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Meeting Name: Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/7/2022 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Cook County Building, Board Room, 118 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois (Board Room Closed to Public - Meeting Virtual for Public)
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22-2558 1 Justice System Partners, South Easton, MassachusettsContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Justice Advisory Council Vendor: Justice System Partners, South Easton, Massachusetts Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Technical Assistance Contract Value: $270,332.00 Contract period: 4/8/2022 - 12/31/2022 2023 with two (2) one-year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $157,694, FY 2023 $112,638 Accounts: 11900.1205.54065.520830 Contract Number(s): 2218-03181 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Justice Advisory Council seeks to establish a contract for technical assistance with changes to pre-trial policy, practices, and operations required under the SAFE-T Act. Significant cross-agency planning and collaboration are required to successfully implement these changes and the proposed contract includes, but is not limited to, services for facilitating meetings, strategy development support, and technical assistance coordination for planning and impleapprove as amended in the errataPass Action details Not available
22-2649 1 Surviving Spouse Tax AbatementsOrdinancePROPOSED ORDINANCE SURVIVING SPOUSE TAX ABATEMENTS WHEREAS, on September 5, 2019 the Cook County Board of Commissioners passed the Surviving Spouse Tax Abatement Ordinance which can be found in Section 74-47 of the Cook County Code of Ordinances; and WHEREAS, the Surviving Spouse Tax Abatement permitted the application to the Cook County Board of Review ("Board of Review") for the abatement or rebate of Cook County's portion of property taxes levied on a qualified property for surviving spouses of a fallen police officer, soldier or rescue worker in accordance with 35 ILCS 200/18-178; and WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 74-47 of the Cook County Code of Ordinances, the Board of Review developed an application process in which surviving spouses of a of a fallen police officer, soldier or rescue worker in accordance with 35 ILCS 200/18-178 could request an abatement or rebate of Cook County’s portion of property taxes levied on a qualified property; and WHEREAS, the Board of Review has received applications for property tax abatements or rebates in accordance with suspend the rulesPass Action details Not available
22-2649 1 Surviving Spouse Tax AbatementsOrdinancePROPOSED ORDINANCE SURVIVING SPOUSE TAX ABATEMENTS WHEREAS, on September 5, 2019 the Cook County Board of Commissioners passed the Surviving Spouse Tax Abatement Ordinance which can be found in Section 74-47 of the Cook County Code of Ordinances; and WHEREAS, the Surviving Spouse Tax Abatement permitted the application to the Cook County Board of Review ("Board of Review") for the abatement or rebate of Cook County's portion of property taxes levied on a qualified property for surviving spouses of a fallen police officer, soldier or rescue worker in accordance with 35 ILCS 200/18-178; and WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 74-47 of the Cook County Code of Ordinances, the Board of Review developed an application process in which surviving spouses of a of a fallen police officer, soldier or rescue worker in accordance with 35 ILCS 200/18-178 could request an abatement or rebate of Cook County’s portion of property taxes levied on a qualified property; and WHEREAS, the Board of Review has received applications for property tax abatements or rebates in accordance with approve as amended in the errataPass Action details Not available
22-2581 1 Bills and Claims ReportReportREPORT Department: Comptroller Report Title: Bills and Claims Report Report Period: 2/28/2022 - 3/14/2022 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 Not available
22-2400 1 COVID-19 CrisisGrant 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 Crisis Grant Grant Amount: $3,155,461.00 Grant Period: 1/1/2022-6/30/2023 Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: N/A Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: The COVID-19 Crisis Grant will fund the Cook County Department of Public Health to establish, expand, train, and sustain the public health workforce to support jurisdictional COVID-19 prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery initiatives. CDC expects public health agencies to use available funding to recruit, hire, and train personnel to address projected jurisdictional COVID-19 response needs over the performance period, including hiring personnel to build capacity to address public health priorities deriving from COVID-19.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2402 1 COVID-19 ResponseGrant 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 Response Grant Grant Amount: $3,500,000.00 Grant Period: 1/1/2022-12/31/2022 Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: N/A Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: This grant program will help prevent transmission of COVID-19 through the continuation of response efforts and activities within local communities to support numerous COVID-19 response activities, including surveillance, epidemiology (case investigation and contact tracing), testing and laboratory capacity, infection control, mitigation, resource coordination, communications, and other related activities.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2479 1 IL Family PlanningGrant Award RenewalPROPOSED GRANT AWARD RENEWAL Department: Cook County Health Grantee: Cook County Health Grantor: Illinois Department of Public Health Request: Authorization to renew grant Purpose: Illinois Family Planning Grant Amount: $833,000.00 Grant Period: 7/1/2021 - 6/30/2022 Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: N/A Most Recent Date of Board Authorization for Grant: 12/20/2019 Most Recent Grant Amount: $1,308,000.00 Concurrences: The Budget Department has received all requisite documents and determined the fiscal impact on Cook County, if any. Summary: The IL Family Planning Grant will continue to allow Cook County Health to provide unmet family planning needs of individuals of reproductive age in Illinois below the federal poverty level as well as those slightly above the federal poverty level, and to provide access to those with special needs such as adolescents. Family planning services enable individuals to freely determine the number and spacing of their children.approvePass Action details Not available
22-0572 1 AVI Systems, Inc., Arlington Heights, IllinoisContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Bureau of Administration Vendor: AVI Systems, Inc., Arlington Heights, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Cable TV Equipment Maintenance and Repair Original Contract Period: 4/5/2019 - 4/4/2021, with two (2), one (1) year renewal option Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 4/5/2022 - 4/4/2023 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $104,360.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Procurement, 4/5/2019, $104,360.00 Increase Requested: $34,500.00 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): 4/5/2021, $34,100.00 Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 4/5/2021, (4/5/2021 - 4/4/2022) Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY 2022 $34,500 FY 2023 $0.00 Accounts: 11000.1490.33830.520240 CapprovePass Action details Not available
22-1454 1 Intergovernmental Agreement with the CTA for an IIC projectIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Phase II Engineering Location: Town of Cicero, Illinois Section: 21-IICTR-00-EG Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 16 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $401,550.00 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 Chicago Transit Authority (CTA). The CTA will be the lead agency for Phase II engineering of Cicero Avenue Grade Crossing Enhancement Project. The County will reimburse the CTA for its share of Phase II engineering costs.approvePass Action details Not available
22-1997 1 Contract for Pavement Preservation and Rehabilitation Program (PPRP)– North 2021, Contract No.: 2115-10272Contract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Arrow Road Construction Company, Elk Grove Village, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): PAVEMENT PRESERVATION AND REHABILITATION PROGRAM - NORTH 2021 Location: Euclid Avenue at North Wolf Road Central Road - New Wilke Road to Arlington Heights Road Schaumburg Road - Meacham Road to Martingale Road Schaumburg Road - Sutton Road to East Avenue Euclid Avenue - Roselle Road to Plum Grove Road Nerge Road - Roselle Road to Rohlwing Road Roselle Road - Euclid Avenue to Palatine Road Section: 20-PPRPN-00-PV Contract Value: $13,470,383.31 Contract period: 4/21/2022 - 11/21/2025 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $10,776,306.65, FY 2023 $2,694,076.66 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019; Rebuild Illinois Bond: 1300.1500.29152.560019 Contract Number(s): 2115-10272 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owneapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2194 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC with the Village of NIlesIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): Village of Niles, Illinois Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement. Goods or Services: Construction and Construction Engineering Location: Village of Niles, Illinois Section: 21-IICBP-08-BT Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 9, 13 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $225,000.00 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 Niles. The village will be the lead agency for construction and construction engineering of North Branch Trail Connection Project. The County will reimburse the Village for its share of construction and construction engineering costs.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2286 1 Contract for co number 2038-18464A Preliminary Engineering Services for Kedzie Avenue: Vollmer Road to 159th StreetContract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Patrick Engineering, Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): Preliminary Engineering and Environmental (Phase I) Services for Kedzie Avenue from Vollmer Road to 159th Street Location: Village of Flossmoor, Village of Hazel Crest, Village of Homewood, City of Markham, and Village of Olympia Fields, Illinois Section: 16-W4606-00-EG Contract Value: $2,793,733.00 Contract period: 5/1/2022 - 4/30/2025 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $500,000.00, FY 2023 $1,250,000.00 FY 24 $750,000.00 FY 25 $293,733.00 Accounts: Rebuild IL Bond Program: 11300.1500.29152.560019 Contract Number(s): 2038-18464A 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 approvePass Action details Not available
22-2287 1 Contract for co number 2038-18464B Preliminary Engineering Services for Sauk Village Multi-Use PathContract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: BLA, Inc., Itasca, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): Preliminary Engineering and Environmental (Phase I) Services for Sauk Village Multi-Use Path Location: Village of Sauk Village and Village of Steger, Illinois Section: 19-IICBP-09-ES Contract Value: $552,718.00 Contract period: 5/15/2022 - 5/14/2024 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $200,000.00, FY 2023 $300,000.00, FY 2024 $52,718.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax: 11300.1500.29150.560019 Contract Number(s): 2038-18464B Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Contract between the County and BLA, Inc., Itasca, Illinois. Under this contract, BLA, Inc. will approvePass Action details Not available
22-2288 1 Contract for Signage Countywide 2022-2025 Contract Number: 2115-11192Contract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Western Remac, Inc., Woodridge, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): Signage Countywide 2022-2025 Location: Countywide Section: 25-8SIGN-00-GM Contract Value: $2,285,760.00 Contract period: 4/7/2022 - 4/6/2025 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $600,000.00; FY 2023 $775,000.00; FY 2024 $775,000.00; FY 2025 $135,760.00 Accounts: 11300.1500.29150.540370 Contract Number(s): 2115-11192 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Contract between the County and Western Remac, Inc., Woodridge, Illinois. This contract is for general maintenance services to be provided for the furnishing and installation of roadway signs approvePass Action details Not available
22-2289 1 Contract for Pavement Markings Countywide 2022-2025Contract (Highway)PROPOSED CONTRACT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department(s): Transportation and Highways Vendor: Preform Traffic Control Systems, Ltd., Elk Grove Village, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute contract. Good(s) or Service(s): Pavement Markings Countywide 2022-2025 Location: Countywide Section: 25-8MARK-00-GM Contract Value: $7,745,100.00 Contract period: 4/7/2022 - 4/6/2025 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $2,500,000.00; FY 2023 $2,500,000.00; FY 2024 $2,500,000.00; FY 2025 $245,100.00 Accounts: 11300.1500.29150.540370 Contract Number(s): 2115-11193 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Contract between the County and Preform Traffic Control Systems, Ltd., Elk Grove Village, Illinois. This contract is for general maintenance services approvePass Action details Not available
22-2320 1 Monthly Status Report for Construction - March 2022ReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Report Title: Bureau of Construction Status Report Report Period: 3/1/2022 - 3/31/2022 Action: Receive and File Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests that the status report be received and filed for Construction for the month of March 2022.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2322 1 Supplemental Improvement Resolution for Kedzie Avenue - Vollmer Road to 159th StreetSupplemental Improvement Resolution (Highway)PROPOSED SUPPLEMENTAL IMPROVEMENT RESOLUTION (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Project Type: Motor Fuel Tax Project Request: Approval of Proposed Supplemental Improvement Resolution Project: Kedzie Avenue - Vollmer Road to 159th Street Location: Villages of Flossmoor, Hazel Crest, Homewood and Markham, Illinois Section: 16-W4606-00-EG County Board District: 5 Centerline Mileage: 5.0 miles Fiscal Impact: $2,500,000.00 Accounts: Motor Fuel Tax Fund(s): 11300.1500.29152.560019 Board Approved Date and Amount: 8/3/2016, $825,000.00 Increased Amount: $2,500,000.00 Total Adjusted Amount: $3,325,000.00 Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the proposed Supplemental Improvement Resolution for work being done in the Villages of Flossmoor, Hazel Crest, Homewood and Markham. The additional funding will go towards the preliminary engineering and environmental (Phase I) study for the improvement of Kedzie Avenue from Vollmer Road to 159th StrapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2323 1 Fair Transit South Cook Report for January 2021 to January 2022ReportREPORT Department: Transportation and Highways Report Title: Fair Transit South Cook Report Period: January 2021 to January 2022 Action: Refer to Transportation Committee Summary: The Department of Transportation and Highways respectfully requests approval of the Report: Fair Transit, to be referred to the Transportation Committee for further discussion and a presentation. The Fair Transit South Cook is an innovative three-year pilot program that launched in January 2021 and is spearheaded by the Department. In partnership with Metra and Pace, the program reduced fares by approximately 50% on the Metra Electric (ME) and Rock Island (RI) lines as well as increasing service on Pace Route 352 Halsted by 25% and adding trains on the ME and RI. The Department has completed a first-year report for the program and would like to present on the findings at the Transportation Committee. A particular focus of the committee’s discussion will be on the next phase of the pilot program to implement seamless transfers across transit agencies.referPass Action details Not available
22-2327 1 Intergovernmental Agreement for IIC with Palos HeightsIntergovernmental Agreement (Highway)PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT (TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAYS) Department: Transportation and Highways Other Part(ies): City of Palos Heights, Illinois Request: Approval of proposed Intergovernmental Agreement Goods or Services: Construction and Construction Engineering Location: City of Palos Heights, Illinois Section: 21-IICBP-11-SW Centerline Mileage: N/A County Board District: 6, 17 Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: One-time agreement Fiscal Impact: $60,000.00 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 Palos Heights. The City will be the lead agency for construction and construction engineering of the Ridgeland Avenue Signal and Sidewalk Improvement Project. The County will reimburse the City for its share of construction and construction engineering costs.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2415 1 Primera Engineers, Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Primera Engineers, Ltd., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Architectural and Engineering Services for Countywide Camera Project - Phase 2 Contract Value: $1,160,035.00 Contract period: 5/1/2022 - 4/30/2024 with one (1) one-year renewal option Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $400,000.00, FY 2023 $500,000.00, FY 2024 $290,650.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2038-18382 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 Capital Planning and Policy is requesting authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute a contract with Primera Engineers, Ltd. Vendor will provide full assessment, design, and construction administration services referPass Action details Not available
22-1873 1 Anderson ElevatorContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Facilities Management and Cook County Health and Hospital Systems Vendor: Southern Industries d/b/a Anderson Elevator Co., Broadview, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Maintenance and Repair for Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Wheelchair Lifts and Related Equipment Contract Value: $10,478,147.00 Contract period: 5/1/2022 - 4/30/2025 with one (1), two (2) year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: DFM - FY22 $1,481,400.00, FY23 $2,342,100.00, FY24 $2,342,100.00, FY25 $860,712.00 Stroger - FY22 $452,207.00, FY23 $775,212.00, FY24 $775,212.00, FY25 $323,030.00 Provident - FY22 $145,957.00, FY23 $250,212.00, FY24 $250,212.00, FY25 $104,280.00 CHHS Clinics - FY22 $73,010.00, FY23 125,160.00, FY24 $125,160.00, FY25 $52,183.00 Accounts: DFM - 11100.1200.12355.540350 Stroger - 41225.4897.17775.540350 Provident - 41210.4891.17775.520390 Clinics - 41215.4893.17775.540370 Contract Number(s): 2045-18352 ConcapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2424 1 Blind Vendors MOU AmendmentMiscellaneous Item of BusinessPROPOSED MISCELLANEOUS ITEM OF BUSINESS Department: Department of Real Estate Management Summary: Requesting approval of a First Amendment to Memorandum of Understanding to allow blind vendors to operate vending facilities at additional County facilities. The 2019 Memorandum of Understanding being amended was entered into pursuant to the statutory mandates set forth in the Blind Vendors Act, 20 ILCS 2421/1 et seq., for the operation of vending machines and concession stands for newspapers, beverages and foodstuffs at various County facilities and commenced January 1st, 2020. The program is sponsored by the State of Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Rehabilitation Services, Business Enterprise Program for the Blind, referred to as (DHS/DRS/BEPH) and works with governmental bodies to provide economic opportunities for visually impaired individuals. The Cook County Department of Public Health has approved the “Healthy Vending” approach proposed by this vendor and will continue to work with the vendor to maximize sales of healthy snacks. Details are: LicensorapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2474 1 IGA IL Central Management ServicesIntergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: County Department of Real Estate Management Other Part(ies): State of Illinois Department of Central Management Services Request: Request to Enter Intergovernmental Agreement Goods or Services: Use of Office Space at 69 W. Washington Street Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: 5/1/2022 - 4/30/2027 Fiscal Impact: Revenue Generating Accounts: N/A Summary: Requesting approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between the County of Cook, a body politic and corporate, as Landlord, and State of Illinois Department of Central Management Services, establishing a five (5) year term for leased office space representing the entire 35th floor of the George W. Dunne Office Building at 69 West Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois. This agreement will supersede and extend the current lease agreement with State of Illinois Department of Central Management Services for the same space, while providing desired alterations to the space. The proposed base rental terms will remain at prevailing market approvePass Action details Not available
22-2568 1 Benziger LLCResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Benziger 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: Benziger LLC Address: 700 Touhy Ave., Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Elk Grove Cook County District: 15 District Permanent Index Number: 08-27-303-076-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Elk Grove Resolution Number 62-19 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Eight (8) 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 ClassireferPass Action details Not available
22-2569 1 Martin Lane Group, IncResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Martin Lane Group, 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: Martin Lane Group, Inc Address: 200 Martin Lane, Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007 Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Elk Grove Cook County District: 15th District Permanent Index Number: 08-22-102-224-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Elk Grove Resolution Number 77-19 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 14 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use - assembly, warehousing, and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County CreferPass Action details Not available
22-2570 1 Harvey Real Estate IncResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Harvey Real Estate 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: Harvey Real Estate Inc. Address: 15325 Dixie Highway, Harvey, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: City of Harvey Cook County District: 5th District Permanent Index Number: 29-18-111-024-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Harvey, Resolution Number 2866 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: One week vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial use - Gas Station, minimart Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Classification System for Assessment dereferPass Action details Not available
22-2571 1 Actuation Group Inc.Resolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Actuation Group 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: Actuation Group Inc. Address: 16660 S. Canal Street, South Holland, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of South Holland Cook County District: 6th District Permanent Index Number: 29-21-317-019-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of South Holland approved August 3, 2020 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Number of months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial Use - manufacturing and distribution Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook CountyreferPass Action details Not available
22-2632 1 Old Orchard Urban Limited PartnershipResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION Old Orchard Urban Limited Partnership 7b PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 7b application containing the following information: Applicant: Old Orchard Urban Limited Partnership Address: 4847 Old Orchard Shopping Center, Skokie, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Niles Cook County District: 13th District Permanent Index Number: 10-09-411-074-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Skokie, Resolution No. 21-12-R-1517 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: More than 24 months Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial use - retail Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: N/A Commercial use WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 7b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the CookreferPass Action details Not available
22-2620 1  Transfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Request: To approve a budget transfer between accounts within the Office of the Chief Judge Reason: To facilitate capital equipment purchases, which will be reimbursed by the Illinois Supreme Court in 2022 through its “Illinois Court Technology Modernization Program” From Account(s): 11100.1310.10155.580380, ($1,567,547.17), Credit, Appropriation Adjustments To Account(s): 11100.1310.21120.560225, $1,314,399.39 (Computer Equipment) 11100.1310.35095.520830, $207,454.00 (Professional Services) 11100.1310.35095.530705, $45,693.78 (Supplies) Total Amount of Transfer: $1,567,547.17 On what date did it become apparent that the receiving account would require an infusion of funds in order to meet current obligations? What was the balance in the account on that date, and what was the balance 30 days prior to that date? The court learned that the AOIC would reimburse the purchase of the equipment in March 2022, which necessitates the proposed funds transferapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2395 1 CHANGE IN BANK SIGNATORIES RESOLUTIONResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CHANGE IN BANK SIGNATORIES RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has the legal authority to authorize departments and offices to open and maintain checking and savings accounts at various banks; and WHEREAS, it is now necessary to update those persons who are authorized signers on the restitution account maintained for the Circuit Court of Cook County’s Juvenile Probation and Court Services Department. WHEREAS, it is now necessary to update those persons who are authorized signers on the petty cash account maintained for the Circuit Court of Cook County’s Juvenile Probation and Court Services Department; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Cook County Board of Commissioners does hereby endorse that the accounts maintained for restitution and petty cash at the Northern Trust Bank be updated; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the following persons are authorized to sign checks and that the signatories of at least two (2) of these person shall be required on each check: 1. Donna Neal, Director of Human Resources, Juvenile ProbatapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2000 1 Electronic Case Management and Docket SystemContract Amendment (Technology)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (TECHNOLOGY) Department(s): Clerk of the Circuit Court Vendor: Tyler Technologies Inc., Plano, Texas Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Electronic Court Docket and Case Management System Original Contract Period: 4/9/2017 - 4/8/2021, with two (2) three-year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 4/9/2022 - 4/8/2024 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $36,449,035.00 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 4/12/2017, $36,449,035.00 Increase Requested: $4,441,583.74 Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 4/9/2021 - 4/8/2022 Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: FY2022; $2,050,065.88 ($533,385.88, 11100.1335.13945.540135) ($1,681,680.00; 11286.1335.60162.540135); FY 202approve as amended in the errataPass Action details Not available
22-2330 1 Transfer of Funds - Tech ModernizationTransfer of FundsPROPOSED TRANSFER OF FUNDS Department: Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County Request: Transfer of Funds Reason: To facilitate capital equipment purchases, which will be reimbursed by the Illinois Supreme Court in 2022 through its “Illinois Court Technology Modernization” Program. From Account(s): 11100.1335.11570.580380 - $1,161,063.75 - (Credit, Appropriation Adjustments) To Account(s): 11100.1335.21120.560225 - $1,109,662.40 - (Computer Equipment); 11100.1335.13945.540135 - $51,401.35 - (Working Capital - Maintenance of Data Processing Equipment) Total Amount of Transfer: $1,161,063.75 On what date did it become apparent that the receiving account would require an infusion of funds in order to meet current obligations? What was the balance in the account on that date, and what was the balance 30 days prior to that date? The Clerk of the Circuit Court learned that the AOIC would reimburse the purchase of the equipment in March 2022, which necessitates the proposed funds transfer. How was the account used for the source of transferred fundsapprovePass Action details Not available
22-0707 1 Institute of Compliance and Learning, Inc. (ICL), Chicago, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): County Clerk Vendor: Institute of Compliance and Learning, Inc. (ICL), Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Financial and Operational Risk Assessment and Process Improvement Plans for Vital Records, Real Estate and Taxes, Recording Division and the Election/Ethics Divisions Contract Value: $288,000.00 Contract period: 5/1/2022 - 4/30/2023 with one (1), one-year renewal option Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $216,000.00 FY 2023 $72,000.00 Accounts: 11000-1110-35610-520840 Contract Number(s): 2205-12282 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: The purpose of this contract is for the vendor to conduct an in-depth finance review and financial and operational risk assessments and process improvement plans for Vital Records, Real Estate and Tax Services, Recording Division and Election/Ethics Divisions. In addition, the vendor willapprovePass Action details Not available
22-0840 1 Ford VehiclesContract Amendment (Vehicle Acquisition)PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT (VEHICLE ACQUISITION) Department(s): Cook County Sheriff’s Office, Cook County Bureau of Administration, Cook County Department of Revenue, Cook County Department of Juvenile Probation, Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways, Cook County Health and Hospitals, Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court Vendor: Sutton Ford, Matteson, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew and increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Ford Vehicles Original Contract Period: 6/1/2021- 5/31/2022, with one (1), one (1) year renewal option Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal and Increase Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 6/1/2022 - 5/31/2023 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $1,207,878.76 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 5/13/2021, $1,207,878.76 Increase Requested: $593,420.12 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 PrevapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2196 1 IGA- Oakridge CemeteryInteragency AgreementPROPOSED INTERAGENCY AGREEMENT Department(s): Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department Other Part(ies): Oakridge-Glen Oak Cemetery Request: Authorization to enter into an Interagency Agreement Good(s) or Service(s): Hireback Police Services provided by the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department (“CCSPD”) Agreement period: April 15, 2022 - October 31, 2022 Fiscal Impact: None- Revenue Neutral Accounts: N/A Agreement Number(s): N/A Summary/Notes: As part of this agreement, the Sheriff’s Office will assign two (2) uniformed CCSPD officers and two (2) police cars to provide Extra Duty Police services to Oakridge-Glen Oak Cemetery. Under this agreement, the Oakridge-Glen Oak Cemetery agrees to pay the CCSPD a rate of $60.00 per hour for police services rendered by the CCSPD Extra Duty Officers. Said payment shall be used by the CCSPD to pay a stipend of $50.00 per hour, with no additional benefits or compensation, to the assigned Extra Duty Officers and $10.00 per hour to reimburse CCSPD for the cost of police administration and the use of theapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2305 1 Grant Amendment- Bureau of JusticeGrant Award AmendmentPROPOSED GRANT AWARD AMENDMENT Department: Cook County Sheriff’s Office Grantee: Cook County Sheriff’s Office Grantor: Bureau of Justice Assistance Request: Authorization to extend and increase Purpose: The overall strategy of the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding program, implemented by the Cook County Sheriff’s Office is to provide grant-funded personnel to identify alternative housing partnerships and engage in ongoing support for detainees re-entering the community from the Cook County Department of Corrections, while navigating COVID-19 obstacles. The grant will fund four (4) Reentry Care Coordinators that will work with community agencies to coordinate service delivery, recipient care plans, and referrals for service recipients. Funds will support housing services through subrecipients and partnerships to address housing needs. Funding would help the CCSO and its partners to offer housing services that have not been available due to costs or other restrictions, and to meet the practical needs of individuals leaving CCDOC custody. Supplemental GrapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2421 1 Autoagent Data Solutions, Boca Raton, FloridaContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Cook County Treasurer Vendor: Autoagent Data Solutions, Boca Raton, Florida Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Property Tax Payment Platform Contract Value: $0.00 Contract period: 4/7/2022 - 4/6/2025 4/18/2022 - 4/17/2025 with two (2) one-year renewal options Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $0.00, FY 2023 $0.00, FY 2024 $0.00, FY 2025 $0.00 Accounts: N/A Contract Number(s): 2214-01241 Concurrences: The contract-specific goal set on this contract was zero. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: Autoagent is a Patented web-based property tax collection portal designed to simplify escrow and bulk property tax processing and payments from mortgage lenders, tax services, property managers and large private payers. This service is free of charge to the Treasurer's Office and will streamline the entire escrow and bulk property tax payment process. Autoagent generates revenue which are paid by national tax servicing companies that utilize tapprove as amended in the errataPass Action details Not available
22-2372 1 THE HONORABLE SUSANNE GROEBNER, IN MEMORIAMConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION THE HONORABLE SUSANNE GROEBNER, IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS, The Honorable Susanne Groebner was a cherished wife, mother, sister, daughter, colleague, and friend; and WHEREAS, Susanne was the beloved wife to Bob Groebner; and WHEREAS, Susanne’s proudest title was that of Mom to Isabella, Bobby, and Abigail; and WHEREAS, Susanne was a loved daughter of Mary Ann and the late John Barloga and sister and sister-in-law to John and Janeen Barloga and Christine and Braidy Miller; and WHEREAS, Susanne was the proud aunt to many nieces and nephews; and WHEREAS, Susanne was born Sept. 3, 1975, in Clio, Michigan, a small town north of Flint. At Clio Area High School, she played French horn in the marching band and also played piano; and WHEREAS, she graduated from Central Michigan University and DePaul University’s College of Law, then was hired by the Cook County state’s attorney’s office, where she met her future husband; and WHEREAS, colleagues of Susanne described her as a dedicated public servant that was fair and worked hard in the pursuit of justapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2429 1 HONORING THE LIFE OF YVONNE CISCO, EDUCATOR, COMMUNITY LEADER, AND FOUR TIME CANCER SURVIVOR,Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF YVONNE CISCO, EDUCATOR, COMMUNITY LEADER, AND FOUR TIME CANCER SURVIVOR WHEREAS, Yvonne Cisco was born on February 25, 1947, in Louisville, Kentucky to the union of Catherine Cash and George Hipps; and WHEREAS, Yvonne graduated from Hyde Park High School, earned her Associate Degree from Woodrow Wilson (Kennedy-King) College; her Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education from Illinois State University in 1972; and WHEREAS, Yvonne spent the next 12 years teaching in the cities of Los Angeles and Chicago; and WHEREAS, After years of teaching, Yvonne decided focused her educational career on social work, health advocacy and later earned her Master of Science in Human Services Administration from Spertus University and a Doctorate of Christian Education in Administration from Pepperdine University ; and WHEREAS, Yvonne was a longtime resident of Cook County, residing in Oak Park, Illinois; and WHEREAS, Yvonne’s creativity in educational institutions yielded bicultural instructional programs for day care centers, child devapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2547 1 Wilmette DayConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROCLAIMING SEPTEMBER 19, 2022 VILLAGE OF WILMETTE DAY IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, on September 19, 2022, the Village of Wilmette, Cook County, Illinois will celebrate its 150th anniversary; and WHEREAS, multiple events throughout the year will celebrate the Sesquicentennial and reflect on its history, including: the annual House Walk in May, this year with a Sesquicentennial theme; a children's scavenger hunt in the summer; Auto Historica’s vintage car show in September; and a photography exhibit in October featuring photographs submitted by Wilmette photographers supporting the theme, "Bringing Wilmette Together;" and WHEREAS, a special Memorial Day ceremony at the conclusion of a Unity March will recognize the 110 Wilmette men and women who gave their lives in service to our country from the American Civil War through peacekeeping efforts during the Lebanese civil war, identifying them by name, and honoring them for their sacrifice; and WHEREAS, February 12, 2022 featured a Sesquicentennial Winterfest with a DJ and live ice sculpting events throughoapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2549 1 Resolution Honoring Susan Garcia TrieschmannConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING SUSAN GARCIA TRIESCHMANN FOR HER SERVICE TO THE EVANSTON COMMUNITY WHEREAS, after a decade of teaching restaurant and life skills to more than 500 young people, Susan Trieschmann, a founder and executive director of Curt’s Café has announced that she will depart the enterprise later this year. Curt’s Café founded in 2012 is a workforce training program whose motto is “Dine with a Purpose. Enjoy great food and help build community;” and WHEREAS, Susan began working in food service at the age of 13. She became the Director of Catering at the legendary Pump Room before becoming an original owner and 25-year partner of Food for Thought Enterprise. Under her leadership the company grew from a small catering business into a food service industry specializing in upscale catering and café food service management; and WHEREAS, Susan got the idea to start Curt’s when she enrolled in a social justice course while working on a business degree. The course introduced her to the concept of restorative justice, which seeks to restore wholeness to victims and approvePass Action details Not available
22-2550 1 Resolution Recognizing the Assyrian New YearConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ASSYRIAN NEW YEAR WHEREAS, the day of April 1 annually is celebrated as the Assyrian New Year, also known as Kha b'Nissan or Akitu. The Assyrian New Year is not only the first day of the new year, but also marks the start of spring and serves as a symbol of revival; and WHEREAS, according to the Assyrian Policy Institute, more than 600,000 Assyrian-Americans live in the United States. Illinois is home to more than 80,000 Assyrian-Americans, the vast majority of whom live in Cook County; and WHEREAS, Assyrians are a transnational ethnic group indigenous to parts of northern Iraq, northwestern Iran, southeastern Turkey, and northeast Syria. They form a distinctive community, united through ethnicity, language, and a culture that constitutes one of the oldest continuous traditions in the world. In their various countries of origin, the governing authorities historically infringed on the cultural and linguistic rights of Assyrians and prohibited public celebrations of the Assyrian New Year; and approvePass Action details Not available
22-2660 1 BLACK MATERNAL HEALTH WEEK AND 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, officially recognized by the White House on April 13th, 2021, 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 approvePass Action details Not available
22-2661 1 National Therapy Animal Day ResolutionConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROCLAIMING APRIL 30, 2022, AS “NATIONAL THERAPY ANIMAL DAY” IN COOK COUNTY 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, including in Cook County, and they play an essential role in improving human health and well-being through the human-animal bond; 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 make millions of visits per year in settings such as hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and hospice care settings, and interact with a variety of peopapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2662 1 South Suburban College Men’s Basketball ResolutionConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE SOUTH SUBURBAN COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM ON THEIR NJCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WHEREAS, on March 19, 2022, the South Suburban College Men’s Basketball Team won the National Junior Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II National Championship; and WHEREAS, the Bulldogs 2021-2022 roster included: Damarco Minor, Nmesomachi Nnebedum, Damontae Taylor, Camron Donatlan, Greg Cavette, Chris Smith, Jonathon Brundidge, Osiris Atisso, Nuri Knighten, Cameron Bartmann, Dominykas Romonas, Christian Heffner, and Jordan Wood led by Head Coach John Pigatti and Assistant Coach Fabian Chatman; and WHEREAS, the Bulldogs completed a historic season, going undefeated with a 33-0 record, capped off with the national title and becoming the first unbeaten champion in NJCAA Division II history; and WHEREAS, the top-seeded Bulldogs defeated Davidson-Davie Community College of North Carolina 79-63 in Danville, Illinois to secure their first national championship in the school’s history; and WHEREAS, the Bulldogs overcame a scare in the Region 4approvePass Action details Not available
22-2682 1 Honoring The Life of Dr. Yvonne Lee- WilsonConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF DR. YVONNE LEE - WILSON “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me.” Isaiah 61:1 WHEREAS, Dr. Yvonne Lee-Wilson is a story of an honorable Pioneer who lived her life with dignity and compassion; and WHEREAS, Dr. Yvonne Lee-Wilson was born on March 7, 1955, in Chicago, Illinois, as the second child to the Union of Carl and Louise Lee; and WHEREAS, Dr. Yvonne Lee-Wilson understood the importance of education, she received notoriety for graduating high school early and went on to receive her Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees; and WHEREAS, Dr. Yvonne Lee-Wilson married her true love Adelbert “OJ” Simpson on March 1, 1984, at Berean Baptist Church, in Chicago, Illinois; and WHEREAS, Dr. Yvonne Lee-Wilson had a strong passion for community outreach and was active with the Luck Center for HIV/AIDS, FSCC, WECE, 5th District Police, and Phalanx Family Services, just to name a few; and WHEREAS, Dr. Yvonne Lee-Wilson was called to ministry in her hospital bed on April 12, 1982, where she served in ministry under the tutelage of approvePass Action details Not available
22-2724 1 A RESOLUTION HONORING VILLAGE MANAGER RAY RUMMEL OF ELK GROVE VILLAGEConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING VILLAGE MANAGER RAY RUMMEL OF ELK GROVE VILLAGE WHEREAS, Village Manager Ray Rummel of Elk Grove Village retires after a successful 32 year career in public service; and WHEREAS, Rummel graduated with a Masters Degree in Public Administration before starting with Elk Grove Village in 1989; and WHEREAS, prior to his service in Elk Grove Village, he served for a short tenure at the Village of Lake Zurich; and WHEREAS, Rummel served as Assistant Village Manager in 1993 before being appointed as Village Manager in 2007; and WHEREAS, Village Manager Rummel was part of many important initiatives during his time at Elk Grove Village; and WHEREAS, he led the Village in being on the forefront of technology from leading the creation of the Village’s first website in 1994, long before other municipalities, to helping to support the development of the Elk Grove Technology Park and helping recruit high tech businesses; and WHEREAS, Rummel has led Elk Grove Village through difficult periods including the Great Recession and thapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2734 1 MEMORIAL RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF HELEN MARIE RAMIREZ-ODELLConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION MEMORIAL RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF HELEN MARIE RAMIREZ-ODELL WHEREAS, Helen Marie Ramirez-Odell, loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, and fierce activist, passed away on March 22, 2022 at 79 years of age; and WHEREAS, Helen was born in Chicago on July 22, 1942 to Irving J. and Jessamine Hershinow, and grew up in the Lincoln Square neighborhood; she attended Loyola University Chicago, where she received her B.S.N and R.N. degrees in nursing in 1964; and WHEREAS, After receiving her degree, she began working as a nurse at Chicago Public Schools where she stayed for over 40 years before retiring in 2001; and WHEREAS, Helen’s activism began in the 1960s when she discovered she could not secure credit to make a purchase from Goldblatt’s because she was a woman, and she joined Chicago NOW, where she became an activist for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment; and WHEREAS, In the 1970s, Helen joined the Chicago Teachers Union and became a member of its Women’s Rights Committee, which she chaired from 1984 to 2approvePass Action details Not available
22-2770 1  Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF PERVIS SPANN WHEREAS, Pervis Spann was born on August 16, 1932, in Bena Mississippi; and WHEREAS, In 1949 he moved with his mother and sister to Battle Creek, Michigan and it wasn’t long before he left to find work in Gary, Indiana; and WHEREAS, After serving in the Armed Forces, Pervis moved to Chicago where he became interested in broadcasting and was granted a four-hour overnight time slot on WOPA. In 1963, Phil and Leonard Chess bought the radio station, which later became WVON a 24-hour blues station. It was because of his love for blues music that led him to become known as “The Bluesman” in the broadcast industry; and WHEREAS, Pervis Spann decided to expand his sphere of influence during the 1960’s and began managing talented performers such as B.B. King and was known as the person who named Aretha Franklin the “Queen of Soul.”; and WHEREAS, Pervis’ name and voice became iconic among his late-night listeners, spinning the sounds of legendary artist like Howling Wolf, B.B. King, Muddy Waters and Johnny Taylor; andapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2785 1 Jim Reilly ResolutionConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF JIM REILLY WHEREAS, Jim Reilly, a downstate Illinois lawmaker who became chief of staff to two governors and headed agencies that oversaw mass transit in the Chicago area, state construction projects, and the operations of McCormick Place and Navy Pier, has died at 77; and WHEREAS, Reilly grew up in Springfield where he attended Springfield High School. His father James was an attorney and his mother Alta a secretary for the American Red Cross. After graduating from Illinois College in Jacksonville, he received his Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago Law School in 1971. He worked for the city of Jacksonville, Illinois, before becoming a state representative in 1977; and WHEREAS, Reilly entered the Illinois House in the same class as former Governor Jim Edgar. Those years of service propelled Edgar to higher office and brought Reilly, a self-described Rockefeller Republican, to the attention of then Governor Jim Thompson. Thompson, recognizing Reilly’s talent, made him his counsel and subsequently chief of approvePass Action details Not available
22-2787 1 Elise Malary ResolutionConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF ELISE MALARY WHEREAS, Elise Malary, a 31-year-old Black trans woman activist and community leader died in March 2022; and WHEREAS, Elise was born on March 29, 1990 and lived in Chicago's Andersonville and Rogers Park neighborhoods before moving to Evanston. Elise was a beloved sister, friend, advocate, and community leader. She was known for her fierceness, kindness, and compassion; and WHEREAS, Elise moved to Chicago in 2016. She interned at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago before working at Equality Illinois, and the Chicago Reader. She joined the Illinois Attorney General’s office where she became a valued member of the Civil Rights Bureau. She was a tireless advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and was passionate about her work. She regularly joined other advocates from across the state to lobby state legislators in support of LGBTQ+ affirming legislation during annual LGBTQ+ Advocacy Days. She was an outspoken advocate for the transgender community, especially LGBTQ+ youth, and had been working to raise awareness approvePass Action details Not available
22-2793 1 HONORING THE LIFE OF YVONNE CISCO, EDUCATOR, COMMUNITY LEADER, AND FOUR TIME CANCER SURVIVOR,Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF YVONNE CISCO, EDUCATOR, COMMUNITY LEADER, AND FOUR TIME CANCER SURVIVOR, WHEREAS, Yvonne Cisco was born on February 25, 1947, in Louisville, Kentucky to the union of Catherine Cash and George Hipps; and WHEREAS, Yvonne graduated from Hyde Park High School, earned her Associate Degree from Woodrow Wilson (Kennedy-King) College; her Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education from Illinois State University in 1972; and WHEREAS, Yvonne spent the next 12 years teaching in the cities of Los Angeles and Chicago; and WHEREAS, After years of teaching, Yvonne decided focused her educational career on social work, health advocacy and later earned her Master of Science in Human Services Administration from Spertus University and a Doctorate of Christian Education in Administration from the International Apostolic University of Grace & Truth. Yvonne also received the Miller-Urne Reading Specialist Certificate from Pepperdine University; and WHEREAS, Yvonne was a longtime resident of Cook County, residing in Oak Park, Illinois; and approvePass Action details Not available
22-2794 1 Tema Bauer ResolutionConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE OF TEMA BAUER WHEREAS, Tema Bauer, one of Illinois’ oldest Holocaust survivors, has died at the age of 105. She lost all 38 family members and her right arm to the Nazis but found a new life in Chicago with fellow survivor Morris Bauer, who “told her that she need not worry about the future because he would always take care of her;” and WHEREAS, Tema grew up in a Jewish family in Lodz. She was the youngest of Hendel and Chil Posalska’s nine children. Her father Chil was a cattle dealer. When the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939, her siblings moved their parents to a smaller town, thinking it might be safer. Tema stayed behind to close up the family home. She was supposed to follow them to the country but was arrested and ordered into the Jewish ghetto in Lodz. Her relatives were all sent to Chelmno, described by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as “the first stationary facility where poison gas was used for the mass murder of Jews.” None survived; and WHEREAS, for a time, she worked in the ghetto, first in a kitchen, then at approvePass Action details Not available
22-2809 1 SERGEANT DANIEL M. MARTÍNEZConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF SERGEANT DANIEL M. MARTÍNEZ WHEREAS, Sergeant Daniel M. Martínez, proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps, was born on October 19, 1998, and entered eternity on March 19, 2022; and WHEREAS, Sergeant Daniel M. Martínez is the loving son of Manuel and Apolonia Martínez (née Rodríguez); and WHEREAS, he is the dear brother of Micaela, Luke, Matthew, and David Martínez; and WHEREAS, he is the loving grandson of Amalia and the late Jesús Martínez and Noemi and Jesus Rodriguez; and WHEREAS, he is a dear nephew and cousin to many in the Martínez and Rodríguez families; and WHEREAS, Sergeant Daniel M. Martínez made countless friends from his hometown and in the United States Marine Corps; and WHEREAS, Sergeant Daniel M. Martínez served 4 years in the United States Marine Corps in the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit in the 3rd Assault Amphibious Battalion, 1st Marine Division, at Camp Pendleton, California; and WHEREAS, Sergeant Daniel M. Martínez was an adventurer and got to travel to places such as HawaiiapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2810 1 PAULINO VILLARREAL SR.Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF PAULINO VILLARREAL SR. WHEREAS, Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has called Paulino Villarreal Sr. from our midst on February 20, 2022, at the age of 68; and WHEREAS, Paulino Villarreal Sr., was born on December 17, 1953, in Laredo, Texas. He moved to Chicago as a young teenager in search of a better life and shortly after, he met Judy Ann the woman who would become his wife; and WHEREAS, several years after marrying, the Villarreal family moved into their Pilsen home near West 18th Place and South Laflin Street. They had three children, Paulino Jr. (Olimpia), Jose Franco Sr. (Gabriela), and Lucia Marie (Oscar) Villarreal, seven grandchildren, and one great grandchild; and WHEREAS, Paulino Villarreal Sr. worked for the City of Chicago’s Department of Streets and Sanitation in the neighborhood for more than 33 years; and WHEREAS, in addition to his day job, he constantly volunteered his time, whether it be supporting the men’s shelter down the street, giving out turkeys on Thanksgiving, or engaging in various ciapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2811 1 UNITED STATES HISPANIC LEADERSHIP INSTITUTEConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING UNITED STATES HISPANIC LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE (USHLI) ON ITS 40TH ANNIVERSARY WHEREAS, United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI) is celebrating its 40th anniversary; and WHEREAS, USHLI was incorporated as the Midwest Voter Registration Education Project in April 1982, then the Midwest-Northeast Voter Registration Education Project in December 1987 and finally in December 1996, became the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI); and WHEREAS, USHLI is a Chicago-based national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that promotes education, civic participation, research, and leadership development for Latinos; and WHEREAS, USHLI's vision is to empower the Latino community by cultivating the next generation of Latino leaders and promoting education, leadership development, and providing financial support; and WHEREAS, USHLI has registered over 2.3 million citizens to vote, trained over 1,025,000 present and future leaders, awarded over $1.4 million in scholarships and internships, published over 425 studies on Latino dapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2812 1 HACE 40th AnniversaryConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION CONGRATULATING THE HISPANIC ALLIANCE FOR CAREER ENHANCEMENT (HACE) ON THEIR 40th ANNIVERSARY WHEREAS, the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) is celebrating its 40 years of service and contribution to the Chicago Latino community; and WHEREAS, HACE was founded and established its headquarters in Chicago in 1982; and WHEREAS, HACE is a national nonprofit dedicated to the employment, development, and advancement of current and aspiring Latino professionals; has served as a resource for Latinos in the workplace; and is a subject-matter expert for corporations seeking diverse talent through access to professional development, resources, and networks; and WHEREAS, HACE helps Latinos succeed in every phase of their career. With a network of over 100,000 members across the country, HACE works with employers to remain competitive in an increasingly dynamic economy by helping them attract, develop, and retain Latino and diverse professionals; and WHEREAS, HACE has a mission to positively impact the American workplace by cultivatiapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2813 1 DIA DE LOS NIÑOS (CHILDREN’S DAY)Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING APRIL 30, 2022, AS DIA DE LOS NIÑOS (CHILDREN’S DAY) IN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, children are our future with inalienable rights, and it is the responsibility of society to ensure their rights are met; and WHEREAS, children are citizens of the world who need emotional and physical stability, and should not be separated from their parents and family; and WHEREAS, children have the right to an education, to enjoy a social life, and build their own futures; and WHEREAS, children have the right to food so that they will not suffer from malnutrition and suffer from hunger; and WHEREAS, children have the right to health, to be protected from illness, and to grow and become healthy adults; and WHEREAS, children have the right to safe drinking water and proper sanitary conditions; and WHEREAS, children have the right to identity by having a surname, first name, and a nationality; and WHEREAS, children have the right to freedom by being able to express themselves, to have opinions, to have access to information, and to participate in approvePass Action details Not available
22-2814 1 ATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTHConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING APRIL AS NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH AND APRIL 27th, 2022, AS “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 rapes are reapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2818 1 COURTNEY Q. JONESConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING AND CONGRATULATING COURTNEY Q. JONES FOR HIS LEADERSHIP, DEDICATION, AND COMMITMENT TO UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES, AFFORDABLE HOUSING, AND THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY IN COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS WHEREAS, Courtney Q. Jones is co-principal and business development officer of Chicago Homes Realty Group (ReCHRGE) where they specialize in residential and commercial real estate sales, as well as leasing and property management. Courtney’s focus is business acquisition opportunities; and WHEREAS, Courtney’s true love for people led him to begin a career in real estate. He has a passion to serve and create opportunities for underserved communities; and WHEREAS, Courtney has 19 years of experience in personal and commercial banking, mortgages, investments, and sales training. His exceptional ability to lead and influence others, along with his congenial personality, has thrust him into his position of Vice President at JP Morgan Chase; and WHEREAS, Courtney began his career in 1999 in New York, NY where he was a part of a wealth management program desigapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2819 1  Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING AND CONGRATULATING EDDIE JOHNSON III FOR HIS LEADERSHIP, COMMITMENT, DEDICATION, THROUGH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT I IN THE ENGELWOOD COMMUNITY WHEREAS, Eddie Johnson III is a proud graduate from Englewood High School and studied at Northeastern Illinois University and Northern Seminary where he pursued Urban Leadership; and WHEREAS, Eddie Johnson III is a dedicated edcuator in the public sector possessing 20 years of experience with the Chicago Park District and Chicago Public School system where he coaches our next future leaders of tomorrow; and WHEREAS, Eddie is a life-long member of Antioch M.B. Church where he also serves as Executive Director of Antioch Community Social Service Agency where he continues to work with community organizations and community residents to improve the quality of Life in Englewood and West Englewood for residents and provide vital community and social service resources; and WHEREAS, Most recently Antioch Community Social Service Agency(ACCSA) under the leadership of Eddie Johnson III collabrated with PartnerapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2820 1 Dinkel's Bakery ResolutionConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION HONORING DINKEL’S BAKERY 101 YEARS OF BUSINESS WHEREAS, Dinkel’s Bakery and Cafe, located at 3329 North Lincoln Ave. is closing for business on April 30, 2022 after almost 101 years and four (4) generations of ownership; and WHEREAS, in 1922, after immigrating to Chicago from Bavaria, Germany, Joseph Dinkel opened Dinkel’s Bakery and Café at 3312 N Lincoln Ave. along with his wife, Antonie Dinkel; and WHEREAS, Joseph Dinkel descended from a long line of master bakers. In the early years of the bakery, Joseph baked all the products while his wife, Antonie, handled the selling; and WHEREAS, in 1926, Joseph and Antonie expanded the bakery to its current location, and enlisted the help of their son, Norman Dinkel, Sr. to operate the business and take over as owner; and WHEREAS, Dinkel’s Bakery and Cafe welcomed its third generation of Dinkel family ownership when Norman Dinkel Jr. took over the business. He remains the current owner with the help of Luke Karl and his wife Sandgren, the 4th generation of the Dinkel family; and WHEREAapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2823 1  Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION AGAINST THE RISE IN ANTI-SEMITISM AND IN SUPPORT OF COOK COUNTY’S JEWISH POPULATION WHEREAS, a documented disturbing rise in anti-Semitic events targeting the Jewish population has surged throughout the United States, and significantly in Cook County; and WHEREAS, according to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) annual audit of anti-Semitic incidents, there were 1,879 recorded attacks against Jews and Jewish institutions across the country in 2018, which increased to 2,024 recorded antisemitic incidents in 2020. In Illinois, residents saw a 350% increase in anti-Semitic incidents between 2016 and 2020; and WHEREAS, according to the FBI, anti-Jewish bias accounted for 57% of religiously motivated hate crimes in 2020, even though Jews only account for less than 2% of the U.S. population. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and community lock-down, this percentage is up from 2015 when 51.3% of religiously motivated hate crime offenses targeted Jews or Jewish institutions; and WHEREAS, anti-Semitic propaganda and hate crimes are meant to stoke hatred of Jews approvePass Action details Not available
22-2824 1 Resolution Celebrating Northwestern University Women's Fencing TeamConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CELEBRATING THE NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S FENCING TEAM TOP-TEN TEAM FINISH AT THE 2022 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS WHEREAS, Northwestern Fencing concluded the 2022 season in March with a top-ten team finish at the NCAA Championships in South Bend, Indiana. The Wildcats were led by Honorable Mention All-American Sky Miller, Commissioner Donna Miller’s niece, who wrapped up her sophomore season with a ninth-place individual finish at the NCAA Championships. Joining Miller on the national stage were graduate student Sarah Filby and first-year Hanna Lipthay. Northwestern's 2022 season included a runner-up finish in the Central Collegiate Fencing Conference and a victory over the number one team in the country, Notre Dame, at the DeCicco Duals in South Bend; and WHEREAS, earlier in the season, Northwestern University hosted the NCAA Fencing Conference Championships for the first time in more than thirty years. The Wildcats welcomed teams from across the Midwest - Lawrence, Wayne State, Ohio State, Denison and Cleveland State: and WHEREAS, Miller entered tapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2004 1 Malcor Roofing of Illinois, Inc., St. Charles, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Malcor Roofing of Illinois, Inc., St. Charles, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Countywide Public Safety Roof Replacement at the Department of Corrections - Phase III Contract Value: $5,623,075.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-9/30/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $4,000,000.00, FY 2023 $1,623,075.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2038-18468A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services at the DOC campus, specifically the MHTC Bootcamp and Division XI buildings (Base Bid Package #1). This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. The selected vendor was the suspend the rulesPass Action details Not available
22-2004 1 Malcor Roofing of Illinois, Inc., St. Charles, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Malcor Roofing of Illinois, Inc., St. Charles, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Countywide Public Safety Roof Replacement at the Department of Corrections - Phase III Contract Value: $5,623,075.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-9/30/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $4,000,000.00, FY 2023 $1,623,075.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2038-18468A Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. The Chief Procurement Officer concurs. Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services at the DOC campus, specifically the MHTC Bootcamp and Division XI buildings (Base Bid Package #1). This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. The selected vendor was the approvePass Action details Not available
22-2005 1 DCG Roofing SolutionsContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: DCG Roofing Solutions, Inc., Melrose Park, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Roof Replacement Services at DOC Campus Contract Value: $4,767,516.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-9/30/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $3,200,000.00 FY 2023 $1,567,516.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2038-18468B Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. DO NOT PUT TEXT HERE. FOR PROCUREMENT TO ADD CONCURRENCE STATEMENT OR N/A Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services at the DOC campus, specifically the Division VI, Division II Dorms 2 & 3, and the Central Kitchen buildings. This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. The selected vendor was the lowesuspend the rulesPass Action details Not available
22-2005 1 DCG Roofing SolutionsContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: DCG Roofing Solutions, Inc., Melrose Park, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Roof Replacement Services at DOC Campus Contract Value: $4,767,516.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-9/30/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $3,200,000.00 FY 2023 $1,567,516.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2038-18468B Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. DO NOT PUT TEXT HERE. FOR PROCUREMENT TO ADD CONCURRENCE STATEMENT OR N/A Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services at the DOC campus, specifically the Division VI, Division II Dorms 2 & 3, and the Central Kitchen buildings. This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. The selected vendor was the loweapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2006 1 Knickerbocker Roofing and Paving Co., Inc.ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Knickerbocker Roofing and Paving Co., Inc., Harvey, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Roof Replacement Services at DOC Campus Contract Value: $1,113,000.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-9/30/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $1,050,000.00 FY 2023 $63,000.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2038-18468C Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. DO NOT PUT TEXT HERE. FOR PROCUREMENT TO ADD CONCURRENCE STATEMENT OR N/A Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services at the DOC campus, specifically for South Campus Buildings 2 & 5. This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. The selected vendor was the lowest, responsive, and responsible biddesuspend the rulesPass Action details Not available
22-2006 1 Knickerbocker Roofing and Paving Co., Inc.ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Knickerbocker Roofing and Paving Co., Inc., Harvey, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Roof Replacement Services at DOC Campus Contract Value: $1,113,000.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-9/30/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $1,050,000.00 FY 2023 $63,000.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2038-18468C Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. DO NOT PUT TEXT HERE. FOR PROCUREMENT TO ADD CONCURRENCE STATEMENT OR N/A Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services at the DOC campus, specifically for South Campus Buildings 2 & 5. This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Code. The selected vendor was the lowest, responsive, and responsible biddeapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2032 1 DCG Roofing Solutions, Inc.ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: DCG Roofing Solutions, Inc., Melrose Park, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Roof Replacement Services at DOC Campus Contract Value: $4,895,372.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-5/11/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $3,500,000.00 FY 2023 $1,395,372.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2123-07013 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. DO NOT PUT TEXT HERE. FOR PROCUREMENT TO ADD CONCURRENCE STATEMENT OR N/A Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services within the Public Safety Portfolio, specifically for Markham Courthouse, the Sheriff Training Facility, and LaGrange Vehicle Services building. This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement Codesuspend the rulesPass Action details Not available
22-2032 1 DCG Roofing Solutions, Inc.ContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: DCG Roofing Solutions, Inc., Melrose Park, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Roof Replacement Services at DOC Campus Contract Value: $4,895,372.00 Contract period: 3/31/2022-5/11/2023 Potential Fiscal Year Budget Impact: FY 2022 $3,500,000.00 FY 2023 $1,395,372.00 Accounts: 11569.1031.11190.560105/7.00000.00000 (Capital Improvement Program) Contract Number(s): 2123-07013 Concurrences: The vendor has met the Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Ordinance via direct participation. DO NOT PUT TEXT HERE. FOR PROCUREMENT TO ADD CONCURRENCE STATEMENT OR N/A Summary: This contract is for roof replacement services within the Public Safety Portfolio, specifically for Markham Courthouse, the Sheriff Training Facility, and LaGrange Vehicle Services building. This contract was awarded pursuant to a publicly advertised bid in accordance with the Cook County Procurement CodeapprovePass Action details Not available
22-1942 1 FY’22 1st Quarter Open RecommendationReportREPORT Department: Office of the County Auditor Report Title: FY’22 1st Quarter Open Recommendation Report Period: December 2021 Summary: Report on the status of open audit recommendations.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2101 1 Onboarding and Offboarding ProcessReportREPORT Department: Office of the County Auditor Report Title: Onboarding and Offboarding Process Report Period: December 2021 Summary: The purpose of this audit was to review the policies, procedures, and related internal controls over the Onboarding and Offboarding process.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-1985 1 Young Ai ChoiResolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Young Ai Choi 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: Young Ai Choi Address: 820 Nicholas Blvd., Elk Grove Village Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Elk Grove Cook County District: 15th District Permanent Index Number: 08-26-301-033-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Elk Grove, Resolution No. 39-19 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 19 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial Use: assembly, maintenance, warehousing, 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 Not available
22-1986 1 Wolfsburg Properties, LLCResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Wolfsburg Properties, LLC CLASS 8 PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 application containing the following information: Applicant: Wolfsburg Properties, LLC Address: 2125 W. 162nd Street, Markham, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: City of Markham Cook County District: 5th District Permanent Index Number: 29-19-129-003-0000; 29-19-129-006-0000; 29-19-129-007-0000; 29-19-129-009-0000; 29-19-130-003-0000 and 29-19-130-008-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Markham, Ordinance No. 21-0-2296 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: One (1) month vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial use- distribution and warehousing Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: N/A WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assesapprovePass Action details Not available
22-1988 1 HH&N LTD Services d.b.a. Junk – KingResolution (Class 8) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION HH&N LTD Services d.b.a. Junk - King 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: HH&N LTD Services d.b.a. Junk - King Address: 17406 Burnham Avenue, Lansing, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Lansing Cook County District: 4th District Permanent Index Number: 30-30-409-052-0000 and 30-30-409-024-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Lansing Resolution No. 1199 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Number of months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Industrial use- Equipment, Tools and supply storage Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: Yes WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned commercial facilitapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2046 1 Mr. Brad Nardick / The Bazaar IncAmendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED RESOLUTION Mr. Brad Nardick/ The Bazaar Inc. CLASS 6B SUSTAINABLE EMERGENCY RELIEF (SER) WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b Sustainable Emergency Relief (SER) application containing the following information: Applicant: Mr. Brad Nardick/ The Bazaar Inc. Address: 1810 North 5th Avenue & 1900 5th Avenue, River Grove, Illinois Length of time at current location: 25 years Length of time property under same ownership: 11 years Is there evidence supporting 10 years of the same ownership and/or occupancy (tenancy): Yes Age of the Property (Building): 51 years Municipality or Unincorporated Township: River Grove Cook County District: 9th District Permanent Index Number(s): 12-35-300-018-0000; 12-35-300-008-0000;12-35-300-009-0000 & 12-35-300- 010-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of River Grove, Resolution No. 2021-R-67 Evidence of Economic Hardship: Yes. Number of blighting factors associated with the property: Six blighting fapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2177 1 Shops at Coopers Grove LLC/Mainstream Commercial GroupResolution (Class 8) No Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Shops at Coopers Grove LLC/Mainstream Commercial Group 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: Shops at Coopers Grove LLC/Mainstream Commercial Group Address: 4044-4122 W. 183rd St., Country Club Hills, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Village of Country Club Hills Cook County District: 5th District Permanent Index Number: 28-34-427-011-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: Village of Country Club Hills, Resolution No. R-15-21, Number of month property vacant/abandoned: More than 24 months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial use - Retail Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: N/A Commercial use WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 8 that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment leapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2204 1 Michael DeCarlo d.b.a. DiCarlo Construction, Inc.Resolution (Class 6B) Purchase for ValuePROPOSED RESOLUTION Michael DeCarlo d.b.a. DiCarlo Construction, Inc. 6B PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 6b application containing the following information: Applicant: Michael DeCarlo d.b.a. DiCarlo Construction, Inc. Address: 4000 Industrial Avenue, Rolling Meadows, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: City of Rolling Meadows Cook County District: 14th District Permanent Index Number: 02-23-402-033-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Rolling Meadows, Resolution No. 20-R-73 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: 18 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 abandapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2222 1 DL3 Chatham, LLCResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION DL3 Chatham, LLC 7b PROPERTY TAX INCENTIVE REQUEST WHEREAS, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development received and reviewed a Real Property Assessment Classification 7b application containing the following information: Applicant: DL3 Chatham, LLC Address: 8560 South Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, Illinois Municipality or Unincorporated Township: Hyde Park Cook County District: 4th District Permanent Index Number: 20-34-413-061-0000 Municipal Resolution Number: City of Chicago, Ordinance No. 02021-2187 Number of month property vacant/abandoned: Seven (7) months vacant Special circumstances justification requested: Yes Proposed use of property: Commercial use - Call Center, Incubator and Community space Living Wage Ordinance Compliance Affidavit Provided: N/A Commercial use WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has adopted a Real Property Assessment Classification 7b that provides an applicant a reduction in the assessment level for an abandoned industrial facility; and WHEREAS, the Cook County CapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2328 1 HOME Investment Partnership Loan - Bellwood Senor ApartmentsHOME Investment Partnerships ProgramPROPOSED HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM Department: Planning and Development Other Part(ies): Evergreen Redevelopment LLC, Chicago, Illinois Request: Request the County Board review for approval the HOME Investment Partnership Program Loan of $1,250,000 to support the development of Bellwood Senior Apartments, an affordable Senior Housing in Bellwood, IL Total Development Cost: $29,412,209.00 Project Loan Amount: $1,250,000.00 Fiscal Impact: $1,250,000.00 Account(s): 11900-1013-53956-580170 Summary: Evergreen Redevelopment LLC has requested HOME Investments Partnerships Program funds in the amount of $1,250,000 for the 12-month construction period and thirty-year permanent period with a 0% permanent loan rate. The loan will be used to finance the new construction of an 80-unit affordable housing for seniors who are 62 and over in the City of Bellwood, Illinois, a near western suburb of the City of Chicago. The new construction will be comprised of a four-story mixed-used development and designed to accommodate 60 parking spaces. The elevapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2378 1 HOME Investment Partnership Loan Chicago Heights VeteransHOME Investment Partnerships ProgramPROPOSED HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM Department: Planning and Development Other Part(ies): Housing Authority of Cook County (HACC) Request: Request the Board review for approval a HOME Investment Partnership Loan to support the Chicago Heights Veterans affordable housing development in Chicago Heights, IL Total Development Cost: $29,761,388.00 Project Loan Amount: $3,000,000.00 Fiscal Impact: $3,000,000.00 Account(s): 11900-1013-53596-580170 Summary: Housing Authority of Cook County (HACC) has requested HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds in the amount of $3,000,000.00 (30-year term and 1% interest rate) that will be bridged by a construction loan made by BMO Harris. The funds will be used for new construction of a family housing community to extremely low and low-income veterans and their families. The proposed facility is a mid-rise consisting of four- story elevator wood-framed building with a total of eighty-two (82) units containing seventy-three (73) one bedroom and nine (9) two-bedroom units. All units are subsidized with 74 approvePass Action details Not available
22-2545 1  Special Court Case (Special States Attorneys)Firm: Patricia C. Bobb & Associates, P.C. Special State's Attorney(s): Patricia C. Bobb Case Name: Brown v. City of Chicago, et al. Case No.(s): 18 C 7064 Time period: 02/03/2021 - 04/28/2021 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $7,011.50 Paid to Date: $24,132.75 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 12/14/2021approvePass Action details Not available
22-2546 1  Special Court Case (Special States Attorneys)Firm: DeVore Radunsky Miller Berger, LLC. Special State's Attorney(s): Jason E. DeVore Case Name: Garcia v. Nawara, et al. Case No.(s): 21 L 4811 Time period: 05/28/2021 - 08/31/2021 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $3,829.50 Paid to Date: $0.00 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 11/02/2021approvePass Action details Not available
22-2565 1  Special Court Case (Special States Attorneys)Firm: Odelson & Sterk, LTD. Special State's Attorney(s): Burton S. Odelson Case Name: Frank DiFranco v. cook County Clerk’s Office, et al. Case No.(s): 21 CH 2960 Time period: 10/01/2021 - 11/24/2021 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $4,488.00 Paid to Date: $0.00 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 02/08/2022approvePass Action details Not available
22-2566 1  Special Court Case (Special States Attorneys)Firm: Odelson & Sterk, LTD. Special State's Attorney(s): Jayman A. Avery III Case Name: People v. Ralph Harris, et al. Case No.(s): 95 CH 27600 Time period: 10/18/2021 - 11/29/2021 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $820.00 Paid to Date: $0.00 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 02/08/2022approvePass Action details Not available
22-2539 1  Special Court Case (Compliance and Complaint Administrators)Compliance/Complaint Administrator: Susan G. Feibus Case Name: Shakman, et al. v. Cook County Assessor, et al. Case No.(s): 69 C 2145 Date of This Order: 03/04/2022 Unopposed Petition Number: 156 This Court Ordered Amount of this petition: $68,318.46 Paid to Date: $4,262,102.32approvePass Action details Not available
22-2540 1  Special Court Case (Compliance and Complaint Administrators)Compliance/Complaint Administrator: Susan G. Feibus Case Name: Shakman, et al. v. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, et al. Case No.(s): 69 C 2145 Date of This Order: 03/04/2022 Unopposed Petition Number: 37 This Court Ordered Amount of this petition: $21,755.65 Paid to Date: $1,143,208.52approvePass Action details Not available
22-2541 1  Special Court Case (Compliance and Complaint Administrators)Compliance/Complaint Administrator: Cardelle Spangler Case Name: Shakman, et al., v. Cook County Recorder of Deeds, et al. Case No.(s): 69 C 214 Date of This Order: 03/03/2022 Unopposed Petition Number: 263 This Court Ordered Amount of this petition: $72.50 Paid to Date: $3,477,248.96approvePass Action details Not available
22-2542 1  Special Court Case (Compliance and Complaint Administrators)Compliance/Complaint Administrator: Cardelle Spangler Case Name: Shakman, et al. v. Clerk of Cook County, et al. Case No.(s): 69 C 2145 Date of This Order: 03/15/2022 Unopposed Petition Number: 22 This Court Ordered Amount of this petition: $30,503.95 Paid to Date: $862,131.45approvePass Action details Not available
22-2543 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Office of the Special Prosecutor Attorney(s): Michael J. O’Rourke Case Name: Appointment of Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 91 CR 2145101 Date of This Order: 03/15/2022 Time period: 08/12/2021 - 02/25/2022 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $8,086.21 Paid to Date: $7,562,228.42 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2544 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Office of the Special Prosecutor Attorney(s): Michael J. O’Rourke Case Name: Appointment of Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 91 CR 16373 (03) Date of This Order: 02/28/2022 Time period: 10/15/2022 - 01/31/2022 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $18,750.00 Paid to Date: $7,562,228.42 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2572 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: Winston & Strawn, LLP. Attorney(s): Dan K. Webb Case Name: Appointment Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 19 MR 00014 Date of This Order: 03/01/2022 Time period: 12/01/2021 - 01/31/2021 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: $49,098.75 Paid to Date: $48,640.69 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2625 1  Special Court OrdersFirm: (1) Lawrence Oliver II - Special Prosecutor (2) Sidley Austin - Deputy Special Prosecutor and (3) FTI Consulting Attorney(s): Lawrence Oliver II Case Name: In re Special Prosecutor Case No.(s): 82 CR 1221 & 88 CR 7771 Date of This Order: 73,750.46 Time period: 07/21/2021 - 01/31/2022 This Court Ordered Amount for fees and expenses: Lawrence Oliver II - $46,081.30. To: Sidley Austin - $6,994.20. To: FTI Consulting - $20,674.96 Paid to Date: $0.00 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2374 1 Janell Martin - 04-06-2022Workers' Compensation ClaimsEmployee: Janell Martin Job Title: Deputy Sheriff Department: Court Services Division Date of Incident: 05/03/2018 Incident/Activity: Petitioner injured her right knee when she fell at work. Accidental Injuries: Right leg Petition and Order No: 18 WC 18257 Claim Amount: $13,599.00 Attorney: Cuda Law Offices, Ltd. Date of Subcommittee Approval: n/a Prior/pending claims: n/aapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2375 1 Akos Balogh - 04-06-2022Workers' Compensation ClaimsEmployee: Akos Balogh Job Title: Correctional Officer Department: Department of Corrections Date of Incident: 11/07/2020; 06/17/2021 Incident/Activity: On November 7, 2020, Petitioner injured his left buttocks and lumbar spine while securing a detainee. On June 17, 2021, Petitioner injured his thoracic and lumbar spine while securing a detainee. Accidental Injuries: Thoracic spine, lumbar spine, left buttocks Petition and Order No: 21 WC 18702 Claim Amount: $19,000.00 Attorney: Argionis & Associates, LLC Date of Subcommittee Approval: n/a Prior/pending claims: 04/02/2020 ($11,026.80)approvePass Action details Not available
22-2460 1 Stuart Schnayer - 4/6/22Workers' Compensation ClaimsEmployee: Stuart Schnayer Job Title: Emergency Room Technician II Department: Stroger Hospital Date of Incident: 3/17/2021 Incident/Activity: walking through a door, when the magnetic strip on top of the door fell and struck the top of his head Accidental Injuries: Head Petition and Order No: 21 WC 08372 Claim Amount: $5,250.00 Attorney: Scott Goldstein and Ankin Law Office, LLC Date of Subcommittee Approval: N/A Prior/pending claims: N/AapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2475 1 Christopher Fiordirosa 04/06/2022Workers' Compensation ClaimsEmployee: Christopher Fiordirosa Job Title: Correctional Officer Department: Corrections Date of Incident: 06/09/2020; 08/11/2020; 04/04/2021; 06/29/2021 Incident/Activity: On 06/09/2020, Petitioner sustained a left hand injury during an inmate altercation; ) On 08/11/2020, Petitioner sustained a right hand injury while restraining an inmate; On 04/04/2021, Petitioner injured his right hand while restraining an inmate; On 06/29/2021, Petitioner sustained a left hand injury during an altercation with an inmate. Accidental Injuries: Left Hand; Right hand Petition and Order No: 21 WC 019002 Claim Amount: $12,004.80 Attorney: Gardi, Haught, Fischer and Bhosale Ltd. Date of Subcommittee Approval: n/a Prior/pending claims: n/aapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2477 1 Lidia Alvarez 04/06/2022Workers' Compensation ClaimsEmployee: Lidia Alvarez Job Title: Clerk Department: Clerk of the Circuit Court Date of Incident: 09/10/2008 Incident/Activity: Petitioner fell due to mislaid materials in her office injuring her lower back. Accidental Injuries: Back Petition and Order No: 09 WC 41922 Claim Amount: $7,736.70 Attorney: Sandman, Levy and Petrich LLC Date of Subcommittee Approval: n/a Prior/pending claims: n/aapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2470 1  Proposed Settlements (Municipal Litigation)Case: Hebron v. CCSAO Case No: 2021 CH 05764 Settlement Amount: $5,000.00 Department: CCSAO Payable to: Loevy & Loevy Attorneys at Law Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: FOIAapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2451 1  Proposed Settlements (Medical Litigation)Case: Burgos, Ruben (Est. Jorge Burgos) v. Cook County Case No: 19 L 11966 Settlement Amount: $2,600,000.00 Department: 4897 - John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County Payable to: Ruben A. Burgos, as Ind. Adm. of Est. Jorge L. Burgos, and his attys Sal Indomenico & Associates, P.C. Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 03/15/2022 Subject matter: Settlement of a medical malpractice claim.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2452 1  Proposed Settlements (Medical Litigation)Case: Hardy, Anthony v. Cook County Case No: 19 L 11168 Settlement Amount: $180,000.00 Department: 4897 - John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital Payable to: Angela Muhammad as Ind. Adm. of Est. of Anthony Hardy, and her attys McNabola & Associates, LLC Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 03/15/22 Subject matter: Settlement of a medical malpractice claim.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2054 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Jackson v. Taylor, Case No: 20 CV 3682 Settlement Amount: $ 1,500.00 Department: 4240- Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Kelsey Demarco Jackson Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2098 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Mulosmani, Florin v. Klimek, et al Case No: 19 C 2740 Settlement Amount: $3,500.00 Department: 1239-Department of Corrections Payable to: Florin Mulosmani, Y-41650 Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2099 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Dubose, Larry v. Cook County Case No: 19 C 8255 Settlement Amount: $32,000.00 Department: 4240-Cermak Health Services Payable to: Larry Dubose and Kenneth N. Flaxman, P.C. Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2100 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Roberson, Steven v. Lanfair, et al Case No: 20 C 2136 Settlement Amount: $65,000.00 Department: 4897 - John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County Payable to: Steven Roberson and Law Offices of David S. Lipschultz Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2226 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Riley, Ray v. Surane et al. Case No: 20 C 6433 Settlement Amount: $7,500.00 Department: 1239 - Department of Corrections Payable to: Ray Riley Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2387 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Burton, Desmond v. Taylor Case No: 20 C 1519 Settlement Amount: $3,500.00 Department: 4240 - Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Desmond Burton Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2403 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Silket, Derrick v. Rosa, et al Case No: 19 C 1393 Settlement Amount: 3,500.00 Department: 1239- Department of Corrections Payable to: Derrick Silket Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2404 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Robinson, Kenneth v Dart et al Case No: 19 C 3747 Settlement Amount: $12,500.00 Department: 4240 - Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Thomas G. Morrissey, Ltd. and Kenneth T. Robinson Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violation.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2405 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Saleski, Joseph v Sweeney et al. Case No: 19 C 3497 Settlement Amount: $1,500.00 Department: 1239 - Department of Corrections Payable to: Joseph Edward Saleski Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violation.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2413 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Jilton, Sherman v. Dart, et al. Case No: 20 C 241 Settlement Amount: $3,500.00 Department: 4240-Cermak Health Services of Cook County Payable to: Sherman Jilton and Goldberg & Goldberg, his attorneys Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2440 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Moore v. Busi, et al. Case No: 19 C 8006 Settlement Amount: $6,000.00 Department: 1239-Department of Corrections Payable to: Jeremiah D. Moore Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2441 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Bailey, Rudolph v. Flores Case No: 20 C 1612 Settlement Amount: $2,400.00 Department: 1239 - Department of Corrections Payable to: Rudolph Bailey Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2443 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Barnes, Robbie v. Calomino Case No: 21 C 357 Settlement Amount: $1,500.00 Department: 1239 - Department of Corrections Payable to: Robbie Barnes Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2444 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Spear, Zachary v. Thomas, et al. Case No: 20 C 4722 Settlement Amount: $500.00 Department: 1239 - Department of Corrections Payable to: Zachary Spear Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2461 1  Proposed Settlements (Torts and Civil Rights)Case: Scott v. Dart, et al. Case No: 19 C 5441 Settlement Amount: $1,000,000.00 Department: 1239 - Department of Corrections Payable to: Breck Scott and Barclay Law Group, P.C. Litigation Subcommittee Approval: 03/15/2022 Subject matter: an allegation of a civil rights violationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2365 1  Proposed Settlements (Labor and Employment)Case: Gill-Richards, Ingrid v. Campanelli et al. Case No: 20 C 822 Settlement Amount: $25,000.00 Department: 1260 - Public Defender Payable to: Ingrid Gill-Richards; Anthony Peraica & Associates, Ltd. Litigation Subcommittee Approval: N/A Subject matter: an allegation of employment discriminationapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2637 1  ReportREPORT Department: Department name here Report Title: Does report have a title? Report Period: Is there start and end date for the report? Summary: Provide details of reportreceive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2484 1  ReportREPORT Department: Risk Management Report Title: Receive and File - Subrogation Claim Recoveries Report Period: Month ending March 31, 2022 Summary: Submitting for your information a summary of Claim Recoveries for the month ending March 31, 2022 Total Recoveries: $3,200.00 - Number of Recoveries: 1receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2580 1 Analysis of Revenues and Expenses as of 2/28/2022ReportREPORT Department: Comptroller Report Title: Analysis of Revenues and Expenses for the Period Ending 2/28/2022 Report Period: 2/28/2022 Summary: Submitting for your information, an Analysis of Revenues and Expenses for the period ending 2/28/2022 for the Corporate, Safety and Health Funds, as presented by the Bureau of Finance.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2742 1  ReportREPORT Department: CCH Report Title: CCH Monthly Report Report Period: April 2022 Summary: This report is provided in accordance with Resolution 14-4311 approved by the County Board on 7/23/2014receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2471 1 2022 Elected Officials Compensation StudyMiscellaneous Item of BusinessPROPOSED MISCELLANEOUS ITEM OF BUSINESS Department: Bureau of Human Resources Summary: In accordance with Resolution 22-5258 approved by the Cook County Board of Commissioners on October 7, 2021, the Cook County Board of Commissioners requested the Cook County Bureau of Human Resources to conduct a compensation and market survey to determine if the current compensation provided to the Cook County elected officials is appropriate or if increases are warranted the elected officials with new terms beginning in December of 2022 and December of 2024. The Bureau of Human Resources engaged the services of a consultant to analyze the peer group that reflects current county population, annual county budget, number of districts or similar within the county, and similar data that illustrates the size and complexity of peer county operations to validate the compensation and market data collected and assist in determining recommendations of elected official compensation data. The Bureau of Human Resources also consulted with the Bureau of Finance to analyze the market over the last 20 yeareceive and filePass Action details Not available
21-0541 2 Covid-19 Mass Immunization Plan ResolutionResolutionSUBMITTING A PROPOSED SUBSTITUTE TO FILE #21-0541 (Health and Hospitals Committee 1/26/2021) PROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING A MEETING OF THE COOK COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITALS COMMITTEE TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE FROM THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH ON THEIR COVID-19 MASS IMMUNIZATION PLANS IN SUBURBAN COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, on January 27, 2020, the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services declared that COVID-19, a respiratory illness spread by close contact through respiratory droplets, presents a public health emergency, and the World Health Organization characterized the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic on March 11, 2020; and WHEREAS, COVID-19 continues to be a serious threat across the U.S. and Cook County, and WHEREAS, many hospitals across the U.S. already have a higher load of COVID-19 patients than ever before since the pandemic began, and the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Robert Redfield, warned last month that the next few months of the pandemic would be among “the most difficult in the public healthdefer as substitutedPass Action details Not available
22-1703 1 Health Care Disparities ResolutionResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING A MEETING OF THE COOK COUNTY HEALTH & HOSPITALS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH & COOK COUNTY HEALTH ANALYSES OF HEALTH OUTCOME DISPARITIES IN COOK COUNTY AND RECOMMENDED SOLUTIONS WHEREAS, Chicago and Cook County has seen an unprecedented level of disparities in healthcare outcomes during the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic especially in black and brown communities reflecting national data; and WHEREAS, African Americans have been historically disproportionately impacted by some of the underlying conditions that have affected the severity of the virus, including chronic cardiovascular and kidney diseases, diabetes, asthma, and obesity; and WHEREAS, this crisis has shined a light on the causes of these disparities, which are rooted in generations of systemic disadvantages in health care delivery and health care access in communities of color, and in African American communities in particular; and WHEREAS, learning lessons from this crisis and how it has adversely affected the black and brown communities anapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2198 1 Behavioral Health Services Quarterly ReportReportREPORT Department: Cook County Sheriff’s Office Report Title: Behavioral Health Services Quarterly Report Report Period: December 2021 - February 2022 Summary: This Quarterly report is to comply with the requirements of Resolution# 21-1189 to Assess Needs and Improve the Quality and Effectiveness of Behavioral Health Care Provided by the Cook County Government.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2245 1 Mental Health Services Quarterly ReportReportREPORT Department: Cook County Health · Departments of Behavioral Health & Psychiatry · Cermak Health Services · Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Health Services · Cook County Department of Public Health Report Title: Mental Health Services Quarterly Report Report Period: December 2021 - February 2022 Summary: This Quarterly Report is to comply with the requirements of Resolution 21-1189 to Assess needs and Improve the Quality and Effectiveness of Behavioral Health Care Provided by Cook County Government.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2414 1  ReportREPORT Department: Office of the Chief Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County Report Title: Behavioral Services Quarterly Report Report Period: December 2021-February 28, 2022 Summary: Pursuant to the Cook County Board Resolution to assess needs and improve the quality and effectiveness of behavioral health provided by Cook County government, enclosed are the quarterly reports of behavioral health programs and services provided by the Circuit Court of Cook Countyreceive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2464 1 Behavioral Health Resolution Quarterly Report for the Law Office of the Cook County Public DefenderReportREPORT Department: Cook County Public Defender’s Office Report Period: 12/1/2021 - 2/28/2022 Summary: Behavioral Health Resolution Quarterly Report for the Law Office of the Cook County Public Defenderreceive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2494 1 Quarterly Behavioral Health Services ReportReportREPORT Department: State’s Attorney Report Title: Quarterly Behavioral Health Services Report Report Period: 12/1/2021 - 2/28/2022 Summary: This Quarterly report is to comply with the requirements of Resolution# 21-1189 to Assess Needs and Improve the Quality and Effectiveness of Behavioral Health Care Provided by the Cook County Governmentreceive and filePass Action details Not available
22-2008 1 Quarterly Report to the Human Relations Committee Feb 2022ReportREPORT Department: Human Rights and Ethics Report Title: Quarterly Report to the Human Relations Committee February 2022 Report Period: 2021 Q4 - 2022 Q1 Summary: 2021 Q4 and 2022 Q1 Human Rights Report pursuant to 42-32(e)(9)receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-1913 1 ADOPTION AND FAMILY SUPPORTIVE SERVICESOrdinance AmendmentSubstitute to Item #: 22-1913 Sponsored by President Toni Preckwinkle and Commissioner Larry Suffredin BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, that COOK COUNTY CODE, CHAPTER 38 - HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, ARTICLE VIII. ADOPTION AND FAMILY SERVICES is repealed in its entirety and the following is substituted in its place: ARTICLE VIII. FAMILY SUPPORTIVE SERVICES Sec. 38-170. Establishment. Family Supportive Services is an operating unit within the Office of the Chief Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County. Sec. 38-171. Powers and duties. Family Supportive Services provides the following services: (a) Upon the direction and order of a judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Family Supportive Services conducts a home and social investigation, and issues a report to the judge who ordered said investigation for the following matters: (1) Adoptions (2) Allocation of parental responsibility or parenting time (3) Probate cases involving guardianship and/or custody of a child (b) Fingerprinting processing for required criminal background checks (c) Post no action taken  Action details Not available
22-2342 1 Savannah “Sav” FelixAppointmentPROPOSED APPOINTMENT Appointee(s): Savannah “Sav” Felix Position: Member Department/Board/Commission: Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Advisory Board Effective date: Immediate Expiration date: 4/7/2025approvePass Action details Not available
22-1943 1 Major IT Project ReportReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Technology Report Title: Major Information Technology Project Report Report Period: October 2021 - February 2022 Summary: A report of the status update of information technology project from any agency that is over $10 million, requires Independent Validation and Verification services (IV & V) or involved more than one elected office. This report is to be presented to the Cook County Technology & Innovation Committee every April and October.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-1944 1 Software Asset and Technology Hardware Asset Inventory ReportReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Technology Report Title: Software Asset and Technology Hardware Asset Inventory Report Report Period: April 2021 until April 2022 Summary: In accordance with the Cook County Information Technology Reporting Ordinance, the Cook County Chief Technology Officer and the Chief Technology Officers from each separately elected office shall prepare and present an Information Technology Inventory report to the Cook County Technology and Innovation Committee April of each fiscal year.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-1901 1 Elgin CHurch of Nazarene ResubdivisionMiscellaneous Item of BusinessPROPOSED MISCELLANEOUS ITEM OF BUSINESS Department: Building and Zoning Summary: The Cook County Department of Building and Zoning has received a request for a plat of subdivision of property that lies in the unincorporated Hanover Township within the 15th County commissioner District. The subdivision, titled “Elgin Church of Nazarene ReSubdivision” is located at 12N171 Berner Drive and approximately 4.54 acres zoned R-3 Single Family Residence District to be subdivided into two (2) parcels. The property a single family residence (lot 1) and a Church building (Lot 2). Each has their own access from the Berner Drive and each with their independent well and septic systems. The Lot 1 with the Single Family Home has a lot area of 45,745 sq. ft. and a lot width of 119.32 ft. The Lot 2 with the Church property will have a lot area of 152,011 sq. ft. and lot width of 497 ft. and each will conform to the underlying zoning of R-3 Single Family Residence District. The Department of Public health and Hanover Township Road District have both reviewed the subdivision and have proviapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2556 1 Center for Court InnovationGrant AwardPROPOSED GRANT AWARD Department: Justice Advisory Council Grantee: Justice Advisory Council Grantor: Center for Court Innovation Request: Authorization to accept grant Purpose: Grant Funding to Support Community Engagement for the Focused Racial Equity Cohort of the Safety & Justice Challenge, in Connection with The Center for Court Innovation. Grant Amount: $250,000.00 Grant Period: 11/15/2021 - 11/14/2023 Fiscal Impact: N/A Accounts: N/A Concurrences: DO NOT PUT TEXT HERE. FOR BUDGET ATS REVIEW USE ONLY Summary: The Justice Advisory Council seeks authorization to accept a grant from the Center for Court Innovation to engage Cook County residents and community-based organizations in the creation of an anti-racist transformation plan for the Cook County criminal justice system. This work is expanding upon Cook County’s participation in the Safety and Justice Challenge, as a selected member of the MacArthur Foundation’s Focused Racial Equity Cohort. These community partnerships will work to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in Cook CoapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2753 1 COVID-19 ReportReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Finance Office of the Chief Financial Officer Report Title: Cook County COVID-19 Financial Response Report Report Period: March 1, 2020 - March 18, 2022 Summary: The report provides detailed information regarding expenditures related to Cook County Board Report of COVID-19 Federal Funding Awards (CARES, FEMA, ERA & ARPA) for the period covering 3/1/2020-3/18/2022.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-0285 1 Teamster 743 OCJ PsychologistResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION APPROVAL OF SALARY SCHEDULES INCLUDING AN ECONOMIC PACKAGE (WAGE INCREASES AND HEALTHCARE) BETWEEN THE CHIEF JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COOK COUNTY AND THE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS LOCAL 743, REPRESENTING PSYCHOLOGISTS IN FORENSIC CLINICAL SERVICES AND JUVENILE COURT CLINIC WHEREAS, the Illinois Public Employee Labor Relations Act (5 ILCS 315/1 et seq.) has established regulations regarding collective bargaining with a union; and WHEREAS, a collective bargaining agreement for the period of December 1, 2020, through November 30, 2024, has been negotiated between the Chief Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 743, representing Psychologists in Forensic Clinical Services and Juvenile Court Clinic; and WHEREAS, salary adjustments and general wage increases are reflected in the salary schedules included in the collective bargaining agreement negotiated between the Chief Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 743, representing PsapprovePass Action details Not available
22-1963 1 Human Resources Bi-Weekly Activity Reports Pay Period 4, 5, and 6 (January 30 - March 12, 2022)ReportREPORT Department: Bureau of Human Resources Report Title: Human Resources Bi-Weekly Activity Reports Report Period: Pay Period 4: January 30, 2022 - February 12, 2022 Pay Period 5: February 13, 2022 - February 26, 2022 Pay Period 6: February 27, 2022 - March 12, 2022 Summary: This report lists all new hires and terminations of employees in executive, administrative or professional positions, Grades 17 through 24, and employees in such positions who have transferred positions, received salary adjustments, whose positions have been transferred or reclassified, or employees who are hired into positions as Seasonal Work Employees, Extra Employees, Extra Employees for Special Activities and Employees per Court Order.receive and filePass Action details Not available
22-1993 1 JOC Program ExtensionContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Department of Capital Planning and Policy Vendor: Various Vendors (See “Summary” Below) Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to extend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Countywide Job Order Contract (JOC) Program Original Contract Period: 6/1/2016 - 5/31/2018, with two (2) one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Extension Proposed Contract Period: 6/1/2022 - 11/30/2022 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $165,649,995.51 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 5/11/2016 Increase Requested: N/A Previous Board Increase(s): 7/25/2018, $76,500,000.00 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): 3/14/2018, $149,995.51 to 1555-14475 GC3 Previous Board Renewals: 7/25/2018, 6/1/2019 - 5/31/2020 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 2/15/2018, 6/1/2018 - 5/31/2019 Previous Board Extension(s): 4/23/2020, 6/1/2020-5/31/2021; 6/24/2021, 6/1/2021-5/31/2022 Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal ImpareferPass Action details Not available
22-2738 1 Proposed Resolution Emergency Rental Assistance I Program Fund AcceptanceResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE I PROGRAM WHEREAS, on December 27, 2020, the Cook County Board of Commissioners authorized the Bureau of Economic Development (“BED”) to develop a County program for the distribution f the allocated funding to provide aid to eligible Cook County households in compliance with the terms of the Emergency Rental Assistance Program; and WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the United States Treasury Department (‘the Treasury’) under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 made available $25 Billion to States, U.S. territories, Indian tribes, and local governments for Emergency Rental Assistance I (“ERA I”) to assist households who are unable to pay rent and utilities due to the Covid-19 pandemic, of which $72,808,624.10 was appropriated to Cook County; and WHEREAS, Cook County applied for Emergency Rental Assistance (“ERA I”) Grant funding from Treasury of which $72,808,624.10 was awarded to Cook County; and WHEREAS, by September 1, 2021, Cook County had successfully awarded seventy-five percent of the ERA Grant funds to eligible hoapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2420 1 Technical Resource Management, LLC., dba Cordant Forensic Solutions, Denver, ColoradoContract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Adult Probation Department, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: Technical Resource Management, LLC., dba Cordant Forensic Solutions, Denver, Colorado Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to renew contract Good(s) or Service(s): Drug Testing Services Original Contract Period: 5/1/2018 - 4/30/2021, with two (2), one (1) year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Renewal Proposed Contract Period: Renewal period 5/1/2022 - 4/30/2023 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $1,964,357.50 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Board, 4/25/2018, $1,964,357.50 Increase Requested: NA Previous Board Increase(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Increase(s): N/A Previous Board Renewals: N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Renewals: 5/1/2021 - 4/30/2022 Previous Board Extension(s): N/A Previous Chief Procurement Officer Extension(s): N/A Potential Fiscal Impact: $175,000.00 Accounts: 11100.1280.35720.521235 11100.1280.10155.521235 11100.1280.35710.521235 Contract Number(s)approvePass Action details Not available
22-2667 1 Home Investment Partnership Loan - Hanover Landing, ElginHOME Investment Partnerships ProgramPROPOSED HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM Department: Planning and Development Other Part(ies): Hanover Landing LLC, Lincolnwood, IL Request: Respectfully request the Board approve a $1,500,000, 32-year construction and permanent loan with 0% interest and an annual $5,000 payment to support the new construction of Hanover Landing, an affordable permanent supportive housing development in Elgin, IL Total Development Cost: $16,030,794.0 Project Loan Amount: $1,500,000.00 Fiscal Impact: $1,500,000.00 Account(s): 11900.1013.53956.580170. Summary: The new three-story building will have forty 535 SF one-bedroom units, with one unit reserved for the onsite manager. The common areas of the building will be fully accessible, all units will be visitable, and six units will be fully accessible, four units will be adaptable and two sensory impaired units will complete the twelve-unit accessible unit mix. The development will be located at 711 East Chicago Street and 712 East Laurel Street, in Elgin, Illinois, encompassing approximately 3.87 acres. ThreferPass Action details Not available
22-2776 1 Amendment to Alternative Health Task ForceAmendment to a Previously Approved ItemPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Cook County Board of Commissioners Request: Amendment to the Alternative Health Intervention and Response Pilot Program Task Force creating a position for a community representative to sit on the Task Force. Item Number: 22-0737 Fiscal Impact: N/A Account(s): N/A Original Text of Item: A RESOLUTION FORMING THE ALTERNATIVE HEALTH INTERVENTION AND RESPONSE PILOT PROGRAM’S TASK FORCE WHEREAS, recognizing an increase in the number of individuals seeking behavioral and mental health services, the Cook County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution in October 2021 declaring mental health a public health crisis; and WHEREAS, there has been an expansion in our public consciousness and amplified discussion regarding the role of government entities and law enforcement in responding to mental and behavioral health emergencies, especially in light of the need for alternative public safety programs; and WHEREAS, on August 25, 2021, Governor J.B. Pritzker signed into law in Illinois the CommapprovePass Action details Not available
22-2401 1 Northwestern University-ASRSP, Evanston, IllinoisPayment ApprovalPROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL Department(s): Juvenile Probation and Court Services Department, Circuit Court of Cook County Action: Approval to pay Northwestern University for Juvenile Court Clinic services, January and February 2022 Payee: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Good(s) or Service(s): Court-ordered forensic clinical services for court-involved youth Fiscal Impact: FY2022 $327,598.65 Accounts: 11100.1326.35520.520470, Services for Minors Contract Number(s): 1753-16842 Summary: Payment approval for services rendered by Northwestern University for the Juvenile Court Clinic for the final two months of contract 1753-16842, which expired February 28, 2022. A new contract was approved, beginning March 1, 2022.approvePass Action details Not available
22-2721 1  Contract Amendment PROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, Circuit Court of Cook County Vendor: Christina Foods Inc., Chicago, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Chief Procurement Officer to increase contract Good(s) or Service(s): Fresh Produce Original Contract Period: 11/14/2020 - 11/13/2023, with two (1) one-year renewal options Proposed Amendment Type: Increase Proposed Contract Period: N/A Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $157,276.50 Original Approval (Board or Procurement): Cook County Board, 9/24/2020, $157,276.50 Increase Requested: $180,000.00 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 2022 $65,000, FY2023 $115,000 Accounts: Object Account. 11100.1440.35225.530010, Food Supplies Contract Number(s): 1903-18076 Concurrences: approvePass Action details Not available
22-2779 1  ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROGRAM ALLOCATION FOR BUDGETED FY 2022 EQUITY AND INCLUSION SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS WHEREAS, in October 2021, the Cook County Board of Commissioners passed Resolution No. 21-5542 creating a special purpose fund for Equity and Inclusion (“Equity Fund”) dedicated to addressing historical disparities and disinvestment communities that are marginalized or have experienced other social and economic disparities; and WHEREAS, seeding money for equity investment in fixed charges as well as directly to the Cook County Health and Hospitals System was an important step taken by Cook County to address racial disparities and build on the Cook County Policy Roadmap commitment to advancing equitable policies and addressing systemic disparities; and WHEREAS, Cook County incorporated the initial FY 2021 $40M Equity Fund investment into the FY 2022 Budget and an additional $10M from the County’s surplus fund balance from the end of FY21 has been allocated in the County’s fixed charges for transfer into the Equity Fund; and WHEREAS, the remaining Equity Funds are breferPass Action details Not available
22-2783 1 Merit Board ResolutionResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION CALLING MEMBERS OF THE COOK COUNTY SHERIFF’S MERIT BOARD TO SUPPLY MONTHLY DATA AND APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS WHEREAS, pursuant 55 ILCS 5/3-7002 of the Counties Code, the Cook County Sheriff’s Merit Board (the “Merit Board”) is created by the State of Illinois as an independent statutory body charged with performing specific functions, independent of the Cook County Sheriff (“Sheriff”), related to the Sheriff’s hiring, promotion, discipline, and termination of certain Sheriff’s employees; and WHEREAS, members of the Merit Board are appointed with the advice and consent of the Cook County Board; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board appropriates the funding of the Merit Board in the annual appropriation ordinance; and WHEREAS, the Sheriff is tasked by the legislature to operate the County Jail, security in the Court system and public safety in general for all unincorporated areas and the County’s 5.5 million residents; and WHEREAS, pursuant to 55 ILCS 5/3-7006, pursuant to recognized merit principles of public employment, the Merit BoareferPass Action details Not available
22-2797 1 Affordable Housing Special Assessment Program Application FeeOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING SPECIAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAM APPLICATION FEE WHEREAS, Cook County is a home rule unit of local government pursuant to Article VII, Section 6(a) of the 1970 Illinois Constitution, and as such may exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs; and WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners recognizes that the Illinois legislature, pursuant to 35 ILCS 200/15-178, granted the Cook County Assessor’s Office authority to charge a reasonable application fee for the Affordable Housing Special Assessment Program; and WHEREAS, there currently exists a Fee Schedule granting authority to the Assessor’s Office to charge certain fees for administrative expenses. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Cook County Board of Commissioners, Chapter 74, TAXATION, Article II, REAL PROPERTY TAXATION, DIVISION 1. - GENERALLY, Assessor's fee for copy of Commercial/Industrial Manual, Sec. 74-35 of the Cook County Code is hereby amended as Follows: Sec. 74-35. Assessor’s fee freferPass Action details Not available
22-2803 1 SPECIAL FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETINGResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION PROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING A JOINT COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE COOK COUNTY FINANCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEES, DEPARTMENTS AND SEPARATELY ELECTED OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS ISSUES AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS TO A LATE MAILING OF SECOND INSTALLMENT PROPERTY TAX BILLS WHEREAS, the Cook County Assessor’s Office could delay the second installment of the Cook County Property Taxes up to six months or more, and WHEREAS, the delay in second installment Property Tax Bills may force local government bodies to either draw down their reserves or borrow money with interest, and WHEREAS, the delay could have a significant financial impact on Chicago, and our suburban municipalities, townships, school districts, fire protection districts, police departments, park districts, public libraries, and other local government bodies, and WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Cook County Board of Commissioners to call for a Special Finance Committee meeting to include the Assessor, Board of Review, Clerk, Treasurer and Bureau of Technology to gain a better understanding of threferPass Action details Not available
22-2788 1 REQUESTING A HEARING IN THE COOK COUNTY HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS VIOLENCE AND SYSTEMIC BARRIERS AGAINST COOK COUNTY TRANSGENDER RESIDENTSResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING A HEARING IN THE COOK COUNTY HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS VIOLENCE AND SYSTEMIC BARRIERS AGAINST COOK COUNTY TRANSGENDER RESIDENTS WHEREAS, transgender residents in Cook County are vital members of our communities; and WHEREAS, transgender residents and trans-led organizations in Cook County contribute in numerous ways to enrich the quality of life in Cook County; and WHEREAS, transgender people in our lives should be embraced and celebrated for the wonderful people they are and talents they bring to our communities; and WHEREAS, these residents face systemic barriers and epidemic levels of violence leading to lack of access, for some, of basic needs and in the most extreme cases, leading to death; and WHEREAS, in the last year, more transgender people have been murdered in Chicago than any other U.S. city; and WHEREAS, in March 2022 alone, two Black, trans women, Tatiana LaBelle and Elisa Malary, were found dead within 24 hours of each other days after being reported missing with LaBelle found beaten to death and put inreferPass Action details Not available
22-2807 1 PROPOSED RESOLUTION FOR ARPA VITAL COMMUNITIES PROGRAM INITIATIVES IMPLEMENTED BY THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTResolutionPROPOSED SUBSTITUTE TO FILE 22-2807 (Business and Economic Development Committee 5/11/2022) Sponsored by: TONI PRECKWINKLE (President), Cook County Board of Commissioners PROPOSED RESOLUTION ARPA VITAL COMMUNITIES PROGRAM INITIATIVES IMPLEMENTED BY THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WHEREAS, on March 11, 2021, the federal government authorized the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (“ARPA”) which includes $1.9 trillion in federal stimulus funds to hasten the United States’ recovery from the economic and health effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic; and WHEREAS, specifically, the federal government has authorized and allocated a federal award of approximately $1,000,372,385B of ARPA funding to Cook County to assist the County in its recovery from the economic and health effects of COVID-19; and WHEREAS, on June 24, 2021, the Cook County American Rescue Plan Act Framework (the “ARPA Framework”) was presented to the Cook County Board of Commissioners; and WHEREAS, to effectuate the approach outlined in the ARPA Framework, the Cook County Board of Commissioners authorized treferPass Action details Not available
22-2815 1  ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION REQUESTING A PUBLIC HEARING TO DISCUSS PREVENTATIVE MEASURES FOR POTENTIAL VIOLATIONS OF RESOLUTION 07-R-240, THE ICE DETAINER ORDINANCE, AND RESOLUTION NO. 17-0724’S RECOMMITMENT TO COOK COUNTY’S IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES WHEREAS, in recent years, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has paid more than $100 million to data brokers to obtain individuals’ personal information. They have used data broker tools to collect sensitive information including Global Positioning System (GPS) location data, facial recognition data, vehicle registrations, credit reports, utility bills, and social media, among hundreds of other sources; and WHEREAS, ICE has published documents that explicitly confirm that they use data brokers to get around sanctuary policies and laws; and WHEREAS, in a July 2021 contracting document, ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) stated that it is expanding its contract with data brokers to obtain information that is protected by sanctuary policies across the country; and WHEREAS, the data that is used by ICE is bought anreferPass Action details Not available
22-2825 1 SALARY REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATION FOR COOK COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS WITH TERMS BEGINNING IN DECEMBER OF 2022 AND DECEMBER OF 2024OrdinancePROPOSED SUBSTITUTE FO FILE 22-2825 (Finance Committee 5/11/2022) Sponsored by: STANLEY MOORE, BRANDON JOHNSON, ALMA E. ANAYA, KEVIN B. MORRISON, BRIDGET DEGNEN, BILL LOWRY, DEBORAH SIMS, LARRY SUFFREDIN, SCOTT R. BRITTON and DONNA MILLER, Cook County Board of Commissioners PROPOSED ORDINANCE ORDINANCE FOR SALARY INCREASES FOR COOK COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS WITH TERMS BEGINNING IN DECEMBER OF 2022 AND DECEMBER OF 2024 WHEREAS, the County of Cook (“Cook County” or “County”) is a home rule unit pursuant to Article VII, Section 6 of the 1970 Illinois Constitution; and WHEREAS, as a home rule unit, Cook County may exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs; and WHEREAS, Article VII, Section 9(b) of the 1970 Illinois Constitution provides that an increase or decrease in the salary of an elected officer of any unit of local government shall not take effect during the term for which that officer is elected; and WHEREAS, the Local Government Officer Compensation Act (50 ILCS 145/ 1, et seq.) provides that the salary of elected officers of ureferPass Action details Not available