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CITY OF HIGHWOOD
REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 7:30 P.M.
AGENDA
Call to Order
1. Roll Call
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Review of Minutes to be Approved
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
City Council: February 7, 2017
Committee of the Whole: February 7, 2017
Special Meeting of the City Council: February 15, 2017
4. Appointments (Mayor Pecaro)
5. Approval of Warrant List:
5.1.
02/21/2017 AP Warrant List
6. Public Input – Items Not On Agenda
7. Mayor’s Report
8. Committee Reports
9. Treasurer’s Report
10. Clerk’s Report
Action Items
11. Unfinished Business
12. New Business
12.1.
Consideration of a Resolution Approving an ARC Application for Signage for the Building
at 9 Prairie Avenue for Domino’s Pizza.
12.2.
Consideration of a Resolution Approving an ARC Application for an Awning for the
Building at 325 Waukegan Avenue for Nail City Rococo.
12.3.
Consideration of a Motion Authorizing the City Manager to Trade in the Holder Sidewalk
Plow and Purchase a Steiner 440 Tractor to Maintain City Parks and Sidewalks in an
Amount Not to Exceed $16, 967.00
12.4.
Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the Withdrawal From A Governmental SelfInsurance Sub-Pool and Membership in Another Governmental Self-Insurance Sub-Pool
and Requesting the Approval of the Board of Directors of the Intergovernmental Personnel
Benefit Cooperative (IPBC).
13. Any Action Necessary Coming Out of Executive Session
14. Adjournment
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REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
Tuesday, February 07, 2017 at 7:30 P.M.
Call to Order by Mayor Pecaro at 7:35 P.M.
1. Roll Call
Present: Mayor Pecaro, Aldermen: Grice, Falberg, Feddermann, Fiore, Peterson
Absent: Alderman Slavin
Also Present: City Manager Coren, City Administrator Ferolo, Administrative Assistant Litjens, Deputy Clerk
Baruffi
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Review of Minutes to be Approved
3.1.
3.2.
Moved by Alderman Fiore, seconded by Alderman Peterson to approve the City Council:
January 17, 2017 minutes as presented. All present voting aye, by voice vote, motion
carried.
Moved by Alderman Fiore, seconded by Alderman Peterson to approve the Committee of
the Whole: January 17, 2017 minutes as presented. All present voting aye, by voice vote,
motion carried.
4. Appointments (Mayor Pecaro)
4.1.
4.2.
Moved by Alderman Fire, seconded by Alderman Grice to approve the Mayor’s
appointment to the Highwood Police Pension Fund Member – Dennis Baker (2 Year Term).
All present voting aye, by voice vote, motion carried.
Moved by Alderman Peterson, seconded by Alderman Grice to approve the Mayor’s
appointment to the Highwood Firefighter’s Pension Board Member – Rosa Stefani (3 Year
Term). All present voting aye, by voice vote, motion carried.
5. Approval of Warrant List:
5.1.
Moved by Alderman Peterson, seconded by Alderman Falberg to approve the
02/07/2017 AP Warrant List as presented. All present voting aye, motion carried.
Vote:
Yes: Aldermen: Peterson, Falberg, Fiore, Feddermann, Grice
Absent: Alderman Slavin
6. Public Input – Items Not On Agenda
Gansukh Rentsendoxj of Astra Nails conveyed the signage request. The Mayor explained that the signage
request was discussed during the Committee of the Whole Meeting and would be approved later in this
meeting.
7. Mayor’s Report
8. Committee Reports
9. Treasurer’s Report
9.1.
Moved by Alderman Peterson, seconded by Alderman Fiore to approve the December
2016. The December 2016 Treasurer’s Report was presented and discussed during the
Committee of the Whole Meeting. All present voting aye, by voice vote, motion carried.
10. Clerk’s Report
Action Items
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11. Unfinished Business
12. New Business
12.1.
17-R-1 Moved by Alderman Falberg, seconded by Alderman Grice to authorize a
Resolution Approving and Accepting an ARC Recommendation Regarding Window
Signage for the Building at 400 Sheridan Road for Astra Nails. All present voting aye,
motion carried.
Vote:
Yes: Aldermen: Falberg, Grice, Peterson, Feddermann, Fiore
Absent: Alderman Slavin
12.2.
17-R-2 Moved by Alderman Falberg, seconded by Alderman Feddermann to authorize a
Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Accept Bids and to Execute an Electricity
Supply Agreement for City ComEd Accounts. All present voting aye, motion carried.
Vote:
Yes: Aldermen: Falberg, Feddermann, Fiore, Peterson, Grice
Absent: Alderman Slavin
12.3.
17-R-3 Moved by Alderman Falberg, seconded by Alderman Fiore to authorize a
Resolution Authorizing an Agreement Between the City of Highwood and Call One for
Telephone Service at Municipal Facilities. All present voting aye, motion carried.
Vote:
Yes: Aldermen: Fiore, Feddermann, Falberg, Grice, Peterson
Absent: Alderman Slavin
Moved by Alderman Peterson, seconded by Alderman Fiore to go into Executive Session to discuss 2C5
and 2C11. All present voting aye, motion carried. Mayor Pecaro called the executive session meeting to
order with a roll call.
Vote:
Yes: Aldermen: Peterson, Fiore, Feddermann, Falberg, Grice
Absent: Alderman Slavin
Moved by Alderman Falberg, seconded by Alderman Peterson to end the executive session meeting. All
present voting aye, by voice vote, motion carried. Mayor Pecaro ended the executive session meeting at
8:14 P.M.
13. Any Action Necessary Coming Out of Executive Session will be sealed until no longer sensitive.
Moved by Alderman Fiore, seconded by Alderman Feddermann to reconvene the Regular City Council
Meeting. All present voting aye, by voice vote, motion carried.
14. Adjournment Moved by Alderman Feddermann, seconded by Alderman Peterson to adjourn the
meeting. All present voting aye, by voice vote, motion carried. Mayor Pecaro adjourned the meeting
at 8:15 P.M.
Respectfully Submitted,
Candy Baruffi, Deputy City Clerk
Reviewed and Approved by Council on:
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CITY OF HIGHWOOD
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
Tuesday February 7, 2017 at 6:00 P.M.
Call to Order by Mayor Pecaro at 6:10 P.M.
1. Roll Call
Present: Mayor Pecaro, Aldermen: Grice, Falberg, Feddermann, Fiore, Peterson
Absent: Alderman Slavin
Also Present: City Manager Coren, City Attorney Ferolo, Finance Director Gonzalez, Deputy City Clerk
Baruffi, Administrative Assistant Litjens, Residential Zoning Official Tombari
2. Public Hearing - None
3. Review of Minutes to be Approved
3.1.
City Council: January 17, 2017
3.2.
Committee of the Whole: January 17, 2017
Both of the above minutes will be approved at the Regular Council Meeting.
4. Appointments (Mayor Pecaro)
4.1.
Highwood Police Pension Fund Member – Dennis Baker (2 Year Term)
Dennis Baker will be approved at the Regular City Council Meeting.
4.2.
Highwood Firefighter’s Pension Board Member – Rosa Stefani (3 Year Term)
Rosa Stefani will be approved at the Regular City Council Meeting.
5. Review of Bill Warrant List
5.1.
02/07/2017 AP Warrant List
It was noted the Grainger bill is on the warrant list, but it is under $200.00.
The Pinner Electric bill was clarified, for the maintenance of the Train station door and the monthly street
light costs.
6. Unfinished Business
7. New Business
City Manager Coren announced the December sales tax reports show an increase of 5% over last year.
7.1.
Discussion Regarding December 2016 Treasurer’s Report.
Finance Director Gonzalez gave an overview of the finances of the first 8 months ending December 31,
2016, for f/y17.
7.2.
Consideration of a Resolution Approving and Accepting an ARC Recommendation
Regarding Window Signage for the Building at 400 Sheridan Road for Astra Nails.
The Council is in agreement with the ARC recommendations.
7.3.
Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Accept Bids and to Execute
an Electricity Supply Agreement for City ComEd Accounts.
The Council will authorize the Resolution in the Regular City Council Meeting.
7.4.
Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing an Agreement Between the City of Highwood
and Call One for Telephone Service at Municipal Facilities.
The Resolution will be passed at the Regular City Council Meeting.
City Manager Coren reviewed:
• The fire alarm monitoring to potentially stay with Red Center.
• Kings & Convicts is questioning their initial fees as well as the yearly fees for the liquor license.
Discussion ensued regarding a comparison to other towns and fees, license classification, and
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the need to be consistent. Further research will be completed and brought to the Council at a
future meeting.
7.5.
A Discussion on the Residential Rental Report.
Residential Zoning Administrator Tombari reviewed the report. He reviewed the architectural influences of
each period.1966 appears to be the earliest zoning map. Discussion ensued regarding down zoning, and
legal challenges plus the affect on the value of the properties. There are approximately 400 properties
that would be affected by the re-zoning. Discussion regarding the notice and public hearings and the
estimate monies involved. Policies to encourage conversion of multi-family to single family dwellings were
discussed.
Citations were issued today on two separate properties.
7.6.
A Review and Discussion on the Draft Downtown Zoning Update.
This will be discussed at a later date
8. Executive Session (If Necessary)
9. Adjournment Moved by Alderman Feddermann, seconded by Alderman Grice to adjourn the
meeting. All present voting aye, by voice vote, motion carried. Mayor Pecaro adjourned the meeting
at 7:33 P.M.
Respectfully Submitted,
Karin J. Baruffi,
Deputy City Clerk
Reviewed and Approved by Council on:
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City of Highwood
Minutes of the Strategic Planning Meeting
February 15, 2017
The Meeting was called to order by Mayor Charles Pecaro at 6:07 pm. Council members Matt Feddermann, Chris Grice,
Andy Peterson and Brad Slavin were present. Aldermen Eric Falberg and Michael Fiore were absent. Also present were
staff members Scott Coren, Adrian Marquez and Edward Tombari.
Budget Review FYE 2018
Manager Coren reviewed the draft budget for the fiscal year ending April 30, 2018. The Council made several comments
and suggestions. Coren said the document would evolve as firm pricing became available on some of the projects. The
next step is to pass the budget and the appropriation around June or July.
Project Prioritization
The Council discussed project prioritization over the next year. Some additional projects the council wanted added to
the list were:
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A review of the fees charged by the City of Highwood compared with surrounding communities
Adding parkway tree trimming to the Public Works budget
Using matching reflective sign panels on all Highwood signs
Review pricing for a trolley program that connects the North Metra lot to the downtown
Completion of the Pleasant Park project
Review the benefits of changing from the appropriation system to the budget system
Design and carryout a multi-faceted campaign aimed at increasing the number of subscribers to the City's email and text notifications
A report covering the City's current emergency notification capabilities and possible improvements
City Owned Property Planning
City Manager Coren updated the City Council on the status of reviewing development opportunities for the City Hall site.
Staff was successful in working with the Library to develop a plan for a shared municipal building on the site of the
current library property. This plan would be costly and the amount of money needed for this project requires a density
of housing units on the property that would require the development to be eight stories tall. The Council was
unanimous in communicating that a development of this size would not be desirable for the City Hall site. Staff said they
would work on projects such as a new roof, parking lot and carpeting for City Hall to continue its use for the foreseeable
future.
Adjournment
There being no further business Alderman Feddermann made a motion to adjourn, with a second by Alderman Peterson.
The motion carried at 8:55 pm.
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Vendor
Invoice
AEREX PEST CONTROL
Invoice: 1037109
Description
CITY HALL/PD MAINTENANCE
01-11-511 REP & MAINT - BLD
Vendor Total for: AEREX PEST CONTROL
AGUSTIN GARCIA
Invoice: 021417
Inv. Date
01/31/17
$91.00
Due Date
01/31/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $768.00)
MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT 1/5-2/9/17
51-00-655 AUTOMOTIVE FUEL/O
Vendor Total for: AGUSTIN GARCIA
02/14/17
$117.70
REPAIR/MTNCE WATER DEPT EQUIP
Invoice: 0189218
WATER DEPT EQUIP MAINTENANCE
$91.00
$91.00
02/14/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $1,075.14)
BAXTER & WOODMAN, INC.
Invoice: 0188097
List #191
Amount
$117.70
$117.70
09/22/16
09/22/16
$3,255.88
11/17/16
11/17/16
$455.10
Invoice: 0189219
2016 NPDES ANNUAL REPORT/STORMWATER 11/17/16
11/17/16
$1,150.00
Invoice: 140229.41
IEPA LOAN APP ASST.
09/22/16
$570.00
51-00-512 REP & MAINT - DE
51-00-512 REP & MAINT - DE
$455.10
51-00-532 ENGINEERING
$1,150.00
51-00-532 ENGINEERING
$570.00
Vendor Total for: BAXTER & WOODMAN, INC.
BERNARDI AUTO SERVICE CENTER
Invoice: 6372
$3,255.88
09/22/16
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $16,979.10)
WATER DEPT VEHICLE MNTCE
51-00-513 REP & MAINT - VEH
Vendor Total for: BERNARDI AUTO SERVICE CENTER
02/07/17
$429.75
$5,430.98
02/07/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $5,994.47)
$429.75
$429.75
CALL ONE
Invoice: 021517-6267
TELEPHONE SERVICES 2/15-3/14/17
01-11-552 TELEPHONE
01-21-552 TELEPHONE
01-22-552 TELEPHONE
01-41-552 TELEPHONE
01-51-552 TELEPHONE
16-00-532 TELEPHONE SERVICE
51-00-552 TELEPHONE
Vendor Total for: CALL ONE
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
02/15/17
$145.24
$145.24
$150.85
$108.93
$108.93
$50.71
$340.88
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $8,811.86)
02/15/17
$1,050.78
$1,050.78
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Vendor
Invoice
CAREFREE COMFORT, INC.
Invoice: Q51990
Description
REC CENTER N & S GYM FURNACE
01-51-511 REP & MAINT - BUI
Vendor Total for: CAREFREE COMFORT, INC.
COMCAST CABLE
Invoice: 020517-3781
Invoice: 020817-2616
Inv. Date
01/19/17
$186.92
Due Date
01/19/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $792.79)
List #191
Amount
$186.92
$186.92
CITY HALL
02/05/17
02/05/17
$229.70
WATER PLANT
02/08/17
02/08/17
$59.90
01-11-571 UTILITIES
$229.70
51-00-571 UTILITIES
Vendor Total for: COMCAST CABLE
$59.90
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $3,727.01)
$289.60
COMED
Invoice: 020717-0026
0 WASHINGTON AVE
02/07/17
02/07/17
$43.02
Invoice: 020717-2041
710 SHERIDAN RD-WATER TOWER
02/07/17
02/07/17
$256.70
836 STABLES CT W
02/07/17
02/07/17
$124.75
1 E PALMER
02/07/17
02/07/17
$177.88
Invoice: 020717-5010
FT SHER TRAIN STATION
02/07/17
02/07/17
$183.65
Invoice: 020817-3002
NORTH/WESTERN AVE
02/08/17
02/08/17
$352.81
Invoice: 020817-4010
0 WEBSTER/SHERIDAN RD
02/08/17
02/08/17
$627.38
Invoice: 020817-5003
WATER PLANT
02/08/17
02/08/17
$3,430.59
Invoice: 020917-1002
2526 WESTERN-LIFT STATION
02/09/17
02/09/17
$725.59
Invoice: 020917-8009
1 W GREEN BAY
02/09/17
02/09/17
$21.49
Invoice: 020717-3014
Invoice: 020717-4007
01-41-572 STREET LIGHTING
$43.02
51-00-571 UTILITIES
01-41-572 STREET LIGHTING
$256.70
$124.75
01-41-572 STREET LIGHTING
$177.88
01-41-571 UTILITIES
01-41-572 STREET LIGHTING
$183.65
$352.81
01-41-572 STREET LIGHTING
$627.38
51-00-571 UTILITIES
$3,430.59
51-00-571 UTILITIES
$725.59
01-41-572 STREET LIGHTING
Vendor Total for: COMED
$21.49
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $65,595.22)
$5,943.86
DEMUTH, INC.
Invoice: HP3585
REPAIR SEWER MAIN BURCHELL&N CENTRA01/28/17
01/28/17
$5,500.00
Invoice: HP3592
MANHOLE REPAIR 487 BANK LN.
01/28/17
$5,000.00
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
51-00-516 REPAIR & MAINT HY
$5,500.00
01/28/17
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Vendor
Invoice
Description
Inv. Date
01-41-517 REP&MAINT - STORM
$5,000.00
51-00-516 REPAIR & MAINT HY
$3,000.00
Invoice: HP3593
N CENTRAL SANITARY SEWER MAIN
Invoice: HP3604
HYDRANT REPAIR BURCHELL & GB
Invoice: HP3605
HYDRANT REPAIR BURCHELL&FUNSTON
51-00-516 REPAIR & MAINT HY
51-00-516 REPAIR & MAINT HY
Vendor Total for: DEMUTH, INC.
Due Date
List #191
Amount
01/28/17
01/28/17
$3,000.00
02/05/17
02/05/17
$2,800.00
02/05/17
02/05/17
$7,000.00
$2,800.00
$7,000.00
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $252,242.50)
$23,300.00
DIAMBRI & CARAVELLO
Invoice: PPD28015
HW BUILDING MATTERS
02/08/17
02/08/17
$165.00
Invoice: PPD28017
HW DUI PROSECUTIONS
02/08/17
02/08/17
$467.50
Invoice: PPD28018
HW MONTHLY PROSECUTIONS
02/08/17
02/08/17
$800.00
01-14-533.5 CITY PROSECUTOR 01-14-533.5 CITY PROSECUTOR 01-14-533.5 CITY PROSECUTOR -
Vendor Total for: DIAMBRI & CARAVELLO
DOOR SYSTEMS
Invoice: 831578
Invoice: 132908
HWD TRAIN STATION
01-41-511 REP & MAINT - BUI
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
11/25/16
$409.25
$1,432.50
11/25/16
$409.25
$409.25
WATER ANALYSIS
12/09/16
12/09/16
$108.00
WATER ANALYSIS
02/13/17
02/13/17
$150.00
51-00-518 WATER ANALYSIS
$108.00
51-00-518 WATER ANALYSIS
OPERATING SUPPLIES
$150.00
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $930.00)
01-21-850 THREE YEAR CAPITA
Vendor Total for: INTOXIMETERS
J J SERVICE CENTER
Invoice: 17353
$800.00
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $4,231.33)
Vendor Total for: FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORIES, INC.
INTOXIMETERS
Invoice: 554971
$467.50
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $23,556.75)
Vendor Total for: DOOR SYSTEMS
FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORIES, INC.
Invoice: 132073
$165.00
02/02/17
$6,908.00
$258.00
02/02/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $.00)
REPAIR PD VEHICLE
02/07/17
$6,908.00
$6,908.00
02/07/17
$312.47
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Vendor
Invoice
Invoice: 17359
Description
01-21-513 REP & MAINT - VEH
REPAIR PD VEHICLE
01-21-513 REP & MAINT - VEH
Vendor Total for: J J SERVICE CENTER
Inv. Date
$312.47
02/08/17
$35.76
Due Date
02/08/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $11,465.81)
List #191
Amount
$35.76
$348.23
JETCO, LTD
Invoice: 3097
2016 TANK REPAINT FINAL PAYMENT
51-00-599 MISC CONTRACT SER
Vendor Total for: JETCO, LTD
LAKE COUNTY RECORDER OF DEEDS
Invoice: 2017-00005418
01/13/17
$205,152.50
01/13/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $375,097.50)
LIEN- 83 HOLABIRD LOOP
51-00-599 MISC CONTRACT SER
Vendor Total for: LAKE COUNTY RECORDER OF DEEDS
02/07/17
$29.00
$205,152.50
$205,152.50
02/07/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $52.00)
$29.00
$29.00
LEXIPOL LLC
Invoice: 18763
POLICY MANUAL UPDATE 1/1-12/31/17
01-21-512 REP & MAINT - EQU
Vendor Total for: LEXIPOL LLC
51-00-518 WATER ANALYSIS
Vendor Total for: MCHENRY ANALYTICAL WATER LABORATORY
Invoice: 974443
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
02/09/17
$15.00
02/09/17
$15.00
01/18/17
$1,425.20
01/23/17
01/23/17
$932.00
$1,425.20
01-41-574 MISC HAULING/DIRT
$932.00
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $29,501.76)
REC CENTER BLDG MAINTENANCE
01-51-511 REP & MAINT - BUI
$15.00
01/18/17
01-41-574 MISC HAULING/DIRT
DUMP FEE 1/19/17 WATER TOWER
$5,445.00
$5,445.00
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $2,395.00)
MATERIAL AND DUMP FEE
Vendor Total for: MENDINO EXCAVATING, INC.
MUTUAL SERVICES OF HIGHLAND PARK
Invoice: 538659
12/01/16
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $.00)
MCHENRY ANALYTICAL WATER LABORATORY
Invoice: 593376
JANUARY COURIER CHARGES
MENDINO EXCAVATING, INC.
Invoice: 974437
12/01/16
$5,445.00
02/14/17
$35.99
$2,357.20
02/14/17
$35.99
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Vendor
Invoice
Description
Vendor Total for: MUTUAL SERVICES OF HIGHLAND PARK
NAPA AUTO PARTS
Invoice: 929639
Invoice: 929954
Due Date
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $3,166.88)
$35.99
WATER DEPT VEHICLE MTNCE
02/05/17
02/05/17
$11.97
PW MISC LABOR
02/08/17
02/08/17
$30.00
51-00-513 REP & MAINT - VEH
01-41-515 REP & MAINT - ST
Vendor Total for: NAPA AUTO PARTS
NCC-PETERSON PRODUCTS
Invoice: 72235
Inv. Date
List #191
Amount
$11.97
$30.00
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $2,523.81)
OFFICE SUPP WATER PLANT/CITYHALL
01-11-651 OFFICE SUPPLIES
51-00-651 OFFICE SUPPLIES
Vendor Total for: NCC-PETERSON PRODUCTS
02/07/17
$49.50
$50.25
$41.97
02/07/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $565.29)
$99.75
$99.75
PCM
Invoice: B01609710101
PD COMPUTER MONITORS
01-22-652 OPERATING SUPPLIE
Vendor Total for: PCM
PEPSI BEVERAGES COMPANY
Invoice: 58045909
$439.96
01/31/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $116.70)
REC CENTER
01-52-928 MISCELLANEOUS EXP
Vendor Total for: PEPSI BEVERAGES COMPANY
PLATINUM SYSTEMS
Invoice: K-103228
01/31/17
02/14/17
$277.35
$439.96
$439.96
02/14/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $1,305.30)
$277.35
$277.35
PTMX CORE FILTERING
02/01/17
02/01/17
$118.50
CLOUD BACKUP
02/01/17
02/01/17
$257.00
Invoice: K-103230
AVG CLOUD CARE
02/01/17
02/01/17
$23.00
Invoice: K-103231
PD AVG CLOUD CARE
02/01/17
02/01/17
$9.00
Invoice: K-103232
PD PTMX CORE FILTERING
02/01/17
02/01/17
$35.00
Invoice: K-103229
01-11-537 COMPUTER SUPPORT
01-11-537 COMPUTER SUPPORT
01-11-537 COMPUTER SUPPORT
01-21-573 MISC. SERVICE CON
01-21-573 MISC. SERVICE CON
Vendor Total for: PLATINUM SYSTEMS
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
$118.50
$257.00
$23.00
$9.00
$35.00
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $9,552.36)
$442.50
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February 21, 2017
Vendor
Invoice
PRO DATA PAYROLL SERVICES
Invoice: 378685
Description
PAYROLL PERIOD ENDING 2/11/17
01-11-531.3 PAYROLL SERVICE
Vendor Total for: PRO DATA PAYROLL SERVICES
RAY O'HERRON CO., INC.
Invoice: 1661314-IN
SUPPLIES
01-21-652 OPERATING SUPPLIE
Invoice: 17-182197
MARCH 2017 DISPATCH SERVICES
01-22-556 DISPATCHING
SNOW REMOVAL SRV 1/30/17
15-00-653 STREET SALT & SAN
SALT BINS PD AND CITY HALL
15-00-653 STREET SALT & SAN
11/01/16
$203.27
02/15/17
$6,645.29
WATER PLANT HYPER+ION
51-00-652 OPERATING SUPPLIE
11/01/16
01-11-573 MISC. CONTRACT SE
Vendor Total for: SUBURBAN ELEVATOR COMPANY
$203.27
$203.27
02/15/17
$6,645.29
$6,645.29
02/01/17
02/01/17
$1,745.00
02/09/17
02/09/17
$455.00
$1,745.00
$455.00
02/15/17
$3,947.20
$2,200.00
02/15/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $9,987.60)
FULL MAINTENANCE CITY HALL
$122.75
$122.75
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $73,476.38)
Vendor Total for: SAL CHEMICAL
SUBURBAN ELEVATOR COMPANY
Invoice: 150301
02/15/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $70,635.90)
Vendor Total for: S.E. SNOW & ICE CONTROL INC.
SAL CHEMICAL
Invoice: 166482
$122.75
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $653.68)
Vendor Total for: REGIONAL EMERGENCY DISPATCH
S.E. SNOW & ICE CONTROL INC.
Invoice: 17-182185
02/15/17
Due Date
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $2,889.00)
Vendor Total for: RAY O'HERRON CO., INC.
REGIONAL EMERGENCY DISPATCH
Invoice: 184-17-03
Inv. Date
List #191
Amount
02/01/17
$177.71
$3,947.20
$3,947.20
02/01/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $1,860.31)
$177.71
$177.71
SWALCO
Invoice: 920002193
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
2017 MEMBERSHIP
01-11-561 DUES
02/01/17
$2,058.75
02/01/17
$2,058.75
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Vendor
Invoice
Description
Vendor Total for: SWALCO
SYNCB/AMAZON
Invoice: 090402781689
Inv. Date
Due Date
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $375.00)
List #191
Amount
$2,058.75
CITY HALL
11/28/16
11/28/16
$5.59
Invoice: 106115971719
POLICE DEPT
01/31/17
01/31/17
$66.98
Invoice: 168455907736
CITY HALL
12/02/16
12/02/16
$64.99
Invoice: 176419800972
CITY HALL
12/02/16
12/02/16
$65.35
Invoice: 264146512261
CITY HALL
01/18/17
01/18/17
$77.98
Invoice: 298660152503
CITY HALL
11/28/16
11/28/16
$106.63
LATE FEE
02/09/17
02/09/17
$4.85
Invoice: L170210
01-11-651 OFFICE SUPPLIES
$5.59
01-21-652 OPERATING SUPPLIE
01-11-652 OPERATING SUPPLIE
01-11-651 OFFICE SUPPLIES
$64.99
$65.35
01-11-652 OPERATING SUPPLIE
01-11-652 OPERATING SUPPLIE
01-11-651 OFFICE SUPPLIES
Vendor Total for: SYNCB/AMAZON
$66.98
$77.98
$106.63
$4.85
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $3,121.06)
$392.37
UPS
Invoice: 0000563018067
POSTAGE
Vendor Total for: UPS
VERIZON WIRELESS
Invoice: 9779603494
02/11/17
01-11-551 POSTAGE
$13.31
02/11/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $365.89)
SERVICE FROM 01/02-02/01/17
01-11-552 TELEPHONE
01-21-552 TELEPHONE
01-44-573 MISC. SERVICE CON
01-51-552 TELEPHONE
01-41-552 TELEPHONE
51-00-552 TELEPHONE
Vendor Total for: VERIZON WIRELESS
02/01/17
$345.88
$916.64
$58.22
$71.43
$62.58
$125.16
$13.31
$13.31
02/01/17
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $12,631.02)
$1,579.91
$1,579.91
WEX BANK
Invoice: 48482980
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
FUEL 1/1-1/31/17
01-21-513 REP & MAINT - VEH
01-21-655 AUTOMOTIVE/FUEL/O
01/31/17
$30.19
$2,017.88
01/31/17
$2,596.84
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Vendor
Invoice
Description
01-41-655 AUTOMOTIVE/FUEL/O
51-00-655 AUTOMOTIVE FUEL/O
Vendor Total for: WEX BANK
ZTARG ENTERPRISES INC
Invoice: TOSI2017A
Inv. Date
$353.99
$194.78
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $25,244.06)
IVAN TOSI-SCOOTER
01-00-358.2 NORDSTROM FUND
Vendor Total for: ZTARG ENTERPRISES INC
02/16/17
$3,349.98
(Fiscal YTD Payments: $.00)
GENERAL FUND
MOTOR FUEL TAX
911 EMERGENCY FUND
WATER & SEWER
Grand Total:
Generated by the Locis Software...printed 02/17/17
Due Date
List #191
Amount
$2,596.84
02/16/17
$3,349.98
$3,349.98
$42,693.51
$2,200.00
$50.71
$238,875.95
$283,820.17
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CITY OF HIGHWOOD RESOLUTION _____
A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ARC APPLICATION FOR SIGNAGE
(9 PRAIRIE AVE – DOMINOS PIZZA)
ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL
OF THE
CITY OF HIGHWOOD, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS
ON
THE ___ DAY OF____________, 2017
City-wide
Aldermen
Mayor:
City Clerk:
Charlie Pecaro
Vacant
Matt Feddermann
Chris Grice
City Manager:
Scott Coren
Mike Fiore
Andy Peterson
City Attorney:
James V. Ferolo
M. Brad Slavin
Klein, Thorpe, Jenkins, Ltd
Eric Falberg
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RESOLUTION ______
A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ARC APPLICATION FOR SIGNAGE
(9 PRAIRIE AVE – DOMINOS PIZZA)
WHEREAS, in accordance with Title 10 Chapter 3 of the Highwood City Code, an application
has been submitted to the City of Highwood Appearance Review Committee (“ARC”) for proposed
signage for Domino’s Pizza; and
WHEREAS, the ARC, in relation to the application for many specific items included in the
attached application, has determined the proposed wall sign, window signs and monument sign is
compliant with the Appearance Review Code and is appropriate and consistent with the overall purpose
of this chapter; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Highwood accepts the ARC recommendation and
desires to approve the wall sign, window signs and monument sign.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
HIGHWOOD, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, as follows:
SECTION 1: The ARC recommends a variance to Code 10-3-6-7 C. 2a. (4) Said sign shall not
exceed eight feet (8') in length, including any foundation and supporting structure, based on Variance 103-9 1a. (4) That due to unique circumstances...the proposed or existing sign is aesthetically consistent
with the environment. In accordance with the recommendation made by the ARC attached hereto as
Exhibit A and the proposal attached hereto as Exhibit B.
SECTION 2: The City Council hereby approves the application for signage as depicted in the
proposal attached hereto as Exhibit B.
ADOPTED this ___day of_________________, 2017, pursuant to a roll call vote as follows:
Chris Grice
Matt Feddermann
Eric Falberg
Mike Fiore
M Brad Slavin
Andy Peterson
AYES:______________________________________________________________
NAYS:______________________________________________________________
ABSENT:___________________________________________________________
APPROVED by the City Council of the City of Highwood this ___ day of____________, 2017.
______________________________
Mayor Charles Pecaro
ATTEST:
________________________________
Deputy City Clerk
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EXHIBIT A
Appearance Review Committee
February 14, 2017
Action Items
1) The ARC recommends Council approval of the proposed signage for Domino's
Pizza, 9 Prairie Avenue, per the photos and drawings submitted. Signage includes a
back lit lettered wall sign with business name and logo; door signage including
Domino's signature Welcome sign, LED illuminated, and store hours, with
maximum four inch (4") letters and numbers; a "pizza paddle" shaped Open hanging
sign, illuminated only during store hours; a double faced illuminated monument
sign combining new School of Rock and Domino's names and logos.
The applicant agrees to replace existing monument sign insert to conform to the six
foot (6') height limit cited in the Code.
The existing nine foot (9') long brick structure housing the sign will remain. The
ARC recommends Council approval of a variance to Code 10-3-6-7 C. 2a. (4) Said sign
shall not exceed eight feet (8') in length, including any foundation and supporting structure,
based on Variance 10-3-9 1a. (4) That due to unique circumstances...the proposed or existing
sign is aesthetically consistent with the environment...
The Committee also recommends approval of the landscape screening of the dumpster area.
2) The ARC recommends denial of the proposed awning for Nails by Rococo, 325
Waukegan per the photo submitted. The eleven and a half inch (11.5") awning
lettering does not conform to the Code eight inch (8") maximum letter height
(10-3-6-7E 4a.) and was installed without ARC review and Council approval.
The Committee recommendations were unanimous.
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A digital copy of the submittal requirements ls required for preliminary Staff Review. If materials are incomplete, Staff will direct the
applicant to submit five (5) hard copies of the submittal with one copy of the application form and checklist to:
City Manager, 17 Highwood Ave, Highwood, IL 60040
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City of Highwood and Development. A copy of Title 10 Chapter 3 may be obtained onllne at:
www.dtyofhlghwood.org.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure all necessary documentation and permits are flied with
the city.
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Applicant shall be present at the Committee Meeting for presentation of the request.
Incomplete applications will NOT be placed on the agenda.
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CITY OF HIGHWOOD
17 HIGHWOOD AVE
HIGHWOOD, IL 60040
Phone 847.432.1924 / Fax 847.432.0735
www.cityofhighwood.org
Appearance Review Commission (ARC)
Application Packet & Checklist
DARC Administrative Review $75
DAIi Sign Packages Requiring Varlation $150
DAwning $25
DLandscape or Parking Lot Review $100
0Building Review ( <5,000 sq ft) $100
0Building Review (>5,000 sq ft) $200
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(5 paper copies and 1 digital copy are required)
The following items MUST be submitted to the City of Highwood before consideration by the Appearance
Review Committee
1. Completed application (available at City Hall or City's website)
2. Type of sign (check all that apply)
rtlwall
0Awning/canopy
Dsandwich board
[XJMonument
0Window
Oother (specify) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
3. Full-color rendering, or retouched photograph showing sign(s) in relationship to
building
4. De}ailed description of sign:
0Sfgn dimensions, including total square footage of sign(s)
~ign materials
[9'Colors (provide actual color samples}
r3§ize of all lettering elements
Q6imension of window and/or building fa~de
[f(Name of lettering style (font)
B'lnstallation details
5. Photographs showing adjacent properties and views from subject property.
6. Actual samples of awning, canopy, or sign material
7. If applicable, all lighting details:
0Photo or actual light fixture
0Color rendering or retouched photograph showing exact location of light fixtures
Ooetail sheet of wattage, finlsh lens type for each proposed fixture
0If applicable, height and light spread indicated on elevation drawings
0Installation details
8. Sign variation requests
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January 27, 2017
NRJM, Inc
Ray Montez
1413 Sherman Road, Suite 30
Romeoville, IL 60446
Dear Ray:
Thank you for allowing Express Signs and Lighting Maintenance, Inc. the opportunity to present a
quotation for your signage program for Domino's located at 9 Prairie Avenue in Highwood, IL.
DESCRIPTION: EXPRESS SIGNS AND LIGHTING MAINTENANCE will manufacture and
install:
• (1) set of 30" channel letters that will have white acrylic faces with blue trim caps and
returns and (1) 3'1 O" x 3'1 O" logo. The letters will have translucent blue vinyl border and
will be internally illuminated by white LEDs. The logo will have white returns and will be
internally illuminated by white LED's. The logo will have translucent blue and red
graphics. The letters and logo will be mounted on a raceway that will be painted to match
the building. Copy to read: Domino's with logo
COST .............. ................... ........ $3,395.00
•
Manufacture and install in the existing brick foundation (1) 6' x 6'10' double faced
internally illuminated sign cabinet. The sign will be internally illuminated by white LEDs
and will have room for (2) tenant panels made of white lexan on each side. The sign
cabinet, divider bars and retainers will all be painted black.
o (2) sign faces for School of Rock Music will have translucent vinyl colors applied
to white lexan faces.
o (2) sign faces for Domino's that will have translucent Intense Blue and Red vinyl
graphics to white lexan faces.
COST .........................................$4,400.00
""If you wish to go with fluorescent lamps, deduct $800.""
SUBTOTAL. ............. . ....... $7, 795.00
TAX .... .. ........... .. ... .. ..... .. ........ ..... $341.03
TOT AL .... ...... .... .. .... .. ........ ..... .. . $8,136.03
TERMS: A deposit of one half of the total cost ($4,068.00) shall be submitted with this order, the
balance being due on the day of completion date. A finance charge of 1.5% per month ( 18%
annually) will be charged on all past due accounts over thirty (30) days.
TAXES: Are included in the total cost of this contract is subject to the State of Illinois Service
Occupation Tax (4.375%) effective as of January 1, 2016.
PERMITS, LICENSE, BOND AND ADMINISTRATIVE FEES: Permit, license & administrative
fees will be additional. Permits license and bonds and will be bi/Jed at cost. Sign
Construction and or installation is contingent and will commence upon receipt of the permit.
Delivery dates are estimated from receipt of the permit.
212 Amendodge Dr. • Shorewood, IL 60404 815-725-9080 • Fax
815-725-7543
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WARRANTY: There is a (1) one year warranty on all parts and labor, after the one year
warranty is up on labor and there is an additional (4) four year warranty on LED's.
ELECTRICAL: All electrical feeds are the responsibility of the customer and are to be
located at the sign area.
REMEDIES FOR DEFAULT: In the event that the customer fails to pay for all services, labor and
material, provided for herein , pursuant to the payment terms and conditions as set forth herein ,
then Express Signs and Lighting Maintenance,
Inc. shall have any and all remedies provided by the statutes and the Common Law of the State
of Illinois and, shall in addition to those remedies have the right to recover all reasonable
attorneys fees for the collection of any delinquent sums due hereunder including reasonable
collection costs and any law suit; legal expenses for the cost of preparing, filing and recording any
mechanics liens and for any and all reasonable attorney's fee s incurred in the fil ing of any
mechanics liens resulting from customer's failure to pay or other default pursuant to the terms
and conditions of these agreements.
Express Signs and Lighting Maintenance, Inc. and customer further agree that this agreement is
executed at Shorewood, Will County, Illinois and all legal actions or lawsuits brought hereunder
by Express Signs and Lighting Maintenance, Inc. or customer shall be brought in the Circuit Court
for the 121h Judicial Circuit in the County of Will, State of Illinois.
SEVERABILITY: All agreements and covenants contained herein are severable and in the event
any of them shall be held to be invalid by any common court, this agreement shall be interpreted
as if such invalid agreements or covenants were not contained herein and all other parts of this
agreement shall be and remain in full force and effect.
If this meets with your approval, please execute a copy of the enclosed acceptance of the
proposal and a copy of the print and return them to our office along with your deposit. Your
prompt attention to this request will help expedite your signage.
Again, thank you for the opportunity to present this proposal. If you should have any questions,
please contact my office.
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ACCEPTANCE OF PROPOSAL
Please accept this as approval to proceed with the signage project as described above. All work
completed is subject to the aforementioned terms and conditions. I understand that all electrical
feeds to the sign area are to be provided by others and located at the sign area.
Signed:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _Date:_ _ _ _ _ __
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CUSTOMER :
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PROJECT ADDRESS:
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PROJECT:
CHANNEL LETIERS
PROOF NO#:
016-297
DESIGNER:
BS
- - - RACEWAY PAINTED TO
MATCH BUILDING EXTERI OR
ALUMINU M RETURN
DATE:
11.23.16
SCALE:
3/8"=1'
REVISION:
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(1) SET OF ILLUMINATED CHANNEL LETTERS - Domino's
• New set of illuminated channel letters mounted to a raceway
• WHITE acrylic faces with INTENSE BLUE trim caps
• BLUE returns (to match translucent vinyl color)
• Channel letter faces to have translucent vinyl (0.5" Border) applied to each face
• Translucent Vinyl Color: 3M Intense Blue (3630-127)
• Illuminated with WHITE L.E.D.'s
• Wireway painted color: SW 7594
(1) ILLUMINATED MODULE - LOGO
• New illuminated logo module mounted to a raceway
• WHITE acrylic face with WHITE trim caps & WHITE returns
• Logo module face to have translucent vinyl
• Translucent Vinyl Colors: 3M Intense Blue (3630-127),
3M Red (3630 -33)
• Illuminated with WHITE L.E.D.'s
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SCALE: N.T.S.
THIS DRAWING IS THE
PROPERTY OF EXPRESS
SIGNS AND IS TO ONLY BE
USED IN CONNECTION WITH
WORK PERFORMED BY
EXPRESS SIGNS . THIS
DRAWING IS NOTTO BE
REPRODUCED, COPIED OR
EXHIBITED IN ANY FASHION
WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT
FROM EXPRESS SIGNS .
CHARGES UP TO $2,000 WILL
BE ASSESSED
FOR ANY MIS-USE.
SIGN TYPE:
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APPROVED BY:
TOTAL SQUARE FEET: 46
(1) 20 Amp Circuit/ 120V
U.L. ELECTRICAL #E154882
DATE APPROVED :
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PHONE:
815 .725.9080
FAX:
815.725.7543
EMAIL:
[email protected]
ADDRESS:
2" Retainer
212 AMENDODGE
SHOREWOOD, IL
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CUSTOMER:
DOMINO'S
PROJECT ADDRESS:
HIGHWOOD, IL
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School of Rock logo
REVISION:
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(1) D/F ILLUMINATED TENANT MONUMENT SIGN
• Illuminated Sign Cabinet with (2) Tenant Panels per side
• Sign Cabinet to have WHITE lexan tenant panels
• Sign cabinet, divider bar and retainers painted BLACK
• Sign Cabinet to be Illuminated with WHITE L.E.D.'s
(2) SIGN FACES - "School Of Rock"
• New vinyl graphics applied WHITE Lexan faces
• Translucent Vinyl Colors : 3M Black, 3M Red (3630-33)
(2) SIGN FACES - "Domino's"
• New vinyl graphics applied WHITE Lexan faces
• Translucent Vinyl Colors: 3M Intense Blue (3630-127), 3M Red (3630-33)
THIS DRAWING IS THE
PROPERTY OF EXPRESS
SIGNS AND IS TO ONLY BE
USED IN CONNECTION WITH
WORK PERFORMED BY
EXPRESS SIGNS. THIS
DRAWING IS NOTTO BE
REPRODUCED, COPIED OR
EXHIBITED IN ANY FASHION
WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT
FROM EXPRESS SIGNS.
CHARGES UP TO $2,000 WILL
BE ASSESSED
FOR ANY MIS-USE.
SIGN TYPE:
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APPROVED BY:
TOTAL SQUARE FEET: 41
(1) 20 Amp Circuit/ 120V
U.L. ELECTRICAL #E154882
DATE APPROVED:
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DOMINO’S LED OPEN SIGN
WELCOME CUSTOMER
ENTRY DOOR SIGNAGE
DOMINO’S STANDARD STORE
HOURS VINYL GRAPHIC
A: STOREFRONT SIGNAGE
NEW ILLUMINATED
DOMINO’S SIGNAGE
EXISTING SCHOOL OF ROCK
ILLUMINATED SIGNAGE
(2) NEW DUMPSTERS
LANDSCAPE SCREEN: (3) 6’-0”
TECHNY ARBORVITAE W/ 3”
DEEP MULCH BED
NEW ILLUMINATED
DOMINO’S SIGNAGE
EXISTING SCHOOL OF ROCK
ILLUMINATED SIGNAGE
(2) NEW DUMPSTERS BEHIND
LANDSCAPE SCREEN
EXTG BRICK MONUMENT
SIGN W/ NEW 41 SQ FT
ILLUMINATED SIGN PANEL
B: ILLUMINATED BUILDING SIGNAGE
C: BUILDING WITH MONUMENT SIGN
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CITY OF HIGHWOOD RESOLUTION _____
A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ARC APPLICATION FOR AN
AWNING
(325 WAUKEGAN AVE – NAIL CITY ROCOCO)
ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL
OF THE
CITY OF HIGHWOOD, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS
ON
THE ___ DAY OF____________, 2017
City-wide
Aldermen
Mayor:
City Clerk:
Charlie Pecaro
Vacant
Matt Feddermann
Chris Grice
City Manager:
Scott Coren
Mike Fiore
Andy Peterson
City Attorney:
James V. Ferolo
M. Brad Slavin
Klein, Thorpe, Jenkins, Ltd
Eric Falberg
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RESOLUTION ______
A RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ARC APPLICATION FOR AN
AWNING
(325 WAUKEGAN AVE – NAIL CITY ROCOCO)
WHEREAS, in accordance with Title 10 Chapter 3 of the Highwood City Code, an application
has been submitted to the City of Highwood Appearance Review Committee (“ARC”) for proposed
signage for Nail City Rococo; and
WHEREAS, the ARC, in relation to the application for signage, has determined the proposed
signage is acceptable in material, font, and design, but that the size of the lettering is not compatible with
surrounding establishments nor consistent with the overall purpose of the Code, and therefore
recommends denial of the same; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Highwood understands the concerns of the ARC and
desires to permit the restaurant to promote its business and does not find the sign to be a flagrant change
to the appearance of the community;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
HIGHWOOD, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, as follows:
SECTION 1: The City Council hereby approves a variance to Section 10-3-6-7E 4a of the
Highwood City Code to allow eleven and a half inch (11.5”) lettering on the awning.
SECTION 2: The City Council hereby approves the application for signage as depicted in the
proposal attached hereto as Exhibit B.
ADOPTED this ___day of_________________, 2017, pursuant to a roll call vote as follows:
Chris Grice
Matt Feddermann
Eric Falberg
Mike Fiore
M Brad Slavin
Andy Peterson
AYES:______________________________________________________________
NAYS:______________________________________________________________
ABSENT:___________________________________________________________
APPROVED by the City Council of the City of Highwood this ___ day of____________, 2017.
______________________________
Mayor Charles Pecaro
ATTEST:
________________________________
Deputy City Clerk
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EXHIBIT A
Appearance Review Committee
February 14, 2017
Action Items
1) The ARC recommends Council approval of the proposed signage for Domino's
Pizza, 9 Prairie Avenue, per the photos and drawings submitted. Signage includes a
back lit lettered wall sign with business name and logo; door signage including
Domino's signature Welcome sign, LED illuminated, and store hours, with
maximum four inch (4") letters and numbers; a "pizza paddle" shaped Open hanging
sign, illuminated only during store hours; a double faced illuminated monument
sign combining new School of Rock and Domino's names and logos.
The applicant agrees to replace existing monument sign insert to conform to the six
foot (6') height limit cited in the Code.
The existing nine foot (9') long brick structure housing the sign will remain. The
ARC recommends Council approval of a variance to Code 10-3-6-7 C. 2a. (4) Said sign
shall not exceed eight feet (8') in length, including any foundation and supporting structure,
based on Variance 10-3-9 1a. (4) That due to unique circumstances...the proposed or existing
sign is aesthetically consistent with the environment...
The Committee also recommends approval of the landscape screening of the dumpster area.
2) The ARC recommends denial of the proposed awning for Nails by Rococo, 325
Waukegan per the photo submitted. The eleven and a half inch (11.5") awning
lettering does not conform to the Code eight inch (8") maximum letter height
(10-3-6-7E 4a.) and was installed without ARC review and Council approval.
The Committee recommendations were unanimous.
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CITY OF HIGHWOOD
17 HIGHWOOD AVE
HIGHWOOD, IL 60040
Phone 847.432.1924 / Fax 847.432.0735
www.cityofhighwood.org
Appearance Review Committee Application
Please print clearly.
A digital copy of the submittal requirements is required for preliminary Staff Review. If materials are incomplete, Staff will direct the
applicant to submlt five (5) hard copies of the submittal with one copy of the application form and checklist to:
City Manager, 17 Highwood Ave, Highwood, IL 60040
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Incomplete applications will NOT be placed on the agenda.
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CITY OF HIGHWOOD
17 HIGHWOOD AVE
HIGHWOOD, IL 60040
Phone 847.432.1~24 / Fax 847.432.0735
www.cityofhighwood.org
Appearance Review Commission (ARC)
Application Packet & Checklist
A1>11l_i~\i9n J\,pi:~""f~~ $~ij~i.i:~i~
~ARC Administrative Review $75
DAIi Sign Packages Requiring Variation $150
0Awning $25
0Landscape or Parking lot Review $100
0Building Review (<5,000 sq ft) $100
0Building Review (>5,000 sq ft) $200
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(5 paper copies and 1 digital copy are required)
The following items MUST be submitted to the City of Highwood before consideration by the Appearance
Review Committee
-1. Completed application (available at City Hall or Oty's website)
2.
Type of sign (check all that apply)
Owall
12?!Awning/canopy
~Window
Dsandwich board
0Monument
Dother (specify),_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
3. Full-color rendering, or retouched photograph showing sign(s) in relationship to
building
4. Detailed description of sign:
0Sign dimensions, including total square footage of sign(s)
0Sign materials
0Colors (provide actual color samples)
0Size of all letterlng elements
0Dimension of window and/or building fa<;ade
0Name of lettering style (font)
0Installation details
5. Photographs showing adjacent properties and views from subject property.
6. Actual samples of awning, canopy, or sign material
7. If applicable, all lighting details:
0Photo or actual light fixture
0Color rendering or retouched photograph showing exact location of light fixtures
0Detail sheet of wattage, finish lens type for each proposed fixture
0If applicable, height and light spread indicated on elevation drawings
0Installation details
8. Sign variation requests
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178"
New Lettering on Existing Awning
Scale: 1/4"=1 '00"
* Black Awning Fabric with White Letters
* Nail City : Roman
* Rococo : Ariston
Door Decal ( White Vinyl)
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OPEN HOURS
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Store Front : 20'
Nail City Rococo
325 Waukegan Ave
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AGENDA MEMO
City Council
February 21, 2017
ISSUE STATEMENT
A motion authorizing the City Manager to trade in the Holder sidewalk plow and purchase a
Steiner 440 Tractor to maintain City parks and sidewalks in an amount not to exceed $16,967.
BACKGROUND/HISTORY
The City has attempted to maintain sidewalks free of snow over the past two winters but has
been challenged with repeated equipment and repair issues with the Holder sidewalk plow.
Director of Parks & Recreation Ivan Tosi researched alternative equipment that can be used not
only for sidewalk maintenance but also assist with the parks and the baseball diamonds. After
reviewing four different machines, he recommends the purchase of the Steiner 440, a 25
horsepower vehicle. This is a machine that is capable of the heavy duty use associated with
moving snow while being more cost efficient at $24,967 than other options that cost up to
$90,000. In addition, the City has been offered $8,000 as a trade-in for the old Holder sidewalk
plow.
The purchase would be paid for out of the Special Recreation Fund, which is comprised of
donations to the Parks & Recreation Department, the sale of snacks and vending machines, and
banner advertisements. This would not impact the City’s general fund.
STAFF/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval.
ALTERNATE CONSIDERATION
Not approving would be an alternate consideration.
ATTACHMENTS
-Steiner Brochure
-Quotations
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QUOTATION
RUSSO'S POWER EQUIPMENT INC
9525 W. Irving Park Rd
Schiller Park , IL 60176
Phone#: (847)678-9525
Fax#: (847)678-0705
PAGE: 1
PHONE#: (847)432-1924
CELL#:
DATE: 1/9/2017
ORDER#: 3380951
CUSTOMER#: 1168173
ALT. #:
P.O.#: Holder C240 Trade
TERMS: Net 45 EOM
CP: Pete L
LOCATION: 1
STATUS: Active
SAIES TYPE: Quote
BILLTO 1168173
SHIPTO
City of Highwood
17 Highwood Avenue
Highwood, IL 60040
MFR PRODUCT NUMBER
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TRADE-IN
. ·. · DESCRIPTION ·
Holder C240 / V-Blade / Snow Blower/
Spreader
City of Highwood
432 Green Bay Road
Highwood, IL 60040
QTY
.PRICE
$0.05
NET
($8,000.00)
TOTAL
($8,000.00)
Prices reflected on this quote are valid for 15 days
SUBTOTAL:
TAX:
($8,000.00)
$0.00
ORDER TOTAL:
($8,000.00)
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QUOTATION
RUSSO'S POWER EQUIPMENT INC
9525 W. Irving Park Rd
Schiller Park , IL 60176
Phone#: (847)678-9525
Fax #: (847)678-0705
PAGE: 1
DATE: 12/21/2016
PHONE#: (847)432-1924
CEIL#:
ORDER#: 3368596
ALT.#:
CUSTOMER #: 1168173
CP: Pete L
P.O.#: Steiner 4400
TERMS: Net 45 EOM
LOCATION: 1
STATUS: Active
SALES TYPE: Quote
BILLTO 1168173
. SIDP'J'O·
City of Highwood
432 Green Bay Road
Highwood, IL 60040
City of Highwood
17 Highwood Avenue
Highwood, IL 60040
MFR PRODUCT NUMBER
STEI 75-72010FT
STEI 75-71215
STEI 75-71221
STE! 75-71222
STEI 75-71223
STEI 75-71226
STEI 75-71214
STEI 75-71209
STEI 75-70550A
SNOV'SD-600
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STEINER SET-UP
DEL DELIVERY
DESCJUPTION
440 I 4WD Tractor/ 25HP Kub Dsl / Fld Trax
Tires
All Weather Cab Enclosure/ 440 Deluxe
Water Heater Kit/ 440 Cab
Work Light (2-lights Front or Rear) 440 Cab
Safety Beacon Light Kit / 440 Cab
Interior Mirror / 440 Cab
Engine Overheat Protection System
PT440 / 3-Pt Cat. 1 Hitch w/Hyd Control
80358 - Blade IV-Blade
Drop Spreader/ 6 cu.ft. I 36"
Steiner Set - Up Charge
Russo Delivery
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NET
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·PRICE
$21,210.00
$14,238.00
$14,238.00
$6,071.00
$631.00
$184.00
$197.00
$54.00
$105.00
$1,295.00
$2,992.00
$3,331.00
$500.00
$0.00
$4,245.00
$441.00
$129.00
$137.00
$39.00
$74.00
$949.00
$2,165.00
$2,085.00
$465.00
$0.00
$4,245.00
$441.00
$129.00
$137.00
$39.00
$74.00
$949.00
$2,165.00
$2,085.00
$465.00
$0.00
Prices reflected on this quote are valid for 15 days
SUBTOTAL:
TAX:
$24,967.00
$0.00
ORDER TOTAL:
$24,967.00
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COMMERCIAl / MUNICIPAL/ SCHOOLS
Landscape contractors trust Steiner to help stretGh !heir equipment
budgets ahd expand their service offerings. Municipalities working under
tiglltening budgets also get more done for l~s with Steiner tractors:
• Hassle-free mowing with side and rear discharge/
mulching and rough cut mower decks
• Easily aerate lawns and till gardens and baseball infields
• Quickly clean sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots with
sweepers, blowers, snaw blowers and snow blades
< SNOW
Yau wan't find Steiner tractors hibernating in winter; they're working
hard to improve your produelivity year-round. With Steiner's full line
of snow atlachments, you can easily conquer any size storm:
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Slow heavy snaw with our powerful snaw blower
Sweep light snow away with our rotary sweepers
Push piles aside with our power angle blades
Carry snow away from parking and paved areas with our slip scoop
Stay warm with our tractor cab (optional)
< fARM/HOME
Owning a Steiner means more value for your money because of
how much you can accomplish with one machine. You name it and
your Steiner tractor can do it:
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ste1neFtr;ictors have been a, home on 001fcourses tor over ao years;
Tmsted for slope mowing, superintendents use Steiner b'actors to mow
·· roughs and green and tee surmunils:Steiner is a.Isa the go-to ncior for:
•Trenching
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• Aeratjng small areas
• Blowing aff aeration cores .·
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440 TRACTOI:
The 440's articulating llfld oscillaling frame, low center of gravity and 4-wheel drive provide unmatched traction,
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maneuverability and power. Tackle steep and con1nured terrain with easy confidence and security.
2 POWERFUL ENGINE CHOICES
Built for heavy-duty versatility and reliability,
the steiner 440 4-wheel drive tractor includes
advanced, user-friendly features to help get
the job done easily and efficiently.
Choose between four of the industry's most powerful and reliable engines: a Kohler" 34 or 40 horsepower gasoline, air·
cooled; a Kubota'" 25 horsepower diesel; and a Kubota® 32 horsepower gasoline, liquid-cooled. The 440 provides more
power with a 40 AMP alternator and 525 CCA battery.
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SUPERIOR fflBAUUCS
With two pumps, the 440 offers 60% more oil capacity and delivers 1500 PSI of lift pressure, so you have more available
hydraulic power for steering and work.
Specifications rm page 18
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STRONG FRONT AND BUI TUNSIILES
Newly redesigned transaxles are built lo handle even the most rigorous tasks and terrain. Dual-range transaxles deliver
10.50 mph In high and 5.25 mph in low.
S EASY TO USE ANYWHEIE, INTIIME
The forward/reverse foot control provides hands-free speed control, 200-watt headlights provide 80% more illumination,
and an a-gallon fuel tank reduces the number of stops for refills. *Optional hand-operated speed control available.
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CDMFOITIILE RIDE. EASY STEERING
Wi1h a large, vertically adjustable operator platform, conveniently located controls, standard radial seat springs, armrests,
and more, working hard won't feel like it.
*Optional Suspension S11at Kit availab/11.
1 MORESTANDAIDFEIIURES
A folding rollover protective structure, an Integral frame rear weight bar, and dual-range lransaxles are just a few of the
features that come standard on the 440.
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QUICI-HRCH fflTEM
Steiner's proven two-point Quick-Hitch TM System makes switching attachments virtually effortless. No tools are required
and, in just a few minutes, you can be on 1n your next task.
9 AUllllUY HYDRAULICS
Standard auxiliary hydraulic system helps you handle additional chores with our optional attachments.
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CAPABLE, VERSATILE, AND EASY TO USE
TRACTION-MAIN WEIGHT TRANSFER SYSTEM
Weight is transferred hydraulically to the front axle for added traction and stabilization when mowing hmsides.
The weight transfer system also provides additional stability when using heavier attachments.
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HYH8Sm1e RONT-WREEL DIIVE
A powerful hydrostatic transmission with front-wheel drive and a low center of gravity gives 1he 235 plenty of
grip and stability on slopes and in slippery conditions.
Known for its power and versatility, the
Steiner 235 front-wheel drive tractor
delivers a hard-working punch.
Specificatitms 011 page 19
3 DIFFERENTIAl LOH
When needed, link the front drive wheels toge1her with the differential lock for extra traction on slopes and
ice-covered pavement
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COMPACT AGIIITY AND USY SPEED camoL
At 56 inches wide and 82 inches long, 1he 235 has a forward/reverse foot control for easy maneuvering in and out
of tight spots. High speed is infinitely variable up to 1OMPH, and low speed is vartable up to 5 MPH.
s PRODICTIVE MANEDERABIIITY
Cruise around obstacles quickly and navigate tight spots easily with the 235's comfortable steering wheel and
hydraulic rear-wheel power steering.
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POWER AND DUIABlllTY
A powerful, liquid-cooled, 3-cyllnder, 24.8 gross horsepower Kubota® diesel engine provides all the power you need
to run attachments and handle tough, challenging condifions. A large-capacity Warner 175 ft lb power take-off clutch
stands up to the punishment of everyday use. A rollover protective structure comes standard on the 235.
1 OPTIONII FRONT-MOUfflD ATIACIMENTS
Choose from a variety of available front-mounted attachments for mowing, grounds maintenance, and snow removal.
Optional accessories include cabs, sunshades, and more. All are easy to attach and service, and provide good visibility
of 1he task at hand.
B QUICI-IITCI'" SYfflM
Go from mowing to blowing or from sweeping to plowing snow with Steiner's standard two-point Quick·ftitch™ System.
Let's you easily switch attachments in minutes, without tools.
9 AUXIUUY HYDRAUlleS
Standard auxiliary hydraulic system helps you handle additional chores with our optional attachments.
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STEINER SITE PREPARATION &
TUBE' MAINTENANCE ATTACHMENTS
There's not much you cOO_•t do willl a Stei_ner tracter and our broad
·range of site ·j,reparation
and turf mainten_ance attachments.-Mow la1Nns, ctJUall weeds, till soll, aenite turf,_all_d more.
SIIE-DISCURGE BOTIIIY MOWERS
Three-blade side-discharge rotary mowers feature tapered roller-bearing spindle
assemblies. Full-floating decks reduce scalping. Single-lever height adjustment.
High-velocity blade speeds and channeled rubber discharge chute provide even
clipping distribution. Deck flips up more than 90 degrees for easy access to
blades and underside. (MO. 235)
MODEL Mfl448
MODEL MD46D
Overall width wilh _discharge clll1iff: 61"
Clllb'ngwldlh:47"
CU111nghelght 1'to4-W
SpJldledrive:Single'V' belt
Spilldles: Tapersd roller assembles
Blildes:3blades. 16·14'
Dlschflille:Side
Whfl(lls:1o·K3.5serni-pooumaOC
Weight 330 lbs
Dms silaft to ?TO belt
Overallwidlhllithd"1SCharge·c:llute:74"
Cllt1nlgwidth:59-'/,"
C1J\Jngheight:1'to4-w
SpJldledrive:Slllgle"V'balt
Spildles: T1ljl!lmd roller assemllJies
BladM: 3 blsd1is, 20-Y.,'
Olschalga:Side
\l\lhfl(II:;: 10 x3.5 sllffii-pneumati;;
Weight: 360 lbs
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MODEL MD472
Overnll width\loilh(t!;charge er.JIB. 86"
CUtlir'Gwidth:72'
Ctitilrl,i height: 1" IO 4"
Spirdedrtve:Silgle'V'belt
Spird!ls:Tap8i'edrollsrassem1Nies
Blades: 3 blades, 24-:W
Disdlarge:Sida
Wl\9els: 10 x 3.5 sl)IT1]-pneumalil;
Weight 470 IDs
Dr!.e shaft to PTO bait
REU·DISCUIGE / MUICHING BOTIRY DECK
Go from rear-discharge to mulchlng de<:k by simply Installing the separate blade
and baffle option. Deck flips LI? more than 90 degrees for easy access to blades
and unde~lde. (440. 235)
MOOll Mll/180
·overall ~dth: 60-¥'
Cutlingwidth:60"
Cuttinghelght1-Wto4"
SJ)ind!lldfive:Silgle'V"bBll
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ROIGH CUT MOWER
Tackles overgrown brush and bramble up to 1.5" in _diameter. This newly designed
moiNing deck incorporates the _latest In rough cutting technology to remove thick
woody growth, as well as dense grassy weeds. (440)
MODEL 15-71300
OYerall l(iillh: 73'' 1(lack 76" l'lllh skids)
CtJWng'wkttll: 72"
Cutllajtelgl,t 3-,3.(4" to 6'
DlivesMll.toPTO lielt
Splrdls: Cast lrllft, sealed ball bea~gs
Blr.:les: 3 bt\des, 24"
D~lwge:Rear
Skid st.Jes: 2 (2 IJl}tbnal casterwree~)
Wsight430 1116
Available. optiolls: Gaster wheel kit
Counter rola1ing blade!<Jt
REIDECII
Mow µneven turf_ and undulating terrain wlth01Jt scalping, and give·level playing
fields ·a Smooth, professional cut with the steiner flex deck' attachment Great around
bunkers, tee boxes !ind pond banks, near fences and under trees. {440)
MODEL 75-71305
Overall width: 62' (70'w!th trim sK!e de~ railed)
(94' with cllute OOMl)
OYerallcutllngwldth:80'
Decils:4hlnged.20degraesarti:ulat!an
Trlmslde!leck20"o!lset,hycr.lullclilt
CIJtlinghei\tJ1:1·112"to5"
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~eels: 10.25 x3.25 ooml-poournallc
Blades: 3 blaoos, 20-W
Weight: Reilf discharge: 380 lbs; Mulclllng op!()Jl: 400 lbs
Splndh;:s:Castiron,swlEllbai'b~s
Sla1Jes:4iligh-ll1tblades,21"
Wheeh: 5frorrt, 2 rea,; 9 x 3.5 no flat
semi-l]lleumalic
06Ch!lrge: Side
Wliighl: 430 lbs
TREE FABM MOWER
T~e d_own grasses and weeds between rows with ease. The out-front design
provides good visibility for two-sided trimming. /Fils 440 wi//11.iut tenders)
MODELMC400
OYeralwldth:45-W
CUllingiwll!t44"
01/eial length: 79' lncludlngwlleolshields
euttinghei1lt2"to5"
Spindle drive: ~m ~d 2V-bellll
SplnrJles:1'~bearfngs
Blades; 2 bladei 22-:W
iliscberge:Aear
Vl'egit2721bs
Drive shaft lo PTO belt
CBRUERATU
Aerate turf for better health with our easy-to-use core aerator. Independent 3/4-inch
tine·assemblles provide a 6 1/2._-lnch by 7-inch coring pattern. To aerate deeper,
simply add more weight to the weight box. (440, 235)
MODELAl240
Oieralwklth:'45-W
Working Wllth: 40-\14"
0Yerall\9i:)flt28-li.;"
OYeral!IBllglh:30'
Malns~ltbearil(lll:l'ireosable1-Jo,
11mm: 6 perwllell!, "'" c.ore Umis
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Aerating wM:1111: 42" actual; 46' eff!lcthle
AeraUng depth:~ to 3-W
AeraUrv pattern: 6-W x 7" (3.6 holes 8q/flJ
Weight: 390 lbs wl!1 ~ Wllighls
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. ·. tfiejob done quickly. The durable.chain-drive rotor is. rn.ade with a solid 1 .!>-inch
sreelshaltand liolds2foitting tines. /44o;235J ··
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. . Cullng a,p~:-28'.
The p~rflli aJdal'fioW 1ur:bioo,(lesign bftiwer iJ.ms gule!ly aro:l produces wind
spe8!1Sup to 114 MPH:The nozzle rotates hydrauljca!ly 360 degrei,s lo blow
· de~Hsln the sates!;most efficient direction. A blower,niounted kickstand comes
wlt(t ihe Quick-Hitch™ System to make attaching quick and easy. (4412 Z35)
O'°rai.wldlli:27'.·.
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ilk~!: SS244' 135 lbs; SS248 :. 170 ibe .
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54"
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sWeepyour !awn of cuttl~~s or fallen le~ves. Packing action gem much more
into the. unii before you need le> unload. Rear .weigh! bar .is recom111ended. (440)
.... aright-angle ge.arboxfur. reliable performance: Hilrdlined cutte~ grind both
.
82'
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· slde,to,slde and froni !lie top doviii. /440) ·
wiwict~:
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.eu11ng d,p~ ,,1ow grou,;1.,~:s·
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TO
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Effl~ientiy re~ove dirt from sidewalks, Ovsroli hal]nc
. d.r1.\tevlal'$..;·and. µavs.d.ars.as.. HY.d11111llc
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s!i~ si:oop 1or Xirluillly any Job t11afnortni11y reqllirlls a wheelbarrow,.
easily moving; lifting, and hauling wetw drrmaterials. Als.o ideal fur eicc~va!ing
J~Tl;IP~fE:Jl
Weight: . 235 lbs: · · ·
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IDTIRY
SWEEPERS
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SOflld e,el (w~•""oiihaPt<aiarseaQ: 91 dE!A ·
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Wiooeps!!d:114mph
Cullog wlo~: 5,ll" st>r<lwd:4·l4' apiorol
smail areai.a (440i235)
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Beanngs:",GraasirablB .
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c1ea, ~b~is troni paveo ~' 9rassy a~as eas11y with this pow~t e1!ihtb1iide. b.l~r fan,.pmvidlnga windblaA! up 1n i50 M~H: (440,235).
&.rail ,~dih: 3:/ ·.
.. W(J~g ~iqlh_~ 48~ :· _. _.
·f.,~; 24-i-eploc.wble;tiirdooed
. Wolklog "8ptl1: 6" mOll1Tll'11 . · Drl<e: Cnc,i, drile from geartmx
Oirefall:halght:26;
.·-O\lerall.wlcltti:-51.
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. ·• easily mo\ilig, liftingl and hauling wet or dry mateiials, Also l(leal for.excavating ·
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to'push snowawafAngle ttiebiada hy~raufic~ly
. . 30 degrsesleft il(rjghttor efficient snow plllcement: Spring-loaded, torw;ird:Vlt
· sarety tripprritects bladei/410; 235!
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0'8rall h~t: 9" I oieiall ~ngll\ 32"
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.Ori !he lll<l\le With th~ el~ctro,hy~rau!ic rontrols: and mOV!I snow
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ITS IMPORTANT TO PICK TIIE RIGHT
TRACTOR TIRES
Tires are like work boots for your lrill:tor, which means you need to choose the right set for the job at hand.
Consult wilh Your dealer lo learn more about which tires are appropriate for your Steiner tractor.
440 TRACTOR CAB
.All stein~r tire ch~ices :,,re· available in oiJlional dual sets
and l!ac!ion.
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Tempered glass windows shield you from wind, snow,
dust, and rain, Windows can be vented or removed for
conditions requiring more airflow.
.• far added ffoatalki~,•lilbillly,
forturtthafcan handle a mcire aggressive tread,
these. general fires liffer Improved hiU~ide traction
when working in and '"1l~nd·mud, dirt, and srow.
Weight: 180 lbs
Overall height: 77" lnstallell
Windows: Tempered safey glass
Windshield wipers: Electric 12 V
Mounting: Frame and RDPS roll bar
Wanancy: One (1) year, limited
440 DUUKECIBHCESSOIIES.
• Water heatl!r kil · . ·. ..
• Walk Ugilt (2 lights: front or rea~
• Safety be.icon light kit
• Circulating f~ ··.·.· .•. · ... · .. •...
• two-side exterior mirror kit
• lnter1oimJrro(
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r~duclng ·marlllng and ~rl damage ..
EXcel~ntr6r a11'.1e..;1n use: ih,;. ties #ii highly
aggressive when more traciloo Is needed for .•
. wprklng lriand around h!~, mud,dirt, and snow.
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CUSTOMIZE YOUR STEINER TRACTOR WITH THESE
, CANOPY
Protect yourself from the elements and operate
comfortably with a cariol)y on your Steiner tractor.
• MACHINERY HITCH
ManeUverflat bed trailers, boat trailers, or wheel-mounted
implements and machines with tractor power.
• THREE-POINT HITCH
Designed for the 440, the three-point hitch is ideal
for rear attachments_ requiring a Category 1 hook-up.
, TRACTION UOSTSYSTEM
A reC:Ommimded accessory·on the
Steiner 440, the etectronically·operated,
spring~loaded Traction Boi)st System
improves this tractor's already impressive
sta_bHity and bala~ce when u_sinQ tieiivier
attachments on u_neven terrain, difficult
landscape.contours and ·challe_nging
slopes. _Easliy adjust Traction Boost on the
move to power over the· roughest ground
. and accompllsh the most strenuous jobs
With exceptional confidence and safety on
a go anywhere, do anything-Steiner tractor.
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:STEINER
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FBONTWEIGHTBUKIT
Provide additional stability When ttiwlng or using the three-point httch.
Includes (4) 50-pound weights,
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235TIACTOI
SPECll'ICATIONS
440TIACTOR
SPECll'ICATIONS
Dimensions:
FUel System:
overall width: 44.5", 50.5" with 3' wheel oldonslaos, 66.5" with dWll wheels
Overall length: 86" Wllll ROPS up
Overall height 73.25" with ROPS up; 50" with ROPS f<>lded
Wheelbase: 43.5"
Minimum ground clearance: 4.75 1'
Frame osclllatlan: 8"
Turning radius: 44'
Weight: With Kohler" engines: 1489 lbs
With Kubota• engines; 1517 lbs
Dimensions:
8 US Gallon Tank Capacity
Tires:
Field Trac 22x12· 10
Bar22><12-10
Turf22><11-to
1
Engines:
440-34KO: Kohler" Command Pro CH904,Alr-Cooled, 999 cc
440-401«1: Kohler" Comiiand· Pro CH1000, Atr,Cooled, 999 cc
440·25KDL: Kubota"D902; Diesel LC, 898 cc
440·32KGL; Kutiata®WG972, Gas LC, 962 cc
Pump: Eaton Sru1es 26
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Total capaolty (gpmJ: 6 gpm @ 3600 RPM
Ult Pre58Uro: 1500 PSI
HyorauDc on capacity: 5 us Gallons
.
High-Back Bucket Seat
. . ·
. Speeds: 0-1 o.s MPlcl tmward, High; o-5.25 MPH re11<>rse, Low
Ste<,ru,g: Hydraulic Power.SteeMng
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Brakes: Dual Dlsc·and Front and Rear Axles
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Cup Holder. standard :
PIO Tensiiin.Adjustmenl: Manual
12 Volt ciut1et: ilp1tona1 ·
·· .. Adjustable Foot Plate Height
Qplional Hand Lever Speed Control
RoUover Protective structure: ·
Soot:
Exira-Large Deluxe Conlnured seat
Lighting:
Dual Headlights, Dual Taillights
Engine:
235D: Kubotll' D1105-E3B 3-Cyclinder, LlgUid-Cooled Diesel.
68.63" Displacement, 3000 RPM, 24.B 6ross Horsepower
Steering:
Hydraulic l'OIMlf Steering
Fuel S1f$lem:
Drive: 24x11-2, Bar, 6-Ply
Rear: t lll<S.50-8,Turf, 4-Ply
6 US Gallon Tank Gapacit-/
Fuel Pump:
Drive Train:
· Lighting: 200watt halogon Quartz headlights (4-50,aoll), """'"""l<Br runni~ ii~lit,
Tool Bo.: Standard
40 AMP Battery I Jgnmon: 12 V,
620 CCA
Tires:
AddHional Features:
Traniiaxles: Paertess 26()1) Dual Range
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Front Steiner Quick-Hitch~ System, willl standanl fronl release oonlrol or
optional release from seated position
~k: S1andard 2" receMOr hitch, with op1ional cafegory 1 three-pain! hib;h
susi>,n;on: lladial Bearing Suspension, <¢anal Mechanical S1Jspensloo
Adjustment?" Fore 81-.d Aft
Transmissiori:
Drhle ~n: Eatort Model i'll160, Var!able Displacement Piston P~mp
. Attachment Drive:
Hhch:
Armrests: Standard ·
Hydraulics:
Charging System:
overall width: 56'
Dverall len!,1111: 82"
O...rall height: 45"
Wheelbase: 50"
Inside 11.lmlng radius: 14" (Measured at 1he front wneeO
Weight: 1420 lbs
.
Tomsrnla~on: Sauer Danfoss Serles 15 U-Type Hydrustatlc Pls1on Pump Motor
Transaxle: 2'Spl!6{l Peerless 2600 se.~es with Differential uick
Ground s,oe(ld: 0-10 MP!Hnrward, High; 0·5 MPH revaw, Low
Brak~s: lndi~idual Wheel Ii rum Tu ming Bral<es .
Traction Boost: .
Bectr~
Attachments:
No Tools Needed, Quick-Hitch" System
Rollover Protective Sb'ucture:
Standard
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Hydraulic Ttactlon-Max™ Adjustable Weight Transfer System
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With Pressure Gaug~ lndlcalnr
Power Take-Off:
warner 175 ltlb Electric Clutch.
standard, folds down
Fmntl'TO ciutch: BectrlclVamerilbgSl:o/l 225 ti. lbw/ Mijpol& Brake
Hydraulic outleis: Quick Co~ple~Front .
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STEINER
THE KIND IF TRACTIR YIU WOULD BUILD FIR YOURSELF.
Your Safety Is Important To Us
Before operating any power equipment, consult your operator's manual for safe operating and maintenance procedures.
All Steiner® products are covered by a 2-year limited warranty.
Please see your local dealer for full warranty details or consult the product manual .
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QUOTATION
RUSSO'S POWER EQUIPMENT INC
9525 W. Irving Park Rd
Schiller Park, IL 60176
Phone#: (847)678-9525
Fax#: (847)678-0705
PAGE: 1
PHONE#: (847)432-1924
DATE: 12/29/2016
CELL#:
ORDER#: 3374404
ALT.#:
CUSTOMER#: 1168173
CP: Pete L
LOCATION: 1
P.O.#: C270
1ERMS: Net 45 EOM
STATIJS: Active
SALES TYPE: Quote
_·-•BILL T()· 1168173
City of Highwood
17 Highwood Avenue
Highwood, IL 60040
MFR P~ODlJCTNiJMBER ---_-_ i>ESCJ{Ii>TIQl"i'
HOLD C270
HOLD154276
HOLD CTW-450-01
HOLD PF0-061-01
TRACTOR/ 67 HP KUBOTA/ TURBO
CHARGED / AWD
ATTACH /TANDEM PUMP
ATTACH/ 450 LB COUNTERWEIGHT
ATTACH/ 61" FOLDING V PLOW
SHIPTO
City of Highwood
432 Green Bay Road
Highwood, IL 60040
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$99,900.00
$82,886.00
$82,886.00
$4,359.99
$1,138.99
$7,165.99
$3,621.00
$945.00
$5,800.00
$3,621.00
$945.00
$5,800.00
Prices reflected on this quote are valid for 15 days
SUBTOTAL:
TAX:
$93,252.00
$0.00
ORDER TOTAL:
$93,252.00
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• Hydro.stiattic drive
• Double action hydraulic steering facilitates maneuvering in tight quarters, e.g. when paT1<ing
• Front and rear axles are equipped wfth elastomeric: e1xle shock~absorber
• Overhead intake of clean combustion and cooling atr
• Tractor height varies d~f'ending or. cab mount pmition (3 different heigh~)
• Fresh cab .:iir for operators
• Corro:i.ion protection: c'III steel components are c::o,;1ted using an elec::tro co.e1ting proce~ (EPDcoc1ted) ensuring ,2111 c::orners and (pvjtieS' are protected, plug~iri couplirigs. ir, 2iNi-cMted
• Ma.l(imum speed up to 25 mph/ 40 kmlh
• Verlicle approved for street use
3 ATIACHMENT AREAS
• Front srid rear lffts as well as: 3'~
~ttachment point over engirie
• Easy attachment mounting, one-person
and no tools. required
VARIABLE ACCELERATION
UP TO 25 MPH/ 40 KM/H
• No traction lntern;ptio11:5
• Hydrostatk drive
• Transport rnode: foot pedal variable
speed control
• Working mode: speed contml vta -rH.:11 <m
the joystick
• Special Driving System {SOS) gi'/€5 thB
aper.1tor the possibility of speed control
via foot ped61 independent of constant
engine and PTO shaft '5.pe.ed
ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC ATTACHMENT RELIEF
• Weight of the attachment i~ automatically
distributed throughout the entire VE-hide
• The electro-hydraulic control etimfnates
wheel .spinning
" More traction on slopes and ~llppery ground,
iricreasing stability when turning on i:I slope
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QUOTATION
RUSSO'S POWER EQUIPMENT INC
9525 W. Irving Park Rd
Schiller Park , IL 60176
Phone#: (847)678-9525
Fax#: {847)678-0705
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PHONE#: (847)432-1924
DATE: 12/29/2016
CELL#:
ORDER#: 3374110
ALT.#:
CUSTOMER #: 1168173
P .0.#: Avant 500 Series
CP: Pete L
LOCATION: 4
TERMS: Net 45 EOM
STATUS: Active
SALES TYPE: Quote
BILLTO 1168173
City of Highwood
17 Highwood Avenue
Highwood, IL 60040
MFR · PRODUCT NUMBER .· . . DESCRIPTlON
AVA 520-A21660
CUL/ Avant 520 / 20 HP Kubota Diesel
AVA A35754
Attach /Joystick/ 6 Function/ 520-528
Attach / Cab / LX
AVA A21517
AVA A35732
Attach/ Work Light Kit For LX
AVA A34002
Beacon
AVA A35506
Attach / Anti Slip Valve / 635-640
AVA PTBH-SM
Block Heater 420, 520
Attach/ Rear Weight Side Kit/ 1761b, 420, 520
AVA A36401
Attach/ 2" Hitch Receiver
AVA HH21NREC
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AVA/ A36123 / Dozer blade, 78.7 in, incl 2 x 10
03
in extensio
AVA/ A417441 / Dozer blade, 78.7 in, rubber
03
cutting edge (m
SHIP TO
City of Highwood
432 Green Bay Road
Highwood, IL 60040
····NET
··PRICE
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
. TOTAL
$32,700.00
$1,054.61
$4,715.00
$444.05
$484.75
$2,152.33
$95.00
$519.53
$245.00
$3,239.00
$30,735.00
$989.00
$4,429.00
$414.00
$369.00
$2,019.00
$89.00
$486.00
$229.00
$3,239.00
$30,735.00
$989.00
$4,429.00
$414.00
$369.00
$2,019.00
$89.00
$486.00
$229.00
$3,239.00
$369.00
$369.00
$369.00
Prices reflected on this quote are valid for 15 days
SUBTOTAL:
TAX:
$43,367.00
$0.00
ORDER TOTAL:
$43,367.00
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23 x 8.50 - 12 TR or grass
23 >< 10.50 - 12 TR or grass
26 x 12.00- 12 TR or grass
Length
95.7in
100.4 in
Width (with 23x I0.50-12 wheels)
Height
44.9in
44.9 in
Weight
Standard wheels
Transmission, drive
Pulling force
Drive speed (max.)
Auxiliary hydraulics oil flow/ pressure
78.lin
29101b
23x10.S0-l 2" TR or grass
hydrostatic
1985 lbf
7.SMPH
8.2 gal/min 2685 psi
Hydraulic oil cooler
Turning radius inside/outside"
Max. lifting height
Tipping load"•
Max. breakout force
Engine make and type
Engine output (ISO Gross)
Fuel
Standard
44.6in
42.9 in
44.9 i~
SO.Sin
78.2 In
3130lb
23x IO.SQ..12" TR or grass
hydrostatic
21001bf
7.SMPH
9 .5 gaVmin 2900 psi
Standard
391/80.7in
109.8in
39.2 / 80.7 in
19001b
2360 lb
109.Bin
2400 lb
2800 lb
Kubota D722
Kubota DI 105
20hp
25 hp
Diesel
Diesel
Product no:
"Turning radius with 23xl0.50-12 wheels .· .. >"'* Load is measured at 15.8.in fi:omthel!Wit;~;;,enfi:
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Standard specification
• Telescopic Boom
• Self-levelling system
• Hydraulic multi connector system
• Reverse beeper
• Drive release valve
• Joystick, 4-function
• Hydraulic oil cooler
• ROPS with FOPS canopy
• 2 front head lights
• Toggle switch, hydraulic parking brake
• Hydrostatic direct 4WD with 4 drive motors
• Standard tires 23x I 0.50-12 Tractor or Grass profile
• Suspended, heated '.A.vant Green' seat with seat belt & arm rests
• Integrated back weight 375 lb
• Fuel tank size 520 = 5.2 gal ; 528
• IO gal hydraulic oil tank
= 7. 9 gal
Avant 500 benefits to 400 series machines
• More handling power
• LX-Cab with heater available
• Self-levelling system
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A34015 Boom floating
A35506 Anti slip valve
A35754 6-way joystick control
- Auxilary Hydraulics control with buttons
MWI0.261212G 26x 12.00-12grass
MWI0.261212T 26x 12.00- 12 TR
MWI0.278515T 27 x 8.50 - 15 TR
A339 I 6 Work light kit: 2 front, I rear (LED, 700 lumen)
A349 I 7 Work light kit: 2 front, I rear (LED, 1800 lumen)
A35732 Work light kit: 2 front, I rear (halogen)
on cab LX
A3573 I Work light kit: 2 front, I rear (LED)
on cab LX
A35884 Extra aux. hydr. outlet front
For customers who want to n,ou~~.c~~SJL~:~t~P-!1r:f*~:t1!%i'."fJ!\f\:~~
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A34700 Attachment control switch pack
• Controls electric functions for specific attachments
• Consists of the control switches, wiring and a
7-pole socket that mounts on the boom next to
the auxiliary hydraulics quick couplers. The electric
wire of the attachment is connected to this socket.
A21592 Cab L
• Windscreen (equipped with wiper), right side
window and rear window.
A49446 Rear wall
MCSD500U Cab L - soft side door
• Snap-on, zipper door to enclose cab L entry and
exit.
A21517 Cab LX
• Windscreen (equipped with wiper),
right side window and rear window
• Door, heater and front mudguards
A35352 Road traffic light kit
• Headlights, blinkers, reflectors, beacon
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A339 I 2 Road traffic light kit, on ROPS frame
• Headlights, blinkers, reflectors, beacon
A35957 Extra back weight with handle, 64 lbs
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A4 I 7323 Trailer ball hitch 50 mm
A4 / 7337 Trailer ball hitch 50 mm with towing pin
A4 I8746 Tie down bracket
A simple bracket, that makes it easier to tie down machines
during transport. Fits either to the back of the machine or to
side of rear frame. Can be mounted also between rear frame
and trailer coupling or to rear back weight with handle,
which allows the use of it even if a trailer coupling is mounted
A36079
A35666
A36080
A3608 I
A35670
A35669
Cover plates HD, 520, machine with ROPS frame
Cover plates HD, 520, machine with cab LX
Cover plates, HD, 528, machine with ROPS frame
Cover plates, HD, 528, machine with ROPS & mudguards rear
Cover plates, HD, 528, machine with cab LX
Cover plates, HD, 528, machine with LX & mudguards rear
• Heavy duty (polycarbonate)
Mudguards rear, pair, 528
• only on 26x 12.00-12 and 320/60-12
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PTBH-SM Engine blockJ,~.'!tem(520)' "'
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500 series t>p£l2~l}/i\fc:S
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A355 I3 Exhaust purifier, (528)
A4 I0226 Exhaust purifier, (520)
·;; A34148 Tilt adapter
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• Max. tilt angle +/- 12.5°
• If the tilt adapter is used together with a hydraulic
attachment, the optional A35504 two auxiliary
hydraulics outlets in the front must be mounted on
the loader.
A34002 Beacon
64746
64455
64745
64973
65603
65723
65436
Snow chains,
Snow chains,
Snow chains,
Snow chains,
Snow chains,
Snow chains,
pair,
pair,
pair,
pair,
pair,
pair,
23 x 8.50 -12 pie. I
23 x 8.50 -12 pic.2
23 x I0.50 -12 pic.2
26 x 12.00 -12 pic.2
320/60- 12 pic.2
27 x 8.50-15 pie. I
Weather cover for 400 - 700 series
• Covers the loader's interior, protects against rain,
snow etc.
• Integrated storage pouch, mounts on the ROPS frame
65478
Full weather cover for 400, 500 and 600 series
• Protects the entire Avant loader
• HD storage bag
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Pricing Quote
Pre
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GROWER EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO
Ivan
Highwood Recreation Center .·
Highwood, ll
294
E BELVIDERE R[)
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HAINESVILLE.· IL. 60030
Thank you for the opportunity to quote the following Ventrac product(s) for your review. I have added the
items that we feel would best serve your needs. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Model #
QTY
Description
Unit Price
Total
22,800.00
22,800.00
Accessory: THREE-POINT HITCH
KN, OPT. 3 POINT HITCH FACTORY
1,795.00
1,795.00
KW450 (70.2009)
Accessory: CAB, KW450 FOR 4500
5,990.00
5,990.00
1
70.2009-51
Accessory: KIT, KW450 KUB HEATER INSTALL
845.00
845.00
1
70.2006-3
Accessory: KIT, STROBE BEACON
285.00
285.00
1
KV552 (39.55271)
Attachment: KV, KV552 V-BLADE
2,565.00
2,565.00
1
70.4104
Accessory: 12-VOLT SWITCH/CONTROL-FRONT
KIT, 12V FRONT 4500
249.00
249.00
1
SP325
snowex broadcast spreader
1,214.00
1,214.00
Subtotal
35,743.00
1
4500Y (39.51209)
Ventrac Tractor: KN, 4500V KUBOTA D902
1
70.4100-99
1
DISCOUNTS
Other Discount: Municipal discount (13%)
-4,646.59
CHARGES
Setup Charges
+500.00
TOTAL USO$
31,596.41
Notes:
i included the rear 3 point hitch option, which would allow you
to do the baseball fields like you mentioned. You may not be
aware, but they also offer a baseball field groomer and a
"renovator", i have it pictured on the cover of this quote.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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Ivan
Highwood Recreation Center
Highwood, IL
GROWER EQUIPMENT &
SUPPLY CO
294 E BELVIDERE RD
HAINESVILLE IL 60030
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4500 Tractor
STANDARD FEATURES
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Enclosed Muffler
Pre-Wired Plug & Play Wiring Harness
Premium Comfort Seat
Advanced Electronic Instrument Panel
6 Function Warning Gauge & Alarm
Conveniently Located PTO Belt Tensioner
On-board Diagnostic System
Sealed Electrical System
Thermostatically Controlled Oil Cooler
Battery Disconnect Switch with Circuit Breaker
Automotive Style Parking Brake
Universal PTO Switch
S.D.L.A. Operator Controls
Weight Transfer System*
The Ventrac 4500 tractor was built with you in mind.
From the advanced electrical system, redesigned frame,
more safety and comfort features; the 4500 offers
the reliable performance, astounding versatility and
comfortable handling you have come to expect.
Like all Ventrac tractors, the 4500 utilizes All Wheel Drive and
an articulating chassis with a low center of gravity to provide
superior traction, braking, stability, and security on tough
terrain and slopes without disturbing turf when turning.
Over 30 Ventrac Mount Attachments
Choose from over 30 professional grade Ventrac Mount
attachments to transform your Ventrac into a productivity
powerhouse. This incredibly rugged and dependable
machine is a wise business investment for golf courses,
schools and universities, parks, street maintenance
departments, commercial mowing services, contractors,
wineries, farms, property management associations,
estate owners and anyone needing one machine to do it all.
* Optional on 45001(, standard on other 4500 Models
Optional Accessories:
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Turf or Bar Tires
Category 1 3-Point Hitch
Cold Weather Cab
Additional Lighting & Signaling Packages
Electrical Power Outlets
Digital Slope Indicator
Dual Wheel or Wheel Extensions for Slope
Visit www.ventrac.com/accessories for full list.
TRACTOR COMPATIBILITY KEY:
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4500 Tractor
TRACTOR COMPATIBILITY KEY:
SPECIFICATIONS
4500K
Model Comparison
4500P
4500V
45002
KUBOTA
VANGUARD
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Accessory Kit: Front fenders, loot pegs, 4 rear
Optional
Standard
Standard
Standard
Vanguard M54
Kawasaki FD851D DFI
Kubota 0902
Kubota WG972-GL
896cc
824cc
898cc
962cc
Gasoline
Gasoline
Diesel
Gasoline, Propane/\
weight transfer
Engine
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Displacement
Fuel Type
Weight with standard hitch
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Weight with 3-point hitch
Width
1340 lb (610 kg)
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1660 lb (775 kg)
w/ acer kit
1575 lb (715 kg)
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1750 lb (795 kg)
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1670 lb (760 kg)
1750 lb (795 kg)
48.5 inches (123 cm)
All specifications subject to change without notice or obligation
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Orrville, OH 44667
1.866.836.8722
330.683.0000
www.ventrac.com
[email protected]
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4500 Tractor
TRACTOR COMPATIBILITY KEY:
SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)
APPLIES TO ALL 4500 TRACTORS
Electrical
Controls
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Attachment Lift
S.D.L.A (Primary Handle)
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Hydraulic Pump
Sauer Danfoss 15 series pump
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Hydraulic Motors
(2) Sauer Danfoss 15 series motors
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Throttle
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Dash Mounted
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PTO Belt Tensioner
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Axles
Peeness 40mm (forged) with integrated
forged hub
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Hydraulic Oil Filter (Suction)
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Hitch and PTO
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Electric PTO clutch with Brake
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High/Low Range
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Single Lever, Column Mounted
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Power Steering
Steering
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Standard
Tool Box
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Ogura GT3.5 (250 ft lb)
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1 3-Point Hitch
Seat
Deluxe High Back Seat (arm rests and
suspension seat optional)
Folding ROPS
Optional Bar
21x11-8
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All specifications subject to change without notice or obflgation
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5 mph forward / 4 mph reverse
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Instruments, Gauges, and Alarm
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" Activates Audible Alarm
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Lights
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Tail Lights
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Parking Brake, Engine High-Temp",
Hydraulic Oil High Temp",
Low Voltage",Low Oil PressureA
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4500 Tractor
TRACTOR COMPATIBILITY KEY:
SLOPE SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Slope Rating (any direction)
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36% GRADE
Standard
47% GRADE
58% GRADE
Wheel Ext.
Duals
Max Slope Rating
in any direction
Single
Tires
4500 with Spreader
Wheel
Extensions
Dual Wheels
10" (18%)
•Attachments, accessories, and tire collliguration may reduce the 4500 power unit's maximum angle of operation.
Reier to applicable operator manuals for maximum angle D1 operation D1 equipment
Digital Slope Gauge
Recommended for operation on slopes.
ENGINE RATINGS
Model#
4500K
4500P
45DOY
45002
H Willi Optional Propane Kit tor 45002
-· For slope operatlon over 20', Wheel Extensions are required for up to 25" or Dual Wheels are required for up to 30'
Intermittent Use Defined
A The engine may operate between 20° and 30° for up to 1o minutes. If 1Ominutes is reached, the engine must be returned to 20°
or less to assure proper oil lubrication. After returning to 20° or less, the intermittent cycle can be repeated. The 4500P Kawasaki DFI
engine is rated for 30° continuous operation and does not have this requirement.
All spoclflcaUons subject to change without notice or obligation
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Accessories
KW450 Cab
STANDARD FEATURES
• Front & Rear LED Work Lights
• More interior room for better operator comfort.
• Exceptional visibility
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Removable doors along with the windows,
for year round operation
Venting Windows
Contoured top for less
snow & water collection
Tempered Safety Glass
Rubber isolated cab mounts for less noise
& vibration transmission
4 Point Seat Belt
Head Rest
Interior Light
Conveniently located switches on roof
Heavy Duty Front Wiper
More interior room & exceptional
visibility
Switches conveniently located on
ceiling
Designed to fit the Ventrac 4500 tractors, the KW450 Cab
offers exceptional visibility, while providing the operator
with protection and comfort in many weather conditions.
The optional console heater (available on liquid-cooled
engines) will provide hours of warmth while the roomy
interior and additional head-space also add to operator
comfort.
Featuring tempered safety glass, removable doors,
heavy duty front wiper, and interior lighting, the quality
and performance you come to expect from Ventrac
shines through. Standard with the KW450 cab are LED
work lights, removable doors as well as removable side
windows for year round operation and driver comfort. The
side windows vent to provide air circulation as needed.
Rubber cab mounts are used to reduce noise and vibration .
The contoured top allows for less collection of snow and
water.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
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Directional Flashers
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Exterior Mirrors
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Strobe Beacon
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Windshield
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Console Heater
Optional Directional flashers
Defroster Fan
Standard Front Lights
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Accessories
KW450Cab
TRACTOR COMPATIBILITY KEY:
Exceptional visibility and interior room
(shown with Spreader Control that comes with the SS575 Spreader)
SPECIFICATIONS
Stock Code
70.2009
Mounts on
Standard Roll Bar
Front & Rear Work lights
Standard
Dimensions
Overall Length
58 in (147.3 GITI)
Height with Strobe Beacon (installed on power urriO
84 in (213.3 cm)
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Standard 4-point seat belt and
Head Rest.
Optional Strobe Beacon
Optional Side Mirrors
Standard Interior Light
Standard Venting Windows
Optional Directional Defrost Fan
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Turning Radius (cab installed on pawer unit)
68 in (173 cm)
Optional Accessories
Directional Signals/Flashers
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Exterior Mirrors
70.2006-4
Heater Kit for Kubota tractors (4500Y, 4500Z)
70.2009-51
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All specifiGa\ions subjBGt to change without notice or obligation
Note:
A. The cab can not be used with the Ventrac KHSOO loader or
RV600 Vacuum Collection System attachments.
B. The 30A charge system of the 4500P does not allow for
continuous operation of additional electric cab accessories in
conjunction with the tractor lighting system. Continuous use may
result in low battery voltage and/or ultimately ruin the battery.
C. Do not operate on slopes over 100 when cab is installed ..
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500 Venture Drive
Orrville, OH 44667
1.866.836.8722
Fax: 330.683.0000
www.ventrac.com
[email protected]
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KV55 V-Blade
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KV552 V-Blade
TRACTOR COMPATIBILITY KEY:
The 55 inch side Ventrac KV552 V-Blade maximizes
efficiency with the ability to quickly change from V plow
to Scoop to straight blade, all from the convenience of
Ventrac's exclusive S.D.L.A. Control System. With a 48"
V width, the KV552 is ideal for walks and areas that larger
blades are unable to plow.
Standard features include hydraulically activated wing
cylinders, mechanical trip, adjustable cast iron skid shoe
discs, reversible high carbon hardened steel cutting edges,
and a center shoe tor gliding over rough terrain. Pivot
points are fully greasable to ensure proper operation, even
in the worst environments.
The KV552 V-Blade fits Ventrac 3000 and 4000 series
tractors, and requires the "12V switch and plug kit.
STANDARD FEATURES
HYDRAULICALLY ANGLE EITHER WING
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Hydraulically angle either wing
(Requires i 2 Volt Switch Plug Kit)
SPECIFICATIONS
Stock Code
39.55271
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Required 12 volt Switch/Plug Kit for 3400 Tractor
Max Wing Angle (Left/Right)
Adjustable cast iron skid shoe discs
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CITY OF HIGHWOOD RESOLUTION ___________
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE WITHDRAWAL
FROM A GOVERNMENTAL SELF-INSURANCE SUB-POOL
AND MEMBERSHIP IN ANOTHER GOVERNMENTAL
SELF-INSURANCE SUB-POOL AND REQUESTING THE
APPROVAL OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
INTERGOVERNMENTAL PERSONNEL BENEFIT COOPERATIVE (IPBC)
ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL
OF THE
CITY OF HIGHWOOD, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS
ON
THE 21st DAY OF FEBRUARY, 2017
City-wide
Mayor:
City Clerk:
Aldermen
Charlie Pecaro
Vacant
Matt Feddermann
Chris Grice
Mike Fiore
City Manager:
Scott Coren
Andy Peterson
M. Brad Slavin
Eric Falberg
City Attorney:
James V. Ferolo
Klein, Thorpe, Jenkins, Ltd
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RESOLUTION NO. _____________
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE WITHDRAWAL
FROM A GOVERNMENTAL SELF-INSURANCE SUB-POOL
AND MEMBERSHIP IN ANOTHER GOVERNMENTAL
SELF-INSURANCE SUB-POOL AND REQUESTING THE
APPROVAL OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
INTERGOVERNMENTAL PERSONNEL BENEFIT COOPERATIVE (IPBC)
WHEREAS, in 2016 the City of Highwood joined the IPBC, as a member of NIHII, a
sub-pool which has been a Member of the Intergovernmental Personnel Benefit Cooperative
(IPBC); and
WHEREAS, this governmental body wishes to authorize its delegate Scott Coren or its
alternate Adrian Marquez to vote at its existing sub-pool for its withdrawal and for the same
representatives to be selected as our representative to a new governmental self-insurance subpool NWHIP; and
WHEREAS, the IPBC, which is an Intergovernmental Cooperative, which provides
health claim and other coverages for its Members, must approve the Membership of both newlycreated sub-pools and their Members.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL of the City of
Highwood as follows:
SECTION 1. The Corporate Authorities of this governmental body authorize its
withdrawal from the NIHII sub-pool under such terms and conditions as that sub-pool shall
establish and which our delegate agrees to by seeking such withdrawal.
SECTION 2. The Corporate Authorities authorize the execution of an
Intergovernmental Agreement consenting to become a Member of an existing or new sub-pool
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called the Northwest Health Insurance Pool (NWHIP). The appropriate officers of this
governmental body are authorized to execute the Contract and By-Laws Document of that subpool, a copy of which is attached to this Resolution.
SECTION 3. This governmental body requests that the Board of Directors of the IPBC
take such actions as are required to permit this governmental body to take the actions authorized
in Sections 1 and 2 of this Resolution effective July 1, 2017.
SECTION 4. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage.
ADOPTED this 21st day of February, 2017, pursuant to a roll call vote as follows:
Andy Peterson
Eric Falberg
Mike Fiore
_____
_____
_____
Chris Grice
Matt Fedderman
M. Brad Slavin
_____
_____
_____
AYES:
NAYS:
ABSENT:
APPROVED by the City Council of the City of Highwood this 21st day of February, 2017.
______________________________
Mayor Charles Pecaro
ATTEST:
________________________________
Deputy City Clerk
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STATE OF ILLINOIS
COUNTY OF LAKE
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CLERK’S CERTIFICATE
I, the undersigned, the duly qualified Clerk of the City of Highwood, Lake County, Illinois, and
the keeper of the records thereof, do hereby certify that attached hereto is a true and correct copy
of a Resolution entitled:
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE WITHDRAWAL
FROM A GOVERNMENTAL SELF-INSURANCE SUB-POOL
AND MEMBERSHIP IN ANOTHER GOVERNMENTAL
SELF-INSURANCE SUB-POOL AND REQUESTING THE
APPROVAL OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
INTERGOVERNMENTAL PERSONNEL BENEFIT COOPERATIVE (IPBC)
RESOLUTION NO. _______
adopted at a meeting of the said City of Highwood at which a quorum was present held pursuant
to the provisions of the Illinois Open Meeting Act on the 21st day of February, 2017.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this ______ day of ________, 2017.
_________________________________
Deputy City Clerk- City of Highwood
(seal)
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NIHII Subpool Split - North/South
PPO
Entity
NIHII North
NIHII South
HMO
Employees
Employees
Total Employees
Algonquin
ALFPD
Batavia
Beach Park
Cary
Gilberts
Glencoe
Highwood
Huntley
Itasca
Lake Zurich
NWCD
Roscoe
Schaumburg Township
SEECOM
Subtotal
Bensenville
DU-COMM
FPDKC
Hinsdale
Lisle
Lisle Park District
MPEA
Naperville Park District
North Riverside
Oak Park Public Library
Oak Park Township
River Forest
Rock Falls
Summit
Warrenville
Westchester
Winfield
WSCDC
Subtotal
93
54
156
12
34
9
72
15
76
85
127
61
9
19
19
841
45
28
26
41
71
19
24
67
125
34
22
57
83
48
42
86
38
18
874
44
0
0
0
19
11
60
3
12
3
0
22
12
6
0
192
51
50
38
80
32
9
9
48
0
9
4
34
0
15
26
17
2
5
429
137
54
156
12
53
20
132
18
88
88
127
83
21
25
19
1,033
96
78
64
121
103
28
33
115
125
43
26
91
83
63
68
103
40
23
1,303
Total NIHII
1,715
621
2,336
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CONTRACT AND BY-LAWS
FOR THE
NORTHWEST HEALTH INSURANCE POOL
_______________________________________
THIS INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT creating the Northwest Health Insurance Pool
(“NWHIP”) is made and entered into by and between the Charter Members listed on Appendix A
(“Charter Members” or “Members”) and such other MEMBERS as shall subsequently be
approved and which shall adopt this Contract and By-Laws document in its present form or as it
may subsequently be amended.
W I T N E S S E T H :
WHEREAS, Section 10 of Article VII of the Illinois Constitution of 1970 authorizes units
of local government to contract or otherwise associate among themselves in any manner not
prohibited by law or by ordinance; and
WHEREAS, 5 ILCS 120, et seq., Illinois Compiled Statutes, 2014, as amended, entitled
the “Intergovernmental Cooperation Act,” authorizes units of local government to exercise any
power or powers, privileges or authority which may be exercised by the unit of local government
individually to be exercised and enjoyed jointly with any other local government or body in the
State; and
WHEREAS, units of local government within Illinois have found it increasingly expensive
to provide health, life insurance and other health-related benefits to their officers and employees;
and
WHEREAS, a large number of local governmental entities previously undertook a series
of studies to determine the feasibility of entering into an Intergovernmental Personnel Benefit
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Cooperative for the purpose of administering some or all of the personnel benefits programs
offered by its member units of local government to their respective officers and employees, and
concluded that the creation of such a Cooperative was financially and administratively feasible;
and
WHEREAS, the corporate authorities of a number of units of local government have
organized the Intergovernmental Personnel Benefit Cooperative, (“IPBC”), and have adopted a
combined Contract and By-Laws for such Agency; and
WHEREAS, the Contract and By-Laws of the IPBC (“IPBC By-Laws”), as amended,
allows combinations of units of local government, other governmental bodies, quasi-governmental
bodies and non-profit public service entities to contract with each other to create an
intergovernmental benefit subpool with the rights and powers equivalent to that of a single member
of IPBC; and
WHEREAS, the Charter MEMBERS created the Southwest Agency for Health Management
effective June 20, 1992, hereinafter referred to as the “NWHIP” and have Membership as a subpool in the IPBC; and
WHEREAS, the MEMBERS, with this Agreement, are desirous of establishing their
mutual rights and obligations with respect to their membership in NWHIP and with regard to the
IPBC;
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing recitals and of the covenants and
conditions hereinafter contained, the adequacy and sufficiency of which the parties hereto hereby
stipulate the parties agree, as follows:
1.
Incorporation of Recitals
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The recitals contained hereinabove are incorporated herein by reference as substantive
provisions of the Agreement.
2.
Participation
The membership of NWHIP shall consist of those Charter Members which are parties to
this Agreement provided that Charter Members with at least ten lives covered by Membership will
be included in the sub-pool plus any other governmental entity admitted to membership as a
MEMBER from time-to-time, less any MEMBER which withdraws or is expelled from NWHIP
in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. MEMBERS of NWHIP may also add listed
entities as defined in the IPBC By-Laws. The MEMBER who lists other entities to its membership
shall be the sole MEMBER of NWHIP and shall be responsible for all costs and duties of
membership provided herein. The MEMBER may make such arrangement as is desired with the
listed entities regarding the manner of payment, sharing of risks and duration of such arrangement.
Such arrangement is not a part of this Agreement. The admission of new MEMBERS and their
listed entities and the listing of additional entities by any MEMBER shall take place only after a
favorable two-thirds (2/3) vote of the entire membership of the Board of Directors of NWHIP and
subject to the payment of such sums and under such conditions as the Board shall in each case or
from time-to-time establish. Such conditions may include participation in or benefit from any
HMO or indemnity plan surpluses. In addition to the approval of the NWHIP Board of Directors,
the admission of such new MEMBER or listed entity must be approved by the Board of Directors
or the Executive Committee of the IPBC prior to the admission of such prospective MEMBER or
such listed entity.
3.
Representation
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Each MEMBER shall, by majority vote of its corporate authorities, appoint one (1) person
as delegate to represent that MEMBER on the Board of Directors of NWHIP for a term of one (1)
year or until a successor is selected. An alternate delegate may also be appointed to serve when
the primary delegate is unable to carry out his duties. Neither the delegate nor the alternate need
be an elected official. The failure of a MEMBER to appoint a delegate or the failure of the delegate
to participate shall not affect the responsibilities or duties of a MEMBER under this Agreement.
At its first meeting of each plan year, of the IPBC, the Board shall elect one (1) delegate to serve
as both Chairperson of the Board and representative to the IPBC. An IPBC alternate representative
shall also be elected. The term of office for the Chairperson and other officials shall be for a period
of one (1) year, or until a successor is selected. The Board may, from time-to-time, establish other
offices and may select a delegate to serve in any of such offices. The Board may fill any vacancies
which may occur in such offices until the end of the term.
4.
Responsibility of the Board of Directors
The Board of Directors shall determine the general policy of NWHIP with respect to
NWHIP’s membership in IPBC, as well as the relationship between NWHIP and its MEMBERS.
Policies established by the Board of Directors shall be followed by the representative and/or
alternate representative to IPBC. In the absence of the establishment of a specific policy regarding
a matter, the representative and/or alternate representative shall vote in that manner believed to
best represent the interests of the majority of the MEMBERS.
No one serving on the Board of Directors shall receive any salary or other payment from
NWHIP and any salary, compensation, payment or expenses for such delegate shall be paid by
each MEMBER separate from this Agreement.
5.
Voting
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Each MEMBER shall be entitled to one (1) vote on the Board of Directors. Such vote may
be cast only by the designated delegate or the alternate. Proxy or absentee voting shall not be
permitted, although the Board of Directors may approve of electronic participation in accordance
with law. Voting shall be conducted according to the following procedures:
a.
A quorum shall consist of a majority of the delegates of the MEMBERS then in
office. A simple majority of a quorum shall be sufficient to pass upon all matters
except as otherwise provided herein.
b.
Voice voting shall be permitted unless one (1) or more MEMBERS requests a roll
call vote or the vote requires greater than a majority vote for passage.
c.
A two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote of the entire membership of NWHIP shall be
required to amend the plan of benefits available to the officers or employees of its
MEMBERS, to admit a new MEMBER or listed agency or expel a MEMBER or
listed agency, to amend this Agreement, and such other matters as the Board shall
establish as requiring a two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote, provided that such a rule
can only be established by at least a two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote of the entire
membership.
d.
Any amendments to this Agreement which involve the manner in which NWHIP
shall function as a MEMBER of the IPBC or the financial obligations of NWHIP
or its MEMBERS to the IPBC shall not become effective after passage by the Board
of
NWHIP unless such amendment is also approved by a two-thirds (2/3)
affirmative vote of the IPBC Board.
6.
Meetings
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Meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held at least two (2) times a year. The dates of
meetings of the Board shall be established by the Chairperson in consultation with the membership.
Special meetings may be held at the call of the Chairperson or by any three delegates. Any item
of business may be discussed at a regular meeting but it cannot be voted upon unless it was
included on the agenda. Business conducted at special meetings shall be limited to those items
specified in the agenda. Ten (10) days’ written notice of regular or special meetings shall be given
to the delegates of each MEMBER by the Chairperson in consultation with the membership or the
convening authority. The time, date and location of regular and special meetings of the Board of
Directors shall be determined by the Chairperson of the Board of Directors or by the convening
authority.
To the extent not contrary to this Agreement, and except as modified by the Board of
Directors, Robert’s Rules of Order, Latest Edition, shall govern all meetings of the Board of
Directors. Minutes of all regular and special meetings of the Board of Directors shall be sent to
all delegates of the Board of Directors and to each MEMBER and to the Chairman of the IPBC.
7.
A.
Finances
NWHIP shall be considered a single MEMBER of IPBC, (as defined in IPBC By-
Laws), for purposes of determining its required contribution to the IPBC.
Each separate
MEMBER of NWHIP shall be responsible for its share in the cost of membership in IPBC, which
cost shall be in direct proportion to the number of employees and officers of the MEMBER whose
benefit programs are to be administered by IPBC as compared to the total number of such persons
in NWHIP, along with uniform method to determine differences in benefit plans and claims history
and the obligations of Members to contribute to payments and cost of collective self-insurance
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divided among the MEMBERS under formulas approved by the IPBC Board of Directors.
Proposed changes in benefit plans must be approved by NWHIP and subject to the review and
approval process in Article IX of the IPBC By-Laws.
B.
NWHIP is responsible for all payments due from each of its MEMBERS. Payment
may be made to a MEMBER acting as an agent for IPBC or with the approval of the IPBC from
individual MEMBERS to the IPBC. In the event that a MEMBER of NWHIP should default in
any payments due to the IPBC, it shall be the responsibility of the non-defaulting MEMBERS, in
proportion to their payments to NWHIP, to make up the deficit, including costs of collection, after
which they may take any action required to recoup their advances. In case NWHIP should
dissolve, each shall be liable for its proportional share of the default or owed amounts, plus any
costs in collection. Each separate MEMBER shall promptly pay to the agent for NWHIP or to the
IPBC such monthly, supplementary or other payments as shall be due the IPBC. Payments shall
be due within thirty (30) days after written notice from the IPBC of the amounts due.
In the event that a MEMBER of NWHIP should default in its financial obligations, both
the NWHIP and the IPBC shall have the right to take action to recover such funds as are owed plus
interest at the highest rate which may be paid by an Illinois non-home rule municipality and the
costs of collection.
8.
Plan of Benefits
Each MEMBER agrees to accept the Plan of Benefits put in place at the direction of the
Board of Directors of NWHIP.
9.
Obligations of MEMBERS
The obligations of each MEMBER to NWHIP and to IPBC shall be, as follows:
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a.
To promptly pay all monthly and supplementary or other payments due to IPBC at
such times and in such amounts as shall be established by IPBC within the scope
of this Agreement and the IPBC By-Laws. The MEMBER shall also be responsible
for all payments, costs and expenses established from time-to-time by
the Board of Directors of NWHIP, within the scope of this Agreement. Any
delinquent payments shall accrue a penalty, which, for a period of non-payment,
shall be equivalent to the highest interest rate allowed by statute to be paid by an
Illinois non-home rule municipality plus collection costs.
b.
To appoint a delegate and an alternate on the Board of Directors of IPBC.
c.
To allow IPBC and NWHIP reasonable access to all facilities of the MEMBERS
and all records, including but not limited to financial records which relate to the
purpose and powers of IPBC and NWHIP.
d.
To furnish full cooperation to IPBC and NWHIP attorneys, claims adjusters,
Committees, the Benefit Administrator and any agent, employee, officer, or
independent contractor, of IPBC and NWHIP relating to the purpose and powers of
IPBC and NWHIP.
e.
To report to IPBC as promptly as possible all claims made to it within its benefit
program as administered by IPBC.
10.
Reserve Fund
NWHIP shall establish accounts in the IPBC Benefit Fund, the Administration Fund, the HMO
Fund and other established funds, (the “Reserve Funds”), for the purpose of establishing a pool of
funds to be used to pay for deficits in annual contributions and setting aside funds in the event that
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one or more MEMBERS decides to withdraw from membership in NWHIP. A separate accounting
shall be established to determine each individual Member’s balance within the IPBC Funds. The
exact amount of the Reserve Funds balance for each MEMBER will be determined after the audit
is approved by the IPBC Board. If, after the audit process has been completed, a Reserve Fund
balance below the amount specified above for one or more MEMBERS occurs, those MEMBERS
with a Reserve Fund balance below the amount specified above must pay, within 150 days after
the audit has been approved, an amount directly to the delinquent Reserve Fund or Funds to cover
the shortfall. New MEMBERS of NWHIP shall, as a condition of membership shall adhere to the
IPBC Fund Balance Policies. Payment shall be made to reach this reserve level by the end of the
third full fiscal year of membership. If any MEMBERS leave this subpool before all such funds
have been paid to the IPBC, the IPBC may choose to withhold the payment to any NWHIP
MEMBER of claims in the amount of the deficiency.
If one or more MEMBERS chooses to withdraw from NWHIP, the fair share of Reserve Funds
shall be used to pay its “run-out claims,” with any surplus funds paid to the MEMBER after all
sums due IPBC and NWHIP associated with its participation have been paid. If the amount on
deposit in the Reserve Funds of the withdrawing MEMBER is not adequate to pay its “run-out
claims,” then the Reserve Funds of the remaining MEMBERS may be drawn down in a
proportional manner to cover any shortfall prior to the withdrawing MEMBER fulfilling its
contractual obligation to cover the shortfall or the IPBC may terminate paying such claims until
the required Reserve Fund payments are made.
11.
Withdrawal/Termination
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A.
MEMBERS shall be obligated to continue as MEMBERS during the term as established
by the Board of Directors of IPBC until individual withdrawal. The current term of the IPBC,
itself is through June 30, 2025. The obligation of a MEMBER until the individual withdrawal,
shall include continuing participation with regard to all classes of officers and employees of the
MEMBER, not including its listed entities, established as being entitled to any health benefits when
it became a MEMBER of NWHIP. Provided, however, a MEMBER shall only be required to
provide continued participation for those persons within said classes of officers and employees as
are actually employed or working for the MEMBER or as otherwise permitted to its MEMBERS
by the IPBC.
Any MEMBER may withdraw from membership by giving written notice of such intention
to withdraw to all other MEMBERS of NWHIP, and to the Chairman of the IPBC at least one
hundred twenty (120) days prior to commencement of the then next fiscal year of the IPBC.
Withdrawal from Membership can only take place at the end of a fiscal year of the IPBC. Failure
to give such notice shall obligate the MEMBER to continue as a MEMBER of NWHIP for the
next fiscal year except where NWHIP withdraws from IPBC, IPBC terminates or the IPBC
declines to permit NWHIP to remain within the COOPERATIVE, with a reduced membership or
for any other reason permitted under the IPBC Contract and By-Laws. Withdrawal by NWHIP
shall only be made to take effect at the end of the then-current fiscal year in the same manner as
other MEMBERS of the IPBC.
B.
If a MEMBER should withdraw from NWHIP, no benefit claims of the MEMBER shall
be processed or paid by the IPBC after the close of the plan year in which withdrawal takes place,
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unless the MEMBER of NWHIP shall, in order to receive such services, provide funds or there
are already adequate Reserve Funds applicable to the MEMBER available to pay said claims.
C.
A final accounting of the withdrawing MEMBER’s fair share of its Reserve Funds shall
occur during the audit process for the last plan year that the withdrawing MEMBER was a
MEMBER of NWHIP. After all amounts to the IPBC, if any, are paid, all remaining funds shall
be refunded to the withdrawing MEMBER or, if that MEMBER is still in default, then to NWHIP
within thirty (30) days after the aforementioned audit is approved.
D.
In the event that a non-appealed or appealable order of a court in which IPBC is a party
should decide that NWHIP may not be a MEMBER of the IPBC, then this Agreement shall
terminate, provided, however, that to the extent permitted by law, the termination shall take place
in accordance with Paragraph 11-B hereof.
12.
Expulsion of MEMBERS
By the vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the entire remaining membership of the Board of
Directors of NWHIP, any MEMBER may be expelled. Such expulsion, which shall take effect in
the manner set out below, may be carried out for one or more of the following reasons:
a.
Failure to make any payments due to NWHIP or the IPBC.
b.
Failure to furnish full cooperation with the IPBC’s attorneys, Committees, claims
adjusters, Benefit Administrator and any agent, employee, officer or independent
contractor of the IPBC or NWHIP relating to the purpose and powers of the IPBC
or NWHIP.
c.
Failure to carry out any obligation of a MEMBER which impairs the inability of
NWHIP to carry out its purposes and powers.
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No MEMBER may be expelled except after notice from NWHIP of the alleged failure
along with a reasonable opportunity of not less than fifteen (15) days to cure the alleged failure.
The MEMBER, within that fifteen (15) day period, may request a hearing before the Board before
any decision is made as to whether the expulsion shall take place. The Board shall set the date for
a hearing which shall not be less than fifteen (15) days after the expiration of the time to cure has
passed.
The Board may appoint a hearing officer to conduct such hearing and make a
recommendation to the Board based upon findings of fact. If the Board conducts the hearing itself,
it may make a decision at the close of the hearing. A decision by the Board to expel a MEMBER
after notice and hearing and a failure to cure the alleged defect shall be final unless the Board shall
be found by a court to have committed a gross abuse of discretion. After expulsion, the former
MEMBER shall continue to be fully obligated for any payment to the IPBC or NWHIP, which was
created during the term of the administration of its claims along with any other unfulfilled
obligation as if it was still a MEMBER of NWHIP.
The obligation of the IPBC to administer the claims filed under the benefit program of the
expelled MEMBER shall cease thirty (30) days after the date of expulsion, provided that such
obligations shall only exist where there is a credit balance held by the IPBC to the account of
NWHIP or such a credit balance is created. The IPBC shall not be required to pay any benefits for
the expelled MEMBER after the actual date of expulsion if a deficit in amounts owed to the IPBC
should exist at any time during the thirty (30) day period. Within sixty (60) days after the last
claim of the MEMBER is paid by the IPBC, a final accounting of funds owed or owing shall take
place. Pending claims and other records of the expelled MEMBER shall be turned over to that
MEMBER in a prompt manner. With regard to any claims payable under an HMO program, where
the IPBC has entered into a contract with the HMO provider to pay continuing benefits after
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termination, the expelled MEMBER shall be required to pay all amounts in excess of those within
its Reserve Funds and, pending such payments, NWHIP shall be responsible for making the
payment or reimbursing the IPBC.
In the event that the Board of the IPBC should vote to expel NWHIP from membership so
long as a particular municipality or listed entity was a MEMBER of NWHIP, that MEMBER or
listed entity shall be deemed to have been expelled from NWHIP in the same manner as if the
NWHIP Board had taken that action.
13.
Acceptance of Contract and By-Laws of the Intergovernmental Personnel Benefit
Cooperative
The Charter MEMBERS and other MEMBERS, by agreeing to be bound by this
Intergovernmental Agreement, hereby agree to accept the terms and conditions contained within
the Contract and By-Laws of the IPBC, as of the date of this Agreement and as amended from
time-to-time, except that the IPBC By-Laws may not be amended to require from NWHIP duties
or responsibilities different from the other MEMBERS of the IPBC and not initially contained
within this Agreement or amendments thereto, agreed to by NWHIP, by action of the Board of
Directors.
14.
Commencement of Agreement
This Agreement shall be in full force and effect and legally binding upon the signatory
MEMBERS as of the date of its passage by the corporate authorities of the Charter Members and
the approval by the Board of Directors of the IPBC.
15.
Contractual Obligation
This Agreement shall constitute the contract among those units of local government which
become MEMBERS of NWHIP. The obligations and responsibilities of the MEMBERS set forth
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herein, including the obligation to take no action inconsistent with this Agreement as originally
written or validly amended, shall remain a continuing obligation and responsibility of the
MEMBERS. The terms of this Agreement may be enforced in a court of law or equity either by
NWHIP itself, by any of its MEMBERS or by the IPBC. A consideration for the duties herewith
imposed upon the MEMBERS to take certain actions and to refrain from certain other actions shall
be based upon the mutual promises and agreements of the MEMBERS set forth herein and the
advantage gained by the MEMBERS and anticipated reduction of administrative costs for the
processing of personnel benefits. That except to the extent of the financial contributions to NWHIP
and the IPBC agreed to herein, or such additional obligations as may come about through
amendments to this Agreement, no MEMBER agrees or contracts herein to be held responsible for
any claims of any kind against any other MEMBER outside of the scope of NWHIP or the IPBC.
16.
Entire Understanding
This Agreement sets forth the entire understanding of the parties and may only be amended
as provided for herein.
17.
Assignment
This Agreement shall not be assigned by any party hereto.
18.
Counterparts
This Agreement is executed in multiple counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an
original.
19.
Governing Law
This Agreement shall be governed in accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois.
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By execution of this Contract and By-Laws document, we do hereby certify that its
approval and our membership has been authorized by our governing Board of
_______________.
DATED: _______________________
SIGNATURE:
PRINTED NAME:
TITLE:
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APPENDIX A
Charter Members – July 1, 2017
Village of Algonquin
Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Fire Protection District
City of Batavia
Village of Beach Park
Village of Cary
Village of Gilberts
Village of Glencoe
City of Highwood
Village of Huntley
Village of Itasca
Village of Lake Zurich
Northwest Central Dispatch System
Village of Roscoe
Schaumburg Township
Southeast Emergency Communitations
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MEMORANDUM
Date:
February 6, 2017
To:
NWHIP Members
From:
Dave Cook, Executive Director
RE:
Formation of New NWHIP Subpool
Over the past two years the NIHII subpool of the IPBC has considered splitting into
two subpools as the membership has grown to 33 entities across Northern IL. One of
the main issues for splitting is organizational in that NIHII is governed by the Open
Meetings Act and requires a physical quorum to transact business. Due to the large
geographic area of the current members, having a quorum at meetings has been a
major issue.
At the NIHII Board meeting on January 18th, the NIHII Board unanimously voted to
split the NIHII subpool effective July 1, 2017 based on the attached North/South split.
It should be mentioned that the split will not impact the renewal for July 1, 2017, as
the two subpools will have a common renewal. In addition, all member reserve
balances will not be impacted and transferred to the new subpool. The new Northwest
Health Insurance Pool (NWHIP) will have 15 entities and over 1,000 lives from
inception.
The resolution that is required to be adopted by the 15 NWHIP members is purely
administrative to meet legal requirements by withdrawing from the NIHII subpool
and joining the NWHIP subpool. If possible, please adopt the resolution no later than
march 15th and return an electronic copy to me at [email protected] . In addition,
please execute acceptance of the By-Laws on page 15 and return to me as well.
If anyone has any questions, please contact me at your convenience.
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