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Hinsdale Village Board
Among other business Tuesday, trustees
• agreed to spend $429,000 to Linblad Construction to pave the lower level of the new parking deck. Trustees initially planned to spend about $263,000 for asphalt in order to lower the cost of the deck. Village President Tom Cauley said there should be enough money in the $300,000 contingency fund to pay for the upgrade.
“I don’t want to spend more money then we have to, but I think these funds are well spent,” he said.
The item will be up for a vote at the Tuesday, Feb. 18, meeting.
• agreed to spend about $80,000 to repave the 45 parking spaces in the Washington Street shopper lot north of Hinsdale Middle School and west of the parking deck. The board will take a vote Feb. 18.
• supported the $216,370 purchase of a new video management system from Pentegra Systems LLC for the police station. The item will be up for a vote Feb. 18.
• agreed to spend about $25,400 to purchase proprietary software and information technology security managed services from Infogressive Cyber Security with the goal of deterring and detecting cyber attacks and ransonware demands. The vote is scheduled for Feb. 18.
• officially approved an agreement with MSA Municipal Services Associates to review any applications the village receives for 5G or any other small cell installation. Fees, which vary based on the type of application, will be passed along to the telecommunications provider making the application.
• learned that the Illinois Tollway Authority has started pile driving on the Western Springs side of Interstate 294 for the shoefly track. Residents who live near Veeck Park should receive a notice soon that the work will begin in Hinsdale in two to three weeks, assistant village manager Brad Bloom said.