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9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield

9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield


Board of Trustees Meeting August 16, 2010 Page 5 of 6 point of view and that of Mrs. Larson. He questioned why the Board would approve the request, as it is based on personal privilege. Mr. Ehlers believes this is an attack on the integrity of the ordinance. If the variance is granted, the Board is leaving the door open for others to create awkward circumstances. He does not believe that is a good basis to make decisions. Dr. William Miller, 444 Hermitage, noted that he went back to the Board of Zoning Appeals and presented his case again, as requested. They voted 5-2 in favor of sending a favorable recommendation to the Mayor and Board of Trustees. He does not believe his request is a matter of convenience and hopes the Board agrees with the BZA recommendation. Trustee Farkas does not believe this is a matter of personal convenience. He believes the ordinance is clear and offers some flexibility. Trustee Farkas believes Dr. Miller has a legitimate concern. He does not believe this will set a precedent. Trustee Oppenheim made a motion to accept the report and recommendation of the Board of Zoning Appeals and grant the variation for the property at 444 Hermitage. Trustee Farkas seconded the motion. The motion did not pass by the following vote: AYES: Farkas, Jester, Oppenheim (3) NAYS: Seiden, Struthers, Rosenthal (3) As four votes are required for approval, the variation request was denied. Mr. Coblentz noted that a request to reconsider the matter could be made at the next meeting. Dr. Miller asked what would happen now. Mayor Rosenthal noted that trustees could request reconsideration at the next meeting. Village Attorney Coblentz ill verify with the Municipal Code who may make such a request. CONSENT AGENDA ORDINANCE O-10-25 GRANTING A An ordinance granting a front yard variation for FRONT YARD VARIATION FOR 160 160 Millstone. Second Reading. MILLSTONE – 2R Trustee Oppenheim made a motion to accept the Consent Agenda and adopt the ordinance. Trustee Seiden seconded the motion. The motion passed by the following vote: AYES: Farkas, Jester, Oppenheim, Seiden, Struthers (5) NAYS: None (0) OLD BUSINESS There was no Old Business. NEW BUSINESS AUTHORIZATION TO AWARD BID Brad Fink, Assistant Director of Public Works, FOR ONE NEW 2011 36,220 GVWR reported that three sealed bids were DUMP TRUCK WITH PLOW AND publicly opened on July 7, 2010. The new vehicle SPREADER would replace a similar 2001 vehicle. Chicago

Board of Trustees Meeting August 16, 2010 Page 6 of 6 International provided the lowest net bid in the amount of $99,500. Chicago International was the lowest bidder last year for a similar truck, and staff is satisfied with the truck. Mr. Fink noted these trucks see very heavy use with snowplowing, sewer repairs and water main breaks throughout the winter. Trustee Seiden made a motion to award the contract for one new 2011 36,220 GVWR dump truck with plow and spreader to Chicago International in a net amount not to exceed $99,500 including the tradein. Trustee Struthers seconded the motion. Trustee Farkas asked if anyone determined whether other manufacturers or models were better. Mr. Fink explained they were comfortable with this vehicle. The motion passed by the following vote: AYES: Farkas, Jester, Oppenheim, Seiden, Struthers (5) NAYS: None (0) DISCUSSION TRUSTEE IN THE TOWN Trustee Seiden invited residents to bring their questions to the Farmer’s Market for Trustees in the Town. Trustees Farkas and Seiden will be there from 9:00 am to noon. He noted this Saturday is also Ribfest at the Farmer’s Market. CHIEF MIKE SHANAHAN AWARD Mayor Rosenthal mentioned that last year, the Police Department received the Chief Mike Shanahan Award for exceptional work for public and private cooperation. This year, the award was given to the Philadelphia Police Department. She noted that previous award recipients include New York and Toronto. She believes it speaks very well for the Deerfield Police Department. NEXT MEETING Mr. Street noted that in observance of the Labor Day holiday, the next Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 7 at 7:30 p.m. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business or discussion, the meeting was adjourned at 8:38 PM. ATTEST: Village Clerk APPROVED: Mayor

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