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Statewide 9-1-1 Advisory Board Minutes (April 17, 2017)

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Press Release Date: June 1, 2017

Statewide 9-1-1 Advisory Board Minutes

Illinois Commerce Commission Main Hearing Room
527 East Capitol Avenue
Springfield, Illinois
April 17, 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
Larry Deetjen
Jana Fear
Glenna Johnson
Sam McClerren
Deb Prather
David Tuttle
Col. Kelly Walter
Linda Zerwin

Board Members present by phone:

Karen Boswell
Ken Caudle

Board Members not present:

Bradley Bloom
David Clague
Patrick Fucik
Deno Perdiou

Welcoming remarks:

Chairman Walter opened the meeting at 10:00 A.M.; the roll call was taken, and a quorum was present.

1) Approval of March 20, 2017 Open Meeting Minutes

On Glenna Johnson’s motion and Ralph Caldwell’s second, the March 20th minutes were unanimously approved.   

2) Public Hearings

• Calcomm (Calumet Park, Sauk Village, Midlothian, Posen) 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.
 
• Municipal Consolidated Dispatch (Harwood Heights, Norridge, Schiller Park) Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by Linda Zerwin 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.

• Cook County/Berkeley Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by Linda Zerwin 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.   

• Dolton/Burnham Consolidation Plan:

o Motion was made by Larry Deetjen and seconded by Linda Zerwin to recommend that the 9-1-1 Administrator approve the application for consolidation as submitted subject to the receipt of the cost sharing agreement.  Motion carried by a unanimous vote by the Board.

• Lake County/Park City Consolidation Plan:

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

3) Legislative Update

The Chairman indicated that there has been no movement on the 9-1-1 legislation.  There is a subject matter hearing on HB1894 HA1 in Chicago on 4/18.  The ISP opposes SB985 which contains carve out language for Rosemont.  Brian Whitaker from St. Clair County stated that he was concerned that there is no surcharge increase or sweep language in the legislation.  A representative from the Cable Association wants to get the old trailer language into the legislation.

4) Fiscal Update

The Board was presented with a summary of the ISP’s Statewide 9-1-1 Bureau spending for FY17 through 3/31/17 and projected spending for all of FY17.  Karl Pound indicated that the main distribution for December went to the Comptroller last week.  The distribution for counties under 100,000 will begin this week.  Network bills are going to Shared Services by the end of the week. 

5) Administrator Update

• 2016 AR911 Reports – 6 reports are still outstanding.  90% of Annual Reports are in for 2017.
• 2017 Consolidation Grants – Finalizing the initial review.  Merit based review is next.  Awards in May.
• NG911 Project
o Town hall meetings – There were 6 town hall meetings with 167 representatives.  Chicago had 11 representatives at the April town hall.
o ETSB/9-1-1 Authority Survey – 162 responses were complete.  8 were incomplete and 18 were not submitted.
6) Old Business

None

7) New Business
 
None.

8) Public Comment

None.


The meeting was adjourned at 11:24 AM on a motion by Glenna Johnson and a second by David Tuttle.

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