Godfrey Capital Projects Committee reviews paving contracts
The Godfrey Capital Projects Committee oversees infrastructure within the village.
Capital Projects Committee
April 19th, 2016
Mr. Stumpf called the Capital Projects Committee of the Village of Godfrey to order at 10:00
a.m. on April 19th, 2016 at the Village of Godfrey Wastewater Treatment Facility, 4725 Brecht
Lane, Godfrey, Illinois.
Present: Mike Stumpf, Mayor Mike McCormick, Eldon Williams, Joe Hughes, Bill Orrill,
Jeff Weber, William Catalano and John Uhl, Advisor.
Absent: Craig Noble
APPROVAL OF MINUTES – The minutes of the March 15
th, 2016 minutes were approved.
Public Comments: No Comments
A. Streets- Currently, Northport Drive is being completed. Attached is the list for
reference at future meetings.
1. Northport Drive -COMPLETE $38,400.00* COMPLETE
2. N. Humbert Road $32,000.00**
3. Cedar and Alpine Drives $29,980.00
4. East Jerome Drive $29,536.00
5. Logan Homer to Fairmount Ave. $38,160.00
Alley to Logan and Fairmount combined.
6. Mont Vista Avenue $10,400.00
7. Normandy Drive $40,800.00
* Use of Business District Monies.
** Time frame of work to be determined by coordinating with the Rail Road and their work.
Discussion followed for Micro Paving areas. Mr. Lewis of Public Works recommended for future;
Greenwood- Doral, Etc. Belmont Village, Tremont and Springhaven.
B. Sanitary Sewer- Flow Meter studies are in progress. Mayor would like information
given as we go along.
Warren Levis study is still in study stages.
There was a break in the line at Lakeside Subdivision, the line has been repaired. Erosion
and back fill issues to be repaired yet.
Possible use of property was discussed for multi-housing. The main sewer is across the
highway and not assessable at this time. Boring of Route 3 would be needed to sewer
said property. Costs and responsibility of costs were discussed.
It was decided to wait to see how much participation of those that would benefit from
connecting first. Additionally, zoning requirements will need to be met.
C. Storm Water- All flow monitors that were contracted for the study are in and
monitoring currently. Data soon to be reviewed for determinations of I&I areas.
The Storm Water Subcommittee met on April 12th
. It was recommended that the
southern boundary of the study be moved from Tolle Lane to the southern boundary of
the parcel currently owned and operated by International Mulch. A formal scope of
service will be provided April 22nd
D. Parks- Parks director would like to move the new equipment play area of the park over
by the volley ball equipment area to avoid the moisture area after rains of the current
Further consideration and prioritization of potential capital projects within the business districtNo
Further consideration and prioritization of potential capital projects outside of the business
Mr. Williams made a motion to adjourn at 11:00 a.m. Mr. Weber seconded. Motion carried.
Our next meeting will be on Tuesday May 3rd, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.