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)