Agenda - Chicago Transit Board - Regular Meeting, January 11, 2006

January 9, 2006
CHICAGO TRANSIT BOARD
Regular Meeting ? Wednesday, January 11, 2006
10:00 A.M.

  1. ROLL CALL
  2. PUBLIC COMMENTS
  3. CHAIRMAN'S REPORT
  4. PRESIDENT'S REPORT
  5. CONSTRUCTION REPORT
  6. OPERATIONS REPORT
  7. FINANCE REPORT
  8. EXECUTIVE SESSION
  9. COMMITTEE ON STRATEGIC PLANNING AND SERVICE DELIVERY REPORT
    1. To approve an ordinance establishing bus route #192 University of Chicago Hospitals Express and entering into a financial arrangement with the University of Chicago Hospitals for a cost subsidy for this route
  10. COMMITTEE ON FINANCE, AUDIT AND BUDGET REPORT
    1. To approve an ordinance authorizing the renewal of a lease agreement with the City of Chicago for property located at West Peterson Avenue and North Pulaski Road, Chicago, Illinois
    2. To approve an ordinance authorizing an agreement with Dearborn Village Master Association for residential parking beneath the Orange Line elevated structure located south of 18th Street between South Clark Street and South Federal Street, Chicago, Illinois
    3. To approve an ordinance authorizing an amendment to Ordinance No. 005-96 authorizing the acquisition of real estate as required for the Brown Line Capacity Expansion Project
    4. To approve an ordinance consenting to indemnify GP2, L.L.C., a Delaware Limited Liability Company, for claims arising from the operation and maintenance of an elevator at the Grand and State subway station (Red Line)
    5. To approve an ordinance authorizing a right of entry agreement with Aldridge Electric, Inc., for storage of electrical equipment and materials on CTA property at 1801 West Grace Street, Chicago, Illinois
    6. Review of purchase and/or sales award recommendations (Items numbered 1-29)
  11. NEW BUSINESS
  12. MOTION TO ADJOURN

 

 

 

 


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