Board Actions 6.8.21

Agenda Action by the Village Board:

The Village Board meeting of June 8, 2021 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.



National Flag Day – A proclamation was presented to a Bolingbrook Police Officer who served our country in the Armed Services.



Beautification Commission Arbor Day Coloring Page and Poster Contest Winners – Several winners of the annual Arbor Day contest were acknowledged and presented a certificate and a gift card for their efforts.


Commission Appointments/Reappointments

A Commissioner was appointed to the following role and Commission.  Residents can apply for Commissions on the Village website to share their skills to serve the Village.

Bolingbrook Community Television Commission

Appointment – Commissioner – Rolando Pascual



A Village Trustee was appointed to fill the vacancy created with the election of Village Mayor and Village Trustee to the position of Mayor on April 6, 2021.  In accordance with Illinois State Law and Village Ordinance, the Mayor is responsible for recommending appointments to the Village Board upon a vacancy and the Village Board votes to accept or reject that recommendation.

Aimee Rupsis, a lifelong resident of Bolingbrook, was approved by the Village Board as a Village Trustee and will serve the remaining term for the vacated position.     


Approval of Bills

Trustees voted to approve bills in the amount of $1,569,205.47. 



Approval of Resolution (21R-037) Approving Emergency Purchase from Xylem Water Solutions for Replacement of a Submersible Pump

Trustees voted to approve the purchase of replacement submersible pump.  The existing pump system at James Meyer Park has become unserviceable.  This pump transfers sewage from Meyer Park to Lagoon/Treatment Facility.  This is an emergency purchase of $25,262.10.  The cost is $32,000.00 which was included in the 2021/2022 fiscal budget.


Approval of Resolution (21R-038) Approving a Proposal from Heartland Business Systems for Microsoft Products

Trustees voted to approve the proposal for the licensing of Microsoft products, support and services for a monthly recurring license fee for Microsoft Office 365 of $5,291.00 per month and a one-time fee for Microsoft Software Assurance Licenses of $6,405.47, in a total amount not to exceed $69,897.47.  This is for one year, from June 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022.

The Finance Committee reviewed and recommended approval.



Approval of Ordinance (21-031) Amending Chapter 13 of the Municipal Code Increasing Class “C-5” from Two (2) to Three (3) -  Hilton Garden Inn (135 Remington Blvd)

Trustees voted to approve an increase Class “C-5” (Liquor, Hotel Lobby – Beer and Wine, liquor) licenses from two to three licenses to accommodate a request from the Hilton Garden Inn.