Chatham Area Public Library District Board met May 22
Chatham Area Public Library District Board met May 22.
Here is the minutes as provided by the board:
I. Oath of Office for appointed Trustees - Holden and Jeffries
Oath of office given to the newly appointed CAPLD Board members Carrie Jeffries and
Dan Holden by Board President Christine Westerlund.
II. Board Meeting Called to Order
Westerlund called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Board members in attendance: C. Moore,
C. Jeffries, D. Holden, C. Westerlund, L. Ross and Director Byers. Absent: S. Fairfield
and M. Roubitchek. Roubitchek is available via phone, but this makes him a non-voting
member since he is not present.
III. Recognition of Visitors / Public Comments
No visitors or members of the public were present.
IV. Unfinished Business
A. De-Annexed lake-leased properties Litigation / APPROVAL
Executive Session 5ILCS120/2(c)(11)
Motion to move to executive session made by C. Moore, seconded by D.
Holden, motion unanimously passed.
The board discussed the upcoming court date on May 23rd and the CAPLD's
attorney's thoughts on how to proceed with the litigation.
Motion to adjourn executive session made by C. Jeffries, seconded by D.
Holden, motion passed unanimously
Let the record show that there was no further unfinished business discussed.
V. New Business
A. HVAC repair or replacement / APPROVAL
HVAC RTU-4 has a refrigerant leak on the compressor discharge line. The cost
of repair given by E.L. Pruitt would cost $1,030.80. Due to the age of the unit
(purchased in 1995) and pending other mechanical problems, a motion was
made by D. Holden to purchase a new unit to replace RTU-4, at a price of
$9,286.00, seconded by C. Moore, motion passed unanimously.
Byers also discussed issues with another HVAC unit, RTU12. Pruitt found that
the condenser coil was cracked and needs to either be repaired or replaced.
Byers will bring back more information at the next meeting.
Let the record show that there was no further new business discussed.
A. Next Board Meeting – Thursday, June 22nd, 2017
Motion to adjourn was made by D. Holden and seconded by C. Jeffries. The motion passed