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papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1649 Mar 18, 2009
Southtown /Star 10/29/08
VILLAGE OF STEGER ANNUAL TREASURER'S REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 2008
REVENUE SUMMARY: COOK COUNTY R.E. TAXES $909,651.87; WILL COUNTY R.E. TAXES $1,027,592.72; GENERAL BUSINESS LICENSE $20,357.50; LIQUOR LICENSE $12,050.00; DOG LICENSE $2,262.50; BUS SHELTER AD REVENUE $3,527.92; GARAGE SALE PERMIT $1,245.00; PERSONAL PROPERTY REPLCMNT TAX $34,184.94; CABLE FRANCHISE FEE $87,683.22; SALES TAX $577,039.97; STATE INCOME TAX $890,162.00; USE TAX $131,929.37; IPTIP-INTEREST INCOME $14,786.75; PULL-TAB & BINGO TAX $2,505.32; TELECOMMUNICATION TAX $353,580.77; UTILITY TAX-GAS $193,749.73; UTILITY TAX-ELECTRIC $243,111.30; ZONING HEARING $375.00; PLANNING HEARING $89.00; INTEREST INCOME $71,124.83; RENTAL INCOME-VILLAGE PROPERTY $50,147.59; SALES REVENUE-ZONING MAP/BOOKS $133.00; N.S.F. CHECK FEE $650.00; MISCELLANEOUS INCOME $50,305.91; FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT FEES $2,962.50; INDUSTRIAL PARK SALES REVENUE $45,000.00; SALE OF VILLAGE SURPLUS $288,000.61; CLAIMS/ REFUNDS/REIMBURSEMENTS $9,850.52; PARADE REVENUE $2,485.00; BEAUIFICATION COMMITTEE REVENUE $87,315.14; GENERAL CONTRACTOR LICENSE $11,400.00; SUB-CONTRACTOR LICENSE $15,800.00; GEN'L BUSINESS LICENSE APPLICTN $850.00; BUILDING PERMIT $50,640.35; BUILDING INSPECTION $20,475.00; ELECTRICAL INSPECTION $3,540.00; PLUMBING INSPECTION $1,410.00; REOCCUPANCY PERMIT $32,800.00; SIGN INSPECTION $740.00; ELECTRICAL PERMIT $355.00; DRIVEWAY PERMIT $500.00; SIGN PERMIT $720.00; WRECKING/ DEMOLITION PERMIT $100.00; OTHER PERMITS $1,160.00; C.C.B.D.G. GRANT REVENUE $122,448.52; WILL COUNTY T.I.F.#1 $33,175.21; C-TICKET REVENUE $42,731.50; C-TICKET COLLECTION SVC $7,861.46; ADJUDICATION REVENUE $9,572.50; ADJUDICATION COLLECTION SVC $1,477.50; GRANT REVENUE $72,500.00; AMBULANCE FEES $170,672.26; FEES-STEGER ESTATES $3,472.88; GRANT REVENUE $1,100.00; TRANSFER FROM CORPORATE $2,229,539.18; REG. FEE-AEROBICS $2,476.00; REG. FEE-KICKBOXING/KARATE $3,375.00; REG. FEE-TUMBLEBEARS $697.08; REG. FEE-ART CLASSES $327.00; RENTAL INCOME-COMMUNITY CTR $7,625.00; I.D. PROGRAM-RESIDENT $3,065.00; I.D. PROGRAM-NON RESIDENT $1,755.00; I.D. PROGRAM-SENIOR $1,180.00; FUNDRAISER $8,656.17; REG. FEE-BASKETBALL $12,090.00; REG. FEE-BASEBALL/BOYS $5,555.00; REG. FEE-SOFTBALL/ GIRLS $5,355.00; REG. FEE-SR. MENS $775.00; REG. FEE-VOLLEYBALL $2,900.00; REG. FEE-CHEERLEADING/BSKTBALL $120.00; REG. FEE-CO-ED SOFTBALL $125.00; RENTAL-PARKS $475.00; POLICE FINGERPRINTING $250.00; COOK COUNTY FINES $20,562.37; WILL COUNTY FINES $6,563.00; WILL CTY FINE-POL. VEHICLE FUND $680.00; POLICE REPORTS $1,080.00; ADMINISTRATIVE TOWING FEES $53,500.00; ASSET FORFEITURE $534.30; ASSET SEIZURE $1,628.15; WATER BILLING $637,579.68; TAPPING FEES-WATER $150.00; METER SALES $5,594.00; WATER TURN-ON FEE $2,325.00; ADAMS HTS WTR HOOK-UP (WTR BOND)$5,494.18; VEHICLE STICKERS $48,359.75; REPLACEMENT TAXES $2,455.91; M.F.T. ALLOTMENTS $271,547.22; POLICE PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS $84,673.06; APPAREL REVENUE $440.00; APPAREL REVENUE $6,391.50; AWARD FEE $7,538.00; SPONSORSHIP FEE $3,420.00; CONCESSION STAND REVENUE $15,979.74 -PROGRAM DONATION $13,465.24; COBRA-HEALTH INSURANCE $5,115.03; TOTAL REVENUES:$9,200,778.72.
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1650 Mar 18, 2009
Part 2:
COMPENSATION SUMMARY: UNDER $25,000.00 BALL III, THOMAS; LANE, JORDAN; ROTECK, CAR-RIE; WILSON, EDWARD J.; MORDEN, JEFFREY; BIA-SELLA, CATHY; NIEKEN, NICHOLAS; LOPEZ, ED-WARD; ZAJAC, JOHN; COOPER, MARK; JOHN-STON, THOMAS; NETTLES JR., JERALD L.; FLAIG, KELLY; FLAIG, NORMAN; TIERI, JOSEPH W.; ANIFER, ANDREW; MCCONNELL, DONALD W.; BOSE, DR. SHYAMAL; BARTUCCI, DAVID; TATUM, FALLON; MCMILLAN, WAL-LACE; SCHWERING, DE-VON; BOSCO, JERRY V; SLIGHTAM, LISA; DARLING, DEBORAH; OOMS, ALE-XANDER; RIVERA, JOEL; PENWITT, JON; FLEMING, ROBERT; RONSTADT, MARK; ARMBRECHT, LISA; SMITH, KIMBERLY A.; NATALE, ROBERT; TIL-TON, MICHAEL; GINERIS, MARK; KLINGER, ANDREW; OOMS, TERRY A.; HELLER, ALBERT E.; LINDSTROM, ALEX; FRANKE, RICKY; MUMFORD, SUSAN; WAR-NEKE, MICHAEL; BREN-NAN, TIMOTHY; RODRI-GUEZ, EDGAR; VLAHAKIS, ELIZABETH K.; WINDER, MICHAEL; MANCINO, CYN-THIA K.; MCCOOL, JERE-MY; HALDEMAN, E; HART-WIG, ERIC; BRENNAN, MARTIN T.; RODRIGUEZ, ROSALINDA; MC CARTY, ANGELA B; RAY, KYLE; KOWALSKI, JOHN M.; SMITH, FRANCIS R; BYLON, BARBEL; PETREI-KIS, MICHAEL; ROSSI-STASKO, DEBRA; SOLO-RIO, THERESA M.; KLOSS, KYMBERLI J.; RICE, LISA A.; RIVERA, BRADLEY B.; SCHAUL, BARBARA; MARI-NO, RICHARD J; KASZU-BSKI, RICHARD; FILLION, NOWELL A; PETERSON, KENNETH A.; CRIVELLONE, MICHAEL J; FAJMAN, CHARLES; HONEA, ELIZA-BETH; KAISER, JOSEPH H.; KOZY, MARK E.; SEEHAU-SEN, THOMAS; GIBBS, RICHARD B; BOTTANDO, LEONARD J -HELDT, LAR-RY L; GARCIA, NOELLA; COUCH, JAMES W; BROWN, HARRY; LUNDIN JR, IVAN D.; BAINE, JAMES; SMITH, KRISTI; WARNEKE, JOHN W.; RECUPITO JR, CARMEN S; RUBIEN, PAT-RICK; COOPER, MARK A.; MARTINEZ, ALBERT; REYES, JOLYNDA; GIOR-GAKIS, SPIRO; SHERMAN, LOUIS; DIGIOVANNI, NANCY; SIEBERT, BARRY; CARTER III, RONALD P.; Between $25,000.00 and $49,999.99 JOHNS, JAMES A.; ROESNER, JEFFREY; SOMERVELL, CHRISTO-PHER M.; GEOGHEGAN, CYNTHIA; MINTON, SAN-DRA L; KUBAL, ELIZABETH D.; RICH, JOHN T.; ROSSI, DIANA L; BURKEY, FRANK-LIN D CAMEO, SILVIA; PAULEY, CYNTHIA A.; HANEY, PATRICK; MYERS, EDWARD P.; MIESZCZAK, MELISSA; SCHIMKE, JEFF-REY A; DAVIES, CHRIS-TINE; SENESAC, CAROL; KOPMAN, SANDRA L.; TENEYUCA, RACHEL A; STONE III, ROY T; PANSA, EDWARD G;
Between $50,000.00 and $74,999.99 NARDI, MARIA D.S.; LACKEY, HARLEY L.-JOHNSTON, RANDALL; EL-ZA, RICHARD A.; MUM-FORD, ROGER G; NARDI JR., STEPHEN M.; JASINSKI SEEHAUSEN, MARY JO; FAJMAN, PETER D.; BUR-NETT, RYAN C.; BANICKI, DALE D; KOZINSKI, CAROL ANN; COX, WILLIAM; PRESLEY, JOHN; RUFF II, GERALD C STOUT, MICHAEL; OSANTOWSKI, SCOTT; POGOSE, JEFF; RAMBO, GREGORY; HAS-KINS, MICHAEL; SAUTER, MICHAEL; ROSSI, PAT-RICK; KIEBLES, CONRAD R;
Between $75,000.00 and $99,999.99 STULTZ, RICHARD;
TOTAL COMPENSATION:$2,596,594.25.
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1651 Mar 18, 2009
Part 3:
EXPENDITURE SUMMARY: ABSOLUTE BEST CLEANING SE $30,974.00; ACE HARDWARE IN STEGER $6,850.93; ANTHONY COM-PRATT $3,765.00; ADT SECURITY SERVICES $2,684.22; ANN FISH-FAJMAN $5,024.33; AIR ONE EQUIPMENT, INC.$5,340.58; ALL-RIGHT SIGN, INC $5,461.50; ALE-XANDER CHEMICAL CORP $9,345.74; AMALGAMATED BANK OF CHICA $132,960.00; A T & T $44,505.06; AMERICAN EXPRESS $20,459.27; AT&T $6,490.30; A-TYPICAL EMERGENCY LIGHT $2,569.78; B & R ERECTORS, INC.$6,245.00; BELL, BOYD & LLOYD LLP $9,878.75; BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF $166,479.95; BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD OF $3,706.00; BARRY J. PARKS, UIC $3,985.00; BRACKMAN & COMPANY $7,633.69; BRUNS SEPTIC SERVICE $9,500.00; CABINET FABRICATIONS INC.$4,288.00; CDW GOVERNMENT INC $2,995.07; CESAR'S EQUIPMENT CO $4,607.72; COM ED $64,753.12; CHICAGO COMMUNICATIONS LL $3,647.75; CHEMICAL PUMP SALES AND S $3,257.00; CHUCK'S CONSTRUCTION CORP $15,255.00; CITY OF CALUMET CITY; EV $2,800.00; CLARKE MOSQUITO CONTROL $5,228.00; COM-CAST $2,925.85; COMED $34,063.59; COMPLETE CLEANING COMPANY $5,840.00; CONCEPT COMMERCIAL COMMUN $6,765.06; CONSTELLATION NEW ENERGY,$31,618.90; CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING $2,597.27; CRETE LUMBER & SUPPLY CO $6,936.25; CURRIE MOTORS $124,585.24; CRISTA ZIVA-NOVIC $4,000.00; DISCOUNT FENCE CO.$8,810.00; DOLCI TRUCKING INC $13,592.08; BRIAN H DRISCOLL $9,600.00; INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE $137,030.75; EAST JORDAN IRONWORKS INC $3,953.50; EMERGITECH, INC.$3,932.43; EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT COMP $3,881.65; FBI BUILDINGS, INC.$28,076.00; FRANKLIN D BURKEY $8,643.60; FOLGERS FLAG & DECORATING $5,747.25; FIRST UNITED BANK $186,162.12; GALLAGHER ASPHALT $36,251.88; GALLS INCORPORATED $2,606.44; GALLAGHER MATERIALS CORP $7,567.21 GLENS UNIFORM SALES $2,827.89; GREGORY RAMBO $2,600.00; GREEN UP LANDSCAPE, INC.$33,040.00; GUARANTEED MUFFLER $3,143.48; ERIC HARTWIG $5,175.00; HEL-SEL JEPPERSON ELECTRIC $3,444.04; HERITAGE F/S, INC.$116,814.30; H MOENCK & SON INC $73,954.06; HENRY SCHEIN $7,400.00; HUMA-NA DENTAL $31,827.62; HUMANA HEALTH PLAN INC $168,207.22; ILLINOIS DIRECTOR OF EMPL $5,931.48; ILLINOIS EPA $4,082.81; ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL LEAGUE $357,201.06; I.M.R.F.$102,372.93; ILLINOIS PUBLIC SAFETY AG $5,670.00; J&B EMERGENCY LIGHTING $5,613.50; JOSEPH A SCHUDT & ASSOCIA $202,687.39; JAMES HERR & SONSVILLAGE OF STEGER ANNUAL TREASURER'S REPORT DATE 10/27/08FOR THE MONTH OF 04/08 PAGE 3 $18,172.32; JOE BORSILLI $3,400.00; JCM UNIFORMS $4,611.19; JOMAR TELE-GROUTING, INC.$65,667.08; STEVEN MODZELEWSKI $11,134.00; K-MART #7289 $5,335.28; K.R.T. CONCRETE $5,345.00; KURTZ AMBULANCE SERVICE I $179,856.00 LEE JENSEN SALES CO., INC $16,330.70; LINCOLN PAVING CO.$3,152.50; LOCIS $6,877.50; M&J UNDERGROUND, INC $16,933.64; MATT'S PRINTING CO INC $8,699.93; MATT'S AUTO BODY SHOP $7,789.54; MAX'S LAWN MAINTENANCE & $88,626.00; MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT SER $14,067.25; MERTS HVAC $11,348.60; MID AMERICA VISION $4,676.19; MIDWEST SUBURBAN PUBLISHI $4,961.84; MORTON SALT $79,165.24 MATTHEW PAVING, INC.$110,950.50; MICHAEL A PIZZUTO $81,000.00; MURRAY OVERHEAD DOORS $17,948.24;
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1652 Mar 18, 2009
Part 4:
MUNICIPAL SYSTEMS, INC $16,322.78; MW LEASING COMPANY LLC $12,874.58; H.D. SUPPLY WATERWORKS, I $17,628.61; NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $14,993.84; NICOR $19,554.31; NATIONAL POWER RODDING CO $105,906.16; NUSTEP, INC.$3,840.00; ON-SITE CALIBRATION, INC $2,582.52 PADD ELECTRICAL, INC $2,850.00; POSTMASTER; VILLAGE OF S $5,513.72 - POZZO ILLINOIS INC $5,316.08; PARKREA-TION $18,116.28; PRAIRIE STATE LANDSCAPING $4,380.00; PETER A SKIN-GER & COMPANY $39,980.00; RAY O'HER-RON CO INC $22,936.46; RCOR, INC.$12,040.88; PATRICK ROSSI $4,000.00; RUDER COMMUNICATION $9,746.55; STEGER AREA CHAMBER OF CO $3,610.00; SAM'S CLUB/ GECF $8,423.42; SAM'S CLUB/GECF $9,321.41; S.B. FRIEDMAN & COMPANY $16,256.73 -SCOT DECAL COMPANY, INC $4,783.02; SCREMENTI'S RESTAURANT $6,333.00; SEAL-TIGHT EXTERIORS, INC.$6,300.00; SONIC BOOM PYROTECHNICS $6,000.00; SOUTH SUBURBAN MAYORS & M $4,339.00; S-P-D INCORPORATED $43,638.16; SPORTS-FIELDS,$5,710.50; SPORT FORUM $4,087.90; STAR / A & J DISPOSAL SER $4,868.90 SAUK TRAIL CAR WASH $2,873.80; STERLING SERVICES, INC.$7,490.00; STEGER TRUE-VALUE HARDWAR $4,053.27; ST JAMES HOSPITAL & HEALT $3,346.70; ST.JOHN SPORTS $30,211.75; SUNSET PAVING, INC.$111,616.90; SUPERCIRCUITS $2,654.87; TASER INTERNATIONAL $4,208.86; TIDY JOHN, INC $2,677.08; T.R.L. TIRE SERVICE CORP $4,121.62; TROPHIES & AWARDS PLUS $8,462.40; UNICARE LIFE & HEALTH INS $11,849.18; U.S. POSTAL SERVICE $6,000.00; UNITED WISCONSIN GROUP $16,868.25 VERMEER MID-WEST/VERMEER $4,801.24; VILLAGE OF STEGER $6,450.00; ACS FIREHOUSE SOFTWARE $5,690.00; WADO; KI MARTIAL ARTS AS $2,660.00-WALTON OFFICE SUPPLY $13,356.05; WARREN INSURANCE AGENCY I $4,604.00; WATER RESOURCES INC $8,262.93; WATER SOLUTIONS UNLIMITED $12,572.50; RICKY YATES $2,800.00; All other Disbursements Less Than (2500 )$218,163.55; TOTAL VENDORS:$4,101,968.91
818553 10/29
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1653 Mar 18, 2009
Was trying to post steger annual report. It looks like only part 4 got posted. I will waite awhile and see if 1,2,3, show up. If they don't I will try again.
ccc

Homewood, IL

#1654 Mar 18, 2009
is the EDWARD LOPEZ listed ernie's brother.i'm pretty sure he has a brother with that name.if so what does he do for the village.if not nevermind. also doesn't absolute best cleaning have some connection with ernie or bobby or was i given false information.
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1655 Mar 18, 2009
ccc wrote:
is the EDWARD LOPEZ listed ernie's brother.i'm pretty sure he has a brother with that name.if so what does he do for the village.if not nevermind. also doesn't absolute best cleaning have some connection with ernie or bobby or was i given false information.
Ernie has a brother named Ed, but he does not do any work for Steger. This person is unrelated to Ernie.

The only connection Absolute has to Bob and Ernie is the owners father used to coach basketball, and Mayor Sherman used that against Bobby when he ran for re-election in 2003. The Mayor said that he got the cleaning contract because his father was friends with Bobby. After the election, the mayor and his yes board took the low bidder. They only lasted about 3 months and the mayor fired them and hired a new cleaning company. Want to take a guess which one? Absolute. You can see they still use them as they are listed in the Treasurers report above. Back then people in Steger believed the mayor, how about this time?
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1656 Mar 19, 2009
Bloom Trail making prom affordable:

That's why Trammell, 35, of Steger, and her two sisters have organized a prom dress drive for Bloom Trail High School students.

"The three of us knew what it was like to potentially not attend an event," Trammell said.

For complete story click link below:
http://www.southtownstar.com/neighborhoodstar...
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1657 Mar 19, 2009
Police report:

Steger

Criminal Damage Cecil R. Conner, 21, 197 Barbara Lane, Steger, was charged with criminal damage to property after throwing a brick through a home's living room window March 8 in the 100 block of East 34th Street, police said. They said Conner had an argument earlier in the day with a resident of the home.

ATV Stolen A 2003 Yamaha Raptor all-terrain vehicle was stolen March 8 from the bed of a pickup truck in the 3200 block of Florence Avenue.
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1658 Mar 19, 2009
Death Notice:

Helsel, Jessie (nee Taylor), 83, of Steger. Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
nice

Chicago, IL

#1659 Mar 19, 2009
Why should the mayor have municipal plates on his personal vehicle? Why should we have to pay for his plates?
nice

Chicago, IL

#1660 Mar 19, 2009
PS. If he cant remember his coworkers names on a daily basis, maybe he should not even be driving!
steger

Chicago, IL

#1661 Mar 19, 2009
nice wrote:
Why should the mayor have municipal plates on his personal vehicle? Why should we have to pay for his plates?
I believe that is a village car, not a personal car. You paid for the whole thing!
Fustrated

Naperville, IL

#1662 Mar 19, 2009
Its going to be hard to get a new mayor elected, people just don't care and don't vote! I spoke to someone who lives in Steger about voting for Joyce because we need change and he said he didn't care and he never votes, makes me very angry when I expect less then 500 people will only vote, no wonder this mayor has been in office so long!
prncess aurora

Herriman, UT

#1663 Mar 20, 2009
i can't understand why the us government they have big salaries,why can't they make payments on a car like everyone else and use that car,van,suv ect,for work like everyone else why do we have to pay for there cars that they are driving?hire your own body gaurd if needed,except for the pres.all the other ones.that's would be saving alot.the white house doesn't need embossed hand napkins for the bathrooms what's wrong with the machines that spoo out the towel.and i'm pretty sure there's a walmart ...out there go get some cheap anti soap.9WALMART IT SAVES YOU MONEY)I'M pretty sure they have watched tv at sometime and saw the commercial.but oh no we have to pay for them to wipe their butts.in that case toilet paper should be free.we pay for theirs why can't they foot the bill for our butts.just ramblin on
nice wrote:
Why should the mayor have municipal plates on his personal vehicle? Why should we have to pay for his plates?
prncess aurora

Herriman, UT

#1664 Mar 20, 2009
put this on the bloom trail forum also so the parents see it on that one too.
papaadoc wrote:
Bloom Trail making prom affordable:
That's why Trammell, 35, of Steger, and her two sisters have organized a prom dress drive for Bloom Trail High School students.
"The three of us knew what it was like to potentially not attend an event," Trammell said.
For complete story click link below:
http://www.southtownstar.com/neighborhoodstar...
jjh

Park Forest, IL

#1665 Mar 20, 2009
i would love to know wher to go to actually talk to someone about baseball.
they sure didnt have a hard time taking my money just putting my kids on teams.
i am real irritated
papaadoc

Chicago, IL

#1666 Mar 20, 2009
Man accused of abusing dad: They don't get it
March 20, 2009

By KIM JANSSEN, Staff Writer Southtown / Star
Leaning red-eyed against his truck just yards from the house where the Cook County medical examiner says his severely ill father was fatally abused less than a month ago, Joe Basile Jr. seemed to be a strong man about to break.

For complete story click link below.
http://www.southtownstar.com/news/1486698,032...
jjh

Park Forest, IL

#1667 Mar 20, 2009
conf- wrote:
Does anyone know the last name of Miranda that is running for Mayor?
Nobody cares BOBBY JOYCE is gonna win anyway.
Story

Chicago, IL

#1668 Mar 20, 2009
papaadoc wrote:
Man accused of abusing dad: They don't get it
March 20, 2009
By KIM JANSSEN, Staff Writer Southtown / Star
Leaning red-eyed against his truck just yards from the house where the Cook County medical examiner says his severely ill father was fatally abused less than a month ago, Joe Basile Jr. seemed to be a strong man about to break.
For complete story click link below.
http://www.southtownstar.com/news/1486698,032...
Hospice and the medical docs should KNOW better! There are safe, soft, restraints specific for safety measures. And they need a doctors order! And if Hospice saw this and did not obtain an order, themselves, from the doctors, then maybe they are negligent.

And if the man was "taped" to his bare skin, that is another BIG "NO NO." Anyone, in the professional, medical, field knows, that elderly people have poor skin turgor. There skin is like tissue paper! It will tear, split, breakdown, ever-so-easily. And again, if so, and if any medical personnal saw and knew this..?! If so, they were not doing their job.

So maybe, they need to enhance their investigation with some medical knowledge and medical assessments of the situation: elderly care/care of the dying patient/legalities of restraining a patient/home hazards/availability and compliance of care, etc.

There HAS to be a REASON(S) that 5 ME's ruled the same.

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