City Council Meeting

August 14, 2017

Agenda 6:45 p.m. Watch Live
City Council Chambers, City Hall, third floor, 1528 Third Avenue, Rock Island, IL

1. Mayor Thoms will call the meeting to order.

2. Roll Call.

3. Pledge of Allegiance.

4. Moment of Silence.

5. Minutes of the Goal Setting Sessions: June 23, June 24, July 18, and July 19,
2017.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the Minutes as
printed.

Documents:

MINUTES GOAL SETTING 062317.PDF
MINUTES GOAL SETTING 062417.PDF
MINUTES GOAL SETTING 071817.PDF
MINUTES GOAL SETTING 071917.PDF

6. Minutes of the meeting of July 24, 2017.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the Minutes as
printed.

Documents:

MINUTES 072417.PDF

7. Update Rock Island by Mayor Thoms.

8. Announcement of the 2017 Rock Island Citizen of the Year Winners.

9. Proclamation declaring August 13 through August 19, 2017 as Rock Island Clown
Appreciation Week.

Documents:

CLOWN APPRECIATION PROC 081417.PDF

10. An Ordinance authorizing the issuance of two series of unlimited tax General
Appreciation Week.

Documents:

CLOWN APPRECIATION PROC 081417.PDF

10. An Ordinance authorizing the issuance of two series of unlimited tax General
Obligation Bonds, Series 2017A for the financing of roadway improvement
projects at an estimated cost of $2,500,000 and refunding of all or a portion of the
outstanding General Obligation Bonds, Series 2008A and 2009B and Series
2017B for the refunding of all or a portion of the outstanding General Obligation
Bonds, Series 2008B and 2009A.
Note: A second reading will be held on Monday, August 28, 2017 for final
consideration.

Motion: Motion whether or not to consider the ordinance.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

2017 BONDS ORDINANCE AND ESCROW AGREEMENT 081417.PDF

11. Claims

a. Report from the Public Works Department regarding payment #1 in the
amount of $38,204.00 to Greenspace Associates of Davenport, IA for the
2017 Sod Replacement Program.

Documents:

2017-090 GREENSPACE 2017 SOD REPLACEMENT 081417.PDF

b. Report from the Public Works Department regarding payment #2 in the
amount of $140,905.75 to Centennial Contractors of the Quad Cities, Inc. of
Moline, IL for the 2017 Sidewalk and Pavement Patching Program.

Motion: Motion whether or not to accept the reports
and authorize payments for Claims Items a
and b as recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

2017-091 CENTENNIAL 2017 SIDEWALK 081417.PDF

12. Claims for the weeks of July 21 through July 27 in the amount of $479,299.00, July
28 through August 3 in the amount of $357,032.67, and August 4 through August
10 in the amount of $634,484.67; and payroll for the weeks of July 17 through July
30 in the amount of $1,542,737.52.

Motion: Motion whether or not to allow the claims and
payroll.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

CHECK REGISTER 072717 081417.PDF
AP CHECK REGISTER 080317 081417.PDF
APCHECKREGISTER081017 (1) 081417.PDF
Documents:

CHECK REGISTER 072717 081417.PDF
AP CHECK REGISTER 080317 081417.PDF
APCHECKREGISTER081017 (1) 081417.PDF
EXPENSE POSTING REPORT 080417 081417.PDF

13. ACH Payments for the month of July in the amount of $3,400,157.01.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the ACH
payments.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

ACH REPORT - JULY 2017 081417.PDF

14. Purchase Card Claims for the period from June 27 through July 26, 2017 in the
amount of $63,051.97.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the purchase
card claims.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

PURCHASE CARD COUNCIL REPORT 062717-072617 081417.PDF

15. Report from the Information Technology Department regarding bids for the
installation of ten (10) security cameras in and around the area of Glenhurst
Court, recommending the bid be awarded to Tri-City Electric Co. of Davenport, IA
in the amount of $37,055.00.

Motion: Motion whether or not to award the bid as
recommended and authorize the City Manager to
execute the contract documents.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

CY17-010 GLENHURST COURT IT BID-CONTRACT 081417.PDF

16. Report from the Information Technology Department regarding an agreement
renewal with Rock Island County for the lease of City fiber optic infrastructure.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the agreement as
recommended and authorize the City Manager to
execute the contract documents.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

CY17-009 FIBER RENEWAL COUNTY 081417.PDF

17. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding
Documents:

CY17-009 FIBER RENEWAL COUNTY 081417.PDF

17. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding
the sale of City-owned property at the northwest corner of IL 92 and Andalusia
Road to Casey's Retail Company for $50,000.00.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the purchase
agreement as recommended; authorize the City
Manager to execute the contract documents; and
consider, suspend the rules, and pass the
ordinance.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

CASEYS COUNCIL PACKET 081417.PDF

18. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding
an incentive agreement and purchase agreement with Rock Island Coffee for the
purchase of City-owned property at 2711 18th Avenue for the appraised price of
$5,500.00.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the incentive
agreement and the sale of property as
recommended and authorize the City Manager to
execute the contract documents, subject to minor
attorney modifications.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

RI COFFEE COUNCIL PACKET 081417.PDF

19. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding a
development agreement with Saratoga Capital LLC for the development of the
property commonly known as the VanDerGinst / Riverview Lofts / Best Building.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the development
agreement as recommended and authorize the
City Manager to execute the contract documents.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET SARATOGA DEVELOPMENT AGMT 081417.PDF

20. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding a
pilot program and agreement with the Illinois Department of Revenue for City
Inspection staff to conduct LC-13 Liquor Compliance Field Inspections.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the agreement as
recommended and authorize the City Manager to
execute the contract documents.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.
pilot program and agreement with the Illinois Department of Revenue for City
Inspection staff to conduct LC-13 Liquor Compliance Field Inspections.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the agreement as
recommended and authorize the City Manager to
execute the contract documents.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

MEMO FOR LC-13 INSPECTIONS 081417.PDF

21. Report from the Police Department regarding a Memorandum of Understanding
with Rock Island County and the City of Moline for a 2017 Justice Assistance
Grant application.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the Memorandum
of Understanding as recommended and authorize
City officials to execute the agreement.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

JAG GRANT 081417.PDF

22. Report from the Finance Department regarding an adjustment to the CY 2017
Budget, recommending increasing the Community Development Block Grant
Fund budget by $43,000.00.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the budget
adjustment as recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

024-17 CY 2017 BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - CED (2) 081417.PDF

23. Report from the Finance Department regarding an adjustment to the CY 2017
Budget increasing the Columbia TIF #5 Fund by $15,000.00.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the budget
adjustment as recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

025-17 CY 2017 BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - CED LIGHTING 081417.PDF

24. Report from the Finance Department regarding an adjustment to the CY 2017
Budget, recommending increasing the Community Economic Development Fund
by $3,070.40 through a transfer from the Gaming Fund.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the budget
adjustment as recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.
Budget, recommending increasing the Community Economic Development Fund
by $3,070.40 through a transfer from the Gaming Fund.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the budget
adjustment as recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

026-17 CY 2017 BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - GAMING 081417.PDF

25. Report from the Finance Department regarding an adjustment to the CY 2017
Budget, recommending increasing the Wastewater Operation & Maintenance
Fund by $1,466,348.61; the Solid Waste Fund by $6,718.92; the Fleet Services
Fund by $125,545.86; and the Park & Recreation Fund by $47,192.83.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the budget
adjustments as recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

027-17 CY 2017 BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - DEPRECIATION 08-14-
17.PDF

26. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding a
policy change for the 2018 Gaming Grant Funds reducing the maximum amount
request from $10,000.00 to $8,000.00.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the policy change
as recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

CED GAMING GRANT MEMO AND POLICIES 08142017.PDF

27. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding
the establishment of a revenue account by the City Finance Department
designated for the Arts Advisory Committee.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the request as
recommended.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

ARTS REVENUE ACCOUNT FINAL (1) 081417.PDF

28. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding
the creation of a Rock Island Public Art Maintenance Policy.

Motion: Motion whether or not to accept the Rock Island
Public Art Maintenance Policy.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.
28. Report from the Community and Economic Development Department regarding
the creation of a Rock Island Public Art Maintenance Policy.

Motion: Motion whether or not to accept the Rock Island
Public Art Maintenance Policy.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

PUBLIC ART MAINTENANCE POLICY FINAL 081417.PDF

29. Report from the Public Works Department regarding the surplus of vehicles and
equipment, recommending that the items be declared as surplus.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the request as
recommended, refer to the City Attorney for an
ordinance, and authorize staff to dispose of the
items in a manner that will be advantageous to the
City.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

2017-092 (1) PW SURPLUS 081417.PDF

30. Report from the Public Works Department regarding a request to disband the
Water Resources Advisory Committee.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the request as
recommended and authorize the City Attorney to
process the necessary paperwork.

Documents:

2017-089 PW DISBAND ADV CMTE 081417.PDF

31. Report from the Fire Department regarding a request from the Rock Island
Firefighters Association, IAFF Local 26, to utilize the intersection of 30th Street
and 18th Avenue on Friday, September 1st from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday,
September 2nd and Sunday, September 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for their
annual Muscular Dystrophy Association "Fill the Boot" fundraising campaign.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the request as
recommended.

Documents:

MEMO TO CM_20170807_FILLTHEBOOT 081417.PDF

32. Report from the Traffic Engineering Committee regarding a request for the
installation of a handicapped parking space at 2735 8 1/2 Avenue.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the request as
recommended and refer to the City Attorney for an
ordinance.

Documents:
Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the request as
recommended and refer to the City Attorney for an
ordinance.

Documents:

2017-088 TEC CRAWFORD REQUEST 081417.PDF

33. Report from the Mayor regarding Reappointments and Appointments to the Water
Pollution Control Board, the Stormwater Board of Appeals, the Ethics
Commission, and the Human Rights Commission.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the
reappointments and appointments as
recommended.

Documents:

VARIOUS BOARDS 080917 (2) 081417.PDF

34. Report from the City Clerk regarding an Activity Permit application for the St.
Patrick's Day Parade to be held on Saturday, March 17, 2018 beginning at 11:30
a.m. and a Resolution authorizing the use of a portion of 15th Street from 2nd
Avenue to the Centennial Bridge.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the event as
recommended and adopt the resolution.
RC Roll Call vote is needed.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET ST. PATRICKS DAY PARADE FOR 2018
081417.PDF

35. Report from the City Clerk regarding an Activity Permit application from the
Cornbelt Running Club to hold their 29th annual Nancy Kapheim Memorial Classic
5K and 10K Run on Sunday, October 1, 2017 beginning at 8:00 a.m.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the event as
recommended.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET CORNBELT OCTOBER 1 RACE EVENT
081417.PDF

36. Street Closing and Sound Amplification Requests

a. Report from the City Clerk regarding a request for Sound Amplification from
Augustana College for a concert to be held on Saturday, August 19, 2017
from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. in the campus Lower Quad at 3435 9 1/2 Street.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET AUGUSTANA CONCERT AUG 19 SOUND
AMPLIF 081417.PDF
from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. in the campus Lower Quad at 3435 9 1/2 Street.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET AUGUSTANA CONCERT AUG 19 SOUND
AMPLIF 081417.PDF

b. Report from the City Clerk regarding a request for a street closing at 9th
Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue; along with a sound amplification
permit for the Rock Island County NAACP Community Day Celebration and
Resource Fair to be held on Saturday, September 9, 2017 from noon to 4:00
p.m. at the Martin Luther King Center at 630 9th Street.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET RI COUNTY NAACP ST. CLOSING-SOUND
AMP. 081417.PDF

c. Report from the City Clerk regarding a request from Matt Stoefen for a street
closing of 22nd Street between 16th Avenue and 17th Avenue for the Highland
Park Historic Neighborhood Association Block Party to be held on Sunday,
September 24, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET HPHNA-STOEFEN STREET CLOSING
081417.PDF

d. Report from the City Clerk regarding a request from Breanna Harris for a
street closing of 8th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue for a birthday
party to be held on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Motion: Motion whether or not to approve the requests
as recommended for items a through d.

Documents:

COUNCIL PACKET HARRIS STREET CLOSING REV 081417.PDF

37. Other Business

38. Motion to adjourn.
Adjourn to 6:45 p.m., Monday, August 28, 2017.

This agenda may be obtained in accessible formats by qualified persons with a disability by
making appropriate arrangements from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, by contacting
City Clerk Judith Gilbert at (309) 732-2010 or visiting in person at: 1528 Third Avenue, Rock
Island, IL 61201.
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND June 23, 2017
CITY COUNCIL MEETING-GOAL SETTING MINUTES

The Rock Island City Council met at 1:00 p.m. at the Rock Island Police Station at 1212 5th
Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois for day one of their annual Goal Setting session. Present were
Mayor Mike Thoms presiding, and Aldermen Ivory D. Clark, Virgil J. Mayberry, James
Spurgetis, Stephen L. Tollenaer, Dylan Parker, Joshua Schipp, and Dave Geenen. Also present
were City Manager Randy Tweet, Human Resources Director John Thorson, City Attorney Dave
Morrison and Lyle Sumek, Group Facilitator of Sumek and Associates.

Mayor Thoms said he appreciated everyone taking the time to do Goal Setting. They are building
the future for the City and he hopes they will get a lot accomplished.

Mr. Sumek briefly discussed the Strategic Planning Model process.

Mr. Sumek and Council reviewed various major accomplishments (successes) that were
identified by staff and Council members in the past year, some of which included; new
procedures and processes to ensure continued receipt of CDBG funds; the relationship with
Augustana College; funding agreements with various organizations; neighborhood engagement
plan; inventory of commercial districts; Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)
award for Excellence in Financial Reporting (audit report); GFOA Distinguished Budget
Presentation award; review and amendment of financial policies; restructured staffing of
Customer Service and Accounting Divisions in the Finance Department; participation by the Fire
Department in two full-scale exercises in 2016; continued improvements in patient care resulting
in increase of survival rates of patients in cardiac arrest and improved outcomes in patients with
stroke or heart attack by the Fire Department; adoption of an ordinance requiring electronic
submission of Fire Department inspection reports; upgrade of patient care reporting (PCR)
software by the Fire Department; savings of $378,000 in 2017 health insurance premiums; the
onsite Wellness Center; the Benefit and Wellness Fair; key staff hires for new Fire Chief, Parks
and Recreation Director, Martin Luther King Center Director, Finance Director, Community and
Economic Development Director, and City Clerk; FOP union negotiations; City website
redesign; video expansion (camera projects); telecommunications consolidation; IT customer
satisfaction survey; renegotiated library service contract with Milan-Blackhawk Area Public
Library District; completion of Library master plan; contract with Midwest Writing Center for
rental of space at Main Library; rejoining the PrairieCat Consortium for library services;
updating of the MLK Center strategic plan; implementation of the Family Advocacy Center at
the King Center; hosting of a legislative breakfast at the King Center; increase in revenue from
grants and rentals at the MLK Center; reorganization of the Parks and Recreation Department;
community meetings and roundtable discussions regarding the Parks and Recreation Department;
creation of facility/program/event review for the Parks and Recreation Department;
establishment and success of the Friends of Hauberg Civic Center and Friends of Douglas Park;
outdoor pickle ball facility; purchase and implementation of body cameras by the Police
Department; Community Crime Prevention Partnership monthly meetings; creation of DEA task
force position; Police Department community engagement programs; completion of the Water
Treatment Plant Filter Building design; completion of the 6th Avenue Relief Sewer (Long Term
Control Plan) project; completion of the Farmall Storage Tank (LTCP) project; and in-house
completion of various street projects at lower cost than outsourcing.

Mr. Sumek suggested putting City successes on the website with pictures and video.
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND June 23, 2017
CITY COUNCIL MEETING-GOAL SETTING MINUTES

Council then reviewed each element of the City Vision that was created last year and chose the
elements of what they wanted to see in 2032.

Council created a new Vision for Rock Island: Rock Island is a Growing City with a Vibrant
Downtown and Livable Neighborhoods. Rock Island respects Diversity and History. Our
Citizens enjoy Quality Homes and Places for Enjoyment and Fun.

Note: Alderman Mayberry left at 4:45 p.m.

The meeting was recessed at 5:33 p.m.

_________________________
Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND June 24, 2017
CITY COUNCIL MEETING-GOAL SETTING MINUTES

The Rock Island City Council met at 8:30 a.m. at the Rock Island Police Station at 1212 5th
Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois for day two of their annual Goal Setting session. Present were
Mayor Mike Thoms presiding, and Aldermen Ivory D. Clark, Virgil J. Mayberry, James
Spurgetis, Stephen L. Tollenaer, and Dylan Parker. Also present were City Manager Randy
Tweet, Human Resources Director John Thorson, City Attorney Dave Morrison and Lyle
Sumek, Group Facilitator of Sumek and Associates. Alderman Dave Geenen arrived at 8:45 a.m.
and Alderman Joshua Schipp arrived at 8:49 a.m.

Mr. Sumek reviewed the agenda and process for the day. He said they probably will not finish
reviewing the priorities for the next year, but he will be back in the area and they can continue
the process at a later date. There is a lot of information to cover and being a new Council, they
need to set their own pace. They are framing the issues; it is a planning session.

Mr. Sumek reviewed the revised Vision created by Council during the first day of Goal Setting:
Rock Island is a Growing City with a Vibrant Downtown and Livable Neighborhoods. Rock
Island respects Diversity and History. Our Citizens enjoy Quality Homes and Places for
Enjoyment and Fun.

Mr. Sumek distributed the Goals for 2022 from the Strategic Plan: 1) Financially sound City
providing high quality service and infrastructure; 2) Expanding local economy; 3) Revitalization
of strategic locations; and 4) Increase population through livable neighborhoods.

Council reviewed the objectives or outcomes, the challenges and opportunities, and 2017-2018
actions for the first three goal statements; and then selected the priorities for the objectives or
outcomes, the challenges and opportunities, and 2017-2018 actions for the first three goal
statements.

Human Resources Director John Thorson presented his report on bringing the legal department
in-house. The staff recommendation is to continue with contracted legal services which is more
cost effective. Discussion followed.

Mr. Sumek proposed continuing Goal Setting over two evenings in July. Governance issues will
also be discussed at that time.

Council members made concluding remarks about the goal setting process.

Note: Alderman Mayberry left at noon and returned at 12:38 p.m. Alderman Tollenaer left at
12:23 p.m. due to illness.

A motion was made by Alderman Schipp and seconded by Alderman Parker to adjourn the
meeting. The motion carried by the following Aye and No vote; those voting Aye being;
Alderman Clark, Alderman Mayberry, Alderman Spurgetis, Alderman Parker, Alderman Schipp,
and Alderman Geenen; those voting No, none. The meeting was adjourned at 3:47 p.m.

____________________________
Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND July 18, 2017
CITY COUNCIL MEETING-GOAL SETTING MINUTES

The Rock Island City Council met at 4:00 p.m. in the Human Resources Conference Room of
Rock Island City Hall for the third meeting of their annual Goal Setting session. Present were
Mayor Mike Thoms presiding, and Aldermen Virgil J. Mayberry, Stephen L. Tollenaer, Dylan
Parker, and Ivory D. Clark. Also present were City Manager Randy Tweet, Human Resources
Director John Thorson, City Attorney Dave Morrison and Lyle Sumek, Group Facilitator of
Sumek and Associates. Alderman Dave Geenen arrived at 4:04 p.m. Alderman James Spurgetis
arrived at 4:05 p.m. Alderman Joshua Schipp arrived at 4:49 p.m.

Mayor Thoms began the session with his opening remarks. He encouraged Council to think
fiscally responsible; the budget is tight. He said he hopes money spent will bring a return back to
the City; they still must invest in the future. However, when prioritizing for the future, think
about what will get the City the best return for the City’s money.

Lyle Sumek reviewed the summaries for the Vision and the five year plan. He explained the
process for the night’s session.

Council reviewed individual statements for and selected priorities for the objectives or outcomes,
the challenges and opportunities, and 2017-2018 actions for the fourth goal statement: Increase
population through livable neighborhoods.

Following discussion, Council selected their priorities for the coming year, ranking them into top
priorities and high priorities. Council also selected management priorities for the next year.

POLICY AGENDA 2017-2018
TOP PRIORITIES

1. Street Service Level: Plan and Funding
2. Budget CY 2018 and Debt
3. 11th Street Business Corridor Development
4. Regional Collaboration for Reduced Cost of Service Delivery
5. Columbia Park Business Expansion
6. Highway 92 Corridor Blight Elimination Plan
7. Human Rights Commission
8. Crime/Shooting Reduction Plan

POLICY AGENDA 2017-2018
HIGH PRIORITIES

1. Old Country Market Study/Clean-up
2. Community Engagement Strategy and Actions
3. Bond Rating Retention/Improvement Plan
4. Community Information Technology Infrastructure
5. Small Business Development/Growth Programs
6. College Hill District Redevelopment/Business Development
7. Rock Island Downtown – Historic Place Designation
8. S.W. Rock Island Residential Development
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND July 18, 2017
CITY COUNCIL MEETING-GOAL SETTING MINUTES

9. Community Cameras Plan and Direction
10. Solar Power Policy and Program
11. CORA – Fleeing and Eluding Ordinance

MANAGEMENT AGENDA 2017-2018
TOP PRIORITIES

1. Comprehensive 360 Evaluation Program for Managers and Employees
2. Zoning Ordinance: Revision/Update
3. City Investment Policy
4. City Brand and Marketing
5. Riverview Lofts
6. Downtown Building and Land Inventory
7. College Hill Business Liaison

MANAGEMENT AGENDA 2017-2018
HIGH PRIORITIES

1. Downtown Plan
2. Downtown Streetscape Standards
3. Revenue Manual/Debt Collection
4. Police/Fire Pensions
5. Gaming Revenues
6. 9-1-1 Communications Center
7. King Center Board Expansion
8. Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion: Equipment Rehabilitation/Replacement
9. Building/Fire Codes: Update

Lyle Sumek stated that staff will develop action plans for the priorities tomorrow at their session.
At tomorrow night’s session, Council will review and discuss governance issues.

City Manager Tweet asked for clarification on the Solar Power Policy and Program item.

Note: Alderman Mayberry left at 4:45 p.m. and returned at 5:55 p.m.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:20 p.m.

____________________________
Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND July 19, 2017
CITY COUNCIL MEETING-GOAL SETTING MINUTES

The Rock Island City Council met at 4:00 p.m. in the Human Resources Conference Room of
Rock Island City Hall for the fourth meeting of their annual Goal Setting session. Present were
Mayor Mike Thoms presiding, and Aldermen Virgil J. Mayberry, James Spurgetis, Stephen L.
Tollenaer, Dylan Parker, Dave Geenen, Ivory D. Clark. Also present were City Manager Randy
Tweet, Human Resources Director John Thorson, City Attorney Dave Morrison and Lyle
Sumek, Group Facilitator of Sumek and Associates. Alderman Joshua Schipp arrived at 4:21
p.m.

Lyle Sumek briefly reviewed the draft of the Strategic Plan he distributed. He reminded Council
that the Strategic Plan is an ongoing process and varies from year to year. He also said that bond
agencies review a municipality’s strategic plan, including continuity and results.

The following were briefly reviewed: the revised Rock Island Vision 2032; the Sustainable City
model; the City of Rock Island Goals 2022; the Action Agenda 2017 – 2018; the Policy Agenda
2017 – 2018 priorities; and the Management Agenda 2017 – 2018 priorities.

For each of the four City Goals, the Action Plan for each Priority was reviewed and clarified.

Mr. Sumek and Council discussed various governance issues: Mayor and Council protocol
operating guidelines including communications between Mayor, Council, City Manager, and
staff; representation of the City by elected officials; and email. They also discussed a pay
increase for Council; policy for Council’s budget; frequency and format of study sessions and
Council meetings; and Boards and Commissions vacancies and attendance policies.

Mr. Sumek commended Council for the work they have accomplished during the goal setting
sessions. Council thanked Mr. Sumek for his work.

Note: Alderman Mayberry left at 5:03 p.m. and returned at 5:31 p.m. Alderman Geenen left at
7:46 p.m.

Alderman Schipp moved and Alderman Spurgetis seconded to adjourn the meeting. The motion
carried by the following Aye and No vote: those voting Aye being; Alderman Mayberry,
Alderman Spurgetis, Alderman Tollenaer, Alderman Parker, Alderman Schipp, and Alderman
Clark; those voting No, none. The meeting was adjourned at 8:24 p.m.

_________________________
Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND                                                                                             
CITY COUNCIL MEETING  

July 24, 2017 Study Session

Present: Mayor Thoms; Aldermen Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Geenen, and Clark.
Note: Alderman Parker arrived at 6:02 p.m. and Alderman Schipp arrived at 6:06 p.m.
Staff: City Manager Randy Tweet, Finance Director Stephanie Masson, City Clerk Judith Gilbert, Hector
Lareau for City Attorney Dave Morrison, and other City staff.

FINANCE: CITY INVESTMENT POLICY                                                                                       

Finance Director Stephanie Masson distributed two documents: the City's current investment policy and a draft
of Ms. Masson's recommended investment policy. Ms. Masson explained there are three City Investment
Policies for: 1) Police Pension Fund; 2) Firefighters Pension Fund; and 3) City of Rock Island. She explained
pension funds are governed by their boards and are for the payment of benefits in the future. The City's funds 
are for the management of the day to day operations of the City. She encouraged Council to look in their
Budget books for the section on the City Investment Policy. Any changes will require Council approval. The
Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) publishes "Best Practices" for investment policies. The
City must also comply with the Illinois Compiled Statutes (ILCS). There is also a compliance review done by 
the City's auditors to ensure adherence to the City's Investment Policy. For the 2016 Audit, the auditors noted
there was one area where the City was not compliant with its investment policy in the matter of internal controls.

Ms. Masson read a statement from the GFOA regarding investment policy: "An investment policy describes the 
parameters for investing government funds and identifies the investment objectives, preferences, or tolerance for 
risk, constraints on the investment portfolio, and how the investment program will be managed and
monitored. It demonstrates a commitment to the fiduciary care of public funds."

She then reviewed the items recommended by the GFOA's Best Practices to be included in a city investment 
policy: scope and investment objectives (what funds are covered and what is your goal for the funds); roles, 
responsibilities, and standard of care (who has management and oversight and the "prudent person" standard); 
suitable and authorized investments (that meet ILCS requirements); investment diversification; safekeeping,
custody, and internal controls; authorized financial institutions, depositories, brokers/dealers (a list of institutions 
and professionals); risk and performance standards (tolerance for risk, benchmarks for rate of return); and
reporting and disclosure standards. 

Ms. Masson read a statement from the GFOA regarding collateralizing public deposits: "The safety of public
funds should be the foremost objective in public fund management. Collateralization of public deposits
is through the pledging of appropriate securities or other instruments. The amount of pledged collateral is 
determined by a government entity's deposit level." She said the GFOA also has a best practice for
collateralizing public deposits; they recommend a minimum of 102% collateral. She explained that collateralizing
deposits is expensive; the city's current requirement is 110% collateralization. Ms. Masson explained
collateralization in more detail and said the cost of collateralization of deposits is passed through banking fees
and is expensive.

Ms. Masson discussed the three state statutes that govern the management of local government investments.
She reviewed the highlights of the Public Investment Act with regard to Authorized Investments, Investment
Policy, and consideration of a financial institution's commitment to the community or CRA rating (Community
Reinvestment Act). Deposits must be collateralized because the FDIC only insures deposits up to $250,000.
The City may have cash on hand of $25 million in all accounts. The City uses the Public Treasurer's Investment
Pool. Ms. Masson explained that the prudent person standard of care means managing the portfolio as if it
were your own. This standard applies to the City Treasurer and any professionals managing the City's
She reviewed the highlights of the Public Investment Act with regard to Authorized Investments, Investment
Policy, and consideration of a financial institution's commitment to the community or CRA rating (Community
Reinvestment Act). Deposits must be collateralized because the FDIC only insures deposits up to $250,000.
The City may have cash on hand of $25 million in all accounts. The City uses the Public Treasurer's Investment
Pool. Ms. Masson explained that the prudent person standard of care means managing the portfolio as if it
were your own. This standard applies to the City Treasurer and any professionals managing the City's
investments.

Ms. Masson showed an excerpt from the 2017 1st Quarter Financial Management Report with the different
funds broken out separately (government, proprietary, fiduciary, and total funds) with the available cash in each 
fund. These funds fall under the City's Investment Policy. She reviewed the asset status showing the percentage
of investments with all financial institutions. Alderman Mayberry asked if and why the City has no investments in
credit unions. Ms. Masson replied that there is no reason not to; however, the City's banking services are 
handled by American Bank. Deposits from the state are coming into Illinois Funds. There are costs and benefits 
for spreading the investments among different institutions. There has not been the opportunity for funds to be
deposited into credit unions. Alderman Mayberry asked Ms. Masson to look into the FDIC maximum limit for 
credit unions; is it $250,000 like banks.

Ms. Masson reviewed the monthly investment interest rates for all of the institutions with City funds. The GFOA
has a benchmark of 0.760% interest rate. She presented a chart showing monthly investment totals for all
financial institutions. American Bank matches the 3-month Treasury bill rate; currently 0.760%. She explained
the goal is to always have $5 million in the checking account at American Bank to cover monthly expenditures.

Finally, Ms. Masson reviewed her recommended changes to the City's Investment Policy. She has re-organized
and re-structured the City Investment Policy, making it easier to understand and find things. There were two
major changes. Ms. Masson is recommending that collateralization of deposits be no less than 105%; currently
the requirement is no less than 110%. The second change is regarding diversification recommending no more
than 50% of the City of Rock Island's total investment portfolio be invested with a single financial institution;
currently it is no more than 20%.  This was the area the auditors noted where the City was not compliant with 
its investment policy. At the end of 2016, Black Hawk Bank and Trust had more than 20% of the portfolio held
in CDs. She is always looking for the maximum yield from financial institutions. Ms. Masson stated that for most
funds, there is 90 days cash on hand. There is no excess cash. She gave an example of the Water Treatment 
Filter Facility Project which is a $20 million project; typically the City has on hand $25 million cash across all 
funds. The project is an IEPA reimbursable project. It is bringing down the City's cash balances. This change in
diversification will give the City more flexibility especially in the leaner times. Another minor recommendation is 
the City Investment Policy will have a list of Authorized Financial Institutions in the appendix. There is also a 
fund with pooled cash from different funds; Ms. Masson said it is the best way to manage the investment funds.
Ms. Masson encouraged Council to review in the statistical section of the audit the ten year history for the
City's total investment return and amounts. Last year, the City earned $234,000 income on its investments 
compared to $1.2 million in 2008. There is a different market environment now; it's harder to get good returns.

Alderman Spurgetis asked for clarification on the water treatment filter facility project being IEPA reimbursable.
Ms. Masson explained that the project is covered by a $20 million reimbursable loan. The City pays 
the expenses and then requests reimbursement from IEPA. The amounts requested for reimbursement are then 
added to the loan balance. The City must pay all the bills for the project up front, so cash for the project is
being paid out by the City. Alderman Mayberry asked if the state was reimbursing the City on a timely basis.
Ms. Masson and Public Works Director Larry Cook said yes.

Alderman Parker asked why Davenport was taking all of their money out of Wells Fargo. Ms. Masson said she
did not know why. Alderman Geenen said he believes it is because Wells Fargo's Community Reinvestment
Rating (CRA) was downgraded. Alderman Parker asked if this is a standard in Davenport's investment policy 
expected from their financial institutions. Ms. Masson said there is a benchmark or standard regarding financial
institutions' CRA rating recommended in a municipality's investment policy.

Alderman Parker asked how much the City is billed for fees annually from American Bank & Trust. Ms. 
Rating (CRA) was downgraded. Alderman Parker asked if this is a standard in Davenport's investment policy 
expected from their financial institutions. Ms. Masson said there is a benchmark or standard regarding financial
institutions' CRA rating recommended in a municipality's investment policy.

Alderman Parker asked how much the City is billed for fees annually from American Bank & Trust. Ms. 
Masson said it varies by month depending on the services; the average is $6,000 to $7,000 per month. This
amount does not include the credit card processing fees paid to JPMorgan and some other fees which are 
shown on the monthly ACH report.

Ms. Masson concluded with stating her goal is to bring a revised City Investment Policy for approval to Council 
in August.

The study session adjourned at 6:36 p.m.

7/24/2017 - Minutes

1. Mayor Thoms will call the meeting to order.

2. Roll Call.

Present: Mayor Mike Thoms; Alderman Virgil J. Mayberry, Alderman James Spurgetis, Alderman Stephen
L. Tollenaer, Alderman Dylan Parker, Alderman Joshua Schipp, Alderman Dave Geenen, and Alderman
Ivory D. Clark

Absent: None

Staff: City Manager Randy Tweet; Hector Lareau for City Attorney Dave Morrison; City Clerk Judith Gilbert;
and other City staff

3. Pledge of Allegiance.

4. Moment of Silence.

5. Minutes of the meeting of July 10, 2017.

MOTION:

Alderman Clark moved to approve the Minutes as printed; Alderman Tollenaer seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 voice vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

6. Minutes of the Executive Session of July 10, 2017.

MOTION:

Alderman Geenen moved to approve the Executive Session minutes; Alderman Spurgetis seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 voice vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.
Alderman Geenen moved to approve the Executive Session minutes; Alderman Spurgetis seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 voice vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

7. Update Rock Island by Mayor Thoms.

Tell on Your Neighbor - Each year, residents of Rock Island are encouraged to “Tell On Your Neighbor” by
nominating the yards in their neighborhood that they find to be the most appealing or the most improved.
The City of Rock Island’s Beautification Commission will review all entries and awards will be presented at
the September 11, 2017 City Council meeting. Nominations can be made through August 10, 2017 by
contacting the Community & Economic Development Department at (309) 732-2900 or via e-mail at
PLANNING@RIGOV.ORG.

Starlight Revue Concert Series – Tuesday, July 25, 2017 the Revue Concert Series will continue with the
Backwater Bayou Band starting at 7:00 p.m. at beautiful Lincoln Park. Hy-Vee Grill will provide food and
drink for purchase starting at 5:00 p.m. and the Friends of Hauberg will be selling treats as well. For event
status, please call (309) 732-7246 in case of inclement weather.

Labor Day Parade Registration - Calling all families, schools, churches, organizations, clubs and
businesses! The 33rd annual Rock Island Labor Day Parade is scheduled for Monday, September 4, 2017.
Registration forms, due dates, themes and more information can be found at WWW.RIGOV.ORG. The first
Labor Day Parade was held in 1985 as part of Rock Island's 150th Birthday. Over the past 30 years, the
parade has grown to average 150 entries and has become a popular event that draws thousands of
spectators. Get your organization entered so that citizens can see your name in a unique way.

Art in the Garden – The Quad City Botanical Center will host its first Art in the Garden party. This is a day
full of art, music, food trucks and gardens that you do not want to miss. The event will be held at the
Botanical Center on July 29, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with costs for adults at $8.00, ages 5-15 are
$4.00 and kids under 5 are free. Come get inspired by these artists of food, music and art. For more
information please call (309) 794-0991.

Highland Springs Renovations – The First Tee Quad Cities and Rock Island Parks and Recreation
Department are partnering to renovate the Highland Springs Driving Range practice facility and expand junior
golf programming. The driving range and practice facility will close on August 1, 2017 to undergo the major
renovation. Overall the goal is to expand its First Tee programming for Rock Island youth, which has
become a popular program, as over 175 children this summer have participated in the program.

8. Proclamation declaring July 27 through July 30, 2017 as the Commemoration of the Wall that
Heals in the Quad Cities.

Mayor Thoms read the proclamation. Andrew Kirkland accepted on behalf of WQPT.

9. Proclamation declaring August 1, 2017 as National Night Out.

Mayor Thoms read the proclamation. Ametra Carrol-Castaneda of the Community Caring Conference
accepted the proclamation. She invited all to participate in the National Night Out event to be held at
Longview Park on Tuesday, August 1 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Community Caring Conference is
sponsoring the event with games, activities, and refreshments. The organization has sponsored 150 block
clubs in its 40 years of existence.

10. Claims

a. Report from the Public Works Department regarding payment in the amount of $54,047.15
to Langman Construction, Inc. of Rock Island, IL for an emergency sanitary sewer repair at
9th Street and 24th Avenue. (075)

MOTION:
a. Report from the Public Works Department regarding payment in the amount of $54,047.15
to Langman Construction, Inc. of Rock Island, IL for an emergency sanitary sewer repair at
9th Street and 24th Avenue. (075)

MOTION:

Alderman Spurgetis moved to accept the report and authorize payment as recommended; Alderman
Mayberry seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen,
and Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

b. Report from the Public Works Department regarding payment in the amount of $67,500.00
to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency of Springfield, IL for annual fees for NPDES
permits. (083)

c. Report from the Public Works Department regarding payment in the amount of $15,677.77
to Compass Minerals of Atlanta, GA for the purchase of salt. (084)

MOTION:

Alderman Schipp moved to accept the reports and authorize payments as recommended for Claims
items b and c; Alderman Clark seconded.

DISCUSSION:

Alderman Spurgetis asked if the fees were temporary or must be paid in perpetuity. Public Works
Director Larry Cook responded the fees must be paid in perpetuity on an annual basis to maintain the
NPDES permits.

Alderman Mayberry asked if the City could purchase salt with other municipalities or the county to cut
costs. Mr. Cook replied this was the end of the salt purchase. City Manager Randy Tweet stated that
it is a state-wide bid; it is a very low rate and Compass Minerals was the lowest bidder.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen,
and Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

11. Claims for the weeks of July 7 through July 13 in the amount of $883,579.35 and July 14 through
July 20 in the amount of $902,760.07; and payroll for the weeks of July 3 through July 16, 2017 in
the amount of $1,528,969.51.

MOTION:

Alderman Clark moved to allow the claims and payroll; Alderman Mayberry seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

12. ACH Payments for the month of June in the amount of $1,777,102.36.

MOTION:

Alderman Schipp moved to approve the ACH payments; Alderman Parker seconded.

DISCUSSION:
MOTION:

Alderman Schipp moved to approve the ACH payments; Alderman Parker seconded.

DISCUSSION:

Alderman Mayberry asked what ACH stands for. Finance Director Stephanie Masson said ACH stands
for Automated Clearing House when funds are transferred directly from one bank account to another.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

13. Purchase Card Claims for the period from May 27 through June 26, 2017 in the amount of
$54,787.16.

MOTION:

Alderman Spurgetis moved to approve the purchase card claims; Alderman Tollenaer seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

14. Report from the Information Technology Department regarding the purchase of upgrades to the
ArcGIS and Cityworks software systems from Power Engineers of Meridian, ID in the amount of
$17,400.00. (008)

MOTION:

Alderman Schipp moved to approve the purchase as recommended and authorize the City Manager to sign
the agreement; Alderman Geenen seconded.

DISCUSSION:

Alderman Spurgetis asked about the optional post-deployment support and will the City need this.
Information Technology Director Tim Bain said he didn't think so.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

15. Report from the Public Works Department regarding bids for the 24th Street Water Main
Extension: South of RIFAC Project, recommending the bid be awarded to Langman
Construction, Inc. of Rock Island, IL in the amount of $193,595.00. (085)

MOTION:

Alderman Spurgetis moved to award the bid as recommended and authorize the City Manager to execute
the contract documents; Alderman Tollenaer seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

16. Report from the Public Works Department regarding bids for the 2017 Brick Street Repair
VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

16. Report from the Public Works Department regarding bids for the 2017 Brick Street Repair
Program, recommending the bid be awarded to Centennial Contractors of the Quad Cities, Inc.
of Moline, IL in the amount of $101,568.00. (086)

MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to award the bid as recommended and authorize the City Manager to execute
the contract documents; Alderman Mayberry seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

17. Report from the Parks and Recreation Department regarding an agreement with First Tee of
Davenport, IA for development of a program and learning facility at Highland Springs Golf
Course. (068)

MOTION:

Alderman Spurgetis moved to approve the agreement as recommended and authorize the City Manager to
execute the contract documents pending any minor modifications by the City Attorney; Alderman Tollenaer
seconded.

DISCUSSION:

Alderman Spurgetis met with the Parks and Recreation Department Director today and was concerned
about some vague language in the agreement regarding payment of fees.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

18. Report from the Human Resources Department regarding a Special Ordinance for prevailing
wage rates in the City of Rock Island.

MOTION:

Alderman Schipp moved to consider, suspend the rules, and pass the ordinance; Alderman Tollenaer
seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

19. Report from the Human Resources Department regarding a Resolution recommending
continued participation in IMRF for elected officials of the City of Rock Island.

MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to adopt the resolution as recommended; Alderman Spurgetis seconded.

VOTE:
MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to adopt the resolution as recommended; Alderman Spurgetis seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 6-1-0 roll call vote. Aye: Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and Clark. Nay:
Mayberry. Absent: None.

20. Report from the Finance Department regarding a Resolution of the City of Rock Island, Illinois
declaring its official intent to reimburse certain capital expenditures from the proceeds of future
debt issues. (023)

MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to adopt the resolution as recommended; Alderman Spurgetis seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

21. Report from the Finance Department regarding the Municipal Compliance Reports for the Fiscal
Year ending December 31, 2016 for the Police Pension Fund and the Fire Pension Fund. (019)

MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to accept the reports as recommended; Alderman Schipp seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 roll call vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

22. Report from the Martin Luther King Jr. Center Board of Directors requesting approval of
amendments to the by-laws of The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center.

MOTION:

Alderman Clark moved to approve the request as recommended; Alderman Schipp seconded.

DISCUSSION:

Mayor Thoms opened the discussion up to members of the audience.

Linda Dothard of Rock Island spoke against the request. She wanted to know what resources the board is
looking for in board members. She said there is untapped potential in Rock Island for board members.

Larry Hunter of Rock Island said outsiders do not share the commitment that residents of Rock Island have.

Vincent Thomas of Rock Island commended the board for trying to find a way to become self-sufficient. He
said the board has not sought out people in Rock Island. The board has said they want board members with
connections to donors.

Johnnie Woods of Rock Island asked if there were citizens from other cities on other Rock Island Boards.
Mayor Thoms responded this situation is unique because the Martin Luther King Center is a separate entity
and a 501c3 organization. Years ago, Council gave the MLK board the power to do this in their by-laws.
Mayor Thoms told Ms. Woods she could fill out an application if she was interested in serving on the board.

Mayor Thoms said it gives the MLK board the option to have non-residents serve on the board; it does not
Johnnie Woods of Rock Island asked if there were citizens from other cities on other Rock Island Boards.
Mayor Thoms responded this situation is unique because the Martin Luther King Center is a separate entity
and a 501c3 organization. Years ago, Council gave the MLK board the power to do this in their by-laws.
Mayor Thoms told Ms. Woods she could fill out an application if she was interested in serving on the board.

Mayor Thoms said it gives the MLK board the option to have non-residents serve on the board; it does not
mean they must appoint non-residents. Many people in Rock Island have the talent to serve. The change
opens up board membership to people who grew up in Rock Island, but no longer live in the city and still
want to serve. He encouraged residents to apply to serve on City boards; the City does not get many
applications from residents wanting to serve on boards.

Alderman Mayberry has asked who will be appointed to the board; the board has told him there are no
names yet. He said it is the Rock Island Martin Luther King Center, not the Quad Cities MLK Center. He
does not want outsiders overseeing Rock Island. He is against the change in the by-laws.

Alderman Clark asked MLK Director Jerry Jones about other by-laws changes. Mr. Jones said other
changes will be term limits and duties and responsibilities of board members; in particular, the time and
energy spent by board members. He asked if it has ever been said that Rock Island citizens are not
qualified to be on the board; Mr. Jones replied no. Alderman Clark stated there is much more competition in
today's world for grants and funds. Mr. Jones agreed with him and said it is very competitive for funding
dollars. The Rock Island Community Foundation is seeing more applications for funding than ever before.
Mr. Jones said a minimum of 72% of the MLK Center board members will be Rock Island residents; less
than 30% will be from outside Rock Island. This will benefit Rock Island citizens primarily. Mr. Jones said it
will open up opportunities for the center. Mayor Thoms said the Mayor must bring recommendations for
board members forward and Council approves or denies his recommendations. Alderman Clark said the
change is considered a best practice for boards; they need outside funding to pay for programming.

Alderman Mayberry asked when the Martin Luther King Center became a 501c3. Mr. Jones said it was in
1975. Alderman Mayberry asked if there were any other City entities that are a 501c3. Attorney Hector
Lareau said none that he was aware of in the City. Alderman Mayberry asked if this was approved could the
Park Board become a 501c3. Mr. Lareau said it was not an option for other departments. The MLK Center
is unique in that it provides programming and receives funding as a non-profit; it is a stand-alone entity.

Alderman Spurgetis said it was an emotional issue and impossible to please everyone. He asked MLK
Center board chairman David Levin if he views the MLK Center as a private facility for Rock Island only. Mr.
Levin responded they have looked at the issue for the last 2-3 years. They are trying to become macro
oriented as opposed to micro; it is a true Quad Cities community center and not just a west end or below
the hill center. Mr. Levin also said they reviewed board members' strengths and weaknesses as well as
their professional area of expertise in depth and the funding sources for the center and potential funding. Mr.
Levin said 50% of the funding comes from Rock Island, but $14 million came from the outside when they
expanded the center. Mr. Levin questioned why someone from John Deere or Modern Woodman or the
Arsenal could not serve on the MLK board.

Alderman Spurgetis asked if there were any board members dissenting on the proposed change. Mr. Levin
said at their board meeting two weeks ago, the vote was 100% unanimous in favor of the change and at
another vote earlier. In response to a request from Alderman Spurgetis, Mr. Levin agreed to re-evaluate the
services on an annual basis to assess if their plan is working and then report back to Council. Mr. Levin
said board members were asked to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses on what they will be giving to
the center in terms of time, activities, and volunteer work at functions for the MLK programs.

Alderman Tollenaer said he agrees with the community; he is not in favor of the proposed change.

Alderman Mayberry said Rock Island is 60% female; only one female serves on the MLK board, Finance
Director Stephanie Masson who is required to serve on the board. Mr. Levin agreed that is one weakness of
the board. Mayor Thoms said women are not applying to be on the board.

Alderman Schipp asked for the vote to be called.

Vincent Thomas said a 501c3 must do the hiring of staff; the MLK board does not do the hiring of the
Director. The current Director was hired by the City Manager and reports to the City Manager. That is a
conflict. Mr. Lareau said that is not correct; 501c3 status refers to tax status; it is a tax exemption granted
by the IRS. Governing and operating rules are set by the by-laws of the organization which are separate
from the IRS tax code.
Vincent Thomas said a 501c3 must do the hiring of staff; the MLK board does not do the hiring of the
Director. The current Director was hired by the City Manager and reports to the City Manager. That is a
conflict. Mr. Lareau said that is not correct; 501c3 status refers to tax status; it is a tax exemption granted
by the IRS. Governing and operating rules are set by the by-laws of the organization which are separate
from the IRS tax code.

Alderman Mayberry asked if staff get additional salary on top of what the City pays them. Mr. Lareau stated
no.

Alderman Spurgetis asked for the motion to be read again. Alderman Tollenaer read the agenda item. City
Clerk Gilbert read the motion.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 5-2-0 roll call vote. Aye: Spurgetis, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and Clark. Nay: Mayberry,
Tollenaer. Absent: None.

23. Report from the City Clerk regarding a request from Olivet Baptist Church for a street closing of
21st Avenue from 11th Street to 12th Street on Sunday, August 20, 2017 from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m.

MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to approve the request as recommended; Alderman Schipp seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 voice vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

24. Report from the City Clerk regarding requests from Kavanaugh's Hilltop Tavern to have outdoor
entertainment with sound amplification and the outdoor sale of alcohol in the fenced-in parking
lot from noon to 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 1228 30th Street.

MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to approve the requests as recommended, subject to complying with all liquor
license regulations, and subject to being closed down early if noise complaints are received; Alderman
Geenen seconded.

DISCUSSION:

Alderman Schipp recognized Tim Kavanaugh of Kavanaugh's Hilltop Tavern in the audience and thanked him
for having his business in Rock Island.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 voice vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

25. Report from the City Clerk regarding a request from Greater Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
for a street closing of 10th Avenue between 14th Street and 14 1/2 Street on Tuesday, July 25,
2017 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

MOTION:

Alderman Clark moved to approve the request as recommended; Alderman Schipp seconded.

VOTE:
MOTION:

Alderman Clark moved to approve the request as recommended; Alderman Schipp seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 voice vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

26. Other Business

Alderman Schipp commented on the decision made regarding the Martin Luther King Center board. While
some people may be upset by the decision, the MLK board feels the change will help them. He
commended Jerry Jones and his professionalism; Mr. Jones understands the non-profit community. If the
change does not work, the by-laws can be changed. Alderman Schipp said it could bring in top level
professionals from a wider community to the board.

Alderman Schipp reported the CEO of the Quad Cities Chamber has resigned. He has asked for information
regarding funds the City has put into the organization. He said from 2009 through 2017, the City has
invested $510,000. He does not understand how there is a positive return on that money. Those funds are
from the City's gaming revenues. Looking at the investment over time, if that half a million dollars had been
invested in the downtown or College Hill or streets and sidewalks, the benefits could be easily seen.
Questions were raised when the CEO presented to Council last year. Alderman Schipp said he would vote
now to leave the chamber.

Alderman Mayberry had asked the Quad Cities Chamber what businesses had been brought into Rock
Island. No one could name any. Alderman Schipp said the chamber promised there would be follow-up after
their presentation last year and there has been none.

Alderman Tollenaer thanked everyone for coming to the meeting tonight and encouraged them to apply to
be on the board.

Sandra Sisco of Lucky Cab of Rock Island read a letter she wrote to the City Clerk regarding the taxicab
license ordinance. Her company does mostly medical transport. She has concerns about the new
fingerprint/background check requirement which does not apply to drivers for Uber and Lyft. The industry is
struggling and she would like the ordinance changed.

Alderman Tollenaer asked the City Manager to prepare a report on the taxicab situation. City Manager
Randy Tweet said they are working on the report and will be bringing recommendations to Council in
August.

Sheleigh Martin invited Council to a benefit for Rochelle Davis, mother of three, who was murdered in her
home. The benefit will be held on Saturday, July 29 at Kavanaugh's Hilltop Tavern. Many people and
businesses have donated for the benefit. She requested a proclamation be prepared and presented at the
benefit. Mayor Thoms said he will attend.

Tom Geise of Rock Island reported on a broken water line that occurred last year near his house and still
has not been repaired, resulting in frozen ice all winter long and sinking of his sidewalk. Although a contract
has been finally awarded for repairs, Mr. Geise would like a guarantee that the water line and his sidewalk
will be fixed. Mayor Thoms asked that Alderman Geenen and Public Works Department work together on
the situation and keep the communication going on the situation.

Darwin Gray of Rock Island spoke about the continued pain of losing his brother, De'Mar Bester, to gun
violence last August. He thanked Council for their support.

Othea Stevenson of Shiloh, mother of De'Mar Bester, said since her sun's death she has been speaking out
against gun violence. She has been working to prevent future acts of violence and collected over 1000
signatures for lights and cameras in Glenhurst Court. She presented individual plaques to City Manager
Randy Tweet and Public Works Director Larry Cook for the time and support they have given to her and to
her family and for working to improve the situation in the neighborhood. Darwin Gray also thanked Chief
VenHuizen for being as open as he can with regards to the investigation of his brother's death. Mayor
Thoms thanked them for coming and sharing positive words about City employees and coming up with
solutions to the problem.
against gun violence. She has been working to prevent future acts of violence and collected over 1000
signatures for lights and cameras in Glenhurst Court. She presented individual plaques to City Manager
Randy Tweet and Public Works Director Larry Cook for the time and support they have given to her and to
her family and for working to improve the situation in the neighborhood. Darwin Gray also thanked Chief
VenHuizen for being as open as he can with regards to the investigation of his brother's death. Mayor
Thoms thanked them for coming and sharing positive words about City employees and coming up with
solutions to the problem.

Alderman Spurgetis said he hopes Council can meet with the Rock Island Police Department to get an
update on the shootings in Rock Island.

Alderman Schipp said they are ready to up the investment and use every tool available to reduce the gun
violence.

27. Motion to adjourn.

MOTION:

Alderman Tollenaer moved to adjourn the meeting; Alderman Schipp seconded.

VOTE:

Motion passed on a 7-0-0 voice vote. Aye: Mayberry, Spurgetis, Tollenaer, Parker, Schipp, Geenen, and
Clark. Nay: None. Absent: None.

                                                                           _______________________________________
                                                                                            Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk 
ORDINANCE NO. ____________

ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL
OBLIGATION BONDS OF 2017 OF THE CITY OF ROCK ISLAND,
ILLINOIS

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ROCK ISLAND,

ILLINOIS, AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. Authority, Purposes and Findings. This ordinance is adopted

pursuant to Section 6 of Article VII of the Illinois Constitution of 1970 and authorizes the

issuance of two series of unlimited tax general obligation bonds of the City of Rock

Island, Illinois (the “City”) for financing the following purposes:

(A) General Obligation Bonds, Series 2017A (the “2017A Bonds”) for (i) the

financing of street, alley and roadway improvement projects, at an estimated cost of

$2,500,000 (the “Road Projects”), (ii) the refunding of all or a portion of the outstanding

General Obligation Bonds, Series 2008A, of the City (the “2008A Bonds”) and (iii) the

refunding of all or a portion of the outstanding General Obligation Bonds, Series 2009B,

of the City (the “2009B Bonds”).
(B) General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2017B (the “2017B Bonds”)

for (i) the refunding of all or a portion of the outstanding General Obligation Bonds,

Series 2008B, of the City (the “2008B Bonds”) and (ii) the refunding of all or a portion of

the outstanding General Obligation Bonds, Series 2009A, of the City (the “2009A

Bonds”).

The 2017A Bonds and the 2017B Bonds are herein collectively referred to as the

“2017 Bonds”.

It is found and determined that the borrowing of money as authorized by this

ordinance is necessary for the welfare of the government and affairs of the City, is for

proper public purposes and is in the public interest.

Section 2. Refunding Plan. The City hereby authorizes the refunding of the

2008A Bonds, the 2008B Bonds, the 2009A Bonds and the 2009B Bonds. The City

Council hereby delegates to the Mayor the authority to select the particular 2008A

Bonds, 2008B Bonds, 2009A Bonds and 2009B Bonds to be refunded. Any 2008A

Bond so selected is herein called a “2008A Prior Bond”. Any 2008B Bonds so selected

is herein called a “2008B Prior Bond”. Any 2009A Bond so selected is herein called a

“2009A Prior Bond”. Any 2009B Bond so selected is herein called a “2009B Prior

Bond”. The 2008A Prior Bonds, the 2008B Prior Bonds, the 2009A Prior Bonds and the

2009B Prior Bonds are herein collectively called the “Prior Bonds”. The City Council

hereby delegates to the Mayor the authority to elect to redeem prior to maturity any one

or more of the Prior Bonds that are subject to optional redemption prior to maturity (the

“Callable Prior Bonds”). Each Callable Prior Bond selected for redemption prior to

maturity and not currently callable shall be redeemed on its first call date. Each

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Callable Prior Bond currently callable shall be redeemed within 90 days of the date of

issuance of the 2017 Bonds on a date determined by the Mayor.

The Mayor, the City Manager, the Finance Director and the other officers and

officials of the City are authorized and directed to do, or cause to be done, all things

necessary to accomplish the refunding of the Prior Bonds and the redemption of the

Callable Prior Bonds.

Section 3. Approval of Finance Plan. The City determines to proceed with

the financing of the Road Projects and the refunding of the Prior Bonds. In order to

accommodate current market practices and to provide the opportunity to sell the 2017

Bonds under the most favorable terms, the City Council hereby delegates to the Mayor

the authority to offer and sell the 2017 Bonds pursuant to a negotiated sale and to make

the various determinations with respect to the 2017 Bonds as provided in this

ordinance.

All determinations delegated to the Mayor pursuant to this ordinance shall be

made by the Mayor by the execution of one or more bond orders (each a “Bond Order”).

The delegated authority granted to the Mayor pursuant to this ordinance shall expire on

December 31, 2017. In the event that the Mayor determines that he is not able to

exercise any delegation set forth in this ordinance, the Mayor may designate the

Finance Director to exercise such delegated authority by filing with the City Clerk a

certificate setting forth such delegation to the Finance Director.

Section 4. Authorization of Series 2017A Bonds. To meet part of the costs

of the Road Projects and the refunding the 2008A Prior Bonds and the 2009B Prior

Bonds, including costs of issuance of the bonds authorized by this section, there is

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hereby appropriated the sum of $5,750,000. Pursuant to the home rule powers of the

City to incur debt payable from ad valorem property tax receipts and for the purpose of

financing said appropriation, unlimited tax general obligation bonds of the City are

authorized to be issued in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $5,750,000

and shall be sold as a single series designated as the “General Obligation Bonds,

Series 2017A” (the “2017A Bonds”).

Section 5. Authorization of Series 2017B Bonds. To meet part of the costs

of refunding the 2008B Prior Bonds and the 2009A Prior Bonds, including costs of

issuance of the bonds authorized by this Section, there is hereby appropriated the sum

of $3,500,000. Pursuant to the home rule powers of the City to incur debt payable from

ad valorem property tax receipts and for the purpose of financing said appropriation,

unlimited tax general obligation bonds of the City are authorized to be issued in an

aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $3,500,000 and shall be sold as a single

issue designated as the “General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2017B (the

“2017B Bonds”).

Section 6. General Terms of 2017 Bonds. The 2017 Bonds of each series

shall be issuable in the denominations of $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof and

may bear such identifying numbers or letters as shall be useful to facilitate the

registration, transfer and exchange of 2017 Bonds. Unless otherwise determined in the

Bond Order, each 2017 Bond delivered upon the original issuance of the 2017 Bonds

shall be dated as of its date of issuance. Each 2017 Bond thereafter issued upon any

transfer, exchange or replacement of 2017 Bonds shall be dated so that no gain or loss

of interest shall result from such transfer, exchange or replacement.

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The principal of the 2017 Bonds shall be payable in lawful money of the United

States of America upon presentation and surrender thereof at the corporate trust office

of Amalgamated Bank of Chicago, in the City of Chicago, Illinois, which is hereby

appointed as bond registrar and paying agent for the 2017 Bonds. Each 2017 Bond

shall bear interest from its date, computed on the basis of a 360 day year consisting of

twelve 30 day months and payable in lawful money of the United States of America on

each interest payment date to the registered owners of record thereof appearing on the

registration books maintained by the City for such purpose at the corporate trust office

of the bond registrar, as of the close of business on the 15 th day of the calendar month

next preceding the applicable interest payment date. Interest on the 2017 Bonds shall

be paid by check or draft mailed to such registered owners at their addresses appearing

on the registration books or by wire transfer pursuant to an agreement by and between

the City and the registered owner.

The 2017 Bonds shall mature on December 1 in such years and in such principal

amounts as shall be specified in the Bond Order, provided that no 2017A Bond shall

mature later than December 1, 2036 and no 2017B Bond shall mature later than

December 1, 2021.

Interest on each 2017 Bond shall be payable on an initial interest payment date

of December 1, 2017 and semiannually thereafter on each June 1 and December 1, at

the rates per annum as shall be specified in the Bond Order, provided that no 2017

Bond shall bear interest at a rate exceeding five and one-half percent (5.50%) per

annum.

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No series of the 2017 Bonds shall be sold pursuant to this ordinance unless the

sum of the taxes levied pursuant to this ordinance for the payment of such series and

the moneys to be deposited into the applicable debt service fund or account for such

series concurrently with the issuance of the 2017 Bonds of such series is sufficient to

provide for the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on the 2017 Bonds of

such series.

The 2017 Bonds of any series may be subject to redemption prior to maturity as

determined in the Bond Order, at the option of the City and upon notice as herein

provided, in such principal amounts and from such maturities as the City shall determine

as determined in the Bond Order. Any optional redemption shall be at redemption

prices that may include a redemption premium for each 2017 Bond to be redeemed

expressed as a percentage, not exceeding 3% of the principal amount to be redeemed.

2017 Bonds of like series and maturity may be subject to mandatory redemption,

by the application of sinking fund installments, all as determined in the Bond Order.

All 2017 Bonds subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption shall be redeemed

at a redemption price equal to the principal amount thereof to be redeemed. The bond

registrar is hereby authorized and directed to mail notice of the mandatory sinking fund

redemption of 2017 Bonds in the manner provided in this section.

Whenever 2017 Bonds subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption are

redeemed at the option of the City, the principal amount thereof so redeemed shall be

credited against the unsatisfied balance of future sinking fund installments or final

maturity amount established with respect to such 2017 Bonds, in such amounts and

against such installments or final maturity amount as shall be determined by the City in

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the proceedings authorizing such optional redemption or, in the absence of such

determination, shall be credited against the unsatisfied balance of the applicable sinking

fund installments next ensuing, and with respect to which notice of redemption has not

yet been given.

On or prior to the 60th day preceding any sinking fund installment date, the City

may purchase 2017 Bonds subject to mandatory redemption on such sinking fund

installment date, at such prices as the City shall determine. Any 2017 Bond so

purchased shall be cancelled and the principal amount thereof so purchased shall be

credited against the unsatisfied balance of the next ensuing sinking fund installment.

In the event of the redemption of less than all the 2017 Bonds of like series and

maturity, the aggregate principal amount thereof to be redeemed shall be $5,000 or an

integral multiple thereof and the bond registrar shall assign to each 2017 Bond of such

maturity a distinctive number for each $5,000 principal amount of such 2017 Bond and

shall select by lot from the numbers so assigned as many numbers as, at $5,000 for

each number, shall equal the principal amount of such 2017 Bonds to be redeemed.

The 2017 Bonds to be redeemed shall be the 2017 Bonds to which were assigned

numbers so selected; provided that only so much of the principal amount of each 2017

Bond shall be redeemed as shall equal $5,000 for each number assigned to it and so

selected.

Notice of the redemption of 2017 Bonds shall be mailed not less than 30 days

nor more than 60 days prior to the date fixed for such redemption to the registered

owners of 2017 Bonds to be redeemed at their last addresses appearing on said

registration books. The 2017 Bonds or portions thereof specified in said notice shall

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become due and payable at the applicable redemption price on the redemption date

therein designated, and if, on the redemption date, moneys for payment of the

redemption price of all the 2017 Bonds or portions thereof to be redeemed, together

with interest to the redemption date, shall be available for such payment on said date,

and if notice of redemption shall have been mailed as aforesaid (and notwithstanding

any defect therein or the lack of actual receipt thereof by any registered owner) then

from and after the redemption date interest on such Bonds or portions thereof shall

cease to accrue and become payable. If there shall be drawn for redemption less than

all of a 2017 Bond, the City shall execute and the bond registrar shall authenticate and

deliver, upon the surrender of such 2017 Bond, without charge to the owner thereof, in

exchange for the unredeemed balance of the 2017 Bond so surrendered, 2017 Bonds

of like series, maturity and interest rate and of the denomination of $5,000 or any

integral multiple thereof.

The bond registrar shall not be required to transfer or exchange any 2017 Bond

after notice of the redemption of all or a portion thereof has been mailed. The bond

registrar shall not be required to transfer or exchange any 2017 Bond during a period of

15 days next preceding the mailing of a notice of redemption that could designate for

redemption all or a portion of such 2017 Bond.

Section 7. Sale and Delivery. Subject to the limitations contained in this

ordinance, authority is hereby delegated to the Mayor to sell one or more series of the

2017 Bonds pursuant to a negotiated sale to Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated (the

“Underwriter”), on one or more sale dates prior to December 31, 2017 and to award and

sell each series of the 2017 Bonds. No award of a series of 2017 Bonds shall be made

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unless the purchase price bid is not less than 98% of the principal amount of such

series of 2017 Bonds sold. No award of 2017A Bonds shall be made unless the present

value debt service savings derived by the City from the refunding of the 2008A Prior

Bonds and the 2009B Prior Bonds is at least 2% of the aggregate principal amount of

the 2008A Prior Bonds and the 2009B Prior Bonds that are to be refunded. No award of

2017B Bonds shall be made unless the present value debt service savings derived by

the City from the refunding of the 2008B Prior Bonds and the 2009A Prior Bonds is at

least 2% of the aggregate principal amount of the 2008B Prior Bonds and the 2009A

Prior Bonds that are to be refunded.

The sale and award of the 2017 Bonds and the determination of the details of the

2017 Bonds shall be evidenced by the Bond Order, which shall be signed by the Mayor.

An executed counterpart of the Bond Order shall be filed with the City Clerk and entered

in the records of the City.

The Mayor, City Clerk and other officials of the City are authorized and directed

to do and perform, or cause to be done or performed for or on behalf of the City each

and every thing necessary for the issuance of the 2017 Bonds, including the proper

execution and delivery of the 2017 Bonds and, in connection with a public offering of

2017 Bonds, the preparation, distribution and approval of an Official Statement.

Section 8. Approval of Documents. The Official Statement prepared with

respect to the 2017 Bonds is approved and “deemed final” as of its date for purposes of

Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 15c2-12 promulgated under the Securities

Exchange Act of 1934. The Mayor and the Finance Director are each authorized to

execute and deliver the Official Statement on behalf of the City.

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The form of the Bond Purchase Agreement by and between the City and the

Underwriter with respect to the public offering and sale of the 2017 Bonds is approved

and the Mayor and the Finance Director are authorized to complete, execute and deliver

the final form of the Bond Purchase Agreement on behalf of the City.

Section 9. Execution and Authentication. Each 2017 Bond shall be

executed in the name of the City by the manual or authorized facsimile signature of its

Mayor and the corporate seal of the City, or a facsimile thereof, shall be thereunto

affixed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the manual or authorized

facsimile signature of its City Clerk.

In case any officer whose signature, or a facsimile of whose signature, shall

appear on any 2017 Bond shall cease to hold such office before the issuance of the

2017 Bond, such 2017 Bond shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes,

the same as if the person whose signature, or a facsimile thereof, appears on such

2017 Bond had not ceased to hold such office. Any 2017 Bond may be signed, sealed

or attested on behalf of the City by any person who, on the date of such act, shall hold

the proper office, notwithstanding that at the date of such 2017 Bond such person may

not have held such office. No recourse shall be had for the payment of any 2017 Bonds

against any officer who executes the 2017 Bonds.

Each 2017 Bond shall bear thereon a certificate of authentication executed

manually by the bond registrar. No 2017 Bond shall be entitled to any right or benefit

under this ordinance or shall be valid or obligatory for any purpose until such certificate

of authentication shall have been duly executed by the bond registrar.

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Section 10. Transfer, Exchange and Registry. The 2017 Bonds shall be

negotiable, subject to the provisions for registration of transfer contained herein. Each

2017 Bond shall be transferable only upon the registration books maintained by the City

for that purpose at the corporate trust office of the bond registrar, by the registered

owner thereof in person or by his attorney duly authorized in writing, upon surrender

thereof together with a written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the bond registrar

and duly executed by the registered owner or his duly authorized attorney. Upon the

surrender for transfer of any such 2017 Bond, the City shall execute and the bond

registrar shall authenticate and deliver a new 2017 Bond or 2017 Bonds registered in

the name of the transferee, of the same aggregate principal amount, series, maturity

and interest rate as the surrendered 2017 Bond. 2017 Bonds, upon surrender thereof

at the corporate trust office of the bond registrar, with a written instrument satisfactory to

the bond registrar, duly executed by the registered owner or his attorney duly authorized

in writing, may be exchanged for an equal aggregate principal amount of 2017 Bonds of

the same series, maturity and interest rate and of the denominations of $5,000 or any

integral multiple thereof.

For every such exchange or registration of transfer of 2017 Bonds, the City or the

bond registrar may make a charge sufficient for the reimbursement of any tax, fee or

other governmental charge required to be paid with respect to such exchange or

transfer, which sum or sums shall be paid by the person requesting such exchange or

transfer as a condition precedent to the exercise of the privilege of making such

exchange or transfer. No other charge shall be made for the privilege of making such

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transfer or exchange. The provisions of the Illinois Bond Replacement Act shall govern

the replacement of lost, destroyed or defaced 2017 Bonds.

The City and the bond registrar may deem and treat the person in whose name

any 2017 Bond shall be registered upon the registration books as the absolute owner of

such 2017 Bond, whether such 2017 Bond shall be overdue or not, for the purpose of

receiving payment of, or on account of, the principal of or interest thereon and for all

other purposes whatsoever, and all such payments so made to any such registered

owner or upon his order shall be valid and effectual to satisfy and discharge the liability

upon such 2017 Bond to the extent of the sum or sums so paid, and neither the City nor

the bond registrar shall be affected by any notice to the contrary.

Section 11. General Obligations. The full faith and credit of the City are

hereby irrevocably pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on

the 2017 Bonds. The 2017 Bonds shall be direct and general obligations of the City,

and the City shall be obligated to levy ad valorem taxes upon all the taxable property in

the City for the payment of the 2017 Bonds and the interest thereon, without limitation

as to rate or amount.

Section 12. Form of Bonds. The 2017 Bonds of each series shall be issued

as fully registered bonds and shall be in substantially the following form, the blanks to

be appropriately completed when the 2017 Bonds are printed:

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No. ________

United States of America

State of Illinois

County of Rock Island

CITY OF ROCK ISLAND

GENERAL OBLIGATION [REFUNDING] BOND, SERIES 2017[A] [B]

INTEREST RATE MATURITY DATE DATED DATE CUSIP

. % December 1, ____ ________, 2017 ______ ___

REGISTERED OWNER: Cede & Co.

PRINCIPAL AMOUNT:

The CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, a municipal corporation and a home rule unit of

the State of Illinois situate in the County of Rock Island, acknowledges itself indebted

and for value received hereby promises to pay to the registered owner of this bond, or

registered assigns, the principal amount specified above on the maturity date specified

above, and to pay interest on such principal amount from the date hereof at the interest

rate per annum specified above, computed on the basis of a 360 day year consisting of

twelve 30 day months and payable in lawful money of the United States of America on

December 1, 2017 and semiannually thereafter on June 1 and December 1 in each year

until the principal amount shall have been paid, to the registered owner of record hereof

as of the 15th day of the calendar month next preceding such interest payment date, by

wire transfer pursuant to an agreement by and between the City and the registered

owner, or otherwise by check or draft mailed to the registered owner at the address of

such owner appearing on the registration books maintained by the City for such purpose

at the corporate trust office of Amalgamated Bank of Chicago, in the City of Chicago,

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Illinois, as bond registrar or its successor (the “Bond Registrar”). This bond, as to

principal when due, will be payable in lawful money of the United States of America

upon presentation and surrender of this bond at the corporate trust office of the Bond

Registrar. The full faith and credit of the City are irrevocably pledged for the punctual

payment of the principal of and interest on this bond according to its terms.

This bond is one of a series of bonds issued in the aggregate principal amount of

$_____,000, which are authorized and issued under and pursuant to Section 6 of Article

VII of the Illinois Constitution of 1970 and under and in accordance with an ordinance

adopted by the City Council of the City on August 28, 2017 and entitled: “Ordinance

Authorizing the Issuance of General Obligation Bonds of 2017 of the City of Rock

Island, Illinois.”

[This bond is issued in accordance with the provisions of the Tax Increment

Allocation Redevelopment Act, 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/11-74.4, for the purpose

of refunding bonds issued for the financing redevelopment project costs.]

[The bonds of such series maturing on December 1, 20__ are subject to

redemption prior to maturity at the option of the City and upon notice as herein provided,

in such principal amounts as the City shall determine and, in part by lot, on December 1,

20__ and on any date thereafter, at a redemption price equal to the principal amount

thereof to be redeemed.]

[The bonds of such series maturing in the years 20___, 20___ and 20___ (the

“Term Bonds”) are subject to mandatory redemption, in part and by lot, on December 1

of the years and in the respective principal amounts set forth in the following tables, by

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the application of sinking fund installments, at a redemption price equal to the principal

amount thereof to be redeemed:

20___ Term Bonds 20___ Term Bonds 20___ Term Bonds
Year Principal Amount Year Principal Amount Year Principal Amount

20__ $ ,000 20__ $ ,000 20__ $ ,000
20__ ,000 20__ ,000 20__ ,000
20__ ,000 20__ ,000 20__ ,000]

Notice of the redemption of bonds will be mailed not less than 30 days nor more

than 60 days prior to the date fixed for such redemption to the registered owners of

bonds to be redeemed at their last addresses appearing on such registration books.

The bonds or portions thereof specified in said notice shall become due and payable at

the applicable redemption price on the redemption date therein designated, and if, on

the redemption date, moneys for payment of the redemption price of all the bonds or

portions thereof to be redeemed, together with interest to the redemption date, shall be

available for such payment on said date, and if notice of redemption shall have been

mailed as aforesaid (and notwithstanding any defect therein or the lack of actual receipt

thereof by any registered owner) then from and after the redemption date interest on

such bonds or portions thereof shall cease to accrue and become payable.

This bond is transferable only upon such registration books by the registered

owner hereof in person, or by his attorney duly authorized in writing, upon surrender

hereof at the corporate trust office of the Bond Registrar together with a written

instrument of transfer satisfactory to the Bond Registrar duly executed by the registered

owner or by his duly authorized attorney, and thereupon a new registered bond or

bonds, in the authorized denominations of $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof and of

the same aggregate principal amount, series, maturity and interest rate as this bond

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shall be issued to the transferee in exchange therefor. In like manner, this bond may be

exchanged for an equal aggregate principal amount of bonds of the same maturity and

interest rate and of any of such authorized denominations. The City or the Bond

Registrar may make a charge sufficient for the reimbursement of any tax, fee or other

governmental charge required to be paid with respect to the transfer or exchange of this

bond. No other charge shall be made for the privilege of making such transfer or

exchange. The City and the Bond Registrar may treat and consider the person in

whose name this bond is registered as the absolute owner hereof for the purpose of

receiving payment of, or on account of, the principal and interest due hereon and for all

other purposes whatsoever.

This bond shall not be valid or become obligatory for any purpose until the

certificate of authentication hereon shall have been duly executed by the Bond

Registrar.

It is hereby certified, recited and declared that all acts, conditions and things

required to be done, exist and be performed precedent to and in the issuance of this

bond in order to make it a legal, valid and binding obligation of the City have been done,

exist and have been performed in regular and due time, form and manner as required

by law, and that the series of bonds of which this bond is one, together with all other

indebtedness of the City, is within every debt or other limit prescribed by law.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Rock Island has caused this bond to be

executed in its name and on its behalf by the manual or facsimile signature of its Mayor,

and its corporate seal, or a facsimile thereof, to be hereunto affixed or otherwise

reproduced hereon and attested by the manual or facsimile signature of its City Clerk.

Dated: _______________, 2017
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND

________________________________
Mayor

Attest:

________________________________
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION
City Clerk
This bond is one of the General
Obligation [Refunding] Bonds, Series
2017[A] [B], described in the within
mentioned Ordinance.

AMALGAMATED BANK OF CHICAGO,
as Bond Registrar

By _____________________________
Authorized Signer

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ASSIGNMENT

For value received the undersigned sells, assigns and transfers unto _________

_____________________________________________________________________

the within bond and hereby irrevocably constitutes and appoints __________________

_____________________________________________________________________

attorney to transfer the said bond on the books kept for registration thereof, with full

power of substitution in the premises.

Dated ____________________

_______________________________

Signature Guarantee:

_______________________________

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Section 13. Levy and Extension of Taxes. (A) For the purpose of providing

the money required to pay the interest on the 2017A Bonds when and as the same falls

due and to pay and discharge the principal thereof (including any mandatory sinking

fund installments) as the same shall mature, there is hereby levied upon all the taxable

property in the City, in each year while any of the 2017A Bonds shall be outstanding, a

direct annual tax sufficient for that purpose in addition to all other taxes, as follows:

Tax Levy Year A Tax Sufficient to Produce

2017 700,000
2018 700,000
2019 700,000
2020 700,000
2021 700,000
2022 700,000
2023 700,000
2024 400,000
2025 400,000
2026 400,000
2027 400,000
2028 300,000
2029 300,000
2030 300,000
2031 300,000
2032 300,000
2033 300,000
2034 300,000
2035 300,000

(B) For the purpose of providing the money required to pay the interest on the

2017B Bonds when and as the same falls due and to pay and discharge the principal

thereof (including any mandatory sinking fund installments) as the same shall mature,

there is hereby levied upon all the taxable property in the City, in each year while any of

the 2017B Bonds shall be outstanding, a direct annual tax sufficient for that purpose in

addition to all other taxes, as follows:

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Tax Levy Year A Tax Sufficient to Produce

2017 $608,470
2018 845,345
2019 852,150
2020 846,975

(C) Interest or principal coming due at any time when there shall be

insufficient funds on hand to pay the same shall be paid promptly when due from

current funds on hand in advance of the collection of the taxes herein levied; and when

said taxes shall have been collected, reimbursement shall be made to the said funds in

the amounts thus advanced.

(D) After the sale of the 2017 Bonds and the execution of the Bond Order, an

executed copy of the Bond Order and a copy of this ordinance, certified by the City

Clerk which certificate shall recite that this ordinance has been duly adopted, shall be

filed with the County Clerk of Rock Island County, Illinois, who is hereby directed to

ascertain the rate per cent required to produce the aggregate taxes hereinbefore

provided to be levied in the years 2017 to 2035, both inclusive, and subject to

adjustment as provided in paragraph (E) of this Section, to extend the same for

collection on the tax books in connection with other taxes levied in said years, in and by

the City for general corporate purposes of the City, and in said years such annual tax

shall be levied and collected in like manner as taxes for general corporate purposes for

said years are levied and collected and, when collected, such taxes shall be used for

the purpose of paying the principal of and interest on the applicable series of the 2017

Bonds as the same become due and payable.

(E) In the event that 2017 Bonds are to be issued in principal amounts and

bearing interest such that for any tax levy year an amount less than that set forth in

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paragraphs (A) and (B) of this Section is required to be produced to pay when due the

principal of and interest on the applicable series of 2017 Bonds, then the Finance

Director is authorized and directed to file with the aforesaid County Clerk, on or prior to

the date of delivery of the 2017 Bonds, a direction for abatement of taxes specifying the

exact amount of taxes to be levied to produce the required amounts for each of the

various tax levy years.

Section 14. Taxes Levied for Payment of Prior Bonds. After the issuance of

the 2017 Bonds, the Finance Director shall file with the County Clerk of Rock Island

County a certificate listing the Prior Bonds and the taxes theretofore levied for the

payment of the principal of and interest on the Prior Bonds due after December 1, 2017

and said certificate shall direct the abatement of such taxes.

Section 15. Escrow Deposit Agreement. The form of 2017 Escrow Deposit

Agreement, dated as of September 1, 2017, by and between the City and Amalgamated

Bank of Chicago, as Escrow Agent, on file in the office of the City Clerk and presented

at this meeting, is hereby approved. The proper officers of the City are authorized and

directed to execute and deliver the 2017 Escrow Deposit Agreement on behalf of the

City.

Section 16. Downtown Tax Allocation Fund. The Special Downtown Tax

Increment Allocation Fund (the “Downtown Tax Allocation Fund”) established pursuant

to Ordinance Number 84-79 shall be maintained and administered by the City in

accordance with the provisions of the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act,

Division 74.4 of Article 11 of the Illinois Municipal Code (the “Redevelopment Act”).

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Pursuant to the provisions of the Redevelopment Act, the moneys held in the

Downtown Tax Allocation Fund and the taxes and other moneys to be deposited therein

pursuant to the Redevelopment Act are hereby pledged for the payment of

“Redevelopment Project Costs,” as defined in the Redevelopment Act and included in

the Downtown Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Plan and Project of the City

(the “Downtown Redevelopment Plan”) and as security for the payment of the 2017B

Bonds. This pledge is made pursuant to Section 13 of the Local Government Debt

Reform Act and the moneys held in the Downtown Tax Allocation Fund, including the

2017B Debt Service Account (which is hereby established as a special account of the

City within the Downtown Tax Allocation Fund), shall immediately be subject to the lien

of such pledge without any physical delivery or further act. The lien of such pledge shall

be valid and binding as against all parties having claims of any kind in tort, contract or

otherwise against the City irrespective of whether such parties have notice thereof.

Such pledge is subject to the limitation that moneys not required, pledged, earmarked or

otherwise designated for the payment and securing of obligations and anticipated

Redevelopment Project Costs shall be calculated annually and designated as “surplus”

funds in accordance with Section 11-74.4-7 of the Redevelopment Act.

Nothing herein contained shall restrict the power of the City to pledge such

moneys and taxes for the benefit and security of the holders of additional bonds issued

by the City; to subordinate existing pledges of such moneys or to alter the use and

distribution of moneys in the Downtown Tax Allocation Fund to the extent such

alteration shall be made in furtherance of the purposes of the Redevelopment Act and

the Downtown Redevelopment Plan. Moneys held in the Downtown Tax Allocation

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Fund that are to be used for the payment of the principal of and interest on the 2017B

Bonds may be deposited in the 2017B Debt Service Account established by this

ordinance, and upon such deposit such moneys shall be used solely for the payment of

such principal and interest.

Section 17. Application of Bond Proceeds. (A) The proceeds of sale of the

2017A Bonds shall be deposited as follows:

1. To the 2017 Escrow Fund maintained under the 2017 Escrow

Deposit Agreement, the amount, together with any other moneys of the City

deposited therein, necessary to provide for the payment of the interest on and

redemption price of the 2008A Prior Bonds and the 2009B Prior Bonds.

2. To the 2017A Capital Improvement Fund, which is hereby

established as special fund of the City, the amount of such proceeds of sale

remaining after making the foregoing deposit.

(B) The proceeds of sale of the 2017B Bonds shall be applied as follows:

1. To the 2017 Escrow Fund, the amount, together with any other

moneys of the City deposited therein, necessary to provide for the payment of

the interest on and redemption price of the 2008B Prior Bonds and the 2009A

Prior Bonds.

2. To the 2017 Expense Fund, the amount of such proceeds of sale

remaining after making the foregoing deposit.

Section 18. Debt Service Funds and Accounts. (A) The tax receipts derived

from the taxes levied pursuant to paragraph (A) of Section 13 of this ordinance to pay

the principal of and interest on the 2017A Bonds and all other moneys to be used for the

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payment of the principal of and interest on the 2017A Bonds, shall be deposited in the

“2017A Debt Service Fund,” which is hereby established as special fund of the City and

shall be administered as a bona fide debt service fund under the Internal Revenue Code

of 1986 (the “Code”).

(B) The tax receipts derived from the taxes levied pursuant to paragraph (B)

of Section 13 of this ordinance to pay the principal of and interest on the 2017B Bonds

and all other moneys to be used for the payment of the principal of and interest on the

2017B Bonds shall be deposited in the 2017B Debt Service Account, which is hereby

established as a special account of the City within the Downtown Special Tax Allocation

Fund and shall be administered as a bona fide debt service fund under the Code.

(C) Concurrently with the issuance of the 2017A Bonds, the City shall deposit

into the 2017A Debt Service Fund an amount sufficient to provide for the punctual

payment of the interest on the 2017A Bonds to become due on December 1, 2017.

(D) Concurrently with the issuance of the 2017B Bonds, the City shall deposit

into the 2017B Debt Service Account an amount sufficient to provide for the punctual

payment of the interest on the 2017B Bonds to become due on December 1, 2017.

Section 19. Pledge Securing Bonds. The moneys deposited or to be

deposited into the 2017A Debt Service Fund or the 2017B Debt Service Account for

each series of the 2017 Bonds, including the tax receipts derived from the taxes levied

pursuant to this ordinance, are pledged as security for the payment of the principal of

and interest on such series of the 2017 Bonds. These pledges are made pursuant to

Section 13 of the Local Government Debt Reform Act and shall be valid and binding

from the date of issuance of the 2017 Bonds. All such tax receipts and the moneys held

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in the 2017A Debt Service Fund and the 2017B Debt Service Account shall immediately

be subject to the lien of such pledge without any physical delivery or further act and the

lien of such pledge shall be valid and binding as against all parties having claims of any

kind in tort, contract or otherwise against the City irrespective of whether such parties

have notice thereof.

Section 20. Capital Improvement Fund. Moneys in the 2017A Capital

Improvement Fund shall be used to pay costs of the Road Projects and for the payment

of costs of issuance of the 2017A Bonds, but may hereafter be reappropriated and used

for other purposes if such reappropriation is permitted under Illinois law and will not

adversely affect the exclusion from gross income for federal income tax purposes of

interest on the 2017 Bonds.

Section 21. Expense Fund. Moneys in the 2017 Expense Fund shall be used

for the payment of costs of issuance of the 2017B Bonds, but may hereafter be

reappropriated and used for other purposes if such reappropriation is permitted under

Illinois law and will not adversely affect the exclusion from gross income for federal

income tax purposes of interest on the 2017 Bonds.

Section 22. Investment Regulations. No investment shall be made of any

moneys in the 2017 Escrow Fund, the 2017A Capital Improvement Fund, the 2017

Expense Fund, the 2017A Debt Service Fund or the 2017B Debt Service Account,

except in accordance with the tax covenants set forth in Section 23 of this ordinance.

All income derived from investments in respect of moneys or securities in any Fund or

Account shall be credited in each case to the Fund or Account in which such moneys or

securities are held.

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Any moneys in any Fund or Account that are subject to investment yield

restrictions may be invested in United States Treasury Securities, State and Local

Government Series, pursuant to the regulations of the United States Treasury

Department, Bureau of Public Debt, or in any tax-exempt bond that is not an

“investment property” within the meaning of Section 148(b)(2) of the Code. The

Finance Director and agents designated by her are hereby authorized to submit, on

behalf of the City, subscriptions for such United States Treasury Securities and to

request redemption of such United States Treasury Securities.

Section 23. Tax Covenants. The City shall not take, or omit to take, any action

lawful and within its power to take, which action or omission would cause interest on

any 2017 Bond to become subject to federal income taxes in addition to federal income

taxes to which interest on such 2017 Bond is subject on the date of original issuance

thereof.

The City shall not permit any of the proceeds of the 2017 Bonds, or any facilities

financed with such proceeds, to be used in any manner that would cause any 2017

Bond to constitute a “private activity bond” within the meaning of Section 141 of the

Code.

The City shall not permit any of the proceeds of the 2017 Bonds or other moneys

to be invested in any manner that would cause any 2017 Bond to constitute an

“arbitrage bond” within the meaning of Section 148 of the Code or a “hedge bond” within

the meaning of Section 149(g) of the Code.

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The City shall comply with the provisions of Section 148(f) of the Code relating to

the rebate of certain investment earnings at periodic intervals to the United States of

America.

Section 24. Bank Qualified Designation. The City hereby designates the

2017 Bonds as “qualified tax-exempt obligations” as defined in Section 265(b)(3)(B) of

the Code. The City represents that the reasonably anticipated amount of tax-exempt

obligations that are required to be taken into account for the purpose of

Section 265(b)(3)(C) of the Code and will be issued by or on behalf of the City and all

subordinate entities of the City during 2017 does not exceed $10,000,000. The City

covenants that it will not designate and issue more than $10,000,000 aggregate

principal amount of tax-exempt obligations in the year in which the 2017 Bonds are

issued. For purposes of the two preceding sentences, the term “tax-exempt obligations”

includes “qualified 501(c)(3) bonds” (as defined in Section 145 of the Code) but does

not include other “private activity bonds” (as defined in Section 141 of the Code).

Section 25. Continuing Disclosure. For the benefit of the beneficial owners of

the 2017 Bonds, the City covenants and agrees to provide to the Municipal Securities

Rulemaking Board (the “MSRB”) for disclosure on the Electronic Municipal Market

Access (“EMMA”) system, in an electronic format as prescribed by the MSRB, (i) an

annual report containing certain financial information and operating data relating to the

City and (ii) timely notices of the occurrence of certain enumerated events. All

documents provided to the MSRB shall be accompanied by identifying information as

prescribed by the MSRB.

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The annual report shall be provided to the MSRB for disclosure on EMMA within

210 days after the close of the City’s fiscal year. The information to be contained in the

annual report shall consist of the annual audited financial statement of the City and such

additional information as noted in the Official Statement under the caption “Continuing

Disclosure.” Each annual audited financial statement will conform to generally accepted

accounting principles applicable to governmental units and will be prepared in

accordance with standards of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. If the

audited financial statement is not available, then an unaudited financial statement shall

be included in the annual report and the audited financial statement shall be provided

promptly after it becomes available.

The City, in a timely manner not in excess of ten business days after the

occurrence of the event, shall provide notice to the MSRB for disclosure on EMMA of

any failure of the City to provide any such annual report within the 210 day period and of

the occurrence of any of the following events with respect to the 2017 Bonds:

(1) principal and interest payment delinquencies; (2) non-payment related defaults, if

material; (3) unscheduled draws on debt service reserves reflecting financial difficulties;

(4) unscheduled draws on credit enhancements reflecting financial difficulties;

(5) substitution of credit or liquidity providers, or their failure to perform; (6) adverse tax

opinions, the issuance by the Internal Revenue Service of proposed or final

determinations of taxability, Notices of Proposed Issue (IRS Form 5701-TEB) or other

material notices or determinations with respect to the tax-exempt status of the 2017

Bonds, or other events affecting the tax-exempt status of the 2017 Bonds;

(7) modifications to rights of Bondholders, if material; (8) 2017 Bond calls, if material;

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(9) defeasances; (10) release, substitution or sale of property securing repayment of the

2017 Bonds, if material; (11) rating changes; (12) tender offers; (13) bankruptcy,

insolvency, receivership or similar event of the City; (14) the consummation of a merger,

consolidation, or acquisition involving the City or the sale of all or substantially all of the

assets of the City, other than in the ordinary course of business, the entry into a

definitive agreement to undertake such an action or the termination of a definitive

agreement relating to any such actions, other than pursuant to its terms, if material; and

(15) appointment of a successor or additional trustee or the change of name of a

trustee, if material. For the purposes of the event identified in clause (13), the event is

considered to occur when any of the following occur: the appointment of a receiver,

fiscal agent or similar officer for the City in a proceeding under the U.S. Bankruptcy

Code or in any other proceeding under state or federal law in which a court or

governmental authority has assumed jurisdiction over substantially all of the assets or

business of the City, or if such jurisdiction has been assumed by leaving the existing

governing body and officials or officers in possession but subject to the supervision and

orders of a court or governmental authority, or the entry of an order confirming a plan or

reorganization, arrangement or liquidation by a court or governmental authority having

supervision or jurisdiction over substantially all of the assets or business of the City.

It is found and determined that the City has agreed to the undertakings contained

in this Section in order to assist participating underwriters of the 2017 Bonds and

brokers, dealers and municipal securities dealers in complying with Securities and

Exchange Commission Rule 15c2-12(b)(5) promulgated under the Securities Exchange

Act of 1934. The City Director of Finance or his designee is authorized and directed to

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do and perform, or cause to be done or performed, for or on behalf of the City, each and

every thing necessary to accomplish the undertakings of the City contained in this

Section for so long as Rule 15c2-12(b)(5) is applicable to the 2017 Bonds and the City

remains an “obligated person” under the Rule with respect to the 2017 Bonds.

The undertakings contained in this Section may be amended by the City upon a

change in circumstances that arises from a change in legal requirements, change in

law, or change in the identity, nature or status of the obligated person, or type of

business conducted, provided that (a) the undertaking, as amended, would have

complied with the requirements of Rule 15c2-12(b)(5) at the time of the primary offering,

after taking into account any amendments or interpretations of the Rule, as well as any

change in circumstances and (b) in the opinion of nationally recognized bond counsel

selected by the City, the amendment does not materially impair the interests of the

beneficial owners of the 2017 Bonds.

Section 26. Bond Registrar. The City covenants that it shall at all times retain

a bond registrar with respect to the 2017 Bonds, that it will maintain at the designated

office of such bond registrar a place where 2017 Bonds may be presented for payment

and registration of transfer or exchange and that it shall require that the bond registrar

maintain proper registration books and perform the other duties and obligations

imposed upon the bond registrar by this ordinance in a manner consistent with the

standards, customs and practices of the municipal securities business.

The bond registrar shall signify its acceptance of the duties and obligations

imposed upon it by this ordinance by executing the certificate of authentication on any

2017 Bond, and by such execution the bond registrar shall be deemed to have certified

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to the City that it has all requisite power to accept, and has accepted such duties and

obligations not only with respect to the 2017 Bond so authenticated but with respect to

all the 2017 Bonds. The bond registrar is the agent of the City and shall not be liable in

connection with the performance of its duties except for its own negligence or default.

The bond registrar shall, however, be responsible for any representation in its certificate

of authentication on the 2017 Bonds.

The City may remove the bond registrar at any time. In case at any time the

bond registrar shall resign or shall be removed or shall become incapable of acting, or

shall be adjudged a bankrupt or insolvent, or if a receiver, liquidator or conservator of

the bond registrar, or of its property, shall be appointed, or if any public officer shall take

charge or control of the bond registrar or of its property or affairs, the City covenants

and agrees that it will thereupon appoint a successor bond registrar. The City shall mail

notice of any such appointment made by it to each registered owner of 2017 Bonds

within twenty days after such appointment.

Section 27. Book-Entry System. In order to provide for the initial issuance of

the 2017 Bonds in a form that provides for a system of book-entry only transfers, the

ownership of one fully registered bond for each maturity of each series of the 2017

Bonds, in the aggregate principal amount of such maturity, shall be registered in the

name of Cede & Co., as a nominee of The Depository Trust Company, as securities

depository for the 2017 Bonds. The Finance Director is authorized to execute and

deliver on behalf of the City such letters to, or agreements with, the securities

depository as shall be necessary to effectuate such book-entry system.

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In case at any time the securities depository shall resign or shall become

incapable of acting, then the City shall appoint a successor securities depository to

provide a system of book-entry only transfers for the 2017 Bonds, by written notice to

the predecessor securities depository directing it to notify its participants (those persons

for whom the securities depository holds securities) of the appointment of a successor

securities depository.

If the system of book-entry only transfers for the 2017 Bonds is discontinued,

then the City shall issue and the bond registrar shall authenticate, register and deliver to

the beneficial owners of the 2017 Bonds, bond certificates in replacement of such

beneficial owners’ beneficial interests in the 2017 Bonds, all as shown in the records

maintained by the securities depository.

Section 28. Defeasance and Payment of Bonds. (A) If the City shall pay or

cause to be paid to the registered owners of the 2017 Bonds, the principal and interest

due or to become due thereon, at the times and in the manner stipulated therein and in

this ordinance, then the pledge of taxes, securities and funds hereby pledged and the

covenants, agreements and other obligations of the City to the registered owners and

the beneficial owners of the 2017 Bonds shall be discharged and satisfied.

(B) Any 2017 Bonds or interest installments appertaining thereto, whether at

or prior to the maturity date of such 2017 Bonds, shall be deemed to have been paid

within the meaning of paragraph (A) of this Section if (1) in case any such 2017 Bonds

are to be redeemed prior to the maturity thereof, there shall have been taken all action

necessary to call such 2017 Bonds for redemption and notice of such redemption shall

have been duly given or provision shall have been made for the giving of such notice,

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and (2) there shall have been deposited in trust with a bank, trust company or national

banking association acting as fiduciary for such purpose either (i) moneys in an amount

which shall be sufficient, or (ii) “Federal Obligations” as defined in paragraph (C) of this

Section, the principal of and the interest on which when due will provide moneys which,

together with any moneys on deposit with such fiduciary at the same time for such

purpose, shall be sufficient, to pay when due the principal of and interest due and to

become due on said 2017 Bonds on and prior to the applicable redemption date or

maturity date thereof.

(C) As used in this Section, the term “Federal Obligations” means (i) non-

callable, direct obligations of the United States of America, (ii) non-callable and non-

prepayable, direct obligations of any agency of the United States of America, which are

unconditionally guaranteed by the United States of America as to full and timely

payment of principal and interest, (iii) non-callable, non-prepayable coupons or interest

installments from the securities described in clause (i) or clause (ii) of this paragraph,

which are stripped pursuant to programs of the Department of the Treasury of the

United States of America, or (iv) coupons or interest installments stripped from bonds of

the Resolution Funding Corporation.

Section 29. Ordinance to Constitute a Contract. The provisions of this

ordinance shall constitute a contract between the City and the registered owners of the

2017 Bonds. Any pledge made in this ordinance for the benefit of a series of the 2017

Bonds and the provisions, covenants and agreements herein set forth to be performed

by or on behalf of the City with respect to the 2017 Bonds shall be for the equal benefit,

protection and security of the owners of any and all of the 2017 Bonds of such series.

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All of the 2017 Bonds of such series, regardless of the time or times of their issuance,

shall be of equal rank without preference, priority or distinction of any of the 2017 Bonds

of such series over any other thereof except as expressly provided in or pursuant to this

ordinance. This ordinance shall constitute full authority for the issuance of the 2017

Bonds and to the extent that the provisions of this ordinance conflict with the provisions

of any other ordinance or resolution of the City, the provisions of this ordinance shall

control. If any section, paragraph or provision of this ordinance shall be held to be

invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the invalidity or unenforceability of such

section, paragraph or provision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this

ordinance.

In this ordinance, reference to an officer of the City includes any person holding

that office on an interim basis and any person delegated the authority to act on behalf of

such officer.

Section 30. Publication. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to

publish this ordinance in pamphlet form and to file copies thereof for public inspection in

her office.

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Section 31. Effective Date. This ordinance shall become effective upon its

passage and approval.

Passed and adopted this 28th day of August, 2017, by roll call vote, as follows:

Ayes:

Nays:

Approved: August 28, 2017

________________________________
Mayor

Published in pamphlet form: August 29, 2017

(SEAL)

Attest:

________________________________
City Clerk

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CERTIFICATE

I, Judith Gilbert, City Clerk of the City of Rock Island, Illinois, hereby certify that

the foregoing ordinance entitled: “Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance of General

Obligation Bonds of 2017 of the City of Rock Island, Illinois,” is a true copy of an original

ordinance that was duly adopted by the recorded affirmative votes of a majority of the

members of the City Council of the City, at a meeting thereof that was duly called and

held at 6:45 p.m. on August 28, 2017, in the Council Chambers at the City Hall, and at

which a quorum was present and acting throughout, and that said copy has been

compared by me with the original ordinance signed by the Mayor on August 28, 2017

and thereafter published in pamphlet form on August 29, 2017, and recorded in the

Ordinance Book of the City and that it is a correct transcript thereof and of the whole of

said ordinance, and that said ordinance has not been altered, amended, repealed or

revoked, but is in full force and effect.

I further certify that the agenda for said meeting included the ordinance as a

matter to be considered at the meeting and that said agenda was posted at least

48 hours in advance of the holding of the meeting in the manner required by the Open

Meetings Act, 5 Illinois Compiled Statutes 120, and was continuously available for

public review during the 48 hour period preceding the meeting.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of

the City, this _______ day of _______________, 2017.

________________________________
City Clerk
(SEAL)

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2017 ESCROW DEPOSIT AGREEMENT

2017 ESCROW DEPOSIT AGREEMENT dated as of September 1, 2017, by and
between the City of Rock Island (the “City”), a municipal corporation and a home rule unit of the
State of Illinois and Amalgamated Bank of Chicago (the “Escrow Agent”), a bank organized and
existing under the laws of the State of Illinois and having its principal corporate trust office in
the City of Chicago, Illinois.

WHEREAS, there are now outstanding and unpaid $5,350,000 aggregate
principal amount of General Obligation Bonds of the City (the “Prior Bonds”) and the Prior
Bonds are more particularly described as follows:

$1,000,000 General Obligation Bonds, Series 2008A
(the “2008A Bonds”)

Registrar/Paying Agent: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Principal Due: December 1
Interest Due: June 1 and December 1
Maturities and Interest Rates: Year Principal Amount Interest Rate

2022 $400,000 3.75%
2025 300,000 3.75
2028 300,000 4.00

$735,000 General Obligation Bonds, Series 2008B
(the “2008B Bonds”)

Registrar/Paying Agent: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Principal Due: December 1
Interest Due: June 1 and December 1
Maturities and Interest Rates: Year Principal Amount Interest Rate

2019 $235,000 3.70%
2020 250,000 3.70
2021 250,000 3.75
$2,125,000 General Obligation Bonds, Series 2009A
(the “2009A Bonds”)

Registrar/Paying Agent: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Principal Due: December 1
Interest Due: June 1 and December 1
Maturities and Interest Rates: Year Principal Amount Interest Rate

2018 $500,000 3.625%
2019 520,000 3.750
2020 540,000 3.875
2021 565,000 4.000

$1,490,000 General Obligation Bonds, Series 2009B
(the “2009B Bonds”)

Registrar/Paying Agent: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Principal Due: December 1
Interest Due: June 1 and December 1
Maturities and Interest Rates: Year Principal Amount Interest Rate

2018 $ 230,000 3.500%
2024 1,260,000 4.125

WHEREAS, pursuant to the Bond Ordinance adopted by the City Council of the
City on August 28, 2017, the City has authorized the issuance of its $_____,000 General
Obligation Bonds, Series 2017A (the “2017A Bonds”) and its $_____,000 General Obligation
Refunding Bonds, Series 2017B (the “2017B Bonds” and together with the 2017A Bonds, the
“2017 Bonds”) and part of the proceeds of the 2017 Bonds will be used to refund the 2008A
Bonds, the 2008B Bonds, the 2009A Bonds and the 2009B Bonds (collectively, the “Prior
Bonds”).

WHEREAS, the City has elected to redeem each series of the Prior Bonds at a
redemption price of par on the following redemption dates:

Series Redemption Date

2008A December 1, 2017
2008B December 1, 2017
2009A October 16, 2017
2009B October 16, 2017

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WHEREAS, a portion of the proceeds of the 2017 Bonds are to be invested in the
obligations set forth in Schedule A attached hereto so that the maturing principal of and the
interest earned on such obligations together with other moneys held hereunder will be sufficient
to pay the “Bond Payment Requirements” consisting of (i) the redemption price of each Prior
Bond on its redemption date, and (ii) the interest on each Prior Bond on its redemption date and
on each interest payment date to and including its redemption date.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing and of the mutual
covenants hereinafter set forth, the parties hereto agree as follows:

1. There is hereby created and established with the Escrow Agent, a special
and irrevocable escrow fund designated the “2017 Escrow Fund” (the “Escrow Fund”) to be held
in the custody of the Escrow Agent separate and apart from other funds of or held by the City or
the Escrow Agent.

2. Concurrently with the execution of this Agreement, the City shall deliver
to the Escrow Agent for deposit into the Escrow Fund the sum of $_______________, of which
$_______________ shall be uninvested and the remainder of $_______________ shall be
applied to purchase the United States Treasury obligations listed in Schedule A attached hereto
(the “Government Obligations”).

3. The deposit of moneys and Government Obligations in and credited to the
Escrow Fund shall constitute an irrevocable deposit of said moneys and Government Obligations
and the interest earned thereon for the benefit of the owners of the Prior Bonds. The Escrow
Agent shall deposit any proceeds (whether principal, interest or otherwise) derived from the
Government Obligations in the Escrow Fund. The Escrow Agent shall from time to time pay
over the moneys in the Escrow Fund to or upon the order of the Paying Agent for the Prior
Bonds, in an amount sufficient to pay when due and payable the Bond Payment Requirements.

4. Except as provided herein, the Escrow Agent shall have no power or duty
to invest any moneys held hereunder or to sell, transfer or otherwise dispose of, or to make
substitutions of, the Government Obligations.

The Escrow Agent shall not make substitutions of the Government Obligations
held hereunder or sell, transfer or otherwise dispose of such Government Obligations provided,
however, that:

(a) At the written request of the City and upon compliance with the conditions
hereinafter stated, the Escrow Agent shall, to the extent from time to time permitted by
law, have the power to sell, transfer, otherwise dispose of or request the redemption of
the Government Obligations acquired hereunder and to substitute therefor other non-
callable, direct obligations of the United States of America, Refcorp interest strips or
securities fully and unconditionally guaranteed as to the timely payment of principal and
interest by the United States of America, provided, that the full faith and credit of the
United States of America has been pledged to any such direct obligation or guarantee.
The Escrow Agent shall purchase such substituted Government Obligations with the
proceeds derived from the sale, transfer, disposition or redemption of the Government

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Obligations. The substitution of Government Obligations described above may be
effected only if:

(i) the Escrow Agent shall certify, in reliance upon an opinion of a
firm of independent certified public accountants, that the moneys and
Government Obligations, including the interest to be earned thereon, to be
substituted will be no less than an amount sufficient to pay the Bond Payment
Requirements upon completion of such substitutions; and

(ii) the City shall furnish the Escrow Agent with an unqualified
opinion of nationally recognized attorneys on the subject of municipal bonds to
the effect that the substitution is then permitted by law and will not cause any of
the Prior Bonds or the 2017 Bonds to become an “arbitrage bond” as hereinafter
defined.

(b) If any substitution of Government Obligations pursuant to the provisions
of the preceding subparagraph (a) shall, after the satisfaction of all of the conditions set
forth in clauses (i) and (ii) of said subparagraph (a), result in the creation of any surplus
amount in the Escrow Fund that will not, in the opinion of the firm of independent
certified public accountants referred to in clause (i) of said subparagraph (a), thereafter be
required for the payment of the Bond Payment Requirements in accordance with the
provisions of this Agreement, the amount of such surplus shall, at the written request of
the City, be transferred to the City.

The City hereby covenants that no part of the moneys or funds at any time in the
Escrow Fund shall be used directly or indirectly to acquire any securities or obligations the
acquisition of which would cause any of the Prior Bonds or the 2017 Bonds to be an “arbitrage
bond” as defined in Section 148 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and the rules and
regulations promulgated thereunder, as then in effect.

5. The City has irrevocably elected to redeem the Prior Bonds as provided in
the Bond Ordinance and this Agreement. The City agrees to provide the paying agent from each
series of the Prior Bonds with irrevocable instructions regarding the redemption of the Prior
Bonds.

6. The owners of the Prior Bonds shall have an express lien on all moneys
and Government Obligations in the Escrow Fund until paid out and applied in accordance with
this Agreement. The Escrow Agent shall not have a lien or claim on the Escrow Fund for the
payment of its fees and expenses.

7. In consideration of all services rendered and to be rendered by the Escrow
Agent under this Agreement, the City will pay the Escrow Agent a fee on the date hereof.

8. The Escrow Agent, acting in good faith and in its sole discretion, may
disregard any and all notices or instructions given by the City or by any other person, firm or
corporation, except (i) notices or instructions specifically provided for under this Agreement and
(ii) orders or process of any court. If any property subject to this Agreement is at any time
attached, garnished, or levied upon under any court order or in case the payment, assignment,

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transfer, conveyance or delivery of any such property shall be stayed or enjoined by any court
order, or in case any order, judgment or decree shall be made or entered by any court affecting
such property or any part thereof, then and in any of such events the Escrow Agent, in its sole
discretion, may rely upon and comply with any such order, writ, judgment, or decree which it is
advised by its legal counsel is binding upon it.

9. The Escrow Agent shall not be personally liable for any action taken or
omitted under this Agreement if taken or omitted in good faith and in the exercise of its own best
judgment. The Escrow Agent shall also be duly protected in relying upon any written notice,
demand, certificate or document that it in good faith believes to be genuine.

10. The Escrow Agent has all the powers and duties herein set forth with no
liability in connection with any act or omission to act hereunder, except for its own negligence or
willful breach of trust, and shall be under no obligation to institute any suit or action or other
proceeding under this Agreement or to enter any appearance in any suit, action or proceeding in
which it may be defendant or to take any steps in the enforcement of its, or any, rights and
powers hereunder, nor shall be deemed to have failed to take any such action, unless and until it
shall have been indemnified by the City to its satisfaction against any and all costs and expenses,
outlays, counsel fees and other disbursements, including its own reasonable fees, and if any
judgment, decree or recovery be obtained by the Escrow Agent, payment of all sums due it, as
aforesaid, shall be a first charges against the amount of any such judgment, decree or recovery.

11. This Agreement shall terminate on December 15, 2017. Any moneys and
obligations remaining in the Escrow Fund upon termination of this Agreement shall be
transferred to the City.

12. If any one or more of the covenants or agreements provided in this
Agreement on the part of the City or the Escrow Agent to be performed should be determined by
a court of competent jurisdiction to be contrary to law, such covenant or agreement shall be
deemed and construed to be severable from the remaining covenants and agreements herein
contained and shall in no way affect the validity of the remaining provisions of this Agreement.

13. This Agreement is made for the benefit of the City, the Escrow Agent and
the owners from time to time of the Prior Bonds and it shall not be repealed, revoked, altered or
amended without the written consent of all such owners, and the written consent of the Escrow
Agent; provided however, that the City and the Escrow Agent may, without the consent of, or
notice to, such owners, enter into such agreements supplemental to this Agreement as shall not
adversely affect the rights of such owners and as shall not be inconsistent with the terms and
provisions of this Agreement, for any one or more of the following purposes:

(a) to cure any ambiguity or formal defect or omission in this Agreement; and

(b) to grant to, or confer upon the Escrow Agent for the benefit of the owners
of the Prior Bonds, any additional rights, remedies, powers or authority that may lawfully
be granted to, or conferred upon, the Escrow Agent.

The Escrow Agent shall be entitled to rely exclusively upon an unqualified opinion of nationally
recognized attorneys on the subject of municipal bonds with respect to compliance with this

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Agreement, including the extent, if any, to which any change, modification, addition or
elimination affects the rights of the owners of the Prior Bonds or that any instrument executed
hereunder complies with the conditions and provisions of this Section.

14. Any notice, authorization, request for consent or demand required or
permitted to be given in accordance with the terms of this Agreement shall be in writing.

15. This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, all of which
shall be regarded for all purposes as one original and shall constitute and be but one and the same
instrument.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have each caused this 2017 Escrow
Deposit Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized officers as of the date first above
written.

CITY OF ROCK ISLAND

By:
Mayor

(SEAL)

Attest:

By:
City Clerk

AMALGAMATED BANK OF CHICAGO

By:
Authorized Officer

(SEAL)

Attest:

By:
Authorized Officer

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SCHEDULE A

GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS

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101 General Fund 111 1st Ward July 21, 2017 through
201 TIF #1 Downtown 112 2nd Ward July 27, 2017
202 TIF #2 South 11th Street 113 3rd Ward Total: $479,299.00
203 TIF #3 North 11th Street 114 4th Ward
204 TIF #4 Jumer’s Casino Rock Island 115 5th Ward
205 TIF #5 Columbia Park 116 6th Ward
206 TIF #6 NE 1280/Parkway 117 7th Ward
207 Community/Economic Development 118 Mayor
208 TIF #7 20th Street/1st Ave 119 Mayor/Council Administration
209 TIF #8 Watchtower 122 General Administration
210 Public Benefits 123 Legal Services
211 MLK Center 131 City Clerk
212 MLK Facility Improvement 155 Personnel Administration
221 Motor Fuel Tax 156 Personnel Services
222 Foreign Fire Insurance 157 Insurance
223 Riverboat Gaming 211 Finance Administration
224 State Drug Prevention 212 Customer Service
225 DUI Fine Law 213 Accounting Services
226 Court Supervision 256 Information Technology
227 Crime Laboratory 311 Community/Economic Dev. Admin.
241 US Department of Justice Grant 312 Economic Development
242 Community Development Block Grant 313 Planning/Redevelopment
243 Federal Drug Prevention 314 Inspection
245 Schwiebert Park Boat Dock 356 MLK Community Center
246 Ridgewood Business Parks 411 Police Administration
251 Public Library 412 Field Operations Bureau
271 Honor Guard Contributions 413 Criminal Investigation Bureau
272 DARE 414 Administrative/Technical Services Bureau
273 Police Contributions 451 Fire Administration
274 Elderly Service Contributions 452 Fire Emergency Services
275 RI Auxiliary Police 453 Fire Protective Inspect
276 RI Labor Day Parade 454 Ambulance
277 ESO Christmas Tour 611 Public Works Administration
278 Adopt a School 612 Motor Vehicle Parking System
282 LEAD Grant 613 Water Meter Services
301 Capital Improvements 615 Engineering
405 Debt Service 616 Municipal Services
501 Water Operation & Maintenance 617 Fleet Services
502 Water Capital 2010A BAB’S 618 Utility Services
506 Wastewater Operation & Maint. 619 Utility Maintenance
507 Stormwater Utility 711 Library Administration
508 Wastewater Capital 2010A BAB’S 712 Library Information Services
541 Sunset Marina 713 Library Circulation
555 Park & Recreation 714 Library Extension
581 CDBG Loan Programs 811 Park/Rec Administration
582 State Affordable Housing 813 Recreation
583 Comm/Econ Dev. Loans 818 Whitewater Aquatic Center
584 CIRLF Loan Fund 819 Schwiebert Riverfront Park
585 MPF Endowment Loans 822 Parks
586 Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund 834 Highland Golf Maintenance
601 Fleet Services 835 Highland Clubhouse
602 Fleet Amortization 846 Golf Pro Shop
606 Engineering 854 Saukie Golf Maintenance
609 Hydroelectric Plant 855 Saukie Clubhouse
621 Self Insurance 867 RIFAC
626 Employee Health Plan 891 Donations P/R Admin
701 Fire Pension 892 Donations Parks
706 Police Pension 893 Donations REC Programs
711 Cafeteria Plan 894 Donations Golf Maintenance
712 Loan Escrow 895 Donations Highland/Saukie Clubhouse
831 GASB 34 897 Donations RIFAC
901 MLK Activity 899 Donations Riverfront Park
906 Dept. of Human Services 910 Police/Fire Commission
907 MLK Capital Contributions 920 Fire Pension
950 Public Library Foundation 930 Police Pension
940 Cafeteria Plan
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010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 25508 $198.26 07/27/17 08104 0 ALL STAR PRO GOLF INC CLEARED
198.26 555-846721-52506-0000000 pro natural tees 261271

1 25509 $609.99 07/27/17 00032 0 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY CLEARED
38.32 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001853 50-703499
58.20 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001862 50-703705
20.58 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001862
29.30 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001870 50-703760
73.24 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001875 50-703797
2.63 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001892 50-704055
15.80 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001892
67.06 601-617364-52305-0000000 Shop air filter 50-704312
8.06 601-617364-52209-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001902 50-704327
14.12 601-617364-52209-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001902
31.80 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001903 50-704328
15.38 601-617362-52401-0000000 Shop Tool: coupler 50-704451
3.83 601-617362-52401-0000000 Shop Tool: coupler 50-704592
51.87 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001915 50-704692
75.72 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001915
38.10 601-617364-52209-0000000 Plastic glue (adhesive) 80-308533A
28.99 601-617364-52302-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001873 80-308693
36.99 601-617364-52302-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001873

1 25510 $152.10 07/27/17 00484 0 ARTIC GLACIER PREMIUM ICE CLEARED
152.10 541-617592-52504-0000000 concession ice 1522717215

1 25511 $35.00 07/27/17 04526 0 B & B DRAIN TECH CLEARED
35.00 609-618369-53801-0000000 pot rental p12072

1 25512 $955.53 07/27/17 01602 0 BAKER & TAYLOR, INC. CLEARED
955.53 251-712421-54305-0000000 LIB MAT REF SO 5014587341

1 25513 $13392.49 07/27/17 00297 0 BLICK & BLICK OIL INC CLEARED
13293.05 541-617592-52507-0000000 FUEL PURCHASE 071317 - INV# 47 47633
99.44 601-617364-52203-0000000 Fuel: #581 50904966

1 25514 $308.90 07/27/17 01923 1 BRODART COMPANY CLEARED
308.90 251-712431-52210-0000000 TS PROCESSING 472269

1 25515 $19509.79 07/27/17 14239 0 CAREMARK CLEARED
19509.79 626-157141-53602-0000000 cvs services 7/16 - 7/23 51914096

1 25516 $1995.33 07/27/17 11365 0 CENTERPOINT ENERGY SERVICES INC. CLEARED
1895.33 555-867564-53702-0000000 rifac gas 3495142
100.00 555-811041-53702-0000000 gas admin

1 25517 $532.66 07/27/17 03309 0 COE EQUIPMENT INC CLEARED
190.94 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001848 65750
120.56 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001848
91.48 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001848
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010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

97.40 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001848
24.96 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001848
5.28 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001848
2.04 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001848

1 25518 $100.00 07/27/17 07874 0 COST RECOVERY CORPORATION CLEARED
100.00 101-213061-53106-0000000 Consulting Fee Month 158 072117

1 25519 $1132.00 07/27/17 00468 0 CRAWFORD COMPANY CLEARED
1132.00 506-618341-53804-0000000 commercial maintenance 18858

1 25520 $41.25 07/27/17 00490 0 CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER LLC. CLEARED
41.25 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001900 070-8333

1 25521 $836.00 07/27/17 00514 0 DAVENPORT ELECTRIC CONTRACT COMPANY CLEARED
836.00 621-157133-53602-0000000 Light pole 25th St and 5th Ave 35716

1 25522 $38.00 07/27/17 09397 0 DINGES FIRE COMPANY CLEARED
38.00 101-452271-52401-0000000 streamlight parts 40829

1 25523 $119.00 07/27/17 07173 0 DOCUMENT IMAGING DIMENSIONS INC CLEARED
119.00 101-211041-52101-0000000 FINANCE TONER CARTRIDGE 328278

1 25524 $106.74 07/27/17 00602 0 ELLIOTT EQUIPMENT CO CLEARED
106.74 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001855 141035

1 25525 $40.53 07/27/17 02528 0 FASTENAL COMPANY CLEARED
34.05 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001864 ILMOL158488
6.48 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001865 ILMOL158513

1 25526 $21.25 07/27/17 00118 0 GEM ELECTRONICS CLEARED
21.25 101-617112-53801-0000000 Radio repair for building 21422

1 25527 $385.20 07/27/17 00125 0 GIERKE ROBINSON CO CLEARED
385.20 506-618341-53902-0000000 hose rental 1115857

1 25528 $267.58 07/27/17 15043 1 GOLD MEDAL PRODUCTS COMPANY CLEARED
267.58 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj food 73244

1 25529 $4215.55 07/27/17 01518 0 INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES CLEARED
1505.06 251-713451-54305-0000000 LIB MAT MAIN 98850527
43.99 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 98897325
722.20 251-713471-52211-5651000 CR SRP
74.98 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
74.98 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK
208.04 251-713471-54305-0000000 CR BOOK
28.20 251-712431-52210-0000000 TS PROCESSING 99353745
532.45 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 99353746
29.95 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
29.95 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK
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010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

8.40 251-712431-52210-0000000 TS PROCESSING 99353747
46.88 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 99372416
31.63 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
31.63 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK
21.99 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 99372417
19.22 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 99372418
30.47 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 99372419
30.47 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
30.47 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK
46.32 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 99372420
11.04 251-713471-54305-0000000 CR BOOK 99372421
4.19 251-713471-54305-0000000 CR BOOK 99372422
4.19 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
4.19 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK
234.32 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 99374124
29.38 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
29.38 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK
4.00 251-712431-52210-0000000 TS PROCESSING 99374125
8.99 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 99383685
54.77 251-713471-54305-0000000 CR BOOK
54.59 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
54.59 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK
2.60 251-712431-52210-0000000 TS PROCESSING 99383686
170.84 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 99383687
1.20 251-712431-52210-0000000 TS PROCESSING 99383688

1 25530 $55.99 07/27/17 08704 0 IOWA ILLINOIS OFFICE SOLUTIONS CLEARED
38.32 101-411041-52101-0000000 OFFICE SUPPLIES WO-7611641-1
17.67 101-411041-52207-0000000 PAPER PLATES

1 25531 $250.00 07/27/17 08130 0 IVORY CLARK CLEARED
250.00 901-356921-53904-6162000 RI Boxing Club Storage Fee 08130-072517

1 25532 $900.00 07/27/17 14433 0 JEFFREY LEE LARUE CLEARED
900.00 555-835753-53112-0000000 golf teacher 072417

1 25533 $2820.00 07/27/17 00216 0 JOHANNES BUS SERVICE INC CLEARED
229.18 901-356921-53903-6160695 Metro Youth Transportation 40588
220.82 901-356921-53903-6160795 Metro Youth Transportation
1725.00 901-356921-53903-5334739 Summer Day Camp Transportation 40589
645.00 901-356921-53903-6161000 RI Striders Track Transport 40626

1 25534 $598.55 07/27/17 00423 0 LAWSON PRODUCTS CLEARED
420.06 555-834751-52305-0000000 highland rollstree, pistol gri 9305083903
90.02 555-834751-52209-0000000 highland fuel line hose rolls
88.47 555-834751-52305-0000000 highland tire plug 9305091255

1 25535 $97.72 07/27/17 12959 0 M & M GOLF CARS, LLC. CLEARED
48.86 555-834751-52305-0000000 highland starter brushes 116093
48.86 555-854701-52305-0000000 saukie starter brushes
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010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 25536 $293.44 07/27/17 00482 0 MARTIN EQUIPMENT OF IA-IL INC CLEARED
101.50 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks oil filter, ball joint 282937
191.94 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks starter 282967

1 25537 $725.29 07/27/17 00130 0 MES INC/GLOBAL CLEARED
368.89 101-452271-51402-0000000 turnout gear Baker IN1141586
151.74 101-452271-52305-0000000 air pack assemblies / valves IN1141602
110.08 101-452271-52305-0000000 batteries IN1143968
42.69 101-452271-52305-0000000 washer IN1145288
51.89 101-452271-52305-0000000 packing IN1145598

1 25538 $1382.93 07/27/17 02266 0 MIDWEST TAPE CLEARED
278.93 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS AV 95143822
278.93 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT AV
526.80 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 95143823
42.98 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS AV 95143825
42.98 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT AV
39.99 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 95143826
39.99 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 95143827
19.99 251-713471-54305-0000000 CR AV 95143828
112.34 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 95143829

1 25539 $2476.25 07/27/17 04206 0 MISSISSIPPI TRUCK AND TRAILER CLEARED
85.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001869 85525
100.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001868 85567
642.50 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001868
50.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001868
642.50 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001868
25.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001868
321.25 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001868
30.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001868
30.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001866 85731
25.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001867 85732
250.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001867
25.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001867
250.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001867

1 25540 $2995.00 07/27/17 00596 0 MISSMAN, INC. CLEARED
2995.00 555-822601-56412-6281223 survey of douglas park 41047

1 25541 $1096.59 07/27/17 00655 0 MOLO OIL COMPANY CLEARED
275.07 555-854701-52203-0000000 saukie fuel 102225
419.21 555-855702-52203-0000000 saukie clubhouse fuel
402.31 555-854701-52203-0000000 saukie fuel 102226

1 25542 $368.45 07/27/17 12083 0 MTI DISTRIBUTING INC. CLEARED
282.23 555-834751-52305-0000000 highland hyd hose asms 1128068-00
86.22 555-854701-52305-0000000 saukie bushings, asstd 1128584-00
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 6

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 25543 $461.00 07/27/17 00669 0 MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY CLEARED
258.54 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001852 0315030
55.80 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001852
33.40 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001852
28.79 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001852
24.86 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001852
51.21 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001852
8.40 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001907 3316129

1 25544 $373.51 07/27/17 12284 0 MYERS-COX CO CLEARED
166.51 555-855702-52501-0000000 saukie snacks 342649
207.00 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland snacks 342656

1 25545 $7606.61 07/27/17 01240 0 OFFICE MACHINE CONSULTANTS INC CLEARED
1.98 101-411041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118804
3.58 101-412206-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.02 101-413215-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.06 101-413216-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
22.53 101-414221-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
6.01 101-414222-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
166.37 101-414223-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.24 101-414226-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.03 101-414228-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
34.91 101-414229-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
309.45 101-414230-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.90 101-414235-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
60.25 101-131041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118805
26.49 906-356921-53505-5323605 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118850
49.68 906-356921-53505-6163606 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
130.39 211-356041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
59.11 211-356041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
65.07 906-356921-53505-5323605 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
2.60 211-356041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
58.37 211-356041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
37.50 211-356041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
27.20 905-356921-53505-0000640 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
65.02 905-356921-53505-0000640 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.45 211-356041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
10.81 901-356921-53505-5332000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
18.02 901-356921-53505-5332607 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
540.09 101-611041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118851
181.61 101-616041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118852
0.58 555-811041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118853
0.02 101-256081-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
334.90 555-813501-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.45 555-811041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
1.22 555-822601-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
958.11 555-867564-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
1.88 555-835753-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
1074.06 101-211041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118855
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 7

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

196.65 101-155041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118856
65.55 626-157041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.04 101-256081-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118857
0.65 101-411041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.02 101-411201-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
1007.59 101-412206-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.59 101-413216-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.01 101-413217-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
4.00 101-414226-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.04 101-414229-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.13 101-414230-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
192.58 101-451041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118858
1.65 101-451041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118859
5.03 101-451041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118860
487.94 251-711041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118861
42.02 541-617041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118862
2.07 101-616041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
160.74 101-611041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118863
84.93 501-618041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118864
12.05 251-711041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118865
145.30 251-711041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118866
21.96 501-613358-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118867
21.96 501-619041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
21.96 507-619041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
21.97 506-619041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
2.58 101-451041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118868
17.92 506-618041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118869
0.02 101-414226-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118870
0.06 101-414226-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.09 101-414226-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
15.43 101-411041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
19.44 101-411041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
38.45 101-411201-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
54.70 101-411041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.01 101-256081-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118871
4.89 101-412206-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
346.60 101-413215-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
30.59 101-413216-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
157.54 101-413217-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
0.06 101-413227-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
7.84 101-414226-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
163.00 251-711401-53804-0000000 EQUIP S/C MAIN CPR AUGSEPT IN119826

1 25546 $60.00 07/27/17 12871 0 OVERDRIVE, INC CLEARED
60.00 251-713451-54305-0000000 E-CONTENT 1647-000244573

1 25547 $224.00 07/27/17 02053 0 PAPPAS,O'CONNER & FILDES PC CLEARED
224.00 101-123041-53101-0000000 Griffin litigation 06/17 07182017WG

1 25548 $55.58 07/27/17 00775 0 PLANT EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC CLEARED
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 8

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

32.94 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001882 852808-000
22.64 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001882

1 25549 $26.00 07/27/17 00795 0 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC CLEARED
26.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 Repair Smith MT605 Head 78086622

1 25550 $566.00 07/27/17 01400 0 QC ANALYTICAL SERVICES LLC. CLEARED
236.00 506-618341-53112-0000000 icp metals 1707015
62.00 506-618341-53112-0000000 stkn, nitrate 1707016
268.00 506-618341-53112-0000000 metal prep 1707017

1 25551 $2315.00 07/27/17 08272 0 QUAD CITY TOWING CLEARED
70.00 101-414222-53822-0000000 INVESTIGATION TOW 104782
130.00 101-414222-53822-0000000 INV 17-2335 105802
70.00 101-414222-53822-0000000 INV 17-2394 105857
140.00 101-414222-53822-0000000 INVESTIGATION 108326
70.00 101-414222-53822-0000000 INV 17-6686 109632
70.00 101-414222-53822-0000000 INV 17-6608 109663
125.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9269 110236
200.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9326 110409
80.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9419 110416
65.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9451 110420
155.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9578 110440
70.00 101-414222-53822-0000000 HOLD 17-9657 110445
80.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9685 110447
125.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9204 110459
335.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-8561 111198
260.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9125 111345
95.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9363 111468
95.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9367 111469
80.00 101-414221-53822-0000000 CORA 17-9447 111482

1 25552 $4260.41 07/27/17 09892 0 QUALITY CONTROLLED STAFFING CLEARED
534.60 101-414223-53111-0000000 CROSS GRDS 7/9-7/15/17 56253
2758.90 101-616301-53111-0000223 temps 56254
224.66 507-619892-53111-0000000 temp 56255
742.25 541-617592-53111-0000000 temp 56256

1 25553 $492.87 07/27/17 01168 0 R & R PRODUCTS INC CLEARED
492.87 555-854701-52305-0000000 saukie rod, bushing, sideplate CD2141739

1 25554 $9982.34 07/27/17 06729 0 RACOM CORPORATION CLEARED
2685.75 101-412206-52405-6283223 INSTALL AXON CONTROLLERS 17INV0390
1054.25 101-412206-53804-0000000 INSTALL AXON CONTROLLERS
4476.83 101-414226-53803-0000000 EDACS ACCESS RIPD RI-171199
1765.51 101-414226-53803-0000000 EDACS ACCESS RIFD RI-171222

1 25555 $781.77 07/27/17 03063 0 RAGAN MECHANICAL CLEARED
231.25 101-617112-53801-0000000 Certify 3 RPZ/test 108
358.02 211-356941-53801-0000000 Repair on a/c on South side 82523
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 9

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

96.25 555-822601-53804-0000000 parks rpz 82580
96.25 541-617591-53801-0000000 rpz testing 91

1 25556 $22.49 07/27/17 02322 1 RECORDED BOOKS LLC CLEARED
22.49 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 75565310

1 25557 $94.94 07/27/17 02006 0 REGENT BOOK CO INC CLEARED
31.64 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 55354
31.65 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK
31.65 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK

1 25558 $180.63 07/27/17 00899 0 REPUBLIC COMPANIES CLEARED
180.63 555-822601-52304-0000000 floodlight, round covers 4008501-00

1 25559 $424.23 07/27/17 08371 0 REXCO EQUIPMENT INC. CLEARED
289.62 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks yoke, kit joint, clips P15575
134.61 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks case, seal oil P15576

1 25560 $1535.50 07/27/17 03166 0 RISM INC CLEARED
500.00 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj pizzas 431090
25.00 555-867501-52216-0000000 preschool pizzas
75.00 555-813521-52501-0000000 plex pizzas 530973
935.50 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj pizzas 530975

1 25561 $65.93 07/27/17 00607 0 RIVERSTONE GROUP INC CLEARED
65.93 541-617591-52306-0000000 gravel 744900

1 25562 $101.22 07/27/17 00880 0 ROCK ISLAND ANIMAL HOSPITAL LTD CLEARED
101.22 101-412207-53105-0000000 ALEX & BOSCO VET 144121

1 25563 $799.88 07/27/17 01408 0 ROCK ISLAND ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR INC CLEARED
799.88 506-618341-52305-0000000 nord input gear 0113295

1 25564 $242.03 07/27/17 01034 0 SEXTON FORD CLEARED
35.06 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001878 274845
34.78 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001877 274860
87.78 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001908 274965
84.41 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001908

1 25565 $2052.00 07/27/17 15120 0 SOLENIS LLC CLEARED
2052.00 506-618341-52217-0000000 praestol 131184848

1 25566 $2212.32 07/27/17 14321 0 STATEWIDE TIRE CLEARED
479.44 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001858 105146
294.56 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001887 106134
1438.32 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001857 987499

1 25567 $863.30 07/27/17 01174 0 STERN BEVERAGE INC CLEARED
12.99 555-855702-52502-0000000 saukie drinks 230080
316.90 555-855702-52503-0000000 saukie beer
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 10

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

98.76 555-835753-52502-0000000 highland drinks 230264
434.65 555-835753-52503-0000000 highland beer

1 25568 $16501.28 07/27/17 00640 0 SYMBIONT CLEARED
3556.00 506-619346-56501-2688000 Job 2688 Additional services 45876
12945.28 506-618341-56501-2741000 Job 2741 Design 45894

1 25569 $75.00 07/27/17 00009 0 THYMET CLEARED
75.00 251-711401-53822-0000000 OP S/C DWNTWN QTRLY PST CTRL 89708

1 25570 $455.69 07/27/17 00629 0 TOTAL MAINTENANCE INC CLEARED
455.69 555-855702-53801-0000000 saukie a/c repair S147820

1 25571 $541.27 07/27/17 00638 0 TRI CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY CLEARED
541.27 555-834751-53801-0000000 highland pond fountain 183965

1 25572 $28.26 07/27/17 02631 0 TRUCK COUNTRY OF IOWA INC CLEARED
28.26 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001905 X106307563:01

1 25573 $547.35 07/27/17 00651 0 UNIFORM DEN INC CLEARED
140.00 101-412206-51404-0000000 MILES- FOOTWEAR 93160
73.85 101-412206-51401-0000000 LONERGAN UNIFORM 93283
114.50 101-412206-51401-0000000 HOCKER- UNIFORM 93347
140.00 101-412206-51404-0000000 FOOTWEAR
49.00 101-412206-51402-0000000 ANDERSON, P - SAFETY 93424
30.00 101-412206-51401-0000000 ZIPPER REPAIR 93514

1 25574 $412.40 07/27/17 02423 0 VERMEER SALES & SERVICE, INC. CLEARED
48.74 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001880 P49696
2.43 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001880
32.97 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001880
328.26 601-617364-52204-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001901 P49741

1 25575 $5768.71 07/27/17 05860 0 WERNER RESTORATION SERVICES CLEARED
5768.71 211-356041-53807-0000000 Structrual Drying Water Damage SI-18380

1 25576 $3591.00 07/27/17 00939 0 XYLEM LTD CLEARED
1795.50 555-822601-56412-6281223 douglas xylem mat 114958
1795.50 555-822601-56412-6281223 douglas park xylem mat 114960

1 151383 $2063.75 07/27/17 07922 0 ANCEL, GLINK, DIAMOND, BUSH, DICIANNI OUTSTANDING
2063.75 207-312801-53112-6232223 Zoning Code Rewrite 57997

1 151384 $2400.00 07/27/17 16111 0 DIAMOND TOURS, INC OUTSTANDING
2400.00 901-000000-48502-5338000 Active Club Washington Trip 16111-072517

1 151385 $6000.00 07/27/17 16242 0 EVAN MICHAEL HARRIS OUTSTANDING
6000.00 584-312801-55224-6221000 CIRLF Loan Disbursement 072517

1 151386 $2500.00 07/27/17 01343 0 IL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OUTSTANDING
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 11

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2500.00 501-618041-54206-0000000 npdes il0003832 & ilg640272 il0003832ilg64027

1 151387 $52500.00 07/27/17 01343 0 IL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OUTSTANDING
52500.00 506-618041-54206-0000000 NPDES FEE 7/1 to 6/30/18 il0030783 jul 17

1 151388 $500.00 07/27/17 01343 0 IL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OUTSTANDING
500.00 507-619041-54206-0000000 npdes ilr006302 ilr006302 jul 17

1 151389 $500.00 07/27/17 01343 0 IL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OUTSTANDING
500.00 507-619041-54206-0000000 npdes ilr006303 ilr006303 jul 17

1 151390 $10000.00 07/27/17 00823 0 QUAD CITIES FIRST OUTSTANDING
10000.00 207-312801-54101-6139223 Red, White, and Boom 75624

1 151391 $200.00 07/27/17 15336 0 THE HOTRODS OUTSTANDING
200.00 555-813501-53110-5680000 starlight band rain date 7192017.001

1 151392 $1292.42 07/27/17 00007 0 A D HUESING CORP OUTSTANDING
454.24 555-818551-52502-0000000 wwj drinks 316299
181.19 555-855702-52502-0000000 saukie drinks 316320
581.31 555-835753-52502-0000000 highland drinks 316321
75.68 555-818551-52502-0000000 wwj drinks 316342

1 151393 $97.31 07/27/17 01181 0 ACUSHNET COMPANY OUTSTANDING
97.31 555-846721-52506-0000000 performance sleeve proshop 904501346

1 151394 $25.00 07/27/17 16244 0 ALLEN HAMPTON OUTSTANDING
25.00 555-000000-21411-0000000 refund camp fees 2000529.003

1 151395 $720.00 07/27/17 14656 0 AMERICAN TESTING & ENGINEERING OUTSTANDING
720.00 301-616311-53102-2690000 core testing 7040

1 151396 $24.00 07/27/17 07054 0 ANDERSON REPAIR SERVICE OUTSTANDING
24.00 601-617364-54206-0000000 Truck Inspection/#3354 17036

1 151397 $75.00 07/27/17 16241 0 ANDREA L MATRINEZ OUTSTANDING
75.00 251-713451-53110-0000000 ENTER SERV YA DISSECT PGRM 2017-1

1 151398 $3274.94 07/27/17 01288 0 AT&T OUTSTANDING
148.38 506-618041-53204-0000000 sewer 309793041407jul17
739.82 506-618041-53204-0000000 sewer 309z13003807jul17
369.91 506-618041-53204-0000000 44 st 309z13103107jul17
1646.92 506-618041-53204-0000000 scada 309z13533707jul17
369.91 506-618041-53204-0000000 sewr 309z99051407jul17

1 151399 $156.00 07/27/17 14934 0 BENJAMIN N CORLETT OUTSTANDING
156.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire 156.00

1 151400 $313.72 07/27/17 00285 0 BEST DISTRIBUTING INC OUTSTANDING
32.11 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001871 22968
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 12

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

32.30 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001871
91.20 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001871
49.40 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001871
26.35 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001871
12.36 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001871
70.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001871

1 151401 $13.00 07/27/17 02537 0 BLACKSTONE AUDIOBOOKS OUTSTANDING
13.00 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 906428

1 151402 $4000.00 07/27/17 14579 0 BRAINFUSE INC. OUTSTANDING
4000.00 251-712421-53823-0000000 DBSE EDU SERV RNWL 811773118 2007005

1 151403 $113.00 07/27/17 15731 0 BREAKTHRU BEVERAGE ILLINOIS, LLC OUTSTANDING
113.00 555-835753-52503-0000000 highland vodka 1013923598

1 151404 $110.00 07/27/17 08283 0 BUDGET DRAIN & SEWER OUTSTANDING
110.00 101-451293-53801-0000000 lines cleaned 9629

1 151405 $649.96 07/27/17 00358 0 CDW GOVERNMENT INC OUTSTANDING
103.53 101-256081-52406-0000223 PANASONIC STYLUS PENS JMW7267
241.57 101-256081-52406-0000223 PANASONIC STYLUS PENS JNQ3517
304.86 101-256081-52406-0000223 INSPECTION TABLET-AYERS JNS5631

1 151406 $140.97 07/27/17 13446 0 CERTIFIED LOCKSMITH INC OUTSTANDING
140.97 251-711401-53801-0000000 B&G S/C MAIN LTBX KEY RPLC FIX 071217RIPL

1 151407 $54047.15 07/27/17 00411 0 CH LANGMAN AND SONS INC OUTSTANDING
54047.15 506-619346-53806-2158000 Emerg sewer repair 9 ST - 24 A 2017-075

1 151408 $135.00 07/27/17 15786 0 CHRISTOPHER GABANY OUTSTANDING
135.00 555-813501-53112-0000000 tennis instructor 072317

1 151409 $59.89 07/27/17 15674 0 CINTAS CORPORATION NO. 2 OUTSTANDING
59.89 555-834751-52214-0000000 highland first aid items 5008343858

1 151410 $10764.00 07/27/17 00397 0 CLEAVELAND INSURANCE GROUP OUTSTANDING
10764.00 621-157133-53601-0000000 Boiler & Machinery renewal 07122017TR

1 151411 $2113.55 07/27/17 16203 0 CLESEN HOLDINGS LLC OUTSTANDING
486.23 555-834751-52303-0000000 highland rain bird 323817
813.66 555-834751-52303-0000000 highland acme rain bird 326386
813.66 555-854701-52303-0000000 saukie acme rain bird

1 151412 $120.00 07/27/17 14710 0 COLIN M FRYE OUTSTANDING
120.00 555-867565-53112-0000000 fencing instructor 07192017

1 151413 $73.00 07/27/17 01925 0 COLMAN FLORIST AND GREENHOUSE OUTSTANDING
73.00 101-122041-54501-0000000 Charles Austin visitation 68797/1
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 13

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151414 $15677.77 07/27/17 15964 0 COMPASS MINERALS AMERICA INC OUTSTANDING
15677.77 101-616307-52209-0000000 INV # 54110 - 06/28/17 2017-084

1 151415 $150.00 07/27/17 08398 0 DANIEL P. BAKER OUTSTANDING
150.00 555-867563-52212-0000000 racquetball racquets and balls 071817

1 151416 $81.00 07/27/17 16206 0 DAVID S WALLACE OUTSTANDING
81.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire 072417

1 151417 $16840.95 07/27/17 00534 0 DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF ILLINOIS OUTSTANDING
16840.95 626-157141-53601-0000000 Delta Dental 08/17 999226

1 151418 $7033.73 07/27/17 00534 1 DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF ILLINOIS OUTSTANDING
7033.73 626-157141-53601-0000000 Delta low plan 08/17 999227

1 151419 $122.71 07/27/17 01511 1 DEMCO INC. OUTSTANDING
122.71 251-713471-52211-0000000 SPLS EDU CR BCK TO SCHOOL 6166261

1 151420 $175.48 07/27/17 16225 0 DYLAN PARKER OUTSTANDING
175.48 101-115041-51502-0000000 IML Workshop mileage reimbsmnt Springfield 06081

1 151421 $90.26 07/27/17 14363 1 EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES INC OUTSTANDING
61.40 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland bread 52258515763
5.66 555-855702-52501-0000000 saukie bread 52259113981
23.20 555-855702-52501-0000000 saukie bread 52259114005

1 151422 $226.70 07/27/17 14913 0 ELSMORE SPORTS INC. OUTSTANDING
226.70 555-818551-51401-0000000 wwj suits for guards 24868

1 151423 $115.50 07/27/17 16194 0 EMILY ANN LAUGHLIN OUTSTANDING
115.50 555-813501-53112-0000000 tennis instructor 072317

1 151424 $556.90 07/27/17 09929 0 EUCLID BEVERAGE OF GALESBURG OUTSTANDING
398.00 555-835753-52503-0000000 highland beer W-344-796
158.90 555-855702-52503-0000000 saukie beer W-348-713

1 151425 $797.42 07/27/17 15016 0 FALEY ENTERPRISES INC OUTSTANDING
199.77 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001856 11093905
50.97 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001884 11094513
54.76 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001911 11095031
25.75 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001911
393.16 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001876 12066942
21.56 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001909 12067379
51.45 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001910 12067484

1 151426 $1219.81 07/27/17 10460 1 FINDAWAY WORLD LLC OUTSTANDING
1219.81 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP AV 223441

1 151427 $458.64 07/27/17 00034 0 FOSTER COACH SALES INC OUTSTANDING
458.64 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001854 12410
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 14

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151428 $50.00 07/27/17 16056 0 FRANK R SLABY OUTSTANDING
50.00 555-834751-52301-0000000 highland mem tree 072417

1 151429 $11365.53 07/27/17 16243 0 FRIENDS OF HAUBERG CIVIC CENTER FOUNDATION OUTSTANDING
10274.28 555-813000-44403-5695000 transactions from 1/1-6/7 071817
1091.25 555-813000-44204-5695000 murder mystery

1 151430 $883.85 07/27/17 14635 1 GALE CENGAGE LEARNING OUTSTANDING
61.58 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK 60711162
114.36 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 60711164
88.77 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK 60711165
333.51 251-712421-54305-0000000 LIB MAT REF SO 60711790
0.10 251-712421-54305-0000000 RIP REFERENCE 60711790-1
59.18 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 60722246
48.80 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 60888430
24.00 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK 60888431
47.19 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 60890234
26.39 251-714403-54305-0000000 RIS BOOK 60902400
26.39 251-713451-54305-0000000 RIP BOOK 60902401
53.58 251-714402-54305-0000000 RIT BOOK 60902402

1 151431 $81.00 07/27/17 15343 1 GENESIS HEALTH SYSTEM OUTSTANDING
81.00 621-157131-53602-5117000 Munson work comp 07132017GHG

1 151432 $283.70 07/27/17 14490 0 GLOBAL EMERGENCY PRODUCTS OUTSTANDING
283.70 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001906 AG57445

1 151433 $261.22 07/27/17 12948 0 GPM PUMP & TRUCK INC. OUTSTANDING
261.22 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001890 25424

1 151434 $1567.74 07/27/17 00365 0 GRAINGER OUTSTANDING
52.85 506-618343-52301-0000000 soap/lotion dispenser 9490944361
38.12 506-618341-52305-0000000 chart 9492786091
1355.75 101-617111-52301-2763223 Water Cooler/CH Project 9496683138
121.02 555-867564-52301-0000000 locker batteries 9500773552

1 151435 $16.09 07/27/17 02433 0 GREGORY WHITCOMB OUTSTANDING
16.09 101-413215-54201-0000000 7/18/17 TRAVEL TRAVEL 7/18/17

1 151436 $466.00 07/27/17 15606 0 HAHN READY MIX OUTSTANDING
466.00 555-822601-56412-6281223 douglas concrete 303017

1 151437 $94.88 07/27/17 00146 0 HANDY TRUE VALUE OUTSTANDING
1.70 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001859 B315991
5.16- 101-617111-52301-0000000 Credit: pipe strap B316487
7.16 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001896 B316490
8.76 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001897 B316506
47.97 555-813501-52405-0000000 fan and strip for pete B316584.
25.99 101-617111-52302-0000000 Paint C316840
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 15

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3.30 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001860 C317886
5.16 101-617111-52301-0000000 Pipe strap (returned) C318145

1 151438 $132.84 07/27/17 02905 0 HIGHLAND PACKING CO INC OUTSTANDING
62.28 555-855702-52501-0000000 saukie food 220446
70.56 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland food 220488

1 151439 $595.00 07/27/17 06155 0 HUNGRY HOBO OUTSTANDING
90.00 555-813521-52501-0000000 plex subs 071717.
505.00 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj subs 072117

1 151440 $63.53 07/27/17 00099 0 HY VEE FOOD STORES OUTSTANDING
3.58 555-818551-52509-0000000 wwj lunch bags 8027839054
1.49 555-818551-52509-0000000 wwj spoons 8029174934
2.29 555-818551-52206-0000000 wwj cutex ultra 8029185761
1.49 555-818551-52509-0000000 wwj spoons 8029824716
30.72 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj hot dog buns
5.00 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj tostado bites 8029864613
2.98 555-818551-52509-0000000 wwj spoons 8030427966
9.98 555-818551-52502-0000000 wwj water 8030452863
6.00 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj tostado bites

1 151441 $15000.00 07/27/17 01343 0 IL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OUTSTANDING
15000.00 506-618041-54206-0000000 NPDES FEE 7/1 to 6/30/18 SWTP il0036382 jul 17

1 151442 $225.00 07/27/17 01520 0 ILLINOIS LIBRARY ASSN OUTSTANDING
225.00 251-711041-54402-0000000 DUES RIPL ANNL ILA MBRSHP 134119

1 151443 $1985.00 07/27/17 08664 0 INTEGRITY CLEANING SYSTEMS INC. OUTSTANDING
1985.00 555-867564-53801-0000000 rifac cleaning 071117

1 151444 $3329.94 07/27/17 16057 1 ITSAVVY LLC OUTSTANDING
220.68 101-256081-52403-0000000 MEDIA CONVERTER 00967303
3109.26 101-256081-52406-0000223 INSPECTIONS TABLETS 00967621

1 151445 $659.94 07/27/17 00220 0 JOHNSON H2O EQUIPMENT INC OUTSTANDING
659.94 501-618352-53902-0000000 rental filters 2408 20 ST CT 56976

1 151446 $183.75 07/27/17 14986 0 JOSHUA TEGGATZ OUTSTANDING
183.75 555-813501-53112-0000000 tennis instructor 072317

1 151447 $265.36 07/27/17 00235 0 KEIMS PAINT CENTER INC OUTSTANDING
265.36 555-822601-52302-0000000 cannons paint 66844

1 151448 $55.00 07/27/17 08562 0 KENNY'S PEST CONTROL INC. OUTSTANDING
55.00 101-451293-53822-0000000 extermination 379734

1 151449 $410.57 07/27/17 14381 0 KING FOOD SERVICE INC. OUTSTANDING
410.57 901-356931-52216-5338000 Active Club Annual Meeting 273472
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 16

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151450 $485.76 07/27/17 03530 0 KINGS MATERIAL INC OUTSTANDING
485.76 555-822611-52201-0000000 hort landscape materials KMI7712330

1 151451 $67.50 07/27/17 15696 0 MARKETPLACE SELECTIONSINC OUTSTANDING
67.50 555-835753-52503-0000000 highland beer 216104

1 151452 $48.00 07/27/17 15789 0 MATTHEW SEARS OUTSTANDING
48.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire 072417

1 151453 $279.00 07/27/17 00528 0 MENARDS INC OUTSTANDING
279.00 609-618369-52401-0000000 string trimmer 83885

1 151454 $497.64 07/27/17 00560 0 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CO OUTSTANDING
497.64 251-714403-53703-0000000 SW ELEC CHRGS 61317TO71317 15571-06003-7-17

1 151455 $1062.05 07/27/17 00560 0 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CO OUTSTANDING
1040.98 251-714402-53703-0000000 ELEC CHRGS 3031 61417TO71417 54420-60038-7-17
21.07 251-714402-53702-0000000 GAS CHRGS 3031 61417TO71417

1 151456 $73927.66 07/27/17 00560 0 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CO OUTSTANDING
48.07 555-813501-53702-0000000 gas/rec 043508309JUN17
2972.31 555-818551-53702-0000000 gas/wwj
84.78 555-854701-53702-0000000 gas/saukie
78.43 555-834751-53702-0000000 gas/highland
340.21 555-822601-53702-0000000 gas/parks
1344.98 555-813501-53703-0000000 elec/rec
568.65 555-813511-53703-0000000 elec/hauberg
1054.78 555-813521-53703-0000000 elec/complex
3307.91 555-834751-53703-0000000 elec/highland
1115.80 555-854701-53703-0000000 elec/saukie
3131.94 555-822601-53703-0000000 elec/parks
5802.99 555-818551-53703-0000000 elec/wwj
13196.58 501-618352-53703-0549000 22031-27117-0617 P/Station 42931-70004-0617
20466.57 506-618341-53703-0549000 67020-60021-0617 WW Plant
605.66 609-618369-53703-0549000 68280-58029-0617 HydroPlant
5881.30 501-618352-53703-0549000 69330-60027-0617 Resv Domes
13676.70 555-867564-53703-0000000 rifac elec 6555060012JUN17
250.00 555-811041-53703-0000000 admin elec

1 151457 $563.25 07/27/17 02440 0 MIDWEST MAILWORKS INC OUTSTANDING
563.25 101-155041-53203-0000000 mail services 7/2 - 7/7 203325

1 151458 $26.83 07/27/17 00652 0 MOLINE DISPATCH PUBLISHING CO OUTSTANDING
26.83 101-213061-53402-5159000 Acct 113007 CAFR Legal Notice AD # 1048736

1 151459 $616.51 07/27/17 00666 0 MUNICIPAL ELECTRONICS INC OUTSTANDING
210.00 225-412208-53804-0000000 6 RADAR RECERT 064761
406.51 225-412208-53804-0000000 4 RADAR REPAIR 064780

1 151460 $75.19 07/27/17 11990 0 OFFICE DEPOT OUTSTANDING
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 17

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

75.19 101-155041-52101-0000000 Hand truck 943063345001

1 151461 $762.10 07/27/17 11990 0 OFFICE DEPOT OUTSTANDING
226.32 101-411041-52101-0000000 OFFICE SUPPLIES 84033630387680001
23.51 101-411041-52207-0000000 PAPER PLATES, NAPKINS
3.84 101-411041-52101-0000000 COUNTERFEIT PENS 84033630387768001
6.97 101-411041-52101-0000000 9X12 ENVELOPES 84033630387769001
11.99 101-411041-52101-0000000 COPY STAMP 84033630387770001
466.98 101-122041-52101-0000000 printer toners 84033630941277006
22.49 101-211041-52101-0000000 office supplies - general 84033630942192578

1 151462 $196.61 07/27/17 04242 0 OREILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC OUTSTANDING
46.07 555-822613-52305-0000000 munic battery 0753-122526
16.24 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks conduit, tape, ultra bla 0753-126416
4.98 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks copper plug 0753-126488
39.34 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001861 0753-126500
15.26 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001895 0753-126798
74.72 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001883 0753-126841

1 151463 $9596.65 07/27/17 12863 0 PC MALL GOV INC. OUTSTANDING
9596.65 101-256081-52406-0000223 POE SWITCHES B04027350101

1 151464 $962.08 07/27/17 01067 0 PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP TPC OUTSTANDING
137.39 555-818551-52509-0000000 wwj straw and cup lids 5396971
35.83 555-818551-52502-0000000 wwj ketchup and mustard
178.65 555-855702-52501-0000000 saukie food 5400702
174.26 555-835753-52509-0000000 highland can liners, cups, bag 5400703
435.95 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland food 5400704

1 151465 $75.00 07/27/17 15744 0 PETE PENA OUTSTANDING
75.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire - one fell through 072417

1 151466 $564.24 07/27/17 04257 0 PHELPS OUTSTANDING
4.78 555-834751-53901-0000000 highland laundry 0908919
28.07 555-834751-53822-0000000 highland towels
12.22 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0908920
13.28 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0908923
133.85 506-618341-53901-0000000 uniforms
4.78 555-834751-53901-0000000 highland laundry 0910655
28.07 555-834751-53822-0000000 highland towels
12.96 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0910656
13.28 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0910659
54.35 506-618341-53901-0000000 uniforms
4.78 555-834751-53901-0000000 highland laundry 0912389
28.07 555-834751-53822-0000000 highland towels
12.22 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0912390
11.87- 506-618341-53901-0000000 correction for overcharge 0912393
4.78 555-834751-53901-0000000 highland laundry 0914136
28.07 555-834751-53822-0000000 highland towels
12.22 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0914137
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 18

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

13.28 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0914140
54.35 506-618341-53901-0000000 uniforms
4.78 555-834751-53901-0000000 highland laundry 0915904
28.07 555-834751-53822-0000000 highland towels
12.22 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0915905
13.28 506-618341-53822-0000000 mats etc 0915908
54.35 506-618341-53901-0000000 uniforms

1 151467 $119.95 07/27/17 09142 0 QUAD CITY AUTOMOTIVE PAINT OUTSTANDING
53.95 601-617364-52302-0000000 Lacquer Thinner 5387-3
66.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001872 9043-8

1 151468 $387.75 07/27/17 00826 0 QUAD CITY LAMINATING & TROPHY CO OUTSTANDING
25.50 555-835753-52212-0000000 highland trophy 95842
118.50 555-813521-52212-0000000 plex plaques 95864
243.75 901-356921-54501-6161000 Striders Track Trophies 95869

1 151469 $10920.00 07/27/17 15208 0 REPUBLIC SERVICES LLC OUTSTANDING
10920.00 510-616333-53704-0000000 RECYCLING SERVICES 06/30/17 0400-001752323

1 151470 $50.00 07/27/17 16238 0 RICA PATEL OUTSTANDING
50.00 211-000000-44407-0000000 Banquet room refund 16238-072517

1 151471 $258.74 07/27/17 15586 0 RILCO FLUID CARE INC OUTSTANDING
258.74 506-618341-52204-0000000 corena pail 0288530

1 151472 $2830.17 07/27/17 00957 0 ROCK ISLAND COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE OUTSTANDING
2830.17 101-256081-54101-5392000 JULY 2017 WANS/LEADS JULY 2017

1 151473 $148.00 07/27/17 16201 0 RYNE BEADEL OUTSTANDING
148.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire 072417

1 151474 $225.00 07/27/17 15482 0 SHAWN M MAZZAROLLO OUTSTANDING
225.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001881 667452

1 151475 $48.42 07/27/17 15634 0 SHOTTENKIRK INC OUTSTANDING
48.42 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001893 741552

1 151476 $515.31 07/27/17 01000 0 STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC OUTSTANDING
163.06 506-618343-52305-0000000 alum tray, steel alloy wheel 1505972
10.74 555-822601-52209-0000000 parks flap disc, grind wheel 1508117-00
341.51 555-822601-56412-6281223 douglas geotex 1509875-00

1 151477 $50.00 07/27/17 16239 0 TIM SCOTT OUTSTANDING
50.00 211-000000-44407-0000000 Banquet room refund 16239-072517

1 151478 $3282.44 07/27/17 15927 0 TORTOISE CREDIT STRATEGIES LLC OUTSTANDING
3282.44 706-930041-53106-0000000 fee for quarter ending 06/30/1 xxx282 2017 2nd

1 151479 $100.00 07/27/17 00397 3 TRAVELERS OUTSTANDING
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 19

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
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DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

100.00 621-157133-53601-0000000 Misc Surety New Policy 070617PN

1 151480 $229.50 07/27/17 00639 0 TRI STATE FIRE CONTROL INC OUTSTANDING
123.00 555-835753-53804-0000000 highland fire ext maint and re 124191
66.50 555-855702-53804-0000000 saukie fire ext maint and reai 124192
40.00 555-867564-53804-0000000 rifac fire ext maint 124194

1 151481 $205.85 07/27/17 00648 0 TWIN BRIDGES TRUCK CITY INC OUTSTANDING
205.85 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001912 485761

1 151482 $237.50 07/27/17 01185 0 TYLER ENTERPRISES OF ELWOOD INC OUTSTANDING
237.50 555-854701-52219-0000000 saukie banvel dicamba 48463

1 151483 $520.00 07/27/17 14869 0 UNITYPOINT HEALTH OUTSTANDING
520.00 101-454273-54206-0000000 Pals recertification 602IN1229

1 151484 $525.32 07/27/17 12965 0 VAN WALL EQUIPMENT INC OUTSTANDING
34.90 555-822621-52204-0000000 parks winter bar oil 500301
369.80 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks filler cap, oring, nozzl 547023
6.57 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks fuel cap 621238
31.98 555-822621-52204-0000000 parks bar oil 621240
11.95 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks pro line 621242
70.12 555-834751-52305-0000000 highland cover 621253

1 151485 $1508.63 07/27/17 11026 0 VERIZON WIRELESS OUTSTANDING
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-230-5870 9789375300
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-7882
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8735
13.46 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8736
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8737
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8738
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8739
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8740
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13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8745
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13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8747
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8748
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8749
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8750
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8751
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8752
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8753
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8754
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8755
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8756
13.48 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8757
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 20

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

13.48 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8758
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8759
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8760
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8761
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8762
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8763
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8764
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8765
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8766
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8767
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8768
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8769
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8770
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8771
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8772
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8773
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8774
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8775
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-373-8776
24.79 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-428-3056
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-732-6096
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4043
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4049
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4062
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4087
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4102
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4128
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4137
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4147
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4169
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4172
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4187
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4216
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4217
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4218
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4258
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4261
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4263
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4294
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4296
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4303
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4315
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4323
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4362
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4364
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4421
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4447
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4485
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4486
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4533
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 21

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 07/27/17 - 07/27/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4544
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4554
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4556
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4561
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4562
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4563
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4564
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4565
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4566
13.58 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4567
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-648-4589
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4604
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4610
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4636
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4675
13.44 601-617041-53205-0000000 AVL 309-948-4680
27.40 101-616041-53205-0000000 309-429-0462 9789375301
27.40 101-617111-53205-0000000 309-429-1392
27.40 507-619041-53205-0000000 309-429-7357
27.40 501-613358-53205-0000000 309-429-7678
27.40 501-613358-53205-0000000 309-429-7844
27.40 555-822601-53205-0000000 309-429-1660 9789375302
27.40 555-822601-53205-0000000 309-429-5436
27.40 555-822601-53205-0000000 309-429-5833
27.40 555-822601-53205-0000000 309-429-7458
27.40 555-822601-53205-0000000 309-429-7689

1 151486 $8052.00 07/27/17 13074 0 YAMAHA MOTOR CORP USA OUTSTANDING
3355.00 555-855702-53905-0000000 saukie golf carts 613476
4697.00 555-835753-53905-0000000 highland golf carts

TOTAL # OF ISSUED CHECKS: 104 TOTAL AMOUNT: 356525.12

TOTAL # OF VOIDED/REISSUED CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL # OF ACH CHECKS: 69 TOTAL AMOUNT: 122773.88

TOTAL # OF UNISSUED CHECKS: 0
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY JUL272017 09:10 PAGE 22

FUND TOTALS
-----------

FUND FUND NAME ISSUED TOTAL VOIDED/REISSUED TOTAL
------ ------------------------------ --------------- ----------------------

101 GENERAL FUND 58,304.36 0.00
207 COMMUNITY/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 12,063.75 0.00
211 M L KING CENTER 6,515.15 0.00
225 DUI FINE LAW 616.51 0.00
251 PUBLIC LIBRARY 16,163.66 0.00
301 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 720.00 0.00
501 WATER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE 22,421.47 0.00
506 WASTEWATER OPER & MAINTENANCE 167,677.67 0.00
507 STORMWATER UTILITY 1,274.02 0.00
510 SOLID WASTE 10,920.00 0.00
541 SUNSET MARINA 14,391.60 0.00
555 PARK & RECREATION 84,943.84 0.00
584 CIRLF LOAN FUND 6,000.00 0.00
601 FLEET SERVICES 11,467.24 0.00
609 HYDROELECTRIC PLANT 919.66 0.00
621 SELF-INSURANCE 11,781.00 0.00
626 EMPLOYEE HEALTH PLAN 43,450.02 0.00
706 POLICE PENSION 3,282.44 0.00
901 MLK ACTIVITY 6,153.15 0.00
905 IL DCFS 92.22 0.00
906 DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES 141.24 0.00

================ ================
TOTAL - 479,299.00 0.00

Steve Fitzsimmons
101 General Fund 111 1st Ward July 28, 2017 through
201 TIF #1 Downtown 112 2nd Ward August 3, 2017
202 TIF #2 South 11th Street 113 3rd Ward Total: $357,032.67
203 TIF #3 North 11th Street 114 4th Ward
204 TIF #4 Jumer’s Casino Rock Island 115 5th Ward
205 TIF #5 Columbia Park 116 6th Ward
206 TIF #6 NE 1280/Parkway 117 7th Ward
207 Community/Economic Development 118 Mayor
208 TIF #7 20th Street/1st Ave 119 Mayor/Council Administration
209 TIF #8 Watchtower 122 General Administration
210 Public Benefits 123 Legal Services
211 MLK Center 131 City Clerk
212 MLK Facility Improvement 155 Personnel Administration
221 Motor Fuel Tax 156 Personnel Services
222 Foreign Fire Insurance 157 Insurance
223 Riverboat Gaming 211 Finance Administration
224 State Drug Prevention 212 Customer Service
225 DUI Fine Law 213 Accounting Services
226 Court Supervision 256 Information Technology
227 Crime Laboratory 311 Community/Economic Dev. Admin.
241 US Department of Justice Grant 312 Economic Development
242 Community Development Block Grant 313 Planning/Redevelopment
243 Federal Drug Prevention 314 Inspection
245 Schwiebert Park Boat Dock 356 MLK Community Center
246 Ridgewood Business Parks 411 Police Administration
251 Public Library 412 Field Operations Bureau
271 Honor Guard Contributions 413 Criminal Investigation Bureau
272 DARE 414 Administrative/Technical Services Bureau
273 Police Contributions 451 Fire Administration
274 Elderly Service Contributions 452 Fire Emergency Services
275 RI Auxiliary Police 453 Fire Protective Inspect
276 RI Labor Day Parade 454 Ambulance
277 ESO Christmas Tour 611 Public Works Administration
278 Adopt a School 612 Motor Vehicle Parking System
282 LEAD Grant 613 Water Meter Services
301 Capital Improvements 615 Engineering
405 Debt Service 616 Municipal Services
501 Water Operation & Maintenance 617 Fleet Services
502 Water Capital 2010A BAB’S 618 Utility Services
506 Wastewater Operation & Maint. 619 Utility Maintenance
507 Stormwater Utility 711 Library Administration
508 Wastewater Capital 2010A BAB’S 712 Library Information Services
541 Sunset Marina 713 Library Circulation
555 Park & Recreation 714 Library Extension
581 CDBG Loan Programs 811 Park/Rec Administration
582 State Affordable Housing 813 Recreation
583 Comm/Econ Dev. Loans 818 Whitewater Aquatic Center
584 CIRLF Loan Fund 819 Schwiebert Riverfront Park
585 MPF Endowment Loans 822 Parks
586 Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund 834 Highland Golf Maintenance
601 Fleet Services 835 Highland Clubhouse
602 Fleet Amortization 846 Golf Pro Shop
606 Engineering 854 Saukie Golf Maintenance
609 Hydroelectric Plant 855 Saukie Clubhouse
621 Self Insurance 867 RIFAC
626 Employee Health Plan 891 Donations P/R Admin
701 Fire Pension 892 Donations Parks
706 Police Pension 893 Donations REC Programs
711 Cafeteria Plan 894 Donations Golf Maintenance
712 Loan Escrow 895 Donations Highland/Saukie Clubhouse
831 GASB 34 897 Donations RIFAC
901 MLK Activity 899 Donations Riverfront Park
906 Dept. of Human Services 910 Police/Fire Commission
907 MLK Capital Contributions 920 Fire Pension
950 Public Library Foundation 930 Police Pension
940 Cafeteria Plan
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 1

REPORT PARAMETERS
---------------------------

ORGANIZATION : 010

BANK : 1

PRINT BY : CHECK DATE

SORT OPTION : CHECK #

PRINT DETAILS : Y

BEGINNING CHECK DATE : 08/03/17

ENDING CHECK DATE : 08/03/17

ORG NAME FOR EXTRACT FILE : AP080317
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 2

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 25577 $118.48 08/03/17 01274 0 A & A AIR CONDITIONING CLEARED
125.00- 555-818551-53804-0000000 wwj over payment credit 072517
243.48 555-835753-53804-0000000 highland repair freezer 93289

1 25578 $4.53 08/03/17 00046 0 ADEL WHOLESALERS INC CLEARED
4.53 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001932 1893983

1 25579 $6679.88 08/03/17 01836 0 AFSCME CLEARED
6679.88 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25580 $559.95 08/03/17 08104 0 ALL STAR PRO GOLF INC CLEARED
559.95 555-835753-52212-0000000 highland hex eraser pencils 261330

1 25581 $331.35 08/03/17 00032 0 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY CLEARED
21.00- 555-834751-52305-0000000 highland core return mower 50-700902
21.90 555-834751-52305-0000000 filter 50-705626
8.19 555-834751-52301-0000000 oil dri
44.31 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001955 50-705940
60.98 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001964 50-705966
102.69 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001964
79.80 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001964
23.92 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001964
10.56 601-617364-52209-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001934 80-309016

1 25582 $360.50 08/03/17 00279 0 BEARDSLEY PRINTERY CLEARED
239.40 501-619041-53502-0000000 boil hangers 26181
121.10 501-613358-53502-0000000 missed u hangers 26185

1 25583 $275.50 08/03/17 01275 0 BI STATE DETERGENT SYSTEMS CLEARED
275.50 555-867564-52206-0000000 rifac detergent 054673

1 25584 $14939.85 08/03/17 00297 0 BLICK & BLICK OIL INC CLEARED
6245.84 601-617364-52203-0000000 3503 Gals Gasohol 47915
1970.00 601-617364-52203-0000000 1000 Gals Regular No Lead 47916
6823.45 601-617364-52203-0000000 3501 Gals #2 LS Diesel Fuel 47917
99.44- 601-617364-52203-0000000 Credit/wrong vendor payment 50904966A

1 25585 $1631.63 08/03/17 15221 0 BROADSPIRE SERVICES INC CLEARED
1631.63 621-157131-53104-0000000 06/17 Conversion Fees 0349821-IN

1 25586 $809.53 08/03/17 00364 0 CERTIFIED LABORATORIES CLEARED
809.53 506-618341-52204-0000000 premaluube, lube-trac 2801936

1 25587 $3656.25 08/03/17 00386 0 CITY OF MOLINE EAST ANNEX CLEARED
3656.25 101-616301-52306-0000000 emulsion 57569

1 25588 $59.19 08/03/17 03309 0 COE EQUIPMENT INC CLEARED
59.19 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001942 65767

1 25589 $714.00 08/03/17 00333 0 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTORS INC CLEARED
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 3

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

714.00 101-617372-52304-0000000 roadway 250whps 6470-470048

1 25590 $7960.51 08/03/17 02586 0 CRAWFORD & COMPANY CLEARED
2177.79 621-157131-53602-5117000 Med/Bl C520708-IN
169.70 621-157131-53104-0000000 Non-legal
2506.60 621-157131-53602-5117000 Med/Bl C521011-IN
165.73 621-157131-53104-0000000 Non-legal
554.66 621-157131-53602-5117000 Med/Bl C521348-IN
61.07 621-157131-53104-0000000 Non-legal
2148.32 621-157131-53602-5117000 Med/Bl C521656-IN
91.00 621-157131-53602-5119000 Legal
85.64 621-157131-53104-0000000 Non-legal

1 25591 $25.99 08/03/17 00488 0 CULLIGAN OF THE QUAD CITIES INC CLEARED
25.99 211-356941-53801-0000000 Culligan of Davenport 778390-072517

1 25592 $243.54 08/03/17 00490 0 CUMMINS CENTRAL POWER LLC. CLEARED
138.50 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001952 070-8604
105.04 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001952

1 25593 $557.39 08/03/17 00770 0 CYNTHIA L PARCHERT CLEARED
557.39 626-157141-53601-0000000 Parchert repayment for prem 080117CP

1 25594 $22.16 08/03/17 01241 0 D & L SURPLUS & SPECIALTIES INC. CLEARED
22.16 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001933 313894

1 25595 $119.00 08/03/17 07173 0 DOCUMENT IMAGING DIMENSIONS INC CLEARED
119.00 101-211041-52101-0000000 TONER CARTRIDGE-CSA-YELLOW 328398

1 25596 $1000.00 08/03/17 00859 0 DOUGLAS R VROMAN CLEARED
500.00 701-920041-53106-0000000 Fire Pen Admin Sal - June 2017 2017-06
500.00 701-920041-53106-0000000 Fire Pen Admin Sal - July 2017 2017-07

1 25597 $555.20 08/03/17 00602 0 ELLIOTT EQUIPMENT CO CLEARED
410.04 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001913 141200
145.16 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001914 141216

1 25598 $7.32 08/03/17 02528 0 FASTENAL COMPANY CLEARED
7.32 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001863 ILMOL158539

1 25599 $10527.00 08/03/17 00692 0 FBG SERVICE CORP CLEARED
2507.00 101-617111-53801-0000000 7/17 Janitorial City Hall 803349
117.00 101-617111-53801-0000000 7/17 Janitorial Bridge
1244.00 101-617111-53801-0000000 7/17 Janitorial CH South
1861.00 101-617112-53801-0000000 7/17 Janitorial PW
1037.00 101-617114-53801-0000000 7/17 Janitorial MSD
3761.00 101-617120-53801-0000000 7/17 Janitorial PD 803350

1 25600 $20081.86 08/03/17 14850 0 FINER FINISH GROUNDS CARE LLC CLEARED
13896.86 101-616334-53822-6224223 Mowing Contract 101290
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 4

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5117.00 507-616322-53822-6224000 Mowing Contract 101292
445.00 101-616334-53822-6224000 Mowing Contract 101297a
623.00 507-616322-53822-6224000 Mowing Contract 101301b

1 25601 $26015.13 08/03/17 05125 0 GAS & ELECTRIC CREDIT UNION CLEARED
26015.13 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25602 $259.59 08/03/17 00120 0 GENERAL ASPHALT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY CLEARED
127.62 101-616301-52306-0000000 ram surface 16460
131.97 101-616301-52306-0000000 ram surface 16467

1 25603 $16177.50 08/03/17 00125 0 GIERKE ROBINSON CO CLEARED
8949.65 506-618341-53902-0000000 pipe, bauers, flanges 1115778
5205.55 506-618341-53902-0000000 taprime pump and parts 1115779
2022.30 506-618341-53902-0000000 magnum pump 1115781

1 25604 $489.83 08/03/17 15043 0 GOLD MEDAL PRODUCTS COMPANY CLEARED
489.83 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj food 73179

1 25605 $1082.62 08/03/17 00360 1 GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY INC CLEARED
1082.62 501-618352-52304-0000000 litetronic led 992258663

1 25606 $273.00 08/03/17 05503 0 HAMPTON CRANES INC CLEARED
273.00 506-618341-53902-0000000 switch pumps bls 74706-62

1 25607 $7063.83 08/03/17 06030 0 HAWKINS WATER TREATMENT INC. CLEARED
7063.83 555-818551-52218-0000000 wwj pool chemicals 4114078

1 25608 $160.27 08/03/17 04970 0 HD SUPPLY FACILITIES MAINTENANCE CLEARED
160.27 501-618352-52404-0000000 circular chart 302503

1 25609 $37008.51 08/03/17 07532 0 ICMA RETIREMENT CORP CLEARED
37008.51 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25610 $80.00 08/03/17 13512 0 J & J LOCKS, SAFES & ALARMS, INC. CLEARED
80.00 101-617111-53801-0000000 Repair door lock at CH 41791

1 25611 $900.00 08/03/17 14433 0 JEFFREY LEE LARUE CLEARED
900.00 555-835753-53112-0000000 highland golf lessons 073117

1 25612 $693.22 08/03/17 00482 0 MARTIN EQUIPMENT OF IA-IL INC CLEARED
400.00 506-618341-53902-0000000 case rental 283039
44.68 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001925 284724
51.20 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001925
5.40 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001936 284866
32.40 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001936
22.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001936
22.34 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001936
115.20 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001936
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 5

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 25613 $909.98 08/03/17 00130 0 MES INC/GLOBAL CLEARED
262.24 222-452271-52401-0000000 premix holders IN1136539
42.69 101-452271-52305-0000000 Washer packing IN1141882
605.05 101-452271-52305-0000000 boots IN1148039

1 25614 $3042.88 08/03/17 14928 0 MILL CREEK MINING INC CLEARED
996.72 101-616301-52306-0000000 ca6 7561mb
2046.16 101-616301-52306-0000000 ca6 7660mb

1 25615 $6037.58 08/03/17 09364 0 MILLARD GROUP INC. CLEARED
6037.58 555-867564-53801-0000000 rifac aug cleaning 187166

1 25616 $2902.50 08/03/17 04206 0 MISSISSIPPI TRUCK AND TRAILER CLEARED
25.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001946 86030
321.25 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001946
25.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001946
25.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001946
85.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001939 86116
25.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001947 86292
321.25 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001947
150.00 601-617364-53804-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001947
1925.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001947

1 25617 $3118.51 08/03/17 00655 0 MOLO OIL COMPANY CLEARED
223.94 555-834751-52203-0000000 highland fuel 86845
464.03 555-834751-52203-0000000 highland fuel 86846
1951.33 555-822621-52203-0000000 parks fuel 87038
479.21 555-822621-52203-0000000 parks fuel 87039

1 25618 $381.39 08/03/17 00669 0 MUTUAL WHEEL COMPANY CLEARED
378.51 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001922 0316358
2.88 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001922

1 25619 $1500.95 08/03/17 12284 0 MYERS-COX CO CLEARED
21.25 555-818551-52509-0000000 wwj napkins 342325
795.18 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj food
125.70 555-818551-52509-0000000 wwj souffle cups 342581
255.96 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj food
302.86 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland snacks 343460

1 25620 $796.00 08/03/17 01837 0 NCPERS CLEARED
796.00 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25621 $1399.02 08/03/17 01240 0 OFFICE MACHINE CONSULTANTS INC CLEARED
1.19 101-313811-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17 IN118854
0.41 101-256081-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
55.79 101-314881-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
33.28 242-314882-53505-6199710 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
369.80 101-313811-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
82.16 242-313811-53505-6196610 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 6

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

243.41 242-313851-53505-6197610 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
16.51 101-312801-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
8.13 242-311041-53505-6196610 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
107.55 101-311041-53505-0000000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
10.32 584-312801-53505-6221000 COPY CHARGES 4/1/17-6/30/17
13.75 251-711401-53804-0000000 EQUIP S/C DWNTWN CPR PG IN120382
222.12 251-714402-53804-0000000 EQUIP S/C BRNCHS CPR JUNJUL IN120383
222.12 251-714403-53804-0000000 EQUIP S/C BRNCHS CPR JUNJUL
5.99 251-714402-53804-0000000 EQUIP S/C BRNCHS CPR JUNJUL IN120550
6.49 251-714403-53804-0000000 EQUIP S/C BRNCHS CPR JUNJUL

1 25622 $952.50 08/03/17 02477 0 PDC LABORATORIES INC CLEARED
952.50 501-618352-53112-0000000 fluoride probe 869684

1 25623 $1834.56 08/03/17 00783 0 PER MAR SECURITY & RESEARCH CORPORATION CLEARED
524.16 101-212384-53822-0000000 prkng attendant wk end Jul 08 413300
655.20 101-212384-53822-0000000 prkng attendant wk end Jul 15 413940
655.20 101-212384-53822-0000000 prkng attendant wk end Jul 22 414156

1 25624 $2240.98 08/03/17 00775 0 PLANT EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC CLEARED
8.56 501-619356-52304-0000000 12g-12mp 852677
13.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001889 852819-000
1846.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001937 852880-000
114.43 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001937
258.99 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001937

1 25625 $184.00 08/03/17 08643 0 POLICE BENEVOLENT CLEARED
184.00 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25626 $189.66 08/03/17 00584 0 PROFORMA XTREME CLEARED
189.66 101-313811-52101-0000000 Mailing Envelopes 0C81015841

1 25627 $3575.75 08/03/17 09892 0 QUALITY CONTROLLED STAFFING CLEARED
2837.26 101-616301-53111-0000223 temps 56279
738.49 541-617592-53111-0000000 temps 56280

1 25628 $319.90 08/03/17 03063 0 RAGAN MECHANICAL CLEARED
319.90 101-617111-53801-0000000 Labor to replace fountain/CH 147

1 25629 $5740.38 08/03/17 00899 0 REPUBLIC COMPANIES CLEARED
1585.37 101-617372-52304-0000000 sqd q2c 3865305
3642.50 101-617372-52304-0000000 esl cl 36w 240m 3900796
122.15 101-617372-52304-0000000 splices 3908096-02
84.40 101-617372-52304-0000000 butt splice 3908096-03
110.00 101-617372-52304-0000000 40w35 e 26 3955978
195.96 101-617372-52304-0000000 power pack, sensor 4010419

1 25630 $50.71 08/03/17 08371 0 REXCO EQUIPMENT INC. CLEARED
50.71 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks oil seal, collar P15653
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 7

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 25631 $17.00 08/03/17 15528 0 RIPD COMMAND OFFICERS ASSOC CLEARED
17.00 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25632 $2137.42 08/03/17 01408 0 ROCK ISLAND ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR INC CLEARED
160.00 506-618341-53804-0000000 field service call 0113436
1977.42 506-618341-53804-0000000 service call 0113447

1 25633 $4396.08 08/03/17 01840 0 ROCK ISLAND FIRE UNION LOCAL #26 CLEARED
4396.08 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25634 $203.94 08/03/17 00992 0 SADLER POWER TRAIN INC CLEARED
20.44 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001928 22204457
145.98 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001928
37.52 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001928

1 25635 $560.22 08/03/17 08420 0 SELCO INC. CLEARED
353.94 501-619356-53902-0000000 cade rental 69445
206.28 506-619346-53902-0000000 cade rental 69446

1 25636 $71.28 08/03/17 01034 0 SEXTON FORD CLEARED
178.41- 601-617364-52305-0000000 Credit for returned bearing 274692A
103.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 Weatherstripping 274988A
52.29 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001918 274989
94.40 601-617364-52305-0000000 Caps/plugs for Inventory 275045A

1 25637 $1408.32 08/03/17 14321 0 STATEWIDE TIRE CLEARED
1408.32 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001654 107009

1 25638 $323.75 08/03/17 01119 0 STECKER GRAPHICS INC CLEARED
200.00 555-835753-52212-0000000 highland koozies 10933
73.75 555-855702-52212-0000000 saukie koozies
50.00 555-813501-53501-0000000 pete business cards 10949

1 25639 $764.90 08/03/17 01174 0 STERN BEVERAGE INC CLEARED
12.99 555-855702-52502-0000000 saukie drinks 230704
167.80 555-855702-52503-0000000 saukie beer
83.16 555-835753-52502-0000000 highland drinks 230894
500.95 555-835753-52503-0000000 highland beer

1 25640 $465.60 08/03/17 01058 0 TERMINIX INTERNATIONAL CLEARED
465.60 211-356941-53801-0000000 Annual Terminix Payment 366624913

1 25641 $123.00 08/03/17 09202 0 TESTAMERICA LABORATORIES, INC. CLEARED
123.00 506-618341-53112-0000000 samples 07/13/17 40164617

1 25642 $95.00 08/03/17 05600 0 THE PRINTER'S MARK CLEARED
95.00 251-711041-53503-0000000 PROMO PUB RCK SCHL YR CARD 20170760

1 25643 $801.16 08/03/17 01057 0 THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS COMPANY CLEARED
440.00 101-616306-52302-0000000 white paint 3186-01
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 8

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

179.00 101-616306-52302-0000000 yellow paint 3355-2
69.10 555-822601-52302-0000000 parks orange paint 3441-0
54.78 101-616306-52302-0000000 long filters 531-5
63.69 555-822601-52302-0000000 parks orange paint 5380-4
5.41- 555-822601-52302-0000000 parks orange paint 5381-2

1 25644 $238.00 08/03/17 00009 0 THYMET CLEARED
20.00 555-813511-53801-0000000 hauberg bug spray 91779
75.00 251-711401-53822-0000000 OP S/C DWNTWN QTRLY SERV PST 92080
45.00 251-714403-53822-0000000 OP S/C SW QTRLY SERV PST CTRL 92081
98.00 555-855702-53801-0000000 saukie ants 92140

1 25645 $150.00 08/03/17 00637 0 TRI CITY BLACKTOP INC CLEARED
150.00 101-616301-52306-0000000 hot mix 28720

1 25646 $100.08 08/03/17 02631 0 TRUCK COUNTRY OF IOWA INC CLEARED
46.80 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001930 X106307833:01
53.28 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001949 X106308200:01

1 25647 $3305.00 08/03/17 06176 0 TURKLES TREE SERVICE CLEARED
3305.00 101-616321-53802-0000223 various locations 001683

1 25648 $327.70 08/03/17 00802 0 UNITED WAY OF THE QUAD CITIES CLEARED
327.70 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 25649 $6073.55 08/03/17 00838 0 VALLEY CONSTRUCTION CO CLEARED
6073.55 101-616301-52306-0000000 patch 2350 5 ST 170131

1 25650 $287.82 08/03/17 02423 0 VERMEER SALES & SERVICE, INC. CLEARED
13.86 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001917 P49793
2.70 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001917
155.34 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001917
115.92 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001951 P49934

1 25651 $2669.91 08/03/17 06079 0 VERTEX CHEMICAL CORP CLEARED
2669.91 506-618341-52217-0000000 vertex bulk 4120940

1 25652 $517.00 08/03/17 00939 0 XYLEM LTD CLEARED
517.00 507-616322-52301-0000000 mulch 115002

1 25653 $2380.80 08/03/17 00945 0 ZIMMER & FRANCESCON INC CLEARED
145.50 506-619346-52303-0000000 couplings 0157336
232.20 501-619356-52303-0000000 pvc pipe, adapters, reducers 0157337
238.90 506-619346-52303-0000000 couplings 0157338
207.20 506-619346-52303-0000000 pvc 0157339
1557.00 507-619348-52303-0000000 grate, frame, hood 0157387

1 151487 $1458.45 08/03/17 00387 0 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND OUTSTANDING
1458.45 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 9

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151488 $553.00 08/03/17 00540 0 DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF ROCK ISLAND OUTSTANDING
553.00 101-312801-54401-0000000 Closing Costs for 1527 36 St. 4107

1 151489 $5000.00 08/03/17 08451 0 GIRL SCOUTS OF EASTERN IOWA AND WESTERN ILLIN OUTSTANDING
5000.00 101-313851-55110-0000223 Gaming Grant Reimbursement 072117

1 151490 $154.03 08/03/17 12148 14 HUNZIKER HECK & SCHNEIDERHEINZE LLC OUTSTANDING
154.03 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 151491 $60.00 08/03/17 00164 0 ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE OUTSTANDING
20.00 555-834751-54206-0000000 highland app license steeber 2017Steeber2946
20.00 555-834751-54206-0000000 highland app license clark 2017clark4086
20.00 555-854701-54206-0000000 saukie app license thompson 2017thompson4487

1 151492 $1698.50 08/03/17 01839 0 ILLINOIS FOP LABOR COUNCIL OUTSTANDING
1698.50 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 151493 $1200.00 08/03/17 16252 0 JEREMIAH D HOPKINS OUTSTANDING
600.00 555-819615-53110-0000000 frankie fontagne & ramb thurs 03142017-3
600.00 555-819615-53110-0000000 thurs groove jason carl & whol 03142017-4

1 151494 $800.00 08/03/17 16249 0 JOSHUA G PESCHANG OUTSTANDING
800.00 555-819615-53110-0000000 thurs groove the stone flowers 03142017-6

1 151495 $503.19 08/03/17 15243 0 LEGAL SHIELD OUTSTANDING
503.19 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 151496 $750.00 08/03/17 16250 0 MATTHEW A SIVERTSEN OUTSTANDING
750.00 555-819615-53110-0000000 thurs groove minus six 03142017-1

1 151497 $750.00 08/03/17 14020 0 NATHANIEL NICHOLSON OUTSTANDING
750.00 555-819615-53110-0000000 thurs groove funktastic 5 03142017-5

1 151498 $800.00 08/03/17 16251 0 NICHOLAS VASQUEZ OUTSTANDING
800.00 555-819615-53110-0000000 candymaker thur groove 17 03142017-7

1 151499 $43.39 08/03/17 01834 0 POLICE & FIREMENS INSURANCE ASSN OUTSTANDING
43.39 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 151500 $750.00 08/03/17 16248 0 ROBERT F KELLY OUTSTANDING
750.00 555-819615-53110-0000000 thiurs groove wicked liz & bel 03142017-2

1 151501 $1686.50 08/03/17 14253 0 STORINO, RAMELLO & DURKIN OUTSTANDING
1686.50 201-312801-53101-0000000 TIF Legal Services 72981

1 151502 $427.03 08/03/17 02347 0 U A W LOCAL 2282 OUTSTANDING
427.03 051-000000-21403-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 151503 $92.13 08/03/17 00649 0 U S CELLULAR OUTSTANDING
92.13 101-311041-53205-0000000 CED Director Cell Phone 0202040654
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 10

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151504 $806.65 08/03/17 00007 0 A D HUESING CORP OUTSTANDING
239.33 555-855702-52502-0000000 saukie drinks 316369
567.32 555-835753-52502-0000000 highland drinks 316387

1 151505 $1550.00 08/03/17 15417 0 ADVANTAGE TREE SERVICE OUTSTANDING
1550.00 101-616321-53802-0000223 1821 36 ST 11841

1 151506 $99.44 08/03/17 01289 0 AMOCO OIL COMPANY OUTSTANDING
99.44 601-617364-52203-0000000 Credit Card Gasoline/#581 50904966-1

1 151507 $25.00 08/03/17 14934 0 BENJAMIN N CORLETT OUTSTANDING
25.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire w/e 7/30/17 073017

1 151508 $727.60 08/03/17 05754 0 BREEDLOVE'S SPORTING GOODS OUTSTANDING
727.60 901-356921-51405-6160795 Metro Youth Program shirts 31351

1 151509 $125.00 08/03/17 08283 0 BUDGET DRAIN & SEWER OUTSTANDING
125.00 506-619359-53806-2564000 slrp 1540 40 ST 9476

1 151510 $1000.00 08/03/17 16247 0 CHALKBITES LLC OUTSTANDING
1000.00 555-822601-56412-6281223 skinning/3d walk thru douglas 072417

1 151511 $19.99 08/03/17 14396 0 CITY OF MOLINE-MOLINE PUBLIC LIBRARY OUTSTANDING
19.99 251-000000-44188-0000000 L&P30050064226177 072517RIPL

1 151512 $34.99 08/03/17 14396 0 CITY OF MOLINE-MOLINE PUBLIC LIBRARY OUTSTANDING
34.99 251-000000-44188-0000000 L&P30067000794837 072717RIPL

1 151513 $198.25 08/03/17 13765 0 CLEAN SWEEP OF I & I LLC OUTSTANDING
198.25 601-617364-53822-0000000 June vehicle washes 103-0617

1 151514 $1171.00 08/03/17 02900 0 CLOVERLEAF TOOL COMPANY OUTSTANDING
1171.00 506-619346-52402-0000000 jetter hose 42364

1 151515 $2487.45 08/03/17 15887 0 CS TECHNOLOGIES, INC OUTSTANDING
5.02 101-119041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES AUGUST 2017
22.59 101-122041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
17.57 101-131041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
27.60 101-155041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
2.51 101-156103-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.06 101-211041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
7.53 101-212051-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
26.35 101-212056-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
1.25 101-212384-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.31 101-213061-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-213062-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
3.01 101-213063-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
1.76 101-213064-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
90.29 101-256081-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 11

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

13.35 101-311041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
10.04 101-312801-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
28.41 101-313811-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
0.60 101-313851-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
58.37 101-314881-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
35.13 101-411041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-411201-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
401.53 101-412206-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
60.23 101-413215-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
40.15 101-413216-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
40.15 101-413217-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-413227-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-414221-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-414222-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
35.13 101-414223-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
50.19 101-414226-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
10.04 101-414228-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
25.10 101-414229-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
50.19 101-414230-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-414235-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
230.88 101-451041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-452271-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
2.51 101-453281-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
2.51 101-453283-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-454273-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
46.43 101-611041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
10.04 101-612381-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
37.64 101-616041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
20.08 101-617041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.06 101-617111-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 101-617112-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
45.17 101-617371-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
40.15 211-356041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
1.86 242-311041-53204-6196710 TELEPHONE SERVICES
1.92 242-312801-53204-6196710 TELEPHONE SERVICES
7.07 242-313851-53204-6197710 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.21 242-314882-53204-6199710 TELEPHONE SERVICES
35.13 251-711041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
35.13 251-711401-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
30.11 251-712421-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.06 251-712431-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
50.19 251-713451-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
20.08 251-713471-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
20.08 251-714402-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
20.08 251-714403-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
12.55 501-618041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
57.72 501-618352-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
2.51 501-619041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
7.53 501-619356-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
40.15 506-618041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 12

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12.55 506-618343-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 506-619041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
2.51 506-619346-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 507-619041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 510-616041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
36.39 541-617041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
50.19 555-813501-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 555-813511-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.06 555-813521-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
25.10 555-818551-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 555-819614-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
35.13 555-822601-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
10.04 555-834751-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
30.11 555-835753-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 555-854701-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
30.11 555-855702-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
70.27 555-867564-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.06 601-617041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
15.06 601-617364-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
17.57 606-615041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
20.08 606-615091-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
57.72 606-615391-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 609-618369-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.02 621-157041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
2.26 621-157131-53204-0520000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
10.04 626-157041-53204-0000000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
12.80 626-157141-53204-0520000 TELEPHONE SERVICES
1.65 901-356921-53204-5332710 TELEPHONE SERVICES
5.01 905-356921-53204-0000740 TELEPHONE SERVICES
6.73 906-356921-53204-5323705 TELEPHONE SERVICES
3.36 906-356921-53204-6163706 TELEPHONE SERVICES

1 151516 $213.92 08/03/17 01141 0 D & K PRODUCTS OUTSTANDING
213.92 555-813521-52212-0000000 plex field chalk 0464208-IN

1 151517 $525.62 08/03/17 12025 0 DELUXE FOR BUSINESS INC. OUTSTANDING
525.62 601-617041-53502-0000000 Repairs/Weekly Schedule Forms 0068768654

1 151518 $131.75 08/03/17 00540 0 DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF ROCK ISLAND OUTSTANDING
131.75 251-711041-53401-0000000 GEN ADV SMR2017 MAG 4078

1 151519 $111.13 08/03/17 14363 1 EARTHGRAINS BAKING COMPANIES INC OUTSTANDING
85.10 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland bread 52258515858
26.03 555-855702-52501-0000000 saukie bread 52259114093

1 151520 $3.30 08/03/17 00613 0 ERIKSEN CHEVROLET BUICK OUTSTANDING
3.30 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001962 9629

1 151521 $769.90 08/03/17 09929 0 EUCLID BEVERAGE OF GALESBURG OUTSTANDING
578.10 555-835753-52503-0000000 highland beer W-344-861
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 13

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

191.80 555-855702-52503-0000000 saukie beer W-348-775

1 151522 $865.48 08/03/17 15016 0 FALEY ENTERPRISES INC OUTSTANDING
288.68 601-617364-52305-0000000 Batteries for PD Squads 11094747A
22.00- 601-617364-52305-0000000 Battery Core Credits 11094834
47.66 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001921 11095333
59.45 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001958 11096109
292.87 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001948 12068352
198.82 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001956 12068408

1 151523 $60.99 08/03/17 16253 0 FRANKLIN EQUALITIES INC OUTSTANDING
3.74 506-000000-44150-0000000 wastewater charges refund 11534-8 / 13887-6
57.25 510-000000-44177-0000000 trash pickup fee refund

1 151524 $145.00 08/03/17 15269 0 GILLESPIE AUTO ELECTRIC INC OUTSTANDING
20.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001953 89926
125.00 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001953

1 151525 $773.16 08/03/17 15561 0 GPS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. OUTSTANDING
630.00 555-835753-53905-0000000 highland gps lease 6311
143.16 555-835753-53905-0000000 highland repiars on gps units 8385

1 151526 $451.52 08/03/17 00365 0 GRAINGER OUTSTANDING
141.70 101-616041-51402-0000000 gloves 9499290915
59.50 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001940 9504737496
250.32 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001941 9505879826

1 151527 $5587.00 08/03/17 15606 0 HAHN READY MIX OUTSTANDING
1369.50 101-616301-52306-0000000 il dot 305591
4217.50 101-616301-52306-0000000 il dot 305880

1 151528 $29.85 08/03/17 00146 0 HANDY TRUE VALUE OUTSTANDING
4.60 601-617364-52305-0000000 Fasteners for #9215 B317354A
9.48 601-617364-52305-0000000 Elbows (returned) B317546
9.48- 601-617364-52305-0000000 Credit for returned elbows B317570
4.29 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001923 B317571
11.99 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001923
6.99 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001923
1.98 101-617371-52304-0000000 keys c318144

1 151529 $175.92 08/03/17 05859 0 HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS OUTSTANDING
98.94 101-617112-52401-0000000 Hand Tools 01254259
76.98 101-617112-52402-0000000 Power Tools

1 151530 $3071.94 08/03/17 04976 0 HENRY PRATT COMPANY OUTSTANDING
3071.94 501-618352-52303-0000000 mdt3s w yl 3586593

1 151531 $81.00 08/03/17 02905 0 HIGHLAND PACKING CO INC OUTSTANDING
81.00 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland food 220693
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 14

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151532 $1010.00 08/03/17 06155 0 HUNGRY HOBO OUTSTANDING
1010.00 555-818551-52501-0000000 wwj subs 071717

1 151533 $2.00 08/03/17 00162 0 ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY OUTSTANDING
2.00 621-157132-53602-0000000 IDES DC number 2017-02

1 151534 $200.00 08/03/17 00184 0 ILLINOIS STATE POLICE OUTSTANDING
200.00 101-155102-53112-0000000 June background checks 0630217BC

1 151535 $164.72 08/03/17 00199 0 INTERSTATE BATTERY OF THE QC OUTSTANDING
164.72 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001935 24136338

1 151536 $163.96 08/03/17 00235 0 KEIMS PAINT CENTER INC OUTSTANDING
81.98 501-619356-52302-0000000 hydrant paint supplies 66791
81.98 501-619356-52302-0000000 gloss base paint 66809

1 151537 $145.00 08/03/17 07348 0 KYMBYL KOMPLETE KARE INC. OUTSTANDING
145.00 251-714402-53805-0000000 STREET/LOT 30/31 1002830

1 151538 $145.00 08/03/17 07348 0 KYMBYL KOMPLETE KARE INC. OUTSTANDING
145.00 251-714402-53805-0000000 STREET/LOT 30/31 1002951

1 151539 $30.26 08/03/17 11010 0 LACHELLE GUY OUTSTANDING
30.26 901-356921-52216-6161000 Striders annual banquet refund 11010-080117

1 151540 $1895.00 08/03/17 16245 0 LAWRENCE DOORS LLC OUTSTANDING
1895.00 506-618341-53801-0000000 install garage door 14991

1 151541 $15301.63 08/03/17 15622 0 MANATT'S INC OUTSTANDING
267.75 501-619356-52306-0000000 il patch 860134
321.00 501-619356-52306-0000000 il dot 860474
372.00 501-619356-52306-0000000 flowable 860745
3105.00 101-616301-52306-0000000 i dot 861099
602.50 101-616301-52306-0000000 patch 861147
610.88 101-616301-52306-0000000 patch 861148
1955.00 101-616301-52306-0000000 i dot 862202
1035.00 101-616301-52306-0000000 i dot 863188
190.00 101-616301-52306-0000000 i dot 863190
3335.00 101-616301-52306-0000000 i dot 863534
3507.50 101-616301-52306-0000000 i dot 864192

1 151542 $5592.29 08/03/17 14583 0 MARICORP US LLC. OUTSTANDING
5592.29 621-157133-53602-0000000 Landing at Schwiebert 1051

1 151543 $25.00 08/03/17 15789 0 MATTHEW SEARS OUTSTANDING
25.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire w/e 7/30/17 073017

1 151544 $219.90 08/03/17 05685 0 MEDIACOM OUTSTANDING
219.90 101-256081-53803-0000000 INTERNET - PD 8384890010097049p
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 15

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151545 $693.30 08/03/17 00528 0 MENARDS INC OUTSTANDING
9.48 101-616301-52306-0000000 furring strips 83863
327.47 101-616301-52306-0000000 boards 84247
315.38 555-834751-52301-0000000 highland flags, end cap, coupl 84389
40.97 101-617111-52301-0000000 Anchor/Light Bulbs for CH 84415

1 151546 $130.54 08/03/17 16094 0 MICHAEL PHILHOWER OUTSTANDING
65.27 555-835753-53303-0000000 highland mileage 073117
65.27 555-855702-53303-0000000 saukie mileage

1 151547 $32.51 08/03/17 00560 0 MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CO OUTSTANDING
32.51 251-711401-53703-0000000 LT CHRGS DWNTWN 61917TO71917 47390-60014-7-17

1 151548 $665.02 08/03/17 02440 0 MIDWEST MAILWORKS INC OUTSTANDING
665.02 101-155041-53203-0000000 mail services 7/10 - 7/14 203458

1 151549 $375.03 08/03/17 02440 0 MIDWEST MAILWORKS INC OUTSTANDING
375.03 101-155041-53203-0000000 mail services 7/17 - 7/21 203609

1 151550 $273.00 08/03/17 00652 0 MOLINE DISPATCH PUBLISHING CO OUTSTANDING
273.00 222-451041-54301-0000000 subscription 4s 244927 2017

1 151551 $141.67 08/03/17 00152 1 NOTT COMPANY OUTSTANDING
141.67 501-618352-52305-0000000 connectors, tubing 2895396

1 151552 $415.84 08/03/17 11990 0 OFFICE DEPOT OUTSTANDING
119.92 101-611041-52101-0000000 3" binders 943622081001
295.92 101-611041-52101-0000000 5" binders 943622082001

1 151553 $311.49 08/03/17 04242 0 OREILLY AUTOMOTIVE INC OUTSTANDING
44.99 555-822621-52204-0000000 parks galtractrfl 0708-399534
8.44 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks rolls
101.34 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001920 0753-127761
13.86 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001916 0753-127798
28.68 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001924 0753-127972
8.99 555-822621-52305-0000000 ato 20 pro-p 0753-128158
11.48 555-822621-52305-0000000 parks copper lugs/batt cable 0753-128180
5.95 601-617364-52305-0000000 Vent diffuser 0753-128355
13.32 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001967 0753-128935
10.45 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001967
14.77 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001954 0753-128946
34.23 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001960 0753-128958
14.99 601-617364-52204-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001972 0753-129040

1 151554 $204.80 08/03/17 12863 0 PC MALL GOV INC. OUTSTANDING
204.80 101-256081-52406-0000223 DISPLAY PORT TO VGA ADAPTERS B03982530101

1 151555 $683.50 08/03/17 01067 0 PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP TPC OUTSTANDING
33.97 555-855702-52501-0000000 saukie food 5409003
54.72 555-855702-52509-0000000 saukie sofpull towel 5409004
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 16

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

170.79 555-835753-52509-0000000 highland cups, napkins, straws 5409005
424.02 555-835753-52501-0000000 highland food 5409006

1 151556 $563.50 08/03/17 04257 0 PHELPS OUTSTANDING
22.73 501-619041-53822-0000000 mats 0908927
13.25 501-613358-53901-0000000 uniforms
66.12 501-619041-53901-0000000 uniforms
22.73 501-619041-53822-0000000 mats 0910663
13.25 501-613358-53901-0000000 uniforms
66.12 501-619041-53901-0000000 uniforms
22.73 501-619041-53822-0000000 mats 0912397
13.25 501-613358-53901-0000000 uniforms
66.12 501-619041-53901-0000000 uniforms
22.73 501-619041-53822-0000000 mats 0914144
13.25 501-613358-53901-0000000 uniforms
66.12 501-619041-53901-0000000 uniforms
22.73 501-619041-53822-0000000 mats 0915912
13.25 501-613358-53901-0000000 uniforms
119.12 501-619041-53901-0000000 uniforms

1 151557 $3531.57 08/03/17 12842 1 PNC OUTSTANDING
3531.57 701-920041-53106-0000000 fee for quarter ending 06/30/1 15759154495106 18

1 151558 $110.63 08/03/17 00795 2 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC OUTSTANDING
110.63 555-834751-53822-0000000 highland tank 78203966

1 151559 $109.95 08/03/17 00834 0 QUAD CITY SAFETY INC OUTSTANDING
109.95 501-613358-51404-0000000 safety shoes - 740357

1 151560 $120.00 08/03/17 00891 0 RED WING SHOE STORE OUTSTANDING
120.00 501-619041-51404-0000000 safety shoes - B. Jacobs 10-764

1 151561 $2147.47 08/03/17 15586 0 RILCO FLUID CARE INC OUTSTANDING
931.06 101-616301-52306-0000000 tar asphalt remover 0288708
1159.26 555-822621-52204-0000000 parks rilco and drum deposit 0288965-IN
57.15 101-616041-52206-0000000 drum pump 0289216

1 151562 $99.51 08/03/17 08382 0 ROBERT DUYVEJONCK OUTSTANDING
49.75 555-835753-53303-0000000 highland mileage 073117
49.76 555-855702-53303-0000000 saukie mileage

1 151563 $25.00 08/03/17 10302 0 ROCK ISLAND COUNTY NAACP OUTSTANDING
25.00 251-713451-53110-0000000 COMMUNITY DAY/RESOURCE FAIR RIPL07252017

1 151564 $25.00 08/03/17 16201 0 RYNE BEADEL OUTSTANDING
25.00 555-813521-53112-0000000 plex umpire w/e7/30/17 073017

1 151565 $42.07 08/03/17 15634 0 SHOTTENKIRK INC OUTSTANDING
42.07 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001970 1660593
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 17

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 151566 $172.04 08/03/17 07760 0 SITEONE LANDSCAPE SUPPLY HOLDINGS, LLC OUTSTANDING
172.04 506-618341-52301-0000000 round up 81861472

1 151567 $6436.00 08/03/17 01532 0 SPECIALTY FLOORS INC OUTSTANDING
6436.00 555-867564-53801-0000000 rifac resurface floors 1510

1 151568 $740.49 08/03/17 01000 0 STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC OUTSTANDING
70.34 101-616301-52306-0000000 poly clear 1508058
52.48 101-616301-52306-0000000 duogard conc form release 1509155
57.48 101-616301-52306-0000000 tie wire, pliers 1509494
560.19 101-616301-52306-0000000 wicher powder, bits, deck-o-fo 1510660

1 151569 $366.00 08/03/17 16088 0 TRISTAR BENEFIT ADMINISTRATORS OUTSTANDING
366.00 626-157141-53104-0000000 Flex spending tri-star 0000123793

1 151570 $90.00 08/03/17 15757 0 TROY T RANGEL OUTSTANDING
90.00 555-813501-53110-5680000 starlight los macambos 8012017.001

1 151571 $112.32 08/03/17 00648 0 TWIN BRIDGES TRUCK CITY INC OUTSTANDING
60.71 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001968 486123
51.61 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001968

1 151572 $903.73 08/03/17 00649 0 U S CELLULAR OUTSTANDING
52.01 101-111041-53205-0000000 309-235-8156 0202111818
52.01 101-118041-53205-0000000 309-644-1570
36.82 224-413216-53205-0000000 309-737-2547
36.82 506-618041-53205-0000000 309-737-2709
52.01 101-113041-53205-0000000 309-737-3226
36.82 501-618041-53205-0000000 309-737-7575
52.01 101-115041-53205-0000000 309-738-3416
52.01 101-117041-53205-0000000 309-738-4569
36.82 224-413216-53205-0000000 309-738-8379
36.82 224-413216-53205-0000000 309-738-8741
36.82 501-619041-53205-0000000 309-912-4468
36.82 101-412206-53205-0000000 309-912-4489
36.82 101-412206-53205-0000000 309-912-4502
36.82 501-619041-53205-0000000 309-912-6458
36.04 555-822601-53205-0000000 309-373-2973 0202224669
26.99 506-618041-53204-0000000 309-737-5028
10.42 251-711401-53205-0000000 309-738-1765
15.05 251-711401-53205-0000000 309-738-5602
10.99 541-617041-53205-0000000 309-738-9734
26.99 506-618041-53204-0000000 309-787-0337
26.99 506-618041-53204-0000000 309-787-3149
12.05 555-813541-53205-5683000 309-912-4472
12.39 555-813541-53205-5683000 309-912-4473
20.29 101-413215-53205-0000000 309-912-4497
10.51 101-452271-53205-0000000 309-912-4504
31.80 101-454273-53205-0000000 309-912-4507
12.62 101-454273-53205-0000000 309-912-4508
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 18

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

33.29 101-454273-53205-0000000 309-912-4509
15.46 101-616041-53205-0000000 309-912-5541
10.42 101-454273-53205-0000000 309-912-5845

1 151573 $12.46 08/03/17 00792 0 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE OUTSTANDING
7.24 606-615041-53301-0000000 eng 0000643706307
5.22 601-617364-53302-0000000 fleet

1 151574 $9030.31 08/03/17 01822 1 UNITY POINT HEALTH OUTSTANDING
4005.11 101-256081-53822-5229000 IMAGE TREND MAINT FEES 2015 6020IN1228
5025.20 101-256081-53822-5229000 IMAGE TREND MAINT FEES 2016

1 151575 $15272.71 08/03/17 05878 0 US BANK - FIRE PENSION OUTSTANDING
15272.71 701-000000-10303-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 151576 $1805.00 08/03/17 05716 0 US BANK TRUST SERVICES OUTSTANDING
902.50 701-920041-53107-0000000 Fire Pen Fee 04/01/17-06/30/17 10539194
902.50 706-930041-53107-0000000 Poli Pen Fee 04/01/17-06/30/17 10539263

1 151577 $22804.01 08/03/17 05912 0 US BANK-POLICE PENSION OUTSTANDING
22804.01 706-000000-10303-0000000 PAYROLL FOR - 080417 080417 PAYROLL

1 151578 $640.23 08/03/17 11026 0 VERIZON WIRELESS OUTSTANDING
62.09 101-616041-53205-0000000 309-230-0176 9789375299
72.68 101-114041-53205-0000000 309-230-5443
62.68 101-112041-53205-0000000 309-428-0090
62.68 101-116041-53205-0000000 309-428-1011
38.01 101-616041-53205-0000000 309-428-5150
38.01 101-256081-53205-0000000 309-429-0086
38.01 101-411041-53205-0000000 309-429-0299
38.01 555-835753-53205-0000000 309-429-1039
38.01 555-835753-53205-0000000 309-429-1084
38.01 101-256081-53205-0000000 309-798-0286
38.01 101-411041-53205-0000000 309-798-0291
38.01 101-412208-53205-0000000 309-798-0292
38.01 101-411201-53205-0000000 309-798-0298
38.01 101-414223-53205-0000000 309-798-0308

1 151579 $150.00 08/03/17 08904 0 VICTORY STORE OUTSTANDING
150.00 555-822601-56412-6281223 douglas 9 slides D200

1 151580 $720.00 08/03/17 11398 1 WQAD-TV OUTSTANDING
220.00 555-855702-53401-0000000 saukie ads 473370-3
500.00 555-818551-53401-0000000 wwj ads 506574-3

1 151581 $173.25 08/03/17 01436 0 ZIMMERMAN INC OUTSTANDING
173.25 601-617364-52305-0000000 FLEET-2017-0001927 103358

TOTAL # OF ISSUED CHECKS: 95 TOTAL AMOUNT: 132993.78
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 19

010 CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
CHECK REGISTER
DATE RANGE: 08/03/17 - 08/03/17
CHECK
BANK CHECK # CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR # ADDRS # VENDOR NAME STATUS
WO # AMOUNT G/L ACCT # DESCRIPTION INVOICE # INV VEND
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TOTAL # OF VOIDED/REISSUED CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL # OF ACH CHECKS: 77 TOTAL AMOUNT: 224038.89

TOTAL # OF UNISSUED CHECKS: 0
REPORT: CHECKREG GENERATED: 05 FEB 15 19:33 RUN: THURSDAY AUG032017 09:20 PAGE 20

FUND TOTALS
-----------

FUND FUND NAME ISSUED TOTAL VOIDED/REISSUED TOTAL
------ ------------------------------ --------------- ----------------------

051 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 79,708.89 0.00
101 GENERAL FUND 98,306.04 0.00
201 TIF #1 DOWNTOWN 1,686.50 0.00
211 M L KING CENTER 531.74 0.00
222 FOREIGN FIRE INSURANCE 535.24 0.00
224 STATE DRUG PREVENTION 110.46 0.00
242 COMM DEV BLOCK GRANT 393.04 0.00
251 PUBLIC LIBRARY 1,471.04 0.00
501 WATER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE 8,473.13 0.00
506 WASTEWATER OPER & MAINTENANCE 26,933.04 0.00
507 STORMWATER UTILITY 7,819.02 0.00
510 SOLID WASTE 62.27 0.00
541 SUNSET MARINA 785.87 0.00
555 PARK & RECREATION 41,795.51 0.00
584 CIRLF LOAN FUND 10.32 0.00
601 FLEET SERVICES 26,975.09 0.00
606 ENGINEERING 102.61 0.00
609 HYDROELECTRIC PLANT 5.02 0.00
621 SELF-INSURANCE 15,193.71 0.00
626 EMPLOYEE HEALTH PLAN 946.23 0.00
701 FIRE PENSION 20,706.78 0.00
706 POLICE PENSION 23,706.51 0.00
901 MLK ACTIVITY 759.51 0.00
905 IL DCFS 5.01 0.00
906 DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES 10.09 0.00

================ ================
TOTAL - 357,032.67 0.00

Steve Fitzsimmons
101 General Fund 111 1st Ward August 4, 2017 through
201 TIF #1 Downtown 112 2nd Ward August 10, 2017
202 TIF #2 South 11th Street 113 3rd Ward Total: $634,484.67
203 TIF #3 North 11th Street 114 4th Ward
204 TIF #4 Jumer’s Casino Rock Island 115 5th Ward
205 TIF #5 Columbia Park 116 6th Ward
206 TIF #6 NE 1280/Parkway 117 7th Ward
207 Community/Economic Development 118 Mayor
208 TIF #7 20th Street/1st Ave 119 Mayor/Council Administration
209 TIF #8 Watchtower 122 General Administration
210 Public Benefits 123 Legal Services
211 MLK Center 131 City Clerk
212 MLK Facility Improvement 155 Personnel Administration
221 Motor Fuel Tax 156 Personnel Services
222 Foreign Fire Insurance 157 Insurance
223 Riverboat Gaming 211 Finance Administration
224 State Drug Prevention 212 Customer Service
225 DUI Fine Law 213 Accounting Services
226 Court Supervision 256 Information Technology
227 Crime Laboratory 311 Community/Economic Dev. Admin.
241 US Department of Justice Grant 312 Economic Development
242 Community Development Block Grant 313 Planning/Redevelopment
243 Federal Drug Prevention 314 Inspection
245 Schwiebert Park Boat Dock 356 MLK Community Center
246 Ridgewood Business Parks 411 Police Administration
251 Public Library 412 Field Operations Bureau
271 Honor Guard Contributions 413 Criminal Investigation Bureau
272 DARE 414 Administrative/Technical Services Bureau
273 Police Contributions 451 Fire Administration
274 Elderly Service Contributions 452 Fire Emergency Services
275 RI Auxiliary Police 453 Fire Protective Inspect
276 RI Labor Day Parade 454 Ambulance
277 ESO Christmas Tour 611 Public Works Administration
278 Adopt a School 612 Motor Vehicle Parking System
282 LEAD Grant 613 Water Meter Services
301 Capital Improvements 615 Engineering
405 Debt Service 616 Municipal Services
501 Water Operation & Maintenance 617 Fleet Services
502 Water Capital 2010A BAB’S 618 Utility Services
506 Wastewater Operation & Maint. 619 Utility Maintenance
507 Stormwater Utility 711 Library Administration
508 Wastewater Capital 2010A BAB’S 712 Library Information Services
541 Sunset Marina 713 Library Circulation
555 Park & Recreation 714 Library Extension
581 CDBG Loan Programs 811 Park/Rec Administration
582 State Affordable Housing 813 Recreation
583 Comm/Econ Dev. Loans 818 Whitewater Aquatic Center
584 CIRLF Loan Fund 819 Schwiebert Riverfront Park
585 MPF Endowment Loans 822 Parks
586 Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund 834 Highland Golf Maintenance
601 Fleet Services 835 Highland Clubhouse
602 Fleet Amortization 846 Golf Pro Shop
606 Engineering 854 Saukie Golf Maintenance
609 Hydroelectric Plant 855 Saukie Clubhouse
621 Self Insurance 867 RIFAC
626 Employee Health Plan 891 Donations P/R Admin
701 Fire Pension 892 Donations Parks
706 Police Pension 893 Donations REC Programs
711 Cafeteria Plan 894 Donations Golf Maintenance
712 Loan Escrow 895 Donations Highland/Saukie Clubhouse
831 GASB 34 897 Donations RIFAC
901 MLK Activity 899 Donations Riverfront Park
906 Dept. of Human Services 910 Police/Fire Commission
907 MLK Capital Contributions 920 Fire Pension
950 Public Library Foundation 930 Police Pension
940 Cafeteria Plan
Payroll Expense Posting Report
Period Covering: 7/17/17-7/30/17
Pay Date: 8/4/17
FUND Fund Name AMOUNT
101 General Fund $1,024,433.44
201 TIF District #1 Dwntwn $2,377.39
203 TIF District #3 N 11 St $586.50
204 TIF Jumers Casino RI $285.86
205 TIF Columbia Park $160.90
211 ML King Center $7,325.47
224 PD Trash Survey $2,468.35
242 Comm Dev Block Grant $15,796.46
251 Library $63,073.97
501 Water $68,955.11
506 Wastewater $59,469.53
507 Stormwater $21,949.94
510 Refuse $27,501.31
541 Sunset Marina $5,402.70
555 Park & Recreation $131,110.14
601 Fleet Services $35,459.49
606 Engineering $44,219.19
609 Hydropower Plant $5,103.69
621 Self-Insurance $3,348.36
626 Employee Health Ins $1,435.81
901 MLK Activity Fund $9,682.69
905 MLK DCFS Fund $3,958.20
906 MLK DHS Fund $8,633.02
$1,542,737.52
City of Rock Island
ACH Report
07/01/2017-07/31/2017

Post Date Reference Additional Reference Amount
7/11/2017 IEPA IEPA Loan Payment $479,242.09
7/19/2017 IEPA IEPA Loan Payment $324,729.04
IEPA Total $803,971.13
7/13/2017 IL Dept of Revenue Sales Tax Payment $7,372.00
7/19/2017 IL Dept of Revenue Electricity Excise Tax Payment $5,028.02
IL Dept of Revenue Total $12,400.02
7/25/2017 JP MORGAN CHASE CO Purchase Card Payment $54,787.16
JP MORGAN CHASE CO Total $54,787.16
7/3/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $4,089.91
7/10/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $4,182.62
7/14/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $513.00
7/17/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $2,770.53
7/19/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $718.95
7/20/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $212.22
7/21/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $527.99
7/24/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $1,795.33
7/25/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $443.09
7/26/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $1,337.32
7/27/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $725.90
7/31/2017 PayFlex Retiree Health Claims $1,268.35
PayFlex Total $18,585.21
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $165.00
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $180.21
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $125.93
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $232.88
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $5.14
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $655.99
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $602.95
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $10.45
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $24.25
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $3,900.29
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $37.90
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $150.67
7/5/2017 PAYMENTECH Fees for Processing Credit Cards $35.00
PAYMENTECH Total $6,126.66
7/7/2017 Payroll Related Payroll Fed Withholding $214,898.32
7/7/2017 Payroll Related OK Child Support $23.07
7/10/2017 Payroll Related IA CHILD SUPPORT $816.44
7/10/2017 Payroll Related Payroll IL Withholding $31,556.81
7/19/2017 Payroll Related Payroll IA Withholding $1,757.00
7/21/2017 Payroll Related Payroll IL Withholding $41,979.35
7/21/2017 Payroll Related Payroll Fed Withholding $216,713.51
7/21/2017 Payroll Related OK Child Support $23.07
7/24/2017 Payroll Related IA CHILD SUPPORT $816.44
7/28/2017 Payroll Related Payroll Fed Withholding - Special Check $215.89
7/31/2017 Payroll Related Payroll IL Withholding - Special Check $50.48
Payroll Related Total $508,850.38
7/6/2017 Pension Related Real Estate Tax Disbursement - Fire Pension $970,458.55
7/6/2017 Pension Related Real Estate Tax Disbursement - Police Pension $1,018,412.03
Pension Related Total $1,988,870.58
7/7/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $127.50
7/17/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $25.50
7/18/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $196.00
7/19/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $98.00
7/20/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $147.00
7/21/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $102.00
7/24/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $102.00
7/25/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $102.00
7/25/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $28.00
7/26/2017 Recording Fees RI Expedite Account Fees $74.50
Recording Fees Total $1,002.50
7/6/2017 TRISTAR RISK MGT Sec 125 Reimbursement $1,304.10
7/11/2017 TRISTAR RISK MGT Sec 125 Reimbursement $1,063.90
7/19/2017 TRISTAR RISK MGT Sec 125 Reimbursement $2,060.52
7/26/2017 TRISTAR RISK MGT Sec 125 Reimbursement $1,134.85
TRISTAR RISK MGT Total $5,563.37
Grand Total $3,400,157.01
City of Rock Island
Purchase Card Report
06/27/17-07/26/17

Date Vendor Description Account Amount
06/30/2017 4TE*IDPH EMS HWYSAFETY license renewal 101-454273-54206-0000000 40.00
06/30/2017 4TE*IDPH EMS HWYSAFETY license renewal 101-454273-54206-0000000 1.00
4TE*IDPH EMS HWYSAFETY Total 41.00
07/20/2017 4TE*ILST FIRE MARSHAL Cert of operation - annual renewal 506-618341-53801-0000000 75.00
07/20/2017 4TE*ILST FIRE MARSHAL Cert of operation - annual renewal 506-618341-53801-0000000 70.00
4TE*ILST FIRE MARSHAL Total 145.00
07/20/2017 4TE*ILST FIREMARSLSFEE fee for using purchase card 506-618341-53801-0000000 1.76
07/20/2017 4TE*ILST FIREMARSLSFEE fee for using purchase card 506-618341-53801-0000000 1.65
4TE*ILST FIREMARSLSFEE Total 3.41
07/19/2017 A & A HYDRAULIC REPAIR highland grease guns 555-834751-52401-0000000 89.53
A & A HYDRAULIC REPAIR Total 89.53
07/12/2017 ACDELCO ACDELCO TIS-Comp subscription 601-617041-54303-0000000 3,125.00
ACDELCO ACDELCO Total 3,125.00
07/17/2017 ACT CTYOFBETTENDORF adv camp field trip 555-813531-53110-0000000 258.00
07/17/2017 ACT CTYOFBETTENDORF adv camp field trip 555-813531-53110-0000000 6.00
ACT CTYOFBETTENDORF Total 264.00
07/17/2017 ACT*NEOGOV - USER CONF Neogov conference 101-15041-51502-0000000 500.00
ACT*NEOGOV - USER CONF Total 500.00
07/07/2017 ALTORFER INC. oil analysis 506-618341-53804-0000000 54.22
ALTORFER INC. Total 54.22
07/26/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS parks hydraulic pump 555-822621-52305-0000000 429.00
07/24/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS highland cleaner filters air filters 555-835753-52207-0000000 32.00
07/24/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS flash drives 101-411041-52101-0000000 156.76
07/19/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS rifac protein shakes 555-867564-52502-6225000 50.00
07/19/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS rifac coffee creamer 555-867564-52502-6225000 13.91
07/18/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS rifac coffee creamer 555-867564-52502-6225000 16.98
07/12/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/12/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/11/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS COMP EQUIP DWNTWN 251-711401-52406-0000000 46.04
07/11/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - AS 251-713451-54305-0000000 29.98
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 5.00
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 19.52
07/10/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB MAT - RIP 251-713451-54305-0000000 4.99
07/06/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS highland chairs 555-835753-52405-0000000 83.85
06/30/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS rec cafe amoroso coffee urn 555-813501-52212-0000000 89.95
06/28/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS rifac coffee creamer 555-867564-52502-6225000 13.91
06/28/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS flash drives 101-411041-52101-0000000 79.98
06/28/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS highland merch bag 555-835753-52212-0000000 21.80
06/28/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS rifac protein shakes 555-867564-52502-6225000 50.00
06/27/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS usb flash drives 101-411041-52101-0000000 191.53
06/27/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS LIB OUTREACH EVENTS 251-711041-54501-0000000 83.95
06/27/2017 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS rifac coffee 555-867564-52502-6225000 16.98
AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Total 1,481.04
07/04/2017 AMAZON WEB SERVICES GIS AWS-JUNE 2017 101-256091-53822-0000223 1,062.14
AMAZON WEB SERVICES Total 1,062.14
07/26/2017 AMAZON.COM toner carts 101-411041-52101-0000000 326.16
07/25/2017 AMAZON.COM practice indoor golf balls 555-867566-52212-6204000 79.96
07/12/2017 AMAZON.COM highland orange flagging tape 555-835753-52212-0000000 4.62
06/27/2017 AMAZON.COM SPLS EDU - AS PRGRM REF 251-713451-52211-0000000 87.09
AMAZON.COM Total 497.83
07/17/2017 AMER LIB ASSOC-IMIS DUES A CAMPBELL ALA RNWL 251-711041-54402-0000000 210.00
AMER LIB ASSOC-IMIS Total 210.00
07/03/2017 ASSEMBLED PRODUCTS COR rachet handles 601-617364-52305-0000000 97.18
ASSEMBLED PRODUCTS COR Total 97.18
07/24/2017 AT&T*BILL PAYMENT tsa data (66.68%) 606-615091-53205-0000000 73.13
07/24/2017 AT&T*BILL PAYMENT storm data (33.32%) 507-619041-53205-0000000 36.55
AT&T*BILL PAYMENT Total 109.68
07/10/2017 AZTECA SYSTEMS INC cityworks training registration for Megan Baker 606-615041-51502-0000000 2,400.00
AZTECA SYSTEMS INC Total 2,400.00
07/11/2017 B & B DRAIN TECH MLK water damage expense 211-356041-53807-0000000 185.00
B & B DRAIN TECH Total 185.00
07/19/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST highland hardware 555-834751-52301-0000000 5.00
07/13/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST Split - plex wd40 lube (48%) 555-813521-52209-0000000 5.99
07/13/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST Split - plex CLR cleaner (52%) 555-813521-52206-0000000 6.49
07/12/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST highland pink flags 555-834751-52301-0000000 9.99
07/11/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST flex shot, expand foam 507-619348-52301-0000000 15.96
07/11/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST fine concrete 507-619348-52306-0000000 5.09
07/10/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST duct tape 101-451291-52305-0000000 28.47
06/30/2017 B AND B DO IT BEST intown fields cord wheel, cotton twine to mark fields 555-822601-52212-6268000 14.48
B AND B DO IT BEST Total 91.47
07/06/2017 BHC-PACE Randy Office/Excel Training 242-313851-51502-6197710 469.00
BHC-PACE Total 469.00
06/28/2017 BLUE SPRINGS FORD returned manifold asy 601-617364-52305-0000000 -305.19
BLUE SPRINGS FORD Total -305.19
07/10/2017 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC amb supplies 101-454273-52214-0000000 83.16
07/03/2017 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC amb supplies 101-454273-52214-0000000 586.88
06/28/2017 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC amb supplies 101-454273-52214-0000000 3,242.68
BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC Total 3,912.72
07/24/2017 BURRIS EQUIPMENT CO-FR saukie repair kit 555-854701-52305-0000000 297.44
BURRIS EQUIPMENT CO-FR Total 297.44
07/24/2017 CABANAS Tut Cities Entertainment rental 901-356921-53904-6292000 200.00
CABANAS Total 200.00
07/19/2017 CBT NUGGETS Diaz - Subscription Renewal 101-256081-51502-0000000 999.00
CBT NUGGETS Total 999.00
07/13/2017 CENTRAL POOL SUPPLY Split - rifac titrating tay 2 (4.59%) 555-867564-52218-0000000 13.65
07/13/2017 CENTRAL POOL SUPPLY Split - wwj pp cond 45# (50.06%) 555-818551-52218-0000000 149.00
07/13/2017 CENTRAL POOL SUPPLY Split - schwiebert tabs wrapped (45.36%) 555-819614-52217-0000000 135.00
06/30/2017 CENTRAL POOL SUPPLY wwj pp cond 45# 555-818551-52218-0000000 149.00
CENTRAL POOL SUPPLY Total 446.65
07/10/2017 CITY LIMITS SALOON Business lunch with Ald Tollenaer 101-122041-54401-0000000 30.47
CITY LIMITS SALOON Total 30.47
07/10/2017 CLEAN SWEEP CARWASH - clean city vehicle 555-813501-53906-0000000 30.48
CLEAN SWEEP CARWASH - Total 30.48
07/13/2017 COLMAN FLORIST & GREEN flowers for chuck austin 555-811041-54401-0000000 248.00
COLMAN FLORIST & GREEN Total 248.00
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, Mn 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, Mn 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for event in St Paul, MN 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, MN 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, MN 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, Mn 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, Mn 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program loding for an event in St Paul Mn 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, MN 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, MN 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
07/17/2017 COMFORT INNS Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul, Mn 901-356921-54401-6160795 270.94
COMFORT INNS Total 2,980.34
07/06/2017 CONNEY SAFETY rifac cold packs 555-867564-52214-0000000 131.04
CONNEY SAFETY Total 131.04
07/19/2017 CRI*CRUNCHYROLL MEMBER DBASE - YA ANIMAE STREAM 251-712421-53823-0000000 6.95
CRI*CRUNCHYROLL MEMBER Total 6.95
07/12/2017 CULLIGAN OF QUAD CITIE Culligan water dispenser rental 211-356941-53801-0000000 25.99
CULLIGAN OF QUAD CITIE Total 25.99
07/07/2017 CUSHMAN MOTOR COMPANY parks diaphragm 555-822621-52305-0000000 27.86
CUSHMAN MOTOR COMPANY Total 27.86
07/07/2017 CVS/PHARMACY #08656 rubbing alcohol 101-451295-52206-0000000 8.08
06/27/2017 CVS/PHARMACY #08656 rubbing alcohol 101-451291-52206-0000000 32.32
CVS/PHARMACY #08656 Total 40.40
07/06/2017 DIGILOCK rifac locks for lockers 555-867564-52410-0000000 1,239.01
DIGILOCK Total 1,239.01
07/19/2017 DIGITECINTE Fingerprint training 101-414223-51502-0000000 25.00
DIGITECINTE Total 25.00
07/26/2017 DISCOUNTMUGS.COM promotional handouts 101-454273-54501-0000000 421.00
DISCOUNTMUGS.COM Total 421.00
07/07/2017 DOG POOP BAGS .COM parks poop bags 555-822601-52212-0000000 79.51
DOG POOP BAGS .COM Total 79.51
07/21/2017 DOLLAR TREE Summer Day Camp recreational supplies 901-356921-52216-5334000 5.20
07/20/2017 DOLLAR TREE RI Striders Track annual meeting 901-356921-52216-6161000 44.00
07/03/2017 DOLLAR TREE RWB pinwheel, flag display 555-819615-53112-6139000 71.00
DOLLAR TREE Total 120.20
07/21/2017 DOLLAR-GENERAL #3057 CREDIT MEMO FOR TAX CHARGED - SPLS EDU CR 251-713471-52211-0000000 -0.31
07/17/2017 DOLLAR-GENERAL #3057 SPLS EDU CR CREDIT 251-713471-52211-0000000 3.96
DOLLAR-GENERAL #3057 Total 3.65
07/24/2017 DOLLAR-GENERAL #4112 Community Meeting 211-356041-54401-0000000 13.02
07/20/2017 DOLLAR-GENERAL #4112 SUBJECT NOTEBOOKS 506-618343-52103-0000000 2.52
07/10/2017 DOLLAR-GENERAL #4112 Summer Day Camp recreational supplies 901-356921-52212-5334000 4.34
06/28/2017 DOLLAR-GENERAL #4112 Garbage bags for Summer Day Camp 901-356921-52207-5334607 22.84
DOLLAR-GENERAL #4112 Total 42.72
07/19/2017 DREAMSTIME.COM dreamstime stock photography 555-813501-53401-0000000 34.99
07/17/2017 DREAMSTIME.COM dreamstime stock photography 555-813501-53401-0000000 33.99
07/17/2017 DREAMSTIME.COM dreamstime stock photography 555-813501-53401-0000000 1.00
DREAMSTIME.COM Total 69.98
06/29/2017 DRURY INN Alderson 6/25-6/27/17 101-414223-51502-0000000 158.20
DRURY INN Total 158.20
06/29/2017 ETR ASSOCIATES MLK water damage expenses 211-356041-53807-0000000 615.92
ETR ASSOCIATES Total 615.92
07/03/2017 FACEBK *66TSUC25Z2 WWJ Facebook ads 555-818551-53401-0000000 189.95
FACEBK *66TSUC25Z2 Total 189.95
07/03/2017 FACEBK *C8W8MCA3C2 GEN ADV - FOUND 251-711041-53401-0000716 14.87
FACEBK *C8W8MCA3C2 Total 14.87
07/25/2017 FAMILY DOLLAR #10563 adv crafts 555-813531-52212-0000000 2.55
FAMILY DOLLAR #10563 Total 2.55
07/24/2017 FAMILY DOLLAR #1452 Snacks during Summer Camp 901-356921-52216-5334000 38.93
FAMILY DOLLAR #1452 Total 38.93
07/07/2017 FIBERSTORE J9151A Transceiver - 10 101-256081-52406-0000223 200.00
FIBERSTORE Total 200.00
07/24/2017 FIRE DEPT TRAINING NET Annual Membership 101-452271-54402-0000000 240.00
FIRE DEPT TRAINING NET Total 240.00
06/29/2017 FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS ADJ pump 101-452271-52305-0000000 28.30
FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS Total 28.30
07/25/2017 GIH*GLOBALINDUSTRIALEQ master key deadbolt locks 555-867564-52301-0000000 122.56
07/21/2017 GIH*GLOBALINDUSTRIALEQ rifac master key 555-867564-52301-0000000 21.66
GIH*GLOBALINDUSTRIALEQ Total 144.22
07/26/2017 GREATMATSCOM CORP rifac gym mats 555-867561-52212-0000000 417.00
GREATMATSCOM CORP Total 417.00
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW p trap, ext tube, unions 501-618352-52303-0000000 29.96
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW return unions 501-618352-52303-0000000 -6.98
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW parks composite shim 555-822601-52301-0000000 4.58
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rifac grouting sponge, rubber float 555-867564-52401-0000000 25.98
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW finish sander 501-618352-52402-0000000 39.99
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - parks hardware (28.14%) 555-822601-52301-0000000 6.38
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - parks masonry bit (71.86%) 555-822601-52209-0000000 16.29
07/26/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW plumbing supplies 501-618352-52303-0000000 1.98
07/25/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW copper tubing 501-618352-52303-0000000 11.65
07/25/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW longview restroom 555-822601-52301-0000000 10.99
07/25/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rifac CLR cleaner 555-867564-52206-0000000 27.96
07/24/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW bball net ties 555-822601-52212-0000000 16.97
07/24/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW drain kit, tubing, hose 501-618352-52303-0000000 79.94
07/21/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW douglas weed eater 555-822601-52401-5288000 20.99
07/21/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW cord clip/adhes strip, tower fan 555-813501-52405-0000000 47.97
07/21/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW parks keys 555-822601-52301-0000000 4.95
07/20/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW douglas playground pvc caps 555-822601-56412-6281223 8.49
07/20/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW air conditioner 506-618343-52305-0000000 319.00
07/20/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW trimmer line (44.44%) 541-617591-53801-0000000 15.99
07/20/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW weed/grass killer (55.56%) 541-617591-52219-0000000 19.99
07/20/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW paint supplies 501-618352-52301-0000000 143.38
07/20/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW trim line, oil 609-618369-52301-0000000 38.33
07/20/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW wwj cleaner and wipes 555-818551-52206-0000000 16.48
07/19/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rifac glass fuse 555-867564-52304-0000000 2.29
07/19/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW hort spike nails 555-822611-52301-0000000 38.97
07/18/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW douglas playground paint, and concrete 555-822601-56412-6281223 25.45
07/18/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - cannons threadlocker (25.19%) 555-822601-52209-0000000 7.49
07/18/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - cannons hardware (74.81%) 555-822601-52301-0000000 22.24
07/18/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW screw driver set, wrench set (58.35%) 501-619356-52401-0000000 46.98
07/18/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW cleaning supplies (41.65%) 501-619041-52206-0000000 33.54
07/17/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rec keys 555-813501-52101-0000000 3.99
07/14/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rifac push button 555-867564-52304-0000000 5.49
07/14/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rec tower fan 555-813501-52405-0000000 39.99
07/14/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW SPLS ADHESIVS DWNTOWN 251-711401-52209-0000000 15.47
07/14/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW detergent 501-619041-52206-0000000 9.31
07/13/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW weed killer (54.41%) 541-617591-52219-0000000 30.98
07/13/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW spray paint (45.59%) 541-617591-52302-0000000 25.96
07/13/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - rifac sponge mop (28.6%) 555-867564-52206-0000000 23.98
07/13/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - douglas playground project concrete (71.4%) 555-822601-56412-6281223 59.88
07/13/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW plex hardware 555-813521-52206-0000000 6.98
07/12/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW wwj cleaner, dust pan, broom 555-818551-52206-0000000 59.11
07/12/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW zep sweep compound 501-618352-52206-0000000 46.96
07/12/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Rope clamp 101-452271-52305-0000000 9.17
07/11/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW adv camp bug spray, first aid kit, paracord 555-813531-52212-0000000 45.95
07/11/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rifac scour pads and cleaners 555-867564-52206-0000000 24.97
07/11/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW oil dri, fasteners 501-618352-52305-0000000 35.78
07/10/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW adv camp tarp cover, sisal twine 555-813531-52212-0000000 16.78
07/10/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW weed killer (63.3%) 541-617591-52219-0000000 39.98
07/10/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW extension bar (16.93%) 541-617591-52301-0000000 10.69
07/10/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW barrel bolt (19.78%) 541-617591-52301-0000000 12.49
07/10/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW batteries 501-618352-52103-0000000 29.98
07/07/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - rifac drill bit (58.7%) 555-867564-52209-0000000 4.89
07/07/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - rifac hardware (41.3%) 555-867564-52301-0000000 3.44
07/03/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW wwj insect sprayer 555-818551-52212-0000000 25.96
07/03/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW plex command hook, padlock 555-813521-52206-0000000 18.48
06/30/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW wwj pine sol cleaner 555-818551-52206-0000000 27.98
06/30/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW rifac batteries 555-867564-52103-0000000 4.99
06/29/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW parks sand adhesive dis 555-822601-52209-0000000 9.38
06/29/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW tie downs 501-618352-52304-0000000 17.99
06/29/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW plex 555-813521-52206-0000000 7.98
06/29/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW brakleen cleaner, starting fluid 501-619356-52204-0000000 20.76
06/28/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW bandshell holes - test plug 555-822601-52301-0000000 20.97
06/27/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - SPLS AGRI DWNTWN (34.88%) 251-711401-52201-0000000 14.99
06/27/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - PAINT SPLS DWNTWN (51.18%) 251-711401-52219-0000000 21.99
06/27/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Split - CHEM PEST HERB DWNTWN (13.94%) 251-711401-52302-0000000 5.99
06/27/2017 HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW clothesline, sash cord, ties 506-618351-52301-0000000 50.46
HANDY TRUE VALUE HARDW Total 1,888.36
07/13/2017 HOBAR TS CYCLE AND SOU saukie repair 555-854701-52305-0000000 512.00
HOBAR TS CYCLE AND SOU Total 512.00
07/24/2017 HOLIDAY INNS DCFS Financial Literacy Training of Trainers 905-356921-51502-0000740 175.08
HOLIDAY INNS Total 175.08
07/26/2017 HY VEE 1415 DFCS parent cafe meeting 905-356921-52216-0000640 26.99
07/24/2017 HY VEE 1415 highland hot dog buns 555-835753-52501-0000000 13.90
07/17/2017 HY VEE 1415 highland food 555-835753-52501-0000000 36.35
07/17/2017 HY VEE 1415 adv camp charking ignite, lighter, chef locking 555-813531-52212-0000000 26.16
07/12/2017 HY VEE 1415 coffee 101-411041-52216-0000000 34.79
07/11/2017 HY VEE 1415 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 56.14
07/07/2017 HY VEE 1415 plex hot dog buns 555-813521-52501-0000000 19.46
HY VEE 1415 Total 213.79
07/26/2017 HY VEE 1416 MOLINE POSTAGE - ILL 251-713451-53201-0000000 2.50
HY VEE 1416 MOLINE Total 2.50
07/26/2017 HY VEE 1549 starlight ice cream and pies 555-813501-52501-5680000 143.79
07/24/2017 HY VEE 1549 Interdepartmental meeting refreshments 101-611041-52216-0000000 33.93
07/24/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 13.04
07/24/2017 HY VEE 1549 stamps 555-811041-53201-0000000 1.19
07/21/2017 HY VEE 1549 stamps 555-811041-53201-0000000 7.20
07/21/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - rec cupcakes & monster (61.56%) 555-813501-52216-0000000 15.98
07/21/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - highland baby powder (38.44%) 555-835753-52212-0000000 9.98
07/21/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 14.46
07/20/2017 HY VEE 1549 wwj water 555-818551-52502-0000000 9.98
07/20/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 8.00
07/20/2017 HY VEE 1549 returned tostados wwj 555-818551-52501-0000000 -7.96
07/20/2017 HY VEE 1549 wwj food 555-818551-52501-0000000 37.17
07/20/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - saukie food (48.87%) 555-855702-52501-0000000 42.92
07/20/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - highland food (51.13%) 555-835753-52501-0000000 44.91
07/19/2017 HY VEE 1549 Food for Coucil Goal Setting Sessions 101-119041-52216-0000000 154.00
07/19/2017 HY VEE 1549 starlight ice cream and pie 555-813501-52501-5680000 148.05
07/18/2017 HY VEE 1549 Food for Citizen of the Year meetings 101-119041-52216-0000000 38.00
07/17/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - adv camp snacks (80.45%) 555-813531-52216-0000000 38.19
07/17/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - adv camp supplies (19.55%) 555-813531-52212-0000000 9.28
07/17/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - plex hot dog buns (12.61%) 555-813521-52501-0000000 5.12
07/17/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - rifac coffee (78.74%) 555-867564-52502-0000000 31.96
07/17/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - rifac apples (8.65%) 555-867564-52501-0000000 3.51
07/14/2017 HY VEE 1549 cleaner 101-411041-52207-0000000 4.34
07/14/2017 HY VEE 1549 RI Striders Track food for traveling event 901-356921-52216-6160795 139.05
07/13/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 8.99
07/13/2017 HY VEE 1549 Active Club Annual Meeting 901-356931-52216-5338080 56.95
07/13/2017 HY VEE 1549 Food for Council Goal Setting sessions 101-119041-52216-0000000 63.79
07/12/2017 HY VEE 1549 Monthly parent cafe for DCFS 905-356921-52216-0000640 25.99
07/12/2017 HY VEE 1549 starlight pies and ice cream 555-813501-52501-5680000 160.67
07/12/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - wwj paper towels & trash bags (42.52%) 555-818551-52207-0000000 9.47
07/12/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - wwj hot dog buns (57.48%) 555-818551-52501-0000000 12.80
07/10/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 32.79
07/10/2017 HY VEE 1549 ziplock bags for evidence 101-414228-52205-0000000 9.54
07/10/2017 HY VEE 1549 saukie hot dog buns 555-855702-52501-0000000 5.94
07/06/2017 HY VEE 1549 wwj cleaner 555-818551-52206-0000000 7.96
07/04/2017 HY VEE 1549 flowers - Randy James funeral 101-611041-54501-0000000 64.98
07/04/2017 HY VEE 1549 admin park board water and soda 555-811041-52216-0000000 66.28
07/03/2017 HY VEE 1549 plex hot dog buns 555-813521-52501-0000000 6.80
07/03/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - wwj paper towels (30.51%) 555-818551-52207-0000000 5.97
07/03/2017 HY VEE 1549 Split - wwj hot dog buns (69.49%) 555-818551-52501-0000000 13.60
07/03/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 43.17
06/29/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 45.97
06/29/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 18.98
06/29/2017 HY VEE 1549 coffee 601-617041-52216-0000000 29.97
06/29/2017 HY VEE 1549 SPLS EDU - AS PGRM - YA IRON CHEF 251-713451-52211-0000000 126.05
06/28/2017 HY VEE 1549 Monthly parent cafe for DCFS 905-356921-52216-0000640 40.52
06/28/2017 HY VEE 1549 starlight ice cream and pies 555-813501-52216-5680000 157.49
06/28/2017 HY VEE 1549 starlight coffee 555-813501-52216-5680000 2.19
06/27/2017 HY VEE 1549 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 10.00
HY VEE 1549 Total 1,972.95
07/12/2017 HYATT PLACE Alderson training 7/9-7/11/17 101-414223-51502-0000000 238.98
HYATT PLACE Total 238.98
07/19/2017 ICSC Bret ICSC Chicago 101-312801-51502-0000000 95.00
07/19/2017 ICSC Chandler ICSC Chicago 101-311041-51502-0000000 95.00
07/14/2017 ICSC Chandler membership 101-311041-54402-0000000 270.00
ICSC Total 460.00
07/12/2017 IL MUNICIPAL L00 OF 00 IML Conf registration - Ald Clark 101-111041-54401-0000000 310.00
07/11/2017 IL MUNICIPAL L00 OF 00 IML Conference Registration - Mayor Thoms 101-118041-54401-0000000 310.00
IL MUNICIPAL L00 OF 00 Total 620.00
07/06/2017 ILLINOIS DEVEL00 OF 00 Chandler Membership IEDA 101-311041-54402-0000000 250.00
ILLINOIS DEVEL00 OF 00 Total 250.00
07/21/2017 ILLINOIS GOVERNMENT FI IGFOA Annual Conference - Masson 101-211041-51502-0000000 350.00
ILLINOIS GOVERNMENT FI Total 350.00
07/24/2017 ILLINOIS PARK RECREAT ipra membership 555-813501-51501-0000000 249.00
07/24/2017 ILLINOIS PARK RECREAT IPRA membership 555-813501-51501-0000000 269.00
ILLINOIS PARK RECREAT Total 518.00
07/03/2017 INT*IN *PANTHER UNIFOR replacement pants 101-452271-51401-0000000 165.00
INT*IN *PANTHER UNIFOR Total 165.00
07/26/2017 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY motorcycle battery 506-618341-52305-0000000 61.99
07/24/2017 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY battery 101-451293-52304-0000000 50.60
07/03/2017 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY batteries 506-618341-52305-0000000 23.96
INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY Total 136.55
07/21/2017 IOWA ILLINOIS TERMITE extermination of bed bugs 101-451292-53801-0000000 571.06
07/07/2017 IOWA ILLINOIS TERMITE Treatment / bedbugs 101-451295-53801-0000000 1,576.46
IOWA ILLINOIS TERMITE Total 2,147.52
07/26/2017 JEWEL #3122 ice 501-618352-52205-0000000 10.00
07/18/2017 JEWEL #3122 Meat for Active Club Annual meeting 901-356931-53109-5338000 60.00
JEWEL #3122 Total 70.00
06/30/2017 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY DAVEN water saber 101-617111-52402-0000000 63.13
JOHNSTONE SUPPLY DAVEN Total 63.13
07/07/2017 LIFEGUARD STORE - ONLI wwj guard hip packs 555-818551-52212-0000000 42.60
LIFEGUARD STORE - ONLI Total 42.60
07/14/2017 LITTLE CAESARS 3320-00 Food during Summer Day Camp 901-356921-52216-5334000 49.50
LITTLE CAESARS 3320-00 Total 49.50
07/25/2017 LOWES #00104* Split - plex laser level (20.03%) 555-813521-52407-0000000 120.00
07/25/2017 LOWES #00104* Split - parks laser level (79.97%) 555-822601-52407-0000000 479.00
07/20/2017 LOWES #00104* air conditioner (38.48%) 506-618343-52305-0000000 299.00
07/20/2017 LOWES #00104* air conditioner (61.52%) 506-618341-52103-0000000 478.00
07/20/2017 LOWES #00104* 4 cyc oil 101-452271-52203-0000000 43.36
07/17/2017 LOWES #00104* dryer 101-451293-53801-0000000 525.79
LOWES #00104* Total 1,945.15
07/24/2017 LOWES #00907* tool batteries 101-452271-52305-0000000 161.67
LOWES #00907* Total 161.67
07/26/2017 M AND M HARDWARE spade (30.41%) 501-619356-52401-0000000 19.98
07/26/2017 M AND M HARDWARE spray foam (26.71%) 501-619356-52306-0000000 17.55
07/26/2017 M AND M HARDWARE coupler, nipples (42.88%) 501-619356-52303-0000000 28.17
06/29/2017 M AND M HARDWARE tile bit 501-619356-52402-0000000 12.10
M AND M HARDWARE Total 77.80
07/05/2017 MAILBOXES & PARCEL DEP highland postage 555-835753-53201-0000000 8.90
MAILBOXES & PARCEL DEP Total 8.90
07/17/2017 MARK S SMALL ENGINE parts 101-452271-52305-0000000 8.98
MARK S SMALL ENGINE Total 8.98
07/17/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL Lincoln bandshell new deadbolt and batteries 555-822601-52301-0000000 24.97
07/17/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL rifac microwave fuses and cord 555-867564-52304-0000000 15.62
07/13/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL Lincoln benches repairs 555-822601-52301-0000000 28.96
07/10/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL shower curtain 101-616041-52301-0000000 10.45
07/10/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL tire sealant 101-452271-52305-0000000 8.27
07/07/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL schwiebert irrigration repairs 555-819614-52303-0000000 12.97
07/03/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL Lincoln restroom 555-822601-52303-0000000 10.47
07/03/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL return wasHERS 506-618341-52301-0000000 -29.98
06/29/2017 MENARDS MOLINE IL ac2 green, lag screws 541-617591-52301-0000000 22.42
MENARDS MOLINE IL Total 104.15
07/19/2017 MGM GRAND HOTEL Neogov conference 101-155041-51502-0000000 124.72
MGM GRAND HOTEL Total 124.72
07/11/2017 MIDWEST WHEEL & TIR wheel #116 601-617364-52305-0000000 199.00
MIDWEST WHEEL & TIR Total 199.00
07/18/2017 MILAN SURPLUS parks hardware 555-822601-52301-0000000 9.40
MILAN SURPLUS Total 9.40
07/24/2017 MISSISSIPI TRUCK AND T munic loose tire 555-822613-52305-0000000 30.00
MISSISSIPI TRUCK AND T Total 30.00
07/03/2017 MOBILE BEACON LIB MAT - HOTSPOTS 251-713451-54305-0000000 1,200.00
07/03/2017 MOBILE BEACON LIB MAT - HOTSPOTS 251-713451-54305-0000000 120.00
MOBILE BEACON Total 1,320.00
07/21/2017 MOLINE DISPATCH PUBLIS newspaper renewal 606-615041-54301-0000000 262.50
MOLINE DISPATCH PUBLIS Total 262.50
07/19/2017 MOLINE FARM & FLEET buckle overshoes 101-616041-51402-0000000 79.98
07/17/2017 MOLINE FARM & FLEET barb wire 609-618369-52301-0000000 59.99
07/11/2017 MOLINE FARM & FLEET cleaning products 101-451293-52206-0000000 61.88
07/11/2017 MOLINE FARM & FLEET rope, thimble 101-452271-52305-0000000 15.86
07/03/2017 MOLINE FARM & FLEET compartment box 101-452271-52305-0000000 20.94
MOLINE FARM & FLEET Total 238.65
07/04/2017 MUZAK DBA MOOD MEDIA wwj muzak 555-818551-53822-0000000 52.64
07/04/2017 MUZAK DBA MOOD MEDIA rifac muzak 555-867564-53822-0000000 187.10
MUZAK DBA MOOD MEDIA Total 239.74
07/13/2017 NATIONAL PELRA Prof development class 101-155041-51502-0000000 102.50
NATIONAL PELRA Total 102.50
07/17/2017 NDC TRAINING Split - Chandler and Colleen Hud DC Training (66.67%) 242-311041-51502-6196710 1,100.00
07/17/2017 NDC TRAINING Split - Ryan HUD DC training (33.33%) 242-313851-51502-6197710 550.00
NDC TRAINING Total 1,650.00
07/26/2017 OREILLY AUTO #0753 antifreeze 506-618341-52305-0000000 28.19
07/24/2017 OREILLY AUTO #0753 Split - parks motor oils (78.56%) 555-822601-52305-0000000 25.62
07/24/2017 OREILLY AUTO #0753 Split - douglas filter wrench (21.44%) 555-822601-52401-5288000 6.99
07/18/2017 OREILLY AUTO #0753 equipment oil 555-822621-52305-0000000 8.58
OREILLY AUTO #0753 Total 69.38
07/13/2017 OTC BRANDS, INC. wwj giveaways for bash 555-818551-52212-0000000 86.83
07/13/2017 OTC BRANDS, INC. SPLS EDU - AS PGRM SW 251-713451-52211-0000000 92.86
07/05/2017 OTC BRANDS, INC. PROMO ITEMS/GEN PR 251-711041-54501-0000000 231.91
OTC BRANDS, INC. Total 411.60
07/21/2017 PALMER JOHNSON POWER S magnetic switch 601-617364-52305-0000000 52.62
PALMER JOHNSON POWER S Total 52.62
07/12/2017 PARAGON COMMERCIAL INT MLK water damage expense 211-356041-53807-0000000 2,516.98
PARAGON COMMERCIAL INT Total 2,516.98
07/12/2017 PAYPAL *NAHANTMARSH adv camp field trip 555-813531-53110-0000000 50.00
PAYPAL *NAHANTMARSH Total 50.00
07/14/2017 PAYPAL *TKABERNA RI Striders Track entry fee for competition 901-356921-54401-6161795 540.00
PAYPAL *TKABERNA Total 540.00
07/21/2017 PIZZA & SUBS Lunch during Council Goal Setting sessions 101-119041-53109-0000000 112.65
PIZZA & SUBS Total 112.65
07/21/2017 PRAXAIR DIST US #461 oxygen 541-617591-52203-0000000 31.31
07/14/2017 PRAXAIR DIST US #461 contact tip, nozzle 541-617591-52203-0000000 9.00
07/13/2017 PRAXAIR DIST US #461 stargon 541-617591-52203-0000000 28.30
PRAXAIR DIST US #461 Total 68.61
06/27/2017 QT 562 04005625 RI Boxing Club gas purchase for one day event 901-356921-52203-6162000 21.00
QT 562 04005625 Total 21.00
07/26/2017 QUAD CITIES CHAMBER OF QC Chamber Meeting registration for City Manager 101-122041-54401-0000000 25.00
QUAD CITIES CHAMBER OF Total 25.00
07/21/2017 RAVE 1090 adv camp movies field trip 555-813531-53110-0000000 280.80
07/21/2017 RAVE 1090 Summer Day Camp activity - movies 901-356921-53110-5334710 233.27
07/21/2017 RAVE 1090 Summer Day Camp activity - movies 901-356921-53110-5334710 393.60
07/20/2017 RAVE 1090 adv camp field trip movies 555-813531-53110-0000000 55.00
06/30/2017 RAVE 1090 Summer Day Camp activity - movies 901-356921-53110-5334710 526.46
06/30/2017 RAVE 1090 Summer Day Camp activity - movie 901-356921-53110-5334710 221.40
06/30/2017 RAVE 1090 Summer Day Camp activity - movie 901-356921-53110-5334710 55.35
06/30/2017 RAVE 1090 Summer Day Camp activity - movies 901-356921-53110-5334710 153.75
RAVE 1090 Total 1,919.63
07/21/2017 REDBOX *DVD RENTAL adv camp movie rental 555-813531-52212-0000000 1.50
06/27/2017 REDBOX *DVD RENTAL adv camp movie rental 555-813531-52212-0000000 1.50
REDBOX *DVD RENTAL Total 3.00
06/29/2017 REPUBLIC ELECTRIC COMP plex bulb replacement 555-813521-52304-0000000 21.71
06/28/2017 REPUBLIC ELECTRIC COMP Overhead hallway light converters 101-451291-52301-0000000 300.95
06/28/2017 REPUBLIC ELECTRIC COMP complex men's restroom repair 555-813521-52304-0000000 20.47
REPUBLIC ELECTRIC COMP Total 343.13
06/29/2017 RIVER ACTION INC hydropower workshop registration 101-611041-51502-0000000 25.00
RIVER ACTION INC Total 25.00
07/24/2017 RK ISL QUAD CITIES KOA highland propane 555-835753-52509-0000000 48.38
07/18/2017 RK ISL QUAD CITIES KOA fuel 101-451292-52203-0000000 18.25
07/17/2017 RK ISL QUAD CITIES KOA lp fuel 101-451293-52203-0000000 18.25
07/03/2017 RK ISL QUAD CITIES KOA highland propane 555-835753-52509-0000000 48.37
06/30/2017 RK ISL QUAD CITIES KOA lp fuel 101-451291-52203-0000000 18.00
RK ISL QUAD CITIES KOA Total 151.25
07/13/2017 ROCK ISLAND COUNTY FOR adv camp field trip kayaking 555-813531-53110-0000000 78.00
07/13/2017 ROCK ISLAND COUNTY FOR adv camp kayaking trip 555-813531-53110-0000000 10.00
ROCK ISLAND COUNTY FOR Total 88.00
07/18/2017 RON SMITH AND ASSOCIAT Garrett Alderson training 101-414223-51502-0000000 350.00
RON SMITH AND ASSOCIAT Total 350.00
07/10/2017 ROSS MEDICAL SUPPL amb supplies 101-454273-52214-0000000 387.93
ROSS MEDICAL SUPPL Total 387.93
07/11/2017 SAMS CLUB #4061 cleaning products 101-451291-52206-0000000 158.24
SAMS CLUB #4061 Total 158.24
07/12/2017 SAMS CLUB #8238 Coffee and creamer for building 211-356041-52216-0000000 41.56
SAMS CLUB #8238 Total 41.56
07/25/2017 SAMSCLUB #4061 Split - plex plates (18.69%) 555-813521-52509-0000000 13.98
07/25/2017 SAMSCLUB #4061 Split - plex snacks (81.31%) 555-813521-52501-0000000 60.80
07/25/2017 SAMSCLUB #4061 RWB new member sale 555-819615-53112-6139000 45.00
SAMSCLUB #4061 Total 119.78
07/17/2017 SAMSCLUB #8238 rec new chair 555-813501-52405-0000000 106.87
SAMSCLUB #8238 Total 106.87
07/03/2017 SANITARY CLEANERS Dry cleaning 101-112041-54401-0000000 2.55
SANITARY CLEANERS Total 2.55
07/07/2017 SCHOLASTIC EDUCATION CREDIT FOR TAX CR SPLS EDU 251-713471-52211-0000000 -69.61
SCHOLASTIC EDUCATION Total -69.61
07/10/2017 SCOTT COUNTY CONSERVAT Metro Youth Program lodging for an event in St Paul Mn 901-356921-54401-6160795 233.00
SCOTT COUNTY CONSERVAT Total 233.00
07/12/2017 SHERWIN WILLIAMS 70315 PAINT SPLS - DWNTWN 251-711401-52219-0000000 114.69
SHERWIN WILLIAMS 70315 Total 114.69
07/10/2017 SHRM*MEMBER600697309 SHRM membership 101-155041-51502-0000000 184.00
SHRM*MEMBER600697309 Total 184.00
07/24/2017 SHRM*MEMBER600703915 DUES - K KERNS SHRM ANNL MEMBRSHP 251-711041-54402-0000000 199.00
SHRM*MEMBER600703915 Total 199.00
07/21/2017 SHRM*SHRMSTORE10014409 Employee handbook 101-155102-54303-0000000 350.00
SHRM*SHRMSTORE10014409 Total 350.00
07/20/2017 SPN*HUMMINBIRD part for boat 101-452271-52305-0000000 34.99
SPN*HUMMINBIRD Total 34.99
07/11/2017 SQ *SQ *EGIS ASSOCIATE Kathy GIS training 101-313811-51502-0000000 600.00
SQ *SQ *EGIS ASSOCIATE Total 600.00
07/19/2017 SQ *SQ *QUAD CITY KNOC Summer Day Camp activity 901-356921-52212-5334607 250.00
SQ *SQ *QUAD CITY KNOC Total 250.00
07/20/2017 STECKER GRAPHICS copy contracts 006 and 007 606-615041-53114-0000000 611.78
STECKER GRAPHICS Total 611.78
06/27/2017 STETSON BUILDING PRODU parks glasses, jersey gloves 555-822601-51402-0000000 13.36
STETSON BUILDING PRODU Total 13.36
07/24/2017 SUSTAINABLE CITY NETWO Conference registration - Ald Geenen 101-117041-54401-0000000 140.00
SUSTAINABLE CITY NETWO Total 140.00
07/03/2017 TARGET 00005330 Split - RWB snacks (35.4%) 555-819615-52501-6139000 33.00
07/03/2017 TARGET 00005330 Split - RWB tub and box (64.6%) 555-819615-53112-6139000 60.21
TARGET 00005330 Total 93.21
07/04/2017 TARGET 00009266 RWB supplies 555-819615-52212-6139000 36.20
TARGET 00009266 Total 36.20
07/06/2017 TELVENT DTN LLC weather subscription service 101-616041-53822-0000000 282.00
TELVENT DTN LLC Total 282.00
07/11/2017 THE ARC OF THE QUAD CI annual document shredding 101-211041-53822-0000000 156.20
THE ARC OF THE QUAD CI Total 156.20
07/21/2017 THE HUNGRY HOBO - ROCK Lunch during Council Goal Setting sessions 101-119041-53109-0000000 93.67
THE HUNGRY HOBO - ROCK Total 93.67
07/21/2017 THE MAD POTTER Summer Day Camp activity 901-356921-53110-5334710 498.00
THE MAD POTTER Total 498.00
07/03/2017 THE WEBSTAURANT STORE wwj hot dog steamer 555-818551-52506-0000000 263.62
THE WEBSTAURANT STORE Total 263.62
07/24/2017 THEO'S JAVA CLUB CAFE Dave Ross- RICO and Chandler 101-312801-54401-0000000 18.51
07/17/2017 THEO'S JAVA CLUB CAFE Unity Point- Mary & Chandler 101-312801-54401-0000000 15.59
06/29/2017 THEO'S JAVA CLUB CAFE David Ross RICO Jumers 101-312801-54401-0000000 18.75
THEO'S JAVA CLUB CAFE Total 52.85
07/06/2017 TLO TRANSUNION monthly statement 224-413215-52406-0000000 110.00
TLO TRANSUNION Total 110.00
07/12/2017 TRI-STATE TRAVEL Metro Youth Program transportation to an event in St Paul, MN 901-356921-53903-6160795 350.00
06/28/2017 TRI-STATE TRAVEL Metro Youth Program transportation to an event in St Paul, Mn 901-356921-53903-6160795 2,700.00
TRI-STATE TRAVEL Total 3,050.00
07/17/2017 UNITED AIRLINES Chandler Hud Training DC 242-311041-51502-6196710 317.40
07/17/2017 UNITED AIRLINES Colleen Hud Training DC 242-311041-51502-6196710 317.40
07/17/2017 UNITED AIRLINES Ryan Hud Training DC 242-313851-51502-6197710 317.40
UNITED AIRLINES Total 952.20
06/29/2017 UNITYPOINT HEALTH amb supplies 101-454273-52214-0000000 1,818.04
UNITYPOINT HEALTH Total 1,818.04
07/19/2017 USPS PO 1651060464 mail 101-411041-53301-0000000 13.30
USPS PO 1651060464 Total 13.30
07/26/2017 USPS PO 1667860402 POSTAGE - FINAWAY RETURN 251-713451-53201-0000000 22.45
07/26/2017 USPS PO 1667860402 Mail 101-411041-53301-0000000 13.30
07/14/2017 USPS PO 1667860402 POSTAGE - BOARD MAILER 251-711041-53201-0000000 7.98
07/13/2017 USPS PO 1667860402 POSTAGE - RESTK STAMPS 251-711041-53201-0000000 492.97
06/27/2017 USPS PO 1667860402 Postage for mailings 101-112041-54401-0000000 23.52
USPS PO 1667860402 Total 560.22
07/26/2017 VAN WALL EQUIPMENT parks pro trimmer line, pro line 555-822601-52306-0000000 41.90
07/25/2017 VAN WALL EQUIPMENT hort bar oil, 3/16 file 555-822611-52401-0000000 19.77
07/24/2017 VAN WALL EQUIPMENT parks oil filter 555-822601-52305-0000000 16.22
07/10/2017 VAN WALL EQUIPMENT trimmer string 555-822601-52209-5288000 59.95
VAN WALL EQUIPMENT Total 137.84
07/21/2017 VILLAGE PUB AND GRILL Business Lunch with Ald Tollenaer 101-113041-54401-0000000 13.07
VILLAGE PUB AND GRILL Total 13.07
07/12/2017 WALGREENS #4332 USB car charger 101-452271-52305-0000000 5.41
WALGREENS #4332 Total 5.41
07/20/2017 WALLINGFORD SALES COMP wwj control board for water pump 555-818551-52304-0000000 513.71
06/28/2017 WALLINGFORD SALES COMP wwj display panel, blower pressure switch 555-818551-52304-0000000 183.40
WALLINGFORD SALES COMP Total 697.11
06/30/2017 WAL-MART #1241 adv camp shorts, tee, underwear 555-813531-52212-0000000 21.88
WAL-MART #1241 Total 21.88
07/21/2017 WAL-MART #2231 Summer Day Camp recreational supplies 901-356921-5334-0000000 16.77
07/18/2017 WAL-MART #2231 Split - adv camp snacks (67.5%) 555-813531-52216-0000000 65.60
07/18/2017 WAL-MART #2231 Split - adv camp crafts (32.5%) 555-813531-52212-0000000 31.58
07/17/2017 WAL-MART #2231 perennials 507-619892-52201-0000000 7.53
07/12/2017 WAL-MART #2231 SPLS EDU - AS PRGRM REF 251-713451-52211-0000000 5.64
07/10/2017 WAL-MART #2231 SPLS EDU - AS PGRM SW 251-713451-52211-0000000 22.67
06/30/2017 WAL-MART #2231 Cleaning supplies for Summer Day Camp 901-356921-52207-5334607 28.85
06/30/2017 WAL-MART #2231 RWB supplies 555-819615-52212-6139000 90.44
06/29/2017 WAL-MART #2231 plex freezer 555-813521-52506-0000000 198.00
WAL-MART #2231 Total 467.08
07/19/2017 WEB TIRE SALES munic lawn tires 555-822613-52305-0000000 386.35
WEB TIRE SALES Total 386.35
07/13/2017 WEF REG conference registration 606-615041-51502-0000000 954.00
WEF REG Total 954.00
07/04/2017 WM SUPERCENTER #1241 Metro Youth Program traveling snacks 901-356921-52216-6160795 78.96
WM SUPERCENTER #1241 Total 78.96
07/04/2017 WM SUPERCENTER #2231 adv camp snacks 555-813531-52216-0000000 58.42
06/27/2017 WM SUPERCENTER #2231 SPLS EDU - AS PGRM SW 251-713451-52211-0000000 13.79
WM SUPERCENTER #2231 Total 72.21
07/10/2017 WM SUPERCENTER #4511 wwj water 555-818551-52502-0000000 9.96
WM SUPERCENTER #4511 Total 9.96
07/26/2017 WPSG, INC helmet front 101-452271-51402-0000000 43.77
07/04/2017 WPSG, INC turnout gloves 101-452271-51402-0000000 252.95
WPSG, INC Total 296.72
07/04/2017 WW GRAINGER anchor shackles, wire rope 609-618369-52301-0000000 285.20
WW GRAINGER Total 285.20
07/11/2017 ZEGLINS HOME TV & APPL MLK water damage expense 211-356041-53807-0000000 752.90
ZEGLINS HOME TV & APPL Total 752.90
07/19/2017 ZOLL MEDICAL CORP battery pack 101-454273-52305-0000000 360.00
ZOLL MEDICAL CORP Total 360.00
Grand Total 63,051.97
_____________________________________________________________ MEMORANDUM
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

TO: Randall Tweet, City Manager Number: CY17-010

SUBJECT: Glenhurst Court Camera Project 2710 Date: 07/31/2017
______________________________________________________________________________

The Information Technology Department with the Community and Economic Development
Department opened bids for the installation of ten(10) security cameras in and around the area of
Glenhurst Court.

Invitation to bid was posted on the City website and the following vendors were directly
contacted: TriCity Electric, Racom, OMC, CDWG, ITSaavy, Global Wireless, Convergint, On
Guard Security, Anixter, and Connection Inc.

Two bids were received. TriCity Electric of Davenport, IA was the lowest bidder at $37,055.00,
which is 24% higher than the design estimate of $30,000. TriCity Electric Co. Davenport, IA
was responsive to the requirements, and they have on-file information to document requested
items pertaining to the City ordinance for defining responsible bidders.

Recommendation:

The Information Technology Department recommends that the City Council award the bid to
TriCity Electric of Davenport, IA in the amount of $37, 055.00 and authorize the City Manager
to sign the contract documents.

Vendor 638 TriCity Electric Co
Payment Amount: $27,985.00
Account Chargeable: Fund: 242 Community Development Block Grant
Division/Cost Center: 313811 Planning/Redevelopment
Object Class: 53803 Communications S/C
Project Number: 2710999 - Fiber/CDBG
Payment Amount: $5,570.70
Account Chargeable: Fund: 242 Community Development Block Grant
Division/Cost Center: 313811 Planning/Redevelopment
Object Class: 59201 Contingency
Project Number: 2710999 - Fiber/CDBG
Payment Amount: $3,499.30
Account Chargeable: Fund: 224 State Drug Prevention
Division/Cost Center: 413216 - CIB/Narc-Vice
Object Class: 52401 - Equipment < $10,000
Project Number: 0000000 - N/A
Requisition Number: R006713

Submitted by: Timothy Bain, IT Director
______________________________________________________________________________

APPROVED: Randall Tweet, City Manager
_____________________________________________________________ MEMORANDUM
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

TO: Randall Tweet, City Manager Number: CY17-009

SUBJECT: Fiber optic lease - Rock Island County Date: 07/26/2017
______________________________________________________________________________

In 2006 the City of Rock Island began building fiber optic infrastructure to support the data and
communications needs of municipal operations throughout the city. A small amount of extra
capacity was added to support partnering with others for fiber needs. Rock Island County
partnered with the City to provision infrastructure at two County buildings located within Rock
Island. The City retains ownership and the County continues to have need for the fiber
connection for an additional two years. The attached documents are lease renewal documents
drafted by the City Attorney and reviewed by Rock Island County.

Recommendation:

The Information Technology Department recommends that the City Council authorize the City
Manager to sign the agreements for fiber optic use between the City of Rock Island and Rock
Island County.

Submitted by: Timothy Bain, IT Director
______________________________________________________________________________

APPROVED: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Community and Economic Development
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager

Subject: Casey’s Retail Company Property Purchase

Date: August 4, 2017

Applicant Information

Name/Address: Casey’s Retail Company
P.O. Box 3001
One Convenience Blvd.
Ankeny, IA 50021

Proposed Use: Casey’s General Store Mini Truck Stop

City Property Information:

Address: Northwest Corner of IL 92 and Andalusia Road

Lot Size: 873837.440937 Square Feet

Zoning: B4

Background:
On May 15, 2017 Council approved the sale of the aforementioned City property for a Casey’s
Mini Truck Stop.

Economic Development Staff and legal counsel have finalized the agreement with Casey’s
Retail Company to purchase said property for Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00).

RECOMMENDATION:

Council approve the attached purchase agreement and authorize the City Manager to execute
the contract document and suspend the rules and pass the attached ordinance.

Submitted by: Bret Gardella, Economic Development Manager
Chandler Poole, CED Director

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
A SPECIAL ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE SALE
OF CERTAIN REAL ESTATE OWNED BY
THE CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS:

Section One: It is hereby determined that the retention of the title to the following real
estate owned by The City of Rock Island, Illinois, is no longer necessary, appropriate, required
for the use of, profitable to, or for the best interests of The City of Rock Island, Illinois:

SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT “A”

(Commonly known as the NW Corner of Andalusia Road and IL-92 (a/k/a Centennial
Expressway), Rock Island, Illinois)

Section Two: The City of Rock Island, Illinois, has received an offer to purchase the
aforementioned described real estate for the sum of $50,000.00 from CASEY’S RETAIL
COMPANY, and it is hereby determined that said purchase price is fair and equitable between the
parties and it is in the best interest that said real estate be sold for said purchase price.

Section Three: Mayor, Mike Thoms, and the City Clerk be, and are hereby authorized
and directed to execute on behalf of THE CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, a Warranty
Deed conveying the above-described real estate to CASEY’S RETAIL COMPANY, for the sum
of $50,000.00.

Section Four: All ordinances and part of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby
repealed insofar as they do so conflict.

Section Five: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect 10 days after its passage and
approval, as required by law.

_______________________________________
MAYOR OF THE CITY OF ROCK ISLAND

PASSED: ___________________________

APPROVED: ___________________________

ATTEST: ___________________________
CITY CLERK
Memorandum
Community and Economic Development
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager

Subject: Rock Island Coffee dba Dunkin’ Donuts

Date: August 4, 2017

Economic Development Staff and legal counsel have finalized the agreement with Rock Island
Coffee (RIC) to purchase the City property located at 2711 18th Avenue for the appraised price
of Five Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($5,500.00).

Staff and RIC have also agreed to the following sales based incentives for the project.

The City will receive Prepared Food and Beverage tax revenue calculated as 1.5% of RIC’s
sales at the site. The City agrees to rebate two thirds (2/3) of the Prepared Food and Beverage
tax revenue the City receives from sales generated by RIC at the site for a period of Seven (7)
years commencing on the first day upon which operations result in the obligation of RIC to pay
Prepared Food and Beverage tax and terminating Seven years thereafter. However the City’s
obligation to rebate 2/3 of the Prepared Food and Beverage tax revenue which the City receives
from RIC’s operation of the site will terminate automatically and immediately upon RIC/ Dunkin’
Donuts ceasing operations at any time prior to the expiration of the seven year time period.

Upon Council’s approval of the aforementioned terms, CED staff will work with legal counsel to
finalize the sale of the property.

RECOMMENDATION:

Council approve the sale of the 2711 18th Avenue property and approve the aforementioned
sales based incentives and authorize execution of the documents by the City manager, subject
to minor attorney modifications.

Submitted by: Bret Gardella, Economic Development Manager
Chandler Poole, CED Director

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Community & Economic Development Department

To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Development Agreement between the City of Rock Island and Saratoga Capital LLC
Date: August 9, 2017

The City of Rock Island has been negotiating with Saratoga Capital LLC to agree upon an incentive
package that will allow the property commonly known as the VanDerGinst / Riverview Lofts / Best
Building to be redeveloped into 33 market rate residential units and an 11 room boutique hotel.

Saratoga Capital LLC will also be responsible for restoration of the Chief Blackhawk mural, sidewalk,
and visitor drop off safety improvements.

The incentive package consists of TIF funds and tax rebates of the City’s portion of real estate taxes
with an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 or 20 years, whichever comes first. The city will also
contribute up to $100,000, on a reimbursable basis, for the restoration of the Chief Blackhawk mural;
up to $75,000, on a reimbursable basis, towards sidewalk and visitor/guest safety improvements; up
to $100,000, on a reimbursable basis, towards the commercial area to be used by residents, hotel
guests and the public.

The total City incentive package will not exceed $2,485,000.

A reimbursement process to protect the City’s contribution has been established through this
agreement. The City’s funds will be released after a Certificate of Occupancy has been granted for the
project by the appropriate City Department.

RECOMMENDATION

The Community & Economic Development Department recommends that City Council approve the
development agreement and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract documents.

Submitted by: Chandler Poole, Community and Economic Development Director

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND
TAX INCREMENT FINANCING
REDEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT

THIS REDEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (the "Agreement") is made and entered into
this _day of______2017, by and between the CITY OF ROCK ISLAND an Illinois home
rule municipal corporation ("City"), and Saratoga Capital, LLC, a Missouri limited
liability company (Developer") (the City and Developer are hereinafter sometimes
collectively referred to as the "Parties", and individually as a "Party"),
WITNESSETH:
WHEREAS, pursuant to the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act, as amended
[65 ILCS 5/11-74.4-1 et seq. (Illinois State Bar Ed. 2014)] (the "TIF Act"), the City has
undertaken a program to assist in the redevelopment of certain property within the City
and generally located in its downtown area (the Redevelopment Project Area); and

WHEREAS, the Developer proposes to acquire or has acquired the property commonly
described as Best Building/Riverview Lofts/VanDerGinst Building, located at 1701-1705
2nd A venue, Rock Island and legally described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and made a
part hereof (the "Property") and

WHEREAS, the Developer proposes to redevelop the Property with thirty-three (33)
market rate rental residential units, an eleven (11) room boutique hotel, an approximate
square foot first floor commercial retail space to service the residents, guests, and general
public, and restore the historic Blackhawk mural and make sidewalk safety improvements
in accordance with the plans to be prepared by the Developer and approved by the City
(the "Project"); and

WHEREAS, the Property is located within the Redevelopment Project Area; and

WHEREAS, to facilitate the development and construction of the Project and subject to
and in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and the TIF Act, the City has agreed

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to reimburse the Developer for certain redevelopment project costs, as such term is
defined in the TIF Act, (the "Redevelopment Project Costs") that the Developer incurs, in
connection with the development and construction of the Project; and

WHEREAS, the Project shall be developed and constructed in accordance with all City
codes, ordinances and regulations, as applicable to the plans and specifications to be
approved by the City and all other governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the
Project; and

WHEREAS, the Developer represents and warrants to the City, and the City finds that,
but for the assistance to be provided by the City to the Developer pursuant to the TIF Act
and this Agreement, the Project would not be economically viable or eligible for the
private financing necessary for its construction and, concomitantly, the Developer would
not construct and operate the Project; and

WHEREAS, this Agreement has been submitted to the Corporate Authorities of the City
for consideration and review, and the Corporate Authorities and the Developer have taken
all actions required to be taken prior to approval and execution of this Agreement in order
to make the same binding upon the City and Developer according to the terms hereof; and

WHEREAS, the Corporate Authorities of the City, after due and careful consideration,
have concluded that the construction and operation of the Project as provided herein will
further the growth of the City, facilitate the redevelopment of a portion of the
Redevelopment Project Area, improve the environment of the City, increase the assessed
valuation of the real estate situated within the City, foster increased economic activity
within the City, increase employment opportunities within the City, and is otherwise in
the best interests of the City by furthering the health, safety, morals and welfare of its
residents and taxpayers.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing and of the mutual covenants and
agreements contained herein, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and

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sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the City and Developer do hereby agree
as follows:

ARTICLE I.
RECITALS PART OF THE AGREEMENT
The representations, covenants and recitations set forth in the foregoing recitals are
material to this Agreement and are hereby incorporated into and made a part of this
Agreement as though they were fully set forth in this Article I.

ARTICLE II.
OBLIGATION OF THE PARTIES
2.1. Developer Obligations and Agreements. In consideration of the substantial
commitment of the City to the redevelopment of the Redevelopment Project Area
pursuant to the Redevelopment Plan and its commitments contained in this Agreement,
the Developer shall fulfill as conditions to the City's obligations hereunder, the following
obligations:
A. The Developer has acquired or shall acquire the Property in fee and free of
mechanic's liens and other liens excluding a mortgage or security
agreement obtained for the purpose of financing the Project.
B. The Developer has secured or shall secure authorization to conduct
business in the State of Illinois.
C. The Developer shall construct the Project in accordance with plans and
schedules submitted to and subject to approval by the City and in
accordance with the terms of the Rock Island Municipal Code, as amended
from time to time.
D. The plans for the Project shall include but not be limited to:

• plans for compliance with all applicable building codes and
regulations;
• plans and specifications of finishes and furnishings for the
residential units;

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• plans and specifications of finishes and furnishings for the boutique
hotel;
• plans and specifications to ensure faithful replication and a
minimum projected lifespan of 15 years for the Black Hawk mural;
and,
• plans and specifications required for sidewalk and visitor drop-off
safety improvements. (Collectively, the "Plans"). The Plans shall
be submitted to City personnel for review and approval, which shall
not unreasonably be withheld within 120 days of the effective date of this
Agreement, and the Developer’s costs for the sidewalk and visitor drop-off
safety improvements shall not exceed $100,000.
E. The Project shall be completed and a permanent Certificate of Occupancy
shall have been issued by or before December 31, 2018, subject to any
force majeure delays.
F. The Developer has advanced, shall hereafter advance, or shall cause other
parties to advance the funds necessary to construct and complete the
Project.
G. The Developer has secured, or shall hereafter secure or cause to be
secured, all required permits entitlements, authorizations and approvals
necessary or required to construct and complete the Project.
H. Until a Certificate of Occupancy has been issued for the Project, the
Developer shall require its general contractor, or if there is none, then at its
own expense, to obtain and maintain comprehensive general liability and
shall cause the City to be named as an additional insured, with all the rights
of a primary insured on such policy, and workmen's compensation and
automobile/vehicle liability insurance for the Project, and shall cause the
City to be named as an additional insured where it has an insurable
interest, with all the rights of a primary insured, on such policies, except
that on the worker's compensation insurance, the policy and certificate of
insurance shall include a waiver of subrogation in favor of the City. Said
insurance policies shall be issued in an amount not less than Two Million

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Dollars ($2,000,000.00) combined single limit for bodily injury, personal
injury or death and property damage with respect to any single occurrence,
or in the case of worker's compensation insurance, as required by statute.
Each of said policies shall provide for not less than thirty (30) days prior
written notice to the City and Developer before such policies may be
materially changed, modified or cancelled. Prior to the commencement of
any work on the Project, the Developer shall provide the City with
appropriate certificates of insurance and copies of said policies issued. The
Developer shall keep in force at all times until the Project is completed,
builder's risk insurance, against the risk of physical loss, including
collapse, covering the total value of the building( s) and contents including
the work performed and equipment, supplies and materials furnished for
the Project. Should the City receive notice that premiums needed to
maintain in force any of the required insurance policies have not been paid,
the City shall notify the Developer of the receipt of said notice. If the
Developer fails to promptly pay any such required premium, the City may,
but is not obligated or required to, pay the premiums due during any cure
period afforded in such notice. If the City pays any premium due on any of
the required insurance, policies, the amount of the premiums paid by the
City shall constitute a debt owed by the Developer to the City. Failure of
the Developer to pay any premiums on any required insurance policy shall
constitute an event of default and shall remain so irrespective of whether
the City shall elect to pay such premiums on behalf of the Developer. The
Developer may cure said default if it repays the City for the amount of the
premiums paid by the City within thirty (30) days of the payment by the
City. If not repaid, the City shall have the right to terminate this Agreement
in accordance with the terms hereof.
I. In the event a claim is made against the City, its officers, officials, agents
and employees or any of them, or if the City, its officers, officials, agents
and employees or any of them (the "Indemnified Party" or "Indemnified
Parties"), is made a party-defendant in any proceeding arising out of or in

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connection with the Developer's construction, operation, duties, obligations
and responsibilities under the terms of this Agreement or the Project
including, but not limited to, any claim or cause of action concerning
matters pertaining to hazardous materials and other environmental matters
in existence as of the date of this Agreement, to the extent permitted by
law, the Developer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the
Indemnified Parties, or any Indemnified Party, from all claims, liabilities,
losses, taxes, judgments, costs, fines, fees, including expenses and
reasonable attorneys fees, in connection therewith. Any such Indemnified
Party may obtain separate counsel to participate in the defense thereof at
his or her own expense. The Indemnified Parties shall cooperate in the
defense of such proceedings and be available for any litigation related
appearances which may be required. Further, the Developer shall be
entitled to settle any and all claims for money, in such amounts and upon
such terms as to payment as it may deem appropriate, without the prior
approval or consent of the Indemnified Parties, or any of them, as the case
may be, provided that neither the City nor any of the other Indemnified
Parties shall be required to contribute to such settlement, and further
provided the special tax allocation fund for the Redevelopment Project
Area (the "Special Tax Allocation Fund") shall not be used in connection
with any such settlement without the consent of the City.
J. The Developer shall acquire and pay for each building permit, occupancy
permit, utility connection permit or other City permit which is required for
completion of the Project. Permits shall be acquired in accordance with the
terms of the Rock Island Municipal Code, as amended from time to time.
The Developer represents and warrants that it shall not cause or permit any
mechanic's liens or other lien claims to remain against the Special Tax
Allocation Fund for the Redevelopment Project Area or the City for labor,
services, or materials furnished in connection with demolition, site
preparation, development, construction, additions, modifications,
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against the Special Tax Allocation Fund or the City. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, the Developer shall be entitled to defend, prosecute or settle, as
the case may be in a timely and commercially reasonable manner, any
claims for mechanic's liens, other liens, claims or causes of action relating
to allegedly defective or incomplete work, provided that the City shall not
be required to contribute to such settlement. The City shall have the right
of offset to utilize any monies otherwise owed to or entitled by Developer
(not otherwise earned but unpaid) under this Agreement to settle or satisfy
any such claims and the Developer hereby agrees and covenants to
indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Indemnified Parties, (including
the payment of reasonable attorneys' fees and costs and expenses) from and
against any such liens, claims or causes of action as may be asserted
against the Special Tax Allocation Fund or the City.
L. Upon reasonable notice from the City, the Developer shall provide
evidence of financing sufficient for the Project budget. Additionally, the
Developer agrees to make arrangements for the City Council to tour the
Project at a time close to beginning work, at a time when the Project is
approximately half completed, and again after the Project is completed
and Certificates of Occupancy have been issued.
M. To the extent required by law, the Developer agrees to pay, and to
contractually obligate and cause any and all general contractors and
subcontractors to pay, the prevailing rate of wages as established by the
City pursuant to the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act, 820 ILCS 130/0.01 et
seq., when constructing the Project. To the extent of damages measured
as the difference between prevailing wages and the wages actually paid,
the Developer shall indemnify, hold harmless, and defend the City, its
governing body members, officers, and agents, including independent
contractors, consultants and legal counsel, servants and employees
thereof ("Indemnified Parties"), against all regulatory actions,
complaints, damages, claims, suits, liabilities, liens, judgments, costs and
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arise from or accrue against the Indemnified Parties as a consequence of
compliance with the Prevailing Wage Act or which may in any way
result therefrom, including a complaint by the Illinois Department of
Labor under the Prevailing Wage Act that any or all of the Indemnified
Parties violated the Prevailing Wage Act by failing to give proper notice
to the Developer or any other party performing applicable work that no
less than the prevailing rate of wages shall be paid to all laborers,
workers and mechanics performing work on the Project, including
interest, penalties or fines under the Prevailing Wage Act. The
indemnification obligations of this Section on the part of the Developer
shall survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement. In any such
claim, complaint or action against the Indemnified Parties, the Developer
shall, at its own expense, appear, defend and pay all charges of
reasonable attorney's fees and all reasonable costs and other reasonable
expenses arising therefrom or incurred in connection therewith, and, if
any judgment or award shall be rendered against the Indemnified Parties
in any such action, the Developer shall, at its own expense, satisfy and
discharge such judgment or award.
N. The Developer is a limited liability company, duly organized and existing
and in good standing under the laws of the State of Missouri, and is
authorized to and has the power to enter into, and by proper action has
been duly authorized to execute, deliver and perform, this Agreement.
Prior to the execution of this Agreement by the City, the Developer shall
provide to the City a Certificate of Good Standing from the State of
Missouri and proof of authorization to transact business in the State of
Illinois. The Developer is solvent, able to pay its debts as they mature and
financially able to perform all the terms of this Agreement. To the
Developer's knowledge, there are no actions at law or similar proceedings
which are pending or threatened against the Developer which would result
in any material and adverse change to the Developer's financial condition,
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assets as of the date of this Agreement or that would materially and
adversely affect the ability of the Developer to proceed with the
construction and development of the Project. The Developer will do or
cause to be done all things necessary to preserve and keep in full force and
effect its existence and standing as a Missouri limited liability company
and authority to transact business in the State of Illinois, so long as the
Developer maintains an interest in the Property or has any other remaining
obligations pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
O. Neither the execution and delivery of this Agreement by the Developer, the
consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby by the Developer,
nor the fulfillment of or compliance with the terms and conditions of this
Agreement by the Developer conflicts with or will result in a breach of any
of the terms, conditions or provisions of any offerings or disclosure
statement made or to be made on behalf of the Developer (with the
Developer's prior written approval), any organizational documents, any
restriction, agreement or instrument to which the Developer or any of its
partners or venturers is now a party or by which the Developer or any of its
partners or its venturers is bound, or constitutes a default under any of the
foregoing, or results in the creation or imposition of any prohibited lien,
charge or encumbrance whatsoever upon any of the assets or rights of the
Developer, any related party or any of its venturers under the terms of any
instrument or agreement to which the Developer, any related party or any
of its partners or venturers is now a party or by which the Developer, any
related party or any of its venturers is bound.
P. The Developer has sufficient financial and economic resources to
implement and complete the Developer's obligations contained in this
Agreement. The Developer has or will obtain a firm commitment from a
financial institution providing all monies needed through third party
financing or alternatively will provide proof of access to sufficient funds
pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
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economic assistance from the City in order to commence and complete
the Project and, but for the economic assistance to be given by the City as
heretofore stated, the Project as contemplated would not be economically
viable nor would the funds necessary for its completion be made
available.
R. The Developer hereby represents and warrants that it shall comply with
all applicable laws, rules and regulations of the City of Rock Island, the
County of Rock Island, the State of Illinois, and the United States of
America, and any and all agencies or subdivisions thereof, and all other
governmental bodies and agencies having jurisdiction over the Property.
S. The Developer represents and warrants that it shall comply in all material
respects with all terms, provisions and conditions, and that it shall not
default or permit a continuing default under any document or agreement
relating to the Project or the financing and development of the Project,
including but not limited to this Agreement, and all agreements and
documentation executed and delivered in connection with any financing
or loans for the Project, a default under which would have a material
adverse effect on the tax revenue generated thereby to the City.
T. The Developer shall diligently pursue obtaining all required permits and
the Developer shall cause construction of the Project on the Property to
be diligently pursued and completed pursuant to the terms hereof with
due diligence, in good faith and without delay, subject to force majeure.
U. The Developer agrees that it will, from time to time, execute,
acknowledge and deliver, or cause to be executed, acknowledged and
delivered, such supplements hereto and such further instruments as may
be reasonably required for carrying out the intention of or facilitating the
performance of this Agreement.
V. The Developer covenants that no officer, member, manager, stockholder,
employee or agent, or any other person connected with the Developer,
has knowingly made, offered or given, either directly or indirectly, to any
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the City, or any other person connected with the City, any money or
anything of value as a gift or bribe or other means of influencing his or
her action in his or her capacity with the City, to the extent prohibited
under applicable law.
W. In accordance with Illinois law, 50 ILCS 105/3.1, simultaneously with
the execution of this Agreement by the Parties, the Developer or an
authorized managing member thereof shall submit a sworn affidavit to
the City disclosing the identity of every owner and beneficiary who has
any interest, real or personal, in the Project, and every shareholder
entitled to receive more than 7.5% of the total distributable income of
any corporation after having obtained such an interest in the Project or,
alternatively, if a corporation's stock is publicly traded, a sworn affidavit
by an officer of the Developer or its managing agent that there is no
readily known individual who has a greater than 7.5% interest, real or
personal, in the Developer or the Project. The sworn affidavit shall be
substantially similar to the one described in Exhibit B, attached hereto
and made a part of this Agreement. Said affidavit shall be updated, as
necessary.
X. The Developer shall cooperate with the City and provide the City with
the information in Developer's possession or control required and
necessary under the TIF Act to enable the City to comply with the TIF
Act and its obligations under this Agreement.
Y. The Developer agrees to comply with the fair employment/affirmative
action principles contemplated by the TIF Act and the redevelopment
plan as amended, for the Redevelopment Project Area, defined in the TIF
Ordinances, and with all applicable federal, state and municipal
regulations in connection with the construction of the Project.
Z. The Developer represents, warrants and covenants that no member,
official, officer, employee of the City, or any commission or committee
exercising authority over the Project or the Property, or any consultant
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or has owned or controlled any interest, direct or indirect, in the Project
or any portion of the Property, or will own or control any interest in the
Project, and that this Agreement will not violate Section 5/11-74.4-4(n)
of the TIF Act.
AA. The Developer has furnished to the City a project budget dated _____,
2017 (the "Project Budget") showing total costs for the Project in an
amount not less than Ten Million Five Hundred Seventy Four Thousand
Two Hundred and Twenty-Eight Dollars ($10,574,228.00). The
Developer hereby certifies to the City that the Project Budget is true,
correct and complete, to the best of the Developer's knowledge, in all
material respects. The Developer shall promptly deliver to the City
certified copies of any Material Change Orders (as hereinafter defined)
with respect to the Project Budget for approval. Material Change Orders
shall be defined as any changes to the Project Budget that, in the
aggregate, result in a reduction of the total cost of the Project by 5% or
more. The Developer must obtain the City Manager’s prior written
approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, before approving
and implementing any Material Change Orders.
BB. The Developer represents, warrants and covenants that it shall timely pay
all ad valorem real estate taxes due on the Property and Project.
Additionally, during the term of this Agreement the Developer and any
lessee, licensee, or user of the Property and/or Project shall not:
(1) appeal the equalized assessed valuation of all or a portion of the
Property and/or Project;
(2) seek a refund of the general ad valorem real estate taxes
attributable to the Property and/or Project;
(3) petition for tax-exempt status for all or a portion of the Property
and/or Project; or
(4) lease, sub-lease or license all or a portion of the Property and/or
Project to a tax-exempt organization or entity. The Developer shall
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Project from engaging in the above and include the provisions of
this Section in all leases and license agreements for all or a portion
of the Property and/or Project. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in
the event the assessed valuation of the Property and/or Project, or
the improvements located thereon, is materially inconsistent with
similarly situated property, the Developer may, upon prior notice to
and written consent from the City, protest the assessed value of the
Property and/or Project.
CC. Prior to the issuance of any City issued permit for the Project, the
Developer may obtain, and provide the City a copy of, a performance bond
and a labor and material payment bond in the form approved by the State
of Illinois Capital Development Board, which form is attached hereto and
made a part hereof as Exhibit E, and in an amount not less than Six Million
Six Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($6,610,000.00), said amount
representing the estimated renovation cost of the Project.
2.2 City Obligations and Agreements. In consideration of the substantial
commitment of the Developer to the development and construction of the Project, the
City, pursuant to its home rule authority and the TIF Act, agrees and covenants with the
Developer as follows:
A City Incentive. The City agrees to reimburse the Developer for those
Redevelopment Project Costs as set forth in Exhibit C, attached hereto and
made a part hereof, provided that the total reimbursement to the Developer
for Redevelopment Project Costs shall not exceed Two Million Four
Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand Dollars ($2,485,000.00) (the "City
Incentive"). The City's payment of the City Incentive will be paid by the
City to the Developer as set forth in Section 2.2(B) and is subject to the
reimbursement authorizations set forth in Section 2.2(C) below.
B. The City will contribute a property tax rebate of 98% of the TIF Tax Due
(increment) (i.e., the taxes that are distributed by the County to the TIF
Special Allocation Fund related to the portion (if any) of the property's
assessed value that exceeds $215,166.00 ($13,000 for PIN number

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0735210003 and $202,166 for PIN number 0735210004)) through the life
of the Downtown TIF District, including any extension thereof through a
legacy TIF District or similar extension. In subsequent years, so long as
the Project is not located in a TIF District pursuant to the previous
sentence, 98% of the city portion (the portion of the total tax bill
attributable to the subject property, after the expiration of the TIF, that is
distributed by the County to the City.) of the property tax bill up to a
maximum cumulative total of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) or 20
years under this paragraph B, whichever comes first.
a. The City will contribute, on a reimbursable basis, up to One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) towards the restoration
of the historic Blackhawk mural on the north side of the building.
b. The City will contribute, on a reimbursable basis, up to Seventy-
Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000.00) towards sidewalk and visitor
drop-off safety improvements.
c. The City will contribute, on a reimbursable basis, up to One
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) towards the build out
costs associated with the commercial space on the first floor, the
hotel & apartment lobbies and amenities related to the operation of the
building.
d. The City will contribute, on a reimbursable basis, up to Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00) of funds available in the
TIF fund towards the project with payments of Two Hundred Fifty
Thousand ($250,000.00) being made in 2019 and 2020.
e. The City will contribute the two (2) remaining payments of Three
Hundred Fifty-Five Thousand Dollars ($355,000.00), totaling
Seven Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($710,000.00) contemplated
under the River Lofts Redevelopment Agreement dated October 9,
2013 by and between Riverview Lofts, LLC and the City, as
amended on September 14, 2015. The Parties expressly agree and
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October 9, 2013 by and between Riverview Lofts, LLC and the City, as
amended on September 14, 2015 has been terminated and is of no further
force or effect.
f. The City will contribute up to a total, not to exceed, of Two Million
Four Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand Dollars ($2,485,000.00) in
this project.
g. In no event shall the City be required to pay interest costs
incurred by the Developer.

C. Reimbursement Procedure. The City shall not make any City
Incentive payment(s) to the Developer for eligible Redevelopment
Project Costs until the Developer has satisfied the following
conditions with regard to the City Incentive reimbursements:
1. The Developer has submitted to the City's Finance Director a
disbursement request ("Disbursement Request") on a form
attached hereto as Exhibit D and made a part hereof with respect to
such reimbursements.
2. The Developer is not in default under this Agreement after
expiration of all applicable cure periods.
3. The City has previously inspected and approved the work for which
the Redevelopment Project Costs are being reimbursed, which the
City shall be obligated to do within fourteen (14) days following
request by the Developer and the City shall approve such work if
such work conforms to the Final Plans in all material respects and
Developer's architect has delivered a certificate certifying the same.
Upon approval of the request for reimbursement, the City shall
place approved funds into escrow with a title company to be
mutually agreed upon between Developer and the City. Such title
company shall hold the amounts deposited into escrow pursuant to
a written escrow agreement providing for the release of the
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Occupancy for the Project.
4. The Developer shall have certified to the City as contemplated by
the Disbursement Request (Exhibit D) the following:
a. The Developer (or its successor or assign, if applicable) is
duly organized and validly existing.
b. The Developer has the right, power and authority to submit
the request for payment and to perform its obligations under
this Agreement.
c. To the best of the Developer's knowledge, no event of
default or condition or event which, with the giving of
notice or passage of time or both, would constitute an event
of default under this Agreement or any other agreement
with the City concerning the Project exists and remains un-
remedied.
d. The requested disbursement is for Redevelopment Project
Costs which are qualified for payment under this
Agreement.
e. None of the items for which payment is requested has
already been reimbursed pursuant to this Section.
f. The payment is due and owing (or has already been paid)
from the Developer to its construction manager, contractor,
subcontractor or material supplier or others.
g. No lien exists against the Redevelopment Property except
those that the Developer, in good faith and based upon
reasonable grounds, is contesting.
h. The Developer has certified, by executing a Disbursement
Request in the form of Exhibit D, the work for which payment is
sought has been completed in all material respects.
5. The Developer shall have provided to the City with regard to the City
Incentive:
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with respect to the payment requested.
b. Proof in a form reasonably acceptable to the City, such as a
contractor's sworn statement or architect's certification, that
the Developer is or was obligated to make the payments for
which reimbursement is sought.

6. The Developer shall have paid (or cause to be paid) any and all taxes and
governmental charges of any kind that may at any time be lawfully
assessed and payable with respect to the Project and/or the Redevelopment
Property.
7. The Developer shall, upon reasonable request by the City, permit the City
to review all documentation required to evidence the cost of the City
Incentive items such records to include, but not be limited to, all contracts
with general contractors and all subcontractors, contractors' sworn
affidavits, lien waivers, title company ledgers and any other similar
documentation specified by the City and in the possession of the
Developer. The City may require an audit of all evidence of the cost of
City Incentive items, such audit to be performed by an auditor selected by
the City in its sole discretion and at the City's cost.
8. It is understood that the amounts of the City Incentive payments provided
herein are the maximum amounts the City will be required to pay or
reimburse the Developer. Notwithstanding anything contained herein, the
City shall not be obligated to make any payment to the Developer unless
and until the City receives Incremental Real Estate Taxes attributable to
the Project and/or Redevelopment Project Area, as applicable, and shall be
limited to the monies contained in the Special Tax Allocation Fund, as
applicable.
9. All reimbursements made hereunder shall be made to Developer or to an
Affiliate of Developer designated in writing by Developer. For purposes
of this Agreement, an “Affiliate” shall mean any entity under the
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before the closing at which the Developer acquires the Property, comply
with the requirements of 50 ILCS 105/3.1 by completing the Disclosure
Affidavit attached hereto as Exhibit B; in the event the Affidavit discloses
a prohibited or potentially prohibited conflict of interest, this Agreement
shall not become effective unless and until any such conflict or potential
conflict is resolved satisfactorily. Further, as required by the cited statute,
for any entity that is wholly or partially owned by another entity, the
names of the owners of the wholly or partially owning entity shall be
disclosed, as well as the names of the owners of the wholly or partially
owned entity.

ARTICLE III.
AUTHORITY
3.1 Powers.
A. The City hereby represents and warrants to the Developer that the City has
full constitutional and lawful right, power and authority, under currently
applicable law, to execute and deliver and perform the terms and
obligations of this Agreement, and the foregoing has been, or will be, duly
and validly authorized and approved by all necessary City proceedings,
findings and actions. Accordingly, this Agreement constitutes the legal,
valid and binding obligation of the City, and is enforceable in accordance
with its terms and provisions and the execution of this Agreement does not
require the consent of any other governmental authority.

B. The Developer hereby represents and warrants to the City that the
Developer has full lawful right, power and authority, under currently
applicable law, to execute and deliver and perform the terms and
obligations of this Agreement, and the foregoing has been or will be duly
and validly authorized and approved by all necessary Developer actions.
Accordingly, this Agreement constitutes the legal, valid and binding
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and provisions and does not require the consent of any other party.
3.2 Authorized Parties. Except in cases where the approval or authorization of the
City's Corporate Authorities is required by law, whenever, under the provisions of this
Agreement, or other related documents and instruments or any duly authorized
supplemental agreements, any request, demand, approval, notice or consent of the City or
the Developer is required, or the City or the Developer is required to agree to, or to take
some action at, the request of the other, such request, demand, approval, notice or
consent, or agreement shall be given for the City, unless otherwise provided herein, by the
City Manager or his designee and for the Developer by any manager of the Developer so
authorized (and, in any event, the officers executing this Agreement are so authorized).
Any Party shall be authorized to act on any such request, demand, approval, notice or
consent, or agreement or other action and neither Party hereto shall have any complaint
against the other as a result of any such action taken.

ARTICLE IV.
GENERAL PROVISIONS
4.1 Time of Essence. Time is of the essence of this Agreement. The Parties will make
every reasonable effort to expedite the subject matters hereof and acknowledge that the
successful performance of this Agreement requires their continued cooperation.
4.2 Mutual Assistance. The Parties agree to take such actions, including the
execution and delivery of such documents, instruments and certifications (and, in the case
of the City, the adoption of such ordinances and resolutions), as may be necessary or
appropriate from time to time to carry out the terms, provisions and intent of this
Agreement and to aid and assist each other in carrying out such terms, provisions and
intent.
Provided the Developer is in compliance with this Agreement, the City agrees that
it shall not revoke or amend the redevelopment plan for the Redevelopment Project Area
or this Agreement if such revocation or amendment would prevent the development of
the Project in accordance with this Agreement. The Parties shall cooperate fully with
each other in securing from any and all appropriate governmental authorities (whether
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authorizations and approvals to develop and construct the Project.
4.3 Force Majeure. For the purposes of this Agreement, neither the Developer nor
the City shall be considered to be in breach of any of its obligations hereunder if said
Party is unable to acquire any property which, by the terms of this Agreement, said Party
was required to acquire. Force majeure delay means any delay in the construction caused
by any one or combination of the following, which are beyond the reasonable control of
and without the fault of the Party relying thereon: fire, flood, or other casualty;
performance prevented by strike or other labor troubles, other than those caused by
Developer; governmental restrictions, takings, and limitations arising subsequent to the
date hereof; war or other national emergency; shortage of material not attributable to any
action or conduct of Developer; extreme adverse weather conditions, such as, by way of
illustration and not limitation, severe rain storms or below freezing temperatures,
tornadoes or cyclones; any delay in the performance by Developer resulting from the
non-performance of the City's responsibilities; and any other extraordinary events or
conditions beyond the reasonable control of the Developer or the City which, in fact,
unreasonably interferes with the ability of the Developer or the City to discharge its
respective obligations hereunder. Force majeure delay shall not include: (1) economic
hardship or impracticability of performance, (2) commercial or economic frustration of
purpose, or (3) a failure of performance by a contractor (except as caused by events
which cause a force majeure delay as to that contractor).
In each case where a Party hereto believes its performance of any specific
obligation, duty or covenant is delayed or impaired by reason of an event of force
majeure delay, the Party claiming the benefit of this Section shall notify the other Party
of the nature of the event claimed to constitute force majeure delay and, specifically, the
obligation, duty or covenant which it believes is delayed or impaired by reason of the
designated event. Notification shall be provided in accordance with this Agreement.
Performance of the obligation, duty or covenant impaired by reason of the designated
event shall be tolled for that period of time reasonably necessary to remove or otherwise
cure the impediment to performance and the Party relying on the event of force majeure
delay shall be obligated to pursue such remedy or cure with reasonable diligence given
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shall an event of force majeure delay toll the performance of any obligation, duty or
covenant not directly implicated in the claimed event of force majeure delay. Further,
nothing herein shall be deemed to preclude the right of the Party entitled, by the terms of
this Agreement, to receive the performance of any obligation, duty or covenant to
challenge the validity of a claimed event of force majeure delay.
4.4 Breach. A Party shall be deemed to be in breach this Agreement if it fails to
materially perform, observe or comply with any of its covenants, agreements or
obligations hereunder or breaches or violates any of its representations contained in this
Agreement after the expiration of the cure period applicable thereto.
4.5 Cure of Breach. Except as otherwise provided herein, the Party claiming that the
other Party has failed to perform any provision of this Agreement shall notify the other of
the alleged failure and shall demand performance. No breach of this Agreement may be
found to have occurred if performance has commenced to the reasonable satisfaction of
the complaining Party within sixty (60) days of such notice. The conduct necessary to
remedy the alleged breach must be diligently pursued until the cure is perfected. The
obligation to cure defaults shall be tolled during any applicable time period during which
a delay in performance is permitted as an event of force majeure delay, but the tolling
shall be limited to the obligation or action as to which the force majeure delay provisions
apply.
In the event that either Party shall breach any provision of this Agreement and fail
to cure, the non-defaulting Party may enforce the terms hereof by filing any action or
proceeding available at law or in equity in the Illinois Circuit Court for the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit sitting in Rock Island County, including an action for specific
performance of the covenants and agreements herein contained. In the event Developer
fails to cure any breach, the City may make claim upon the performance bond in addition
to seeking remedies available at law or in equity. In addition, a non-defaulting Party may
recover actual damages, but not consequential damages, directly and proximately relating
to the defaulting Party's failure to perform. Except as otherwise set forth herein, no action
taken by a Party shall be deemed to constitute an election of remedies and all remedies
set forth in this Agreement shall be cumulative and nonexclusive of any other remedy
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4.6 Amendment. This Agreement may be amended only by the mutual consent of the
Parties evidenced by a written amendment, by the adoption of an ordinance or resolution
of the City approving said written amendment, as provided by law, and by the execution
of said written amendment by the Parties or their successors in interest.
4.7 Superseding Agreement. This Agreement sets forth all agreements, understandings
and covenants between and among the Parties relative to the matters herein contained.
This Agreement supersedes all prior agreements, negotiations and understandings,
written and oral, and shall be deemed, together with all plans, specifications, budgets, and
other documents which will be required in the performance of the agreement, a full
integration of the entire agreement of the Parties.
4.8 Severability. If any provisions, covenants, agreement or portion of this Agreement,
or its application to any person, entity or property, is held invalid, such invalidity shall
not affect the application or validity of any other provisions, covenants or portions of this
Agreement and, to that end, all provisions, covenants, agreements or portions of this
Agreement are declared to be severable.
4.9 Consent or Approval. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, whenever
consent or approval written or otherwise of any Party to this Agreement is required, such
consent or approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, delayed, or conditioned.
4.10 Illinois Law. This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the
State of Illinois, and venue shall lie exclusively in the Illinois Circuit Court for the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit sitting in Rock Island County.
4.11 Notice. All notices required or permitted to be given in performance of this
Agreement shall be in writing and shall be given by: (i) personal delivery; or (ii) a
nationally recognized overnight delivery service; or (iii) United States Certified Mail,
return receipt requested, postage prepaid. All notices shall be addressed to the Parties at
their respective addresses set forth below, and shall be deemed given and effective (a)
upon receipt or refusal if delivered personally; (b) one (1) business day after depositing
with such an overnight courier service, or (c) two (2) business days after deposit in the
United States Mail. A Party may change its address for receipt of notices by service of a
notice of such change in accordance herewith. All notices by facsimile or email shall be
subsequently confirmed by U.S. certified or registered mail.

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If to the City:
City of Rock Island
Attn: City Manager
1528 3rd Avenue
Rock Island, Illinois 61201
Fax No. (309) 732-2921

with a copy to:
Mr. David Morrison
City Attorney City of Rock Island
1515 4th Avenue
Rock Island, Illinois 61201
Fax No. (309) 786-7654
Email: dmorrison@mmcwlaw.com

If to the Developer:
Mr. Sam S. Estep
President and Chief Development Officer
Saratoga Capital, LLC
550 Washington Avenue, Suite 310
St. Louis (Clayton), Missouri 63105
Email: sam.estep@saratogacapitalgroup.com

with a copy to:
David T. Woods
Rosenblum Goldenhersh
7733 Forsyth Boulevard, Suite 400
St. Louis (Clayton), Missouri 63105
Fax: (314) 726-6786
Email: daw@rgsz.com

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4.12 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, each of
which shall be an original and all of which shall constitute but one and the same
agreement.
4.13 Term of Agreement; Extension of Term of TIF. The term ("Term") of this
Agreement shall commence on the date first above written and continue for a maximum
period of Twenty (20) years. Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything contained herein
to the contrary, this Agreement, and all City obligations herein shall be null and void if a
permanent certificate of occupancy is not issued for the Project prior to December 31,
2018, subject to any force majeure delay extensions.
4.14 Good Faith and Fair Dealing. City and Developer acknowledge their duty to
exercise their rights and remedies hereunder and to perform their covenants, agreements
and obligations hereunder, reasonably and in good faith.
4.15 Drafting. Each Party and its counsel have participated in the drafting of this
Agreement therefore none of the language contained in this Agreement shall be
presumptively construed in favor of or against either Party.
4.16 Covenants Run with the Land/Successors and Assigns. It is intended that the
covenants, conditions, agreements, promises, obligations and duties of each Party as set
forth in this Agreement shall be construed as covenants and that, to the fullest extent
legally possible, all such covenants shall run with and be enforceable against both the
covenanted and the Project. Such covenants shall terminate upon termination or
expiration of this Agreement.
This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of, and shall be binding upon each Developer
and each of Developer's respective successors, grantees and assigns, and upon successor
corporate authorities of the City and successor municipalities. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, prior to the issuance of a permanent Certificate of Occupancy, the Developer
shall not assign its interest in this Agreement to any party that is not an Affiliate of
Developer (except for a collateral assignment for the financing of the Project) or
voluntarily convey the Property and/or Project without the prior written consent of the
City.
4.17 Default Shall Not Permit Termination of Agreement. No default under this
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Agreement; provided, however, this limitation shall not affect any specific rights or
remedies the Parties may have by reason of any default under this Agreement.
4.18 Right to Enjoin. In the event of any violation or threatened violation of any of the
provisions of this Agreement by a Party or occupant of the Property, any other Party shall
have the right to apply to the Illinois Circuit Court for the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
sitting in Rock Island County for an injunction against such violation or threatened
violation, and/or for a decree of specific performance.
4.19 Partial Funding. Except as otherwise set for in this Agreement, the Developer
acknowledges and agrees that the economic assistance to be received by the Developer as
set forth in this Agreement is intended to be and shall be a source of partial funding for
the Project and agrees that any additional funding above and beyond said economic
assistance shall be solely the responsibility of the Developer. The Developer
acknowledges and agrees that the amount of economic assistance set forth in this
Agreement represents the maximum amount of economic assistance to be received by the
Developer, provided the Developer complies with the terms and provisions set forth in
this Agreement. The Developer further acknowledges and agrees that the City is not a
joint developer or joint venturer with the Developer and the City is in no way responsible
for completion of any portion of the Project.
4.20 Attorney Fees. Should it become necessary to bring legal action or proceedings to
enforce this Agreement, or any portion thereof, or to declare the effect of the provisions
of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover or offset against sums
due, its costs, including reasonable attorney's fees, in addition to whatever other relief the
prevailing party may be entitled.
4.21 No Joint Venture, Agency or Partnership Created. Neither anything in this
Agreement nor any acts of the Parties to this Agreement shall be construed by the Parties
or any third person to create the relationship of a partnership, agency, or joint venture
between or among such Parties.
4.22 Waiver. Any party to this Agreement may elect to waive any right or remedy it may
enjoy hereunder, provided that no such waiver shall be deemed to exist unless such
waiver is in writing. No such waiver shall obligate the waiver of any other right or
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provided pursuant to this Agreement.
4.23 No Personal Liability of Officials of City or Developer. No covenant or
agreement contained in this Agreement shall be deemed to be the covenant or agreement
of the Mayor, City Council Member, City Manager, any official, officer, partner,
member, director, agent, employee or attorney of the City or Developer, in his or her
individual capacity, and no official, officer, partner, member, director, agent, employee or
attorney of the City or Developer shall be liable under this Agreement or be subject to
any personal liability or accountability by person of or in connection with or arising out
of the execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement, or any failure in that
connection.
4.24 Repealer. To the extent that any ordinance, resolution, rule, order, or provision of
the City's code of ordinances, or any part thereof, is in conflict with the provisions of this
Agreement, the provisions of the code of ordinances shall be controlling.
4.25 Estoppel Certificates. Each of the parties hereto agree to provide the other, upon
not less than ten (10) business days prior request, a certificate ("Estoppel Certificate")
certifying that this Agreement is in full force and effect (unless such is not the case, in
which case such parties shall specify the basis for such claim), that the requesting party is
not in default of any term, provision or condition of this Agreement beyond any
applicable notice and cure provision (or specifying each such claimed default) and
certifying such other matters reasonably requested by the requesting party.
4.26 Municipal Limitations. All municipal commitments are limited to the extent
required by law.
4.27 Effectiveness. The Effective Date for this Agreement shall be the day on which this
Agreement is fully executed by the Parties. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary
contained herein, this Agreement shall only become effective, upon acquisition of the
Property by Developer or an Affiliate of Developer, and until such time, neither party
hereto shall have any rights, duties or obligations with respect to this Agreement; in the
event the Developer has not acquired title to the Property by January 19, 2018, this
agreement shall become null and void.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties have duly executed this Agreement pursuant to
all requisite authorizations as of the date first above written.
CITY OF ROCK ISLAND,
an Illinois Municipal Corporation
By:
City Manager
Saratoga Capital Group, LLC
a Missouri limited liability company
By:
Its: Managing Member

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EXHIBIT A

Legal Description of Property

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EXHIBIT B

DISCLOSURE AFFIDAVIT

State of Illinois )
) ss
County of )

THE DEVELOPER MUST SIGN THIS AFFIDAVIT.
I, , reside at in the
City/Village of , County of , State of Illinois, being first duly sworn and having personal
knowledge of the below facts, swear to the following:
That I am over the age of eighteen and serve as the Managing Member of Saratoga
Capital, LLC
("Developer").
That the Property in question has a common street address referred to as: 4201 18th
Street, in the City of Rock Island, County of Rock Island, State of Illinois, and with a
Property Index Number(s) of (hereinafter "Redevelopment
Property").
That I understand that pursuant to 50 ILCS 105/3.1, prior to execution of the
Redevelopment Agreement between the Developer and the City, state law requires the
owner, authorized trustee, corporate official or managing agent to submit a sworn
affidavit to the City disclosing the identity of every owner and beneficiary who will
obtain any interest, real or personal, in the Property, and every shareholder who will be
entitled to receive more than 7.5% of the total distributable income of any corporation
having any interest, real or personal, in the Property after this transaction is
consummated.
As the owner, authorized trustee, corporate official or management agent, I declare under
oath that (choose one):
(a) The owners or beneficiaries of the trust are _______________; or
(b) The shareholders with more than 7 ½ % interest are; or

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(c) The corporation is publicly traded and there is no readily known individual having
greater than a 7 ½ % interest in the corporation.

This instrument is made to induce the City to enter into the Redevelopment Agreement
and in accordance with 50 ILCS 105/3.1.
Affiant:
Subscribed and Sworn to before me this ___ day of______, 2017.

Notary Public

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EXHIBIT C

Eligible Redevelopment Project Costs

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EXHIBIT D

Form of a Tax Increment Financing Requisition Certificate
(“Disbursement Request”)

TO: CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
FROM: (“Developer”)
SUBJECT: CITY OF ROCK ISLAND TAX INCREMENT FINANCING
REDEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (BEST BUILDING PROJECT)
This represents Requisition Certificate No. in the total amount of $_____ for
payment of costs of the Project.
The undersigned does certify that:
1. All of the expenditures for which moneys are requested hereby represent proper costs
of the Project, have not been included in a previous Requisition Certificate and have
been properly recorded on the City's books.
2. The moneys requested hereby are not greater than those necessary to meet obligations
due and payable or to reimburse Developer for funds actually advanced for costs of
the Project. The moneys requested do not include retention or other moneys not yet
due or earned under construction contracts.
3. All of the payment herein requested from the TIF Fund have been used or are being
used by the Developer for eligible tax increment financing costs of the Project first
incurred on or after .

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Executed this __day of , .

Developer:
__________________________

By:
Its: Managing Member

Approved:

City of Rock Island

By:

Its:

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Memorandum
Community and Economic Development
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager

Subject: LC-13 Liquor Compliance Field Inspections

Date: August 8, 2017

The Illinois Liquor Control Commission contacted local jurisdictions to request that they conduct
LC-13 liquor compliance inspections that were previously performed by state. The Alcoholic
Liquor Enforcement Pilot Program consists of a contractual agreement between the Illinois
Department of Revenue and the local municipality.

The LC-13 compliance inspections may be conducted by various departments involved in code
enforcement such as police, fire, or health departments. The Rock Island County Health
Department was initially contacted, since the facilities serving alcohol are already inspected and
licensed by the local health departments for compliance with the Illinois Food Code
requirements.

Rock Island, Moline, and East Moline each have a health inspector to conduct environmental
health inspections within the city limits, while the Rock Island County Health Department covers
the rest of the county. The county Health Department has no desire to conduct liquor
inspections in these cities.

Local jurisdictions will receive $75.00 per liquor license for the annual LC-13 inspection. The
current list provided by the liquor commission shows 87 facilities in Rock Island. Any questions
or egregious violations will be referred directly to the state liquor inspectors for further
investigation and follow-up. The state estimates that a routine inspection may take anywhere
from 30-60 minutes, depending on type of liquor license and size.

Using the above numbers, trained Inspection Division staff will annually spend no more than 87
hours and generate revenue of $6,525.00, which will adequately cover the cost of the
inspections performed by city staff. Staff will endeavor to combine LC-13 and Food Service
Inspections if possible.

Attached is the Proposal for LC-13 Inspection Program, along with the contract.

RECOMMENDATION:

That the City Council approve the pilot program and direct the City Manager to sign the LC-13
Liquor Inspection contract with the Illinois Liquor Control Commission.

Submitted by: Thomas G. Ayers, Chief Building Official
Chandler M. Poole, CED Director

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT
Alcoholic Liquor Enforcement Pilot Program

[City of Rock Island]
[1528 3rd Avenue, Rock Island, IL 61201]

Federal Employers Identification No: 36-6006077 hereinafter referred to as
Contractor or Vendor, and the State of Illinois, Illinois Department of
Revenue, hereinafter referred to as the Department, in consideration of the
mutual covenant herein contained, agree as follows:

1. NATURE AND CONDITIONS OF ASSIGNMENT

The Contractor agrees to provide the following goods and/or services to
the Department; which goods and/or services shall be expected to meet
acceptable levels of performance:

In the event of a conflict between the Department’s and the
Contractor’s terms, conditions and attachments, the Department’s terms,
conditions and attachments shall prevail.

A. The Contractor agrees to conduct one Standard Compliance Inspection for
each license holder listed in this Agreement. A Standard Compliance
Inspection is an investigation to determine whether or not a license holder
has complied with the statutes and rules as represented in the LC-13
Inspection Report copied in Addendum 2 to this Agreement. The number of
alcoholic liquor license holders affected by this Agreement is determined to
be __87__ as listed in Addendum 1 to this Agreement.
B. No local enforcement agent shall conduct a Standard Compliance
Inspection unless the enforcement agent has attended a minimum of one
training session conducted by an agent of the Department. Prior to
conducting a Standard Compliance Inspection, the Department will notify
the Contractor of all Contractor agents authorized to conduct Standard
Compliance Inspections. Upon execution of this Agreement, the
Department and Contractor will schedule training at a reasonable time
to enable the performance of this Agreement.
C. Inspections: The Contractor shall conduct one Standard Compliance
Inspection annually for each alcoholic liquor license in Addendum 1.
D. Contractor shall conduct Standard Compliance Inspections to monitor
violations listed in Addendum 2. Agent of the Contractor shall sign
Part 11 of Addendum 2 as “Local liquor control agent”.
E. Upon completion of the Standard Compliance Inspection, the Contractor
shall enter the inspection results into the Department internet based
reporting portal and/or submit to Department in writing a completed LC-
13 liquor inspection report (Addendum 2) within ten (10) business days
of completing the Standard Compliance Inspection. Contractor is
required to enter/submit one inspection report annually for each
license holder listed in Addendum 1. Inspection reports shall be
electronically mailed to an address to be determined by the Department.
Contractor shall return the full subsidy per license holder ($75) for
each report not submitted or entered or Department will debit the
amount from next fiscal year’s payment.

Contractor may conduct additional inspections of license holders as it
deems appropriate to ensure the license holder is in compliance with
Department rules and not in violation of Illinois statutes. Any
additional inspections will be at no cost to the Department.
F. Contractor shall make the inspecting agent available for Department
questioning and testimony at an evidentiary hearing before the Illinois
Liquor Control Commission if such a hearing becomes necessary as a
result of the Standard Compliance Inspection.
G. The Contractor is required to show proof of insurance meeting the
requirements in section “12. Liability and Insurance” of this contract.
If during the contract time period the proof of insurance document
provided expires, the Contractor will provide updated proof of
insurance.
H. Request for payment for services will be made by the Department
immediately after the Contractor’s scheduled training has been
completed or upon contract execution if the Contractor has been
previously trained.
i) Permissible expenditures of the payment include but are not
limited to: payroll and payroll related expenses incurred by
individuals conducting work related to the requirements with the
individuals including Administrative staff, enforcement officers;
travel related expenses including vehicle costs/maintenance;
training costs for officers; purchase of meal allowances;
software and/or equipment purchase for training; equipment
purchases for inspections; and educational and/or training
materials to supplement Inspection Training Guidance Manual.
Questions regarding acceptable expenditures should be directed
to Sean O’Leary, Department of Revenue.
ii) Funds must be expended by June 30, 2018.
iii) Any funds not expended by June 30, 2018 shall be returned to
the Department within 45 days.

2. PAYMENT FOR SERVICES

The amount payable for the services rendered shall be $75 per each
retail alcoholic liquor license (See Addendum 1). This total
remuneration will be paid in two equal installments. The first
installment shall be payable upon the execution of this contract. The
final installment shall be payable upon completion of all required
inspections agreed upon in this contract (See Addendum 1).
Notwithstanding the list of retailers contained within Addendum 1, the
final payment made to Contractor will be limited to the number of
actual inspections conducted by Contractor. No other charge by the
Contractor may be paid for services rendered under this agreement
without the written approval of the Department.

3. REIMBURSEMENT FOR EXPENSES

The Contractor will not be eligible for reimbursement by the Department
of any additional expenses that the Contractor accrues in performance
of this Agreement.
4. GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED

The Contractor shall accept assignments within the following geographic
area: State of Illinois: City limits of Rock Island.

5. DURATION OF AGREEMENT

This agreement shall begin on the date of execution, and remain in
effect until June 30, 2018. No payment shall be made for services
rendered prior to the effective date of this agreement.

6. TERMINATION

Each party reserves the right to terminate this contract at any time on
30 days written notice to the other party. In the event of default or
non-compliance with the terms of this contract, it may be terminated
immediately. In the event of termination, the Department shall not be
liable for amounts other than payments for services hereunder which
have accrued up to the date of termination.

7. TAX LAW COMPLIANCE

This contract is expressly conditioned upon the Contractor being and at
all time remaining in compliance with all Illinois tax laws. The
Department reserves the right to conduct tax law compliance checks to
determine that the Contractor is in compliance with all Illinois tax
laws. In the event the Department determines that the Contractor is
not in compliance with all Illinois tax laws, this contract may be
terminated immediately at the Department's option.

8. VOUCHERS

The Department shall submit, on behalf of the Contractor, vouchers for
payments under this agreement monthly, semi-annually, or annually; the
Contractor shall account for the completion of work on such forms and
under such procedures as are required by the Department. Vouchers
submitted more than thirty (30) days following termination of this
agreement or later than thirty (30) days following the end of the
fiscal year (June 30, 2018), will not be honored by the Department.

9. EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Contractor acknowledges that for purposes of the Illinois Pension Code,
the State Employees' Group Insurance Program and other benefits
provided to persons who are on the regular payroll of the State, the
services rendered pursuant to this agreement are not rendered as an
employee of the State and amounts paid pursuant to this agreement do
not constitute compensation paid to an employee for such purposes.

10. LAWS OF ILLINOIS
This contract shall be governed by Illinois law and administrative rule
including the Standard Procurement Rules. Any claim against the State
arising out of this contract must be filed exclusively with the
Illinois Court of Claims, or if jurisdiction is not accepted, then with
the appropriate state or federal court located in Sangamon County,
Illinois (705 ILCS 505/1).

11. CONFIDENTIALITY

A. CONFIDENTIALITY OF TAX RETURN INFORMATION. Services provided
to the Department by Vendor may require Vendor to have access to
and use of documents and data which may contain tax return
information. Tax returns and tax return information are
confidential and may not be disclosed under Illinois or federal
law, including, but not limited to, 35 ILCS 5/917, 35 ILCS
120/11, 26 U.S.C. 7213, and 26 U.S.C. 7431. These statutes
provide for the imposition of criminal penalties for improper
disclosure of confidential tax return information. Vendor agrees
that it shall keep confidential all tax returns and tax return
information that it accesses and uses in performance of its
services to the Department and will not provide it to any third
party unless approved in writing by the Department. Vendor
agrees to protect such information from unauthorized disclosure
by it and its employees and by its corporate affiliates and their
employees and to strictly limit access to such information to its
personnel who require said information to perform their duties.
Vendor further agrees to inform its personnel having access to
such information of the confidential and statutorily protected
nature of tax information and of the penalties associated with
improper use or disclosure of such information.

B. CONFIDENTIALITY OF PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES. Services
provided to the Department by Vendor may require Vendor to have
access to and use of processes and procedures employed by the
Department in its administration of the Illinois tax acts. These
processes and procedures are the property of the Department and
are highly confidential. To the extent permitted by law, vendor
agrees that it shall keep confidential any and all information
concerning such systems, processes, and procedures and will not
provide it to any third party. Vendor further agrees to protect
such information from unauthorized disclosure by Vendor and its
employees and by Vendor’s corporate affiliates and their
employees and to strictly limit access to such information to its
personnel who require said information to perform their duties.
In the event Vendor receives a FOIA request for any of this
information that the Department deems confidential, Vendor agrees
to consult the Department prior to producing the information
requested, and Vendor agrees to exert applicable exemptions.

12. LIABILITY AND INSURANCE

The State does not assume any liability for acts or omissions of
Contractor and such liability rests solely with Contractor. The State
is unable to indemnify or hold harmless any contractor for claims based
on the State's use of the contractor provided goods and services
including software. Any liability for damages that the State might
have is expressly limited by and subject to the provisions of the
Illinois Court of Claims Act and to the availability of suitable
appropriations. Contractor shall carry public liability, casualty and
auto insurance in sufficient amount to protect the State from liability
for acts of Contractor. Minimum acceptable coverage for bodily injury
shall be $250,000 per person and $500,000 per occurrence and for
property damage, $100,000 per occurrence. Contractor shall carry
Worker's Compensation Insurance in amount required by law.

If risk of loss transfers before delivery and installation at State's
site, Contractor shall procure insurance chargeable to the State to
cover all reasonable risks.

The State may self-insure against any and all risks.

13. APPLICABLE LAW

This agreement and contractor’s obligations and services hereunder are
hereby made and must be performed in compliance with all applicable
federal and state laws. This agreement shall be construed in
accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois.

14. LEGAL ABILITY TO CONTRACT: Vendor certifies it is under no legal prohibition
on contracting with the State of Illinois, has no known conflicts of interest
and further specifically certifies that:

A. Vendor, its employees and subcontractors will comply with applicable
provisions of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Federal
Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12101 et
seq.) and applicable rules in performance under this Contract.

B. Vendor is not in default on an educational loan (5 ILCS 385/3).

C. Vendor (if an individual, sole proprietor, or partner) has informed the
director of the Agency in writing if he/she was formerly employed by that
agency and has received an early retirement incentive prior to 1993 under
Section 14-108.3 or 16-133.3 of the Illinois Pension Code, 40 ILCS 5/14-108.3
and 40 ILCS 5/16-133.3, and acknowledges that contracts made without the
appropriate filing with the Auditor General are not payable from the
“contractual services” or other appropriation line items. Vendor has not
received an early retirement incentive on or after 2002 under Section 14-
108.3 or 16-133.3 of the Illinois Pension Code, 40 ILCS 5/14-108.3 and 40
ILCS 5/16-133.3, and acknowledges that contracts in violation of Section 15a
of the State Finance Act are not payable from the “contractual services” or
other appropriation line items (30 ILCS 105/15a).

D. Vendor certifies (i) that it will offer to assume the collective
bargaining obligations of the prior employer, including any existing
collective bargaining agreement with the bargaining representative of any
existing collective bargaining unit or units performing substantially similar
work to the services covered by the contract subject to its bid or offer, and
(ii) that it shall offer employment to all employees currently employed in
any existing bargaining unit performing substantially similar work that will
be performed under this contract (30 ILCS 500/25-80).

E. Vendor has not been convicted of bribing or attempting to bribe an
officer or employee of the State of Illinois or any other State, nor has
Vendor made an admission of guilt of such conduct that is a matter of record
(30 ILCS 500/50-5).

F. If Vendor has been convicted of a felony, at least five years
have passed after the date of completion of the sentence for such felony,
unless no person held responsible by a prosecutor’s office for the facts
upon which the conviction was based continues to have any involvement
with the business (30 ILCS 500/50-10).

G. If Vendor, or any officer, director, partner, or other managerial agent
of Vendor, has been convicted of a felony under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of
2002, or a Class 3 or Class 2 felony under the Illinois Securities Law of
1953, at least five years have passed since the date of the conviction.
Vendor further certifies that it is not barred from being awarded a contract
and acknowledges that the State shall declare the Contract void if this
certification is false (30 ILCS 500/50-10.5).

H. Vendor and its affiliates are not delinquent in the payment of any debt
to the State (or if delinquent has entered into a deferred payment plan
to pay the debt), and Vendor and its affiliates acknowledge the State
may declare the Contract void if this certification is false (30 ILCS
500/50-11) or if Vendor or an affiliate later becomes delinquent and
has not entered into a deferred payment plan to pay off the debt (30
ILCS 500/50-60).

I. Vendor and all affiliates shall collect and remit Illinois Use Tax on
all sales of tangible personal property into the State of Illinois in
accordance with provisions of the Illinois Use Tax Act (30 ILCS 500/50-
12) and acknowledges that failure to comply can result in the Contract
being declared void.

J. Vendor certifies that it has not committed a willful or knowing
violation of the Environmental Protection Act (relating to Civil Penalties
under the Environmental Protection Act) within the last five years, and is
therefore not barred from being awarded a contract. If the State later
determines that this certification was falsely made by the Vendor, the Vendor
acknowledges that the State may declare the Contract void (30 ILCS 500/50-
14).

K. Vendor has not paid any money or valuable thing to induce any person to
refrain from bidding on a State contract, nor has Vendor accepted any money
or other valuable thing, or acted upon the promise of same, for not bidding
on a State contract (30 ILCS 500/50-25).

L. Vendor is not in violation of the “Revolving Door” section of the
Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50-30).

M. Vendor will report to the Illinois Attorney General and the Chief
Procurement Officer any suspected collusion or other anti-competitive
practice among any bidders, offerors, contractors, proposers or
employees of the State (30 ILCS 500/50-40, 50-45, 50-50).

N. In accordance with the Steel Products Procurement Act, steel products
used or supplied in the performance of a contract for public works
shall be manufactured or produced in the United States, unless the
executive head of the procuring agency grants an exception (30 ILCS
565).

O. Vendor will, pursuant to the Drug Free Workplace Act, provide a drug
free workplace and Vendor and its employees shall not engage in the
unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of
a controlled substance during the performance of the Contract. This
certification applies to contracts of $5000 or more with individuals;
and to entities with 25 or more employees (30 ILCS 580).

P. Neither Vendor nor any substantially owned affiliate is participating
or shall participate in an international boycott in violation of the
U.S. Export Administration Act of 1979 or the applicable regulations of
the U.S. Department of Commerce. This certification applies to
contracts that exceed $10,000 (30 ILCS 582).

Q. Vendor has not been convicted of the offense of bid rigging or bid
rotating or any similar offense of any state or of the United States
(720 ILCS 5/33 E-3, E-4).

R. Vendor complies with the Illinois Department of Human Rights Act and
rules applicable to public contracts, including equal employment
opportunity, refraining from unlawful discrimination, and having
written sexual harassment policies (775 ILCS 5/2-105).

S. Vendor does not pay dues to, or reimburse or subsidize payments by its
employees for any dues or fees to any “discriminatory club” (775 ILCS
25/2).

T. Vendor complies with the State Prohibition of Goods from Forced Labor
Act, and certifies that no foreign-made equipment, materials, or
supplies furnished to the State under the Contract have been or will be
produced in whole or in part by forced labor, or indentured labor under
penal sanction (30 ILCS 583).

U. Vendor certifies that no foreign-made equipment, materials, or supplies
furnished to the State under the Contract have been produced in whole
or in part by the labor or any child under the age of 12 (30 ILCS 584).

V. Vendor certifies that it is not in violation of Section 50-14.5 of the
Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50-14.5) that states: “Owners of
residential buildings who have committed a willful or knowing violation
of the Lead Poisoning Prevention Act (410 ILCS 45) are prohibited from
doing business with the State until the violation is mitigated”.

W. Vendor warrants and certifies that it and, to the best of its
knowledge, its subcontractors have and will comply with Executive Order
No. 1 (2007). The Order generally prohibits Vendors and subcontractors
from hiring the then-serving Governor’s family members to lobby
procurement activities of the State, or any other unit of government in
Illinois including local governments if that procurement may result in
a contract valued at over $25,000. This prohibition also applies to
hiring for that same purpose any former State employee who had
procurement authority at any time during the one-year period preceding
the procurement lobbying activity.

X. In accordance with Public Act 095-0307, all information technology,
including electronic information, software, systems and equipment,
developed or provided under this contract must comply with the
applicable requirements of the Illinois Information Technology
Accessibility Act Standards as published at www.dhs.state.il.us/iitaa.

Y. Vendor has disclosed if required, on forms provided by the State, and
agrees it is under a continuing obligation to disclose to the State,
financial or other interests (public or private, direct or indirect)
that may be a potential conflict of interest or which would prohibit
Vendor from having or continuing the Contract. This includes, but is
not limited to conflicts under the “Infrastructure Task Force Fee
Prohibition” section of the State Finance Act (30 ILCS 105/8.40),
Article 50 of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50), or those
which may conflict in any manner with the Vendor’s obligation under
this Contract. Vendor shall not employ any person with a conflict to
perform under this Contract. If any elected or appointed State officer
or employee, or the spouse or minor child of same has any ownership or
financial interest in the Vendor or the Contract, Vendor certifies it
has disclosed that information to the State if required, on forms
provided by the State, and any waiver of the conflict has been issued
in accordance with applicable law and rule. A waiver is required if:

a) the person intending to contract with the State, their
spouse or child: (i) holds an elective office in Illinois; (ii) holds a seat
in the Illinois General Assembly; (iii) is an officer or employee of the
Capital Development Board or the Illinois Toll Highway Authority; or holds an
appointed position or is employed in any of the offices or agencies of the
State government and who receives compensation for such employment in excess
of 60% of the salary of the Governor (currently $106,447.20). (The conflict
of interest threshold of 60% of the Governor's salary set forth in Section
50-13 does not apply to elective office holders, legislators, and officers or
employees of the Capital Development Board or the Illinois Toll Highway
Authority.);

b) the contract is with a firm, partnership, association or
corporation in which a person referenced in a) above receives more than 7.5%
of the total distributable income or an amount in excess of the salary of the
Governor (currently $177,412.00).

c) the contract is with a firm, partnership, association or
corporation in which a person referenced in b) above, together
with their spouse or minor child, receives more than 15% in
the aggregate of the total distributable income or an amount
in excess of 2 times the salary of the Governor (currently
$354,824.00) from the firm, partnership, association or
corporation.

Z. Vendor, as defined in Public Act 95-971, certifies that it has read,
understands, and is in compliance with the Act and will not make a
contribution that will violate the Act. In general, Public Act 95-0971
contains new registration and reporting requirements for certain
Vendors, as well as limitations on political contributions by certain
Vendors and their affiliates. These requirements shall be effective for
the duration of the term of office of the incumbent Governor or for a
period of 2 years after the end of the contract term, whichever is
longer.

Vendor certifies, in accordance with Public Act 95-971, as
applicable:

☐ Vendor is not required to register as a business entity with
the State Board of Elections.

or

☐ Vendor has registered as a business entity with the State
Board of Elections and acknowledges a continuing duty to update
the registration as required by the Act. A copy of the
certificate of registration is attached.
Vendor acknowledges that the State may declare this Contract void
without any additional compensation due to the Vendor if this
foregoing certification is false or if the Vendor (or any of its
Affiliated Persons or Entities) engages in conduct that violates
Public Act 95-0971.

15. BACKGROUND CHECK

The State may conduct criminal and driver history background checks of
VENDOR’S officers, employees or agents who would directly supervise or
physically perform the CONTRACT requirements at State facilities. Any
such officer, employee or agent deemed unsuitable by the State must be
replaced immediately.

16. AVAILABILITY OF APPROPRIATIONS (30 ILCS 500/20-60)

The DEPARTMENT shall use its best efforts to secure sufficient
appropriations to fund this CONTRACT. However, the DEPARTMENT’S
obligations hereunder shall cease immediately, without penalty or
further payment being required, if the Illinois General Assembly or
federal funding source fails to make an appropriation sufficient to pay
such obligation. The DEPARTMENT shall determine whether amounts
appropriated are sufficient. DEPARTMENT shall give CONTRACTOR notice
of insufficient funding as soon as practicable. DEPARTMENT’S
obligation to perform shall cease upon receipt of the notice.

17. SOLICITATION AND EMPLOYMENT

VENDOR shall not employ any person employed by the DEPARTMRNT at any
time during the term of this CONTRACT to perform any work required by
the terms of this CONTRACT. As a condition of this CONTRACT, the
VENDOR shall give notice immediately to the DEPARTMENT’S director if
VENDOR solicits or intends to solicit for employment any of the
DEPARTMENT’S employees during the term of this CONTRACT. DEPARTMENT
has no authority to contractually refuse to hire VENDOR’S employees who
apply to the State for employment.

18. FISCAL FUNDING

Obligations of the State will cease immediately without penalty of
further payment being required if in any fiscal year the Illinois
General Assembly funding source fails to appropriate or otherwise make
available sufficient funds for this agreement.

19. SUBCONTRACTING AND ASSIGNMENTS

Subcontracting, assignment or transfer of all or part of the interests
of contractor in the work covered by this agreement shall be prohibited
without prior written consent of the Department. In the event the
Department gives such consent, the terms and conditions of this
agreement shall apply to and bind the party or parties to whom such
work is subcontracted, assigned, or transferred as fully and completely
as Contractor is hereby bound and obligated. Any contract with a
subcontractor shall provide that the subcontractor shall maintain, for
a minimum of five (5) years after the completion of the subcontract,
adequate books, records and supporting documents to verify the amounts,
recipients, and uses of all disbursements of funds passing in
conjunction with the contract and that the Department of Revenue and
Auditor General shall have the right to audit the books, records and
supporting documents of any subcontractor within said five (5) year
period. The contract shall also provide, that the subcontractor will
fully cooperate with the Department or Auditor General during the
course of any audit.

20. BREACH

Failure of Contractor to perform as specified is cause for immediate
termination of the contract at the option of the department, without
limitation upon any other relief available to the department.

21. RIGHT TO AUDIT

The Contractor is required to permit the Department, the Auditor
General, or the Attorney General to inspect and audit any books,
records, or papers related to the program, project, or use of which
grant funds were provided.

AUDIT/RETENTION OF RECORDS (30 ILCS 500/20-65): Contractor and its
subcontractors shall maintain books and records relating to the
performance of the contract or subcontract and necessary to support
amounts charged to the State under the contract or subcontract. Books
and records, including information stored in databases or other
computer systems, shall be maintained by the Contractor for a period of
three years from the later of the date of final payment under the
contract or completion of the contract, and by the subcontractor for a
period of three years from the later of final payment under the term or
completion of the subcontract. If federal funds are used to pay
contract costs, the Contractor and its subcontractors must retain its
records for five years. Books and records required to be maintained
under this section shall be available for review or audit by
representatives of: the procuring Agency, the Auditor General, the
Executive Inspector General, the Chief Procurement Officer, State of
Illinois internal auditors or other governmental entities with
monitoring authority, upon reasonable notice and during normal business
hours. Contractor and its subcontractors shall cooperate fully with
any such audit and with any investigation conducted by any of these
entities. Failure to maintain books and records required by this
section shall establish a presumption in favor of the State for the
recovery of any funds paid by the State under the contract for which
adequate books and records are not available to support the purported
disbursement. The Contractor or subcontractors shall not impose a
charge for audit or examination of the Contractor’s books and records.

“The Contractor certifies under oath that all information in the grant
agreement is true and correct to the best of the Contractor’s
knowledge, information, and belief; that the funds shall be used only
for the purposes described in the grant agreement; and that the award
of the grant funds is conditioned upon such certification.”

Executed this ____________ day of __________________, 20_____.

_________________________________ ________________________________
Contractor Manager, Department of Revenue

_________________________________ Donovan Borvan
Contractor, (printed name) Manager, Department of Revenue
(printed name)

_________________________________ ________________________________
Title Date

_________________________________

Date ________________________________
Director, Department of Revenue

________________________________
Printed Name
________________________________
Date
TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

I certify that:

1. The number shown on this form is my correct taxpayer identification number (or I am waiting for a number to be issued to
me), and

2. I am not subject to backup withholding because: (a) I am exempt from backup withholding, or (b) I have not been
notified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that I am subject to backup withholding as a result of a failure to report all interest
or dividends, or (c) the IRS has notified me that I am no longer subject to backup withholding, and

3. I am a U.S. person (including a U.S. resident alien).

 If you are an individual, enter your name and SSN as it appears on your Social Security Card.
 If you are a sole proprietor, enter the owner’s name on the name line followed by the name of
the business and the owner’s SSN or EIN.
 If you are a single-member LLC that is disregarded as an entity separate from its owner, enter
the owner’s name on the name line and the d/b/a on the business name line and enter the
owner’s SSN or EIN.
 If the LLC is a corporation or partnership, enter the entity’s business name and EIN and for
corporations, attach IRS acceptance letter (CP261 or CP277).
 For all other entities, enter the name of the entity as used to apply for the entity’s EIN and the
EIN.

Name:
Business Name: City of Rock Island
Tax Exemption Identification Number: E9993-6909-07
Social Security Number
or
Employer Identification Number:

Legal Status (check one):

☐ Individual ☒ Governmental

☐ Sole Proprietor ☐ Nonresident alien

☐ Partnership ☐ Estate or trust

☐ Legal Services Corporation ☐ Pharmacy (Non-Corp.)

☐ Tax-exempt ☐ Pharmacy/Funeral Home/Cemetery (Corp.)

☐ Corporation providing or billing ☐ Limited Liability Company (select applicable tax
classification)
medical and/or health care services ☐ D = disregarded entity
☐ C = corporation
☐ Corporation NOT providing or billing ☐ P = partnership
medical and/or health care services

Signature: Date:

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MEMORANDUM
FINANCE DEPARTMENT

TO: Randall Tweet, City Manager Number: 024-17
SUBJECT: Adjustment to the CY 2017 Budget Date: 08-03-17

An adjustment to the CY 2017 budget in the amount of $43,000.00 is requested by the Community and
Economic Development Department (CED) reference planned improvements to the concession building
at Douglas Park. This project is being undertaken in conjunction with the Parks and Recreation
Department. Funding for this project will come from unspent Community Development Block Grant
(CDBG) program income funds previously accrued by the City of Rock Island. Please see the attached
information sheet for further details.

242-313811-53806-5288999 43,000.00 Infrastructure Maintenance
Total 43,000.00

Recommendation: Council approve the budget adjustment increasing the Community Development
Block Grant Fund (242) budget for CY 2017 by $43,000.00.

Submitted by: Stephanie Masson, Finance Director
Donald Reichert, Budget Coordinator

Approved: Randall Tweet, City Manager
August 14th Council Agenda Item

Information ref. Douglas Park Concession Stand

Background Information:

The Douglas Park Concession Stand / Press Box remodel will be a project that
will be put out to bid and a contract will be developed. The estimated cost of the project
is $60,000 to $70,000. A portion of this project will be paid out of HUD-CDBG funds.
This is appropriate because Douglas Park is in an area supported by HUD, and the
project will create jobs. $20,000 in carryover Gaming funds will also be used toward
this project. These funds were to be used for the firehouse demolition, but Council
approved using them for other work at Douglas Park. This project will allow the Parks
Department to generate revenue in a facility that has been sitting in disrepair for over 20
years.
MEMORANDUM
FINANCE DEPARTMENT

TO: Randall Tweet, City Manager Number: 025-17
SUBJECT: Adjustment to the CY 2017 Budget Date: 08-09-17

An adjustment to the CY 2017 budget in the amount of $15,000.00 is requested by the Community and
Economic Development Department reference the Columbia Park TIF Fund. The requested increase in
funds is to cover the upgrade to lighting along 4th Avenue in the area of Columbia Park and the MetroLink
facility and will consist of repairing electrical service and installing new street light poles with LED
lighting. Sufficient fund balance currently exists to cover this budget adjustment. Please see the
attached information sheet for further details.

205-312801-53815-0000000 15,000.00 Lighting Systems
Total 15,000.00

Recommendation: Council approve the budget adjustment increasing the Columbia Park TIF #5 Fund
(205) budget for CY 2017 by $15,000.00.

Submitted by: Stephanie Masson, Finance Director
Donald Reichert, Budget Coordinator

Approved: Randall Tweet, City Manager
MEMORANDUM
FINANCE DEPARTMENT

TO: Randall Tweet, City Manager Number: 026 – 17
SUBJECT: Adjustment to the CY 2017 Budget Date: 08-03-17

An adjustment to the CY 2017 budget in the amount of $3,070.40 is requested by the Community and
Economic Development Department reference a transfer from the Gaming Fund (223) to support the
following project previously included in CY 2016 budget as part of the Capital Improvement Plan:

Account Number Amount Project
207-312801-53112-6130223 3,070.40 College Hill District
Total 3,070.40

It should be noted that this project was originally supported by a transfer from the Gaming Fund (223) in
CY 2016 but as the project was not completed and some of the funds were unspent a journal entry was
completed effective December 31, 2016 to transfer these funds back to the Gaming Fund (223) to
comply with the GASB 54 reporting model. It is the intention of this budget adjustment to reallocate
these unspent gaming funds to this project in the current fiscal year.

Recommendation: Council approve the budget adjustment increasing the Community Economic
Development Fund (207) by $3,070.40 through a transfer from the Gaming Fund (223).

Submitted by: Stephanie J. Masson, Finance Director
Donald Reichert, Budget Coordinator

Approved: Randall Tweet, City Manager
MEMORANDUM
FINANCE DEPARTMENT

TO: Randall Tweet, City Manager Number: 027 – 17
SUBJECT: Adjustment to the CY 2017 Budget Date: 07-31-17

An adjustment to the CY 2017 budget in the amount of $1,645,806.22 is requested by the Finance
Department due to the recalculation of the depreciation charged to the Public Work Department and Park
and Recreation Department budgets for the current fiscal year. The budgeting of depreciation
expenditures is historically based on the total depreciation expenditures experienced in the preceding
audited fiscal year. With several projects having been recently completed and now capitalized,
depreciation expenditures were under budgeted for CY 2017 with deficits projected as follows this year:

Fund Cy 2017 Budget Estimated Actual Deficit
Wastewater Operation & Maintenance 531,107.00 1,997,455.61 (1,466,348.61)
Solid Waste 0.00 6,718.92 (6,718.92)
Fleet Services 546,653.00 672,198.86 (125,545.86)
Park & Recreation (Parks) 211,957.00 220,134.50 (8,177.50)
Park & Recreation (RIFAC) 108,725.00 147,740.33 (39,015.33)
TOTALS 1,398,442.00 3,044,248.22 (1,645,806.22)

Recommendation: Council approve the budget adjustment increasing the Wastewater Operation &
Maintenance Fund (506) by $1,466,348.61, the Solid Waste fund (510) by $6,718.92, the Fleet Services
Fund (601) by $125,545.86, and the Park & Recreation Fund (555) $47,192.83.

Submitted by: Stephanie J. Masson, Finance Director
Donald Reichert, Budget Coordinator

Approved: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Community and Economic Development
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: 2018 Gaming Grant Policies
Date: August 3, 2017

The process for awarding Gaming Grant Funds will begin on Tuesday August 15, 2017. The
2018 Gaming Grant Application will be available online for public service organizations that
assist Rock Island residents. As part of the process, the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC)
looks to the Rock Island City Council to provide policy direction regarding the Gaming Grant
Program.

Staff and CAC will follow the approved Council policies when reviewing applications and making
funding recommendations. The CAC will finalize and present its funding recommendations to
Council in October 2017.

A copy of the proposed 2018 Gaming Grant policy guidelines is attached. Staff is
recommending one policy change to the amount available for request. Currently the amount is
capped at $10,000.00 per request. Staff and the CAC is proposing that a reduction of
$2,000.00 be made making the maximum request allowable $8,000.00.

Historically the CAC has not funded to the cap. The highest award made has been less than
$8,000.00. By reducing the cap, requests will be in line with the funding process currently in
place based on the overall budgeted amount of $50,000.00

RECOMMENDATION:
City Council approve the policy change reducing of the maximum request amount from
$10,000.00 to $8,000.00.

Submitted by: Colleen Small-Vollman, Budget and Grant Manager
Chandler M. Poole, CED Director

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Community & Economic Development Department

To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Establishing the Arts Revenue Account
Date: July 25, 2017

The Arts Advisory Committee has recommended the creation of the Arts Revenue Account. This will
allow the Committee to accept cash, coins collected in recycled parking meters, tangible personal
property, and grants. All revenue will be monitored and reported at the committee’s monthly meeting.

RECOMMENDATION

The Community & Economic Development Department recommends that City Council approve the
establishment of a revenue account by the City Finance Department designated for the Arts Advisory
Committee Art.

Submitted by: Chandler Poole, Community and Economic Development Director
Ryan Berger, Planning and Redevelopment Administrator
Kathryn Douglass, Computer Graphics Specialist

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Account Policy

Introduction

The Arts Advisory Revenue Account (herein and after referred to as the Account) has been
established to accept donations, grant monies and other funds designated for the Arts Advisory
Committee of the City of Rock Island (herein and after referred to as the Committee) and Art in the
City of Rock Island. The Committee’s mission is to promote the creation, understanding, appreciation
and awareness of Art in the City of Rock Island. The Committee has also adopted the Rock Island
Public Art Maintenance Policy and this Account will be used for that purpose as well.

All donations to the Account shall be used to further the mission of the Committee and to follow the
policies and procedures outlined below.

Fundraising Policy

Donations shall be solicited in a respectful manner and without coercion. All third parties
not directly affiliated with the Committee who wish to solicit donations on its behalf must acquire
written permission from the Committee by majority vote prior to beginning any fundraising activities.

Donor Acknowledgements

Unless the donation is made anonymously, within 7 days of donation receipt, a donor to the Account
shall receive a formal acknowledgement/ thank you letter and donation receipt. Donations of $100 or
more will also receive a personal phone call from a Committee member or the chairman.

Donor Privacy Policy

Any information supplied to Committee by donors will be used solely to fulfill their donation and shall
not be shared for any reason unless permission is granted by the donor to share such information. All
requests to remain anonymous shall be honored. Committee does not sell or share donor lists.
Donors who supply Committee with their postal address or email address may be contacted
periodically for solicitation purposes and/or with information regarding upcoming events. All donors
have the option of being placed on a “once-a-year” mailing list which grants Committee permission to
contact them only once per year. Donors may request to be permanently removed from the mailing list
by contacting City staff via email, phone or postal mail. All requests to be removed from the
Committee mailing list shall be honored.

Donors who supply Committee with their telephone number may request that they not be contacted
for telephone donation purposes.
General Gift and Revenue Acceptance Policies

The Finance Department will set up the Account in the City accounting system specifically to receive
revenue and gifts. Revenue and gifts to Account may take a variety of forms. The Committee may
accept the following types of contributions to the Account:

Cash. The group may accept outright cash gifts in any amount.

Coins collected in recycled parking meters. These meters will be clearly marked for use as
“Donations to Promote Rock Island Arts”. City Staff consisting of one person from the Finance
Department of the City of Rock Island and one person from Community and Economic
Development of the City of Rock Island will routinely collect the coins from the meters and will
immediately upon return to Rock Island City Hall, deposit the coins to the Account via the
Finance Department. A receipt will be issued by the Finance Department for the amount of the
deposit. Two keys for the meters will be made. One key will be kept by the Community and
Economic Development Department and the other key will be kept by the Finance Department.

Tangible Personal Property. Tangible personal property may be accepted as a gift, provided
that such property is considered artwork and the donor agrees that the property can be displayed
at Committee discretion. The donor is responsible for obtaining a qualified appraisal prior to
completing the gift.

Committee reserves the right to refuse any proposed gift. Gifts to Committee or Account may not
be directly or indirectly subjected by a donor to any material restriction or condition that would
prevent the Committee from freely administering the revenue or publicly displaying artwork.

Grant Awards. All awarded grant money for the Committee, Account, or Art in Rock Island will
be placed in the Account to be used for the purpose stated in the grant and administered by the
Committee.

Committee Sponsored Special Events Policy

A detailed budget for the event must be prepared in advance and approved by a majority of the
Committee. Proceeds of Committee sponsored events must support Committee identified needs and
be approved by majority vote of the Committee. The event proceeds will be placed in the Account. A
follow-up meeting about the event will be held by the Committee. At the meeting the Committee will
determine the effectiveness of the event.

Tracking of Revenue

The Account balance will be monitored and reported to the Committee at each monthly meeting by
City staff. If the Account balance exceeds $20,000.00, the Committee and the City of Rock Island may
consider revising this policy and creating a City of Rock Island Arts Advisory Fund.
Memorandum
Community & Economic Development Department

To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Rock Island Public Art Maintenance Policy
Date: July 25, 2017

The Arts Advisory Committee has recommended the creation of a Public Art Maintenance Policy. This
policy states that annually the committee will present a Rock Island Public Art Maintenance and
Repair Report to the Rock Island City Council. Based off the presentation the committee will establish
a yearly budget dedicated to the maintenance of public art. This budget will be made up of grants and
donations. The City of Rock Island will provide a yearly match of up to $1,000.

The policy also discusses deaccession and relocation guidelines for pieces in the City’s collection.

RECOMMENDATION

The Community & Economic Development Department recommends that City Council accept the
Rock Island Public Art Maintenance Policy.

Submitted by: Chandler Poole, Community and Economic Development Director
Ryan Berger, Planning and Redevelopment Administrator
Kathryn Douglass, Computer Graphics Specialist

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Rock Island Public Art Maintenance Policy

Yearly Rock Island Public Art Maintenance Report and Recommendations
Depending on the findings from a yearly inventory and assessment, the Arts Advisory Committee
(herein and after referred to as the Committee) will present a yearly Rock Island Public Art
Maintenance Report (herein and after referred to as the Report) to the Rock Island City Council. The
Report will update the Council on the City’s Public Art collection and detail maintenance priorities and
recommendations for the year ahead.

Funding for Maintenance and Conservation
On a yearly basis, the Committee will write a budget for maintenance operations to be included in the
Report. The budget proposal will be funded each year by grants and donations matched up to
$1000.00 by the City. This budget may vary according to need and availability of funds.

On rare occasions, unusual circumstances warrant the removal, relocation or disposal of a work of art
from the City’s collection. The Committee reserves the right to modify the budget to meet such
unplanned maintenance needs.

The Committee follows established procedures for deaccession or relocation to insure that the
integrity of public art, artists and the public is respected. Generally, artwork will not be removed from
public display sooner than five years after its installation. A request for deaccession or relocation
involves careful consideration of public opinion, professional judgment and legal advice.

Deaccession and Relocation Policy
Definitions:
Deaccessation: The removal of an artwork from the City’s collection.
Relocation: The relocation of a work of art to a more suitable site because of changes to, or sale of,
property where the work is sited, or the original site is deemed unsuitable.
Yearly Review
The Public Art collection of the City of Rock Island shall be regularly reviewed by the Committee.
Request for Review
A written request may be submitted to the Arts Advisory Committee for review for deaccession,
relocation, or disposal of a work of art. The request for review may be submitted by the artist, a host
agency, and/or a party with documented vested interest in the artwork.

Requirements for Review for Deaccession or Relocation of Artwork
A request for review for deaccession or relocation should include:
• the reason for deaccession or relocation
• the estimated current value of the work
• the deaccession or relocation method and cost
• written evaluation from a disinterested and qualified professional including but not limited to an
engineer, conservator, architect, safety expert or art historian
• photographs indicating the status of the work
• contract with the artist or other relevant agreement; and
• written recommendations of other concerned parties including the Arts Advisory Committee,
the host agency, the artist or interested party

Additional information to be provided when available includes:
• any media/articles regarding the work
• evidence of public debate; and
• written correspondence concerning the work
Reasons For Deaccession Of Artwork
The following reasons may be cause for deaccession of a work of art from the City’s collection:
• the condition or security of the artwork cannot be reasonably guaranteed;
• the artwork requires excessive maintenance or has faults of design or workmanship making
repair or remedy impractical or infeasible;
• the artwork has been damaged or has deteriorated beyond the point where repair is practical
or feasible;
• the artwork endangers public safety;
• significant changes in the use, character or design of the site have occurred, which affect the
integrity of the work;
• extreme adverse public reaction documented over an extended period of time;
• the content is inappropriate for viewing by a general public audience;
• the Arts Advisory Committee wishes to replace the artwork with a preferred work by the same
artist; or
• written request from the artist has been received

Reasons For Relocation Of Artwork
The following reasons may be cause for relocation of a work of art from the City’s collection:
• the artwork endangers public safety in its current location;
• significant changes in the ownership, use, character or design of the site have occurred, which
affect the integrity of the work;
• a written request from the artist has been received; or
• a more appropriate site for the artwork is determined

Review
A recommendation addressing the concerns which prompted the request for deaccession or
relocation shall be written by the Arts Advisory Committee and sent to the Rock Island City Council.
The status of the artwork for which the deaccession or relocation request has been made shall be
made available to the public.

Determination
The following prioritized actions may be taken if a work of art must be removed from the City’s
collection:
• Relocation for public display. If the work was created for a specific site, relocation to a new site
must be consistent with the artist’s intention. The artist’s assistance and consent will be
required to make this determination.
• Removal from the collection by sale. Removal will occur through extended loan, trade or
donation. Three independent professional appraisals of the fair market value of the work will
be sought. The artist will be given first option on purchase.
• If neither of the preceding options are feasible, the work will be removed and destroyed at the
expense of the City.

Public Notice
Public notice shall be made prior to the implementation of any action recommended by the Arts
Advisory Committee in accordance with the policy established by the City Attorney.
Memorandum
Public Works Department
To: City Manager
Subject: Surplus Vehicle/Equipment
Date: August 8, 2017
Number: 2017-092

The Public Works/Fleet Services and Parks Department have additional surplus items to be
sold. Below is the list of vehicles/equipment to be surplus:

4456 1984 FORD F8000 Dump Truck 1FDXK87U1EVA09084

8915 1973 JOHN DEERE JD450C Track Loader 15249T

9007 1995 CRONKHITE 12’ Trailer 473B3161351101132

9047 2000 CRONKHITE Pavement Saw Trailer 473431521Y1110161

9950 1988 HOMEMADE 22’ Trailer TD54597

Recommendation

The Public Works Department recommends that City Council declare these items surplus; and
that permission be given to dispose of the surplus vehicles in a manner that will be
advantageous to the City of Rock Island.

Submitted by: Wm Woeckener, Fleet Services Director
Larry Cook, Public Works Director

Approved by: Randall D. Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Public Works Department
To: City Manager
Subject: Disband Water Resources Advisory Committee
Date: July 31, 2017
Number: 2017-089

The Water Resources Advisory Committee was formed in September, 2003, to give direction
and public input to the Long Term Control Plan for the Combined Sewer Overflows. Since the
project is nearly complete, the committee is no longer needed.

Recommendation

The Public Works Department recommends that the City Council disband the Water Resources
Advisory Committee and direct the City Attorney to process the necessary paperwork.

Submitted by: Larry Cook, Public Works Director

Approved by: Randall D. Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Public Works Department
To: City Manager
Subject: Handicapped Parking Space
Date: July 26, 2017
Number: 2017-088

SOURCE OF REQUEST:

Isaiah Crawford, Sr.
2735 8½ Avenue
Rock Island, IL 61201

NATURE OF REQUEST:

The Traffic Engineering Committee received a request from Isaiah Crawford, Sr., 2735
8½ Avenue, to install a handicapped parking space in front of his home.

MANUAL ON UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES WARRANTS:

Not Applicable

CONTACTS WITH RESIDENTS:

Letters were sent to nearby neighbors. Two (2) responses were in support of the request and
one (1) was not in support of the request.

TRAFFIC STUDY INFORMATION:

The installation of a handicapped parking space does not restrict the handicapped parking
space to only the person requesting the space but is accessible to anyone with a handicapped
license plate or placard.

COST:

The cost to the city is minimal.

RECOMMENDATION:

The Traffic Engineering Committee recommends that the City Council approve the request and
direct the city attorney to prepare the necessary paperwork.

Submitted by: Larry Cook, Public Works Director
Traffic Engineering Committee

Approved by: Randall D. Tweet, City Manager
2705 8 1/2 AVE
2705 9 AVE 2704 8 1/2 AVE

2709 8 1/2 AVE
2706 8 AVE

2702 8 1/2 AVE
2711 9 AVE 2712 8 1/2 AVE

2713 8 1/2 AVE

2714 8 1/2 AVE
2715 8 1/2 AVE
2708 8 AVE 2714 8 AVE

2717-2719 9 AVE
2719 8 1/2 AVE
2716 8 1/2 AVE
2721 9 AVE
2721 8 1/2 AVE

2722 8 1/2 AVE
2724 8 AVE

2723 9 AVE 2731 8 1/2 AVE
8 1/2AVE
2727 9 AVE 2728 8 1/2 AVE 2733 8 1/2 AVE
2728 8 AVE

2734 8 1/2 AVE 2735 8 1/2 AVE
2733 9 AVE

2737 8 1/2 AVE
2732 8 AVE

Location of Proposed Handicap Parking - 2735 8 1/2 Ave
836 28 ST
832 28 ST
828 28 ST
2734 8 AVE

2739 8 1/2 AVE

2735 9 AVE

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City of Rock Island
Public Works Department
Subject: Handicapped Parking Space
Location: 2735 8½ Avenue
Date: July 21, 2017
TEC Number: 17-19

The following is a tabulation of responses from letters mailed to nearby residents:

2705 8½ Avenue
Recommendation: Supports the Request
Comments: None

2731 8½ Avenue
Recommendation: Does Not Support the Request
Comments: They have off street parking available and there is not enough on
street parking now.

828 28th Street
Recommendation: Supports the Request
Comments: None
Memorandum
Mayor’s Office
To: Members of the City Council
Subject: Board and Commission Appointments / Reappointments
Date: August 9, 2017

WATER POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD
Reappoint:
John Hass – reappoint to a two year term to expire 2019
Gary Kennelly – reappoint to a three year term to expire 2020
Robert W. Motz – reappoint to a two year term to expire 2019
Dr. Dell Jensen , Jr. – reappoint to a three year term to expire 2020

STORMWATER BOARD OF APPEALS
Reappoint:
Jim Hass – reappoint to a two year term to expire 2019
Kevin Koski – reappoint to a three year term to expire 2020
Bob Schroeder – reappoint to a three year term to expire 2020

ETHICS COMMISSION
Reappoint:
Berlinda Tyler Jamison – reappoint to a three year term to expire 2020
Appoint:
Frank Nowinski to complete a vacant three year term to expire 2019. Mr. Nowinski is a long term
resident of Rock Island and is a partner in the Katz Nowinski law firm. He is married with 3 grown
children and 3 grandchildren.

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
Reappoint:
David Levin – reappoint to a three year term to expire 2020
Clayton Peterson - reappoint to a three year term to expire 2020
Appoint:
Jason Lopez to a three year term to expire 2020. Mr. Lopez has been a Rock Island resident for 18 years
and is very involved in the community. He has been on the Neighborhood Partners committee, the
Community Caring Conference and has been very active in the Denkmann and Horace Mann PTOs.

Recommendation

Authorize the appointment / reappointments as recommended.

Submitted by: Mike Thoms, Mayor

Approved by: Mike Thoms, Mayor
Memorandum
Office of the City Clerk
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: St. Patrick’s Day Parade - March 1, 2018
Date: August 8, 2017

Attached is an application from the St. Patrick Society, Q. C. and a Resolution to temporarily
close off the east side of 15th Street (Route 67) from 2nd Avenue to the Centennial Bridge for the
annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade to be held on Saturday, March 17, 2018 between 11:00 a.m.
and 1:00 p.m. It is noted that prior to the parade, a Riverbend Food Bank Drive will commence
at 11:00 a.m. with the parade actually starting at 11:30 a.m.

The staging area for the parade is on 5th Avenue (the parking lane and two (2) traffic lanes) from
16th Street to 23rd Street and 23rd Street between 4th and 5th Avenues. The parade will begin at
the intersection of 23rd Street and 4th Avenue.

A certificate of insurance will be submitted prior to the event. The Police Department will create
the Operations Order for the event.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that Council approve the event for the St. Patrick Society, Q. C. and adopt
the Resolution.

Submitted by: Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
____________________________________________________________________________

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
RESOLUTION NO. 14-2017

HIGHWAY RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, the ST. PATRICK SOCIETY, Q.C. is sponsoring a PARADE in the CITY of ROCK

ISLAND which event constitutes a public purpose; and,

WHEREAS, this Parade will require the temporary closure of the east side of 15th Street

(ROUTE 67), a State Highway in the CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, from 2nd Avenue to the Centennial

Bridge.

WHEREAS, Section 4-408 of the Illinois Highway Code authorizes the Department of

Transportation to issue permits to local authorities to temporarily close portions of State

Highways for such public purposes;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the CITY COUNCIL of the CITY of ROCK ISLAND

that permission to close off the east side of 15th Street (ROUTE 67), a State Highway in the

CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, from 2nd Avenue to the Centennial Bridge as above designated, be

requested of the Department of Transportation.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this closure shall occur during the approximate time

period between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 P.M. on SATURDAY, March 17, 2018.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this closure is for the public purpose of A PARADE.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that traffic from that closed portion of highway shall be

detoured over routes with an all-weather surface that can accept the anticipated traffic, which

will be maintained to the satisfaction of the Department and which is conspicuously marked for

the benefit of traffic diverted from the State Highway. (The parking of vehicles shall be
prohibited on the detour routes to allow an uninterrupted flow of two-way traffic.) * The

detour route shall be as follows: No Detour Needed.

* To be used when appropriate

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that, the ST. PATRICK SOCIETY, Q.C. assumes full

responsibility for the direction, protection, and regulation of the traffic during the time the

detour is in effect.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that police officers or authorized flaggers shall, at the

expense of the ST. PATRICK SOCIETY, Q.C., be positioned at each end of the closed section and

at other points (such as intersections) as may be necessary to assist in directing traffic through

the detour.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that police officers, flaggers, and officials shall permit

emergency vehicles in emergency situations to pass through the closed area as swiftly as is safe

for all concerned.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all debris shall be removed by the ST. PATRICK SOCIETY,

Q.C. prior to reopening the State Highway.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that such signs, flags, barricades, etc., shall be used by the

ST. PATRICK SOCIETY, Q.C. as may be approved by the Illinois Department of Transportation.

These items shall be provided by the ST. PATRICK SOCIETY, Q.C.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the closure and detour shall be marked according to the

Illinois Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that an occasional break shall be made in the procession so

that traffic may pass through. In any event, adequate provisions will be made for traffic on
intersecting highways pursuant to conditions noted above. (Note: this paragraph is applicable

when the Resolution pertains to a parade or when no detour is required.)

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that to the fullest extent permitted by law, the ST. PATRICK

SOCEITY, Q.C. shall be responsible for any and all injuries to persons or damages to property,

and shall indemnify and hold harmless the Illinois Department of Transportation, its officers,

employees and agents from any and all claims, lawsuits, actions, costs and fees (including

reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses) of every nature or description, arising out of,

resulting from or connected with the exercise of authority granted by the Department which is

the subject of this resolution. This obligation is binding upon the ST. PATRICK SOCIETY, Q.C.

regardless of whether or not such claim, damage, loss or expense is caused in part by the act,

omission or negligence of the Department or its officers, employees or agents.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the ST. PATRICK SOCIETY, Q.C. shall provide a

comprehensive general liability insurance policy or an additional insured endorsement in the

amount of $1,000,000 per person and $2,000,000 aggregate which has the Illinois Department

of Transportation and its officials, employees, and agents as insureds and which protects them

from all claims arising from the requested road closing. A copy of said policy or endorsement

will be provided to the Department before the road is closed.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this Resolution be forwarded to the

Department of Transportation to serve as a formal request for the permission sought in this

Resolution and to operate as part of the conditions of said permission.
ADOPTED by the CITY COUNCIL of the CITY of ROCK ISLAND this 14th day of August 2017,

A.D.

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City Clerk

APPROVED by the CITY COUNCIL of the CITY of ROCK ISLAND this 14th day of August
2017, A.D.

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Mayor

Attest: _____________________________
City Clerk
Memorandum
Office of the City Clerk
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Cornbelt Running Club - Run/Walk
Date: August 8, 2017

Attached are an application, map and certificate of insurance for the Cornbelt Running Club to
hold their 29th annual Nancy Kapheim Memorial Classic 5K and 10K Run on Sunday, October 1,
2017 beginning at 8:00 a.m. and ending at 11:00 a.m.

The 10K and 5K Run/Walk will begin and end at Sunset Park and portions of the bike path will
be utilized. Cornbelt will be working with the Police Department for traffic control. This group has
not encountered any problems in the past and none are anticipated for this event.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that Council approve the event for the Cornbelt Running Club.

Submitted by: Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
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Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Office of the City Clerk
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Augustana College – Sound Amplification
Date: August 9, 2017

Attached is a Sound Amplification application from Ken Brill, Director of Office of
Student Life and Leadership, Augustana College for Saturday, August 19, 2017 from
9:00 p.m. until 10:30 p.m.

Augustana College will be holding a concert on Saturday, August 19th in the Lower
Quad at 3435 9 ½ Street on the college’s campus.

Attached is a list of signatures from local residents who may be affected by the sound
amplification.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that Council approve the Sound Amplification Permit for Augustana
College.

Submitted by: Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk

Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Office of the City Clerk
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Street Closing/Sound Amp. – RI County NAACP
Date: July 28, 2017

Attached is a Street Closing application from Ametra Carrol-Castaneda on behalf of the Rock
Island County NAACP requesting to close off 9th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue on
Saturday, September 9, 2017 from noon to 4:00 pm for the Rock Island County NAACP
Community Celebration and Resource Fair. The event will be held at the Martin Luther King
Center at 630 9th Street.

Also attached is an application for Sound Amplification with a list of signatures from the
neighbors that may be affected by this event.

The certificate of insurance is forthcoming.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that Council approve the requests for the street closing and sound
amplification for the Rock Island County NAACP event.

Submitted by: Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Office of the City Clerk
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Stoefen Street Closing
Date: August 9, 2017

Attached is an application from Matt Stoefen requesting to close off 22nd Street between 16th
Avenue and 17th Avenue on Sunday, September 24, 2017 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm for the
Highland Park Historic Neighborhood Association’s Block Party.

Also attached is a list of signatures of the neighbors that may be affected by this street closing.
Food will not be sold. Sound Amplification will not be used.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that Council approve the application for the street closing.

Submitted by: Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
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Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Memorandum
Office of the City Clerk
To: Randall Tweet, City Manager
Subject: Harris Street Closing
Date: August 8, 2017

Attached is an application from Breanna Harris (on behalf of her mother, Sabrina Harris,
resident of 618 8th Street) requesting to close off 8th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue
on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for a children’s birthday party.

Also attached is a list of signatures of the neighbors that may be affected by this street closing.
There are only two other neighbors on the one side of the block and the Martin Luther King
Center on the other side. Gerald Jones, Director of the Martin Luther King Center, has given his
approval to the City Clerk for the street closing

Food will not be sold. Sound Amplification will not be used.

RECOMMENDATION:

It is recommended that Council approve the application for the street closing.

Submitted by: Judith H. Gilbert, City Clerk
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Approved by: Randall Tweet, City Manager