Sangamon County Building and Grounds Committee met January 22.
Sangamon County Building and Grounds Committee met Jan. 22.
Here is the minutes provided by the Committee:
Members Present: Pam Deppe, Brad Miller, Jason Ratts, Vera Small, Jeff Thomas
Others Present: William Furry, Brian McFadden, Patty Meyer, Wayne Rovey, Denise E. McCrady (Secretary)
Chair Ratts called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m.
Ratts requested a motion to approve the December 27, 2017 minutes. A motion to approve the minutes was made by Small and seconded Deppe. Motion carried (5-0).
Brian McFadden, County Administrator, reviewed with the Committee the policy on art donations. McFadden introduced William Fury, Director of the Illinois Historic Society. Furry informed the Committee that a donation was made by Carole and Peter Doris and the Illinois Historic Society to Sangamon County of a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. This donation was made in honor of former Attorney General Jim Ryan. The donors will make a formal presentation in the near future. It is the plan of the Illinois Historical Society to have one of these portraits to be hung in every County building in Illinois for the Illinois Bicentennial. A motion to accept the donation was made by Miller and seconded by Small. Motion carried (5-0).
Wayne Rovey, Information Systems, addressed the Committee requesting approval to hire a replacement PC/Network Specialist at an annual salary of $52,276 effective May 1, 2018. A motion to approve the request was made by Thomas and seconded by Miller. Motion carried (5-0).
Rovey requested approval of three resolutions for capital projects to be completed in 2018. The projects include a replacement of the Uninterruptable Power System (UPS) at a cost of $20,000, an upgrade to the voicemail system at a cost of $70,000, and an upgrade to the computer network at a cost of $55,000. A motion to approve the request and forward to the County Board was made by Thomas and seconded by Miller. Motion carried (5- 0).
Patty Meyer, Building & Grounds, addressed the Committee requesting approval to accept a bid from Vulcan for a steamer for the jail kitchen in the amount of $15,889. A motion to approve the request was made by Thomas and seconded by Deppe.
Meyer presented to the Committee her monthly report. Items included the painting and carpet replacement on the Court floors, beginning the upgrades at the new Child Advocacy Building, and the replacement of camera that is not compatible with the new DVR system. Small reported a complaint she had received on the carpeting in the elevators. Meyer informed the Committee that the process of preparing an RFP on the elevator replacement has begun.
There was no old business or public comment.
Ratts requested a motion to approve the requisitions. A motion to approve the requisitions was made by Miller and seconded by Small. Motion carried (5-0).
A motion to adjourn was made by Small and seconded by Thomas. Motion carried (5-0). Meeting adjourned.