The Macomb City Council will meet on Monday, July 6th at 5:15 at Macomb City Hall. On the agenda, the Macomb City Council will consider an ordinance that will raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21 years old. The ordinance would establish a new penalty for possession of tobacco products under the age of 21. There would also be a penalty for anyone selling or providing access to tobacco products to a minor. Finally, the ordinance will create an exemption that will allow for underage employees, at least 16 years of age, to be able to sell tobacco products to legal aged adults. The City Council will also vote on the purchase of a new Police Interceptor, among other items. Supporting documents for each of the items Monday’s agenda are linked below.
PROCLAMATION FOR NATIONAL PARK AND RECREATION MONTH
Minutes of the Macomb City Council meeting held Monday, June 15, 2020, Committee of the Whole meeting held on Monday, June 22, 2020 and Special City Council meeting held on Monday, June 29, 2020.
Claims and Accounts
Consideration of an ordinance to amend Chapter 16, Section 1, 55 and 56 of the Municipal Code of Macomb, Illinois pertaining to prohibited sale, distribution, use and purchase of tobacco products by minors.
Other unfinished business.
Consideration to authorize the purchase of two 2020 Ford Police Interceptor Utility (Explorers) for the Macomb Police Department from Woodrum Ford/Toyota in the amount of $35,195.00 each plus $3,900.00 for equipment transferred and striping for a total of $72,290.00. This purchase will be from the Police Protective fund.
Consideration to approve the proposal for engineering services for Construction Observation for the City’s Safe Routes to School project with IMEG Corp. in the amount of $45,000.00.
Consideration to authorize the solicitation of bids for the 2020 Motor Fuel Tax street improvement projects.
Other new business.
July 6, 2020
Complete Count Census Update
To consider information relative to:
a) Appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of an employee of the public body or legal counsel for the public body, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (1) of the Open Meetings Act.
b) Collective Bargaining matters between the public body and its employees or
representatives or deliberations concerning salary schedules for one or more classes of employees, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (2) of the Open Meetings Act.
c) The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (5) of the Open Meetings Act.
d) The setting of a price for sale or lease of property owned by the public body,
pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (6) of the Open Meetings Act.
e) Pending or probable litigation, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (11) of the Open Meetings Act.