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Meeting Name: FPD Board of Commissioners Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/11/2017 11:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Cook County Building, Board Room, 118 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
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Attachments: Consent Calendar 4.11.2017.pdf
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17-0120 1 RECOGNIZING THE DEDICATION OF JENS JENSEN GRASSLAND AND WOODLAND AS AN ILLINOIS LAND AND WATER RESERVE BY THE ILLINOIS NATURE PRESERVES COMMISSIONConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE DEDICATION OF JENS JENSEN GRASSLAND AND WOODLAND AS AN ILLINOIS LAND AND WATER RESERVE BY THE ILLINOIS NATURE PRESERVES COMMISSION WHEREAS, on January 24th, 2017, at the 225th meeting of the Illinois Nature Preserves Commission, Jens Jensen Grassland and Woodland was approved for dedication as an Illinois Land and Water Reserve; and WHEREAS, dedication of a site as an Illinois Land and Water Reserve provides a high level of protection for land in Illinois, and is granted only to natural areas of regional and state-wide ecological significance; and WHEREAS, Jens Jensen Grassland and Woodland Land and Water Reserve is an approximately 220 acre, high quality portion of the larger Jens Jensen preserve also known as Deer Grove East located in the Village of Palatine in northwest Cook County. The site consists of remnant mesic woodlands and sedge meadows, along with reconstructed prairie and wetlands supporting 398 species of native plants and 25 bird species recognized as species in greatest need of conservation; and WHEREAS, the namesake for thisapprovePass Action details Not available
17-0094 1  Consent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNITION OF THE BIRD THE PRESERVES INITIATIVE, A SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATION TO CONNECT PEOPLE WITH THE FOREST PRESERVES OF COOK COUNTY WHEREAS, the Forest Preserves of Cook County’s nearly 70,000 acres of natural lands are home to some of the nation’s most biologically diverse flora and fauna, including nearly 300 types of resident and migrant birds, both common and unusual, that depend on Forest Preserves’ habitat; and WHEREAS, birding is one of the most popular recreational activities in America and can serve as a gateway activity to a greater connection with the natural world, and is an excellent way to introduce people to the forest preserves, providing a positive, healthy, and fun experience in nature; and WHEREAS, Bird the Preserves is an initiative that connects diverse communities to the Preserves by expanding birding programs and activities, celebrating the migration stories that people and birds share, and establishing the Preserves as a premier birding destination in the Chicago Wilderness region; and WHEREAS, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife ServicapprovePass Action details Not available
17-0119 1 RECOGNIZING THE NAMING OF THREE (3) FOREST PRESERVES OF COOK COUNTY NATURE CENTERS TO AMERICANTOWNS MEDIA’S LIST OF THE 10 BEST NATURE CENTERS IN ILLINOISConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING THE NAMING OF THREE (3) FOREST PRESERVES OF COOK COUNTY NATURE CENTERS TO AMERICANTOWNS MEDIA’S LIST OF THE 10 BEST NATURE CENTERS IN ILLINOIS WHEREAS, Best of Illinois, a subsidiary of AmericanTowns Media, has compiled and published a list of “The 10 Best Nature Centers in Illinois”; and WHEREAS, AmericanTowns Media is an online network of local lifestyle community guides that creates, curates, and distributes local content for over 29,000 communities across the United States; and WHEREAS, nature centers are a valuable means of educating the public on the importance of preserving and respecting local natural areas, and encourage exploration and lifelong learning about our region’s native habitats and wildlife; and WHEREAS, Sand Ridge Nature Center, Crabtree Nature Center, and Little Red Schoolhouse Nature Center have each been named to this list of the ten (10) best nature centers in Illinois; and WHEREAS, Sand Ridge Nature Center in South Holland stands on a 6000-year-old broad, low ridge of sand and water polished pebbles surrounded by 235 acapprovePass Action details Not available
17-0160 1 FRANK POWELLConsent Calendar ResolutionPROPOSED RESOLUTION RESOLUTION HONORING FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICEMAN FRANK POWELL UPON HIS RETIRMENT WHEREAS, Frank Powell began working for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County in 1990, and is now retiring after 27 years of service; and WHEREAS, Frank Powell has worked as a serviceman with Cook County Forest Preserves in the Landscape Maintenance Department; and WHEREAS, Frank has received several awards for outstanding customer service; and WHEREAS, Frank served as a sergeant in the United States Army and also served eight years as a staff sergeant and two years with the National Guard; and WHEREAS, Frank is the father of Eric and Angelique Powell and the son of Henry Powell., and is the key person in his family who seeks solutions to problems; and WHEREAS, Frank worked with the Stardust Review out of Kennedy King College and these shows were filled with talented impersonators of icons with music from the 40s to early 60s; and WHEREAS, Frank went on to develop his own show, called the “Best of Black Chicago,” a show famous for talentedapprovePass Action details Not available
17-0110 1 Amending Resolution 17-0035 to switch locations of 5/11/2017 and 7/20/2017 meetingsPreviously Approved Item AmendmentPROPOSED PREVIOUSLY APPROVED ITEM AMENDMENT Department: Secretary to the Board of Commissioners Request: To accommodate renovation schedules at one of the facilities in question, the Board is being asked to switch locations of the 5/11/2017 and 7/20/2017 meetings. This is the only change requested. Item Number: 17-0035 Fiscal Impact: N/A Account(s): N/A District(s): Countywide Original Text of Item: RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE LOCATION OF OFFSITE BOARD MEETINGS FOR 2017 WHEREAS, in accordance with Title 1, Chapter 5, Section 4-(a), the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (the “Forest Preserve”) Code of Ordinances, the Board of Commissioners (the “Board”) shall hold regular meetings pursuant to an annual calendar adopted by resolution of the Board; and WHEREAS, in accordance with Section 2.02 of the Illinois Open Meetings Act, every public body shall give public notice of the schedule of regular meetings at the beginning of each calendar or fiscal year and shall state the regular dates, times and places of such meetings; and WHERapprovePass Action details Video Video
17-0121 1 Hey & Associates, Inc., Volo, IllinoisContractPROPOSED CONTRACT Department(s): Resource Management Vendor: Hey & Associates, Inc., Volo, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (“the Preserves”) to enter into and execute Good(s) or Service(s): Hydrologic restoration planning at Powderhorn Lake Contract Value: $84,907.00 Contract period: 4/11/2017 - 5/31/2018 Estimated Fiscal Impact: FY 2017 $56,605.00, FY 2018 $28,302.00 Accounts: 51009.521452 Habitat Enhancement, 51009.521440 Potential Grant Match and Work Fund, Grant Accounts: 51010.29982, 51010.22522 Contract Number(s): 17-31-105 Concurrences: The Chief Financial Officer and Chief Attorney have approved this item. The Vendor has met the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Ordinance Provisions. District(s): 4 Summary: Contract #17-31-105 is a Request for Proposals for professional engineering services to study, define, and propose practices to mitigate non-point source (i.e., stormwater runoff) pollution at the Powderhorn Lake site in Burnham. Understanding and mitigating stormwapprovePass Action details Video Video
17-0125 1 Wide Open West d/b/a WOW!License RequestPROPOSED LICENSE REQUEST Request: Requesting authorization for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (“the Preserves”), as Licensor to grant a License to Wide Open West d/b/a WOW!, Grantee, to locate, operate and maintain four thousand three hundred (4,300) linear feet of aerial fiber optic line on an existing ComEd utility pole line approximately three hundred and fifty (350) feet north of Lawrence Avenue from Des Plaines River Road to East River Road in the Catherine Chevalier Woods Forest Preserve. The proposed fiber optic line will connect Verizon Wireless cellular towers for public telecommunication purposes. The existing ComEd utility pole line was granted by License 713 in 1967 and last renewed in 2017 for a ten (10) year term. Term: Ten (10) years, 4/11/2017 - 4/10/2027 License Fee: $106,611.57 License Application Fee: $1,000.00 YELAR Fee: $3,600.00 Total: $111,211.57 for the term of the License (Sec. 5-2A-4 and 5-2B-4) Tree Mitigation Fee: N/A The area of the License is: 64,500 square feet, or 1.48 acres Concurrence(s): The Chief Financial Officer and CreferPass Action details Video Video
17-0126 1  License RequestPROPOSED LICENSE REQUEST Request: Requesting authorization for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (“the Preserves”), as Licensor to grant a License to the Village of Riverside, Grantee, to locate, operate and maintain thirty seven (37) linear feet of 24-inch storm sewer and outfall structure to the Des Plaines River in the Salt Creek Preserves, between First Avenue and the Des Plaines River at the BNSF Railroad, between Ogden and 31st Street. The proposed sewer is part of a project to improve water quality in the Des Plaines River watershed by separating stormwater runoff from the existing combined sewer, which will relieve flooding and reduce combined sewer overflow discharge into the Forest Preserve and the river. Term: Continuous License Fee: $4,100.00 License Application Fee: $5,500.00 YELAR Fee: $6,150.00 Total: $15,750.00 for the term of the License (Sec. 5-2A-4 and 5-2B-4) Tree Mitigation Fee: $285.53 The area of the License is: 900 square feet or 0.02 acres Concurrence(s): The Chief Financial Officer and Chief Attorney have approved this item. GrantereferPass Action details Video Video
17-0122 1 Chicago River Canoe and Kayak, Evanston, IllinoisAgreementPROPOSED AGREEMENT Vendor: Chicago River Canoe and Kayak, Evanston, Illinois Request: Requesting authorization for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (“the Preserves”) to enter into an agreement Reason: Contact 17-40-401 is a request for boat concessions at the Maple Lake Boat House. The selected vendor, Chicago River Canoe and Kayak, was determined to be the most responsive and responsible of the two (2) respondents to operate the facility. Chicago River Canoe and Kayak will be responsible for maintaining and providing kayak, canoe and rowboat rentals and concessions at the Maple Lake Boat House. The contract term is for a period of three (3) years, with two (2) two-year renewal options. Chicago River Canoe and Kayak has agreed to pay the Preserves the following annual fee(s), plus 5% of gross sales. Year 1: $6,000.00, Year 2: $7,000.00, Year 3: $8,000.00, Year 4: $9,000.00, Year 5: $10,000.00, Year 6: $11,000.00, Year 7: $12,000.00 Contract period: Eighty four (84) months from the issuance of the Purchase Order Estimated Fiscal Impact: Generation ofapprovePass Action details Video Video
17-0130 1 Samaritan Technologies, Salt Lake City, UtahContract AmendmentPROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Office of the General Superintendent and Human Resources Vendor: Samaritan Technologies, Salt Lake City, Utah Request: Authorization for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County to extend and amend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Volunteer Recruitment and Recordkeeping Software and Database Original Contract Period: 1/12/2012 - 1/11/2013, annual renewal thereafter until 3/27/2017 and Administrative Extension from 3/28/2017 - 4/10/2017 Proposed Contract Period Extension: 4/11/2017 - 3/26/2018 Total Current Contract Amount Authority: $71,986.34 Original Approval: 1/12/2012, $13,225.00 Previous Increase(s): 2013, $10,103.00; 2014, $14,358.34; 2015, $16,800.00; 2016, $17,500.00 This Increase Requested: $18,000.00 Estimated Fiscal Impact: FY 2017 $18,000.00 Accounts: 51001.5110.14320.521446.00000.00000 and 51001.5122.14915.520840.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): N/A Concurrences: The Chief Financial Officer and Chief Attorney have approved this item. District(s): DistrictwidapprovePass Action details Video Video
17-0138 1 Glencoe Golf Course, Glencoe, Illinois and the Village of Glencoe, Glencoe, IllinoisContract AmendmentPROPOSED CONTRACT AMENDMENT Department(s): Permits, Rentals, and Concessions Vendor: Glencoe Golf Course, Glencoe, Illinois and the Village of Glencoe, Glencoe, Illinois Request: Authorization for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County to amend contract Good(s) or Service(s): Revenue generation relating to the use of Forest Preserve property for golf course purposes by Glencoe Golf Course (“GGC”) Original Contract Period: Continuous term from 1922 Proposed Contract Period Extension: The agreement currently has a continuous term without a termination date. The proposed amendment includes a termination date for the agreement of 20 years from the effective date of the amendment. In the event that financing is secured by either GGC or the Village of Glencoe to enable the construction of improvements, and the Forest Preserve receives proper notice of this financing, then the term of the agreement may be extended for up to a maximum of twelve (12) years in order to facilitate the ability of the GGC or the Village of Glencoe to obtain such financing. referPass Action details Video Video
17-0134 1 Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (“MWRD”)Intergovernmental AgreementPROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Planning & Development Other Part(ies): Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (“MWRD”) Request: Authorization to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement with MWRD for the reconstruction and maintenance of the Lyons Levee Goods or Services: Grant of permanent and temporary easements and waiver of tree mitigation fees to allow MWRD to improve, raise, and maintain the Lyons Levee from Joliet Road downstream in Ottawa Trail Woods to south of 47th Street along the west edge of the Chicago Portage National Historic Site Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: Continuous Fiscal Impact: None Accounts: N/A District(s): 16 Summary: MWRD, under an agreement with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) for the design and construction, proposes to repair, rehabilitate, and replace the Lyons Levee to protect against a 100-year flood event. In April 2013, floodwater from the Des Plaines River overtopped the Lyons Levee and flooded a portion of the Village of ForreferPass Action details Not available
17-0131 1 Illinois Department of Natural Resources’ Recreational Trails Program (“RTP”)Grant Application Authorization RequestPROPOSED GRANT APPLICATION AUTHORIZATION REQUEST Department: Planning and Development Grantee: The Forest Preserve District of Cook County (the “Preserves”) Grantor: Illinois Department of Natural Resources’ Recreational Trails Program (“RTP”) Request: Authorization to apply for grant Purpose: Authorization to apply for grant funds and match funds if awarded for the repair of an underpass at 119th and LaGrange Road in Palos Park, IL. Grant Amount: $200,000.00 Grant Period: Two (2) years from entering into formal agreement with Illinois Department of Natural Resources Fiscal Impact: $40,000.00 Accounts: Trail Accounts 51025-560063, 51026-560063, 51054-560063, 51055-560063, 51056-560063, 51057-560063, 51009-560063, and all future trail accounts Concurrences: The Chief Financial Officer and Chief Attorney have approved this item. District(s): 17 Summary: Approval of resolution authorizing the Preserves to apply for a grant and, if awarded, to provide match funds and enter into an agreement with the Illinois Department of Natural ResouapprovePass Action details Video Video
17-0058 1  ReportREPORT Department: Finance and Administration Request: Receive and File Report Title: Procurements and Disbursements Report Report Period: 2/1/2017 - 2/28/2017 Summary: Submitting the Procurements and Disbursements Report for the period of February 2017. This report is to be received and filed in compliance with Section 1-8-2(BB) of the District’s Code of Ordinances.receive and filedPass Action details Video Video
17-0136 1 Forest Preserve District of Cook County Annual Business Diversity Report FY 2016ReportREPORT Department: Finance and Administration Request: Receive and File Report Title: Forest Preserve District of Cook County Annual Business Diversity Report FY 2016 Report Period: 1/1/2016 - 12/31/2016 Summary: Forest Preserve District of Cook County Annual Business Diversity Report FY 2016receive and filedPass Action details Not available
17-0139 1 Permits, Rentals and Concessions Master Plan 2016-2017ReportREPORT Department: Permits, Rentals and Concessions Request: Receive and File Report Title: Permits, Rentals and Concessions Master Plan Report Period: 2016-2017 Summary: The Permits, Rentals and Concessions Master Plan was developed to articulate an overall vision for the Permits, Rentals and Concessions Department and to serve as a strategic roadmap moving forward. The final plan includes a cost-benefit analysis of the permits and rentals program, as well as a review of the District’s existing concessions program and offers recommendations to improve/expand both areas for the purposes of attracting new users, generating new business and increasing revenue.receive and filedPass Action details Not available
17-0118 1 Forest Preserves of Cook County Calendar - 4/11/2017 - 5/11/2017Miscellaneous Item of BusinessCALENDAR OF EVENTS Department: Department of Conservation and Experiential Programming Summary: Forest Preserves of Cook County Calendar - 4/11/2017 - 5/11/2017 TODAY, Tuesday, 4/11; 10 am - 2 pm Spring Breakout Adventures, Dan Ryan Woods Pavilion, Chicago Spring Breakout Adventures offer the chance to practice archery, explore bountiful wildlife and plant species, as well as improve your navigation skills. All ages. No registration required. For general information or to inquire about available bussing for groups of 25 or more, call 312-415-2970. THIS EVENING, Tuesday, 4/11; 7:30 to 9 pm Full Moon Frogs, Little Red Schoolhouse Nature Center, Willow Springs Assist a naturalist as we monitor frog activity under the full moon. Registration required. Ages 12 & up. Wednesday, 4/12 and 5/3; 5:30 - 7 pm Camping 101, Camp Dan Beard, 200 Portwine Rd, Northbrook Camping 101 is a hands-on workshop series designed to teach basic camping skills. Learn tent set-up, campfire cooking, camping fun, dressing for camping, camping etiquette and more. Join us on select Wednesday evenings throureceive and filedPass Action details Video Video
17-0150 1  Journal of ProceedingsJOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS SECRETARY TO THE BOARD, Matthew B. DeLeon, presented in printed form a record of the Journal of Proceedings of the regular meeting held on Thursday, March 9, 2017 .approvePass Action details Not available
17-0147 1 Finance Subcommittee Meeting on Workers’ Compensation -4/11/2017Recommendation of the Finance Subcomittee (Workers' Compensation)RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE SUBCOMMITTEE (WORKERS’ COMPENSATION) Finance Subcommittee Meeting on Workers’ Compensation -4/11/2017 The Finance Subcommittee on Workers’ Compensation met on the above listed date and recommends the following for approval: Workers’ Compensation Claims approved Fiscal Year 2017 to present: $94,555.66 Workers’ Compensation Claims to Be Approved: $7,777.94approvePass Action details Not available
17-0129 1 BCR Automotive Group d/b/a Roesch Ford, Bensenville, IllinoisDisbursementPROPOSED DISBURSEMENT Department(s): Facilities and Fleet Action: Disbursement approval Payee: BCR Automotive Group d/b/a Roesch Ford, Bensenville, Illinois Good(s) or Service(s): Seven (7) 2017 Ford Transit passenger vans and one (1) Ford cargo van Fiscal Impact: FY 2016: $307,624.91 Accounts: Institutional Supply Expense 51053.5153.00000.530189.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): CTA contract C15FT101622748; 16-54-204 District(s): Districtwide Summary: This disbursement provides for seven (7) passenger vans to be used for Forest Preserve business in conjunction with Landscape Maintenance department staff. This payment also provides for one (1) cargo van to be used by Facilities and Fleet department staff to conduct Forest Preserve business. This purchase was initially approved by the Board of Commissioners on 9/13/2016.approvePass Action details Not available
17-0123 1 D. Construction, Inc., Coal City, IllinoisBid RecommendationPROPOSED BID RECOMMENDATION Presented by: ARNOLD RANDALL, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Department: Planning and Development Request: Authorization for the Forest Preserves District of Cook County (the “Preserves”) to enter into a construction contract with D. Construction, Inc., primary place of business 1488 South Broadway, Coal City, Illinois for the repair of the existing dam at Tampier Lake. Reason: Contract #16-80-09C1 Tampier Lake Dam Repair work includes, but is not limited to, replacement of a concrete dam cap, repairs to appurtenant fencing, minor crack and structural repairs to other concrete portions of the dam, operation and repair of the outlet grate, and other related work as specified in the plans & specifications. Bid Opening Date: 3/1/2017 Bid Results: Firm Total Bid 1. D. Construction, Inc. $232,452.50 2. Path Construction Company, Inc. $549,450.00 3. Industria, Inc. $722,925.00 4. Pan-Oceanic Engineering Co., Inc. $786,035.00 Estimated Fiscal Impact: $232,452.50 Contract Period: One hundred and fifty (150) days from approvePass Action details Not available
17-0132 1 West Fuels, Inc., La Grange, IllinoisBid RecommendationPROPOSED BID RECOMMENDATION Presented by: ARNOLD RANDALL, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Department: Facilities and Fleet Request: To enter into a contract with West Fuels, Inc., La Grange, Illinois for supply and delivery of unleaded and diesel fuel Districtwide Reason: Contract #17-53-020 is for unleaded and diesel fuel for Forest Preserve District of Cook County facilities and vehicles. Bid Opening Date: 3/22/2017 Bid Results: 1. West Fuels, Inc. $1,647,377.50 2. Mansfield Oil $1,654,343.50 3. Black Dog Chicago Corp. $1,722,277.50 4. Atlas & Assoc, Inc. $265,200.00* *Incomplete bid submission Estimated Fiscal Impact: FY 2017 $549,125.83, FY 2018 $823,688.75, FY 2019 $274,562.92 Contract Period: 5/1/2017 - 4/30/2019 Account Name/Number: 51001.5153.29270.540265.00000.00000 District(s): Districtwide Concurrence(s): The vendor has met the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Ordinance provision. The Chief Attorney and Chief Financial Officer have approved this item.approvePass Action details Not available
17-0146 1 Matthew Paving, Inc. Oak Lawn, IllinoisBid RecommendationPROPOSED BID RECOMMENDATION Presented by: ARNOLD RANDALL, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT Department: Planning & Development Request: Authorization for the Forest Preserves District of Cook County (the “Preserves”) to enter into a construction contract with Matthew Paving, Inc. primary place of business Oak Lawn, Illinois for pavement repairs at Rolling Knolls, Billy Caldwell Golf Course, and LaBagh Woods. Reason: Contract #17-80-18 Rolling Knolls, Billy Caldwell Golf Course, and LaBagh Woods Pavement Repair. The work includes, but is not limited to, repaving and reconstructing the existing parking lots and other related work as specified in the plans & specifications. Bid Opening Date: 3/17/2017 Bid Results: Firm Total Bid 1. Allstar Asphalt, Inc. $321,045.30* 2. Chicagoland Paving, Inc. $343,600.00** 3. Matthew Paving, Inc. $384,811.44 4. Pan-Oceanic Engineering Co., Inc. $469,827.20 *Vendor deemed non-responsive due to failing to submit a M/WBE Utilization Plan. **Vendor was denied their request for a partial M/WBE waiver by the CookapprovePass Action details Not available
17-0086 1  Ordinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT FEE SCHEDULE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County Board of Commissioners that Title 7, Chapter 1, Section 7-1-1 of the Cook County Forest Preserve District Code is hereby amended as follows: 7-1-1: FEE SCHEDULE Aerial Adventure Course and Zipline Fees *Tree Top Adventure Course: $58.00 (Adult Ages 16+) and $37.00 $38.00 (Child Ages 10-15) ***** *No other modifications to the existing Aerial Adventure Course and Zipline Fees are being proposed Effective date: This ordinance shall be in effect immediately upon adoptionapprovePass Action details Not available
17-0103 1 FEE SCHEDULE Camp Sullivan Camp & Climb Overnight EventOrdinance AmendmentPROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDMENT FEE SCHEDULE BE IT ORDAINED, by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County Board of Commissioners that Title 7, Chapter 1, Section 7-1-1 of the Cook County Forest Preserve District Code is hereby amended as follows: 7-1-1: FEE SCHEDULE Camp Sullivan Camp & Climb Overnight Event Includes overnight camping plus exclusive use for 2 hours on upper level of barn, tables, chairs, 2 hours staff led climbing wall activities, bring your own food and drink, use of upper deck and use of the kitchen. Reservation must include separate rental of campsite large enough to accommodate number of campers plus two additional. Cook County Resident & Businesses Mon.-Thurs. $250 + campsite fee Fri-Sun. $290 + campsite fee Non Cook County Resident & Businesses Mon-Thurs. $300 + campsite fee Fri-Sun. $360 + campsite fee Camp Sullivan - Additional Use of Climbing Wall by Registered Campers After one complimentary use of climbing wall, registered campers at Camp Sullivan must pay $5 per person for each subsequent use of the climbing wall. Camp SuapprovePass Action details Not available
17-0057 1 Corporate Fund Analysis of Revenue and Expense 2/1/2017 - 2/28/2017ReportREPORT Department: Finance and Administration Request: Receive and File Report Title: Corporate Fund Analysis of Revenue and Expense Report Period: 2/1/2017 - 2/28/2017 Summary: Detailed Corporate Fund Analysis Revenue and Expense report for February 2017receive and filedPass Action details Not available