COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING
NOVEMBER 2, 2000
IN ATTENDANCE: President Byrne called the meeting to order at 7:35 p.m. The following Trustees were present: Cashman, Hebda, Henley Koch and Ryg. (Trustee Black arrived at 8:10 p.m.)
Also present were Manager Allison, Assistant Manager Kalmar, Assistant to the Manager Teich, Finance Director/Treasurer Nakrin, Chief of Police Fleischhauer, Public Works Director Laudenslager, Building Commissioner Gerth, Risk Management Coordinator Koperski, Corporate Counsel Citron and Deputy Clerk Pelletier.
Motion by Trustee Henley, second by Trustee Hebda to approve the 10/07/2000 Committee of the Whole Minutes. Roll call vote:
Ayes: 5-Cashman, Hebda, Henley, Koch, Ryg
Motion declared carried.
2. RESOLUTION ON BUDGETARY BASIS
3. RENEWAL KEMPER GOLF COURSE MANAGEMENT CONTRACT
4. WHITE DEER RUN LEASE AGREEMENT NEGOTIATION WITH PAR
Mr. Nakrin stated Par had built a more elaborate clubhouse than what had been originally planned. Par requested extension of their lease agreement from 25 to 35 years and an increase in the buyout options. Mr. Nakrin stated concessions the village could request as presented in his 10/26/2000 memo. Mr. Nakrin to prepare figures for Mr. Todd Lipschultz to review.
5. RIP CITY SPORTS COMPLEX – CONCEPT PRESENTATION
Scott Gold and Steve Grant, residents of Buffalo Grove presented their concept plan to open a sports complex in Continental Executive Parke-Deager Building formally ETA on Lakeview Pkwy. A special use permit would be needed for the project as well as a variance regarding parking. The board had no objections to the project. The project would have to go to Planning and Zoning for their special use and parking variance.
6. BABIES R US/SPECULATIVE BUILDING VARIANCES
7. UPDATE ON VERNON HILLS HIGH SCHOOL/Vernon Hills Athletic Complex INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT
A draft agreement had been presented concerning the financing the portion of the Vernon Hills High school Vernon Hills Athletic Complex improvements. The park district had discussed the site the previous evening. The new Vortac was in place. The area would be fenced in. Manager Allison went through the current design of the recreational layout. Trustee Cashman raised issues on the maintenance of the ball fields. Manager Allison requested concurrence of the board to have JJR & Civiltech proceed with their work.
Evan Craig, a village resident and member of the local Sierra Club requested the village to investigate the need for open space for wild life.
Corporate Counsel Citron discussed the agreement with the high school as to what direction the board would want to proceed with the agreement regarding any defaults on payment and if there would be any encentives regarding early payment. Default language to be added to agreement. Agreement to be brought back for review.
8. Motion by Trustee Henley, second by Trustee Hebda to adjourn the Committee of the Whole meeting and reconvene the Board Meeting. Roll call vote:
AYES: 5- Henley, Koch, Ryg, Cashman, Hebda,
ABSENT: 1- Black
Motion declared carried.
Meeting adjourned at 9:35 p.m.
Linda Pelletier, Deputy Village Clerk Roger L. Byrne, Village President