DeKalb County Board met Feb. 5.
Here is the minutes provided by the board:
1. CALL TO ORDER
Chairman Leverton called the meeting to order at 3:02pm.
a. Board Members Present:
Frazier, Grandgeorge, Hanson, Leverton, Petragallo, Plote and Polarek
b. Board Members Absent:
Bianchi, McMaster, Phillips
c. Guests Present:
Sheriff Roger Scott, DeKalb County Sheriff Department; Chief Deputy Andy Sullivan, DeKalb County Sheriff Department; Jim Winters, Sycamore Police Chief; Latoya Marz, DeKalb Police Department; Sheila Santos, DeKalb County IMO
d. Also Present:
Christine Johnson, DeKalb County Treasurer; Glenna Johnson, E9-1-1 Coordinator
a. Chairman Leverton asked for any amendments to the agenda. A motion was made by
Frazier and seconded by Plote to approve the agenda. The motion passed.
3. General Meeting Minutes:
a. A motion to approve the minutes of the December 4, 2019 meeting was made by Hanson and seconded by Frazier. The motion passed.
4. Public Comment- None
5. Treasurer’s Report
a. Monthly Treasurer’s Report- was presented and discussed.
i. A motion to approve the December 2019 monthly report was made by Hanson and seconded by Grandgeorge. Motion passed.
ii. A motion to approve the January 2020 monthly report was made by Hanson and seconded by Frazier. Motion passed.
b. Approval of Bills
Bills Paid in January 2020
DeKalb County Facilities Management $34.10
Alpha Controls & Services LLC $8,436.00
Glenna Johnson $224.00
First National Bank $275.00
2019 Bills Total $10,117.07
Housing Authority of the County of
Superion / CentralSquare $5,692.33
The Hartford $304.00
2020 Bills Total $15,738.33
Total January Bills $25,855.40
A motion to pay the January bills was made by Hanson and seconded by Frazier. A roll call vote was taken; Frazier- Y, Grandgeorge- Y, Hanson- Y, Petragallo - Y, Plote- Y, Polarek- Y and Leverton- Y. Motion passed
Bills Paid in February 2020
2019 Bills Total $1,316.00
First National Bank $191.12
Crum-Halsted Agency $4,368.00
DeKalb County Government $229,000.00
DeKalb County Government $28,000.00
2020 Bills Total $263,043.84
Total February Bills $264,359.84
A motion to pay the February bills was made by Polarek and seconded by Grandgeorge. A roll call vote was taken; Frazier- Y, Grandgeorge- Y, Hanson- Y, Petragallo - Y, Plote- Y, Polarek- Y and Leverton- Y. Motion passed
6. GIS Software Request-
a. Santos explained her request to the ETSB dealing with ESRI software used by IMO to update the data for NG 9-1-1. She was recommending that IMO would upgrade the version of ESRI that they use to a professional version and IMO would pay the difference of what the ETSB has paid in the past if the ETSB would approve the continued payment with the change.
b. The ETSB did not see an issue with that request since ESRI is required in some version to update the NG 9-1-1 GIS data. No Vote was needed.
7. Fire Radio Reports-
a. Sullivan explained the changes/activities since the last update from the last meeting.
Vendor was to be on site next week.
8. Grant Status
a. Johnson stated that the Grant Applications had been filed and copies were provided. b. Grants were filed for the Consolidation project and NG 9-1-1 project
c. Johnson will keep the ETSB aware as the process proceeds.
9. NG911 Update-
a. NG 9-1-1 Plan Status- G. Johnson reported that the Ng 9-1-1 Plan had been approved by ISP. A copy of that approval was provided.
b. The installation will start with this approval.
a. 9-1-1 legislation
i. SAB has prepared new Legislation for 9-1-1 to be filed for action during the next Legislative Session.
ii. Johnson will provide updates on the proposed legislation.
b. SAB Meeting
i. Johnson discussed activity in the State
1. ETSB Audit filings, State Network RFP, State RFI for Ng 9-1-1 Equipment and Grant filings as of February 3, 2020
11. Participating Agency Request-
a. Leverton discussed the bills that were received from Sandwich Police Department for the CAD implementation caused by the consolidation requirement. This would be considered and ETSB expense because of the consolidation requirement. There were two sets of bills to be considered. The ETSB discussed the bills presented.
b. These bills were not included in the Grant Filing for the Consolidation.
c. A motion to pay the Sandwich Police Department CAD bills was made by Hanson and seconded by Frazier. A roll call vote was taken; Frazier- Y, Grandgeorge- Y, Hanson- Y, Petragallo - Y, Plote- Y, Polarek- Y and Leverton- Y. Motion passed
12. Coordinator’s Report
a. Most of her time has been spent on NG 9-1-1 and the proposed legislation and the NINGA implementation
b. Johnson stated she did take a week vacation in January.
c. Agency Manager Meeting-
i. Training, NG 9-1-1, RapidSOS changes, PSAP furniture consoles, Pipeline presentation in February, and Powerphone Cach lite installation
13. Old Business- None
14. New Business- None
15. ADJOURNMENT- Petragallo moved to adjourn the meeting and the motion was seconded by Plote. The motion passed. The meeting adjourned at 4:48pm.