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Village of Antioch Briefing Room

Welcome to the Village of Antioch Briefing Room.  This webpage is dedicated to report on decisions made by the Village Board that affect the residents of the Village of Antioch.  On this page you'll find press releases, news updates, upcoming agenda items and recent actions taken by your elected officials.  This page will contain factual information, and is not intended to express the opinions of any individual elected official or staff.  If you would like to subscribe to receive briefing room updates, please click here.

To view complete agendas or approved minutes, please go to our online documents here.


Recent Village Board Action

Upcoming Village Board Meetings

May 1, 2017 Village Board Meeting:

Installation of Newly Elected Officials and Oath of Office:           
Mayor: Lawrence M. Hanson

Village Trustees:  Scott Pierce, Ted Poulos, Jerry Johnson

Mayoral Report
1.      Mayoral Proclamation – Designating the Month of May 2017, as Motorcycle Awareness Month.
2.      Mayoral Proclamation – Police Week
3.      Mayoral Proclamation – National Public Works Week
4.      Appoint Michael Volling to Police & Fire Commission replacing Scott Gartner with a term expiring 2019
5.      Appoint Robert E. McCarty to the Planning and Zoning Board with a term expiring 2020
6.      Appoint Cheryl Henning to the Planning and Zoning Board with a term expiring 2020
7.        Committee Liaison Assignments

Consent Agenda
1.     Approval of the April 17, 2017 public hearing and regular meeting minutes as presented.
2.     Approval of a Resolution authorizing a special event liquor license for the Antioch Chamber of Commerce for Antioch’s Taste of Summer to be held from July 20-23, 2017; waiving all fees – Resolution No. 17-24
3.     Approval of a Resolution Authorizing the Chamber of Commerce to Conduct Fireworks During the Taste of Summer Event – Resolution No. 17-25

Regular Business
4.     Consideration of payment of accounts payable as prepared by staff.
5.     Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to execute the Standard Terms of Engagement for Legal Services with the firm of Ralph, Schwab, Gartner & Schiever, CHTD – Resolution No. 17-26
6.     Consideration of the annual Treasurer’s Sworn Statement of the Antioch Police Pension Fund for Fiscal Year Ended April 30, 2017
7.     Consideration of a Resolution Awarding the Bid for the 2017 Road Program to Payne & Dolan, Inc. in the amount of $913,667.32 – Resolution No. 17-27
8.     Consideration of an Ordinance Annexing Certain Property into the Village of Antioch and Approving an Annexation Agreement for property commonly known as 22855 W. Route 173 – Ordinance No. 17-05-11
9.     Consideration of an Ordinance Granting a Rezoning for the Petty Property to B-3 Zoning – Ordinance No. 17-05-12
10.     Consideration of an Ordinance Granting a Special Use for a Planned Unit Development on the Petty Property – Ordinance No. 17-05-13

11.     Consideration of an Ordinance authorizing the sale of land to R.A. Wilson Enterprises, Inc for a gross purchase price of $429,900 for the property located at the intersection of Route 83 and Grimm Road – Ordinance No. 17-05-14
12.     Consideration of the Approval of the Operating and Capital Budget for Fiscal Year May 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018 and the Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 2018 through 2022.

April 17, 2017 Public Hearing and Village Board Meeting:

7PM - Public Hearing regarding a request for annexation into the Village of Antioch for property located at 22855 W. Route 173

7:30 PM or Immediately Following the Public Hearing - Regular Meeting

Mayoral Report
1.     Oath of Office – Officer Timothy J. Malak

Consent Agenda - Approved as presented
1.     Approval of the March 20, 2017 regular meeting minutes as presented.
2.     Approval of a Resolution Granting a Special Event Liquor License for the Antioch Lions Club for the Independence Day Celebration to be held July 4, 2017; waiving all fees – Resolution No. 17-18
3.     Approval of a Resolution Granting a Special Event Liquor License for the Antioch Lions Club Annual Chicken BBQ & Auction to be held July 30, 2017; waiving all fees – Resolution No. 17-19
4.     Approval of a Resolution for a Special Event Liquor License request from the Village of Antioch for Summer Wine Walk on June 3, 2017; waiving all fees – Resolution No. 17-20
5.     Consideration of a Resolution amending the Park Bench Dedication Policy – Resolution No. 17-21

Regular Business
6.     Consideration to ratify payment of the April 3, 2017 accounts payable as prepared by staff. - Approved as presented
7.     Consideration of payment of accounts payable as prepared by staff. - Approved as presented
8.     Consideration of a Resolution amending the annual meeting schedule – Resolution No. 17-22 - Approved as amended
9.     Consideration of a Resolution for Maintenance Under the Illinois Highway Code authorizing the expenditure of Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) funds in the amount of $509,350 for the 2017 Road Program – Resolution No. 17-23 - Approved as presented
10.  Consideration of an Ordinance dedicating a portion of Orchard Street – Ordinance No. 17-04-10 - Approved as presented
11.  Consideration of an Annexation and Annexation Agreement, Special Use for a Planned Unit Development, Rezoning to B-3, and Concept Plan for the Petty Farm located on Route 173 and N. Lincoln Avenue. - Approved to authorize the Village Attorney to draft the appropriate ordinances

 

To view recently approved resolutions and ordinances, please click here.

Press Releases & Upcoming Events and News Updates

Hydrant Flushing
Antioch Police Announce Explorer selected to attend the National Law Enforcement Leadership Academy
Commission Member Vacancies - Planning & Zoning Board
Great America Tickes on Sale
Spring Clean Up Day Scheduled for Thursday, May 18, 2017

Reports and Village Correspondence

PZB 16-14 - Kunes Ford proposed Annexation, Special Use for Planned Unit Development, Rezoning, and Preliminary/Final Plat for Kunes Ford. 

PZB 17-02 - Petty Farm proposed Annexation Agreement for a 13.0 acre commercial property at Route 173 and N. Lincoln Avenue and commonly known as 22855 W. Route 173.

PZB 17-03 - Skipper Buds proposed Annexation, Special Use for Planned Unit Development, Rezoning, and Concept Plan for a commercial site located at Route 173 and N. First Avenue.

2017 Draft Budget Presentation
Connections Magazine - Spring 2016
Spring & Summer Program Guide
Water and Sewer Bills Online
Authentic Antioch Website
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Public Works distributes list of non-flushable items

 

The Content of the webpage is approved by the Village Administrator and staff and is not intended for the use of outside agencies and their announcements.  Any organizations wishing to distribute event information may continue to do so through the Authentic Antioch website.  Please email Shawn Roby to submit your articles.