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Statewide 9-1-1 Advisory Board Minutes (March 20, 2017)

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Press Release Date: May 5, 2017

Statewide 9-1-1 Advisory Board Minutes

Illinois Commerce Commission Main Hearing Room
527 East Capitol Avenue
Springfield, Illinois
March 20, 2017
10:00 A.M.


The Board met pursuant to notice, at 10:00 A.M. in the Main Hearing Room at the Illinois Commerce Commission’s offices at 527 East Capitol Avenue, Springfield, IL.

Board Members physically present:

Ralph Caldwell
Ken Caudle
David Clague
Larry Deetjen
Jana Fear
Glenna Johnson
Sam McClerren
Deno Perdiou
Deb Prather
David Tuttle
Col. Kelly Walter
Linda Zerwin

Board Members present by phone:

Karen Boswell
Patrick Fucik

Board Members not present:

Bradley Bloom


Welcoming remarks:

Chairman Walter opened the meeting at 10:02 A.M.; the roll call was taken, and a quorum was present.

1) Approval of January 23 and February 7, 2017 Open Meeting Minutes

On Ken Caudle’s motion and Linda Zerwin’s second, the January 23rd minutes were unanimously approved.  On Glenna Johnson’s motion and David Clague’s second, the February 7th minutes were unanimously approved. 

2) Public Hearings

• DuPage County/Burr Ridge Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by David Tuttle and seconded by Larry Deetjen to recommend that the 9-1-1 Administrator approve the application for consolidation as submitted.  Motion carried by a unanimous vote by the Board.  Linda Zerwin recused herself from the vote.
 
• LaSalle County Joint ETSB (LaSalle County, City of LaSalle, Mendota, Ottawa, Marseilles, Oglesby and Peru) Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by David Clague and seconded by Glenna Johnson to recommend that the 9-1-1 Administrator approve the application for consolidation as submitted.  Motion carried by a unanimous vote by the Board.

• Grundy County/Seneca Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by Ralph Caldwell and seconded by Larry Deetjen to recommend that the 9-1-1 Administrator approve the application for consolidation as submitted.  Motion carried by a unanimous vote by the Board.   

• Oak Lawn Regional Emergency Communications (Oak Lawn, Bridgeview, Burbank, Evergreen Park and Hodgkins) Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by David Tuttle and seconded by Ken Caudle to recommend that the 9-1-1 Administrator approve the request for consolidation subject to the conditions stated in the Administrative Law Judge’s Recommended Decision except as modified as follows:  Administrator can approve once signed agreements are provided.  Motion carried by a unanimous vote by the Board.

• Dolton/Burnham Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by Ralph Caldwell and seconded by Sam McClerren to recommend that the 9-1-1 Administrator approve the request for consolidation subject to the conditions stated in the Administrative Law Judge’s Recommended Decision.  Motion failed by a 4-6 vote by the Board.

o Motion to table the consolidation plan was made by Larry Deetjen and seconded by David Clague and request that representatives from Dolton, Burnham and Calumet City appear before the Board at the next meeting, as scheduled by the Chairman, to provide additional information.  Motion carried by a unanimous vote by the Board.

3) Legislative Update

The Chairman indicated that the 9-1-1 legislation has not be introduced at this point and there is no sponsor information yet.  There also has been no movement on HB2967.  Deno Perdiou stated that SB1381 is the legislation for AT&T to move to an IP-based system with the discontinuance of copper service.

4) Fiscal Update

Karl Pound presented a summary of the ISP’s Statewide 9-1-1 Bureau spending for FY17 through 2/28/17 and projected spending for all of FY17.  He also indicated that the main distribution for November has gone out.  The main distribution for December will be going out in a couple of weeks.  The distribution for counties under 100,000 went to the Comptroller on 3/16.  January network bills are going to Shared Services this week with payment within a couple of weeks.  He also stated that since grant requests were lower than the amount available for grants, the amount held from the 9-1-1 systems could be reduced by around $598,000, approximately 8% extra per distribution.

5) Administrator Update

• 2016 AR911 Reports – 6 reports are still outstanding.
• 2017 Consolidation Grants – 16 grants requests were received totaling $9.5 million.  These are in the review process now.
• NG911 Project
o Town hall meetings – To date there has been 96 attendees covering 67 counties.
o ETSB/9-1-1 Authority Survey – Surveys are due on 4/4.  Thirty-two responses have been received so far.
• NG-911 Training Workshops – There are two training opportunities available on 3/21 and 3/30.

6) Old Business

Deno Perdiou asked about progress with VoIP providers not remitting surcharge.  There was nothing to report at this time.  Ralph Caldwell asked if legislation is needed to address situations where call handling agreements cannot be obtained.  The Chairman indicated that the proposed legislation includes language for PSAP to PSAP call handling agreements which should resolve the problem.

7) New Business
 
None.

8) Public Comment

None.


The meeting was adjourned at 12:00 PM on a motion by Sam McClerren and a second by Linda Zerwin.
 

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