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City Council Meeting Agenda
1.
Call to Order, Pledge to Flag, Pastoral Prayer, Roll Call
The City of Monticello does not endorse religious faith.  The prayer is intended to lend solemnity to the public meeting and invite an attitude of respect and consideration.
2.
Public Participation
This is an opportunity for the public to provide public comment to the Presiding Officer (Mayor).  Those wishing to speak are required to sign in prior to the commencement of the meeting and must address the Council from the table provided.  Public comments must comply with Ordinance 2014-02 and be limited to 5 minutes or less.
3.
Consent Agenda - Approval of Documents and Action Items as Listed:
3.1.
Claims Report (Claims dated April 23, 2019 through May 13, 2019)
3.2.
Meeting Minutes - City Council Meeting Minutes April 22, 2019; City Council Closed Session Meeting Minutes April 22, 2019
3.3.
Police Report - April 2019
3.4.
Permit Report
4.
Mayor's Report - Police Week Proclamation
5.
Old Business
6.
Swearing-In of Newly Elected Officials
City Council Members Burris, Reed, Sebens, Harlan, and Frerichs - Sworn in by City Clerk
7.
New Business
7.1.
Mayoral Appointments
7.1.1.
Planning & Zoning Board - Marthaan Riegel (5 year term expires April, 2024)
7.1.2.
Historic Preservation - Ryan Tracy, Keddy Hutson, Maynard Suhre (3 year term expires April, 2022); Chad Johnson (Vacant term expiring 2021)
7.1.3.
Fire & Police Commission - Jenna Whetstone-Branch (3 year term expires April, 2022)
7.1.4.
Monticello Fire Department Volunteer Fire Fighter - Cody Fitzsimmons
7.1.5.
Police Pension Board - Kelly Finet (1 year term expires April 30, 2020)
7.2.
Resolution 2019-25: Maintenance Under the Illinois Highway Code (MFT Oil and Chip Seal Coat)
7.3.
Monticello Business District Plan - Discussion Only
8.
Aldermen's Reports
9.
Police Chief's Report
10.
City Administrator's Report
11.
Closed Session
11.1.
5 ILCS 120/2(c)(11) Litigation: Pending or Imminent

11.1.1.
The City Attorney will provide an update to City Council on current litigation.
11.2.
5 ILCS 120/2(c)(21) Review of Closed Session Minutes

12.
Resolution 2019-26 Release of Closed Session Minutes
12.1.
Following the closed session listed above, and review of closed session minutes, City Council may wish to approve the release of certain closed session minutes and make them available for public review. Action (if any) will take place in open session.
13.
City Council Meeting Adjournment