Accomplishments

Vision, Leadership, Ideas, & Experience

Mike Saville has accomplished a lot during his time as an Alderman for the 6th ward. Click on any year below to see an outline of what he accomplished that year.

**DONATION TO AGAPE CONNECTION (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO COLLIER COMMUNITY CENTER (AMOUNT $167)

**DONATION TO COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO LIVING DAYLIGHT ORGANIZATION (AMOUNT $1000)

**DONATION TO MARIE WILKINSON FOOD PANTRY (AMOUNT $3000)

**DONATION TO RANDALL WEST CONDO ASSOCIATION (AMOUNT $2000)

**DONATION TO UKULELE FESTIVAL (AMOUNT $15,000)

**DONATION TO WEST AURORA INCLUSICE PLAYGROUND PROJECT (AMOUNT $10,000)

**DONATION TO REBUILDING TOGETHER AURORA (AMOUNT $2000)

**CONTRIBUTION TO FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT FOR NEW PARK SHELTER TO BE INSTALLED AT PALACE PARK (AMOUNT APPROXIMATELY $22,744)

**INITIATED FIRST GARBAGE STICKER PROGRAM FOR WARD 6 (AMOUNT $3,000)

**CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TOWARD TAYLOR STREET DRIVEWAY APPROACHES (AMOUNT $46,000)

**CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TOWARD MORTON AVE AND NEW HAVEN CURBS AND GUTTERS (AMOUNT $37,000)

**DONATION TO LIVING DAYLIGHT ORGANIZATION (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO DIA DE LOS NINOS (AMOUNT $200)

**DONATION TO COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO SIMPLY DESTINEE (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT MEMORIAL BENCH FOR FRAN CAFFEE (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO AURORA HEALTH COALITION (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO DOWNTOWN AURORA MAGIC (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO COLLIER COMMUNITY CENTER (AMOUNT $800)

**DONATION TO EMMANUEL HOUSE (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY MONTESSORI (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO ROOTS AURORA (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO RESTORE FREEMAN MURALS (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY JUNETEETH (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO DIA DE LOS MUERTOS (AMOUNT $200)

**DONATION TO AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 4TH OF JULY (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO GAYLES BAPTIST (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY PARK DIST FOR FRAN CAFFEE BENCH (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO JESSE THE LAW BOXING (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO VETERANS ADVISORY COUNCIL (AMOUNT $100)

**DONATION TO WEDNESDAYS AT THE PLAZA (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO MUTUAL GROUND (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY JUNETEETH EVENT (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO IMSA (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO SUNDOWNERS (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO AURORA INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY OCTOBERFEAST (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO AURORA TOWNSHIP (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO HISPANIC PIONEER BREAKFAST SCHOLARSHIPS (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO FIRE MUSEUM (AMOUNT $350)

**DONATION TO UKULELE FESTIVAL (AMOUNT $15,000)

**DONATION TO ST. RITAS CHUCH (AMOUNT $215)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY ORCHESTRA (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO A+ FOUNDATION (AMOUNT $2,500)

**DONATION TO AURORA ROTARY FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO PREGNANCY INFORMATION CENTER (AMOUNT $200)

**DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING (AMOUNT $3,500)

**DONATION TO SIMPLY DESTINEE (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO LIGHT OF THE HEART (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO FIESTAS PATRIAS (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION FOR AURORA GREENFEST (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO AURORA ACTIONAIRES (AMOUNT $150)

**DONATION TO SCITECH (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO MARIE WILKINSON (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO GAYLES MEMORIAL CHUCH (AMOUNT $100)

**DONATION TO SENIOR SERVICES (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO VNA (AMOUNT $1,000)

**GRANT GIVEN FOR PARKWAY IMPROVEMENTS FOR 102 N LAKE STREET (CINCO DE MAYO BAKERY) (AMOUNT $2,447.50)

**DONATION GIVEN TO FOX VALLEY MINISTRIAL ALLIANCE (AMOUNT $800)

**DONATION TO QUAD COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE (AMOUNT $400)

** TRAFFIC STUDY FOR EASTWOOD DRIVE NEAR SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

** PARKING STUDY FOR N. GLADSTONE AVENUE

** PARKING STUDY NEAR 820 N. RUSSELL AVENUE

**DONATION TO WEST AURORA SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR HILL SCHOOL PLAYGROUND (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO MARIE WILKINSON FOOD PANTRY – HOLIDAY FOOD

(AMOUNT $250)

**AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY 16TH ANNUAL KWANZAA CELEBRATION – FAMILY SPONSOR (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO SIMPLY DESTINEE STUDIO RENT (AMOUNT $2000)

**DONATION TO AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL GIVING FUND DRIVE FOR 2016 (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO PREGNANCY INFORMATION CENTER (AMOUNT $3,100)

**DONATION TO NEW MT CALVARY (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO ROOTS AURORA (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO -WEDNESDAYS AT THE PLAZA (AMOUNT $1,500)

**DONATION TO GAYLES MEMORIAL (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING (AMOUNT $1,500)

**DONATION TO AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 4TH OF JULY EVENT (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO JUNE TEENTH (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO HARRY POTTER FESTIVAL (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO CONTRIBUTION TO FOX VALLEY ORCHESTRA – BRONZE SPONSOR (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION – AURORA GREENFEST (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO NEW COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH. (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO AURORA SUNDOWNERS TRACK TEAM (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO AA MEN OF UNITY BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT (AMOUNT $1,000)

APPROVAL OF PARKING STUDY FOR WILDER STREET IN THE 300 BLOCK. (AMENDED TO INSTALLING ON-STREET HANDICAP PARKING SPACE.)

**APPROVAL OF PARKING STUDY FOR WESTERN 300 BLOCK OF LAWNDALE AVENUE (INSTALLING PARKING RESTRICTIONS SIGNAGE & YELLOW CURBS)

** A PARKING STUDY FOR NANCY HILL SCHOOL ON IOWA STREET, ILLINOIS AVENUE, AND SURROUNDINGS.  WARD 6, ALDERMAN SAVILLE.

 

Ward 6 List of Street Resurfacing

View a comprehensive list of streets by year in Ward 6 that have been resurfaced while Alderman Saville has been in office.

Ward 6 Sanitary/Storm Sewer and Water Main Improvements

View a comprehensive list of sanitary/storm sewer and water main improvements that have been made while Alderman Saville has been in office.

Grant for “Wednesdays At The Plaza” – To Marissa Amoni

(Amount $1500.00)

Grant To Roosevelt-Aurora Post 84 The American Legion To Help Veteran Students During State Budget Impass

(Amount $500.00)

DONATION TO THE FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT POLICE SUMMER CAMP COOK OUT FRIDAY JUNE 24TH AT PRISCO COMMUNITY CENTER

(Amount $500.00)

SPONSORSHIP TO THE AURORA SUNDOWNERS TRACK CLUB (COACH WALTERS) FOR THE UPCOMING COMPETITION (JULY/AUGUST) IN HOUSTON TEXAS FOR THE NATIONAL JR. OLYMPICS

(Amount $2,000.00)

DONATION TO KIWANIS CLUB OF AURORA FOR PANCAKE BREAKFAST MARCH 19TH AT AURORA CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

(Amount $300.00)

DONATION TO REBUILDING TOGETHER AURORA

(AMOUNT $750.00)

DONATION TO THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION 7TH ANNUAL AURORA GREEN FEST SATURDAY JUNE 11 2016 AT PRISCO COMMUNITY CENTER

(AMOUNT $250.00)

DONATION TO FOX VALLEY ORCHESTRA EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH YOUTH PROGRAM JUNE 26, 2016 AT NORTH ISLAND CENTER

(AMOUNT $500)

DONATION TO AURORA ROTARY FOUNDATION 9TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

(AMOUNT $500)

SPONSORED NEW STORM SEWER INLET TO ALLEVIATE FLODING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF NEW HAVEN AND MORTON

(BGI Committee approved expenditure – Material costs not to exceed $5,000)

DONATION TO GAYLES BAPTIST CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR GRADUATING 2016 SENIORS

(AMOUNT $1000.00)

DONATION TO AURORA TOWNSHIP KANE COUNTY TRIAD SHRED EVENT

(AMOUNT $312.50)

DONATION TO HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOURTH OF JULY FAMILY EVENT

(AMOUNT $750.00)

DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING SUMMER CAMP

(AMOUNT $1000.00)

DONATION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT

(AMOUNT $1,000.00)

DONATION TO LIGHT OF THE HEART-ART JAM

(AMOUNT $250.00)

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF AURORA AND THE FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT REGARDING LAND CONVEYANCE OF CERTAIN PARCELS 16-00607

(BLACKHAWK PARK AND BISHOP PARK)

 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF THE WESTERLY 45.42 FEET OF CITY REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 333 WEST PARK AVENUE, AURORA, ILLINOIS 16-00617

(SOLD TO DANIEL C. FITZPATRICK)

 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE SALE THE EASTERLY FIVE OF CITY REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 333 WEST PARK AVENUE, AURORA, ILLINOIS 16-00617 TO OWNERS OF THE PROPERTY

(Sold to MR. & MRS. HOWARD at 329 West Park Avenene)

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF 844 NORTH HIGHLAND AVENUE, AURORA, ILLINOIS – CITY REAL ESTATE – TO THE MARIE WILKINSON FOOD PANTRY, INC. NFP F/K/A MARIE WILKINSON FOUNDATION 16-00618

(Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry)

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT TO PURCHASE REAL PROPERTY FOR SIX VACANT LOTS BOUNDED BY COLORADO, PALACE, AND MICHIGAN AVENUES 16-00630

(AMOUNT $93,297.00 – BISHOP PARK)

SPONSORSHIP OF HOLE AND DRINK CART FOR JOSEPH CORP. ANNUAL GOLF OUTING

(AMOUNT $350.00)

SPONSORSHIP FOR ANNUAL AURORA FIREFIGHTERS LOCAL 99 “IGNITING HOPE & SPARKING INSPIRATION” CHARITY GOLF OUTING OF TEE 2 GREEN

(AMOUNT $450.00)

DONATION TO ROOTS AURORA FESTIVE EVENT

(AMOUNT $500.00)

TWO-WAY STOP SIGN AT INTERSECTION OF WILDER STREET AND VINE STREET, WITH THE TWO STOP SIGNS PLACED ON VINE STREET APPROACHING WILDER STREET

(G. O. Committee approved)

DONATION TO INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY FOR PARKING LOT PROJECT

(AMOUNT $2500)

DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING TO HELP COVER ADDITIONAL COST OF SUMMER CAMP

(AMOUNT $200)

HELD SHRED EVENT FOR WARD 6 IN CONJUNCTION WITH WARDS 4 AND 5 AT JEFFERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL

(MAY 21, 2016)

DEDICATED WILLIAM V PLUM PARK

(May 21, 2016)

HELD 6TH WARD JUNK AND TRASH PICK-UP AT MCCLEERY SCHOOL, SMITH SCHOOL AND RIVER ST PARKING LOT

(AUGUST 27, 2016  & September 17, 2016)

DONATION TO ST. RITA OF CASIA PARISH MARIACHI CONCERT

(AMOUNT $500)

DONATION TO MUTUAL GROUND 8TH ANNUAL WALK FOR HOPE

(AMOUNT $1000)

DONATION TO QUAD COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE HARVEST GALA

(AMOUNT $500)

DONATION TO SENIOR SERVICES PIE AUCTION

(AMOUNT $1000)

DONATION TO AURORA ACTIONAIRES FOR ANNUAL GALA FUNDRAISER

(AMOUNT $150)

 

 

 

 

Resolution – Demolition Of 844 N Highland Avenue June 2015.

Resolution – Demolition Of 333 West Park Avenue June 2015.

Resolution For Drainage Issue

New storm sewer inlet at the middle of the block at Arch Printing – BGI Committee approved expenditure

A Resolution Authorizing The Director Of Purchasing To Enter Into An Agreement With Wills Burke Kelsey Associates Ltd., 8 East Galena Boulevard, Suite 402, Aurora, Il 60506 For Construction Engineering Services In An Amount Not To Exceed Forty Three Thousand, Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars And No Cents

($43,750.00) (Michigan Avenue Water Main Replacement Project)

A Resolution Authorizing The Approval Of Bid Package 15-25 Plum Street Pocket Park In The Amount Not To Exceed $84,108.00 To The Lowest Bidder, Fuerte Systems Landscaping, Inc. Plainfield, Il For The 6th Ward/Alderman Saville.

(William V Plum Park)

Resolution For Drainage Issue

Corner Of New Haven And Morton – Material Costs Associated With Recommendation Not To Exceed $5,000.00 – Alderman Saville.

Parking Study For N Gladstone Avenue

(Amend To Install “No Parking This Side” East Of Gladstone From Monomoy North To Dead End.)

Parking Study For Oak Avenue In The 600 Block

(Amend To Installing 5ft Of Yellow Curb On Either Side Of The Double-Wide Apron)

Parking Study For Eastwood Drive In The 1300 Block

(Amend To Yellow Paint 5ft From Each Side Of The Driveways In This Area)

Traffic Study For Hammond Avenue Between Illinois Avenue And Florida Avenue

(Amend To Install Two Additional Speed Limit Signs)

Donation To Conservation Foundation For Aurora Green Fest At Prisco Community Center June 13, 2015

Free Family Evernt & Children’s Eco-Village & Community Trade Show – (Friend Amount $250.00)

Donation To Sci-Tech For The Outdoor Science Park

Tables, Receptacles And Shade Sails For Students & Families – (Amount $1,000.00)

Donation To VNA For Their Green Gala Celebration Saturday, May 16, 2015 At VNA Health Center 400 N Highland Avenue

(Amount $500.00)

Contribution To The Fox Valley Orchestra El Sistema Educational Outreach Youth Program

(Bronze Sponsorship – $500.00)

Contribution To The West Aurora Art Heritage And Education Fund For The Restoration Project 1930s WPA Mural “The History Of Writing And The Alphabet”

(Sponsorship “Beaconlight Society” Amount $1,000.00)

Grant To Simply Destinee-Music Saved My Life – To Help With Some Unforeseen Expenses

(Grant Amount $843.00)

Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For Their 4th Of July Event

(Amount $750.00)

Donation To L I F E Lifetime Individuals For Future Empowerment Support Inc

(Amount $500.00)

Donation To The Soulfeed Smooth Jazz Festival 2015 At Riveredge Park “Partners In Hope” Partners

(Amount $1,500.00)

Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For The WWII Exhibit At The Stover’s Visitor Center At Phillips Park

(Amount $500.00)

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club C/O Wilbur Walters Sponsorship For Their Upcoming Competition In Norfolk Virginia For The National Jr. Olympics

(Amount $2,000.00)

Reimburse Sue Stanley For Snow Cone Machine For Block Party August 15, 2015 – Grand Rental Station Yorkville Il

(Amount $93.02, Does Not Incl. Tax) (6th Ward Grant)

Donation To The African American Men Of Unity’s Back To School Festival August 21, 2015 At Greene Field Park

(Amount $1,000.00)

Donation To Aurora Hispanic Heritage Advisory Board (Ahhab) For The Annual Fiestas Patrias On September 13, 2015

(Amount $125.00)

Gayles Memorial Missionary Baptist Church 65th Anniversary August 21, 22, 23, 2015

Put Full Page Ad – $100.00 (Grant)

Scitech Hands On Museum Soar – Ifly Naperville Il

Solo ($75 Includes Observation Deck)

Donation To Simply Destinee, An Organization To Help Underprevilaged Youth In The Community

(Amount $1,000.00)

Donation To Aurora Rotary Foundation For The 2015 Annual Festival Of Lights At Phillips Park

(Amount $500.00)

Donation To Senior Services Association 11th Annual Pie Auction Fundraiser

(Amount $250.00)

City Of Aurora Sale 350 & 352 West Illinois To Adjoining Property Owners 650 Grand Avenue

(Alfredo Padilla)

A Resolution Approving A Development For Home And Nsp Program Loans Between The City Of Aurora And Brinshore Development Llc (Dba Boreas Llc) For Scattered-Site Housing Development In The City Of Aurora

sponsored amendments page 7-3A ref. exhibit M which prioritizes (the reduction of residential density of certain homes in the City) page 5 of the agreement that the elimination of additional dwelling units such as that the proposed property shall be a single family home  with only one dwelling unit and the property be down zoned so they are prioritizing multi-family housing to convert to single family homes.

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman To Execute An Agreement To Reduce Density And Memorandum Of Agreement (721-723 Pennsylvania Avenue, Pin 15-16-431-020)

($72,000 pay to owner in exchange for the opportunity to demo structure at 721 Penn Ave.)

There were two homes built on one parcel, 721 was in the back and was demolished in keeping with the single family neighborhood.

A Resolution Authorizing Application For Kane County Riverboat Funds For A Neighborhood Park And Execution Of All Necessary Documents

(329-339 Plum, 507 Grand and 625-629 Iowa – total of 9 properties)

Installation Of A Stormwater Sewer Inlet By Arch Printing On Morton Avenue

Approved Thru Bgi 2014 With A Not To Exceed $20,000.00. Work Completed This Spring By Stokes Excavating. Final Payment Done 05/06/15. (Po 279941 $18,748.50)

Fox Valley Park District Grant For Contribution For Acquisition Of Land And Other Programming

$9,900.00. (507 Grand Avenue)

Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry’s – Grant To Marie’s Community Garden Developmemt Costs

$5,801.09 (84 Lumber, America’s Brick & Concrete, Chad Ford – dump truck & bobcat rentals)

West Aurora Cemetery C/O Jan Mangers – Donation

$2,000.00

The Conservation Foundation-Aurora Greenfest – Donation

$250.00

African American Men Of Unity – Donation To Their Jobs For Youth Program

$100.00

African American Men Of Unity – Donation To Their Safe Summer Basketball Program

$100.00

Fox Valley Buildings And Construction Trade Council’s Golf Outing

Sponsor Hole – $100.00

 Aurora Sundowners Track Club C/O Wilbur Walters Sponsorship For Their Upcoming Competition In Des Moines Iowa For The National Jr. Olympics

$2,000.00

 African American Men Of Unity – Donation To Their Back To School Festival For School Supplies, Etc

$1,000.00

 Family Focus Aurora – Root Aurora A Multicultural Event At River Edge Park Celebrating Heritages

$500.00

The Light Of The Heart (A Community Art Therapy Project) Art Jam On Saturday, September 6th At Phillips Park 1000 Ray Moses Drive

Growing Sponsor $250.00

 Contribution To Scott Sherwood, Fine Arts Restoration For Removal Of The 1938 Wpa Mural (Paul Stoddard, Artist) From Former West Aurora High School 14 Blackhawk St

(Amount $5,727.50)

 Rebuilding Together Aurora (Rta) Request To Close May Street To Thru Traffic From Illinois Ave To New Haven Ave April 25th & 26th

Permission Was Given To Close May Street For Event.

 Traffic Study 14.00366

Intersection N Elmwood Dr & Old Indian Trail – Install No Parking Here To Corner North Approach East Side Of N Elmwood (According To Aurora City Spec. & Standards) (Request of Northwest Territories Neighbors)

 Traffic Study 14.00212

Intersection California Ave & N Commonwealth Ave, Investigate Speeding, Possible 4w Stop Sign – No Action Taken Per Staff Recommendation.

 Traffic Study 14.00307

Intersection Monomoy St & Gladstone St – No Action Taken Per Staff Recommendation-This Area Does Not Meet The Minimum Qualifications For Traffic Calming.

Traffic Study 14.00367

N Highland Avenue For Special Signage – Install Stop Sign On Lakelawn Blvd Approach To N Highland Ave.

Traffic Study 14.00227

Monomoy Street Eliminate Five Parking Spaces South Side Starting At N Randall Road – Install No Parking & Tow Zone Signage Restrictions. (At Request of APD)

Traffic Study 14.00477

Intersection Lakelawn Blvd & Iowa Avenue

Install Two-Way Stop Sign On Iowa Ave Approaching Lakelawn Blvd.

Traffic Study 14.00478

Colorado Avenue Vicinity Of The 1200 Block – Per City Policy This Segment Of Colorado – No Impact At This Time, Staff Recommends Acceptance Of The Traffic Study.

Traffic Study 14.00522 For Speed Study

Grand Avenue 400 To 600 Block – Speeds & Volume Are Consistent And Does Not Qualify For Traffic Calming Based On 85th Percentile Speed.

Traffic Study 14.00659

Acceptance Of Traffic Study For The 400 Block Of Oak Avenue.

Traffic Study 14.00660

Acceptance Of Traffic Study For The Randall Road/Illinois Avenue Intersection For Speeds.

Traffic Study 14.00683

New Haven & Sheldon Ave Intersection – Amended To Replacing Existing Yield Signs With Stop Signs And Cross Traffic Does Not Stop Placards.

 Traffic Study 13.00754 For Parking Study

Lawndale Ave Concerning Parking Restrictions – Amended To Removal Of No Parking Restriction On South Side Of Lawndale From Lake St To Wilder With Standard Intersection Restrictins Retained. (Neighbors Request)

 Traffic Study 13.00762

Acceptance For Traffic Study – W Benton Between W Downer And S Lake St To Determine Need For Speed Limit Signage And Appropriate Two-Way Street Signage On W Benton.

Purchased The Property At 333 West Park Avenue In Aurora, Which Has Been Abandoned

(Purchase Price $36,000.00)

Petition

Residents Request That The City Of Aurora Purchase The Three (3) Parking Lots In Bishop Park That Are Situated On The West Side Of Palace Street From California Avenue To Michigan Avenue, For The Purpose Of Developing A Neighborhood Park For Our Children And Families. There Is A Significant Lack Of Open Space And Parks In Our Area Of The Sixth Ward And We Respectfuly Ask That The City Council Favorably Consider Our Request.

The petition was filed with the Aldermen’s Office on June 4, 2014. There was a total of 46 pages in all from the neighborhoods surrounding this area.

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning The 425 West Park Avenue From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(Jim Schweizer & Ramona Wood owners)

Approved the downzoning to single family.

An Ordinance Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement Concerning The Granting Sale Of City Owned Property Located At 329 Plum Street

(Pin: 15-15-352-055) (Elia & Reem Ghanem Owns 502 Palace St East Of 329 Plum St)

A Resolution Relating To The Amended Agreement Hiring The Professional Services Of Martin Design Partnership Ltd 335 N River Street Suite 201 Batavia Illinois For The 6th Ward Pocket Park Planning & Design In An Amount Not To Exceed $20,500.00.

(Grand & Plum, Iowa Street And North Highland)

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman To Execute A Phase 2 Engineering Agreement With Hw Lochner, Inc., 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 1200, Chicago, Il 60606 For The Highland And Sullivan Roundabout Design – Engineering.

(This Is A T Intersection)

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Acquisition Agreement For Property At 14 Blackhawk Street, Aurora, Illinois

(Total Amount $2,500.00) (Former West Aurora High School)

Traffic Study (13.003)

Request Stop Signs At Three-Way Intersection Of West Park Avenue And Palace Street. Resident Complained About Speeding In The Area, Her Dog Was Hit And Killed On January 16 2013 She Is Concerned About The Safety Of The School Children In The Area. (G.O. Amended To Placement Of A Single Stop Sign On Palace At Approach To West Park)

 Traffic Study (13.014)

Request For No Outlet Signs On Landreth Ct At Entrance To Briar Court Villas – Alderman Saville (Amended To No Outlet Signs At Farnsworth Avenue)

Bgi Item – B13.003 Item For Resolution At 1084 Colorado Av

The Owners Have Noticed That The Neighbors As Well As Their Own Basements Are Flooding & Sewer Backup – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.005 Item For Resolution At 1061 California Av

Just Recently Bought His Home And Noticed All Of The Sump Pumps For His Neighbors Are Draining Into The Backyard. He Was Wondering If They Need To Connect Into The Storm Sewer – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.008 Item For Resolution At 1313 N Randall Rd

Constituent Called In A Complaint Of 6 Feet Of Sewage In His Basement – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.010 Item For Resolution At 418 Old Indian Trail Rd

At This Address There Was 20’ Of Water Back Up From The Rain/Flooding – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.017 Item For A Resolution At 1445 Beau Ridge Dr

Drain Has Been Plugged & Area Getting Flooded – Can We Look Into Putting In Another Inlet – Also Acr#64534 Report For Clogged Catch Basin – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.006 Item For A Resolution At 411 North Park Av

She States That Her Front Yard Floods Due To Street Runoff. This Is An Ongoing Problem That She Would Like To See Fixed. The Street Level Is Higher That Her Yard Level And There Are No Curbs – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.016 Item For A Resolution At 774 Crestwood Dr

The Resident Has Only Lived Here A Year Since July And His Basement Has Flooded & The Sewer Backup 3 Times – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.002 Item For A Resolution At 931 Upper Brandon Drive

The Sewer And Toilet In His Basement Are Backing Up – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.011 Item For A Resolution At Burr Oak Circle

General Flooding – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.012 Item For A Resolution At Sullivan Rd And N Randall Rd

Due To Recent Grading At This Intersection Are Adding To Water Concerns At The Hindu Temple-Mike Saville, Ward 6 (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

The Conservation Foundation C/O Theresa Barreiro Sponsorship For The Aurora Greenfest A Free Family Event Held At The Prisco Community Center June 8, 2013

$250.00.

Fox Valley Park District Grant For Contribution For Acquisition Of Land And Other Programming

$9,900.00. (507 Grand Avenue)

Aurora Historic Society Donation For Their 4th Of July Event

$750.00.

Aurora Sundowners Track Club C/O Wilbur Walters Sponsorship For Their Upcoming Competition In Detroit Michigan For The National Jr. Olympics

$2,000.00.

 Fox Valley Veterans Breakfast Club Aka The Moving Wall – Vietnam Memorial Wall – November 7-11, 2013 At West Aurora High School

$500.00

The Light Of The Heart-Donation To The Community Art Therapy Project

$250.00

My Father’s Hands-Donation

$1,000.00

Rebuilding Together Aurora-Donation

$1,000.00

Kiwanis Club Of Aurora-2013 City Of Aurora Community Coat Drive “Coats For Kids” Citywide Effort

$500.00

Street Lights Approved/Installed 723-727 Roberts St And Richards St.

Amount From 6th Ward Fund $6,900.00.

An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of the Southern 1/2 of the City Real Estate Located at 350 West Illinois Avenue and 352 West Illinois Avenue, Aurora, Illinois

(Sold to Eloise Ruiz for $1.00)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Section 2-16 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Setting New Ward Boundaries In The City Of Aurora

(June 11, 2012 – Ward Re-Mapping Committee)

 An Ordinance Amending The Aurora Building Code For (R-2) Apartment/Condo Buildings.

Sponsored several amendments: require washer & dryer hook ups; sound transmission between units; all domestic water service individual and privately metered per dwelling unit; and outside hose bibbs shall be separate from the inside water systems.

 An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located The 833-835, 839, And 843-845 N. Highland Avenue From R-3 One Family Dwelling District And R-4 Two Family Dwelling District To Os-2 Open Space And Recreation District

(The City Of Aurora – Au16/4-12.126-Rz – Tv – Ward 6)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located The 625 And 629 Iowa Avenue From R-3 One Family Dwelling District And R-4 Two Family Dwelling District To Os-2 Open Space And Recreation District

(The City Of Aurora – Au16/4-12.127-Rz – Tv – Ward 6)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located At 331, 333,335,337 And 339 Plum Street And 507 Grand Avenue From R-1 One Family Dwelling District To Os-2 Open Space And Recreation District.

 A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 350 West Illinois Avenue Aurora, Illinois

(Sum Of $90,000.00 Approved At City Council 03-13-2012)

A Resolution Authorizing The Sixth Ward Parking Improvement Program

Alderman Saville (Being Used For Richards Crossing Parking Improvement $24,250.00) – Acquisition

A Resolution Authorizing A Sixth Ward Grant To West Aurora School District 129 For Parking Improvements

(Grant Amount $29,300.00) (735 Iowa & 730 Penn & 734 Penn) – Acquisition

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 507 Grand Avenue, Aurora, Illinois

Alderman Saville – Total $142,000.00 ($37,000 Grant From Fvpd)

A Resolution Hiring The Professional Services Of Martin Design Partnership, Ltd., 335 N River Street, Suite 201, Batavia Illinois For The 6th Ward Pocket Park Planning & Design In The Amount Not To Exceed $16,200.00

(Grand & Plum, Iowa Street and North Highland) Alderman Saville

A Resolution Accepting The Bid From Graybar Electric, Naperville Illinois In The Amount Of $61,040.00 For The Purchase Of 20 Sets Of Beacon Decorative Sign Posts For The Maintenance Services Division.

This is to replace the city public parking signs and posts. – Downtown Riverwalk District

A Request To Accept The Low Bid Of $4,974.00 From Stokes Excavating For The Installation Of A Culvert Under Sidewalk At Sullivan Road And Exposition View

(Bgi Compl/Inquire Bgi12.001 – Mike Newman, 1420 Golden Oaks Parkway 630-441-4325)

 Donation To Aurora Historical Society’s 4th Of July Event

($750.00)

Donation To Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry

($1,000.00)

Donation To Kb Hoops C/O Kenny Battle – Summer Basketball Program

$400.00

Traffic Study (12.008)

Request A Traffic Study For The Parking Problem On The Street By 1260 N Elmwood Dr – Having Problems Viewing When Coming Out Of Driveway As Well As Coming Into The Driveway – Alderman Saville & Kenneth Holt (A Standard 5ft Yellow Curb Painting When Weather Permits)

Traffic Study (12.009)

Request A Set Up With School Signs And Pavement Marking Indicating There Is A School (Fox Valley Montessori) In The Middle Of The Neighborhood, One For Safety Reason As Well As Parents Say The School Can Be Easily Missed – Alderman Saville & Fv Montessori School (850 N Commonwealth Avenue)

Traffic Study (12.091)

Request For Yellow Curbs At N. Lake Street And West Park Avenue To Prevent Parking Too Close To The Intersection (Southbound On N. Lake Street & Eastbound To West Park Avenue) – Sharon Kochlefl & Alderman Saville, Ward 6) (Staff Recommends No Parking Here To Corner 25ft Before 3 Lane Section, Both Sides Of Street)

Traffic Study (12.148)

Request For Installation Of Speed Limit Signs And No Parking This Side West Side Of N Russell Ave North Of New Haven Avenue – Alderman Saville & Officer Jeff Peterson, Apd (Staff Recommends Speed Limit Signs On N Russell)

Street Light Approved/Installed Between 380 & 384 North Park Ave.

Street Light Approved/Installed 354 North Park Ave.

 

Resolution Denying Request to Initiate A Public Hearing To Consider Revisions to Aurora’s Comprehensive Plan To Change The Land Use Designation From Quasi-Public To Commercial For the Property Located at 14 Blackhawk Street

Spoke out at the Planning & Development Committee that the former West Aurora High School / Franklin Junior High / Aurora Christian High School should be demolished and made a permanent park – November 15, 2012.

A Resolution To Award The “California Court Water Main Replacement Project” To H. Linden & Sons Sewer & Water, Inc. Of P. O. Box 344 Yorkville, Il  60560

(Amount $174,474.00)

 A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Commonly Known As 352 West Illinois Avenue Under The City’s Density Reduction Program

(Owner: Worth Hill)

A Resolution Appointing Warren Barton As A Member Of The Block Grant Working Committee.

(Expires April 13, 2015)

A Resolution Accepting The Bid From R.A. Ubert Construction Yorkville, Il In The Amount Of $59,500.00 For The Replacement Of The Riverwalk Stairs At New York Street

Equipment Services.

Donation To Kb-Hoops A Non-For Profit Organization Providing Quality Basketball Programs In State Of Illinois. Help Pay For Travel Uniforms Equipment, Staff And Year Around Training

(Kenny Battle, Kb-Hoops $400.00)

Donation To Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry

($1,500.00)

Donation To Aurora Historical Society 4th Of July Event

($750.00)

Dontation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Team For The Jr. Olympics Coming Up In July/August 2011

($1,000.00)

Donation Of $100.00 To Kiwanis Club Of Aurora For The City Of Aurora Community Coat Drive “Coats For Kids” Citywide Effort To Purchase New Coats For Kids.

Donation Of $100.00 To School District 129 For West Aurora Girls Basketball Program.

6th Ward Committee Budget Helped With The Hill Elementary School Parking Lot Addition

($900.00) – School District 129 Purchase

Appraisal On Lot 12 – North May Street Property ($250.00) – Fvpd

Fox Valley Park District – Land Acquisition For Park Expansion In The 6th Ward

(May Street Park – $9,900.00)

Traffic Study (11.018)

Requesting A Study Of West Park Around The Rr Crossing, Police Ticketing Vna Employees, Police Say Can’t Park Within 50 Feet Of A Rr Crossing. Need Some Clarification – (Signage To Be Installed – No Parking Within 50ft Of Active Rr Crossing)

Traffic Study (11.060)

Requesting 4 Way Stop Sign At Intersection Of New Haven And May Street – Alderman Saville & Greg Miller, 750 N May St) (Amended To A 2 Way Stop On May Street)

Traffic Study (11.070)

Requesting “Hearing Impaired”Signage In Front Of Home 723 Penn Ave. Resident Has Two Children With Hearing Disabilities. (Asia Watkins, 723 Penn Ave.)

Traffic Study (11.097)

Request Traffic Study For Hammond Ave And New Haven Ave To Go From 2 Way Stop To A 4 Way Stop – Alderman Saville (Amended To No Parking Here To Corner On Hammond Avenue)

Traffic Study (11.098)

Request Traffic For 247 West Park & Oak Ave Need Handicap Parking Spot For Oak Avenue For Their 18 Year Old Son – Glen & Alyssa Doherty And Alderman Saville.

Bgi Item – Drainage Issue At 326 Florida Avenue (Carol Mascow)

(Approved At Bgi On June 27, 2011 – Work Due To Be Completed In The Fall)

Street Light Approved/Install 361 Manor Place.

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning A 19.07 Acre Property Located East Of Taylor Avenue And Directly North Of New Haven Avenue From M-2 Manufacturing District, General To P-Public Open Space/Recreation/Park District And Approving A Site Plan For New Haven Park.

An Ordinance Approving Replacement Of The Aurora Building Code Section 12-1 Through 12-39, Ordinance Adopts The 2009 International Code Council Series With Local Modifications Per The Recommendation Of The City Of Aurora Permanent Building And Fire Code Committee:

(with the following amendments)

  • Added stricter decibel level for sound in hotel/motel – 5dB’s
    • Sound transmission class for 1207.2 shall be modified to (STC) of not less than 55 (50 if field tested) for air-borne noise when tested in accordance with ASTM E 90
  • Require separate outdoor hoses bibbs to be connected with a home potable water system. 10.1 Hose bibb locations: 2 hose bibbs located as remotely as practicable shall be required per residence (e.g. front and rear yards)
  • Attempted to require storm doors for new construction – motion denied.
  • Required basement window wells to be covered on new construction.
    • The following subsection shall be added to Section R310.4:
      • R310.4.1 window wells shall be provided with flat covers capable of supporting at least 150lbs.
  • Require screen vents to be installed on dryer vents.
    • 3.1 Clothes Dryer Termination: clothes dryer exhaust duct systems shall terminate with a removable guard to prevent bird or rodent entry. For maintenance purposes, termination shall be located no greater than 12 feet above the walking surface or grade below.
    • 2.1 Termination bathroom exhaust ducts systems shall be equipped with a back draft damper and shall be terminated with a guard to prevent bird or rodent entry.
  • Require that there be no un-treated wood in contact with concrete on new construction.
    • This was clarified in the newer editions of the code and therefore no modification was necessary.
  • Water distribution piping change to ease filtration system installation.
    • 5.2 – Water Distribution Piping: water distribution piping shall be installed so that all water supplies except for hose bibbs are fed from a single branch pipe for the possible future installation of a water filtration system.

A Resolution Approving The Final Plat For Lots 1 And 2 Of New Haven Park Subdivision, Being 19.07 Acres Of Vacant Land Located North Of New Haven Avenue And East Of Taylor Avenue In The City Of Aurora, Il.

(Nec Of Morton Ave & New Haven Ave By Fvpd) – New Park

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of The Northerly ½ Of City Real Estate Located At 617 North Harrison, Aurora, Illinois Permanent Index No. 15-16-353-010.

(Tim and Margaret Arnold) R10-247

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of The Southerly ½ Of City Real Estate Located At 617 North Harrison, Aurora, Illinois Permanent Index No. 15-16-353-010.

(Paul & Maria Vega) R10-248

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 833-835 North Highland Avenue Aurora, Illinois.

(Approved At City Council September 14, 2010)

A Resolution To Award The Aurora Foxwalk-Lower Foxwalk On West Channel Between Downer Place And Galena Blvd. To R. A. Ubert Construction, Inc. Of P.O. Box 160, Yorkville Il 60560.

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club For Their Upcoming Event February 19-21, 2010-Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington Il

$500.00. (6th Ward Committee)

 Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For The 4th Of July Event

$750.00.

Grant Assistance To The Fox Valley Park District In The Amount Of $9,900.00 From The 6th Ward Committee For The May Street Park Acquiring The Property At N Highland Avenue (507 Grand Avenue)

Donation Of $300.00 To Kiwanis Club Of Aurora For The City Of Aurora Community Coat Drive “Coats For Kids” Citywide Effort To Purchase New Coats For Kids.

Sponsoring A ¼ Page Ad In The Souvenir Journal For St. John Ame Church For Their Dedication Celebration On Sunday, August 15, 2010.

 Traffic Study (10.003)

Request For A Pre-Empt Device And Remote Device To Regulate The Signals At Fire Station Number 3 On N. Highland Avenue And W. Indian Trail – Alderman Saville & Officer Rosa O’brien.

Traffic Study (10.027)

Request For Parking Restrictions And Yellow Curbing At Smith Elementary School On Robinood Drive And Cedardale Place – Eric Gallt, Traffic Engineer.

Traffic Study (09.121)

Request For Pedestrian Crossing Signs At The Prisco Center, Illinois Avenue By The Bike Path (Recommendation Is To Install Solar Powered Led Pedestrian Signs Pending Funding Agreement With Fox Valley Park District)– Alderman Saville & Randy Caho, Fvpd

Traffic Study (10.064)

Request For Possible Revision Of Prior Traffic Study 10.030 Requesting No Parking From 2:00 Am To 5:00 Am Signage On Richard Street Between Foran Lane & Morton Avenue (Recommendation Is For Designated No Parking On The South Side Of Richard Street Between Foran Lane & Morton Avenue) – Alderman Saville.

Traffic Study (10.104)

Request For “Slow Handicap Child” Signage For 1209 California Avenue. Acr Complaint/Inquire – Joanne Williams & Alderman Mike Saville.

Street Light Request 10.008

Request A Street Light At 1345 N Russell Avenue (Recommendation Is To Place The Street Light At 1363/1369 N Russell Avenue) – Maria Tarntham & Alderman Mike Saville. After further investigation, the location of a new street light at 1363/1369 N. Russell is no longer feasible. The location will be moved to between 1351 and 1357 N. Russell. This new location will allow us better access to ComEd for the electrical hookup – John Meszaros, Electrical Dept.

Bgi Discussion Item – Drainage Issue At 1400 Exposition Drive – Come Back In Spring Needs More Attention To Design & Coordinate With The Temple

Alderman Saville

Street Light Approved/Installed Between 900 & 902 Richards St.

A Resolution Appointing Arthur Sheridan To The Riverwalk Commission.

A Resolution To Award 2009 City Of Aurora Area Water Main Improvements – California Avenue.

(R09.278/Nb09.20)

Install 3,200 lineal feet 8 inch water main, new fire hydrants, valves, water service connections and surface restoration.

A Resolution Adopting The City Of Aurora Sustainability Plan To Enhance The Quality Of Life For Present And Future Generations Of Aurorans Through Sustainable Practices

(The City Of Aurora – Kdwk-09.137-Comp – Pb – All Wards) (Amended This Resolution: 1) Insert The United Nations Kyoto Protocol Language To Reduce Anti-Sprawl And Greenhouse Gas Emissions. 2) Insert A Language To Include Alternative Techniques Including Adding The Manufacturing “Fly Ash” To Concrete And Ashpalt Paving To Increase Roadway Ware And Tear. 3) Recommend Modifying The Traffic Signals Techniques Such As Elongating And Preemptive Blinking Lights To Indicate Signal Change To Increase Public Safety. 4) The Goal Is To Increase Awareness Among City Staff And Elected Officials By Our Local Commitment To The International Kyoto Protocol.

A Resolution Authorizing For Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 335 Plum Street, Aurora, IL

(Debra S Helen-Johnson And Perry Johnson, Owners)

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club For The Jr. Olympics Aau Nationals In Des Moines, Ia

$1,000.00. (6th Ward Committee)

 6th Ward Committee Voted In Favor For A Grant To Mutual Ground 429 Oak Avenue In The Amount Of $2,000.00.

(6th Ward Committee)

Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Aurora Foxwalk

Lower Foxwalk On West Channel Between Downer Place And Galena Blvd.

Traffic Study (09.102)

Request For “No Truck Traffic’ Signage For N. Elmwood Drive Going North From New Indian Trail And Going South Off Of Sullivan Road – Alderman Saville.

Traffic Study (09.076)

Rquest Signage “Cross Traffic Does Not Stop” For New Haven At Foran Lane – Alderman Saville.

Information Regarding Updating The Violation Notices From Neighborhood Standards

Planning And Development Committee Made Some Recommendations To Staff Regarding Neighborhood Standards.

Acquired Cdbg Funding For The Widening Of Parkway On Foran Lane And New Sidewalk Installtion Between New Haven And Illinois Avenue

East Side Of Street.

Amount for work $31,500.00 from the CDBG funds.

 Planted Parway Trees For Residences On Foran Lane Between New Haven And Illinois Avenue

East Side Of The Street.

An Ordinance Approving Text Amendment #3100 With Regards To Codes Regulations  1) Controlling Allowable Construction Type R-1 Uses Hotels, 2) Regulations Of Hotels, And 3) Controlling Exterior Wall Materials For All Residential Uses.

(Supported Modification With Quality Changes)

 Donation To Kb-Hoops A Non-For Profit Organization Providing Quality Basketball Program In State Of Illinois. Help Pay For Travel Uniforms, Equipment, Staff And Year Around Training

$400.00 (6th Ward Committee)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, Rezoning Properties Of The Fall 2007 Comprehensive Downzoning From R-4 Two-Family Dwelling District Zoning To R-3 One-Family Dwelling District Zoning (The City Of Aurora-Kdwk-07.397-Dz-Pb-Wards 2,3,4,6,7)

with an amendment regarding two properties, 190 N Smith is to be included in the properties being downzoned and the property at 1032 Garfield Avenue is being recommended for exclusion, thus remaining at its current R-4 zoning.

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 22, Article Ii, Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Commission On Human Relations

(Ad-Hoc Committee: Bob O’connor, Michael Saville, & Richard Irvin) (Sponsored Amendments) (We have this twice, the second is on page 38 titled AD-HOC Committee)

Code Of Ordinance Sec. 13-9 “Proximity To Certain Institutions

(Alderman Keith Recommended Changes) (Request Removal Of Section 13-9 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances) (Adopted 07/22/2008) (selling tobacco products near schools allowing a shorter distance then previously allowed)

An Ordinance Establishing A Temporary Moratorium On The Development, Construction Or Remodeling Of Any Hotel, Motel Or Extended Stay Facilities In The City Of Aurora.

(P & D Committee With Sue Vos, Aurora Tourism & Convention Bureau)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12 Dealing With Licensing Of Rental Properties In The City Of Aurora

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, “Building And Building Regulations”, Of The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 29, Article Vii Entitled “Criminal Nuisance Abatement”

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 39, Article 1 Entitled “Emergency Response Cost Recovery” Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

These four (4) items were established to help residents with irresponsible landlords or landlords who have irresponsible tenants.

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Know As 629 Iowa Avenue, Aurora, Illinois, Mr. & Mrs Arthur Haight

A Resolution Approving The Final Plan For A Landscaped Berm For The Balaji Temple Location At 1145 W Sullivan Road

(Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple) – Au08/2-08.127-Fnp-Tm/St – Ward 6)

A Resolution Accepting The Proposal From Christopher B. Burke Engineering West, Ltd., St. Charles, Illinois In The Amount Totaling $42,500.00 Plus Reimbursable Expenses For General Consulting Services For The Aurora Foxwalk

Lower Section Project.

Traffic Study Request (07.132)

Two (2) Turn Lanes (One Left Turn & One Right Turn) Be Painted On Highland Avenue At The Intersection Of Sullivan Road – Alderman Saville.

Traffic Study Request (07.125)

Stop Sign At The Intersection Of N. Russell Avenue At Beau Ridge Drive – Alderman Saville & Timothy Donaldson, 1408 Beau Ridge Drive

Street Light Request

Installed Around The 1300 Block Of Russell Avenue – Mario Millan, 1344 Russell Avenue – Alderman Mike Saville.

Establish A Sidewalk System Along Highland Avenue (1240 & 1330 Highland Avenue) And Parts Of Sullivan Road Because Of New Sullivan Road Bridge.

(Reimbursement From Kane County – City Front Funded The Sidewalk Improvement)

Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For Their 4th Of July Event

$675.00. (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To The Citizens For Neighborhood Improvement (Lillian Perry’s Organization)

$2,000.00 (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To The Aurora Boxing Club At Simmons Middle School

$1,000.00. (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To Hope D Wall School For Children’s Outside Playground Equipment

$2,500.00 (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club For The Jr. Olympics Aau Nationals In Detroit Mi

$1,000.00. (6th Ward Committee)

Ad-Hoc Committee – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 22, Article Ii, Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances, Entitled “Commission On Human Relations”

(Alderman At-Large Bob O’connor, Alderman At-Large Richard Irvin And Alderman Michael Saville)

Widen West Park Avenue Parkway Between Highland Avenue And The Railroad Tracks

(North Side Of The Street)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 625 Iowa Avenue, Aurora, Illinois In The Amount Of $370,000.00 (4 Unit)

(6th Ward Fund Paid For Half)

A Resolution To Accept The Lowest Qualified Bid Of Champion Environmental Services, Inc. For $32,000.00 For The Asbestos Removal From The City Owned Building At 625 Iowa Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

Sponsored The Demolition Of Property Known As 625 Iowa Avenue In The Amount Of $16,000.00.

Downzoning Property Currently Known As 625 Iowa Avenue To A “P”

(Park Zoning.)

Downzoning Properties Currently Known As 843/845 N Highland Avenue To A “P”

(Park Zoning.)

Downzoning Property Current Known As 339 Plum Street To A P/Park (Purchasing And Demolition) A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 339 Plum Street, Aurora, Illinois.

(Resolution #R07.231 With A Purchase Price Of $125,000.00)

A Resolution To Award The Tanner Historic District Lighting Project Ssa #134 In The Amount Of $1,072,968.60 To Utility Dynamics Corporation, 23 Commerce Drive, Oswego, Illinois 60543.

Historic Lighting Project In The Tanner District That Was Shared With The 2nd Ward Alderman Juany Garza.

Shodeen Development – Sponsored Amendments And Changes.

(For South Downtown Development on East Bank)

A Resolution Authorizing The Acceptance Of The Donation Of Real Estate Known As 821-823 North Highland Avenue, Aurora, Illinois

(Mr. & Mrs Mundy Donated To Be Used As Future Neighborhood Park)

A Resolution Accepting A Proposal From Christopher B Burke Engineering, Ltd., Rosemont, Illinois In The Amount Of $153,548.01 For Professional Architecture And Engineering Services, Contract “C” – Stage 2a

(Riverwalk Master Plan Between New York Street And North Avenue And Revised Code [Area Iii]).

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, Rezoning  Properties Of The Spring 2007 Comprehensive Downzoning From R-4 Two-Family Dwelling District Zoning To R-3 One-Family Dwelling District Zoning

(City Of Aurora – Kdwk – 07.083-Dz – Pb)

An Ordinance Approving A Text Amendment To Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance Including Sections 3.3 Definitions, Section 5.13 Off-Street Parking And Loading, Section 7 Residential Districts Including Sections 7.1-7.6 Being The One-Family Dwelling Districts.

(Helped Sponsor This)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 29, Article Iv, Entitled “Offenses Pertaining To Property”.

(Requiring Section 29-104 Lighting Required In Public Parking Lots)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, Rezoning Properties Of The Summer 2007 Comprehensive Downzoning From R-4 Two-Family Dwelling District Zoning To R-3 One-Family Dwelling District Zoning.

(190 Homes)

A Resolution Creating A Special Committee Of The City Council To Study And Make Recommendations Regarding The Subpoena Power Of The Human Relations Commission.

(Appointed By The Alderman To This 3 Person Committee)

A Resolution Approving The Final Plat & Plan For Single Family Units As Berkshire Place Subdivision Being Vacant Land Located Near The Northeast Corner Of Randall Road And Indian Trail Road In The City Of Aurora, Illinois.

(133 Single Family Units – Age Targeted)

A Resolution Authorizing $147,267 Of Community Development Block Grant (Cbdg) Funding For The 2007 Sidewalk Installation Project

(Penn. Avenue Sidewalk From Old Indian Trail To South Of Florida)

A Resolution Authorizing The Replacement Of The Stairway At North Stolp Avenue In The Amount Not To Exceed $110,000.00

Off Of New York To Riverwalk.

Cow07.09 – Resolution Adopting The Revised Fox Walk/Master Plan As Attachment “H” To The Foxwalk Overlay District Intent, Rules And Regulations

(Riverwalk)

Cow07.10 Resolution Adopting River Edge Park Master Plan And Approving A Phase One Permitting And Construction Schedule

Recommended Changes To The City Of Aurora’s Preservation Ordinance, Chapter 37.

Traffic Study Request – Placing A Blind Person Warning Sign In The Area Of 1230 Highland Avenue, No Stop Light To Cross The Street And Pace Bus Only Runs On The Opposite Direction

Penny Donaldson.

Sponsored Placement Of An Expanded Guardrail Along Indian Trail Road Across From Mercy Lane.

Traffic Study Request

75 Ft On River Street, North Of West Park Avenue Be Posted “No Parking From 4:00 P.M. To 8:00 A.M.” While Court Is In Session, Due To Parking Constraints. The Remainder Of The Street (North) Would Be Posted “No Parking Anytime” – Officer Lorena Hernandez.

Traffic Study Request

Handicap Sign For 761 Orchard Avenue, This Is Dead End Street Numerous Semi Truck Traffic Because Of The Businesses On This Street. Would Also Like 25 Mph Speed Limit Sign After Illinois Avenue Once The Signs Start Going Up In The City – Rachel Echevarria – This Is Amended To Read Handicap Child Warning Sign

Traffic Study Request

Requesting Signage For N River Street Between Sullivan Road And The Dead End. The Pallet Company Trucks Are Starting To Tear Up N River Street. Need A Weight Limit Sign Or No Truck Traffic Sign For This Area – Maureen Cansino.

A Resolution To Award The 2006 Ward 6 Improvements Project To D’land Construction, 600 County Line Road, Bensenville, Illinois 60106 In The Amount Of $85,584.75

  1. North Park Driveway Approaches And Curbs
  2. Sidewalks
    1. May Street (West Side Of Street) With F.V.P.D.
    2. Sullivan Road With Kane County At Swc Of Sullivan And Highland Avenue.

Traffic Study Request – Requesting 3 Way Stop Sign Study At The Intersection Of River Street And West Park Avenue

Alderman Saville.

A Resolution Proposing The Establishment Of A Special Service Area Number 134 (Tanner Historic District Lighting Improvements) In The City Of Aurora And Setting A Public Hearing And Other Procedures In Connection Therewith.

(Co-Sponsored With 2nd Ward Alderman Juany Garza)

A Request For “Do Not Litter” Sign (with the fee on the sign too) In The Area Of Wilder Street And Lawndale Avenue, (attached to poles that are existing)

There Are Fast Food Places Off Of Lake Street – Wayne Camper – 714 Wilder.

A Proposal For Aurora’s New River Edge Park Located Across From The Roundhouse West Of Broadway.

(Serving As A Member On The Riverview Park Committee)

Sponsorship Of The Exhibition Dinosaurios Argentinos – Giants Of Patagonia At Scitech Hands On Museum.

(Donated Free Tickets To School Children In Ward To Attend Exhibit) (Aurora Christian-450, Hill-471, Hope D Wall-190, Mccleery/Partnership-520, Montessori-120, Smith-575 And St. Rita’s-300)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensive Rezoning The South East Quadrant Of The 4th Ward (Around Sard Avenue And Oliver Avenue) From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(The City of Aurora – AU28/3-05.217-Rz – CB/PH) (6TH Ward Alderman Sponsored The Downzoning)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property From B-2 General Retail To R-2 (S) One Family Dwelling Special Use Planned Development, And Approving A Plan Description For 35 Acres Located Near The Northeast Corner Of Randall Road And Indian Trail.

(Age-Targeted 55 Years – With Cc & R’s) (Kensington Homes & Devonshire-Developer)

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of Surplus Public Real Estate Commonly Known As 628 Wilder Street.

(Bernardo Ramirez – $1.00) (The Former Kiro Property)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 843 And 845 North Highland Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

($89,000)

Sponsored The Demolition Of Property Known As 843 And 845 North Highland Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

A Resolution To Award The Palace Street Historic Monuments Project To M.I.C. Inc 1344 Hollister Drive, Batavia, Illinois 60510 In The Amount Of $33,454.00.

An Ordinance Approving Revisions To Aurora’s Comprehensive Plan For Property Located Generally Adjacent To The Fox River From Sullivan Road On The North And Ashland Avenue On The South And Approving The Supporting Riverfront Vision Plan.

An Ordinance Approving Revisions To Aurora’s Comprehensive Plan For Property Located Generally Adjacent To The Fox River From Illinois On The North And North Avenue On The South And Approving The Supporting Seize The Future Downtown Master Plan.

A Resolution Authorizing The City Of Aurora To Apply For Grants For Assistance In The Completion Of The Fox River Trail In Aurora.

A Resolution Authorizing An Agreement Between The City Of Aurora And Kane, Mckenna And Associates Inc. For Consulting Services Related To A Proposed Huntington Park Tax Increment Financing District.

(6th Ward Paying 1/3 Between $53,000 / $67,500)

Street Lighting Request – Requesting Additional Streetlights For The Area Of 1251 Post Road

Alderman Saville And Jason & Nicole Schindlebeck, 1251 Post Road, Aurora, Il  60506.

Installed Catch Basin And Lateral Line To Correct A Drainage Problem At 571 Lakelawn Blvd

Gerald & Sandra Pannell.

Sponsored Arrow Wood Park Family Fest 2005 Saturday, July 23, 2005.

(F. V. P. D. Showmobile – $300.00 Grant By 6th Ward Committee)

A Resolution To Award The Area 3b West Park Sanitary And Storm Sewer Improvements Project.

(Swallow Construction – $3,743,193.50) (Near West Area)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 329 Plum Street

(Seller, Tabar Investment Llc P O Box 5031 – $130,000.00)

City Of Aurora Demolished A Single Family Residence At 329 Plum Street To Help Reduce The Density In The Neighborhood And To Help Cut Down On Crime, Gang And Drug Activity In The 300 Block Of Plum Street.

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement Concerning The Sale Of 329 Plum Street (Del Toro 502 Palace Street)

($28,000 Density Reduction Grant – Bought Property From City $1.00)

R05-55 – A Resolution Adopting A Policy Regarding The Use And Administration Of The City Of Aurora Density Reduction Program.

(Established Policy Guidelines For Aldermen)

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Robert H. Anderson & Associates, Inc. For Construction Engineering Services For The North Avenue Dam Removal Project.

($58,000.00) – For the dam demolition.

A Resolution Accepting The Proposal Of Lakes & Rivers, Inc For The North Avenue Dam Removal Project In The Amount $421,500.25.

 Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Robert H Anderson & Associates, Inc For Engineering Services For The North Avenue Dam Removal Project In An Amount Not To Exceed $60,291.00.

A Resolution Authorizing Density Reduction Assistance For Demolition Expenses At 903 N Lake Street

(Nath Illinois Property Company, Llc, Applicant, Building Behind Burger King – $28,000)

A Resolution Initiating A Public Hearing To Consider The Revisions To Aurora’s Zoning Ordinance 3100 To Sections: 11.1-9.3; 11.5-7.5; 11.6-9.3; 11.7-9.3 And 14.2 Concerning Residential Lot Coverage

(not more than 40% of the area of zoning lot may be occupied by buildings, a structure includes accessories buildings, 2 permit an increase in the maximum lot coverage to allow for two car garage and driveway limiting garages and its height)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, “Building And Building Regulations” Of The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Paving In Yard, Accessories, Structures, Drainage, Permits For Fences And Paving)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, “Building And Building Regulations” Of The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Landlord Tenant Leases And Providing Tenant To Landlords And Their Guests And Penalty Sections (Landlord Friendly) – Lease Addendum

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensive Rezoning Certain Properties Between Lawndale Avenue And Williams Street From R-4a Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(On North Lake Street – Downzoning)

An Ordinance Establishing A Temporary Moratorium On The Development Of Banks And Financial Institutions, Automotive Service Stations And Automobile Laundry Facilities In The City Of Aurora, As Amended

(At Intersections)

A Resolution To Extend The Public Storm Sewer In Front Of 901 Upper Brandon Drive

Jorge S Echeverria.

A Resolution Authorizing Expenditure Of B.G.I. Funds For The Installation Of A Storm Sewer/Sump Pump Collection Line In The 500 Block Of North Park Avenue.

(549-Pablo & Flores Herrera, 553-Francisco & Barbie Balli, 559-Margarita Rodriguez, 563-Dennis Langon & Minh Nguyen and 569-Felix Flores)

Northwest Territories Neighborhood Clean Up Saturday, June 18, 2005 Rain Or Shine.

(Including Other Dates – August 8th, Sept. 10th, Sept. 24th And October 8th.) (6th Ward Allocated $20,000 For Ward Clean Up For Next 2 Years)

Approved Street Light Request For Morton Avenue Between Richard & Roberts Will Be A 150w-Hps Street Light Fixture Mounted On An 8’ Bracket Installed By Comed On An Existing Utility Pole Between 905 & 917 Morton.

(Northwest Neighbors Territories Organization)

Approved Street Light Request For Taylor Between Roberts & New Haven

Two Will Be Installed On Concrete Street Light Poles By A Contractor Sometime This Year. Comed Will Not Be Installing, The City Will Be Installing These Light. There Are No Existing Utility Poles To Attach Street Lights.

(Northwest Neighbors Territories Organization)

Approved Street Light Request For Sullivan Road Between Lake Street And The Railroad Tracks

Neighbors In The Area Suggested After A Neighborhood Meeting.

Approved Request For Speed Limit Signs For The 700 Block Of Foran Lane.

Vehicles Travel At High Rate Of Speed In This Area – Katie Townsend – 745 Foran Lane.

Approved Request For “Blind Child” Sign At Beau Ridge Court-Beverly Woodworth-722 Beau Ridge Ct.

A Donation Of $5,000.00 From Ward 6 Budget To Carpenter’s Place – Aurora To Benefit Productive Individuals And Families.

A Donation Of $10,000.00 From Ward 6 Budget To Scitech For Dinosaur Exhibit

(A Resolution Authorizing A Grant To Scitech For The “Sue” Exhibit)

A Donation Of $2,000.00 From Ward 6 Budget To Citizens Neighborhood Improvements For Senior And Handicap Services.

Approved Request For “Handicap Child” Signs (The Big Yellow Sign) To Be Placed At Each Corner Of Oak Avenue Between Plum Street And Illinois Avenue

Valeria Konrady, 607 Oak Avenue.

Organized Rsvp-River Shore Vision Plan Committee-Advocate River Green Space, Development & Quality Standards.

A Resolution Designating Gillette Avenue Between Florida Avenue And Illinois Avenue As Honorary “Prentiss Thompson Avenue”.

Approved Request For Crosswalks/Stripping For The Intersection Of Foran Lane And Old Indian Trail – Northwest Neighbors.

Approved Street Light For Foran Lane Between Old Indian Trail And Illinois Avenue – Alderman Saville Called This Directly To The Director Of The Street Department- 5 Lights To Be Installed.

Approved Street Light In Front Of The 700 And 800 Blocks Of Hammond Avenue Between Illinois Avenue And Florida Avenue – Rick Albright, Chester Shaw, Mabel Gordon And Tamara Crump.

A Resolution Authorizing A Grant To Citizens For Neighborhood Improvement – Helped Sponsor With Alderman

($12,500)

Citizens for Neighborhood Improvements has asked for financial assistance to help senior citizens/handicapped who are unable to maintain their property.

Approved Request For “Visually Impaired Child In Area” Sign For The Area Near 1490 Eastwood Drive – Rickey & Debra Terrell

A Resolution Awarding A Contract For The Area 3a West Illinois Avenue Sanitary And Storm Sewer Improvements Project In The Amount Of $1,821,358.00.

(Near West Area)

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associate, Inc For The Area 3a (West Illinois) Storm And Sanitary Sewer Improvements Design And Construction Engineering Services.

(Near West Neighbors Area) $218,000.

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. For The Area 3b (West Park) Storm And Sanitary Sewer Improvements Design And Construction Engineering Services.

(Near West Neighbors) $491,000

Proclamation For Anne Bernice Christmas Day, Sunday, July 25, 2004.

(100th Birthday) (Tamara Covington Is The Granddaughter To Anne Bernice Christmas)

Sponsored Handicap Ramp With The Help Of R. C. Wegman Construction For Marie Wilkinson, 648 North View Street (648 Marie Wilkinson Blvd)

Letter from Sheila Scott-Wilkinson for the beautiful ramp that has enhanced the quality of life for Marie Wilkinson.

Approved Request For Street Light For Sullivan Road Between Randall Road And Elmwood Drive

Nancy Brothers, 1420 Golden Oaks Parkway

Approved Request For Street Light For Oak Avenue Between Plum Street And Illinois Avenue

Sherry Towers, 625 Oak Avenue

Approved Request For Street Light For Penn Avenue Between West Park Avenue And Plum Street

Was Called In By Alderman Saville.

Approved Request For Street Light For Iowa Avenue From Illinois Avenue North To The Dead End

Was Called In By Alderman Saville.

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located The Nec Of Richard Street And Lancaster Avenue From R-3 One Family Dwelling To P-Park/Open Space

(Fox Valley Park District). (New Park)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 605 Howard Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

(Seller-Geraldine Posey, 709 N Edgelawn)

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of Real Estate Known As 605 Howard Avenue (South Half), Aurora, Illinois.

(Johnnie & Rebecca Armstrong, 913 Hoyt-$1.00)

Organized Meeting To Complete Fvpd Bike Path Between Gilmore Trail & North Ave. (Fvpd, Forest Preserve, Riverwalk Commission & R.H. Anderson & Associates) August 2004

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of Real Estate Known As 605 Howard Avenue (North Half), Aurora, Illinois.

(Ernesto G & Eva Duran, 607 Howard-$1.00)

National Night Out – America’s Night Out Against Crime, August 3, 2004 From 7:00 P.M. To 9:00 P.M. Blocked Off Commonwealth Avenue Between Golden Oaks Parkway And Colorado Avenue

(Allocated $100 From 6th Ward Committee Funds)

For residents in Arrowwood and surrounding older homes.

An Ordinance Approving Revisions To The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances Chapter 43 Subdivisions Article I, Section 43-8 Definitions By The City Of Aurora

(Dealing With Plat Act Splits, Limiting Plat Act Splits)

Limiting the ability to sub-divide a lot into two or more parts.

An Ordinance Approving A Text Amendment To The Aurora Zoning Ordinance To Change Section 7.1 (10.1) By The City Of Aurora (Kdwk – 04.179 – Sp)

(Sec. 7 – Special Uses) (Sec. 10.1 – Inter-Track Wagering Facility Location)

04-08-18: 1100 Penn Avenue – Bill Martner – Drainage Concerns At Corner – Alderman Saville

A Resolution Amending The Reconversion Incentive Program. (Increased Dollar Amount Per Unit, $28,000 To 30,000 1st Unit, $25,000 To 33,000 2nd Unit And $22,000 To 29,000 3rd Unit.)

Must show negative impact in neighborhood in its current state, be built as single family or duplex then divided. Restored to the original single family use.

Approve The Request For Handicap Parking Sign For 222 Williams Street.

Approve The Request For A Left Turn Restriction At Lake Street Going North And Turning Left Onto New York Street Pending The Final Approval By Idot Instead Of The Request For A Left Turn On Lake Street Going North And Turning Left Onto New York Street.

A Resolution Adopting A Water Conservation And Weatherization Expansion Program – Amount Not To Exceed $1500/2000 From The Cdbg Fund For Seniors And Income Qualified Residents.

“Community Contacts Inc. currently runs program in the city and provides grants and installs energy conservation measures to income qualified residents.”

A Resolution Awarding The Emergency Vehicle Pre-Emption Installation Project To Meade Electric Company, Inc. In The Amount Of $104,736.00.

(Sponsored The City Moving Forward For Pre-Emption Of Traffic Signal For Emergency Vehicles)

Approved Request For Curb Painting By Driveways On The 400 Block Of Oak Avenue On The East Side Of The Street Across From No Parking Signs. Parking Too Close To Driveways, There Has Been Accidents Because Of This – Amy Soprych.

(Across From Mutual Ground)

A Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program In The Amount Of $70,000.00 For 700 North View Street, Amjad & Tahir Ghafoor, Owners.

(Former West Side Fish Market) (Back to single family)

A Resolution Amending Benefits Under The Reconversion Incentive Program Guidelines For Fy2002 Participants Only.

“City deems it necessary to continue the incentive program and to assist those who participate in the reconversion incentive program in year 2002 and receiving an IRS 1099 form from the City this year”

A Resolution To Award The Foran Lane, Second Street, Laurel Drive, Greenfield Villages And Timber Lake Sewer Project.

(Sewer Repair)

Approved Request For No Parking Between The Hours Of 2:00 A.M. And 5:00 A.M. For Both Sides Of Sunset Avenue Between Wilder Street And Oak Avenue – Daniel Ewen- 235 Sunset Ave.

A Resolution Authorizing The Expenditures Of Funds For The Drainage Projects Fund For Improvements To Colorado Avenue From Palace Street To Highland Avenue.

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 13 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Cigarettes, Cigars And Tobacco” – Eliminate These Establishments Next To School.

“A license shall not be denied solely because of the license location if the subject location is within one hundred (100) feet of a school, child care facility, or other building used exclusively for education or recreational programs for person under the age of 18 years”

Removal Of The No Parking Signs On The South Side Of Plum Street Between Highland Avenue And May Street – Approved March 18, 2003.

An Ordinance Declaring Necessity For Transfer Of Real Estate By Kane County To The City Of Aurora (906 Hoyt Avenue) (John C (Buddy) Bauman Iii)

Fb02.68 – 10/23/02 – Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Palace Street Monuments Project. (Bids Rejected For The Next Four Years!)

Not in conformance with Engineer cost estimates

Sponsored Amendment To Include Two (2) Car Garages-For Example In Instances Where Joco And Other Agencies Are Involved To Rehab Older Homes In Older Neighborhoods.

R02.431 – 9/10/02 – Resolution Accepting The Bid Of Electrical Contractor, Inc., In The Amount Of $32,680.00 For The Purchase Of A Handicap Accessible Parking Booth For The Stolp Island Garage For Motor Vehicle Parking Systems.

R02.262 – 6/11/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 333 Plum Street.

R02.315 – 7/9/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Structure Located At 333 Plum Street (Thom Gravel & Excavating, Inc. $9,050.00)

R02.261 – 6/11/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 641 Gillette Avenue.

R02.311 – 7/9/02 – Resolution To Execute A Real Estate Contract On 641 Gillette Avenue In The Amount Of $5,425.50. Sold To The Fox Valley Park District.

R02.211 – R02.334 – 7/23/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Poles And Porcelain Panels From Bell & Gustus, Inc. And Pg Bell, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed $100,00.00 For The Living Museum Project For The Division Of Downtown Development – Riverwalk

R02.378 – 8/27/02 – Resolution Accepting The Dedication Of A Utility Easement Over A Portion Of Vacated Oak Avenue Right Of Way Located North Of The Intersection Of Oak Avenue And Sunset Avenue.

O02.064 – 6/11/02 – An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensively Rezoning Six Parcels On North River Street (Private Road), Just North Of Illinois Avenue, From M-1 Manufacturing – Limited To R-2 One Family Dwelling (River Street Downzoning)

O02.072 – 6/25/02 – An Ordinance Amending Division 4 Of Chapter 2 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Public Art Commission”.

Art projects/the total budget for the program shall not be less than $150,000.00 annually.

Pd02.215 – 12/17/02 – An Ordinance Vacating Easement At 1120 N Elmwood Drive In The City Of Aurora, Illinois. (Mr. Walter Hogan)

(Old Indian Trail Alignment & vacated)

R02.372 – 8/27/02 – Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program For 418 Palace Street In The Amount Of $42,000.00, Shawn Quinn, Owner.

R02.464 – 10/8/02 – Resolution Awarding The Colorado Water Main Replacement Project To R.A. Ubert Construction, Inc. In The Amount Of $359,984.70.

The Request To Extend The School Traffic 20 Mph Speed Limit Signs Up And Down Commonwealth Avenue. The School Is So Close To The Subdivision That People Are Not Seeing The 20 Mph Signage Until They Get Right Up To The School. It Should Be Extended North And South Of The School On Commonwealth (Make Sure Sign States While School Is In Session)

The Request For No Parking Signs To Be Installed For Foran Lane Between New Haven And Colorado On The West Side Of The Street.

Neighborhood Redevelopment – Reconversion Incentive Program For Mr. James Turner, 540 Wilder Street In The Amount Of $21,000.00

An Ordinance Amending Article Ii Of Chapter 2 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Administration” – System Of Telecommunications For Each Aldermen.

R00.583 – 12/26/00 – Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program For 719 Wilder, Rene Padilla, Owner.

R01.492 – 9/25/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Alicia And Paul Dicaro (616 North View).

R01.492 – 9/25/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Alfonso Grado And Magdalena Sosa (616 North View).

R00.237 – Blocked Off Oak North Of Sunset, Dismantled Dead-End Street And Install Curbing, Sidewalks, Two Driveways, Landscaping And Berm For The Two Adjoining Neighbors The Wegehaupt And Petersons.

R01.435 – 8/28/01 – A Supplemental Resolution For Change Order No. 1 A Contract With Utility Dynamics Corporation For The Palace Historic Street Lighting Installation

S.S.A. #63 Project – $60,550.25.

R01.358 – 7/17/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Lights, Poles And Foundation For The Ssa #67, Palace Historic Street Lighting Project From Graybar, Naperville, Illinois In The Amount Of $39,262.30.

R01.559 – 10/23/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Jesus And Maria Lopez (400 Block North May Street).

O01.111 – 10/9/01 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 23-11 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances And Section 43-56 Of The Aurora Subdivision Control Ordinance Relative To School/Park – Land/Cash Contribution Reimbursements.

“City Council has determined that changing conditions, including but not limited to family size and land value, warrant a revision to the School/Park – Land/Cash dedication requirements.”

R01.548 – 10/9/01 – Resolution Updating The Per Acre Cost Of Land And The Estimated Population Generation Table For School/Park Land/Cash Dedication

Review of vacant land values of unimproved land has increased from 1995 $42,500 to 2001 $58,081.

R01.524 – 10/9/01 – Resolution Amending The Health Insurance Plan Document Effective January 1, 2002 – Increase/Broadening Benefits.

Grant For At Risk Youth From Ward 4 And Ward 6 Committee – Freshman Academy West Aurora High School – $500 (David Zine)

(6th Ward Fund)

R01.407 – 8/14/01 – Resolution To Award Highland Avenue Watermain Replacement Project To Dan Stokes Landscaping And Excavating In The Amount Of $256,125.00.

Sponsored An Amendment To Increase The Swimming Stones 2001 From One (1) To Four (4) Located At Stolp Avenue And Benton Street, Downtown Aurora.

S.S.A. – Penn Avenue Improvement Old Indian Trail To New Indian Trail.

(Curbing) – New

R01.320 – 6/26/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Communities In Schools (400 Block Of May Street) To Build Single Family Residence.

Requesting The Section Of Colorado Avenue Between Elmwood Drive And Foran Lane, Sponsored That Says Colorado Avenue Not Roberts Street – Alderman Saville.

R01-040 – 1/30/01 – Resolution Concerning The Sale Of Surplus Municipal Property To John N. Walker (443-445 Plum Street) – Backyard.

Sponsored With The Fox Valley Park District The Installation Of Brand New Sidewalks In Greene Park Bound By The Streets Of Lancaster, Hoyt And Russell.

Sponsored Installation Of Street Lights Bounded By Greene Park Along Lancaster, Hoyt And Russell.

O02.30 – 4/9/02 – An Ordinance Establishing A Special Service Area (Ssa) For The Palace Historic District For The Installation Of Historic Street Light Improvements And Historic Monument Signs.

R02.001 – 1/8/02 – Resolution Regarding The Compostition Of The Aurora City Council And Authorizing Referendum To Be Placed On The Ballot For The March 19, 2002 General Primary – Expand 2 More Wards.

01-08-28: 735 Tinley Drive – Continous Ponding Along Curbline – Leland Hayward – Alderman Saville.

R00.095 – 3/14/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Located At 116-118 Cedar Street

$173,000.00.

R00.096 – 3/14/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure Owned By The City Of Aurora And Located At 116-118 Cedar, Awarded To Thom Gravel And Excavating In An Amount Not To Exceed $11,200.00.

R00.178 – 4/25/00 – Resolution Awarding Contract To Swallow Construction Corporation For The Riddle Highlands Sanitary And Storm Sewer Improvements Project In The Amount Of $1,759,418.00.00

R00.175 – 4/25/00 – Resolution Awarding Contract To Dan Stokes Landscaping & Excavating Co. For The Foran Lane Water Main Replacement From Illinois Avenue To Richard Street In The Amount Of $198,291.00.

R00.123 – 3/28/00 – Resolution Entering Into An Agreement With Rempe-Sharpe Consulting Engineers For Design And Construction Engineering Services For Special Service Area #66 Foran Lane Improvements, $47,600.00 For Engineering Design & $52,400.00 For Construction Engineering.

R00.317 – 07/11/00 – A Resolution Authorizing An Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City Of Aurora And Acca Regarding Sesquicentennial Park.

(Sponsored Conditions – Paramount & Sesquicentennial Park)

For expansion and improvement on Galena Blvd adjacent to ACCA’s Paramount Arts Center and across from North Island Center.

R00.323 – 7/18/00 – Resolution To Enter Into A Supplemental Agreement With Dan Stokes Excavating & Landscaping For Sewer And Water Service Installation On Foran Lane From New Haven To Old Indian Trail Not To Exceed $45,000.00.

R00.465 – 10/10/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Enter Into An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed $22,000.00 For Engineering Services For The Removal Of Sump Pump And Downspouts From The Sanitary Sewer System In The Riddle Highlands Subdivision.

Ordinance For The Establishment Of A Special Service Area Number O00.042 – 5/3/00 – 66a(Foran-New Haven); O00.043 – 5/3/00 – 66b(West Side Foran); O00.044 – 5/3/00 – 66c(North Foran Lane); O00.045 – 5/3/00 – 66d(N.E. Foran/Richards) Kane County, In The City Of Aurora Following Notice And Public Hearing In Connection Therewith.

R00.321 – 7/18/00 – Resolution Awarding Contract To Geneva Construction Company For Special Service Area No. 66 (Foran Lane) $1,048,086.70.

R00.276 – 6/27/00 – Resolution Appropriating An Additional $14,000.00 Of Mft Funds For The Traffic Signal Installation At U.S. Route 34 & Farnsworth Avenue.

O00.145 – 11/14/00 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 48, Article Ii Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Regarding Municipal Utility Service. Making Sure That New Home Buyers Are Responsible With The Sellers City Bills.

Under the Aurora City Code the city water account associated with property runs with the property and if an individual sells property but doesn’t pay outstanding balance the liability passes to new owner. This requires the seller of property to pay final water bill prior to City issuing transfer stamp.

O00.146 – 11/14/00 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 44, Article X Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Regarding Real Estate Transfer Tax. Making Sure That New Home Buyers Are Not Responsible With The Sellers City Bills.

Proposed ordinance require the city accounts associated with property be fully paid before transfer of property.

R00.236 – 5/23/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Traffic Engineer To Close, By Barricade, Oak Avenue Northerly Of Sunset Avenue.

(Into Northgate Shopping Center)

“This little used unofficial access to Northgate is invalid from both a health and safety traffic pattern standpoint and is neither a platted nor a designed entrance for Northgate.”

R00.496 – 10/24/00 – Resolution Changing Nantucket, Huntington And Coventry From Two-Way To One-Way.

R00.117 – 3/28/00 – Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program For 626-630 Wilder Street, Daniel Kiro, Owner.

($42,000)

O00.056 – 5/23/00 – An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensively Rezoning The Orchard Avenue From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-2 One Family Dwelling And Park/Open Space

(Downzoning).

O00.112 – 9/26/00 – An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensively Rezoning The Area On Highland Avenue Between New Haven And Florida From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(Downzoning).

O00.113 – 9/26/00 – An Ordinance Changing The Name Of A Portion Of Orchard Avenue To Lyon Court.

R00.557 – 12/12/00 – Resolution Approving And Accepting A Proposed Amendment To The Fox Walk Overlay Zoning District Intent, Rules And Regulations

(Riverwalk)

“Proposed modification to the Fox Walk Overlay District intent, rules and regulations will assist the City of Aurora in implementing its goals and objectives within this comprehensive plan.”

98-07-05a: Investigation For Illegal Downspout Hookups On Sunset In The 200 & 300 Blocks – Alderman Saville

(Sanitary Sewer Rehab. Project)

U-Haul On North Lake Street Installed New Landscaping In Parkway To Upgrade The Aesthetics.

New Fence Installed Around The Grocery Store On Backyards Of New Haven

Amended Membership Of Design Review Committee Will Include One (1) At-Large Member At All Times.

 R99.464 – 11/23/99 – Resolution Amending R93-427 Regarding The Foxwalk Overlay District Design Review Committee. Change The Resolution Establishing The Makeup Of The Drc To Eleven Members, At Least Three Can Be Design Professionals, Who Either Live Or Work In The City Of Aurora.  By Design Professionals, This Means Preferably Architects, But Also Possibly Landscape Architects, Or Even Contractors, Which Specialize In Restoring Old Buildings.

R99.517 – 12/14/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate 443-445 Plum Street

$89,900.00.

R99.543 – 12/28/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Single Family Structure Located At 443 Plum Street.

R99.544 – 12/28/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Two Family Structure Located At 445 Plum Street.

R99.516 – 12/14/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estated 331 Plum Street

$56,500.00.

R99.542 – 12/28/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Single Family Structure Located At 331 Plum Street.

R99.530 – 12/28/99 – Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With Save Outdoor Sculpture – Memory Sculptures On Newyork Street Bridge – Heritage Preservation And The City Of Aurora.

Save Outdoor Sculpture, Heritage Preservation awarded City of Aurora $20,000 matching grant for the Memory Sculpture on New York Street Bridge.

R99.342 – 8/10/99 – Resolution Approving The Allocation Of $17,500 To Hill School For Renovation Of Hill School Playground

Playground in need of repair, school raised a significant portion of the funds and the 6th ward committee recommended financial support ($17,500.00) for this project.

R99.229 – 6/8/99 – Resolution To Accept The Bid Of M.I.C. Inc. In The Amount Of $81,951 For The Pillar Reconstruction In The Riddle Highlands Historic District.

R99.211 – 6/1/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Enter Into An Agreement To Purchase Real Estate Located At 628 Wilder Street

$41,000.00.

R99.322 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Structure Owned By The City Of Aurora Located At 628 Wilder Street And Awarded To Dan Stokes Landscape And Excavating In The An Amount Not To Exceed $7,900.

R99.315 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. For Engineering Services For Sewer Separation In Riddle Highlands Area In An Amount Not To Exceed $226,000.

R99.312 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Approving The Allocation Of $17,133 To Todd School For Renovation Of Todd School Playground.

Playground in need of renovation, school raised a significant portion of the funds and the 6th ward committee recommended financial support ($17,133.00) for this project.

R99.284 – 7/13/99 – Resolution For Entering Into A Contract With Geneva Construction Company For 1999 Citywide Curb And Gutter, Drive Approach And Sidewalk Replacement Program New Haven (Ssa) Improvement, Iowa Avenue To View Street In The Amount Of $33,822.

R99.050 – 2/23/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement With Schoppe Design Associates For Rotary Plaza And Downtown Walkway

(Riverwalk)

R99.315 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Excution Of An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. For Engineering Services For Sewer Separation In Riddle Highlands Area In An Amount Not To Exceed $226,000.00.

R99.284 – 7/13/99 – Resolution For Entering Into A Contract With Geneva Construction Company For 1999 Citywide Curb And Gutter, Drive Approach And Sidewalk Replacement Program New Haven Improvement, Iowa Avenue To View Street In The Amount Of $33,822.00.

Huntington Drive Just West Of Coventry Place Will Be Closed Permanently.

Owner of Multi-Family Complex asked the City of Aurora to permanently close this street as it passes through the complex and the complex feel it would benefit itself as well as the family homes in the area.

Vacation Of Stub Streets: Calumet, Sirius, Fordham And Sheldon- North Of Colorado. (Property Owners: Calumet – David & Gyda Stoner & Ray Stoner, Sirius – Felpe & Carmen Rocha And Angel & Martha Perez. Fordham – Eugene Hamling And Rubin Hubbard. Sheldon – Gerardo Ruiz And Macedonia Temple).

Resolution For Awarding A Contract For 1998 Community Development Block Grant Sidewalk And Drive Approach Replacement Project – East Side Of Oak Street Between Illinois And West Park

$25,000.00.

Resolution For Awarding Contract To Dan Stokes Excavating & Landscaping Co. For The Illinois And View Storm Sewer Project

$1,180,258.30 – Storm Sewer Trunk Line

Ordinance Amending Chapter 13 Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The City Of Aurora Entitled “Cigarettes, Cigars And Tobacco”.

O98-02 January 13, 1998

Penalty-any person who violates this chapter upon conviction will be punished. License Cigarette/Tobacco dealer-no person shall cell tobacco products without a license issued by city treasurer. Sale to minors-no person shall sell/furnish tobacco products to minor under 18 years of age, not located near schools.

4-Way Stop Sign – Approved At Sunset And Oak – Riddle Highlands.

4-Way Stop Sign Approved At Elmwood And Eastwood – Golden Oaks Appealed

Successfully

Resolution Authorizing An Agreement With Robert H Anderson & Associates, Inc. For The Permitting Of The West Bank Of The West Channel For The Foxwalk – $71,100.00.

(Riverwalk)

Resolution Authorizing A Professional Services Agreement With Schoppe Design Associates For Design Services For The Permitting Of The West Bank Of The West Channel For The Foxwalk

$6,500.00. (Riverwalk)

Resolution For Authority To Make Payment For Windows Installed In Foxwalk Related Construction At The North Island Apartments

$26,072.67. (Riverwalk)

Amended New Waste Hauler/Recycle Contract To Include Household Batteries As A Recyclable Material.

(For Residents)

O98.94 – 10/25/98 – An Ordinance Amending Sections 5, 6 And 10, No. 3100 Aurora Zoning Ordinance Regarding Legal Non-Conforming Zoning Lots-Sponsored Change Amendment To Increase Percentage Of Required Buildable From 60% To 80% Adopted 10-25-98.

(Increased quality lot size standards)

Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement By And Among The City Of Aurora, Aurora Downtown And The Aurora Rotary Club – Rotary Club Amount $30,000 Share – Aurora Downtown Amount $21,000 Share Rotary Plaza.

(Riverwalk)

Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement With R H Anderson & Associates, Inc. For Rotary Plaza And Downtown Walkway.

(Riverwalk)

Request For The Posting Of “No Parking” Signs On The East Side Of Wilder Between Vine And Cedar.

Post “No Parking, Stopping, Standing” Signs On The West Side Of Penn North Of Illinois Adjacent To Hill School.

Traffic Study Request For The Intersection Of West New York Street And Oak Avenue To Consider Placing The Appropriate Signage Going Westbound On West New York Indicating The One-Way Turns Into A Two-Way.

Street Light Request For Additional Street Lights On Foran Lane Between Robert And Old Indian Trail.  Also, Take A Look At The Number Of Street Lights And Also To Increase Luminaires.

Ordinance Amending Sections 5, 6, & 10 Of Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance.

New section 6 nonconforming zoning lots, structures and uses. (New Quality Standards)

Resolution Endorsing The East Aurora School District 131 Referendum

Supported.

Co-Sponsored With Alderman Chuck Nelson – Green Park Neighborhood Association

(Had First Neighborhood Meeting June 1998) (Held Neighborhood Festival Sept. 1998).

Televisted Sanitary Sewer System In Riddle Highlands, Sunset & Wilder City Found Watermain In Middle And Had It Moved. Emergnecy Repairs To A 14-Inch Water Main And 24-Inch Sanitary Sewer Located At The Intersection Of Lawndale And Wilder Street.

Sponsored Illegal Downspouts Study With Storm/Sanitary Sewer In Riddle Highlands, To Be Completed December 1998. Recommended Approval Of A Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With Walter Deuchler & Associates – Amount $27,000.00.

Co-Sponsored 1999 Budget:

1) New Planner Who’s Responsibility Is Working On Down Zoning Citywide Only.

2) Inspectors For Inspections Department.

3) Allocated $50,000 For Consultant On Illegal Downspouts.

4) $50,000 Impact And Transition Fee Study.

5) Co-Sponsored Allocating An Additional $200,000 Density Reduction Citywide For A Total Of $400,000.00.

Co-Sponsored Historic Preservation Intern In City Budget For 1998.

Recommended Approval Of An Appeal Of The Denial Of A Request For Crossing Guard At Indian Trail And Elmwood For Smith School.

Drainage Improvements For California & Colorado Street

(Changing Backs On 18 Inlets And Adding 2 New Inlets).

Resolution Concerning Allocation Of The City’s Share Of The Riverboat Caming Admission Tax Receipts.

Letters To Residents Interested In Acquiring A Portion Of 407-411 North May Street – Sent By Scott Mccleary.

(Marvin & Debbie Cassel, 525 West Park; Ismael & Martha Bobadilla, 515 West Park; Jesse & Marie Vazquez, 517 West Park; Nicholas Weber, 449 Palace)

Sponsored Establishing Neighborhood Organization For Lancaster, Robert, Richard, Taylor And Foran Lane Organization.

(Greene Park Neighbors)

Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located At 407, 409, 411, 413 & 415 N May From R-4 Two Family Residential District To R-3 Single Family Residential District.

Resolution To Purchase 616 North View – 3 Units.

Resolution To Demo Property At 616 North View.

Sent request to City Clerk to see if resolutions for both purchase and demo are in their records.

Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located At 616 N View Street From R-4 Two Family Residential To R-3 Single Family Residential District.

O97-20 March 23, 1997

Resolution Concerning The Sale Of Surplus Municipal Property To Various Individuals (407-411 May Street)

(Nicholas Weber, Marvin And Debbie Cassel, Isamiel And Martha Bobadilla, Jesse And Maria Vazquez).

Resolution Accepting Proposal From David M Griffith & Associates Ltd. To Develop Alternative Revenue Sources – Impact Fees For New Development

Resolution For Awarding Contract For The Orchard Avenue And The Vine Street Ssa Improvements

$108,965.00. (New Street, Curb & Gutters) R97-349 September 9, 1997

Resolution For Entering Into An Agreement With Franklin G Defazio, P.C. Consulting Engineer For Professional Engineering Services For The Canoe Chute

$53,608.64.

Resolution For Awarding Contract Russell Avenue Reconstruction From New Haven Ssa North To Dead End, Alternate #1

$284,870.50. (Street, curb & gutter)

96/4/1: Russell Circle Water Main Extension – Jerome Kramer – 1058 Russell Circle.

Resolution For Awarding Contract For The Riddle Highlands Street Lighting Project

$212,706.00. R97-165 May 13, 1997 (Historic District Lights)

Ewq Committee Held A Meeting To Discuss The Turkey Creek Watershed For The Cameo Park Residents After The ’96 Flood-February 1997.

 Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, Article Vii, Section 47-68 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Regarding Trees, Shrubs And Weeds

(Increased Fines For Non Compliance)

Resolution For Awarding Contract For The Replacement Of Sanitary Sewers On Sunset Avenue

$49,695.00.

Ordinance Amending Sections 5.11-1, 12.4-4, 13.2-4.7, And 13.3-5.7 Of Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance, To Establish Requirements For The Screening Of Exterior Storage Areas & Sponsored Amendment To The Ordinance Regarding Sections.

Exterior yard of property along public right of way and storage 60 ft. or less from right of way. Exterior yard located across street from property zoned/developed residential/public park. Exterior yard located across from alley zoned/developed residential/public park.

Resolution Concerning Funding For Foxwalk Project.

Foxwalk project is currently being funded from a portion of riverboat gaming admission taxes received by the city, the alderman and city council are currently reviewing funding for the RIVERWALK.

Resolution Accepting Addendum Four To A Contract With Hitchcockk Design Group For Urban Desgin Services To Finalize The River Level Foxwalk Permit Application

(Riverwalk)

Resolution Accepting Addendum Six To A Contract With Robert H Anderson & Assoc For Engineering Services To Finalize The Riverwalk Permit Application.

Riverwalk Commission Sponsored Fundraiser And Ribbon Cutting For Tivoli Plaza

Resolution Authorizing A Change Order To The Parking Garage Construction Contract, For The Tivoli Plaza, Phase Ii.

Resolution Concerning Allocation Of The City’s Share Of The Riverboat Gaming Admission Tax Receipts.

Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate – 409-411 North May Street And 413-417 North May Street In The Amount Of $272,950.00.

Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure And The Performance Of Related Site Work For Property Owned By The City Of Aurora And Located At 407-411 North May Street

$15,000.00. (R96-326 August 1996)

Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure And The Performance Of Related Site Work For Property Owned By City Of Aurora And Located At 413-415 North May Street

$12,000.00. (R96-327 August 1996)

Resolution Proposing The Establishment Of A Special Service Area Number Thirty-Five (Riddle Highlands Historic District) To The City Of Aurora And Providing For A Public Hearing And Other Procedures In Connection Therewith.

(Historic Street Lights)

Of 120 owners 63 were in favor, 22 opposed and 35 owners no response. The SSA is for a period of 15 years with a 60/40 split with the owners paying 40 percent.

Resolution For Awarding Contract For Roadway Lighting Improvements For Lake Street (Illinois Route 31 Between Sullivan & Illinois Avenue).

Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Traffic Signal Installation At Nantucket And Indian Trail Intersection.

Resolution To Award Contract To Vigil Cook & Son For Traffic Signal Installation At Indian Trail And Nantucket – Amount $52,369.34.

Recommendation To Do A Gradeall In The Ditch-Line Of The 1200 And 1300 Blocks Of Randall Road And Investigate Walgreens Drainage.

Recommendation To Install Storm Sewer On 700 Block Of Richard Street.

Recommendation For Advertise For Bids For The Sunset Avenue Sanitary Sewer Replacement Oak To Palace Project.

Amended Boca Property Maintenance Code Re: Dead And Dying Trees.

For all properties except those single family the tree shall be removed at least one foot below grade with black dirt and seeding required up to grade level.

Projected Water Main Replacement For Manor Between Oak And Highland – Harry Linden & Sons

$132,817.00.

Contract Addendum No. 2 Agreement Between The City Of Aurora And Robert H Anderson & Associates, Inc. Dated September 21, 1993. Created To Provide Professional Engineering Service For Preliminary Conceptual Engineering And Application For And Receipt Of Permits To The Subsequent Construction Of The River Level Of The Aurora Foxwalk Project – Not To Exceed $15,000.00 For All Three (3) Steps

(Riverwalk)

Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Colorado Water Main Replacement Randall To Elmwood.

Supported Budget Request For Usnscc (Navy League) Aurora, Illinois

$6,500.00.

Supported Budget Request For Summer Youth Program At Hill School

$17,000.00.

Sponsored Gun Buy Back Program Second Year

$15,000.00. (Not Implemented)

Co-Sponsored With Police Department The Creation Of Near West Neighbors.

Fans, Exhaust, Ventilation – Sponsored Amendment – To Provide Exhaust For Kitchens Where There Is No Ventilation.

Provision requiring kitchen exhaust system for apartment construction where no direct openable windows are present.

Resolution Approving Condition Added With “Fha Guidelines”. Condition 1: That The Rental Of Any Of The Townhome Units Be Handled Through The Homeowners Association Of Their Designated Representative (Realtor). Condition 2: That Homeowner Occupancy Be Maintained At A Level Consistent With The Federal Housing Administration Approved Guidelines, To Ensure That The Secondary Mortgage Market Will Always Be Available To The Development.

Supported – Resolution Authorizing Execution Of An Agreement With Mutual Ground, Inc., For A New Facility On The Mercy Center Hospital Campus, $75,000.00 – 1st Of 3 Years.

R94-366 September 20, 1994

A Resolution Awarding Contract To Geneva Construction Company In The Amount Of $343,965.45 For Traffic Signal Installation At Indian Trail And Church To Be Done Now And At Indian Trail And Highland In The Spring – + Info.

R94-374 September 20, 1994

404 Manor Place – Drainage Problems At Intersection Of Manor And Iowa – Catch Basin Is To High For Street – Al Theis – 897-5394 – Alderman Saville.

Resolution For Accepting Proposal For Design And Construction Engineering For The Promenade $9,200.00.

R94-174 (Riverwalk)

Hutter & Trankina Engineering Co submitted proposal for $7,700.00 for design engineering and $1,500.00 for construction engineering.

Resolution Accepting Addendum One To The Contract With Robert H. Anderson & Associates For Engineering Service And Addenda One And Two To A Contract With Hitchcock Design Group For Urban Design/Management Services

R94-350 September 6, 1994 – (Riverwalk)

94-08-04: Sewage In Basement – 212 Plum Street – Tom Otte – Alderman Saville – Ward 6 – Televised And Repaired.

94-09-01: 950 N Elmwood – Drainage Problem Caused By Detention Area That Is Being Built Behind This Property – Al Oestreicher – Alderman Saville.

(Address for Mr. Oestreicher is 950 N Elmwood Drive, family home)

Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Division 5 Entitled “Riverwalk Commission”, Of The Code Of Ordinance Of The City Of Aurora.

O94-46 May 17, 1994

Supported Reconversion Incentive Program. Density Reduction.

Adopted R94-50 2/15/94 – Amending R94-509 12/20/94

Eligible properties must be located within the city’s target areas; originally built as single family or duplex (but later divided into more) and restored to originally use with quality plans.

Resolution Authorizing A Gun Buy Back Program $15,000.00 – 256 Guns Turned In, Plus Ammunition Destroyed

R94-212 – 5/17/94.

Resolution For Water Main Replacement – Lakelawn Between Lake And Highland

R94-440 – 11/8/94 – $206,284.00 – To Harry Linden & Sons.

Supported Increase Of Density Reduction Allocation From $500,000.00 To $1 Million For Fiscal 1994.

Graphics – Riverwalk & Hollywood Casino – To Create Downtown Brochure, Downtown Painting & Downtown Over-Look To: Hang On Wall Inside Of Casino.

Supported Wayside Mission’s Attempt To Purchase Knights Of Columbus And Expand Their Program For Women And Children

(City Council Approved, Alderman – Veto)

Resolution Approving And Accepting A Contract Between The City Of Aurora And Hitchcock Design Group For River Level Foxwalk Design

R93-337 – 9/21/93 – $26,900.00. (Riverwalk)

Resolution Approving And Accepting A Contract Between The City Of Aurora And Robert H. Anderson & Associates For The River Level Foxwalk Engineering

R93-338 – 9/21/93 – $105,370.00. (Riverwalk)

Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement To Purchase Fountain From Hall Fountains, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida In The Amount Not To Exceed $8,000.00

R93-340 – 9/21/93.

Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With W.E. Mundy Landscaping For Foxwalk Improvements At Pinney Street In An Amount Not To Exceed $30,000.00

R93-341 – 9/21/93.

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Water Main Replacement And Looping Project To Harry Linden & Son, 307 Woolworth, Yorkville, Illinois, In The Amount Of $139,916.50

R93-343 – 9/21/93 –

Northpark Avenue – From Highland To Lake – Water Main Project.

Resolution Approving And Accepting The Request For Proposals For Engineering Of The River Level Foxwalk.

R93-76 March 2, 1993 (Riverwalk)

Resolution Concerning Allocation Of City’s Share Of Riverboat Caming Admission Tax Receipts.

R93-75 March 2, 1993

City’s share of Riverboat Gaming Admission tax receipts were allocated as follows: ACCA 30%; RIVERWALK Commission 30%; AACTC 10%; Public Arts Commission 10%; Museums 10%; Downtown Special Events 10%

Re: Sb 85-Supported & Urged The State Of Illinois To Deny The Elimination Of Home Rule Authority On Pesticides – Letter From Joanne R. Mac Donald 4/10/93

State Elminated Home Rule City Authority.

A Resolution For Addendum Number 1 To Bishop Park/Heritage Sanitary Sewer Agreement. Agreement With Walter Deucler & Associates, Inc. – Construction Guidance And Increase Not To Exceed Amount Of The Agreement From $61,000 To $130,000.00.

R93-115 April 6, 1993

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In The Bishop Park/North Lake Manor Areas And Heritage Subdivision Project

R93-178 – 5/18/93 – $857,478.00.

Resolution Accepting A Permanent Drainage Easement From Lawrence And Candace Ross – Golden Oaks.

R93-198 June 1, 1993 1186 Red Oak Trail

Resolution Accepting A Permanent Drainage Easement From Richard And Carla Bates – Golden Oaks.

R93-199 June 1, 1993 1182 Red Oak Trail

A Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure Located At 742 North View Street Aurora, Illinois

R93-175 – 5/18/93 – $6,500.00. (Fire damaged house)

Installation Of No Parking Signs On The West Side Of The 600 Block Of North Lancaster

Barber Green Park.

Recommendation For Approval Of 1993 Storm Water Drainage Improvement Project – 1) Morton – Frost Electric Co. Inc. – 2) Russell – From Old Indian On The Westerly Side Of The Railroad Tracks

Mr & Mrs Brown – 1061 Russell Avenue – 8/4/93.

Re: Huntington Lift Station: Elimination Of Huntington Lift Station – As Per The Agreement With The City Of Aurora And The Developer For Golden Oaks Subdivision – When Unit 4 Of Golden Oaks Subdivision Was Developed Huntington Lift Station Would Be Eliminated And A Gravity Fed System Would Take Over. As Of August 13, 1993, This Was Accomplished. The City Crews Completed The Removal And Restoration On August 23, 1993 – Memo – Steve Meyer – August 23, 1993.

Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With Geneva Construciton Company For Foxwalk Improvements At Pinney Street – Not To Exceed $20,000.00 Which Includes Earth Excavation, Topsoil, Sod, Pcc Sidewalk And Bituminous Walkway.

R93-336 September 14, 1993 (Riverwalk Design)

Ordinance Amending Section R-115 And Adding Section R210.1, With Regard To Standards For Detached Garages And Carports, To The Aurora Building Code, Being Article Ii Of Chapter 12 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances.

O93-88 October 5, 1993 (No new carports)

To establish requirements for principal and other doorways of detached garages to have closing doors to help protect the public safety and general welfare.

Resolution Authorizing Purchase Of Historic Street Light Poles For The Central Business District From Englewood Electrical Supple Company.  R93-195 June 1, 1993

(Riverwalk Design)

Provide aesthetic appearance in the city’s business district to promote positive image for the city and potential investors.

Resolution Approving And Accepting A Cost Sharing Arrangement Between The City Of Aurora And Hollywood Casino Aurora, Inc., For River Level Foxwalk Engineering

R93-398 – 11/2/93 – $35,123.00

Resolution Establishing Foxwalk Overlay District

R93-426 – 11/23/93.

Ordinance Foxwalk Overlay Districts – 093-99 – 11/23/93.

To guide development and river walk. (Riverwalk Design Standards for Downtown)

Resolution Establishing The Foxwalk Overlay District Design Review Committee

R93-427 – 11/23/93. (Riverwalk)

Committee will be made up of 11 persons and shall be owners of property within the Foxwalk district, businesses within the Foxwalk district and be executive/managerial employees of businesses within the Foxwalk district.

Ewq 93-07-06: Mr & Mrs Brown – 1061 North Russell Avenue – Flooding Between Their Rear Property Line And The Railroad Tracks – Alderman Saville – 11/18/93.

Supported And Helped Prepare – Downtown Call To Action – Document And Recommendations

For Development

Kccdap – Sponsored 3rd Year Funding – A Resolution Authorizing The City Of Aurora To Enter Into An Agreement With The County Of Kane For The Foxwalk Pursuant To The City’s Application For A Kane County Community Development Assistance Program (Kccdap) Grant.

Foxwalk Focus – Contract With Mcelroy & Associates

Kay Severinson. (Riverwalk Newsletter)

Supported Resolution For Construction Of Boardwalk For Ssa #15 – Pinney Street

$110,850.00 With The Wrap Around Of Boardwalk.

Sponsored Conditions Of The Greater Midwest Development Corporation/Indian Trail Estates – Jim Oehlberg

(North Cameo Park).

Resolution For Entering Into An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler And The City Of Aurora For Design Engineering Services For The Storm Sewer Tributary Lines In The Bishop Park/North Lake Manor Area In An Amount Not To Exceed

R92-247 $61,000.00

Co-Sponsored – A Resolution Concerning Mosquito Abatement Policy Goals – R92-118.

For the City to have the most successful and cost effective mosquito management plan while maintaining environmentally-safe standards.

Sponsored Flood Improvements At 1141 California Avenue (And Commonwealth) – Meg Safarik – Drainage And Sump Problems – New Construction

April And May 1992.

Resolution Approving And Accepting The Foxwalk West Bank Plan – R92.254 – 6/16/92.

Initial development of a RIVERWALK for advancement of economic development, promotion of recreational and leisure activities, beautification and pedestrian movement.

A Resolution For Entering Into An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler & Associates, Inc. For Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Desgin Engineering – R92-247 – 6/16/92. In The Amount Not To Exceed $61,000 – For Bishop Park Subdivision, North Lake Manor/Old Indian Trail Subdivision And Heritage Subdivision.

An Ordinance Amending Section 14 Of Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance – Overlay Districts – Enabling Ordinance – 092.52 – 7/21/92.

The establishment of certain zoning protection, including development standards and design guidelines, over a specific area within the City’s jurisdiction, based upon a City approved design, with certain goals and objectives for the overlay district. – For Downtown.

An Ordinance Amending Sections 12.10 3d, 12.11 Ce, 13.2-4.1 And 13.3-5.1 Of Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance As To Noise Standards – 092-69 – 9/1/92.

Amend noise standards equal to those most-recently adopted by the State of Illinois.

A Resolution Approving And Accepting The Foxwalk District Design Guidelines Produced By The Architectural Firm Of Perkins & Will Annd The Engineering Firm Of Grove & Associates For The Aurora Foxwalk

R92-390 – 10/6/92. (Riverwalk)

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Bishop Park/North Lake Manor/Old Indian Trail Storm Sewer Tributaries – Contracted To J. Congdon Sewer Services, Inc. 750 Racquet Club Drive, Addison, Illinois In The Amount Of $1,217,459.05 – 492-385 – 10/6/92

To Be Completed In 1993.

Storm Sewer Old Indian Trail – Nantucket To Highland

(Included In The Above Resolution R92-385)

A Resolution Accepting And Approving The Yas/Fischel Conceptual Master Plan For The South Point Of Stolp Island – R-92-477 – 11/17/92.

(Riverwalk)

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Russell Avenue Storm Sewer Project – Contracted To Harry Linden & Sons In The Amount Of $138,777.35 – R92-496 – 12/1/92.

Resolution Approving And Accepting The Downtown Street And Sidewalk Comprehensive Plan – R92-504 – 12/1/92

(Riverwalk) Design of streetscape.

Sponsored Ordinance For May Park Neighborhood Down Zoning.

(From Multi Family to Single Family Zoning)

Sponsored Resolution Approving An Amendment To The Downtown Preservation Loan Program Guidelines To Require Compliance To The Sign Ordinance.

R91-129 April 16, 1991

Removal of billboards and non-conforming signage to be eligible of the improvement expense. Repair of any portion of the building damaged by the removal of a non-conforming sign or billboard (the removal cost of billboards owned by sign companies IS NOT an eligible work item.) The recipient must agree to remove any billboards attached to or located on property and bring all signage in compliance with the sign ordinance requirements.

Sponsored Resolution Approving Land Use Change In The New Haven Industrial Area – M-2 To Ori – As Part Of The Revision And Update Of The 1984 Comprehensive Plan For The City Of Aurora.

Sponsored Resolution Authorizing The City Of Aurora To Enter Into An Agreement With The County Of Kane For The Aurora Foxwalk Pursuant To The City’s Application For A Kane County Community Development Assistance Program (Kccdap) Grant – $50,000.00 Third Year Cycle Of $150,000.00.

(Riverwalk)

Sponsored Resolution To Initiate Public Hearing On An Anit-Monotony Code. R91-401 December 17, 1991

Newly-constructed single family detached home may not be located next to across the street from or cater-corner from another such residential structure which has the same front elevation facing the public street.

Nantucket/Old Indian Trail/Russell Sanitary Sewer Rehab – $100,000.00.

Foxwalk Presentation Package Development Agreement With Balcom-Vetillo & Dietiker, Inc.

(Riverwalk)

Water Main Rehab 300 To 500 Block Of Florida

$156,552.00.

Sanitary Sewer Rehab Beau Ridge

$310,000.00.

Held Public Hearing To Discuss The Creation Of Ssa For Bishop Park.

Moved For Denial. (Residents didn’t want it)

Held Public Hearing To Discuss The Creation Of Ssa For North Lake Manor/Old Indian Trail.

Moved For Denial. (Residents didn’t want it)

Supported Denial Of 805 West Old Indian Trail Rezoning – Frank Giampoli – R1 To R-4a

(City Council Approval)

Illinois/Foran Commercial Area Right-Of-Way – Improvements – Planting Of Trees In Parkway From Elmwood To Foran Lane.

Voted In Favor Of Animal Control Shelter.

(New location & construction)

Sponsored City Of Aurora Density Reduction/Reconversion Program To Be Implemented In 1992

(Betty Barr As Neighborhood Coordinator Helped Oversee The Beginning Of This Program)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, Article Iv, Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances, Being The Property Maintenance Code – 090-20-2-20-90. 301.12. – Dead And Dying Trees.

R90-193 May 15, 1990

This ordinance was to assist senior and handicapped citizens with removal of dead and/or dying trees. Assistance shall be in the form of grants not to exceed $500.00 or 50% of project.

Rubberized Railroad Crossing At Illinois Avenue.

Rubberized Railroad Crosing At New Indian Trail.

An Ordinance Repealing Section 20-19 Of Article I, Entitled “In General”, Of Chapter 20 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances And Adding Section 15-6 To Article I, Entitled “In General”, Of Chapter 15 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Regarding The Dumping And Filling Provisions.) O90-25 March 6, 1990 – (Alleviate flooding concerns)

Resolution – Consultant Engineering Deuchler For Bishop Park/Northlake Manor/Indian Trail Subdivisions

For trunk line.

A Storm Sewer Trunk Line For Northlake Manor And Bishop Park, $1,530,579.00.

Co-Sponsored Pesticide Ordinance, Right To Know. O90-59 June 5, 1990

This ordinance was to help keep records of outdoor applications for commercial and non-commercial property.

Foxwalk Logo, Brochure, Poster And Marketing Package – Riverwalk

Design Guidelines Completion – Riverwalk Concept

Yas/Fischel — South Stolp Island Contract – Riverwalk Concept

Riverwalk Commission Sponsored Rfq & Rfp To Select A Graphics Firm.

City Council Approved Of Contract With Balcom, Vetillo & Dietiker, Inc., To Be Riverwalk Graphics Firm.

Kccdap — $50,000.00 Grant For Foxwalk.

Master Permit For The Army Corp. Of Engineers, For Foxwalk.

Old Indian Trail/Russell, Sanitary Sewer Contract, Consulting Services With Deuchler Engineering.

Landscape Plan West Bank Of Foxwalk – Riverwalk Concept

Sci Tech Rental Of Old Post Office – Supported Move To Aurora

Resolution On Special Service Areas (Ssa’s) Requiring 50% City/50% Homeowner Sharing Of Cost On All Non-Target Areas Of City And A 25% Homeowner/35% Cdbg/40% City Share Of Cost In Target Areas.

Foxwalk Focus Newsletter Published – Riverwalk

Montessori School – Commonwealth – Drainage Improvement Storm Sewer – $49,378.00.

An Ordinance Requiring Paving Of Newly Constructed Driveways.

(O89-084 September 5, 1989 Ordinance amending and requiring paving of existing driveways when doing improvements)

Foran Lane Water Main.

Support Of Riddle Highlands As A Historic District.

Old Indian Trail Storm Sewer For $113,337.20 – Nantucket To Elmwood 1st Phase.

Beau Ridge Subdivision Sanitary Sewer.

Co-Sponsored Zoning Board Of Appeals Changes Of Structure — “Ordinance For Changes Of The Structure Of The Zoning Board Of Appeals”. O89-117 December 19, 1989

Zoning Board of Appeals meeting will be recorded and maintain on file at the City for period of seven years. Zoning Administrator responsibility be added to ordinance, maintain on file original mylars of site plans and meeting minutes and tapes of said meetings.

Final Concept Plan Foxwalk, Adopted By City Council.

R89-234 August 15, 1989

Rubberized Railroad Crossing At Sullivan.

Illinois/Foran Commercial Area Right-Of-Way Improvements — Tearing Out Asphalt And Putting In Topsoil And Grass – Parkway.

Plat Approval Procedure.

Sub-divider shall submit an engineering plan to the city engineer for approval. There are committees put in place to approve paperwork, contractors, costs…

An Ordinance Regarding Juice Bar.

Sec 8-1 Fees: In the case of amusement devices – application fee $25.00 amusement license $20.00 poolroom license $600.00 plus above fees per machine. Article VII Div. 1 General – Juice Bars, Dry Cabarets, teenage cabarets and other non-alcohol bars: penalties; hours of operation; Div. 2 License – no person shall keep said business without being licensed to do so.

Kccdap – $50,000.00 Grant For Foxwalk, Total $150,000.00, For Three (3) Years.

Lancaster Special Service Area – Between Illinois And Hoyt.

R89-283 September 19, 1989.

Curb placement on Lancaster from Hoyt to Illinois, part of a project awarded to Alliance Contractors for $37,299.10.

Co-Sponsored Mosquito Abatement – An Environmentally Sound And Integrated Management Policy To Begin In 1990.

(No more poison/toxins (Malathion) in environment)

Contract With Riverwalk Consultants – Perkins & Will With Groves & Associates For #1 Design Guidelines, #2 Overlay District, #3 Master Permit Engineering, And #4 West Bank Landscape Design And Bike Trail.

R89-331 October 17, 1989 – $96,400.00?

Created Aldermen’s Guide With Mary Fields, (Aldermen’s Confidential Secretary)

$32,000.00 Of Cdbg Grant For Foxwalk – Riverwalk Commission

Design Competition For Foxwalk, $30,000.00 – Riverwalk Commission

An Ordinance Elminating Transitional Uses Zoning.

Sections 11.2-1.6 and 11.5-1.3 are hereby deleted, businesses conducted in residential structures. Lot located 75 feet from adjourning business. Minimum lot area 6000 square feet for two family dwelling. Three & four family dwelling having side lots adjourning or facing a business or mfg. district or a railroad right of way width not less than 60 feet and area not less than 2000 sq. ft. per dwelling unit. (Reducing Density)

An Ordinance Amending Sections 43-11 And 43-12 Of Article I Of Chapter 43 With Respect To Requirements For Issuance Of Building And Occupancy Permits In The City Of Aurora

(Grading Ordinance)

An Ordinance Requiring Public Improvements For New Construction, 7/26/88, P & D.

No building permit for new construction will be issued on vacant lot unless the lot(s) comply with all requirements of Article V Chapter 43, improvements or securities equivalent to such improvements.

An Ordinance Requiring Three (3) Individually Accessible Parking Spaces For Duplexes. (Getting cars off the street)

An Ordinance Amending Section 42-51 Of Chapter 42 Relating To Repairs Of Sidewalks And Placement Of Liens Therefore.

Owner/occupant of any lot in city is notified by city engineer to raise, lower or repair any sidewalk in front of, adjacent to or upon any premises shall do the improvement within the time allotted by the city engineer. If any owner/occupant fails to make improvement city will repair and owner/occupant will pay the city the cost of repair.

A Resolution Appointed As Aurora Riverwalk Chairman.

Began Regular Riverwalk Commission Meetings. Appointed Members Of The Riverwalk Commission And Advisory Board.

Establish Preventive Maintenance Program For The Water & Sewer Department. August 1988 (Preventative Maintenance)

  1. Manhole Rehab
  2. Fire Hydrant Inspection
  3. Water Main Valve Exercising
  4. Systematic Sewer Cleaning – Sanitary Lines

Special Use In An R-1 District For Expansion Of Fox Valley Montessori School At 850 N Commonwealth (Sponsored Conditions). August 22, 1988.

Sponsored Conditions Of The National Metalwares Rezoning. (Protecting surrounding neighborhoods)

Support Of Cdbg Allocation For Near West Neighbors – Money For Flower Seeds, Planters, And “Bloom Where You’re Planted” Festival.

Riverwalk Commission Sponsored Rfq & Rfp For Design Competition To Select Firm For Riverwalk Concept.

Riverwalk Commission Contracted With R. Green & Associates And Perkins And Will With Groves & Associates Awarded — $5,000.00 Each As Part Of Riverwalk Design Competition.

Riverwalk Commission Chose Winner Of Design Competition Between R. Green & Associates Ad Perkins & Will With Groves & Associates ($20,000.00 To The Winners).

Sponsored Swale Along South Side Of New Indian Trail To Alleviate Back Yard Flooding Of Homes On Old Indian Trail – From – Indian Trail Court East To Sewer Inlet Near Apartments.

Ordinance Establishing The Aurora Riverwalk Commission.

Purpose: Build Riverwalk in Downtown. To cover both side of the Fox River in downtown Aurora with future expansion northward and southward. The Commission shall consist of 13 members, 9 general member, 1 Alderman, President of FVPD, The Alderman and Aurora Township Supervisor.

Foran Lane Storm Sewer For $86,750.50.

A Resolution Sponsoring The Elmwood Sanitary Sewer Replacement And Rehab.

Co-Sponsored The Oak Avenue/Lakelawn Storm Sewer For $234,357.50.

(Under Lake St to Fox River)

An Ordinance Required Improvements/Infrastructure 9/15/87.

For “Streets and Sidewalks” sec 42-40 required improvement-no building permit for new construction shall be issued unless lot or lots which building to be constructed complies with requirements Article V Chapter 43. For “Buildings” sec 12-2, subsec 112.1 building official examine all applications for permits and amendments within a reasonable time after filing.

An Ordinance Requiring Two (2) Individually Accessible Parking Spaces For Single Family Homes.

(Getting vehicles off the street)

A Requirement Of Paving Of Parking Areas And Parking Lots.

Shall be improved with a gravel base no less than four inches thick and surfaced with asphalt or concrete.

Sponsored Denial Of The Lake Street Business For New Parking On Orchard Avenue, Rezoning. (Appealed And Court Overturned City Denial)

O87-5695 August 4, 1987

Sponsored Denial Of White Hen Pantry Rezoning. O87-5691 July 21, 1987

Address: SEC Indian Trail & Randall Road – Denial of this rezoning is in accordance with the Comprehensive Place and will alleviate one of the concerns relative to drainage.

Taylor Avenue Water Main Project $78,000.00.

An Ordinance Requiring Procedures For Vacation Of Alleys.

Petition shall be filed with City Clerk to vacate alley within corporate city limits. Petitioner shall give notice to all property owners whose land abuts the alley, by certified mail that a petition to vacate is being sought.

A Resolution Regarding Legal Nonconforming Single Lots.

That does not meet the minimum lot width and area, may be utilized for a permitted use, provided that lot width and area are not less than 60% of the minimum required width and area. Residential zoning district & developed 1 family detached dwelling prior to adoption that is damaged or destroyed to extent of 50% in accordance with sec. 6.5 may be rebuilt.

Sponsored Amendments To The Sign Ordinance. (Quality Signage)

Initiated City Program For Curb Repairs In Cdbg Target Areas.

North Elmwood & Sullivan – Installed Culvert – 1491 North Elmwood – Martin Boggs.

An Ordinance After Demolition Requiring Topsoil And Seeding.

Property Maintenance code Chapter 23 – topsoil & seeding within 30 days of demo of newly created vacant lot and/or seasonable weather (4-15 thru 6-15/8-15 thru 10-15).

A Resolution Requiring Board Up Of Vacant Buildings.

In order to protect public health, safety and welfare—of boarding-up abandoned/vacant buildings.

An Ordinance Amending The Heat Requirement.

Unlawful for any two-family dwelling/apt house/lodging house/rooming/boarding house/or hotel which heat is furnished from 9-15 each year to 5-15 of succeeding year. Minimum temp. as follows: 8am to 10:30pm 68; 10:30pm to 6am 60; 7am to 8am 65.

Sponsored Amendments To The Church Zoning Ordinance.

Supported City Selling Former Incinerator To Hessed House.

**DONATION TO AGAPE CONNECTION (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO COLLIER COMMUNITY CENTER (AMOUNT $167)

**DONATION TO COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO LIVING DAYLIGHT ORGANIZATION (AMOUNT $1000)

**DONATION TO MARIE WILKINSON FOOD PANTRY (AMOUNT $3000)

**DONATION TO RANDALL WEST CONDO ASSOCIATION (AMOUNT $2000)

**DONATION TO UKULELE FESTIVAL (AMOUNT $15,000)

**DONATION TO WEST AURORA INCLUSICE PLAYGROUND PROJECT (AMOUNT $10,000)

**DONATION TO REBUILDING TOGETHER AURORA (AMOUNT $2000)

**CONTRIBUTION TO FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT FOR NEW PARK SHELTER TO BE INSTALLED AT PALACE PARK (AMOUNT APPROXIMATELY $22,744)

**INITIATED FIRST GARBAGE STICKER PROGRAM FOR WARD 6 (AMOUNT $3,000)

**CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TOWARD TAYLOR STREET DRIVEWAY APPROACHES (AMOUNT $46,000)

**CONTRIBUTED FUNDING TOWARD MORTON AVE AND NEW HAVEN CURBS AND GUTTERS (AMOUNT $37,000)

**DONATION TO LIVING DAYLIGHT ORGANIZATION (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO DIA DE LOS NINOS (AMOUNT $200)

**DONATION TO COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO SIMPLY DESTINEE (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT MEMORIAL BENCH FOR FRAN CAFFEE (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO AURORA HEALTH COALITION (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO DOWNTOWN AURORA MAGIC (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO COLLIER COMMUNITY CENTER (AMOUNT $800)

**DONATION TO EMMANUEL HOUSE (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY MONTESSORI (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO ROOTS AURORA (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO RESTORE FREEMAN MURALS (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY JUNETEETH (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO DIA DE LOS MUERTOS (AMOUNT $200)

**DONATION TO AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 4TH OF JULY (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO GAYLES BAPTIST (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY PARK DIST FOR FRAN CAFFEE BENCH (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO JESSE THE LAW BOXING (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO VETERANS ADVISORY COUNCIL (AMOUNT $100)

**DONATION TO WEDNESDAYS AT THE PLAZA (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO MUTUAL GROUND (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY JUNETEETH EVENT (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO IMSA (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO SUNDOWNERS (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO AURORA INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY OCTOBERFEAST (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO AURORA TOWNSHIP (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO HISPANIC PIONEER BREAKFAST SCHOLARSHIPS (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO FIRE MUSEUM (AMOUNT $350)

**DONATION TO UKULELE FESTIVAL (AMOUNT $15,000)

**DONATION TO ST. RITAS CHUCH (AMOUNT $215)

**DONATION TO FOX VALLEY ORCHESTRA (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO A+ FOUNDATION (AMOUNT $2,500)

**DONATION TO AURORA ROTARY FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO PREGNANCY INFORMATION CENTER (AMOUNT $200)

**DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING (AMOUNT $3,500)

**DONATION TO SIMPLY DESTINEE (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO LIGHT OF THE HEART (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO FIESTAS PATRIAS (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION FOR AURORA GREENFEST (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO AURORA ACTIONAIRES (AMOUNT $150)

**DONATION TO SCITECH (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO MARIE WILKINSON (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO GAYLES MEMORIAL CHUCH (AMOUNT $100)

**DONATION TO SENIOR SERVICES (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO VNA (AMOUNT $1,000)

**GRANT GIVEN FOR PARKWAY IMPROVEMENTS FOR 102 N LAKE STREET (CINCO DE MAYO BAKERY) (AMOUNT $2,447.50)

**DONATION GIVEN TO FOX VALLEY MINISTRIAL ALLIANCE (AMOUNT $800)

**DONATION TO QUAD COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE (AMOUNT $400)

** TRAFFIC STUDY FOR EASTWOOD DRIVE NEAR SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

** PARKING STUDY FOR N. GLADSTONE AVENUE

** PARKING STUDY NEAR 820 N. RUSSELL AVENUE

**DONATION TO WEST AURORA SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR HILL SCHOOL PLAYGROUND (AMOUNT $5,000)

**DONATION TO MARIE WILKINSON FOOD PANTRY – HOLIDAY FOOD

(AMOUNT $250)

**AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY 16TH ANNUAL KWANZAA CELEBRATION – FAMILY SPONSOR (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO SIMPLY DESTINEE STUDIO RENT (AMOUNT $2000)

**DONATION TO AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL GIVING FUND DRIVE FOR 2016 (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO PREGNANCY INFORMATION CENTER (AMOUNT $3,100)

**DONATION TO NEW MT CALVARY (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO ROOTS AURORA (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO -WEDNESDAYS AT THE PLAZA (AMOUNT $1,500)

**DONATION TO GAYLES MEMORIAL (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING (AMOUNT $1,500)

**DONATION TO AURORA HISTORICAL SOCIETY 4TH OF JULY EVENT (AMOUNT $750)

**DONATION TO JUNE TEENTH (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO HARRY POTTER FESTIVAL (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO CONTRIBUTION TO FOX VALLEY ORCHESTRA – BRONZE SPONSOR (AMOUNT $500)

**DONATION TO THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION – AURORA GREENFEST (AMOUNT $250)

**DONATION TO NEW COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH. (AMOUNT $1,000)

**DONATION TO AURORA SUNDOWNERS TRACK TEAM (AMOUNT $2,000)

**DONATION TO AA MEN OF UNITY BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT (AMOUNT $1,000)

APPROVAL OF PARKING STUDY FOR WILDER STREET IN THE 300 BLOCK. (AMENDED TO INSTALLING ON-STREET HANDICAP PARKING SPACE.)

**APPROVAL OF PARKING STUDY FOR WESTERN 300 BLOCK OF LAWNDALE AVENUE (INSTALLING PARKING RESTRICTIONS SIGNAGE & YELLOW CURBS)

** A PARKING STUDY FOR NANCY HILL SCHOOL ON IOWA STREET, ILLINOIS AVENUE, AND SURROUNDINGS.  WARD 6, ALDERMAN SAVILLE.

 

Ward 6 List of Street Resurfacing

View a comprehensive list of streets by year in Ward 6 that have been resurfaced while Alderman Saville has been in office.

Ward 6 Sanitary/Storm Sewer and Water Main Improvements

View a comprehensive list of sanitary/storm sewer and water main improvements that have been made while Alderman Saville has been in office.

Grant for “Wednesdays At The Plaza” – To Marissa Amoni

(Amount $1500.00)

Grant To Roosevelt-Aurora Post 84 The American Legion To Help Veteran Students During State Budget Impass

(Amount $500.00)

DONATION TO THE FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT POLICE SUMMER CAMP COOK OUT FRIDAY JUNE 24TH AT PRISCO COMMUNITY CENTER

(Amount $500.00)

SPONSORSHIP TO THE AURORA SUNDOWNERS TRACK CLUB (COACH WALTERS) FOR THE UPCOMING COMPETITION (JULY/AUGUST) IN HOUSTON TEXAS FOR THE NATIONAL JR. OLYMPICS

(Amount $2,000.00)

DONATION TO KIWANIS CLUB OF AURORA FOR PANCAKE BREAKFAST MARCH 19TH AT AURORA CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

(Amount $300.00)

DONATION TO REBUILDING TOGETHER AURORA

(AMOUNT $750.00)

DONATION TO THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION 7TH ANNUAL AURORA GREEN FEST SATURDAY JUNE 11 2016 AT PRISCO COMMUNITY CENTER

(AMOUNT $250.00)

DONATION TO FOX VALLEY ORCHESTRA EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH YOUTH PROGRAM JUNE 26, 2016 AT NORTH ISLAND CENTER

(AMOUNT $500)

DONATION TO AURORA ROTARY FOUNDATION 9TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

(AMOUNT $500)

SPONSORED NEW STORM SEWER INLET TO ALLEVIATE FLODING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF NEW HAVEN AND MORTON

(BGI Committee approved expenditure – Material costs not to exceed $5,000)

DONATION TO GAYLES BAPTIST CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR GRADUATING 2016 SENIORS

(AMOUNT $1000.00)

DONATION TO AURORA TOWNSHIP KANE COUNTY TRIAD SHRED EVENT

(AMOUNT $312.50)

DONATION TO HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOURTH OF JULY FAMILY EVENT

(AMOUNT $750.00)

DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING SUMMER CAMP

(AMOUNT $1000.00)

DONATION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN MEN OF UNITY BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT

(AMOUNT $1,000.00)

DONATION TO LIGHT OF THE HEART-ART JAM

(AMOUNT $250.00)

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF AURORA AND THE FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT REGARDING LAND CONVEYANCE OF CERTAIN PARCELS 16-00607

(BLACKHAWK PARK AND BISHOP PARK)

 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF THE WESTERLY 45.42 FEET OF CITY REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 333 WEST PARK AVENUE, AURORA, ILLINOIS 16-00617

(SOLD TO DANIEL C. FITZPATRICK)

 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE SALE THE EASTERLY FIVE OF CITY REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 333 WEST PARK AVENUE, AURORA, ILLINOIS 16-00617 TO OWNERS OF THE PROPERTY

(Sold to MR. & MRS. HOWARD at 329 West Park Avenene)

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF 844 NORTH HIGHLAND AVENUE, AURORA, ILLINOIS – CITY REAL ESTATE – TO THE MARIE WILKINSON FOOD PANTRY, INC. NFP F/K/A MARIE WILKINSON FOUNDATION 16-00618

(Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry)

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT TO PURCHASE REAL PROPERTY FOR SIX VACANT LOTS BOUNDED BY COLORADO, PALACE, AND MICHIGAN AVENUES 16-00630

(AMOUNT $93,297.00 – BISHOP PARK)

SPONSORSHIP OF HOLE AND DRINK CART FOR JOSEPH CORP. ANNUAL GOLF OUTING

(AMOUNT $350.00)

SPONSORSHIP FOR ANNUAL AURORA FIREFIGHTERS LOCAL 99 “IGNITING HOPE & SPARKING INSPIRATION” CHARITY GOLF OUTING OF TEE 2 GREEN

(AMOUNT $450.00)

DONATION TO ROOTS AURORA FESTIVE EVENT

(AMOUNT $500.00)

TWO-WAY STOP SIGN AT INTERSECTION OF WILDER STREET AND VINE STREET, WITH THE TWO STOP SIGNS PLACED ON VINE STREET APPROACHING WILDER STREET

(G. O. Committee approved)

DONATION TO INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY FOR PARKING LOT PROJECT

(AMOUNT $2500)

DONATION TO AT RISK MENTORING TO HELP COVER ADDITIONAL COST OF SUMMER CAMP

(AMOUNT $200)

HELD SHRED EVENT FOR WARD 6 IN CONJUNCTION WITH WARDS 4 AND 5 AT JEFFERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL

(MAY 21, 2016)

DEDICATED WILLIAM V PLUM PARK

(May 21, 2016)

HELD 6TH WARD JUNK AND TRASH PICK-UP AT MCCLEERY SCHOOL, SMITH SCHOOL AND RIVER ST PARKING LOT

(AUGUST 27, 2016  & September 17, 2016)

DONATION TO ST. RITA OF CASIA PARISH MARIACHI CONCERT

(AMOUNT $500)

DONATION TO MUTUAL GROUND 8TH ANNUAL WALK FOR HOPE

(AMOUNT $1000)

DONATION TO QUAD COUNTY URBAN LEAGUE HARVEST GALA

(AMOUNT $500)

DONATION TO SENIOR SERVICES PIE AUCTION

(AMOUNT $1000)

DONATION TO AURORA ACTIONAIRES FOR ANNUAL GALA FUNDRAISER

(AMOUNT $150)

 

 

 

 

Resolution – Demolition Of 844 N Highland Avenue June 2015.

Resolution – Demolition Of 333 West Park Avenue June 2015.

Resolution For Drainage Issue

New storm sewer inlet at the middle of the block at Arch Printing – BGI Committee approved expenditure

A Resolution Authorizing The Director Of Purchasing To Enter Into An Agreement With Wills Burke Kelsey Associates Ltd., 8 East Galena Boulevard, Suite 402, Aurora, Il 60506 For Construction Engineering Services In An Amount Not To Exceed Forty Three Thousand, Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars And No Cents

($43,750.00) (Michigan Avenue Water Main Replacement Project)

A Resolution Authorizing The Approval Of Bid Package 15-25 Plum Street Pocket Park In The Amount Not To Exceed $84,108.00 To The Lowest Bidder, Fuerte Systems Landscaping, Inc. Plainfield, Il For The 6th Ward/Alderman Saville.

(William V Plum Park)

Resolution For Drainage Issue

Corner Of New Haven And Morton – Material Costs Associated With Recommendation Not To Exceed $5,000.00 – Alderman Saville.

Parking Study For N Gladstone Avenue

(Amend To Install “No Parking This Side” East Of Gladstone From Monomoy North To Dead End.)

Parking Study For Oak Avenue In The 600 Block

(Amend To Installing 5ft Of Yellow Curb On Either Side Of The Double-Wide Apron)

Parking Study For Eastwood Drive In The 1300 Block

(Amend To Yellow Paint 5ft From Each Side Of The Driveways In This Area)

Traffic Study For Hammond Avenue Between Illinois Avenue And Florida Avenue

(Amend To Install Two Additional Speed Limit Signs)

Donation To Conservation Foundation For Aurora Green Fest At Prisco Community Center June 13, 2015

Free Family Evernt & Children’s Eco-Village & Community Trade Show – (Friend Amount $250.00)

Donation To Sci-Tech For The Outdoor Science Park

Tables, Receptacles And Shade Sails For Students & Families – (Amount $1,000.00)

Donation To VNA For Their Green Gala Celebration Saturday, May 16, 2015 At VNA Health Center 400 N Highland Avenue

(Amount $500.00)

Contribution To The Fox Valley Orchestra El Sistema Educational Outreach Youth Program

(Bronze Sponsorship – $500.00)

Contribution To The West Aurora Art Heritage And Education Fund For The Restoration Project 1930s WPA Mural “The History Of Writing And The Alphabet”

(Sponsorship “Beaconlight Society” Amount $1,000.00)

Grant To Simply Destinee-Music Saved My Life – To Help With Some Unforeseen Expenses

(Grant Amount $843.00)

Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For Their 4th Of July Event

(Amount $750.00)

Donation To L I F E Lifetime Individuals For Future Empowerment Support Inc

(Amount $500.00)

Donation To The Soulfeed Smooth Jazz Festival 2015 At Riveredge Park “Partners In Hope” Partners

(Amount $1,500.00)

Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For The WWII Exhibit At The Stover’s Visitor Center At Phillips Park

(Amount $500.00)

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club C/O Wilbur Walters Sponsorship For Their Upcoming Competition In Norfolk Virginia For The National Jr. Olympics

(Amount $2,000.00)

Reimburse Sue Stanley For Snow Cone Machine For Block Party August 15, 2015 – Grand Rental Station Yorkville Il

(Amount $93.02, Does Not Incl. Tax) (6th Ward Grant)

Donation To The African American Men Of Unity’s Back To School Festival August 21, 2015 At Greene Field Park

(Amount $1,000.00)

Donation To Aurora Hispanic Heritage Advisory Board (Ahhab) For The Annual Fiestas Patrias On September 13, 2015

(Amount $125.00)

Gayles Memorial Missionary Baptist Church 65th Anniversary August 21, 22, 23, 2015

Put Full Page Ad – $100.00 (Grant)

Scitech Hands On Museum Soar – Ifly Naperville Il

Solo ($75 Includes Observation Deck)

Donation To Simply Destinee, An Organization To Help Underprevilaged Youth In The Community

(Amount $1,000.00)

Donation To Aurora Rotary Foundation For The 2015 Annual Festival Of Lights At Phillips Park

(Amount $500.00)

Donation To Senior Services Association 11th Annual Pie Auction Fundraiser

(Amount $250.00)

City Of Aurora Sale 350 & 352 West Illinois To Adjoining Property Owners 650 Grand Avenue

(Alfredo Padilla)

A Resolution Approving A Development For Home And Nsp Program Loans Between The City Of Aurora And Brinshore Development Llc (Dba Boreas Llc) For Scattered-Site Housing Development In The City Of Aurora

sponsored amendments page 7-3A ref. exhibit M which prioritizes (the reduction of residential density of certain homes in the City) page 5 of the agreement that the elimination of additional dwelling units such as that the proposed property shall be a single family home  with only one dwelling unit and the property be down zoned so they are prioritizing multi-family housing to convert to single family homes.

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman To Execute An Agreement To Reduce Density And Memorandum Of Agreement (721-723 Pennsylvania Avenue, Pin 15-16-431-020)

($72,000 pay to owner in exchange for the opportunity to demo structure at 721 Penn Ave.)

There were two homes built on one parcel, 721 was in the back and was demolished in keeping with the single family neighborhood.

A Resolution Authorizing Application For Kane County Riverboat Funds For A Neighborhood Park And Execution Of All Necessary Documents

(329-339 Plum, 507 Grand and 625-629 Iowa – total of 9 properties)

Installation Of A Stormwater Sewer Inlet By Arch Printing On Morton Avenue

Approved Thru Bgi 2014 With A Not To Exceed $20,000.00. Work Completed This Spring By Stokes Excavating. Final Payment Done 05/06/15. (Po 279941 $18,748.50)

Fox Valley Park District Grant For Contribution For Acquisition Of Land And Other Programming

$9,900.00. (507 Grand Avenue)

Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry’s – Grant To Marie’s Community Garden Developmemt Costs

$5,801.09 (84 Lumber, America’s Brick & Concrete, Chad Ford – dump truck & bobcat rentals)

West Aurora Cemetery C/O Jan Mangers – Donation

$2,000.00

The Conservation Foundation-Aurora Greenfest – Donation

$250.00

African American Men Of Unity – Donation To Their Jobs For Youth Program

$100.00

African American Men Of Unity – Donation To Their Safe Summer Basketball Program

$100.00

Fox Valley Buildings And Construction Trade Council’s Golf Outing

Sponsor Hole – $100.00

 Aurora Sundowners Track Club C/O Wilbur Walters Sponsorship For Their Upcoming Competition In Des Moines Iowa For The National Jr. Olympics

$2,000.00

 African American Men Of Unity – Donation To Their Back To School Festival For School Supplies, Etc

$1,000.00

 Family Focus Aurora – Root Aurora A Multicultural Event At River Edge Park Celebrating Heritages

$500.00

The Light Of The Heart (A Community Art Therapy Project) Art Jam On Saturday, September 6th At Phillips Park 1000 Ray Moses Drive

Growing Sponsor $250.00

 Contribution To Scott Sherwood, Fine Arts Restoration For Removal Of The 1938 Wpa Mural (Paul Stoddard, Artist) From Former West Aurora High School 14 Blackhawk St

(Amount $5,727.50)

 Rebuilding Together Aurora (Rta) Request To Close May Street To Thru Traffic From Illinois Ave To New Haven Ave April 25th & 26th

Permission Was Given To Close May Street For Event.

 Traffic Study 14.00366

Intersection N Elmwood Dr & Old Indian Trail – Install No Parking Here To Corner North Approach East Side Of N Elmwood (According To Aurora City Spec. & Standards) (Request of Northwest Territories Neighbors)

 Traffic Study 14.00212

Intersection California Ave & N Commonwealth Ave, Investigate Speeding, Possible 4w Stop Sign – No Action Taken Per Staff Recommendation.

 Traffic Study 14.00307

Intersection Monomoy St & Gladstone St – No Action Taken Per Staff Recommendation-This Area Does Not Meet The Minimum Qualifications For Traffic Calming.

Traffic Study 14.00367

N Highland Avenue For Special Signage – Install Stop Sign On Lakelawn Blvd Approach To N Highland Ave.

Traffic Study 14.00227

Monomoy Street Eliminate Five Parking Spaces South Side Starting At N Randall Road – Install No Parking & Tow Zone Signage Restrictions. (At Request of APD)

Traffic Study 14.00477

Intersection Lakelawn Blvd & Iowa Avenue

Install Two-Way Stop Sign On Iowa Ave Approaching Lakelawn Blvd.

Traffic Study 14.00478

Colorado Avenue Vicinity Of The 1200 Block – Per City Policy This Segment Of Colorado – No Impact At This Time, Staff Recommends Acceptance Of The Traffic Study.

Traffic Study 14.00522 For Speed Study

Grand Avenue 400 To 600 Block – Speeds & Volume Are Consistent And Does Not Qualify For Traffic Calming Based On 85th Percentile Speed.

Traffic Study 14.00659

Acceptance Of Traffic Study For The 400 Block Of Oak Avenue.

Traffic Study 14.00660

Acceptance Of Traffic Study For The Randall Road/Illinois Avenue Intersection For Speeds.

Traffic Study 14.00683

New Haven & Sheldon Ave Intersection – Amended To Replacing Existing Yield Signs With Stop Signs And Cross Traffic Does Not Stop Placards.

 Traffic Study 13.00754 For Parking Study

Lawndale Ave Concerning Parking Restrictions – Amended To Removal Of No Parking Restriction On South Side Of Lawndale From Lake St To Wilder With Standard Intersection Restrictins Retained. (Neighbors Request)

 Traffic Study 13.00762

Acceptance For Traffic Study – W Benton Between W Downer And S Lake St To Determine Need For Speed Limit Signage And Appropriate Two-Way Street Signage On W Benton.

Purchased The Property At 333 West Park Avenue In Aurora, Which Has Been Abandoned

(Purchase Price $36,000.00)

Petition

Residents Request That The City Of Aurora Purchase The Three (3) Parking Lots In Bishop Park That Are Situated On The West Side Of Palace Street From California Avenue To Michigan Avenue, For The Purpose Of Developing A Neighborhood Park For Our Children And Families. There Is A Significant Lack Of Open Space And Parks In Our Area Of The Sixth Ward And We Respectfuly Ask That The City Council Favorably Consider Our Request.

The petition was filed with the Aldermen’s Office on June 4, 2014. There was a total of 46 pages in all from the neighborhoods surrounding this area.

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning The 425 West Park Avenue From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(Jim Schweizer & Ramona Wood owners)

Approved the downzoning to single family.

An Ordinance Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement Concerning The Granting Sale Of City Owned Property Located At 329 Plum Street

(Pin: 15-15-352-055) (Elia & Reem Ghanem Owns 502 Palace St East Of 329 Plum St)

A Resolution Relating To The Amended Agreement Hiring The Professional Services Of Martin Design Partnership Ltd 335 N River Street Suite 201 Batavia Illinois For The 6th Ward Pocket Park Planning & Design In An Amount Not To Exceed $20,500.00.

(Grand & Plum, Iowa Street And North Highland)

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman To Execute A Phase 2 Engineering Agreement With Hw Lochner, Inc., 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 1200, Chicago, Il 60606 For The Highland And Sullivan Roundabout Design – Engineering.

(This Is A T Intersection)

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Acquisition Agreement For Property At 14 Blackhawk Street, Aurora, Illinois

(Total Amount $2,500.00) (Former West Aurora High School)

Traffic Study (13.003)

Request Stop Signs At Three-Way Intersection Of West Park Avenue And Palace Street. Resident Complained About Speeding In The Area, Her Dog Was Hit And Killed On January 16 2013 She Is Concerned About The Safety Of The School Children In The Area. (G.O. Amended To Placement Of A Single Stop Sign On Palace At Approach To West Park)

 Traffic Study (13.014)

Request For No Outlet Signs On Landreth Ct At Entrance To Briar Court Villas – Alderman Saville (Amended To No Outlet Signs At Farnsworth Avenue)

Bgi Item – B13.003 Item For Resolution At 1084 Colorado Av

The Owners Have Noticed That The Neighbors As Well As Their Own Basements Are Flooding & Sewer Backup – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.005 Item For Resolution At 1061 California Av

Just Recently Bought His Home And Noticed All Of The Sump Pumps For His Neighbors Are Draining Into The Backyard. He Was Wondering If They Need To Connect Into The Storm Sewer – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.008 Item For Resolution At 1313 N Randall Rd

Constituent Called In A Complaint Of 6 Feet Of Sewage In His Basement – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.010 Item For Resolution At 418 Old Indian Trail Rd

At This Address There Was 20’ Of Water Back Up From The Rain/Flooding – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.017 Item For A Resolution At 1445 Beau Ridge Dr

Drain Has Been Plugged & Area Getting Flooded – Can We Look Into Putting In Another Inlet – Also Acr#64534 Report For Clogged Catch Basin – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.006 Item For A Resolution At 411 North Park Av

She States That Her Front Yard Floods Due To Street Runoff. This Is An Ongoing Problem That She Would Like To See Fixed. The Street Level Is Higher That Her Yard Level And There Are No Curbs – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.016 Item For A Resolution At 774 Crestwood Dr

The Resident Has Only Lived Here A Year Since July And His Basement Has Flooded & The Sewer Backup 3 Times – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.002 Item For A Resolution At 931 Upper Brandon Drive

The Sewer And Toilet In His Basement Are Backing Up – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.011 Item For A Resolution At Burr Oak Circle

General Flooding – Mike Saville, Ward 6. (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

Bgi Item – B13.012 Item For A Resolution At Sullivan Rd And N Randall Rd

Due To Recent Grading At This Intersection Are Adding To Water Concerns At The Hindu Temple-Mike Saville, Ward 6 (Engineering Investigated – Placed In History)

The Conservation Foundation C/O Theresa Barreiro Sponsorship For The Aurora Greenfest A Free Family Event Held At The Prisco Community Center June 8, 2013

$250.00.

Fox Valley Park District Grant For Contribution For Acquisition Of Land And Other Programming

$9,900.00. (507 Grand Avenue)

Aurora Historic Society Donation For Their 4th Of July Event

$750.00.

Aurora Sundowners Track Club C/O Wilbur Walters Sponsorship For Their Upcoming Competition In Detroit Michigan For The National Jr. Olympics

$2,000.00.

 Fox Valley Veterans Breakfast Club Aka The Moving Wall – Vietnam Memorial Wall – November 7-11, 2013 At West Aurora High School

$500.00

The Light Of The Heart-Donation To The Community Art Therapy Project

$250.00

My Father’s Hands-Donation

$1,000.00

Rebuilding Together Aurora-Donation

$1,000.00

Kiwanis Club Of Aurora-2013 City Of Aurora Community Coat Drive “Coats For Kids” Citywide Effort

$500.00

Street Lights Approved/Installed 723-727 Roberts St And Richards St.

Amount From 6th Ward Fund $6,900.00.

An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of the Southern 1/2 of the City Real Estate Located at 350 West Illinois Avenue and 352 West Illinois Avenue, Aurora, Illinois

(Sold to Eloise Ruiz for $1.00)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Section 2-16 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Setting New Ward Boundaries In The City Of Aurora

(June 11, 2012 – Ward Re-Mapping Committee)

 An Ordinance Amending The Aurora Building Code For (R-2) Apartment/Condo Buildings.

Sponsored several amendments: require washer & dryer hook ups; sound transmission between units; all domestic water service individual and privately metered per dwelling unit; and outside hose bibbs shall be separate from the inside water systems.

 An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located The 833-835, 839, And 843-845 N. Highland Avenue From R-3 One Family Dwelling District And R-4 Two Family Dwelling District To Os-2 Open Space And Recreation District

(The City Of Aurora – Au16/4-12.126-Rz – Tv – Ward 6)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located The 625 And 629 Iowa Avenue From R-3 One Family Dwelling District And R-4 Two Family Dwelling District To Os-2 Open Space And Recreation District

(The City Of Aurora – Au16/4-12.127-Rz – Tv – Ward 6)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located At 331, 333,335,337 And 339 Plum Street And 507 Grand Avenue From R-1 One Family Dwelling District To Os-2 Open Space And Recreation District.

 A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 350 West Illinois Avenue Aurora, Illinois

(Sum Of $90,000.00 Approved At City Council 03-13-2012)

A Resolution Authorizing The Sixth Ward Parking Improvement Program

Alderman Saville (Being Used For Richards Crossing Parking Improvement $24,250.00) – Acquisition

A Resolution Authorizing A Sixth Ward Grant To West Aurora School District 129 For Parking Improvements

(Grant Amount $29,300.00) (735 Iowa & 730 Penn & 734 Penn) – Acquisition

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 507 Grand Avenue, Aurora, Illinois

Alderman Saville – Total $142,000.00 ($37,000 Grant From Fvpd)

A Resolution Hiring The Professional Services Of Martin Design Partnership, Ltd., 335 N River Street, Suite 201, Batavia Illinois For The 6th Ward Pocket Park Planning & Design In The Amount Not To Exceed $16,200.00

(Grand & Plum, Iowa Street and North Highland) Alderman Saville

A Resolution Accepting The Bid From Graybar Electric, Naperville Illinois In The Amount Of $61,040.00 For The Purchase Of 20 Sets Of Beacon Decorative Sign Posts For The Maintenance Services Division.

This is to replace the city public parking signs and posts. – Downtown Riverwalk District

A Request To Accept The Low Bid Of $4,974.00 From Stokes Excavating For The Installation Of A Culvert Under Sidewalk At Sullivan Road And Exposition View

(Bgi Compl/Inquire Bgi12.001 – Mike Newman, 1420 Golden Oaks Parkway 630-441-4325)

 Donation To Aurora Historical Society’s 4th Of July Event

($750.00)

Donation To Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry

($1,000.00)

Donation To Kb Hoops C/O Kenny Battle – Summer Basketball Program

$400.00

Traffic Study (12.008)

Request A Traffic Study For The Parking Problem On The Street By 1260 N Elmwood Dr – Having Problems Viewing When Coming Out Of Driveway As Well As Coming Into The Driveway – Alderman Saville & Kenneth Holt (A Standard 5ft Yellow Curb Painting When Weather Permits)

Traffic Study (12.009)

Request A Set Up With School Signs And Pavement Marking Indicating There Is A School (Fox Valley Montessori) In The Middle Of The Neighborhood, One For Safety Reason As Well As Parents Say The School Can Be Easily Missed – Alderman Saville & Fv Montessori School (850 N Commonwealth Avenue)

Traffic Study (12.091)

Request For Yellow Curbs At N. Lake Street And West Park Avenue To Prevent Parking Too Close To The Intersection (Southbound On N. Lake Street & Eastbound To West Park Avenue) – Sharon Kochlefl & Alderman Saville, Ward 6) (Staff Recommends No Parking Here To Corner 25ft Before 3 Lane Section, Both Sides Of Street)

Traffic Study (12.148)

Request For Installation Of Speed Limit Signs And No Parking This Side West Side Of N Russell Ave North Of New Haven Avenue – Alderman Saville & Officer Jeff Peterson, Apd (Staff Recommends Speed Limit Signs On N Russell)

Street Light Approved/Installed Between 380 & 384 North Park Ave.

Street Light Approved/Installed 354 North Park Ave.

 

Resolution Denying Request to Initiate A Public Hearing To Consider Revisions to Aurora’s Comprehensive Plan To Change The Land Use Designation From Quasi-Public To Commercial For the Property Located at 14 Blackhawk Street

Spoke out at the Planning & Development Committee that the former West Aurora High School / Franklin Junior High / Aurora Christian High School should be demolished and made a permanent park – November 15, 2012.

A Resolution To Award The “California Court Water Main Replacement Project” To H. Linden & Sons Sewer & Water, Inc. Of P. O. Box 344 Yorkville, Il  60560

(Amount $174,474.00)

 A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Commonly Known As 352 West Illinois Avenue Under The City’s Density Reduction Program

(Owner: Worth Hill)

A Resolution Appointing Warren Barton As A Member Of The Block Grant Working Committee.

(Expires April 13, 2015)

A Resolution Accepting The Bid From R.A. Ubert Construction Yorkville, Il In The Amount Of $59,500.00 For The Replacement Of The Riverwalk Stairs At New York Street

Equipment Services.

Donation To Kb-Hoops A Non-For Profit Organization Providing Quality Basketball Programs In State Of Illinois. Help Pay For Travel Uniforms Equipment, Staff And Year Around Training

(Kenny Battle, Kb-Hoops $400.00)

Donation To Aurora Interfaith Food Pantry

($1,500.00)

Donation To Aurora Historical Society 4th Of July Event

($750.00)

Dontation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Team For The Jr. Olympics Coming Up In July/August 2011

($1,000.00)

Donation Of $100.00 To Kiwanis Club Of Aurora For The City Of Aurora Community Coat Drive “Coats For Kids” Citywide Effort To Purchase New Coats For Kids.

Donation Of $100.00 To School District 129 For West Aurora Girls Basketball Program.

6th Ward Committee Budget Helped With The Hill Elementary School Parking Lot Addition

($900.00) – School District 129 Purchase

Appraisal On Lot 12 – North May Street Property ($250.00) – Fvpd

Fox Valley Park District – Land Acquisition For Park Expansion In The 6th Ward

(May Street Park – $9,900.00)

Traffic Study (11.018)

Requesting A Study Of West Park Around The Rr Crossing, Police Ticketing Vna Employees, Police Say Can’t Park Within 50 Feet Of A Rr Crossing. Need Some Clarification – (Signage To Be Installed – No Parking Within 50ft Of Active Rr Crossing)

Traffic Study (11.060)

Requesting 4 Way Stop Sign At Intersection Of New Haven And May Street – Alderman Saville & Greg Miller, 750 N May St) (Amended To A 2 Way Stop On May Street)

Traffic Study (11.070)

Requesting “Hearing Impaired”Signage In Front Of Home 723 Penn Ave. Resident Has Two Children With Hearing Disabilities. (Asia Watkins, 723 Penn Ave.)

Traffic Study (11.097)

Request Traffic Study For Hammond Ave And New Haven Ave To Go From 2 Way Stop To A 4 Way Stop – Alderman Saville (Amended To No Parking Here To Corner On Hammond Avenue)

Traffic Study (11.098)

Request Traffic For 247 West Park & Oak Ave Need Handicap Parking Spot For Oak Avenue For Their 18 Year Old Son – Glen & Alyssa Doherty And Alderman Saville.

Bgi Item – Drainage Issue At 326 Florida Avenue (Carol Mascow)

(Approved At Bgi On June 27, 2011 – Work Due To Be Completed In The Fall)

Street Light Approved/Install 361 Manor Place.

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning A 19.07 Acre Property Located East Of Taylor Avenue And Directly North Of New Haven Avenue From M-2 Manufacturing District, General To P-Public Open Space/Recreation/Park District And Approving A Site Plan For New Haven Park.

An Ordinance Approving Replacement Of The Aurora Building Code Section 12-1 Through 12-39, Ordinance Adopts The 2009 International Code Council Series With Local Modifications Per The Recommendation Of The City Of Aurora Permanent Building And Fire Code Committee:

(with the following amendments)

  • Added stricter decibel level for sound in hotel/motel – 5dB’s
    • Sound transmission class for 1207.2 shall be modified to (STC) of not less than 55 (50 if field tested) for air-borne noise when tested in accordance with ASTM E 90
  • Require separate outdoor hoses bibbs to be connected with a home potable water system. 10.1 Hose bibb locations: 2 hose bibbs located as remotely as practicable shall be required per residence (e.g. front and rear yards)
  • Attempted to require storm doors for new construction – motion denied.
  • Required basement window wells to be covered on new construction.
    • The following subsection shall be added to Section R310.4:
      • R310.4.1 window wells shall be provided with flat covers capable of supporting at least 150lbs.
  • Require screen vents to be installed on dryer vents.
    • 3.1 Clothes Dryer Termination: clothes dryer exhaust duct systems shall terminate with a removable guard to prevent bird or rodent entry. For maintenance purposes, termination shall be located no greater than 12 feet above the walking surface or grade below.
    • 2.1 Termination bathroom exhaust ducts systems shall be equipped with a back draft damper and shall be terminated with a guard to prevent bird or rodent entry.
  • Require that there be no un-treated wood in contact with concrete on new construction.
    • This was clarified in the newer editions of the code and therefore no modification was necessary.
  • Water distribution piping change to ease filtration system installation.
    • 5.2 – Water Distribution Piping: water distribution piping shall be installed so that all water supplies except for hose bibbs are fed from a single branch pipe for the possible future installation of a water filtration system.

A Resolution Approving The Final Plat For Lots 1 And 2 Of New Haven Park Subdivision, Being 19.07 Acres Of Vacant Land Located North Of New Haven Avenue And East Of Taylor Avenue In The City Of Aurora, Il.

(Nec Of Morton Ave & New Haven Ave By Fvpd) – New Park

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of The Northerly ½ Of City Real Estate Located At 617 North Harrison, Aurora, Illinois Permanent Index No. 15-16-353-010.

(Tim and Margaret Arnold) R10-247

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of The Southerly ½ Of City Real Estate Located At 617 North Harrison, Aurora, Illinois Permanent Index No. 15-16-353-010.

(Paul & Maria Vega) R10-248

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 833-835 North Highland Avenue Aurora, Illinois.

(Approved At City Council September 14, 2010)

A Resolution To Award The Aurora Foxwalk-Lower Foxwalk On West Channel Between Downer Place And Galena Blvd. To R. A. Ubert Construction, Inc. Of P.O. Box 160, Yorkville Il 60560.

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club For Their Upcoming Event February 19-21, 2010-Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington Il

$500.00. (6th Ward Committee)

 Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For The 4th Of July Event

$750.00.

Grant Assistance To The Fox Valley Park District In The Amount Of $9,900.00 From The 6th Ward Committee For The May Street Park Acquiring The Property At N Highland Avenue (507 Grand Avenue)

Donation Of $300.00 To Kiwanis Club Of Aurora For The City Of Aurora Community Coat Drive “Coats For Kids” Citywide Effort To Purchase New Coats For Kids.

Sponsoring A ¼ Page Ad In The Souvenir Journal For St. John Ame Church For Their Dedication Celebration On Sunday, August 15, 2010.

 Traffic Study (10.003)

Request For A Pre-Empt Device And Remote Device To Regulate The Signals At Fire Station Number 3 On N. Highland Avenue And W. Indian Trail – Alderman Saville & Officer Rosa O’brien.

Traffic Study (10.027)

Request For Parking Restrictions And Yellow Curbing At Smith Elementary School On Robinood Drive And Cedardale Place – Eric Gallt, Traffic Engineer.

Traffic Study (09.121)

Request For Pedestrian Crossing Signs At The Prisco Center, Illinois Avenue By The Bike Path (Recommendation Is To Install Solar Powered Led Pedestrian Signs Pending Funding Agreement With Fox Valley Park District)– Alderman Saville & Randy Caho, Fvpd

Traffic Study (10.064)

Request For Possible Revision Of Prior Traffic Study 10.030 Requesting No Parking From 2:00 Am To 5:00 Am Signage On Richard Street Between Foran Lane & Morton Avenue (Recommendation Is For Designated No Parking On The South Side Of Richard Street Between Foran Lane & Morton Avenue) – Alderman Saville.

Traffic Study (10.104)

Request For “Slow Handicap Child” Signage For 1209 California Avenue. Acr Complaint/Inquire – Joanne Williams & Alderman Mike Saville.

Street Light Request 10.008

Request A Street Light At 1345 N Russell Avenue (Recommendation Is To Place The Street Light At 1363/1369 N Russell Avenue) – Maria Tarntham & Alderman Mike Saville. After further investigation, the location of a new street light at 1363/1369 N. Russell is no longer feasible. The location will be moved to between 1351 and 1357 N. Russell. This new location will allow us better access to ComEd for the electrical hookup – John Meszaros, Electrical Dept.

Bgi Discussion Item – Drainage Issue At 1400 Exposition Drive – Come Back In Spring Needs More Attention To Design & Coordinate With The Temple

Alderman Saville

Street Light Approved/Installed Between 900 & 902 Richards St.

A Resolution Appointing Arthur Sheridan To The Riverwalk Commission.

A Resolution To Award 2009 City Of Aurora Area Water Main Improvements – California Avenue.

(R09.278/Nb09.20)

Install 3,200 lineal feet 8 inch water main, new fire hydrants, valves, water service connections and surface restoration.

A Resolution Adopting The City Of Aurora Sustainability Plan To Enhance The Quality Of Life For Present And Future Generations Of Aurorans Through Sustainable Practices

(The City Of Aurora – Kdwk-09.137-Comp – Pb – All Wards) (Amended This Resolution: 1) Insert The United Nations Kyoto Protocol Language To Reduce Anti-Sprawl And Greenhouse Gas Emissions. 2) Insert A Language To Include Alternative Techniques Including Adding The Manufacturing “Fly Ash” To Concrete And Ashpalt Paving To Increase Roadway Ware And Tear. 3) Recommend Modifying The Traffic Signals Techniques Such As Elongating And Preemptive Blinking Lights To Indicate Signal Change To Increase Public Safety. 4) The Goal Is To Increase Awareness Among City Staff And Elected Officials By Our Local Commitment To The International Kyoto Protocol.

A Resolution Authorizing For Execution Of A Contract To Purchase Real Property Known As 335 Plum Street, Aurora, IL

(Debra S Helen-Johnson And Perry Johnson, Owners)

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club For The Jr. Olympics Aau Nationals In Des Moines, Ia

$1,000.00. (6th Ward Committee)

 6th Ward Committee Voted In Favor For A Grant To Mutual Ground 429 Oak Avenue In The Amount Of $2,000.00.

(6th Ward Committee)

Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Aurora Foxwalk

Lower Foxwalk On West Channel Between Downer Place And Galena Blvd.

Traffic Study (09.102)

Request For “No Truck Traffic’ Signage For N. Elmwood Drive Going North From New Indian Trail And Going South Off Of Sullivan Road – Alderman Saville.

Traffic Study (09.076)

Rquest Signage “Cross Traffic Does Not Stop” For New Haven At Foran Lane – Alderman Saville.

Information Regarding Updating The Violation Notices From Neighborhood Standards

Planning And Development Committee Made Some Recommendations To Staff Regarding Neighborhood Standards.

Acquired Cdbg Funding For The Widening Of Parkway On Foran Lane And New Sidewalk Installtion Between New Haven And Illinois Avenue

East Side Of Street.

Amount for work $31,500.00 from the CDBG funds.

 Planted Parway Trees For Residences On Foran Lane Between New Haven And Illinois Avenue

East Side Of The Street.

An Ordinance Approving Text Amendment #3100 With Regards To Codes Regulations  1) Controlling Allowable Construction Type R-1 Uses Hotels, 2) Regulations Of Hotels, And 3) Controlling Exterior Wall Materials For All Residential Uses.

(Supported Modification With Quality Changes)

 Donation To Kb-Hoops A Non-For Profit Organization Providing Quality Basketball Program In State Of Illinois. Help Pay For Travel Uniforms, Equipment, Staff And Year Around Training

$400.00 (6th Ward Committee)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, Rezoning Properties Of The Fall 2007 Comprehensive Downzoning From R-4 Two-Family Dwelling District Zoning To R-3 One-Family Dwelling District Zoning (The City Of Aurora-Kdwk-07.397-Dz-Pb-Wards 2,3,4,6,7)

with an amendment regarding two properties, 190 N Smith is to be included in the properties being downzoned and the property at 1032 Garfield Avenue is being recommended for exclusion, thus remaining at its current R-4 zoning.

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 22, Article Ii, Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Commission On Human Relations

(Ad-Hoc Committee: Bob O’connor, Michael Saville, & Richard Irvin) (Sponsored Amendments) (We have this twice, the second is on page 38 titled AD-HOC Committee)

Code Of Ordinance Sec. 13-9 “Proximity To Certain Institutions

(Alderman Keith Recommended Changes) (Request Removal Of Section 13-9 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances) (Adopted 07/22/2008) (selling tobacco products near schools allowing a shorter distance then previously allowed)

An Ordinance Establishing A Temporary Moratorium On The Development, Construction Or Remodeling Of Any Hotel, Motel Or Extended Stay Facilities In The City Of Aurora.

(P & D Committee With Sue Vos, Aurora Tourism & Convention Bureau)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12 Dealing With Licensing Of Rental Properties In The City Of Aurora

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, “Building And Building Regulations”, Of The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 29, Article Vii Entitled “Criminal Nuisance Abatement”

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 39, Article 1 Entitled “Emergency Response Cost Recovery” Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Put Together By Sgt Thurman, Alderman Keith & Alderman Saville) (Crime Free Housing)

These four (4) items were established to help residents with irresponsible landlords or landlords who have irresponsible tenants.

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Know As 629 Iowa Avenue, Aurora, Illinois, Mr. & Mrs Arthur Haight

A Resolution Approving The Final Plan For A Landscaped Berm For The Balaji Temple Location At 1145 W Sullivan Road

(Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple) – Au08/2-08.127-Fnp-Tm/St – Ward 6)

A Resolution Accepting The Proposal From Christopher B. Burke Engineering West, Ltd., St. Charles, Illinois In The Amount Totaling $42,500.00 Plus Reimbursable Expenses For General Consulting Services For The Aurora Foxwalk

Lower Section Project.

Traffic Study Request (07.132)

Two (2) Turn Lanes (One Left Turn & One Right Turn) Be Painted On Highland Avenue At The Intersection Of Sullivan Road – Alderman Saville.

Traffic Study Request (07.125)

Stop Sign At The Intersection Of N. Russell Avenue At Beau Ridge Drive – Alderman Saville & Timothy Donaldson, 1408 Beau Ridge Drive

Street Light Request

Installed Around The 1300 Block Of Russell Avenue – Mario Millan, 1344 Russell Avenue – Alderman Mike Saville.

Establish A Sidewalk System Along Highland Avenue (1240 & 1330 Highland Avenue) And Parts Of Sullivan Road Because Of New Sullivan Road Bridge.

(Reimbursement From Kane County – City Front Funded The Sidewalk Improvement)

Donation To The Aurora Historical Society For Their 4th Of July Event

$675.00. (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To The Citizens For Neighborhood Improvement (Lillian Perry’s Organization)

$2,000.00 (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To The Aurora Boxing Club At Simmons Middle School

$1,000.00. (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To Hope D Wall School For Children’s Outside Playground Equipment

$2,500.00 (6th Ward Committee)

Donation To The Aurora Sundowners Track Club For The Jr. Olympics Aau Nationals In Detroit Mi

$1,000.00. (6th Ward Committee)

Ad-Hoc Committee – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 22, Article Ii, Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances, Entitled “Commission On Human Relations”

(Alderman At-Large Bob O’connor, Alderman At-Large Richard Irvin And Alderman Michael Saville)

Widen West Park Avenue Parkway Between Highland Avenue And The Railroad Tracks

(North Side Of The Street)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 625 Iowa Avenue, Aurora, Illinois In The Amount Of $370,000.00 (4 Unit)

(6th Ward Fund Paid For Half)

A Resolution To Accept The Lowest Qualified Bid Of Champion Environmental Services, Inc. For $32,000.00 For The Asbestos Removal From The City Owned Building At 625 Iowa Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

Sponsored The Demolition Of Property Known As 625 Iowa Avenue In The Amount Of $16,000.00.

Downzoning Property Currently Known As 625 Iowa Avenue To A “P”

(Park Zoning.)

Downzoning Properties Currently Known As 843/845 N Highland Avenue To A “P”

(Park Zoning.)

Downzoning Property Current Known As 339 Plum Street To A P/Park (Purchasing And Demolition) A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 339 Plum Street, Aurora, Illinois.

(Resolution #R07.231 With A Purchase Price Of $125,000.00)

A Resolution To Award The Tanner Historic District Lighting Project Ssa #134 In The Amount Of $1,072,968.60 To Utility Dynamics Corporation, 23 Commerce Drive, Oswego, Illinois 60543.

Historic Lighting Project In The Tanner District That Was Shared With The 2nd Ward Alderman Juany Garza.

Shodeen Development – Sponsored Amendments And Changes.

(For South Downtown Development on East Bank)

A Resolution Authorizing The Acceptance Of The Donation Of Real Estate Known As 821-823 North Highland Avenue, Aurora, Illinois

(Mr. & Mrs Mundy Donated To Be Used As Future Neighborhood Park)

A Resolution Accepting A Proposal From Christopher B Burke Engineering, Ltd., Rosemont, Illinois In The Amount Of $153,548.01 For Professional Architecture And Engineering Services, Contract “C” – Stage 2a

(Riverwalk Master Plan Between New York Street And North Avenue And Revised Code [Area Iii]).

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, Rezoning  Properties Of The Spring 2007 Comprehensive Downzoning From R-4 Two-Family Dwelling District Zoning To R-3 One-Family Dwelling District Zoning

(City Of Aurora – Kdwk – 07.083-Dz – Pb)

An Ordinance Approving A Text Amendment To Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance Including Sections 3.3 Definitions, Section 5.13 Off-Street Parking And Loading, Section 7 Residential Districts Including Sections 7.1-7.6 Being The One-Family Dwelling Districts.

(Helped Sponsor This)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 29, Article Iv, Entitled “Offenses Pertaining To Property”.

(Requiring Section 29-104 Lighting Required In Public Parking Lots)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, Rezoning Properties Of The Summer 2007 Comprehensive Downzoning From R-4 Two-Family Dwelling District Zoning To R-3 One-Family Dwelling District Zoning.

(190 Homes)

A Resolution Creating A Special Committee Of The City Council To Study And Make Recommendations Regarding The Subpoena Power Of The Human Relations Commission.

(Appointed By The Alderman To This 3 Person Committee)

A Resolution Approving The Final Plat & Plan For Single Family Units As Berkshire Place Subdivision Being Vacant Land Located Near The Northeast Corner Of Randall Road And Indian Trail Road In The City Of Aurora, Illinois.

(133 Single Family Units – Age Targeted)

A Resolution Authorizing $147,267 Of Community Development Block Grant (Cbdg) Funding For The 2007 Sidewalk Installation Project

(Penn. Avenue Sidewalk From Old Indian Trail To South Of Florida)

A Resolution Authorizing The Replacement Of The Stairway At North Stolp Avenue In The Amount Not To Exceed $110,000.00

Off Of New York To Riverwalk.

Cow07.09 – Resolution Adopting The Revised Fox Walk/Master Plan As Attachment “H” To The Foxwalk Overlay District Intent, Rules And Regulations

(Riverwalk)

Cow07.10 Resolution Adopting River Edge Park Master Plan And Approving A Phase One Permitting And Construction Schedule

Recommended Changes To The City Of Aurora’s Preservation Ordinance, Chapter 37.

Traffic Study Request – Placing A Blind Person Warning Sign In The Area Of 1230 Highland Avenue, No Stop Light To Cross The Street And Pace Bus Only Runs On The Opposite Direction

Penny Donaldson.

Sponsored Placement Of An Expanded Guardrail Along Indian Trail Road Across From Mercy Lane.

Traffic Study Request

75 Ft On River Street, North Of West Park Avenue Be Posted “No Parking From 4:00 P.M. To 8:00 A.M.” While Court Is In Session, Due To Parking Constraints. The Remainder Of The Street (North) Would Be Posted “No Parking Anytime” – Officer Lorena Hernandez.

Traffic Study Request

Handicap Sign For 761 Orchard Avenue, This Is Dead End Street Numerous Semi Truck Traffic Because Of The Businesses On This Street. Would Also Like 25 Mph Speed Limit Sign After Illinois Avenue Once The Signs Start Going Up In The City – Rachel Echevarria – This Is Amended To Read Handicap Child Warning Sign

Traffic Study Request

Requesting Signage For N River Street Between Sullivan Road And The Dead End. The Pallet Company Trucks Are Starting To Tear Up N River Street. Need A Weight Limit Sign Or No Truck Traffic Sign For This Area – Maureen Cansino.

A Resolution To Award The 2006 Ward 6 Improvements Project To D’land Construction, 600 County Line Road, Bensenville, Illinois 60106 In The Amount Of $85,584.75

  1. North Park Driveway Approaches And Curbs
  2. Sidewalks
    1. May Street (West Side Of Street) With F.V.P.D.
    2. Sullivan Road With Kane County At Swc Of Sullivan And Highland Avenue.

Traffic Study Request – Requesting 3 Way Stop Sign Study At The Intersection Of River Street And West Park Avenue

Alderman Saville.

A Resolution Proposing The Establishment Of A Special Service Area Number 134 (Tanner Historic District Lighting Improvements) In The City Of Aurora And Setting A Public Hearing And Other Procedures In Connection Therewith.

(Co-Sponsored With 2nd Ward Alderman Juany Garza)

A Request For “Do Not Litter” Sign (with the fee on the sign too) In The Area Of Wilder Street And Lawndale Avenue, (attached to poles that are existing)

There Are Fast Food Places Off Of Lake Street – Wayne Camper – 714 Wilder.

A Proposal For Aurora’s New River Edge Park Located Across From The Roundhouse West Of Broadway.

(Serving As A Member On The Riverview Park Committee)

Sponsorship Of The Exhibition Dinosaurios Argentinos – Giants Of Patagonia At Scitech Hands On Museum.

(Donated Free Tickets To School Children In Ward To Attend Exhibit) (Aurora Christian-450, Hill-471, Hope D Wall-190, Mccleery/Partnership-520, Montessori-120, Smith-575 And St. Rita’s-300)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensive Rezoning The South East Quadrant Of The 4th Ward (Around Sard Avenue And Oliver Avenue) From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(The City of Aurora – AU28/3-05.217-Rz – CB/PH) (6TH Ward Alderman Sponsored The Downzoning)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property From B-2 General Retail To R-2 (S) One Family Dwelling Special Use Planned Development, And Approving A Plan Description For 35 Acres Located Near The Northeast Corner Of Randall Road And Indian Trail.

(Age-Targeted 55 Years – With Cc & R’s) (Kensington Homes & Devonshire-Developer)

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of Surplus Public Real Estate Commonly Known As 628 Wilder Street.

(Bernardo Ramirez – $1.00) (The Former Kiro Property)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 843 And 845 North Highland Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

($89,000)

Sponsored The Demolition Of Property Known As 843 And 845 North Highland Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

A Resolution To Award The Palace Street Historic Monuments Project To M.I.C. Inc 1344 Hollister Drive, Batavia, Illinois 60510 In The Amount Of $33,454.00.

An Ordinance Approving Revisions To Aurora’s Comprehensive Plan For Property Located Generally Adjacent To The Fox River From Sullivan Road On The North And Ashland Avenue On The South And Approving The Supporting Riverfront Vision Plan.

An Ordinance Approving Revisions To Aurora’s Comprehensive Plan For Property Located Generally Adjacent To The Fox River From Illinois On The North And North Avenue On The South And Approving The Supporting Seize The Future Downtown Master Plan.

A Resolution Authorizing The City Of Aurora To Apply For Grants For Assistance In The Completion Of The Fox River Trail In Aurora.

A Resolution Authorizing An Agreement Between The City Of Aurora And Kane, Mckenna And Associates Inc. For Consulting Services Related To A Proposed Huntington Park Tax Increment Financing District.

(6th Ward Paying 1/3 Between $53,000 / $67,500)

Street Lighting Request – Requesting Additional Streetlights For The Area Of 1251 Post Road

Alderman Saville And Jason & Nicole Schindlebeck, 1251 Post Road, Aurora, Il  60506.

Installed Catch Basin And Lateral Line To Correct A Drainage Problem At 571 Lakelawn Blvd

Gerald & Sandra Pannell.

Sponsored Arrow Wood Park Family Fest 2005 Saturday, July 23, 2005.

(F. V. P. D. Showmobile – $300.00 Grant By 6th Ward Committee)

A Resolution To Award The Area 3b West Park Sanitary And Storm Sewer Improvements Project.

(Swallow Construction – $3,743,193.50) (Near West Area)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 329 Plum Street

(Seller, Tabar Investment Llc P O Box 5031 – $130,000.00)

City Of Aurora Demolished A Single Family Residence At 329 Plum Street To Help Reduce The Density In The Neighborhood And To Help Cut Down On Crime, Gang And Drug Activity In The 300 Block Of Plum Street.

A Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement Concerning The Sale Of 329 Plum Street (Del Toro 502 Palace Street)

($28,000 Density Reduction Grant – Bought Property From City $1.00)

R05-55 – A Resolution Adopting A Policy Regarding The Use And Administration Of The City Of Aurora Density Reduction Program.

(Established Policy Guidelines For Aldermen)

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Robert H. Anderson & Associates, Inc. For Construction Engineering Services For The North Avenue Dam Removal Project.

($58,000.00) – For the dam demolition.

A Resolution Accepting The Proposal Of Lakes & Rivers, Inc For The North Avenue Dam Removal Project In The Amount $421,500.25.

 Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Robert H Anderson & Associates, Inc For Engineering Services For The North Avenue Dam Removal Project In An Amount Not To Exceed $60,291.00.

A Resolution Authorizing Density Reduction Assistance For Demolition Expenses At 903 N Lake Street

(Nath Illinois Property Company, Llc, Applicant, Building Behind Burger King – $28,000)

A Resolution Initiating A Public Hearing To Consider The Revisions To Aurora’s Zoning Ordinance 3100 To Sections: 11.1-9.3; 11.5-7.5; 11.6-9.3; 11.7-9.3 And 14.2 Concerning Residential Lot Coverage

(not more than 40% of the area of zoning lot may be occupied by buildings, a structure includes accessories buildings, 2 permit an increase in the maximum lot coverage to allow for two car garage and driveway limiting garages and its height)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, “Building And Building Regulations” Of The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Paving In Yard, Accessories, Structures, Drainage, Permits For Fences And Paving)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, “Building And Building Regulations” Of The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Landlord Tenant Leases And Providing Tenant To Landlords And Their Guests And Penalty Sections (Landlord Friendly) – Lease Addendum

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensive Rezoning Certain Properties Between Lawndale Avenue And Williams Street From R-4a Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(On North Lake Street – Downzoning)

An Ordinance Establishing A Temporary Moratorium On The Development Of Banks And Financial Institutions, Automotive Service Stations And Automobile Laundry Facilities In The City Of Aurora, As Amended

(At Intersections)

A Resolution To Extend The Public Storm Sewer In Front Of 901 Upper Brandon Drive

Jorge S Echeverria.

A Resolution Authorizing Expenditure Of B.G.I. Funds For The Installation Of A Storm Sewer/Sump Pump Collection Line In The 500 Block Of North Park Avenue.

(549-Pablo & Flores Herrera, 553-Francisco & Barbie Balli, 559-Margarita Rodriguez, 563-Dennis Langon & Minh Nguyen and 569-Felix Flores)

Northwest Territories Neighborhood Clean Up Saturday, June 18, 2005 Rain Or Shine.

(Including Other Dates – August 8th, Sept. 10th, Sept. 24th And October 8th.) (6th Ward Allocated $20,000 For Ward Clean Up For Next 2 Years)

Approved Street Light Request For Morton Avenue Between Richard & Roberts Will Be A 150w-Hps Street Light Fixture Mounted On An 8’ Bracket Installed By Comed On An Existing Utility Pole Between 905 & 917 Morton.

(Northwest Neighbors Territories Organization)

Approved Street Light Request For Taylor Between Roberts & New Haven

Two Will Be Installed On Concrete Street Light Poles By A Contractor Sometime This Year. Comed Will Not Be Installing, The City Will Be Installing These Light. There Are No Existing Utility Poles To Attach Street Lights.

(Northwest Neighbors Territories Organization)

Approved Street Light Request For Sullivan Road Between Lake Street And The Railroad Tracks

Neighbors In The Area Suggested After A Neighborhood Meeting.

Approved Request For Speed Limit Signs For The 700 Block Of Foran Lane.

Vehicles Travel At High Rate Of Speed In This Area – Katie Townsend – 745 Foran Lane.

Approved Request For “Blind Child” Sign At Beau Ridge Court-Beverly Woodworth-722 Beau Ridge Ct.

A Donation Of $5,000.00 From Ward 6 Budget To Carpenter’s Place – Aurora To Benefit Productive Individuals And Families.

A Donation Of $10,000.00 From Ward 6 Budget To Scitech For Dinosaur Exhibit

(A Resolution Authorizing A Grant To Scitech For The “Sue” Exhibit)

A Donation Of $2,000.00 From Ward 6 Budget To Citizens Neighborhood Improvements For Senior And Handicap Services.

Approved Request For “Handicap Child” Signs (The Big Yellow Sign) To Be Placed At Each Corner Of Oak Avenue Between Plum Street And Illinois Avenue

Valeria Konrady, 607 Oak Avenue.

Organized Rsvp-River Shore Vision Plan Committee-Advocate River Green Space, Development & Quality Standards.

A Resolution Designating Gillette Avenue Between Florida Avenue And Illinois Avenue As Honorary “Prentiss Thompson Avenue”.

Approved Request For Crosswalks/Stripping For The Intersection Of Foran Lane And Old Indian Trail – Northwest Neighbors.

Approved Street Light For Foran Lane Between Old Indian Trail And Illinois Avenue – Alderman Saville Called This Directly To The Director Of The Street Department- 5 Lights To Be Installed.

Approved Street Light In Front Of The 700 And 800 Blocks Of Hammond Avenue Between Illinois Avenue And Florida Avenue – Rick Albright, Chester Shaw, Mabel Gordon And Tamara Crump.

A Resolution Authorizing A Grant To Citizens For Neighborhood Improvement – Helped Sponsor With Alderman

($12,500)

Citizens for Neighborhood Improvements has asked for financial assistance to help senior citizens/handicapped who are unable to maintain their property.

Approved Request For “Visually Impaired Child In Area” Sign For The Area Near 1490 Eastwood Drive – Rickey & Debra Terrell

A Resolution Awarding A Contract For The Area 3a West Illinois Avenue Sanitary And Storm Sewer Improvements Project In The Amount Of $1,821,358.00.

(Near West Area)

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associate, Inc For The Area 3a (West Illinois) Storm And Sanitary Sewer Improvements Design And Construction Engineering Services.

(Near West Neighbors Area) $218,000.

A Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Execute An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. For The Area 3b (West Park) Storm And Sanitary Sewer Improvements Design And Construction Engineering Services.

(Near West Neighbors) $491,000

Proclamation For Anne Bernice Christmas Day, Sunday, July 25, 2004.

(100th Birthday) (Tamara Covington Is The Granddaughter To Anne Bernice Christmas)

Sponsored Handicap Ramp With The Help Of R. C. Wegman Construction For Marie Wilkinson, 648 North View Street (648 Marie Wilkinson Blvd)

Letter from Sheila Scott-Wilkinson for the beautiful ramp that has enhanced the quality of life for Marie Wilkinson.

Approved Request For Street Light For Sullivan Road Between Randall Road And Elmwood Drive

Nancy Brothers, 1420 Golden Oaks Parkway

Approved Request For Street Light For Oak Avenue Between Plum Street And Illinois Avenue

Sherry Towers, 625 Oak Avenue

Approved Request For Street Light For Penn Avenue Between West Park Avenue And Plum Street

Was Called In By Alderman Saville.

Approved Request For Street Light For Iowa Avenue From Illinois Avenue North To The Dead End

Was Called In By Alderman Saville.

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located The Nec Of Richard Street And Lancaster Avenue From R-3 One Family Dwelling To P-Park/Open Space

(Fox Valley Park District). (New Park)

A Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 605 Howard Avenue, Aurora, Illinois.

(Seller-Geraldine Posey, 709 N Edgelawn)

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of Real Estate Known As 605 Howard Avenue (South Half), Aurora, Illinois.

(Johnnie & Rebecca Armstrong, 913 Hoyt-$1.00)

Organized Meeting To Complete Fvpd Bike Path Between Gilmore Trail & North Ave. (Fvpd, Forest Preserve, Riverwalk Commission & R.H. Anderson & Associates) August 2004

A Resolution Authorizing The Sale Of Real Estate Known As 605 Howard Avenue (North Half), Aurora, Illinois.

(Ernesto G & Eva Duran, 607 Howard-$1.00)

National Night Out – America’s Night Out Against Crime, August 3, 2004 From 7:00 P.M. To 9:00 P.M. Blocked Off Commonwealth Avenue Between Golden Oaks Parkway And Colorado Avenue

(Allocated $100 From 6th Ward Committee Funds)

For residents in Arrowwood and surrounding older homes.

An Ordinance Approving Revisions To The City Of Aurora Code Of Ordinances Chapter 43 Subdivisions Article I, Section 43-8 Definitions By The City Of Aurora

(Dealing With Plat Act Splits, Limiting Plat Act Splits)

Limiting the ability to sub-divide a lot into two or more parts.

An Ordinance Approving A Text Amendment To The Aurora Zoning Ordinance To Change Section 7.1 (10.1) By The City Of Aurora (Kdwk – 04.179 – Sp)

(Sec. 7 – Special Uses) (Sec. 10.1 – Inter-Track Wagering Facility Location)

04-08-18: 1100 Penn Avenue – Bill Martner – Drainage Concerns At Corner – Alderman Saville

A Resolution Amending The Reconversion Incentive Program. (Increased Dollar Amount Per Unit, $28,000 To 30,000 1st Unit, $25,000 To 33,000 2nd Unit And $22,000 To 29,000 3rd Unit.)

Must show negative impact in neighborhood in its current state, be built as single family or duplex then divided. Restored to the original single family use.

Approve The Request For Handicap Parking Sign For 222 Williams Street.

Approve The Request For A Left Turn Restriction At Lake Street Going North And Turning Left Onto New York Street Pending The Final Approval By Idot Instead Of The Request For A Left Turn On Lake Street Going North And Turning Left Onto New York Street.

A Resolution Adopting A Water Conservation And Weatherization Expansion Program – Amount Not To Exceed $1500/2000 From The Cdbg Fund For Seniors And Income Qualified Residents.

“Community Contacts Inc. currently runs program in the city and provides grants and installs energy conservation measures to income qualified residents.”

A Resolution Awarding The Emergency Vehicle Pre-Emption Installation Project To Meade Electric Company, Inc. In The Amount Of $104,736.00.

(Sponsored The City Moving Forward For Pre-Emption Of Traffic Signal For Emergency Vehicles)

Approved Request For Curb Painting By Driveways On The 400 Block Of Oak Avenue On The East Side Of The Street Across From No Parking Signs. Parking Too Close To Driveways, There Has Been Accidents Because Of This – Amy Soprych.

(Across From Mutual Ground)

A Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program In The Amount Of $70,000.00 For 700 North View Street, Amjad & Tahir Ghafoor, Owners.

(Former West Side Fish Market) (Back to single family)

A Resolution Amending Benefits Under The Reconversion Incentive Program Guidelines For Fy2002 Participants Only.

“City deems it necessary to continue the incentive program and to assist those who participate in the reconversion incentive program in year 2002 and receiving an IRS 1099 form from the City this year”

A Resolution To Award The Foran Lane, Second Street, Laurel Drive, Greenfield Villages And Timber Lake Sewer Project.

(Sewer Repair)

Approved Request For No Parking Between The Hours Of 2:00 A.M. And 5:00 A.M. For Both Sides Of Sunset Avenue Between Wilder Street And Oak Avenue – Daniel Ewen- 235 Sunset Ave.

A Resolution Authorizing The Expenditures Of Funds For The Drainage Projects Fund For Improvements To Colorado Avenue From Palace Street To Highland Avenue.

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 13 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Cigarettes, Cigars And Tobacco” – Eliminate These Establishments Next To School.

“A license shall not be denied solely because of the license location if the subject location is within one hundred (100) feet of a school, child care facility, or other building used exclusively for education or recreational programs for person under the age of 18 years”

Removal Of The No Parking Signs On The South Side Of Plum Street Between Highland Avenue And May Street – Approved March 18, 2003.

An Ordinance Declaring Necessity For Transfer Of Real Estate By Kane County To The City Of Aurora (906 Hoyt Avenue) (John C (Buddy) Bauman Iii)

Fb02.68 – 10/23/02 – Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Palace Street Monuments Project. (Bids Rejected For The Next Four Years!)

Not in conformance with Engineer cost estimates

Sponsored Amendment To Include Two (2) Car Garages-For Example In Instances Where Joco And Other Agencies Are Involved To Rehab Older Homes In Older Neighborhoods.

R02.431 – 9/10/02 – Resolution Accepting The Bid Of Electrical Contractor, Inc., In The Amount Of $32,680.00 For The Purchase Of A Handicap Accessible Parking Booth For The Stolp Island Garage For Motor Vehicle Parking Systems.

R02.262 – 6/11/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 333 Plum Street.

R02.315 – 7/9/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Structure Located At 333 Plum Street (Thom Gravel & Excavating, Inc. $9,050.00)

R02.261 – 6/11/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Known As 641 Gillette Avenue.

R02.311 – 7/9/02 – Resolution To Execute A Real Estate Contract On 641 Gillette Avenue In The Amount Of $5,425.50. Sold To The Fox Valley Park District.

R02.211 – R02.334 – 7/23/02 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Poles And Porcelain Panels From Bell & Gustus, Inc. And Pg Bell, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed $100,00.00 For The Living Museum Project For The Division Of Downtown Development – Riverwalk

R02.378 – 8/27/02 – Resolution Accepting The Dedication Of A Utility Easement Over A Portion Of Vacated Oak Avenue Right Of Way Located North Of The Intersection Of Oak Avenue And Sunset Avenue.

O02.064 – 6/11/02 – An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensively Rezoning Six Parcels On North River Street (Private Road), Just North Of Illinois Avenue, From M-1 Manufacturing – Limited To R-2 One Family Dwelling (River Street Downzoning)

O02.072 – 6/25/02 – An Ordinance Amending Division 4 Of Chapter 2 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Public Art Commission”.

Art projects/the total budget for the program shall not be less than $150,000.00 annually.

Pd02.215 – 12/17/02 – An Ordinance Vacating Easement At 1120 N Elmwood Drive In The City Of Aurora, Illinois. (Mr. Walter Hogan)

(Old Indian Trail Alignment & vacated)

R02.372 – 8/27/02 – Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program For 418 Palace Street In The Amount Of $42,000.00, Shawn Quinn, Owner.

R02.464 – 10/8/02 – Resolution Awarding The Colorado Water Main Replacement Project To R.A. Ubert Construction, Inc. In The Amount Of $359,984.70.

The Request To Extend The School Traffic 20 Mph Speed Limit Signs Up And Down Commonwealth Avenue. The School Is So Close To The Subdivision That People Are Not Seeing The 20 Mph Signage Until They Get Right Up To The School. It Should Be Extended North And South Of The School On Commonwealth (Make Sure Sign States While School Is In Session)

The Request For No Parking Signs To Be Installed For Foran Lane Between New Haven And Colorado On The West Side Of The Street.

Neighborhood Redevelopment – Reconversion Incentive Program For Mr. James Turner, 540 Wilder Street In The Amount Of $21,000.00

An Ordinance Amending Article Ii Of Chapter 2 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Entitled “Administration” – System Of Telecommunications For Each Aldermen.

R00.583 – 12/26/00 – Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program For 719 Wilder, Rene Padilla, Owner.

R01.492 – 9/25/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Alicia And Paul Dicaro (616 North View).

R01.492 – 9/25/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Alfonso Grado And Magdalena Sosa (616 North View).

R00.237 – Blocked Off Oak North Of Sunset, Dismantled Dead-End Street And Install Curbing, Sidewalks, Two Driveways, Landscaping And Berm For The Two Adjoining Neighbors The Wegehaupt And Petersons.

R01.435 – 8/28/01 – A Supplemental Resolution For Change Order No. 1 A Contract With Utility Dynamics Corporation For The Palace Historic Street Lighting Installation

S.S.A. #63 Project – $60,550.25.

R01.358 – 7/17/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Lights, Poles And Foundation For The Ssa #67, Palace Historic Street Lighting Project From Graybar, Naperville, Illinois In The Amount Of $39,262.30.

R01.559 – 10/23/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Jesus And Maria Lopez (400 Block North May Street).

O01.111 – 10/9/01 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 23-11 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances And Section 43-56 Of The Aurora Subdivision Control Ordinance Relative To School/Park – Land/Cash Contribution Reimbursements.

“City Council has determined that changing conditions, including but not limited to family size and land value, warrant a revision to the School/Park – Land/Cash dedication requirements.”

R01.548 – 10/9/01 – Resolution Updating The Per Acre Cost Of Land And The Estimated Population Generation Table For School/Park Land/Cash Dedication

Review of vacant land values of unimproved land has increased from 1995 $42,500 to 2001 $58,081.

R01.524 – 10/9/01 – Resolution Amending The Health Insurance Plan Document Effective January 1, 2002 – Increase/Broadening Benefits.

Grant For At Risk Youth From Ward 4 And Ward 6 Committee – Freshman Academy West Aurora High School – $500 (David Zine)

(6th Ward Fund)

R01.407 – 8/14/01 – Resolution To Award Highland Avenue Watermain Replacement Project To Dan Stokes Landscaping And Excavating In The Amount Of $256,125.00.

Sponsored An Amendment To Increase The Swimming Stones 2001 From One (1) To Four (4) Located At Stolp Avenue And Benton Street, Downtown Aurora.

S.S.A. – Penn Avenue Improvement Old Indian Trail To New Indian Trail.

(Curbing) – New

R01.320 – 6/26/01 – Resolution Authorizing The Transfer Of Surplus Property To Communities In Schools (400 Block Of May Street) To Build Single Family Residence.

Requesting The Section Of Colorado Avenue Between Elmwood Drive And Foran Lane, Sponsored That Says Colorado Avenue Not Roberts Street – Alderman Saville.

R01-040 – 1/30/01 – Resolution Concerning The Sale Of Surplus Municipal Property To John N. Walker (443-445 Plum Street) – Backyard.

Sponsored With The Fox Valley Park District The Installation Of Brand New Sidewalks In Greene Park Bound By The Streets Of Lancaster, Hoyt And Russell.

Sponsored Installation Of Street Lights Bounded By Greene Park Along Lancaster, Hoyt And Russell.

O02.30 – 4/9/02 – An Ordinance Establishing A Special Service Area (Ssa) For The Palace Historic District For The Installation Of Historic Street Light Improvements And Historic Monument Signs.

R02.001 – 1/8/02 – Resolution Regarding The Compostition Of The Aurora City Council And Authorizing Referendum To Be Placed On The Ballot For The March 19, 2002 General Primary – Expand 2 More Wards.

01-08-28: 735 Tinley Drive – Continous Ponding Along Curbline – Leland Hayward – Alderman Saville.

R00.095 – 3/14/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate Located At 116-118 Cedar Street

$173,000.00.

R00.096 – 3/14/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure Owned By The City Of Aurora And Located At 116-118 Cedar, Awarded To Thom Gravel And Excavating In An Amount Not To Exceed $11,200.00.

R00.178 – 4/25/00 – Resolution Awarding Contract To Swallow Construction Corporation For The Riddle Highlands Sanitary And Storm Sewer Improvements Project In The Amount Of $1,759,418.00.00

R00.175 – 4/25/00 – Resolution Awarding Contract To Dan Stokes Landscaping & Excavating Co. For The Foran Lane Water Main Replacement From Illinois Avenue To Richard Street In The Amount Of $198,291.00.

R00.123 – 3/28/00 – Resolution Entering Into An Agreement With Rempe-Sharpe Consulting Engineers For Design And Construction Engineering Services For Special Service Area #66 Foran Lane Improvements, $47,600.00 For Engineering Design & $52,400.00 For Construction Engineering.

R00.317 – 07/11/00 – A Resolution Authorizing An Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City Of Aurora And Acca Regarding Sesquicentennial Park.

(Sponsored Conditions – Paramount & Sesquicentennial Park)

For expansion and improvement on Galena Blvd adjacent to ACCA’s Paramount Arts Center and across from North Island Center.

R00.323 – 7/18/00 – Resolution To Enter Into A Supplemental Agreement With Dan Stokes Excavating & Landscaping For Sewer And Water Service Installation On Foran Lane From New Haven To Old Indian Trail Not To Exceed $45,000.00.

R00.465 – 10/10/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Enter Into An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. In An Amount Not To Exceed $22,000.00 For Engineering Services For The Removal Of Sump Pump And Downspouts From The Sanitary Sewer System In The Riddle Highlands Subdivision.

Ordinance For The Establishment Of A Special Service Area Number O00.042 – 5/3/00 – 66a(Foran-New Haven); O00.043 – 5/3/00 – 66b(West Side Foran); O00.044 – 5/3/00 – 66c(North Foran Lane); O00.045 – 5/3/00 – 66d(N.E. Foran/Richards) Kane County, In The City Of Aurora Following Notice And Public Hearing In Connection Therewith.

R00.321 – 7/18/00 – Resolution Awarding Contract To Geneva Construction Company For Special Service Area No. 66 (Foran Lane) $1,048,086.70.

R00.276 – 6/27/00 – Resolution Appropriating An Additional $14,000.00 Of Mft Funds For The Traffic Signal Installation At U.S. Route 34 & Farnsworth Avenue.

O00.145 – 11/14/00 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 48, Article Ii Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Regarding Municipal Utility Service. Making Sure That New Home Buyers Are Responsible With The Sellers City Bills.

Under the Aurora City Code the city water account associated with property runs with the property and if an individual sells property but doesn’t pay outstanding balance the liability passes to new owner. This requires the seller of property to pay final water bill prior to City issuing transfer stamp.

O00.146 – 11/14/00 – An Ordinance Amending Chapter 44, Article X Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Regarding Real Estate Transfer Tax. Making Sure That New Home Buyers Are Not Responsible With The Sellers City Bills.

Proposed ordinance require the city accounts associated with property be fully paid before transfer of property.

R00.236 – 5/23/00 – Resolution Authorizing The Traffic Engineer To Close, By Barricade, Oak Avenue Northerly Of Sunset Avenue.

(Into Northgate Shopping Center)

“This little used unofficial access to Northgate is invalid from both a health and safety traffic pattern standpoint and is neither a platted nor a designed entrance for Northgate.”

R00.496 – 10/24/00 – Resolution Changing Nantucket, Huntington And Coventry From Two-Way To One-Way.

R00.117 – 3/28/00 – Resolution Authorizing Assistance Under The Reconversion Incentive Program For 626-630 Wilder Street, Daniel Kiro, Owner.

($42,000)

O00.056 – 5/23/00 – An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensively Rezoning The Orchard Avenue From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-2 One Family Dwelling And Park/Open Space

(Downzoning).

O00.112 – 9/26/00 – An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Comprehensively Rezoning The Area On Highland Avenue Between New Haven And Florida From R-4 Two Family Dwelling To R-3 One Family Dwelling

(Downzoning).

O00.113 – 9/26/00 – An Ordinance Changing The Name Of A Portion Of Orchard Avenue To Lyon Court.

R00.557 – 12/12/00 – Resolution Approving And Accepting A Proposed Amendment To The Fox Walk Overlay Zoning District Intent, Rules And Regulations

(Riverwalk)

“Proposed modification to the Fox Walk Overlay District intent, rules and regulations will assist the City of Aurora in implementing its goals and objectives within this comprehensive plan.”

98-07-05a: Investigation For Illegal Downspout Hookups On Sunset In The 200 & 300 Blocks – Alderman Saville

(Sanitary Sewer Rehab. Project)

U-Haul On North Lake Street Installed New Landscaping In Parkway To Upgrade The Aesthetics.

New Fence Installed Around The Grocery Store On Backyards Of New Haven

Amended Membership Of Design Review Committee Will Include One (1) At-Large Member At All Times.

 R99.464 – 11/23/99 – Resolution Amending R93-427 Regarding The Foxwalk Overlay District Design Review Committee. Change The Resolution Establishing The Makeup Of The Drc To Eleven Members, At Least Three Can Be Design Professionals, Who Either Live Or Work In The City Of Aurora.  By Design Professionals, This Means Preferably Architects, But Also Possibly Landscape Architects, Or Even Contractors, Which Specialize In Restoring Old Buildings.

R99.517 – 12/14/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate 443-445 Plum Street

$89,900.00.

R99.543 – 12/28/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Single Family Structure Located At 443 Plum Street.

R99.544 – 12/28/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Two Family Structure Located At 445 Plum Street.

R99.516 – 12/14/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estated 331 Plum Street

$56,500.00.

R99.542 – 12/28/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Single Family Structure Located At 331 Plum Street.

R99.530 – 12/28/99 – Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With Save Outdoor Sculpture – Memory Sculptures On Newyork Street Bridge – Heritage Preservation And The City Of Aurora.

Save Outdoor Sculpture, Heritage Preservation awarded City of Aurora $20,000 matching grant for the Memory Sculpture on New York Street Bridge.

R99.342 – 8/10/99 – Resolution Approving The Allocation Of $17,500 To Hill School For Renovation Of Hill School Playground

Playground in need of repair, school raised a significant portion of the funds and the 6th ward committee recommended financial support ($17,500.00) for this project.

R99.229 – 6/8/99 – Resolution To Accept The Bid Of M.I.C. Inc. In The Amount Of $81,951 For The Pillar Reconstruction In The Riddle Highlands Historic District.

R99.211 – 6/1/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Alderman And City Clerk To Enter Into An Agreement To Purchase Real Estate Located At 628 Wilder Street

$41,000.00.

R99.322 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Vacant Structure Owned By The City Of Aurora Located At 628 Wilder Street And Awarded To Dan Stokes Landscape And Excavating In The An Amount Not To Exceed $7,900.

R99.315 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. For Engineering Services For Sewer Separation In Riddle Highlands Area In An Amount Not To Exceed $226,000.

R99.312 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Approving The Allocation Of $17,133 To Todd School For Renovation Of Todd School Playground.

Playground in need of renovation, school raised a significant portion of the funds and the 6th ward committee recommended financial support ($17,133.00) for this project.

R99.284 – 7/13/99 – Resolution For Entering Into A Contract With Geneva Construction Company For 1999 Citywide Curb And Gutter, Drive Approach And Sidewalk Replacement Program New Haven (Ssa) Improvement, Iowa Avenue To View Street In The Amount Of $33,822.

R99.050 – 2/23/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement With Schoppe Design Associates For Rotary Plaza And Downtown Walkway

(Riverwalk)

R99.315 – 7/27/99 – Resolution Authorizing The Excution Of An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler Associates, Inc. For Engineering Services For Sewer Separation In Riddle Highlands Area In An Amount Not To Exceed $226,000.00.

R99.284 – 7/13/99 – Resolution For Entering Into A Contract With Geneva Construction Company For 1999 Citywide Curb And Gutter, Drive Approach And Sidewalk Replacement Program New Haven Improvement, Iowa Avenue To View Street In The Amount Of $33,822.00.

Huntington Drive Just West Of Coventry Place Will Be Closed Permanently.

Owner of Multi-Family Complex asked the City of Aurora to permanently close this street as it passes through the complex and the complex feel it would benefit itself as well as the family homes in the area.

Vacation Of Stub Streets: Calumet, Sirius, Fordham And Sheldon- North Of Colorado. (Property Owners: Calumet – David & Gyda Stoner & Ray Stoner, Sirius – Felpe & Carmen Rocha And Angel & Martha Perez. Fordham – Eugene Hamling And Rubin Hubbard. Sheldon – Gerardo Ruiz And Macedonia Temple).

Resolution For Awarding A Contract For 1998 Community Development Block Grant Sidewalk And Drive Approach Replacement Project – East Side Of Oak Street Between Illinois And West Park

$25,000.00.

Resolution For Awarding Contract To Dan Stokes Excavating & Landscaping Co. For The Illinois And View Storm Sewer Project

$1,180,258.30 – Storm Sewer Trunk Line

Ordinance Amending Chapter 13 Of The Code Of Ordinances Of The City Of Aurora Entitled “Cigarettes, Cigars And Tobacco”.

O98-02 January 13, 1998

Penalty-any person who violates this chapter upon conviction will be punished. License Cigarette/Tobacco dealer-no person shall cell tobacco products without a license issued by city treasurer. Sale to minors-no person shall sell/furnish tobacco products to minor under 18 years of age, not located near schools.

4-Way Stop Sign – Approved At Sunset And Oak – Riddle Highlands.

4-Way Stop Sign Approved At Elmwood And Eastwood – Golden Oaks Appealed

Successfully

Resolution Authorizing An Agreement With Robert H Anderson & Associates, Inc. For The Permitting Of The West Bank Of The West Channel For The Foxwalk – $71,100.00.

(Riverwalk)

Resolution Authorizing A Professional Services Agreement With Schoppe Design Associates For Design Services For The Permitting Of The West Bank Of The West Channel For The Foxwalk

$6,500.00. (Riverwalk)

Resolution For Authority To Make Payment For Windows Installed In Foxwalk Related Construction At The North Island Apartments

$26,072.67. (Riverwalk)

Amended New Waste Hauler/Recycle Contract To Include Household Batteries As A Recyclable Material.

(For Residents)

O98.94 – 10/25/98 – An Ordinance Amending Sections 5, 6 And 10, No. 3100 Aurora Zoning Ordinance Regarding Legal Non-Conforming Zoning Lots-Sponsored Change Amendment To Increase Percentage Of Required Buildable From 60% To 80% Adopted 10-25-98.

(Increased quality lot size standards)

Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement By And Among The City Of Aurora, Aurora Downtown And The Aurora Rotary Club – Rotary Club Amount $30,000 Share – Aurora Downtown Amount $21,000 Share Rotary Plaza.

(Riverwalk)

Resolution Authorizing The Execution Of An Agreement With R H Anderson & Associates, Inc. For Rotary Plaza And Downtown Walkway.

(Riverwalk)

Request For The Posting Of “No Parking” Signs On The East Side Of Wilder Between Vine And Cedar.

Post “No Parking, Stopping, Standing” Signs On The West Side Of Penn North Of Illinois Adjacent To Hill School.

Traffic Study Request For The Intersection Of West New York Street And Oak Avenue To Consider Placing The Appropriate Signage Going Westbound On West New York Indicating The One-Way Turns Into A Two-Way.

Street Light Request For Additional Street Lights On Foran Lane Between Robert And Old Indian Trail.  Also, Take A Look At The Number Of Street Lights And Also To Increase Luminaires.

Ordinance Amending Sections 5, 6, & 10 Of Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance.

New section 6 nonconforming zoning lots, structures and uses. (New Quality Standards)

Resolution Endorsing The East Aurora School District 131 Referendum

Supported.

Co-Sponsored With Alderman Chuck Nelson – Green Park Neighborhood Association

(Had First Neighborhood Meeting June 1998) (Held Neighborhood Festival Sept. 1998).

Televisted Sanitary Sewer System In Riddle Highlands, Sunset & Wilder City Found Watermain In Middle And Had It Moved. Emergnecy Repairs To A 14-Inch Water Main And 24-Inch Sanitary Sewer Located At The Intersection Of Lawndale And Wilder Street.

Sponsored Illegal Downspouts Study With Storm/Sanitary Sewer In Riddle Highlands, To Be Completed December 1998. Recommended Approval Of A Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With Walter Deuchler & Associates – Amount $27,000.00.

Co-Sponsored 1999 Budget:

1) New Planner Who’s Responsibility Is Working On Down Zoning Citywide Only.

2) Inspectors For Inspections Department.

3) Allocated $50,000 For Consultant On Illegal Downspouts.

4) $50,000 Impact And Transition Fee Study.

5) Co-Sponsored Allocating An Additional $200,000 Density Reduction Citywide For A Total Of $400,000.00.

Co-Sponsored Historic Preservation Intern In City Budget For 1998.

Recommended Approval Of An Appeal Of The Denial Of A Request For Crossing Guard At Indian Trail And Elmwood For Smith School.

Drainage Improvements For California & Colorado Street

(Changing Backs On 18 Inlets And Adding 2 New Inlets).

Resolution Concerning Allocation Of The City’s Share Of The Riverboat Caming Admission Tax Receipts.

Letters To Residents Interested In Acquiring A Portion Of 407-411 North May Street – Sent By Scott Mccleary.

(Marvin & Debbie Cassel, 525 West Park; Ismael & Martha Bobadilla, 515 West Park; Jesse & Marie Vazquez, 517 West Park; Nicholas Weber, 449 Palace)

Sponsored Establishing Neighborhood Organization For Lancaster, Robert, Richard, Taylor And Foran Lane Organization.

(Greene Park Neighbors)

Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located At 407, 409, 411, 413 & 415 N May From R-4 Two Family Residential District To R-3 Single Family Residential District.

Resolution To Purchase 616 North View – 3 Units.

Resolution To Demo Property At 616 North View.

Sent request to City Clerk to see if resolutions for both purchase and demo are in their records.

Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance And The Zoning Map Attached Thereto, By Rezoning Property Located At 616 N View Street From R-4 Two Family Residential To R-3 Single Family Residential District.

O97-20 March 23, 1997

Resolution Concerning The Sale Of Surplus Municipal Property To Various Individuals (407-411 May Street)

(Nicholas Weber, Marvin And Debbie Cassel, Isamiel And Martha Bobadilla, Jesse And Maria Vazquez).

Resolution Accepting Proposal From David M Griffith & Associates Ltd. To Develop Alternative Revenue Sources – Impact Fees For New Development

Resolution For Awarding Contract For The Orchard Avenue And The Vine Street Ssa Improvements

$108,965.00. (New Street, Curb & Gutters) R97-349 September 9, 1997

Resolution For Entering Into An Agreement With Franklin G Defazio, P.C. Consulting Engineer For Professional Engineering Services For The Canoe Chute

$53,608.64.

Resolution For Awarding Contract Russell Avenue Reconstruction From New Haven Ssa North To Dead End, Alternate #1

$284,870.50. (Street, curb & gutter)

96/4/1: Russell Circle Water Main Extension – Jerome Kramer – 1058 Russell Circle.

Resolution For Awarding Contract For The Riddle Highlands Street Lighting Project

$212,706.00. R97-165 May 13, 1997 (Historic District Lights)

Ewq Committee Held A Meeting To Discuss The Turkey Creek Watershed For The Cameo Park Residents After The ’96 Flood-February 1997.

 Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, Article Vii, Section 47-68 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances Regarding Trees, Shrubs And Weeds

(Increased Fines For Non Compliance)

Resolution For Awarding Contract For The Replacement Of Sanitary Sewers On Sunset Avenue

$49,695.00.

Ordinance Amending Sections 5.11-1, 12.4-4, 13.2-4.7, And 13.3-5.7 Of Ordinance Number 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance, To Establish Requirements For The Screening Of Exterior Storage Areas & Sponsored Amendment To The Ordinance Regarding Sections.

Exterior yard of property along public right of way and storage 60 ft. or less from right of way. Exterior yard located across street from property zoned/developed residential/public park. Exterior yard located across from alley zoned/developed residential/public park.

Resolution Concerning Funding For Foxwalk Project.

Foxwalk project is currently being funded from a portion of riverboat gaming admission taxes received by the city, the alderman and city council are currently reviewing funding for the RIVERWALK.

Resolution Accepting Addendum Four To A Contract With Hitchcockk Design Group For Urban Desgin Services To Finalize The River Level Foxwalk Permit Application

(Riverwalk)

Resolution Accepting Addendum Six To A Contract With Robert H Anderson & Assoc For Engineering Services To Finalize The Riverwalk Permit Application.

Riverwalk Commission Sponsored Fundraiser And Ribbon Cutting For Tivoli Plaza

Resolution Authorizing A Change Order To The Parking Garage Construction Contract, For The Tivoli Plaza, Phase Ii.

Resolution Concerning Allocation Of The City’s Share Of The Riverboat Gaming Admission Tax Receipts.

Resolution Authorizing The Purchase Of Real Estate – 409-411 North May Street And 413-417 North May Street In The Amount Of $272,950.00.

Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure And The Performance Of Related Site Work For Property Owned By The City Of Aurora And Located At 407-411 North May Street

$15,000.00. (R96-326 August 1996)

Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure And The Performance Of Related Site Work For Property Owned By City Of Aurora And Located At 413-415 North May Street

$12,000.00. (R96-327 August 1996)

Resolution Proposing The Establishment Of A Special Service Area Number Thirty-Five (Riddle Highlands Historic District) To The City Of Aurora And Providing For A Public Hearing And Other Procedures In Connection Therewith.

(Historic Street Lights)

Of 120 owners 63 were in favor, 22 opposed and 35 owners no response. The SSA is for a period of 15 years with a 60/40 split with the owners paying 40 percent.

Resolution For Awarding Contract For Roadway Lighting Improvements For Lake Street (Illinois Route 31 Between Sullivan & Illinois Avenue).

Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Traffic Signal Installation At Nantucket And Indian Trail Intersection.

Resolution To Award Contract To Vigil Cook & Son For Traffic Signal Installation At Indian Trail And Nantucket – Amount $52,369.34.

Recommendation To Do A Gradeall In The Ditch-Line Of The 1200 And 1300 Blocks Of Randall Road And Investigate Walgreens Drainage.

Recommendation To Install Storm Sewer On 700 Block Of Richard Street.

Recommendation For Advertise For Bids For The Sunset Avenue Sanitary Sewer Replacement Oak To Palace Project.

Amended Boca Property Maintenance Code Re: Dead And Dying Trees.

For all properties except those single family the tree shall be removed at least one foot below grade with black dirt and seeding required up to grade level.

Projected Water Main Replacement For Manor Between Oak And Highland – Harry Linden & Sons

$132,817.00.

Contract Addendum No. 2 Agreement Between The City Of Aurora And Robert H Anderson & Associates, Inc. Dated September 21, 1993. Created To Provide Professional Engineering Service For Preliminary Conceptual Engineering And Application For And Receipt Of Permits To The Subsequent Construction Of The River Level Of The Aurora Foxwalk Project – Not To Exceed $15,000.00 For All Three (3) Steps

(Riverwalk)

Recommendation To Advertise For Bids For The Colorado Water Main Replacement Randall To Elmwood.

Supported Budget Request For Usnscc (Navy League) Aurora, Illinois

$6,500.00.

Supported Budget Request For Summer Youth Program At Hill School

$17,000.00.

Sponsored Gun Buy Back Program Second Year

$15,000.00. (Not Implemented)

Co-Sponsored With Police Department The Creation Of Near West Neighbors.

Fans, Exhaust, Ventilation – Sponsored Amendment – To Provide Exhaust For Kitchens Where There Is No Ventilation.

Provision requiring kitchen exhaust system for apartment construction where no direct openable windows are present.

Resolution Approving Condition Added With “Fha Guidelines”. Condition 1: That The Rental Of Any Of The Townhome Units Be Handled Through The Homeowners Association Of Their Designated Representative (Realtor). Condition 2: That Homeowner Occupancy Be Maintained At A Level Consistent With The Federal Housing Administration Approved Guidelines, To Ensure That The Secondary Mortgage Market Will Always Be Available To The Development.

Supported – Resolution Authorizing Execution Of An Agreement With Mutual Ground, Inc., For A New Facility On The Mercy Center Hospital Campus, $75,000.00 – 1st Of 3 Years.

R94-366 September 20, 1994

A Resolution Awarding Contract To Geneva Construction Company In The Amount Of $343,965.45 For Traffic Signal Installation At Indian Trail And Church To Be Done Now And At Indian Trail And Highland In The Spring – + Info.

R94-374 September 20, 1994

404 Manor Place – Drainage Problems At Intersection Of Manor And Iowa – Catch Basin Is To High For Street – Al Theis – 897-5394 – Alderman Saville.

Resolution For Accepting Proposal For Design And Construction Engineering For The Promenade $9,200.00.

R94-174 (Riverwalk)

Hutter & Trankina Engineering Co submitted proposal for $7,700.00 for design engineering and $1,500.00 for construction engineering.

Resolution Accepting Addendum One To The Contract With Robert H. Anderson & Associates For Engineering Service And Addenda One And Two To A Contract With Hitchcock Design Group For Urban Design/Management Services

R94-350 September 6, 1994 – (Riverwalk)

94-08-04: Sewage In Basement – 212 Plum Street – Tom Otte – Alderman Saville – Ward 6 – Televised And Repaired.

94-09-01: 950 N Elmwood – Drainage Problem Caused By Detention Area That Is Being Built Behind This Property – Al Oestreicher – Alderman Saville.

(Address for Mr. Oestreicher is 950 N Elmwood Drive, family home)

Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Division 5 Entitled “Riverwalk Commission”, Of The Code Of Ordinance Of The City Of Aurora.

O94-46 May 17, 1994

Supported Reconversion Incentive Program. Density Reduction.

Adopted R94-50 2/15/94 – Amending R94-509 12/20/94

Eligible properties must be located within the city’s target areas; originally built as single family or duplex (but later divided into more) and restored to originally use with quality plans.

Resolution Authorizing A Gun Buy Back Program $15,000.00 – 256 Guns Turned In, Plus Ammunition Destroyed

R94-212 – 5/17/94.

Resolution For Water Main Replacement – Lakelawn Between Lake And Highland

R94-440 – 11/8/94 – $206,284.00 – To Harry Linden & Sons.

Supported Increase Of Density Reduction Allocation From $500,000.00 To $1 Million For Fiscal 1994.

Graphics – Riverwalk & Hollywood Casino – To Create Downtown Brochure, Downtown Painting & Downtown Over-Look To: Hang On Wall Inside Of Casino.

Supported Wayside Mission’s Attempt To Purchase Knights Of Columbus And Expand Their Program For Women And Children

(City Council Approved, Alderman – Veto)

Resolution Approving And Accepting A Contract Between The City Of Aurora And Hitchcock Design Group For River Level Foxwalk Design

R93-337 – 9/21/93 – $26,900.00. (Riverwalk)

Resolution Approving And Accepting A Contract Between The City Of Aurora And Robert H. Anderson & Associates For The River Level Foxwalk Engineering

R93-338 – 9/21/93 – $105,370.00. (Riverwalk)

Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement To Purchase Fountain From Hall Fountains, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida In The Amount Not To Exceed $8,000.00

R93-340 – 9/21/93.

Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With W.E. Mundy Landscaping For Foxwalk Improvements At Pinney Street In An Amount Not To Exceed $30,000.00

R93-341 – 9/21/93.

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Water Main Replacement And Looping Project To Harry Linden & Son, 307 Woolworth, Yorkville, Illinois, In The Amount Of $139,916.50

R93-343 – 9/21/93 –

Northpark Avenue – From Highland To Lake – Water Main Project.

Resolution Approving And Accepting The Request For Proposals For Engineering Of The River Level Foxwalk.

R93-76 March 2, 1993 (Riverwalk)

Resolution Concerning Allocation Of City’s Share Of Riverboat Caming Admission Tax Receipts.

R93-75 March 2, 1993

City’s share of Riverboat Gaming Admission tax receipts were allocated as follows: ACCA 30%; RIVERWALK Commission 30%; AACTC 10%; Public Arts Commission 10%; Museums 10%; Downtown Special Events 10%

Re: Sb 85-Supported & Urged The State Of Illinois To Deny The Elimination Of Home Rule Authority On Pesticides – Letter From Joanne R. Mac Donald 4/10/93

State Elminated Home Rule City Authority.

A Resolution For Addendum Number 1 To Bishop Park/Heritage Sanitary Sewer Agreement. Agreement With Walter Deucler & Associates, Inc. – Construction Guidance And Increase Not To Exceed Amount Of The Agreement From $61,000 To $130,000.00.

R93-115 April 6, 1993

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Rehabilitation Of Sanitary Sewers In The Bishop Park/North Lake Manor Areas And Heritage Subdivision Project

R93-178 – 5/18/93 – $857,478.00.

Resolution Accepting A Permanent Drainage Easement From Lawrence And Candace Ross – Golden Oaks.

R93-198 June 1, 1993 1186 Red Oak Trail

Resolution Accepting A Permanent Drainage Easement From Richard And Carla Bates – Golden Oaks.

R93-199 June 1, 1993 1182 Red Oak Trail

A Resolution Authorizing The Demolition Of A Structure Located At 742 North View Street Aurora, Illinois

R93-175 – 5/18/93 – $6,500.00. (Fire damaged house)

Installation Of No Parking Signs On The West Side Of The 600 Block Of North Lancaster

Barber Green Park.

Recommendation For Approval Of 1993 Storm Water Drainage Improvement Project – 1) Morton – Frost Electric Co. Inc. – 2) Russell – From Old Indian On The Westerly Side Of The Railroad Tracks

Mr & Mrs Brown – 1061 Russell Avenue – 8/4/93.

Re: Huntington Lift Station: Elimination Of Huntington Lift Station – As Per The Agreement With The City Of Aurora And The Developer For Golden Oaks Subdivision – When Unit 4 Of Golden Oaks Subdivision Was Developed Huntington Lift Station Would Be Eliminated And A Gravity Fed System Would Take Over. As Of August 13, 1993, This Was Accomplished. The City Crews Completed The Removal And Restoration On August 23, 1993 – Memo – Steve Meyer – August 23, 1993.

Resolution To Enter Into An Agreement With Geneva Construciton Company For Foxwalk Improvements At Pinney Street – Not To Exceed $20,000.00 Which Includes Earth Excavation, Topsoil, Sod, Pcc Sidewalk And Bituminous Walkway.

R93-336 September 14, 1993 (Riverwalk Design)

Ordinance Amending Section R-115 And Adding Section R210.1, With Regard To Standards For Detached Garages And Carports, To The Aurora Building Code, Being Article Ii Of Chapter 12 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances.

O93-88 October 5, 1993 (No new carports)

To establish requirements for principal and other doorways of detached garages to have closing doors to help protect the public safety and general welfare.

Resolution Authorizing Purchase Of Historic Street Light Poles For The Central Business District From Englewood Electrical Supple Company.  R93-195 June 1, 1993

(Riverwalk Design)

Provide aesthetic appearance in the city’s business district to promote positive image for the city and potential investors.

Resolution Approving And Accepting A Cost Sharing Arrangement Between The City Of Aurora And Hollywood Casino Aurora, Inc., For River Level Foxwalk Engineering

R93-398 – 11/2/93 – $35,123.00

Resolution Establishing Foxwalk Overlay District

R93-426 – 11/23/93.

Ordinance Foxwalk Overlay Districts – 093-99 – 11/23/93.

To guide development and river walk. (Riverwalk Design Standards for Downtown)

Resolution Establishing The Foxwalk Overlay District Design Review Committee

R93-427 – 11/23/93. (Riverwalk)

Committee will be made up of 11 persons and shall be owners of property within the Foxwalk district, businesses within the Foxwalk district and be executive/managerial employees of businesses within the Foxwalk district.

Ewq 93-07-06: Mr & Mrs Brown – 1061 North Russell Avenue – Flooding Between Their Rear Property Line And The Railroad Tracks – Alderman Saville – 11/18/93.

Supported And Helped Prepare – Downtown Call To Action – Document And Recommendations

For Development

Kccdap – Sponsored 3rd Year Funding – A Resolution Authorizing The City Of Aurora To Enter Into An Agreement With The County Of Kane For The Foxwalk Pursuant To The City’s Application For A Kane County Community Development Assistance Program (Kccdap) Grant.

Foxwalk Focus – Contract With Mcelroy & Associates

Kay Severinson. (Riverwalk Newsletter)

Supported Resolution For Construction Of Boardwalk For Ssa #15 – Pinney Street

$110,850.00 With The Wrap Around Of Boardwalk.

Sponsored Conditions Of The Greater Midwest Development Corporation/Indian Trail Estates – Jim Oehlberg

(North Cameo Park).

Resolution For Entering Into An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler And The City Of Aurora For Design Engineering Services For The Storm Sewer Tributary Lines In The Bishop Park/North Lake Manor Area In An Amount Not To Exceed

R92-247 $61,000.00

Co-Sponsored – A Resolution Concerning Mosquito Abatement Policy Goals – R92-118.

For the City to have the most successful and cost effective mosquito management plan while maintaining environmentally-safe standards.

Sponsored Flood Improvements At 1141 California Avenue (And Commonwealth) – Meg Safarik – Drainage And Sump Problems – New Construction

April And May 1992.

Resolution Approving And Accepting The Foxwalk West Bank Plan – R92.254 – 6/16/92.

Initial development of a RIVERWALK for advancement of economic development, promotion of recreational and leisure activities, beautification and pedestrian movement.

A Resolution For Entering Into An Agreement With Walter E. Deuchler & Associates, Inc. For Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Desgin Engineering – R92-247 – 6/16/92. In The Amount Not To Exceed $61,000 – For Bishop Park Subdivision, North Lake Manor/Old Indian Trail Subdivision And Heritage Subdivision.

An Ordinance Amending Section 14 Of Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance – Overlay Districts – Enabling Ordinance – 092.52 – 7/21/92.

The establishment of certain zoning protection, including development standards and design guidelines, over a specific area within the City’s jurisdiction, based upon a City approved design, with certain goals and objectives for the overlay district. – For Downtown.

An Ordinance Amending Sections 12.10 3d, 12.11 Ce, 13.2-4.1 And 13.3-5.1 Of Ordinance No. 3100, Being The Aurora Zoning Ordinance As To Noise Standards – 092-69 – 9/1/92.

Amend noise standards equal to those most-recently adopted by the State of Illinois.

A Resolution Approving And Accepting The Foxwalk District Design Guidelines Produced By The Architectural Firm Of Perkins & Will Annd The Engineering Firm Of Grove & Associates For The Aurora Foxwalk

R92-390 – 10/6/92. (Riverwalk)

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Bishop Park/North Lake Manor/Old Indian Trail Storm Sewer Tributaries – Contracted To J. Congdon Sewer Services, Inc. 750 Racquet Club Drive, Addison, Illinois In The Amount Of $1,217,459.05 – 492-385 – 10/6/92

To Be Completed In 1993.

Storm Sewer Old Indian Trail – Nantucket To Highland

(Included In The Above Resolution R92-385)

A Resolution Accepting And Approving The Yas/Fischel Conceptual Master Plan For The South Point Of Stolp Island – R-92-477 – 11/17/92.

(Riverwalk)

A Resolution For Awarding Contract For Russell Avenue Storm Sewer Project – Contracted To Harry Linden & Sons In The Amount Of $138,777.35 – R92-496 – 12/1/92.

Resolution Approving And Accepting The Downtown Street And Sidewalk Comprehensive Plan – R92-504 – 12/1/92

(Riverwalk) Design of streetscape.

Sponsored Ordinance For May Park Neighborhood Down Zoning.

(From Multi Family to Single Family Zoning)

Sponsored Resolution Approving An Amendment To The Downtown Preservation Loan Program Guidelines To Require Compliance To The Sign Ordinance.

R91-129 April 16, 1991

Removal of billboards and non-conforming signage to be eligible of the improvement expense. Repair of any portion of the building damaged by the removal of a non-conforming sign or billboard (the removal cost of billboards owned by sign companies IS NOT an eligible work item.) The recipient must agree to remove any billboards attached to or located on property and bring all signage in compliance with the sign ordinance requirements.

Sponsored Resolution Approving Land Use Change In The New Haven Industrial Area – M-2 To Ori – As Part Of The Revision And Update Of The 1984 Comprehensive Plan For The City Of Aurora.

Sponsored Resolution Authorizing The City Of Aurora To Enter Into An Agreement With The County Of Kane For The Aurora Foxwalk Pursuant To The City’s Application For A Kane County Community Development Assistance Program (Kccdap) Grant – $50,000.00 Third Year Cycle Of $150,000.00.

(Riverwalk)

Sponsored Resolution To Initiate Public Hearing On An Anit-Monotony Code. R91-401 December 17, 1991

Newly-constructed single family detached home may not be located next to across the street from or cater-corner from another such residential structure which has the same front elevation facing the public street.

Nantucket/Old Indian Trail/Russell Sanitary Sewer Rehab – $100,000.00.

Foxwalk Presentation Package Development Agreement With Balcom-Vetillo & Dietiker, Inc.

(Riverwalk)

Water Main Rehab 300 To 500 Block Of Florida

$156,552.00.

Sanitary Sewer Rehab Beau Ridge

$310,000.00.

Held Public Hearing To Discuss The Creation Of Ssa For Bishop Park.

Moved For Denial. (Residents didn’t want it)

Held Public Hearing To Discuss The Creation Of Ssa For North Lake Manor/Old Indian Trail.

Moved For Denial. (Residents didn’t want it)

Supported Denial Of 805 West Old Indian Trail Rezoning – Frank Giampoli – R1 To R-4a

(City Council Approval)

Illinois/Foran Commercial Area Right-Of-Way – Improvements – Planting Of Trees In Parkway From Elmwood To Foran Lane.

Voted In Favor Of Animal Control Shelter.

(New location & construction)

Sponsored City Of Aurora Density Reduction/Reconversion Program To Be Implemented In 1992

(Betty Barr As Neighborhood Coordinator Helped Oversee The Beginning Of This Program)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 12, Article Iv, Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances, Being The Property Maintenance Code – 090-20-2-20-90. 301.12. – Dead And Dying Trees.

R90-193 May 15, 1990

This ordinance was to assist senior and handicapped citizens with removal of dead and/or dying trees. Assistance shall be in the form of grants not to exceed $500.00 or 50% of project.

Rubberized Railroad Crossing At Illinois Avenue.

Rubberized Railroad Crosing At New Indian Trail.

An Ordinance Repealing Section 20-19 Of Article I, Entitled “In General”, Of Chapter 20 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances And Adding Section 15-6 To Article I, Entitled “In General”, Of Chapter 15 Of The Aurora Code Of Ordinances

(Regarding The Dumping And Filling Provisions.) O90-25 March 6, 1990 – (Alleviate flooding concerns)

Resolution – Consultant Engineering Deuchler For Bishop Park/Northlake Manor/Indian Trail Subdivisions

For trunk line.

A Storm Sewer Trunk Line For Northlake Manor And Bishop Park, $1,530,579.00.

Co-Sponsored Pesticide Ordinance, Right To Know. O90-59 June 5, 1990

This ordinance was to help keep records of outdoor applications for commercial and non-commercial property.

Foxwalk Logo, Brochure, Poster And Marketing Package – Riverwalk

Design Guidelines Completion – Riverwalk Concept

Yas/Fischel — South Stolp Island Contract – Riverwalk Concept

Riverwalk Commission Sponsored Rfq & Rfp To Select A Graphics Firm.

City Council Approved Of Contract With Balcom, Vetillo & Dietiker, Inc., To Be Riverwalk Graphics Firm.

Kccdap — $50,000.00 Grant For Foxwalk.

Master Permit For The Army Corp. Of Engineers, For Foxwalk.

Old Indian Trail/Russell, Sanitary Sewer Contract, Consulting Services With Deuchler Engineering.

Landscape Plan West Bank Of Foxwalk – Riverwalk Concept

Sci Tech Rental Of Old Post Office – Supported Move To Aurora

Resolution On Special Service Areas (Ssa’s) Requiring 50% City/50% Homeowner Sharing Of Cost On All Non-Target Areas Of City And A 25% Homeowner/35% Cdbg/40% City Share Of Cost In Target Areas.

Foxwalk Focus Newsletter Published – Riverwalk

Montessori School – Commonwealth – Drainage Improvement Storm Sewer – $49,378.00.

An Ordinance Requiring Paving Of Newly Constructed Driveways.

(O89-084 September 5, 1989 Ordinance amending and requiring paving of existing driveways when doing improvements)

Foran Lane Water Main.

Support Of Riddle Highlands As A Historic District.

Old Indian Trail Storm Sewer For $113,337.20 – Nantucket To Elmwood 1st Phase.

Beau Ridge Subdivision Sanitary Sewer.

Co-Sponsored Zoning Board Of Appeals Changes Of Structure — “Ordinance For Changes Of The Structure Of The Zoning Board Of Appeals”. O89-117 December 19, 1989

Zoning Board of Appeals meeting will be recorded and maintain on file at the City for period of seven years. Zoning Administrator responsibility be added to ordinance, maintain on file original mylars of site plans and meeting minutes and tapes of said meetings.

Final Concept Plan Foxwalk, Adopted By City Council.

R89-234 August 15, 1989

Rubberized Railroad Crossing At Sullivan.

Illinois/Foran Commercial Area Right-Of-Way Improvements — Tearing Out Asphalt And Putting In Topsoil And Grass – Parkway.

Plat Approval Procedure.

Sub-divider shall submit an engineering plan to the city engineer for approval. There are committees put in place to approve paperwork, contractors, costs…

An Ordinance Regarding Juice Bar.

Sec 8-1 Fees: In the case of amusement devices – application fee $25.00 amusement license $20.00 poolroom license $600.00 plus above fees per machine. Article VII Div. 1 General – Juice Bars, Dry Cabarets, teenage cabarets and other non-alcohol bars: penalties; hours of operation; Div. 2 License – no person shall keep said business without being licensed to do so.

Kccdap – $50,000.00 Grant For Foxwalk, Total $150,000.00, For Three (3) Years.

Lancaster Special Service Area – Between Illinois And Hoyt.

R89-283 September 19, 1989.

Curb placement on Lancaster from Hoyt to Illinois, part of a project awarded to Alliance Contractors for $37,299.10.

Co-Sponsored Mosquito Abatement – An Environmentally Sound And Integrated Management Policy To Begin In 1990.

(No more poison/toxins (Malathion) in environment)

Contract With Riverwalk Consultants – Perkins & Will With Groves & Associates For #1 Design Guidelines, #2 Overlay District, #3 Master Permit Engineering, And #4 West Bank Landscape Design And Bike Trail.

R89-331 October 17, 1989 – $96,400.00?

Created Aldermen’s Guide With Mary Fields, (Aldermen’s Confidential Secretary)

$32,000.00 Of Cdbg Grant For Foxwalk – Riverwalk Commission

Design Competition For Foxwalk, $30,000.00 – Riverwalk Commission

An Ordinance Elminating Transitional Uses Zoning.

Sections 11.2-1.6 and 11.5-1.3 are hereby deleted, businesses conducted in residential structures. Lot located 75 feet from adjourning business. Minimum lot area 6000 square feet for two family dwelling. Three & four family dwelling having side lots adjourning or facing a business or mfg. district or a railroad right of way width not less than 60 feet and area not less than 2000 sq. ft. per dwelling unit. (Reducing Density)

An Ordinance Amending Sections 43-11 And 43-12 Of Article I Of Chapter 43 With Respect To Requirements For Issuance Of Building And Occupancy Permits In The City Of Aurora

(Grading Ordinance)

An Ordinance Requiring Public Improvements For New Construction, 7/26/88, P & D.

No building permit for new construction will be issued on vacant lot unless the lot(s) comply with all requirements of Article V Chapter 43, improvements or securities equivalent to such improvements.

An Ordinance Requiring Three (3) Individually Accessible Parking Spaces For Duplexes. (Getting cars off the street)

An Ordinance Amending Section 42-51 Of Chapter 42 Relating To Repairs Of Sidewalks And Placement Of Liens Therefore.

Owner/occupant of any lot in city is notified by city engineer to raise, lower or repair any sidewalk in front of, adjacent to or upon any premises shall do the improvement within the time allotted by the city engineer. If any owner/occupant fails to make improvement city will repair and owner/occupant will pay the city the cost of repair.

A Resolution Appointed As Aurora Riverwalk Chairman.

Began Regular Riverwalk Commission Meetings. Appointed Members Of The Riverwalk Commission And Advisory Board.

Establish Preventive Maintenance Program For The Water & Sewer Department. August 1988 (Preventative Maintenance)

  1. Manhole Rehab
  2. Fire Hydrant Inspection
  3. Water Main Valve Exercising
  4. Systematic Sewer Cleaning – Sanitary Lines

Special Use In An R-1 District For Expansion Of Fox Valley Montessori School At 850 N Commonwealth (Sponsored Conditions). August 22, 1988.

Sponsored Conditions Of The National Metalwares Rezoning. (Protecting surrounding neighborhoods)

Support Of Cdbg Allocation For Near West Neighbors – Money For Flower Seeds, Planters, And “Bloom Where You’re Planted” Festival.

Riverwalk Commission Sponsored Rfq & Rfp For Design Competition To Select Firm For Riverwalk Concept.

Riverwalk Commission Contracted With R. Green & Associates And Perkins And Will With Groves & Associates Awarded — $5,000.00 Each As Part Of Riverwalk Design Competition.

Riverwalk Commission Chose Winner Of Design Competition Between R. Green & Associates Ad Perkins & Will With Groves & Associates ($20,000.00 To The Winners).

Sponsored Swale Along South Side Of New Indian Trail To Alleviate Back Yard Flooding Of Homes On Old Indian Trail – From – Indian Trail Court East To Sewer Inlet Near Apartments.

Ordinance Establishing The Aurora Riverwalk Commission.

Purpose: Build Riverwalk in Downtown. To cover both side of the Fox River in downtown Aurora with future expansion northward and southward. The Commission shall consist of 13 members, 9 general member, 1 Alderman, President of FVPD, The Alderman and Aurora Township Supervisor.

Foran Lane Storm Sewer For $86,750.50.

A Resolution Sponsoring The Elmwood Sanitary Sewer Replacement And Rehab.

Co-Sponsored The Oak Avenue/Lakelawn Storm Sewer For $234,357.50.

(Under Lake St to Fox River)

An Ordinance Required Improvements/Infrastructure 9/15/87.

For “Streets and Sidewalks” sec 42-40 required improvement-no building permit for new construction shall be issued unless lot or lots which building to be constructed complies with requirements Article V Chapter 43. For “Buildings” sec 12-2, subsec 112.1 building official examine all applications for permits and amendments within a reasonable time after filing.

An Ordinance Requiring Two (2) Individually Accessible Parking Spaces For Single Family Homes.

(Getting vehicles off the street)

A Requirement Of Paving Of Parking Areas And Parking Lots.

Shall be improved with a gravel base no less than four inches thick and surfaced with asphalt or concrete.

Sponsored Denial Of The Lake Street Business For New Parking On Orchard Avenue, Rezoning. (Appealed And Court Overturned City Denial)

O87-5695 August 4, 1987

Sponsored Denial Of White Hen Pantry Rezoning. O87-5691 July 21, 1987

Address: SEC Indian Trail & Randall Road – Denial of this rezoning is in accordance with the Comprehensive Place and will alleviate one of the concerns relative to drainage.

Taylor Avenue Water Main Project $78,000.00.

An Ordinance Requiring Procedures For Vacation Of Alleys.

Petition shall be filed with City Clerk to vacate alley within corporate city limits. Petitioner shall give notice to all property owners whose land abuts the alley, by certified mail that a petition to vacate is being sought.

A Resolution Regarding Legal Nonconforming Single Lots.

That does not meet the minimum lot width and area, may be utilized for a permitted use, provided that lot width and area are not less than 60% of the minimum required width and area. Residential zoning district & developed 1 family detached dwelling prior to adoption that is damaged or destroyed to extent of 50% in accordance with sec. 6.5 may be rebuilt.

Sponsored Amendments To The Sign Ordinance. (Quality Signage)

Initiated City Program For Curb Repairs In Cdbg Target Areas.

North Elmwood & Sullivan – Installed Culvert – 1491 North Elmwood – Martin Boggs.

An Ordinance After Demolition Requiring Topsoil And Seeding.

Property Maintenance code Chapter 23 – topsoil & seeding within 30 days of demo of newly created vacant lot and/or seasonable weather (4-15 thru 6-15/8-15 thru 10-15).

A Resolution Requiring Board Up Of Vacant Buildings.

In order to protect public health, safety and welfare—of boarding-up abandoned/vacant buildings.

An Ordinance Amending The Heat Requirement.

Unlawful for any two-family dwelling/apt house/lodging house/rooming/boarding house/or hotel which heat is furnished from 9-15 each year to 5-15 of succeeding year. Minimum temp. as follows: 8am to 10:30pm 68; 10:30pm to 6am 60; 7am to 8am 65.

Sponsored Amendments To The Church Zoning Ordinance.

Supported City Selling Former Incinerator To Hessed House.