Board Actions 2.8.22

Agenda Action by the Village Board:

The Village Board meeting of February 8, 2022 included the following actions.  Please visit the Village website at for the complete Village Board meeting notes that will be posted upon approval before the next regularly scheduled board meeting.  You can also view the replay of the meeting on the Village website by clicking on the following link or on The Village of Bolingbrook Facebook page.



Village Trustee – Bolingbrook resident Jean Kelly was appointed, after a nomination by the Mayor and unanimous vote of the Village Board.  Her appointment fills a vacancy left by the resignation of Village Trustee Aimee Rupsis at the January 25, 2022 Village Board meeting.


Commission Appointments/Reappointments

Commissioners were appointed to the following roles and Commissions.  Residents can apply for Commissions on the Village website to share their skills to serve the Village.

Arts Council Commission

Re-Appointment – Chair – Mithra Zaucha

Appointment – Vice-Chair – Allaina Humphreys


Beautification Commission

Appointment – Chair – Susan Jagiel

Appointment – Vice-Chair – Scott Fagust


Approval of Bills

Trustees voted to approve bills in the amount of $2,203,896.98.    



Approval of Resolution (22R-010) Approving Purchase of One (1) Ford F150 Through the State of Illinois Government Price Contract (Replacement Vehicle for Battalion Chief)

Trustees voted to approve the purchase of a replacement vehicle.  The current vehicle is a 2015 Chevy Silverado with 109,000 miles.  The new vehicle is a 2022 and will be a frontline vehicle for the Battalion Chief which is needed for emergency situations. The vendor is Morrow Brothers Ford and will include the vehicle, bed cap, emergency lights, radio, bed slide-out, and installation of equipment.  There is a thirty 30 week build time.  The total cost is $67,405.00 but the old vehicle is estimated to be worth between $29,916.00 and $33,360.00, which will help offset the cost of the vehicle.


The Public Safety Committee reviewed and recommended approval.


Approval of Resolution (22R-011) Approving the Purchase of Graykey Cellphone Data Extraction Software from Grayshift, LLC

Trustees voted to approve the funding of a software and hardware agreement.  This software allows the Police Department to unlock cellphones and recover data such as pertinent deleted or encrypted messages required in the investigation of a crime. Under the current agreement with Grayshift, LLC the Police Department is only allowed fifty (50) total extractions and one (1) device.  By partnering with the Joliet Police Department to split the costs, this new two (2) year agreement will provide the department with two (2) devices with unlimited extractions from iOS and Android device capabilities and have the ability to download from two (2) devices at the same time.  The overall cost savings due to this partnership will be $30,063.56 over the two years. The total cost of the software and hardware is $30,968.22 per year for a total cost of $61,936.44.


This is a budgeted item for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 fiscal years.


The Public Safety Committee reviewed and recommended approval.