Board Actions 02.26.19

Village officials approved the following resolutions and ordinances at the 2/26/19 Village Board Meeting. 


1.) The purchase of One 2019 Vactor Model 2100i Single Engine, Tandem Axle Combination Sewer Cleaner Through Suburban Purchasing Cooperative to replace a 2006 model which is at its end of useful life. The cost is $418,920.00 which is $11,080.00 under the budgeted amount of $430,000.00


2.)  Approval for Maintenance of Streets and Highways by the Village of Bolingbrook Under the Illinois Highway Code with the Illinois Department of Transportation. This Resolution approves $2,649,362.00 for the next fiscal year.  This is an 8.47%increase over this year’s budget. The increases are based on material increases (salt, traffic sign) and labor.  The breakdown is as follows:

■ Snow and Ice  $   874,438.00

■ Drainage and Maintenance $   134,536.00

■ Pavement Maintenance      $   372,958.00

■ Sign Maintenance     $   153,000.00

■ Electric Maintenance $   481,830.00

■ Tree Maintenance      $   157,600.00

■ Sidewalk Replacement Program    $   300,000.00

■ Pavement Markings   $   175,000.00


 3.)  Resolution (19R-006) was approved for the Re-Operation and Maintenance of Property within the Village of Bolingbrook which is Under IDOT Jurisdiction: IDOT requires a surety bond from anyone that does work within their rights-of-way.  For municipalities they will waive the bond requirements (and cost), if the municipality passes a Resolution stating that all work done in State ROW will be performed in accordance with the condition of the IDOT issued permit and holds the state harmless for any event or injury occurring during the work. The Resolution is effective for 2 years.

4.) Approval of a Special Use Permit for a new Jet Brite Car Wash location at 246 S. Weber Road (formerly Joe’s Crab Shack and LaHacienda).  The project would consist of a 6,358 sq. ft. building with 4 stacking lanes and 181 ft. long wash “tunnel”.  There would also be 31 vacuum spaces. Additionally, new development for a Jet Brite Services has been approved for 590 Kildeer Drive which will serve as the corporate headquarters. 

5.) A Special Use Permit for an Eating/Drinking Establishment with Live Entertainment and Extended Hours of Operation has been approved for, CG’s Comedy Club, to be located inside the Promenade at 619 E. Boughton Road, Suite 125, south of H & M. The proposed hours of operation are Friday from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., Saturdays from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., and Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

6.) A Special Use Permit for Extended Hours of Operation has been approved for, Perla Negra Mariscos, to be located at 235 S. Bolingbrook Drive, formerly Buchos'. The new Mexican seafood restaurant has received approval to operate daily from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

7.)  One of the benefits to living on a golf course is the potential to be able to use a golf cart to get to the golf course.  Illinois Motor Vehicle Code (625 ILCS 5/11-1426.1) allows Municipalities to authorize the use of golf carts on “non-highway” streets. The Village has authorized the use of golf carts (provided the cart meets the statutory requirements) on streets in Americana Estates, Patriot Place and Liberty Green subdivisions.  Statutory requirements include headlights, brake lights, rear view mirror, steering and braking mechanisms, front and rear reflective warning, etc.

8.) Ordinance (19-015) has been approved for Plat of Detachment (I-55 and Veterans Parkway): This Ordinance approves a Plat of Detachment regarding ±21.876 acres of property located south of I-55 off Veterans Parkway.  On February 29, 2016 the Village voluntarily annexed 3.08 acres of ComEd property.  On March 8, 2016 it involuntarily annexed 18.796 acres of property.  One of the 3 affected landowners filed suit challenging the annexation.  The trial court agreed with the Village and the Appellate Court reversed. This Ordinance implements the court order and disconnects the contested property.The Village is working with ComEd to re-annex the property to comply with the conditions in the court’s ruling.