and WHEREAS, the first fifteen minutes of the film take place near Lawrence and Cumberland on Chicago’s Northwest Side; and WHEREAS, Giancarlo Iannotta’s father and uncle emigrated from Molise, Italy, in the late 1950’s and moved to that neighborhood on Potawatomie Street in the late 1970’s; and WHEREAS, in the film, Giancarlo Iannotta’s character, Lucky, goes on a journey from Chicago to Molise to fulfill a request made by his father on his deathbed; and WHEREAS, as the film travels from Rome to Molise, it traverses the Village of Elmwood Park’s Sister City, Frosinone, in which there is a Piazza Elmwood Park; and WHEREAS, throughout the film, Lucky celebrates and praises Chicago’s neighborhoods and tries to convey to his extended Italian family the similarities between Chicago and Molise, as both are “full of love”; and WHEREAS, Giancarlo Iannotta grew up in Elmhurst and attendapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2475 1 CONGRATULATING JAMES CHRISTENSEN ON HIS RETIREMENTConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING JAMES CHRISTENSEN ON HIS RETIREMENT WHEREAS, James Christensen retired from the Winnetka Police Department on May 17, 2021 after 28 years as a law enforcement officer; and WHEREAS, James Christensen began his career as a law enforcement officer with the Winnetka Police Department on May 17, 1993; and WHEREAS, James Christensen was appointed to the position of Detective on November 22, 1999; and WHEREAS, James Christensen was awarded Police Officer of the Year for 2001 and 2003; and WHEREAS, James Christensen was promoted to the rank of Sergeant on January 1, 2002; and WHEREAS, James Christensen was recognized for the Award of Valor in the year 2003; and WHEREAS, James Christensen was promoted to the rank of Commander on September 22, 2006; and WHEREAS, during his career, James Christensen served as a member of the North Regional Major Crimes Task Force, served in the capacity of a Master Firearms Instructor, Certified Traffic Crash Investigator, Evidence Technician, Bicycle Team Member, Field Training Officer, RapidapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2701 1 JOSEPH MAURICIO, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION JOSEPH MAURICIO, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS. Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Joseph Mauricio from our midst; and WHEREAS, Joseph Mauricio was the loving and adored husband to Veronica Leighton; and WHEREAS, Joseph Mauricio was the loving stepfather of Robert (Christina) Leighton; and WHEREAS, Joseph Mauricio was the cherished grandfather of Maya and Christian; and WHEREAS, Joseph Mauricio was a loving father and dear uncle; and WHEREAS, Joseph Mauricio was the Co-Publisher of the Via Times, a monthly publication considered to be one of the largest ethnic publications of its kind in the United States, with many readers from the Filipino, Asian, and Hispanic American communities; and WHEREAS, Joseph Mauricio was producer and interview host on Chicago Philippine Reports TV (CPRTV); and WHEREAS, all who knew him will attest that Joseph Mauricio was a kind and compassionate man, virtuous of character and gentle in spirit, admired and respected by his many friends and neighbors, and dearly loved by his family; and NOW, THEREFOREapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2702 1 Minority Health Month ResolutionConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING BLACK MATERNAL HEALTH WEEK AND MINORITY HEALTH MONTH IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, the month of April is National Minority Health Month, a month-long initiative to advance health equity across the country on behalf of all racial and ethnic minorities; and WHEREAS, in solidarity with National Minority Health Month, the week of April 11-17 is Black Maternal Health Week in the United States, it is a week of awareness, activism, and community building intended to deepen the national conversation about Black maternal health in the US; amplify community-driven policy, research, and care solutions; center the voices of Black Mamas, women, families, and stakeholders; provide a national platform for Black-led entities and efforts on maternal health, birth and reproductive justice; and enhance community organizing on Black maternal health; and WHEREAS, Black women in the United States experience unacceptably poor maternal health outcomes, including disproportionately high rates of death related to pregnancy or childbirth, and are three to four times more lapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2590 1 HONORING CLUB LUCKY AS IT CELEBRATES 30 YEARS IN BUSINESSConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING CLUB LUCKY AS IT CELEBRATES 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS WHEREAS, Club Lucky, an Italian restaurant located at 1824 W. Wabansia on the northeast corner of Wabansia and Honore streets, is nestled into Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood; and WHEREAS, Club Lucky was one of the early Bucktown pioneers. In 1990, co-owners Jim Higgins and Robert Paladino purchased a Polish corner neighborhood bar and the adjacent, abandoned community center and transformed it into Club Lucky over the span of a year; and WHEREAS, like all the best places in Chicago, Club Lucky has a history. It served as a speakeasy during prohibition, with a hardware storefront and gin martinis as the signature drink; and WHEREAS, Club Lucky was also once the site of a local dance hall, and its dining room décor transports you to a 1940’s supper club; and WHEREAS, the co-owners compare their neighborhood fixture to “sitting at grandmother’s table having a hearty meal,” while the Chicago Sun-Times said, “It’s a restaurant that fits like a comfortable pair of shoes”; and WHEREAS, theapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2633 1 HONORING FIRE CHIEF ALAN BERKOWSKYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING FIRE CHIEF ALAN BERKOWSKY ON THE OCCASION OF HIS RETIREMENT WHEREAS, Chief Alan Berkowsky ended his distinguished career in fire service when he stepped down as chief of the Winnetka, Illinois Fire Department on April 9, 2021; and WHEREAS, Chief Alan Berkowsky is a 35-year veteran of the fire service, having served multiple communities throughout Cook County. He began his career as a paramedic with the Chicago Fire Department. He joined the Evanston, Illinois Fire Department in 1981 as a firefighter/ paramedic and served there in multiple capacities, including Captain/Inspector/ Investigator, Division Chief of Administrative Services, Division Chief of Fire Prevention & Technical Services, and Fire Chief; and WHEREAS, following his retirement from Evanston, he was tapped to become chief of the Winnetka Fire Department, which serves Winnetka, Kenilworth, and unincorporated areas of Cook County including Woodley Road and Indian Hill. Under his leadership, the department evolved into, in his words, an “All-Hazard” department that will respond tapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2714 1 CONGRATULATING ELIZABETH “BETSY” BAERConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING ELIZABETH “BETSY” BAER ON HER RETIREMENT WHEREAS, Elizabeth “Betsy” Baer was born in Glencoe, Illinois in 1955 to Nanette Talbot and Joseph Winslow Baer; and WHEREAS, Betsy spent her childhood playing and exploring with her older brother, Richard, and younger sister, Jenni. She remains close to both - calling, texting, and visiting regularly; and WHEREAS, Betsy attended Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; and WHEREAS, after college, Betsy moved to Evanston where she has been a resident for over 30 years; and WHEREAS, Betsy was the first Director of Marketing for the Kohl Children’s Museum where she worked with the owner, other directors, and staff to raise funds for the museum; and WHEREAS, Betsy went on the become the Executive Director of GVA Worldwide, an international commercial real estate company with 120 offices globally, where she was responsible for directing the administrative headquarters; and WHEREAS, after a months-long search Betsy was selected as the approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2717 1 HONORING BRIAN J. STAGGConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION HONORING BRIAN J. STAGG FOR HIS HONORABLE AND DILIGENT SERVICE TO COOK COUNTY GOVERNMENT WHEREAS, Brian J. Stagg served under the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s office and retired from the office after 30 years of service on December 31, 2020; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Stagg is a lifelong resident of the Northwest side of Chicago; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Stagg is a graduate of Steinmetz High School, Class of 1988; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Stagg joined the Clerk of the Circuit Court’s Office in February 1990; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Stagg served under three Clerks of the Circuit Court during his 30-year tenure, including under the current County administration, the Honorable Aurelia M. Pucinski, the Honorable Dorothy Brown, and the Honorable Iris Y. Martinez; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Stagg also served under two Circuit Court Judges, including the Honorable Judge Thomas R. Allen and the Honorable Judge Anthony Kyriaopoulos; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Stagg started his tenure as Court Clerk I and rose to become a Supervisor; and, WHEREAS, Mr. Stagg has worked diligently and worked under sapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2718 1 PROCLAIMING APRIL 30, 2021 AS, “NATIONAL THERAPY ANIMAL DAY”Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROCLAIMING APRIL 30, 2021 AS, “NATIONAL THERAPY ANIMAL DAY” IN COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS WHEREAS, National Therapy Animal Day was created by Pet Partners to recognize and honor the exceptional therapy animals who partner with their human companions to bring comfort and healing to those in need; and, WHEREAS, Pet Partners is the national leader in demonstrating and promoting the benefits of animal-assisted therapy, activities, and education; and, WHEREAS, there are thousands of Pet Partners therapy animal teams serving in communities across the United States; and, WHEREAS, connecting with animals is proven to confer a host of mental and physical benefits. Pets reduce our stress levels, offer us companionship, and even help us feel less pain; and, WHEREAS, Pet Partners therapy animal teams interact with a variety of people in our community including veterans, seniors, patients, students facing literacy challenges, and those approaching end of life; and, WHEREAS, by designating April 30 as National Therapy Animal Day we can raise awareness and educaapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2731 1 RECOGNIZING SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARNESS MONTH AND THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF FAITH COLSONConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARNESS MONTH AND THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF FAITH COLSON IN HER ADVOCACY WHEREAS, April is recognized in the United States as Sexual Assault Awareness Month; and WHEREAS, Sexual Assault Awareness Month is an annual campaign to raise public awareness about sexual assault and educate communities and individuals on how to prevent sexual violence; and WHEREAS, according to Department of Justice data, every 73 seconds an American is sexually assaulted; and WHEREAS, according to Department of Justice data, younger people are at the highest risk of sexual assault; and WHEREAS, Faith Colson has turned her own experience as a survivor of sexual abuse by a teacher into advocacy to see changes in policies and curriculum in schools surrounding sexual assault and abuse; and WHEREAS, HB1975, Faith’s Law, sponsored by Rep. Michelle Mussman and Rep. Fred Crespo seeks to educate teachers and school staff on the signs of grooming and how to identify the signs that a teacher may be sexually assaulting a student; and WHERapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2735 1 HONORING SIKH AWARENESS AND APPRECIATION MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionA RESOLUTION HONORING SIKH AWARENESS AND APPRECIATION MONTH IN THE 15TH DISTRICT WHEREAS, Sikhs have been living in the United States for more than 120 years, and during the early 20th century, thousands of Sikh Americans worked on farms, in lumber mills and mines, and on the Oregon, Pacific & Eastern Railroad; and WHEREAS, Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world and today, there are more than 25 million Sikhs worldwide and an estimated 500,000 Sikh Americans; and WHEREAS, Sikh Americans pursue diverse professions, and make rich contributions to the social, cultural, and economic vibrancy of the United States, including service as members of the United States Armed Forces and significant contributions to our great nation in agriculture, information technology, small businesses, the hotel industry, trucking, medicine, and technology; and WHEREAS, Sikh Americans distinguished themselves by fostering respect among all people through faith and service; and WHEREAS, Cook County is committed to educating citizens about the world’s religions, the value of religious diversiapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2739 1 HONORING TERMICO TECHNOLOGIES WINNING THE “MAKERS MADNESS” CONTESTConsent Calendar ResolutionA RESOLUTION HONORING TERMICO TECHNOLOGIES WINNING THE “MAKERS MADNESS” CONTEST WHEREAS, “Makers Madness” is presented by Comcast Business, the competition shines a light on Illinois’ diverse manufacturing sector, which has played a critical role in the state and nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic; and WHEREAS, the contest looks to honor manufacturers. Manufacturers are developing life-saving vaccines and treatments, producing needed personal protective equipment, keeping store shelves stocked with important goods and nutritious foods, and powering our homes and businesses; and WHEREAS, this contest seeks to crown the title of The Coolest Thing Made in Illinois; and WHEREAS, Termico Technologies is located in Elk Grove Village in the 15th District of Cook County and created the Self-Regulating Traffic Signal Heater; and WHEREAS, the Self-Regulating Traffic Signal Heater uses conductive particles to heat traffic signals so they remain visible and free of ice and snow so traffic can safely navigate our roadways; and WHEREAS, municipalities, counties, aapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2747 1 LOIS JANET DEBELLIS, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION LOIS JANET DEBELLIS, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, Lois Janet DeBellis was the loving and adored wife to Edward DeBellis; and WHEREAS, Lois Janet DeBellis was the loving mother to her daughter Lisa (Eric Schuller) and her son Eric (Anny Gonzalez); and WHEREAS, Lois cherished her grandchildren, Asher and Ainsley Schuller; and WHEREAS, Lois was born on September 28, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois as the beloved daughter to the late Albert and Florence Rischow; and WHEREAS, Lois had a love of learning and graduated with a BSN from UIC in 1975; and WHEREAS, Lois spent over 40 years as a nurse. Throughout her career, Lois specialized caring for those with mental illness, those homebound, and those with special needs at school; and WHEREAS, Lois had an avid love of the outdoors and would travel the country with her hiking group visiting various National Parks. Her hiking friends lovingly referred to her as "Wannawalk."; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Commissioners of Cook County that the Board does hereby offer its deepest condoapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2757 1 HONORING FATHER TOM HURLEYConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING FATHER TOM HURLEY FOR HIS LEADERSHIP, DEDICATION AND COMMITMENT TO OLD ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH AND THE NORTH LAWNDALE COMMUNITY WHEREAS, Father Tom Hurley, a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago was ordained in 1993; and WHEREAS, His priestly service included appointments at Most Holy Redeemer and St. Cajetan Parishes, and St. Joseph College Seminary at Loyola University; and WHEREAS, Fr. Hurley is the eighth of nine children and was born and raised in the Beverly/Morgan Park neighborhoods of Chicago's South Side; and WHEREAS, in 2007, Fr. Hurley succeeded Fr. Jack Wall, becoming the 17th Pastor of the historic Old St. Patrick's Church in Chicago's West Loop. There, he led a dynamic ministry that today operates with the vision of "Leading a movement of Change within the Catholic Church marked by radical inclusivity, exquisite worship and transformative kinship;” and WHEREAS, Fr. Hurley serves on the Boards of Marist High School, Frances Xavier Warde School, and The Children At the Crossroads Foundation. He holds degrees fapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2765 1 HONORING THE LIFE OF STAFF SERGEANT JOSEPH EDWARD HOWARDConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF STAFF SERGEANT JOSEPH EDWARD HOWARD WHEREAS, Joseph Edward Howard was born on August 22, 1991 in St. Francis Hospital. He was raised in Evanston, Illinois. He attended Washington and Nichols Schools for grammar school education. For high school, he attended Evanston Township where he excelled in his studies. He developed a contagious and outgoing personality that destined him for leadership. It was here, where he also got the spark to join the armed services. He graduated from Evanston Township in May of 2009; and WHEREAS, Joseph gravitated to the military and enlisted in December 2009. Here is where he dedicated his life to his country, starting in the Army Reserves. He joined the Active Reserves two years later and was stationed in Minneapolis, Minnesota from 2012-2017. While in Minnesota, he developed many strong relationships and was encouraged to excel and advance his military service, attaining the rank of Sergeant 3rd Class in 2013; and WHEREAS, in 2017, Joseph was reassigned to Long Island, New York where he joined the 720approvePass Action details Video Video
21-2781 1 HONORING VIRGINIA LAIConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING VIRGINIA LAI FOR HER EXEMPLEMTORY SERVICE AS A SENIOR COORDINATOR WHEREAS Virginia Lai started working at Charters Advisory Senior Living Facility(CASL) as a Social Service Coordinator after graduating from University of Illinois at Chicago in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Finance; and WHEREAS, Virginia Lai have worked for CASL Senior Housing for over 12 years; and WHEREAS, the senior housing which Virginia Lai works, has 105 residents where 80 % of the residents’ primary language is Mandarin Chinese. Though most of the seniors in her care find it difficult to communicate in English, Virginia Lai became the bridge that enjoys helping seniors solve their problems so that they can continue to enjoy life; and WHEREAS,Virginia Lai has exemplifies compassion, dependability, and dignity to all of the residents at the CASL Living Facility. Her principles of caring for others in a way that she would also want to be cared for which is made evident through the help that she provides, in solving their personal needs including reapprovePass Action details Not available
21-1963 2 Peter A. Creticos, LTD, Oak Park, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Secretary to the Board Vendor: Peter A. Creticos, LTD, Oak Park, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Cook County Redistricting Services Contract Value: $192,910.00 Contract period: 4/1/2021 - 3/31/2022 4/19/2021 - 3/31/2022 4/19/2021 - 4/18/2022 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $128,607.00, FY 2022 $64,303.00, Accounts: 11000.1490.19145.580180.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): 2107-18676 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: Services requested are for Remapping and Redistricting. This is a Sole Source Procurement pursuant to Section 34-139 of the Cook County Procurement Code.approve as amended in the errataPass Action details Video Video
21-1967 2 Election Data Services (EDS), Manassas, VirginiaContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Secretary to the Board Vendor: Election Data Services (EDS), Manassas, Virginia Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Redistricting Software and Support Services Contract Value: $593,429.13 Contract period: 4/1/2021 - 3/31/2022 4/19/2021 - 3/31/2022 4/19/2021 - 3/18/2022 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2021 $395,620.00, FY 2022 $197,809.13 Accounts: 11000.1490.19145.580180.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): 2107-18677 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: Redistricting Software and Support Services. This is a Sole Source Procurement pursuant to Section 34-139 of the Cook County Procurement Code.approve as amended in the errataPass Action details Video Video
21-1761 1 900 Carnegie LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION 900 Carnegie 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: 900 Carnegie LLC Address: 900 Carnegie Street, Rolling Meadows, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Rolling Meadows Cook County District: 14 Permanent Index Number: 02-23-400-006-0000 and 02-23-401-016/-024/-032/-037 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Rolling Meadows, Resolution No. 20-R-71 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Three (3) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - warehousing, manufacturing, and/or distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-1762 1 980 Carnegie LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION 980 Carnegie 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: 980 Carnegie LLC Address: 980 Carnegie Street, Rolling Meadows, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: City of Rolling Meadows Cook County District: 14 Permanent Index Number: 02-23-401-038-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Resolution No. 20-R-72 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Three (3) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - warehousing, manufacturing, and/or distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification System fapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-1781 1 2035 15th Avenue, LLC 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUESTResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION 2035 15th 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: 2035 15th Avenue, LLC Address: 2035 15th Avenue, Melrose Park, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Melrose Park Cook County District: 16 Permanent Index Number: 12-34-401-021-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Melrose Park, Resolution No. 101-19 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 12 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - warehousing, assembly and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification SyapprovePass Action details Video Video
21-2192 1 AN AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 34, ARTICLE IV, FINANCEOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT AN AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 34, ARTICLE IV, FINANCE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that Chapter 34 - Finance, Article IV, Sections 34-280 (a) and 34-300.2 (a) - Minority and Woman-Owned Businesses, of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as follows: Sec. 34-280 - Program review and sunset. (a) The President and the Board of Commissioners shall receive quarterly and an annual reports report from the CCD detailing the County's performance under the Program. (b) The President and the Board of Commissioners will review these reports, including the Annual Participation Goals and the County's progress towards meeting those Goals and eliminating discrimination in its contracting activities and marketplace. (c) Within five years after the effective date of this ordinance, the County will review the operation of the Program and the evidentiary basis for the Program in order to determine whether the County has a continuing compelling interest in remedying discrimination against MBEs and WBEs in its marketplace, and theapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2193 1 Resolution in support of renewable energy goals, conversion to clean energy by setting milestones for suppliers and renewable electricity in all buildings, creating employment opportunities for the residents of Cook CountyResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY GOALS, CONVERSION TO CLEAN ENERGY BY SETTING MILESTONES FOR SUPPLIERS AND RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY IN ALL BUILDINGS, CREATING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE RESIDENTS OF COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, Cook County ranks as the largest county in the State of Illinois and the second largest county in the United States of America; and WHEREAS, two hundred and four U.S. cities and counties across thirty-seven states, including the City of Chicago, have already adopted ambitious 100% clean energy goals, and seventy-two U.S. cities and counties across seven states have already hit their targets to generate 100% of the energy used, community-wide, from clean, non-polluting, and renewable sources; and WHEREAS, more than thirty-nine) percent 39% of ComEd's current electricity comes from emission-free energy production including nuclear and renewables; and WHEREAS, the County's commitment to 100% clean energy will create good local jobs for residents of Cook County, reduce air pollution and associated public health risks, and savapprovePass Action details Not available
21-2146 1 J. C. and J.C. (minors)Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: Eleesha Madeline O’Neill Presenter: Same Fees: $3,225.00 Case Name: In re D. C. and J. D. C. (minors) Trial Court No(s): 14JA1202, 14JA1203 Appellate Court No(s): 1-20-0530approvePass Action details Not available
21-2376 1 N. Crider, C. Crider (minors)Appellate CasesAttorney/Payee: John Benson Presenter: Same Fees: $600.00 Case Name: In the Interest of N. Crider, C. Crider (minors) Trial Court No(s): 20JA1106, 20JA1107 Appellate Court No(s): 1-21-0141approvePass Action details Not available
21-1611 1 Thomas FrazierCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ben Levitan LLC Presenter: Carter & Opdycke, Attorneys at Law Fees: $8,971.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): Expert Witness Name(s) of respondent(s): Thomas Frazier Case No(s): 16CR18439approvePass Action details Not available
21-1965 1 Daniel McCormackCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Johnson & Levine LLC Presenter: Michael R. Johnson Fees: $315.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Daniel McCormack Case No(s): 09CR80006approvePass Action details Not available
21-1989 1 Phillip DiazCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Jeffrey Kent Presenter: Same Fees: $2,455.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Phillip Diaz Case No(s): 06CR80002approvePass Action details Not available
21-2139 1 Charles TignerCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dr. John M. Fabian Presenter: Same Fees: $2,836.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): expert witness Name(s) of respondent(s): Charles Tigner Case No(s): 08CR80001approvePass Action details Not available
21-2141 1 Ralph BunchCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Johnson & Levine LLC Presenter: Kate E. Levine Fees: $3,137.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ralph Bunch Case No(s): 04CR80002approvePass Action details Not available
21-2142 1 James BarksdaleCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Johnson & Levine LLC Presenter: Michael Johnson Fees: $2,861.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): James Barksdale Case No(s): 06CR80008approvePass Action details Not available
21-2145 1 Harold VaughnCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Mark H. Kusatzky Presenter: Same Fees: $2,156.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Harold Vaughn Case No(s): 19CR80006approvePass Action details Not available
21-2153 1 Wardell JacksonCriminal DivisionAttorney/Payee: Johnson & Levine LLC Presenter: Kate Levine Fees: $2,095.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Wardell Jackson Case No(s): 15CR80005approvePass Action details Not available
21-1716 1 A. Crayton, A. Crayton (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Francine N. Green-Kelner Presenter: Same Fees: $1,751.50 Services rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): D. Chester (mother) In Re: A. Crayton, A. Crayton (minors) Case No(s): 19JA1370, 19JA1371approvePass Action details Not available
21-1788 1 V. McDonald, V. McDonald (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Debjani Desai Presenter: Same Fees: $4,600.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): V. McDonald, V. McDonald (minors) GAL In Re: V. McDonald, V. McDonald (minors) Case No(s): 20JA238, 20JA239approvePass Action details Not available
21-1857 1 G. Palacios (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $675.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): G. Palacios (minor) GAL In Re: G. Palacios (minor) Case No(s): 16JA1054approvePass Action details Not available
21-1879 1 T. Brock (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $475.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): K. Bradshaw aka S. Bey (mother) In Re: T. Brock (minor) Case No(s): 18JA00857approvePass Action details Not available
21-1880 1 L. Stallworth (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Charles J. Aron Presenter: Same Fees: $456.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tyrone Stallworth (father) In Re: L. Stallworth (minor) Case No(s): 18JA307approvePass Action details Not available
21-1881 1 K. Brown, K. Brown (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Charles J. Aron Presenter: Same Fees: $823.45 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Marty James (father) In Re: K. Brown, K. Brown (minors) Case No(s): 19JA1410, 19JA1411approvePass Action details Not available
21-1882 1 J. Diaz, K. Delgado (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $1,093.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jessica Figueroa (mother) In Re: J. Diaz, K. Delgado (minors) Case No(s): 20JA1253, 20JA1254approvePass Action details Not available
21-1883 1 T. Ball, D. McDuff, Y. McDuff, J. McDuff (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $1,575.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): T. Ball, D. McDuff, Y. McDuff, J. McDuff (minors) GAL In Re: T. Ball, D. McDuff, Y. McDuff, J. McDuff (minors) Case No(s): 16JA00091, 15JA1290, 15JA1291, 15JA1292approvePass Action details Not available
21-1886 1 L. Stanton, A. Stanton, A. Stanton, (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $493.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Latrell Stanton (father) In Re: L. Stanton, A. Stanton, A. Stanton, (minors) Case No(s): 17JA366, 18JA678, 18JA679approvePass Action details Not available
21-1887 1 A. Johnson, Jr. (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $500.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Johnson, Sr. (father) In Re: A. Johnson, Jr. (minor) Case No(s): 17JA624approvePass Action details Not available
21-1888 1 R. Griffin (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $812.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tara Huggins (mother) In Re: R. Griffin (minor) Case No(s): 14JA00020approvePass Action details Not available
21-1889 1 N. Radcliffe-Bilich (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $668.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Scott Radcliff (father) In Re: N. Radcliffe-Bilich (minor) Case No(s): 19JA01350approvePass Action details Not available
21-1899 1 A.G. (minor)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): Caprice Guy In Re: A.G. (minor) Case No(s): 20JA1012approvePass Action details Not available
21-1900 1 D. Houston (minor) GALChild Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Sabra Ebersole Presenter: Same Fees: $510.56 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): D. Houston (minor) GAL In Re: D. Houston (minor) GAL Case No(s): 20JA74approvePass Action details Not available
21-1901 1 K. Coplen, K. Coplen, K. Knight (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Crystal B. Ashley Presenter: Same Fees: $887.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Funches, R. Knight In Re: K. Coplen, K. Coplen, K. Knight (minors) Case No(s): 19JA983, 19JA984, 19JA986approvePass Action details Not available
21-1903 1 M. Chatman, M. Chatman (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $300.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Martice Chatman (father) In Re: M. Chatman, M. Chatman (minors) Case No(s): 17JA716, 17JA718approvePass Action details Not available
21-1904 1 P. Marquee Brooks (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean C. Morask Presenter: Same Fees: $793.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): P. Marquee Brooks (minor) GAL In Re: P. Marquee Brooks (minor) Case No(s): 16JA247approvePass Action details Not available
21-1905 1 I. McGrew, I. McGrew (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $306.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Douglas McGrew (father) In Re: I. McGrew, I. McGrew (minors) Case No(s): 17JA799,17JA800approvePass Action details Not available
21-1906 1 L. Howard Jr., L. Howard-Wilson (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $487.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): L. Howard Sr. (father) In Re: L. Howard Jr., L. Howard-Wilson (minors) Case No(s): 19JA115,18JA374approvePass Action details Not available
21-1908 1 J. Love, Jr. (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Maureen T. Murphy Presenter: Same Fees: $1,212.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Love, Sr. (father) In Re: J. Love, Jr. (minor) Case No(s): 16JA471approvePass Action details Not available
21-1909 1 K. Tiedeman (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ezra Hemphill Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $175.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ansu Kamara (father) In Re: K. Tiedeman (minor) Case No(s): 10JA581approvePass Action details Not available
21-1910 1 N. Wadebey, N. Wadebey (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ezra Hemphill Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $175.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Ramon Wadebey (Father) In Re: N. Wadebey, N. Wadebey (minors) Case No(s): 19JA813, 19JA812approvePass Action details Not available
21-1911 1 E. Camayo (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $668.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Luis Camayo (father) In Re: E. Camayo (minor) Case No(s): 19JA00099approvePass Action details Not available
21-1912 1 L. Willingham (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $562.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): L. Willingham (minor) GAL In Re: L. Willingham (minor) Case No(s): 17JA00471approvePass Action details Not available
21-1913 1 A. Yameen (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $562.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Yameen (minor) GAL In Re: A. Yameen (minor) Case No(s): 15JA01198approvePass Action details Not available
21-1914 1 K. McMillen, S. McMillen (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $487.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Eric McMillen (father) In Re: K. McMillen, S. McMillen (minors) Case No(s): 18JA00935, 17JA00083approvePass Action details Not available
21-1915 1 M. Ramirez (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $143.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Martin Ramires (father) In Re: M. Ramirez (minor) Case No(s): 17JA00645approvePass Action details Not available
21-1916 1 J. Malone (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Sherri Williams Presenter: Same Fees: $575.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Davoucci Chambers (father) In Re: J. Malone (minor) Case No(s): 20JA00250approvePass Action details Not available
21-1917 1 A. Fuentes (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Lawrence Necheles Presenter: Same Fees: $762.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Javier Sabillion (father) In Re: A. Fuentes (minor) Case No(s): 18JA1030approvePass Action details Not available
21-1918 1 J. Jones (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Lawrence Necheles Presenter: Same Fees: $906.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Names(s) of respondent(s): J. Jones (minor) (GAL) In Re: J. Jones (minor) Case No(s): 18JA969approvePass Action details Not available
21-1919 1 Z. Cathey (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Lawrence Necheles Presenter: Same Fees: $692.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Shamya Johnson (mother) In Re: Z. Cathey (minor) Case No(s): 16JA00298approvePass Action details Not available
21-1920 1 J. Colon (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Lawrence Necheles Presenter: Same Fees: $612.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Colon (Minor) GAL In Re: J. Colon (minor) Case No(s): 19JA00127approvePass Action details Not available
21-1947 1 C. Turcios (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $1,693.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Josue Turcios (father) In Re: C. Turcios (minor) Case No(s): 19JA454approvePass Action details Not available
21-1953 1 M. Sanchez (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marcie Claus Presenter: Same Fees: $75.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Angelica Lopez In Re: M. Sanchez (minor) Case No(s): 10JA1085approvePass Action details Not available
21-1961 1 B. Stevenson, K. Greene (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $893.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): I. Stevenson, W. Mims (fathers) In Re: B. Stevenson, K. Greene (minors) Case No(s): 20JA435, 20JA436approvePass Action details Not available
21-1962 1 V.M. (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $1,062.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): V.M. (minor) GAL In Re V.M. (minor) Case No(s): 20JA238approvePass Action details Not available
21-1971 1 M. Harper, M. Harper, D. Harper, D. Harper, D. Harper (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $768.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): D. Robinson (mother) In Re: M. Harper, M. Harper, D. Harper, D. Harper, D. Harper (minors) Case No(s): 20JA483, 20JA484, 20JA485, 20JA486, 20JA487approvePass Action details Not available
21-1972 1 B. Crain, G. Crain, S. Crain, B. Crain, Jr., C. Wood, D. Crain, A. Crain (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $631.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Hardwick (mother) In Re: B. Crain, G. Crain, S. Crain, B. Crain, Jr., C. Wood, D. Crain, A. Crain (minors) Case No(s): 17JA00286, 17JA00287, 17JA00288, 17JA00289, 17JA00290, 17JA00291, 17JA00292approvePass Action details Not available
21-1973 1 Biggins/Johnson (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean C. Morask Presenter: Same Fees: $475.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): S. Biggins (mother) In Re: Biggins/Johnson (minors) Case No(s): 18JA836; 17JA754, 17JA755approvePass Action details Not available
21-1974 1 J. Mcfield (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ezra Hemphill Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $125.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Valarie Mcfield (mother) In Re: J. Mcfield (minor) Case No(s): 20JA1255approvePass Action details Not available
21-1975 1 J. Godinez, M. Godinez (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $1,031.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Carolina Estrada (mother) In Re: J. Godinez, M. Godinez (minors) Case No(s): 20JA1283, 20JA1284approvePass Action details Not available
21-1976 1 V. Molina (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $387.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): V. Molina (father) In Re: V. Molina (minor) Case No(s): 17JA1033approvePass Action details Not available
21-1977 1 T. Graham, T. Mixon (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $818.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Graham (mother) In Re: T. Graham, T. Mixon (minors) Case No(s): 19JA20, 19JA21approvePass Action details Not available
21-1978 1 A. Arteaga (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $562.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Juan Arteaga (father) In Re: A. Arteaga (minor) Case No(s): 18JA717approvePass Action details Not available
21-1979 1 J. Hernandez, E. Hernandez (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Stephen Jaffe Presenter: Same Fees: $575.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jose Hernandez Olvera (father) In Re: J. Hernandez, E. Hernandez (minors) Case No(s): 19JA744, 19JA745approvePass Action details Not available
21-1982 1 I. Loza, M. Loza Perea (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Gilbert C. Schumm Presenter: Same Fees: $962.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jonathan Loza In Re: I. Loza, M. Loza Perea (minors) Case No(s): 20JA1212, 20JA1213approvePass Action details Not available
21-1983 1 P. Sims (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $287.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Shavaugn Sims (mother) In Re: P. Sims (minor) Case No(s): 19JA00306approvePass Action details Not available
21-1984 1 J. Oliver (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $237.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Jose Oliver (father) In Re: J. Oliver (minor) Case No(s): 18JA01170approvePass Action details Not available
21-1985 1 A. Jackson (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $218.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): A. Jackson (minor) GAL In Re: A. Jackson (minor) Case No(s): 18JA00363approvePass Action details Not available
21-1986 1 T. Jackson (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $787.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s):legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): T. Jackson (minor) GAL In Re: T. Jackson (minor) Case No(s): 18JA00466approvePass Action details Not available
21-1988 1 Y. Osterling (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Monica M. Torres Presenter: Same Fees: $293.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Miguel Osterling (father) In Re: Y. Osterling (minor) Case No(s): 17JA1200approvePass Action details Not available
21-1990 1 A. Salvatierra (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $1,275.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): J. Hernandez In Re: A. Salvatierra (minor) Case No(s): 20JA1206approvePass Action details Not available
21-1992 1 M. Johnson (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Paul D. Katz, Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $656.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): M. Johnson (minor) GAL In Re: M. Johnson (minor) Case No(s): 20JA00525approvePass Action details Not available
21-1995 1 A. Boike (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Sabra Ebersole Presenter: Same Fees: $395.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): R. Diaz (Parent) In Re: A. Boike (minor) Case No(s): 19JA248approvePass Action details Not available
21-1996 1 K. Hughes, M. Hughes, K. Hughes (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Sherri Williams Presenter: Same Fees: $1,368.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Paul Hughes (father) In Re: K. Hughes, M. Hughes, K. Hughes (minors) Case No(s): 20JA00880, 20JA00881, 20JA00883approvePass Action details Not available
21-2000 1 S. Stevkov (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Steven Silets Presenter: Same Fees: $262.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Stephen Stevko (father) In Re: S. Stevkov (minor) Case No(s): 15JA816approvePass Action details Not available
21-2001 1 N.D., K.R. (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Marv Raidbard Presenter: Same Fees: $975.00 Service rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): N.D., K.R. (minors) GAL In Re: N.D., K.R. (minors) Case No(s): 14JA329, 14JA330approvePass Action details Not available
21-2002 1 D. Frazier, D. Frazier (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): Maranda Ricks (mother) In Re: D. Frazier, D. Frazier (minors) Case No(s): 20JA01156, 29JA01157approvePass Action details Not available
21-2003 1 J. Youngblood (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ezra Hemphill Attorney at Law Presenter: Same Fees: $125.00 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Rodney Young (father) In Re: J. Youngblood (minor) Case No(s): 20JA00217approvePass Action details Not available
21-2004 1 K. Kowalczyk (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): Karol Kowalczyk (father) In Re: K. Kowalczyk (minor) Case No(s): 19JA98approvePass Action details Not available
21-2005 1 V. Watkins (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Donna L. Ryder Presenter: Same Fees: $411.95 Service rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Vinson Grace (father) In Re: V. Watkins (minor) Case No(s): 20JA218approvePass Action details Not available
21-2006 1 C. Hill (minors)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Ellen J Morris Attorney At Law Presenter: Same Fees: $725.00 Services Rendered for court appointed representation of Indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Tatyana Hill In Re: C. Hill (minors) Case No(s): 17JA1153, 17JA1154, 17JA1156, 21JA0004approvePass Action details Not available
21-2007 1 H. Colford (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $262.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): H. Colford (minor) GAL In Re: H. Colford (minor) Case No(s): 13JA00968approvePass Action details Not available
21-2008 1 S. Jones (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $112.50 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Anthony Jones (father) In Re: S. Jones (minor) Case No(s): 17JA01316approvePass Action details Not available
21-2009 1 A. Woods (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $693.75 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Persue Woods (mother) In Re: A. Woods (minor) Case No(s): 18JA00808approvePass Action details Not available
21-2010 1 S. Smith (minor)Child Protection DivisionAttorney/Payee: Dean N. Bastounes Presenter: Same Fees: $431.25 Service Rendered for court-appointed representation of indigent respondent(s): legal representation Name(s) of respondent(s): Albert Clarence Woods (father) In Re: S. Smith (minor) Case No(s): 20JA00702approvePass Action details Not available