Report of the Committee on Finance

July 1, 1997

The Honorable,

The Board of Commissioners of Cook County

Attendance

Present: Chairman Daley, Vice Chairman Carr, Commissioners Butler, Fleming, Hansen, Lechowicz, Maldonado, Moreno, Pappas, Schumann, Siebel, Silvestri, Sims, Steele, Sutker, Williams-Burnett and President Stroger (17)

 

Absent: None (0)

 

Section 1

Your Committee has considered the following court orders submitted by attorneys for payment of fees earned by said attorneys for defending indigent defendants.

Your Committee, therefore, recommends that the County Comptroller and County Treasurer be, and by the adoption of this report, are authorized and directed to issue warrants to said attorneys in the amounts recommended.

Appellate Case

213779 JAMES GEIS, Attorney, presented by Clerk of the Appellate Court, Gilbert S. Marchman, submitting an Order of Court to pay the sum of $1,614.50 attorney fees regarding People of the State of Illinois v. Oily Thomas.  Trial Court No. 91-CR-18484.  Appellate Court No. 1-95-2662.

Appellate Cases Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present:    $28,151.95

Appellate Case to be Approved:                            $1,614.50

Capital Case

213681 SACHNOFF & WEAVER, LTD., presented by Arthur D. Gunther, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $9,500.00 expert fees (clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist) regarding People of the State Illinois v. Samuel Morgan.  Indictment No. 82-C-916 (Capital Case).

Capital Cases Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present:    $65,800.62

Capital Case to be Approved:                            $9,500.00

Non-Capital Cases

213611 THOMAS C. BRANDSTRADER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,460.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Robert Primeau.  Indictment No. 96-CR-19545 (Non-Capital Case).

213672 DENNIS J. KELLOGG, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $734.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Grant Lassen.  Indictment No. 96-C2-20613 (Non-Capital Case).

213673 DOUGLAS A. JUDSON, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $565.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Julie Mitchell.  Indictment No. 95-C3-302320 (Non-Capital Case).

213706 WILLIAM M. TRAYNOR, LTD., Attorneys, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $165.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Robert Porzuczek.  Indictment No. 97-MC-2000879 (Non-Capital Case).

213707 WILLIAM M. TRAYNOR, LTD., Attorneys, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $165.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Marzena Zwierynska.  Indictment No. 97-MC-2000867 (Non-Capital Case).

Non-Capital Cases Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present:    $76,536.77

Non-Capital Cases to be Approved:                            $3,089.00

Domestic Relations Civil Contempt Case

213710 SHERMAN F. JAFFE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of attorney fees totaling $551.20 for the defense of an indigent defendant, Tracey Dante Drew.  Domestic Relations Civil Contempt Case No. 92-D-18055.

Domestic Relations Civil Contempt Cases

Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present:    $13,214.25

Domestic Relations Civil Contempt Case to be Approved:        $551.20

Juvenile Cases

213609 PAUL S. KAYMAN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,220.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Andra Caston, Sr., Father, re:  Andra Caston, a minor.  Indictment No. 92-JA-18371 (Juvenile Case).

213610 PAUL S. KAYMAN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $2,040.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Otis Taylor, Father, re:  Teisha and Tneisha Ellis; Otis and Teshauna Taylor, minors.  Indictment Nos. 91-JA-16007, 91-JA-16008, 91-JA-16009 and 91-JA-16010 (Juvenile Cases).

213612 MARTIN B. SHAPIRO, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $692.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Johnny McDowell, Sr., Father, re:  Johnny McDowell, Jr., a minor.  Indictment No. 93-JA-5834 (Juvenile Case).

213613 JAMES S. WILLIAMS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,188.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Edward Douglas, Father, re:  Edward, Shanita, Shannell, Sierra and Shanice Douglas, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-1467, 96-JA-1468, 96-JA-1470, 96-JA-1471 and 96-JA-1473 (Juvenile Cases).

213614 JAMES S. WILLIAMS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,296.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Keith Reynolds, Father, re:  Kristi Parish, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-3989 (Juvenile Case).

213615 JAMES S. WILLIAMS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,182.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Trina Boyd, Mother, re:  Demone Boyd and Stanley Bryant, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-6233 and 96-JA-6234 (Juvenile Cases).

213616 MICHAEL HAGGERTY, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, Law Office of Ramirez, Haggerty & Parry, P.C., submitting an Order of Court for payment of $100.00 attorney fees for the defense of indigent defendants, Sydney and Sidney Branch, minors.  Indictment Nos. 86-J-2338 and 86-J-2339 (Juvenile Cases).

213617 MICHAEL HAGGERTY, Attorney, Law Office of Ramirez, Haggerty & Parry, P.C., submitting an Order of Court for payment of $167.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Mary Lawrence, Mother, re:  Ameer Dukes and Elijah, Alkhaaliq, Ishemael and Latifa Lawrence, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-9938, 94-JA-9939, 94-JA-9940, 94-JA-9941 and 94-JA-9942 (Juvenile Cases).

213618 MICHAEL HAGGERTY, Attorney, Law Office of Ramirez, Haggerty & Parry, P.C., submitting an Order of Court for payment of $865.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Mary Medina, Mother, re:  Joshua and Jose Mexicano a/k/a Mercado, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-6043 and 94-JA-6044 (Juvenile Cases).

213619 TIFFIN M. PRICE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $540.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Reginald Morgan, Father, re:  Reginald and Sharon Morgan, minors.  Indictment Nos. 97-JA-507 and 97-JA-508 (Juvenile Cases).

213620 TIFFIN M. PRICE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,092.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Rodney Beathea, Sr., Father, re:  Rodney Beathea, Jr., a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-1700 (Juvenile Case).

213621 TIFFIN M. PRICE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $381.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Ramona Catrenas, Private Guardian, re:  Ishmael Trevino, a minor.  Indictment No. 97-JA-0229 (Juvenile Case).

213622 DONNA L. RYDER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,218.30 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Allan C. Thompson, Father, re:  Deanna Thompson, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-1604 (Juvenile Case).

213623 NELSON I. DUNITZ, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,450.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Lillian Easter, Mother, re:  Frederick Robinson, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-1446 (Juvenile Case).

213624 RUSSELL J. MILLER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $985.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Darrius Simms, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-06886 (Juvenile Case).

213625 WILLIAM O. WALTERS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,617.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Louis Parker, Father, re:  Louis Hill, a minor.  Indictment No. 91-J-21281 (Juvenile Case).

213626 GILBERT C. SCHUMM, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $765.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Anthony Johnson, a minor.  Indictment No. 97-JD-1200 (Juvenile Case).

213627 JONATHAN LUSTIG, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,428.75 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Paulette McGraw, Mother, re:  Franklin McGraw, a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-4389 (Juvenile Case).

213628 THOMAS MCGINNIS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $930.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Benjamine Townes, Father, re:  Jasmine Townes, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-6841 (Juvenile Case).

213629 THOMAS MCGINNIS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $960.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Kenneth Randolph, Father, re:  Kennard Bonds, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-4197 (Juvenile Case).

213630 KAAREN M. PLANT, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $515.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Alonzo Doyle, Father, re:  Canisha Doyle, a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-6178 (Juvenile Case).

213631 DAVID J. BOONE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $555.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Arthur Khollman, Father, re:  A.J. and Anna Khollman a/k/a Coleman, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-1481 and 95-JA-1482 (Juvenile Cases).

213632 DAVID J. BOONE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $705.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Danielle Padilla, Mother, re:  Cassandra Haley and Maria and Michael Murphy, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-159, 94-JA-160 and 94-JA-4300 (Juvenile Cases).

213633 JOHN ANTHONY CASTANEDA, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $443.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, David Moore, Jr., a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-1446 (Juvenile Case).

213634 JOHN ANTHONY CASTANEDA, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $238.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, John Galloway, Sr., Father, re:  John Galloway, Jr., a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-5773 (Juvenile Case).

213635 MELINDA MACGREGOR, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $90.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Delores Eisner, Mother, re:  Steven and Angelo Eisner, minors.  Indictment Nos. 89-J-17887 and 94-JA-4457 (Juvenile Cases).

213636 MARV RAIDBARD, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $787.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Gayle Harrington, Mother, re:  Bennie, Jeremie and Jarvis Harrington, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-2392, 96-JA-2393 and 96-JA-2394 (Juvenile Cases).

213637 JEROME G. SILBERT, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,464.30 attorney fees for the defense of indigent defendants, Charmaigne Ellis and Michael Smith, Parents, re:  April and Delissa Ellis; Bruce, Tony and Latoya Baker, minors.  Indictment Nos. 92-JA-020381, 92-JA-020382, 92-JA-020383, 92-JA-020384 and 92-JA-020385 (Juvenile Cases).

213638 MARK C. LIEBERMAN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $777.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Tiashonice Brewton, Mother, re:  Dorothy, Marshawn, Rashaad, Shonice and Nicholai Washington, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-114, 96-JA-115, 96-JA-116, 96-JA-117 and 96-JA-5744 (Juvenile Cases).

213640 MARK C. LIEBERMAN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $777.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Danita Adams, Mother, re:  De'Shon Smith, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-3040 (Juvenile Case).

213642 DEAN C. MORASK, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $731.36 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Shontay Bell, Mother, re:  Darius Sims, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-6886 (Juvenile Case).

213643 VANESSA L. ELLIS, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $110.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, SaShae Campbell, a minor.  Indictment No. 89-JA-1660 (Juvenile Case).

213646 EDMUND F. LANDBERG, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $640.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Pamela Gatlin, Mother, re:  Tamaria Ford, Daviana Burton; Walter, Monteeze, Randy and Jeremy Gatlin, minors.  Indictment Nos. 92-JA-17204, 92-JA-17205, 92-JA-17206, 92-JA-17207, 92-JA-17208 and 95-JA-6412 (Juvenile Cases).

213647 STUART JOSHUA HOLT, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $797.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, John West, Father, re:  Juanita West, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-3434 (Juvenile Case).

213649 STUART JOSHUA HOLT, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,055.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Tonika Sellers, Mother, re:  Reginald Sellers, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-4229 (Juvenile Case).

213650 MARTIN J. WILSON, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $640.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Betty Thompson, Mother, re:  Leon and Tyree Thompson, minors.  Indictment Nos. 89-J-2569 and 89-J-2570 (Juvenile Cases).

213651 STEVEN SILETS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $960.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Doreen Parker, Mother, re:  Dominique Parker, a minor.  Indictment No. 91-J-26558 (Juvenile Case).

213652 STEVEN SILETS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $777.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Michael Rutecki, Father, re:  David, Douglas and Denise Rutecki, minors.  Indictment Nos. 92-J-1601, 92-J-1602 and 95-JA-1438 (Juvenile Cases).

213655 JOHN ANTHONY CASTANEDA, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $212.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Reginald Sellers, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-4229 (Juvenile Case).

213656 JOHN ANTHONY CASTANEDA, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $287.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Alonzo Cross, Sr., Father, re:  Shaquita Davis, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-7375 (Juvenile Case).

213657 JOHN ANTHONY CASTANEDA, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $254.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Shanice Gipson, Mother, re:  Khalia and Khalid Kelly, Jr., minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-790 and 97-JA-119 (Juvenile Cases).

213662 BRUCE E. BRANDWEIN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $919.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Chantal Johnson, Mother, re:  Warren Langford; Shannell and Lionell Smith; Demetri Spencer and Sparkle Williams, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-2182, 95-JA-2183, 95-JA-2184, 95-JA-2185 and 95-JA-2186 (Juvenile Cases).

213665 STEVEN R. HUNTER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $596.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Grace Rodriguez, Mother, re:  Daniel and Grace Rodriguez and Christian DeJesus, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-02840, 96-JA-02841 and 96-JA-02842 (Juvenile Cases).

213669 ELLEN SYDNEY WEISZ, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $775.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Clarence Turner, Father, re:  Keith Turner, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-0853 (Juvenile Case).

213670 MARY L. WALKER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $892.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Gerald Wilson, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JD-16325 (Juvenile Case).

213671 MICHAEL J. PETRO, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $725.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Sammy Prince, Sr., Father, re:  Sammy Prince, Jr., a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-3882 (Juvenile Case).

213674 LORRI D. AMBROSE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $506.40 attorney fees for the defense of indigent defendants, Jalisa and Kaelonnie Moore, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-6147 and 95-JA-6148 (Juvenile Cases).

213675 LORRI D. AMBROSE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $444.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Otis Pennington, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JD-20058 (Juvenile Case).

213676 LORRI D. AMBROSE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $4,998.20 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Denise Turner, Mother, re:  Yolanda Bell, Jamal and Michael Hughes, Jr., minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-865, 94-JA-866 and 94-JA-867 (Juvenile Cases).

213677 LORRI D. AMBROSE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $555.80 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Nicole Miller, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JD-1322 (Juvenile Case).

213678 MARV RAIDBARD, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $337.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Lola Smith, Mother, re:  Bianca and Joshua Smith, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-J-2763 and 94-J-4497 (Juvenile Cases).

213679 ROBERT D. KUZAS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $460.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, James Barber, a minor.  Indictment No. 97-JD-5094 (Juvenile Case).

213680 JAMES K. KOGUT, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $592.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Juan Gali, Father, re:  Celeste Gali, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-4529 (Juvenile Case).

213685 MYRON B. AUERBACH, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $300.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Keith Hoskins Hayes, Jr., a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-6630 (Juvenile Case).

213686 DEAN C. MORASK, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,358.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Shirley Allen, Mother, re:  Erica and Ronesha Allen, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-6461 and 94-JA-6462 (Juvenile Cases).

213688 LINDA AMDUR, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,047.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Miguel Rivera, Sr., Father, re:  Miguel, Gabriel and Yahaida Rivera, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-6364, 95-JA-6365 and 96-JA-2905 (Juvenile Cases).

213689 LINDA AMDUR, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,137.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Mona Lisa Thornton, a minor.  Indictment No. 93-JA-1737 (Juvenile Case).

213691 MICHAEL HAGGERTY, Attorney, Law Office of Ramirez, Haggerty & Parry, P.C., submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,032.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Percy Chew, Father, re:  Thaddeus and Tiffany Burton, minors.  Indictment Nos. 89-J-19913 and 96-JA-426 (Juvenile Cases).

213704 HOMER C. BRITTON, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $530.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Joseph Richardson, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JD-08169 (Juvenile Case).

213708 NELSON I. DUNITZ, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,500.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Lavene Butler, Mother, re:  Martez, Martice, Martay and Maurice Davis, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-3895, 95-JA-3896, 95-JA-3897 and 95-JA-3898 (Juvenile Cases).

213713 ERIC OSTROV, JD, Ph.D., ABPP, presented by Alma Learetta Tyson, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,896.50 opinion/witness fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Despot Despotovic, Sr., Father, re:  Caroline Despotovic, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-3815 (Juvenile Case).

213734 CRYSTAL B. ASHLEY, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,605.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Latasha Hollie, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-5309 (Juvenile Case).

213736 CRYSTAL B. ASHLEY, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $390.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Joel Lopez, a minor.  Indictment No. 97-JD-03794 (Juvenile Case).

213738 CRYSTAL B. ASHLEY, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,005.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Joel Lopez, a minor.  Indictment No. 97-JD-0888 (Juvenile Case).

213740 DONNA L. RYDER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,176.26 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Jennifer Moore, Mother, re:  Patricia, David, Christine, Theresa and Jessica a/k/a Lisa Moore, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-1443, 94-JA-1444, 94-JA-1445, 94-JA-1446 and 94-JA-8433 (Juvenile Cases).

213741 PETER M. PARRY, Attorney, Law Office of Ramirez, Haggerty & Parry, P.C., submitting an Order of Court for payment of $270.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Aaron Badie, a minor.  Indictment No. 97-JD-6088 (Juvenile Case).

213742 ANDREA M. TIRVA, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $624.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Donna Jones, Mother, re:  Errol Jones, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-1445 (Juvenile Case).

213744 BRUCE H. BORNSTEIN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $835.04 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Willie Williams, Father, re:  Jovan and Tattiana Lee, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-5938 and 94-JA-5939 (Juvenile Cases).

213745 BRUCE E. BRANDWEIN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $529.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Davis Shields, Father, re:  Amber Shields and Quintin Johnson, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-2789 and 96-JA-2792 (Juvenile Case).

213770 THOMAS MCGINNIS, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $950.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Jerome Jackson, Jr., a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-3972 (Juvenile Case).

213771 THOMAS MCGINNIS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $870.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Joseph Tillman, Sr., Father, re:  Sonia Johnson and Joseph Tillman, Jr., minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-7555 and 94-JA-7556 (Juvenile Cases).

213772  LORI S. LOEB, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $310.17 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, David Branagin, Father, re:  Bo Branagin, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-2963 (Juvenile Case).

213773 CHRISTOPHER JACOBS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,170.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Valarie Linzy, Mother, re:  Arrien Freeman and Cassandra Linzy, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-9645 and 95-JA-5125 (Juvenile Cases).

213774 CHRISTOPHER JACOBS, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $846.00 attorney fees for the defense of indigent defendants, Frank Morales and Ishmael Marty, Fathers, re:  Frank Morales, Jr, and Martin Marty, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-6096 and 95-JA-6097 (Juvenile Cases).

213775 MARK H. KUSATZKY, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,001.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Tina Lockett, Mother, re:  Kim Newton and Marcus, Claudell and Jeffrey Sheppard, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-377, 94-JA-378, 95-JA-4107 and 96-JA-5044 (Juvenile Cases).

213776 MARY LOU WALKER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $441.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Sanford Reaves, Father, re:  Shaquita and Sanford Reaves, Jr., minors.  Indictment Nos. 93-JA-3200 and 93-JA-3201 (Juvenile Cases).

213777 MYRON B. AUERBACH, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $550.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Dion Reed, Mother, re:  Ernest Carruthers and Candis Reed, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-6341 and 95-JA-6342 (Juvenile Cases).

213778 JOHN ANTHONY CASTANEDA, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $353.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Roseanne Nicoletti, Mother, re:  Frank and Sean Harrison, minors.  Indictment Nos. 95-JA-6376 and 95-JA-6377 (Juvenile Cases).

213807 SCOTT D. ROGOFF, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,338.02 attorney fees for the defense of indigent defendants, James Wallace and Calvin Woods, Fathers, re:  Ayesha, Keisha and Taneisha Woods; Calvin and Devon Butler, minors.  Indictment Nos. 87-JA-5691, 88-JA-8086, 88-JA-8087, 88-JA-8088 and 88-JA-8146 (Juvenile Cases).

213808 STUART JOSHUA HOLT, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,060.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Demmary Thomas, Father, re:  Andrea Thomas, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-4187 (Juvenile Case).

213809 EDMUND F. LANDBERG, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,060.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Audretta Solti, a minor.  Indictment No. 91-J-13326 (Juvenile Case).

213811 PAUL W. PLOTNICK, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $485.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Sherry Gathing, Mother, re:  Cory and Jovan Gathing, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-4287 and 96-JA-4288 (Juvenile Cases).

213812 ROBERT A. HORWITZ, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $307.20 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Earl McWright, Father, re:  Dionte and Makesha Dandridge, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-04937 and 96-JA-04938 (Juvenile Cases).

213813 ROBERT F. BRUNN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $595.02 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Crystal Curtis, Mother, re:  Helen, Arsenio and Tony Holloway, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-8584, 94-JA-8585 and 94-JA-8586 (Juvenile Cases).

213814 ROBERT F. BRUNN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $470.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Jeremiah Johnson, a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-9686 (Juvenile Case).

213815 DIANNE DEWAR DEGRANGE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,175.85 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Anthony Lynch, Father, re:  Anthony and Tanya Weatherspoon, minors.  Indictment Nos. 93-JA-3772 and 93-JA-3773 (Juvenile Cases).

213817 BRUCE E. BRANDWEIN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $348.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Fernandez Jones, a minor.  Indictment No. 95-JA-7036 (Juvenile Case).

213818 BRUCE E. BRANDWEIN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $744.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Andre Gordon, Father, re:  Latina Scott, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-976 (Juvenile Case).

213819 DIANNE DEWAR DEGRANGE, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $840.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Jeanette Lyons, Mother, re:  Aubrey Lyons, a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-05630 (Juvenile Case).

213820 ALICE L. WILSON, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $935.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Javier Olivarez, Father, re:  Jessie Olivarez and Jamil Hamidal, minors.  Indictment Nos. 93-JA-3062 and 93-JA-3065 (Juvenile Cases).

213821 ALICE L. WILSON, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $812.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Erica Harris, Mother, re:  Eric, Alan and Mikahyalah Smith, minors.  Indictment Nos. 94-JA-904, 94-JA-905 and 94-JA-2017 (Juvenile Cases).

213822 ALICE L. WILSON, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,057.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Albert Vaughn, Father, re:  Cortez and Albert Vaughn, minors.  Indictment Nos. 93-JA-00323 and 93-JA-00325 (Juvenile Cases).

213823 BRIAN ALEXANDER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,697.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Jessie Harrison, Mother, re:  Tiara Yates, a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-4406 (Juvenile Case).

213824 DEBORAH ROSENBERG ALEXANDER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $672.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Darryl Butler, Father, re:  Darryl Banks, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JA-0709 (Juvenile Case).

213825 WILLIAM A. LONDON, Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $2,157.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Paula Williams, a minor.  Indictment No. 93-JA-01655 (Juvenile Case).

213835 STEVEN R. HUNTER, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $309.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Monica Williams, Mother, re:  Kenneth Miller, a minor.  Indictment No. 94-JA-0876 (Juvenile Case).

213871 MARK C. LIBERMAN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,627.50 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Jean Edges, Mother, re:  Jean Savaste, a minor.  Indictment No. 87-JA-5054 (Juvenile Case).

213872 JOSEPH J. CAVANAUGH, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $1,145.00 attorney fees for the defense of an indigent defendant, Cornelius Crawford, a minor.  Indictment No. 96-JD-10804 (Juvenile Case).

213876 MARK C. LIEBERMAN, Attorney, submitting an Order of Court for payment of $965.00 attorney fees for the defense of indigent defendants, Keshawnde Pitts, Tyshawnda and Tashaun Toney, minors.  Indictment Nos. 96-JA-1138, 96-JA-1139 and 96-JA-3435 (Juvenile Cases).

Juvenile Cases Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present: $1,593,773.16

Juvenile Cases to be Approved:                          $86,269.17

Special Court Orders

Special Court Orders Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present:  $729,823.73

Special Court Orders to be Approved:             $0.00

COMMISSIONER Silvestri, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER sutker, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE COURT ORDERS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

 

Section 2

Your Committee has considered the following numbered and described bills and recommends that they be, and upon the adoption of this report, are approved and that the County Comptroller and County Treasurer are authorized and directed to issue warrants to said claimants in the amounts recommended.

213721 STATE OF ILLINOIS TREASURER, on behalf of the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $20,850.00, part payment for Contract No. 95-41-1024, for user fee and all accompanied software for access to the Correctional Institution Management Information System (CIMIS) for the Department of Corrections, for the month of May, 1997 (239-441 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212983).  Purchase Order No. 71652, approved by County Board August 1, 1995 and May 21, 1996.

213722 TRAVELERS & IMMIGRANTS AID, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $57,970.00, part payment for Contract No. 95-41-992, for the Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative Residential Program for the Juvenile Court of Cook County, for the month of March, 1997 (820-232 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213000).  Purchase Order No. 72759, approved by County Board July 6, 1995 and January 7, 1997.

213735 ILLINOIS RECYCLING SERVICE, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting twelve (12) invoices totaling $19,261.65, part payment for Contract No. 96-51-730, for scavenger service for the Department of Corrections, for the month of February, 1997 (239-215 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212804).  Purchase Order No. 68428, approved by County Board June 18, 1996.

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213737 ILLINOIS RECYCLING SERVICE, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting twelve (12) invoices totaling $20,968.16, part payment for Contract No. 96-51-730, for scavenger service for the Department of Corrections, for the month of March, 1997 (239-215 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213735).  Purchase Order No. 68428, approved by County Board June 18, 1996.

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213743 OFFICE OF THE STATE'S ATTORNEY, submitting invoice totaling $8,965.03, payment for Special Medical Examiners for Workers' Compensation Litigation, Record Copy Services & Court Reporting Services; Workers' Compensation Unit, State's Attorney's Office, for cases cited on the attached listing.  Individual checks to be issued by the Comptroller in accordance with the attached report in conjunction with the Department of Risk Management, Worker's Compensation Unit.

213746   RAY O'HERRON COMPANY, INC. OF OAKBROOK TERRACE, Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $13,414.35, full payment for Contract No. 96-54-1055 Rebid, for new and remanufactured ammunition for the Sheriff's Police Department (211-390 Account).  Purchase Order No. 90958, approved by County Board February 20, 1997.

213749 MOTOROLA, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $21,536.25, full payment for Contract No. 96-51-1438, for Motorola radio communication equipment for the Sheriff's Department of Community Supervision and Intervention.  Bond Issue (13000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 91065, approved by County Board April 4, 1997.

213758 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice for reimbursement of funds totaling $15,610.02, to reimburse the Sheriff's Police Department for gasoline from County pumps used by the State's Attorney's Office, for the month of May, 1997.  (See Comm. No. 213223).  Charge Account 250-445.  Credit Account 211-444.

213759 CORRECTIONAL FOODSERVICE MANAGEMENT, Atlanta, Georgia, submitting four (4) invoices totaling $652,253.16, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-914, to provide meals for inmates and staff for the Department of Corrections, for the period of April 28 through May 25, 1997 (239-223 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213158).  Purchase Order No. 72126, approved by County Board August 6, 1996.

213760 MARK I WATERPROOFING & RESTORATION COMPANY, Dolton, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $367,488.00, 4th part payment for Contract No. 96-50-1419, for construction of the roofdeck replacement at the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the period ending June 10, 1997.  Bond Issue (32000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213168).  Purchase Order No. 90788, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213761 MITCHELL INTERNATIONAL, Skokie, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $44,130.05, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-1043, for consultant services for medical equipment planning services and procurement assistance for the New Cook County Hospital, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of May, 1997.  Bond Issue (22000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213241).  Purchase Order No. 69296, approved by County Board June 4, 1996.

213763 ELLERBE BECKET, INC., Minneapolis, Minnesota, submitting invoice totaling $19,000.00, part payment for Contract No. 94-20-619, for basic fees for architectural and engineering services for the New Cermak Health Services Facility replacement project, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of May, 1997.  Bond Issue (11000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213153).  Purchase Order No. 43918, approved by County Board November 16, 1993.

213764 MITCHELL INTERNATIONAL, Skokie, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $12,169.00, 8th part payment for Contract No. 96-43-1042, for medical equipment planning services for the Cermak Health Services of Cook County replacement project, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the period ending April 30, 1997.  Bond Issue (11000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 208956).  Purchase Order No. 68892, approved by County Board February 6, 1996.

213765 TISHMAN CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION OF ILLINOIS, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $17,056.04, 35th part payment for Contract No. 94-20-387, for basic fees for program management services for the Cermak Health Services of Cook County replacement project, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of May, 1997.  Bond Issue (11000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213167).  Purchase Order No. 41363, approved by County Board November 16, 1993.

213768 FRANKLIN CAPITAL/MICRO SERVICING, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $27,646.00, full payment for Contract No. 96-84-363, for microfilm and microfiche equipment (microfilmers, processors, reader printers, etc.) for the Clerk of the Circuit Court (529-532 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74058, approved by County Board February 4, 1997.

213780 WALSH/II IN ONE, A Joint Venture, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $1,409,224.00, 15th part payment for Contract No. 95-50-1152, for construction of the New Cermak Health Services Facility, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the period ending June 15, 1997.  Bond Issue (11000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213155).  Purchase Order No. 86010, approved by County Board January 23, 1996.

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213782 LEXIS-NEXIS, Carol Stream, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $63,448.64, part payment for Contract No. 94-41-848, for computerized legal research system for the Circuit Court of Cook County, Office of the Chief Judge, for the months of March and May, 1997 (300-353 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213089).  Purchase Order No. 71379, approved by County Board May 17, 1994 and March 21, 1995.

213783 WENDELL CAMPBELL ASSOCIATES, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $39,626.50, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-973, for architectural services for the Lobby restoration project at the Cook County Building, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of May, 1997.  Bond Issue (7000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212816).  Purchase Order No. 86983, approved by County Board April 16, 1996.

213784   THE PARTNERSHIP FOR COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE, LLC, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $127,276.20, 19th part payment for Contract No. 95-43-1160, for program management services for the New Cook County Hospital project, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of May, 1997.  Bond Issue (22000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213152).  Purchase Order No. 31761, approved by County Board August 10, 1995.

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213786 LJE/DUSABLE, A Joint Venture, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $36,480.45, 14th part payment for Contract No. 96-43-327, for architectural/engineering (A/E) services for site demolition and utility relocation for the New Cook County Hospital, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of May, 1997.  Bond Issue (22000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213150).  Purchase Order No. 63217, approved by County Board December 20, 1995.

213787 STATE OF ILLINOIS TREASURER, on behalf of the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $20,850.00, part payment for Contract No. 95-41-1024, for user fee and all accompanied software for access to the Correctional Institution Management Information System (CIMIS) for the Department of Corrections, for the month of June, 1997 (239-441 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213721).  Purchase Order No. 71652, approved by County Board August 1, 1995 and May 21, 1996.

213788 ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR, Bridgeview, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $11,519.84, part payment for Contract No. 96-41-1004, for the leasing of automobiles for the Sheriff's Office, High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force (HIDTA), for the month of May, 1997 (656-634 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213460).  Purchase Order No. 75758, approved by County Board May 21, 1996 and April 15, 1997.

 

213789  CCH DESIGN GROUP, c/o Loebl, Schlossman & Hackl, Inc., A Joint Venture, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $386,433.00, 15th part payment for Contract No. 96-43-190, for executive architect basic services for the New Cook County Hospital project, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of May, 1997.  (See Comm. No. 213793).  Bond Issue (22000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 31837, approved by County Board November 8, 1995.

  CHAIRMAN DALEY VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213790 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, INC. (HRDI), Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $23,448.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-701, for drug abuse treatment program for detainees housed in the Pre-Release Center for the Sheriff's Department of Community Supervision and Intervention, for the period of April 28 through May 23, 1997 (236-298 Account).  (See Comm. No. 211704).  Purchase Order No. 89292, approved by County Board October 8, 1996.

213793  CCH DESIGN GROUP, c/o Loebl, Schlossman & Hackl, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $10,689.42, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-190, for architectural/engineering services for the New Cook County Hospital, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy, for the month of April, 1997.  Bond Issue (22000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213789).  Purchase Order No. 31839, approved by County Board November 8, 1995.

  CHAIRMAN DALEY VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213794 T.A.S.C., INC. (Treatment Alternatives for Special Clients), Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $274,540.50, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-700 Rebid, for alternative treatment for pretrial detainees for the Sheriff's Furlough and Day Reporting Center Programs for the Sheriff's Department of Community Supervision and Intervention, for the month of May, 1997 (236-298 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213242).  Purchase Order No. 90980, approved by County Board October 8, 1996.

213795 MCDERMOTT, WILL & EMERY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $16,584.44, full payment for Contract No. 97-43-734, to provide technical assistance in negotiations with various health care providers for the Bureau of Finance (490-260 Account).  Purchase Order No. 75930, approved by County Board February 20, 1997.

213796 MOTOROLA, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $57,165.21, part payment for Contract No. 96-51-1438, for motorola radio communication equipment for the Sheriff's Office.  Bond Issue (13000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 91062, approved by County Board April 4, 1997.

213798 ADVANCED TEXTILES COMPANY, INC., Morton Grove, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $34,620.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-54-782, for linen for the Department of Corrections (239-330 Account).  Purchase Order No. 85853, approved by County Board August 6, 1996.

213800 TRANE CHICAGO-AURORA SERVICE AGENCY, Hillside, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $14,640.00, part payment for Contract No. 93-20-1009, for chiller plant parts and service for the Department of Facilities Management (200-450 Account).  Purchase Order No. 73858, approved by County Board March 1, 1994 and September 10, 1996.

213801 ADVANCED TEXTILES COMPANY, INC., Morton Grove, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $16,261.50, part payment for Contract No. 96-54-782, for linen for the Department of Corrections (239-330 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213798).  Purchase Order No. 86858, approved by County Board August 6, 1996.

213803 AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC., Matteson, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $59,479.80, part payment for Contract No. 96-41-1344, for monthly childcare pretrial advocate services provided to clients for the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center Court of Cook County, for the month of November, 1996 (820-232 Account).  Purchase Order No. 90507, approved by County Board August 6, 1996.

213827 ENGLEWOOD ELECTRICAL SUPPLY COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $10,305.00 part payment for Contract No. 96-54-1109, for electrical supplies (ballasts) for the Department of Facilities Management (200-333 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74050, approved by County Board October 22, 1996.

213834 GENERAL PARKING MANAGEMENT, L.P., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $57,689.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-50-561, for parking management services for the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, for the month of April, 1997 (200-260 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212422).  Purchase Order No. 70394, approved by County Board April 3, 1996.

213838 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $50,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 209580).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213839 JENSEN & HALSTEAD, LTD., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $38,829.66, part payment for Contract No. 90-14-696, for architectural and engineering fees for the renovation of the elevators in the Cook County Building, for the Office of Capital Planning and Policy.  Bond Issue (7000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 209388).  Purchase Order No. 32775, approved by County Board June 4, 1990.

213841 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $50,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213838).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213842 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $50,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213841).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213843 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $50,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213842).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213844 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213843).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213845 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213844).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213846 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213845).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213848 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213846).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213849 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213848).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213850 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213849).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213852 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213850).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213853 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213852).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213854 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213853).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213855 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $20,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213854).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213856 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $10,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213855).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213858 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $10,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213856).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213860 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $10,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213858).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213861 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $10,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213860).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213863 COUNTY TREASURER, Edward J. Rosewell, submitting invoice totaling $10,000.00, part payment for postage for the first collection of the second installment of 1996 real estate tax bills (060-225 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213861).  Warrant to be made payable to the U.S. Postmaster.

213869 PITNEY BOWES, INC., Appleton, Wisconsin, submitting invoice totaling $43,086.00, full payment for Contract No. 97-41-195, for rental of postage meters for the Bureau of Administration, for the period of December 1, 1996 through November 30, 1997 (490-440 Account).  Purchase Order No. 75566, approved by County Board November 19, 1996.

213878 LYONS-RYAN FORD SALES, INC., Antioch, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $137,800.00, part payment for Contract No. 97-43-476, for 1997 automobiles for the Sheriff's Office (717/211-549 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74580, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213879 LYONS-RYAN FORD SALES, INC., Antioch, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $137,800.00, part payment for Contract No. 97-43-476, for 1997 automobiles for the Sheriff's Office (717/211-549 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213878).  Purchase Order No. 74580, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213880 MIDWEST TRANSIT EQUIPMENT, INC., Kankakee, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $15,176.67, full payment for Contract No. 97-41-437, for bus body repair for the Sheriff's Office (211-444 Account).  Purchase Order No. 75723, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

COMMISSIONER hansen, SECONDED by COMMISSIONER lechowicz, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE BILLS AND CLAIMS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 3

Your Committee has considered the following numbered and described bills which are the obligation of the Health Facilities and recommends that they be, and upon the adoption of this report, are approved, and that the County Comptroller and County Treasurer are authorized and directed to issue warrants in the amounts recommended to said claimants.

213695 JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, submitting invoice totaling $14,030.00, part payment for Contract No. 95-41-1162, for maintenance of critical systems controls for Cook County Hospital, for the months of January through May, 1997 (897-449 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74962, approved by County Board October 3, 1995.

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213714   THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, The Visual Sciences Center, Chicago, Illinois, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $36,387.52, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-479, for resident supervision services and patient consultations in accordance with the Cooperative Educational Master Agreement in Ophthalmology for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County, for the months of April and May, 1997 (898-272 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212458).  Purchase Order No. 89353, approved by County Board November 21, 1995 and July 2, 1996.

213715 SUBURBAN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE COUNCIL, Westchester, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $105,927.68, part payment for Contract No. 97-43-356, for access to care program providing primary care for medically indigent residents of Suburban Cook County for the Department of Public Health, for the month of May, 1997 (895-298 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213235).  Purchase Order No. 75575, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213716 G & W PACKING COMPANY, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $23,951.06, part payment for Contract No. 96-54-535, for meat products for Cook County Hospital (897-310 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212673).  Purchase Order No. 70115, approved by County Board September 10, 1996.

213717    DIK DRUG COMPANY, INC., Burr Ridge, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $50,525.28, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-447H, for H.R.D. related agents pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-364 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213363).  Purchase Order No. 73277, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213718    DIK DRUG COMPANY, INC., Burr Ridge, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $10,929.33, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-428H, for blood formation & coagulation, electrolytic, caloric and water balance enzymes for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 211748).  Purchase Order No. 73242, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213719 BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $61,024.35, part payment for Contract No. 94-15-882H, for Ace inhibitors pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212263).  Purchase Order No. 71137, approved by County Board November 1, 1994.

213720   THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS MEDICAL CENTER, Graduate Medical Education, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $74,623.22, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-713, for residency program (resident stipends) in General Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Otolaryngology and Plastic Surgery in accordance with the Cooperative Educational Master Agreement for Cook County Hospital, for the month of April, 1997 (897-272 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212666).  Purchase Order No. 70402, approved by County Board March 6, 1996.

213723 COLONIAL HEALTHCARE SUPPLY COMPANY, d/b/a Bergen Brunswig Medical Corporation, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $41,351.22, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-529H, for intravenous solutions and equipment for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212985).  Purchase Order No. 70828, approved by County Board July 2, 1996.

213724 COLONIAL HEALTHCARE SUPPLY COMPANY, d/b/a Bergen Brunswig Medical Corporation, Chicago, Illinois, submitting three (3) invoices totaling $38,205.30, part payment for Contract No. 94-15-827H, for examination and surgical gloves for Cook County Hospital (897-362 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213076).  Purchase Order No. 70204, approved by County Board January 18, 1995.

213725 COLONIAL HEALTHCARE SUPPLY COMPANY, d/b/a Bergen Brunswig Medical Corporation, Chicago, Illinois, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $23,618.52, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-031H, for particulate respirator masks for Cook County Hospital (897-362 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213071).  Purchase Order No. 72164, approved by County Board December 3, 1996.

213726 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $10,480.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-446H, for anti-infective pharmaceuticals for Provident Hospital of Cook County (891-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212593).  Purchase Order No. 70777, approved by County Board July 2, 1996.

213727 LIFESOURCE, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $10,767.50, part payment for Contract No. 96-72-492, for blood products for Provident Hospital of Cook County (891-368 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212278).  Purchase Order No. 73656, approved by County Board July 2, 1996.

213728 SUNLIFE OB/GYN PHYSICIAN SERVICES OF THE MIDWEST, INC., Charlotte, North Carolina, submitting invoice totaling $213,556.87, part payment for Contract No. 93-24-840, for obstetrics and gynecology physicians services for Provident Hospital of Cook County, for the month of April, 1997 (891-272 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213073).  Purchase Order No. 72474, approved by County Board April 19, 1993 and November 19, 1996.

213729 SHARED MEDICAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION (SMS), Malvern, Pennsylvania, submitting invoice totaling $42,274.08, part payment for Contract No. 93-23-218, for patient information systems for Provident Hospital of Cook County (891-249 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213075).  Purchase Order No. 72823, approved by County Board November 2, 1992 and May 21, 1996.

213730 MIDWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Downers Grove, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $233,789.58, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-806, for professional services and clinical training program in Emergency Medicine for Provident Hospital of Cook County, for the month of June, 1997 (891-272 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213074).  Purchase Order 72475, approved by the County Board March 6, 1996.

213731 SMITHKLINE BEECHAM CLINICAL LABORATORIES, St. Louis, Missouri, submitting invoice totaling $11,993.79, part payment for Contract No. 96-73-60, for reference laboratory testing for Provident Hospital of Cook County (891-278 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212449).  Purchase Order No. 71701, approved by County Board February 6, 1996.

213732 WELLS FARGO GUARD SERVICES, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $76,174.46, part payment for Contract No. 96-50-764, for security services for Provident Hospital of Cook County, for the period of May 5 through June 4, 1997 (891-249 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213545).  Purchase Order No. 73503, approved by County Board August 6, 1996.

213733 ART'S TRANSPORTATION, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $31,928.05, part payment for Contract No. 97-53-233, for shuttle bus service between the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center and Cook County Hospital for Cook County Hospital, for the period of May 19-31, 1997 (897-190 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212624).  Purchase Order No. 72827, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213747 COLONIAL HEALTHCARE SUPPLY COMPANY, d/b/a Bergen Brunswig Medical Corporation, Chicago, Illinois, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $13,566.00, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-220H, for gauze sponges and stockinettes for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County (898-362 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74939, approved by County Board February 20, 1997.

213748 HEALTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, INC., New York, New York, submitting four (4) invoices totaling $547,188.76, part payment for Contract No. 91-11-32, for estimated commissions for Retroactive Claims Reprocessing (RCR) collection services for Cook County Hospital, rendered on various dates (897-260 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212333).  Purchase Order No. 32618, approved by County Board July 2, 1990 and September 8, 1993.

213750 OHMEDA, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $15,804.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-41-524, for maintenance of anesthesia unit for Provident Hospital of Cook County (891-442 Account).  Purchase Order No. 75573, approved by County Board December 20, 1995.

213751 GABE'S INSTALLATION SERVICE, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $13,157.00, part payment for Contract No. 95-51-172 Rebid, to furnish and install carpeting for Cook County Hospital.  Bond Issue (13000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 91015, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213752 ELIGIBILITY SERVICES, INC. (ESI), Dallas, Texas, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $213,439.99, part payment for Contract No. 97-43-124, for PMP program accounting services for Cook County Hospital, on various dates (897-260 Account).  Purchase Order No. 75216, approved by County Board November 7, 1996.

213753 RUSH-PRESBYTERIAN-ST. LUKE'S MEDICAL CENTER, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $13,440.00, part payment for Contract No. 97-43-137, for extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy services for Cook County Hospital, on various dates (897-278 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74523, approved by County Board October 8, 1996.

213754 CENTEON L.L.C., Atlanta, Georgia, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $24,792.70, part payment for Contract No. 95-15-253H, for serums, vaccines, toxoids and diagnostics for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  Purchase Order No. 75727, approved by County Board May 16, 1995.

213755 CREATIVE LIGHTING PRODUCTS, INC., Orland Park, Illinois, submitting seven (7) invoices totaling $17,040.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-54-1061 Rebid, for electrical supplies for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County (898-333 Account).  Purchase Order No. 90804, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213756   J-O-M PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES JOHNSON & JOHNSON HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS, INC., Charlotte, North Carolina, submitting invoice totaling $10,483.74, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-597H, for central nervous system agents pharmaceuticals for Cermak Health Services of Cook County (240-361 Account).  Purchase Order No. 72077, approved by County Board November 19, 1996.

213757 LESTER AND ROSA ANIXTER CENTER, Lincolnwood, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $13,832.87, final payment for Contract No. 94-82-417, for microfilm services for Cermak Health Services of Cook County (240-246 Account).  (See Comm. No. 208204).  Purchase Order No. 53534, approved by County Board December 20, 1995.

213762 FRED BERGLUND & SONS, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $10,006.35, final payment for Contract No. 96-41-518, for upgrade of fire doors for Provident Hospital of Cook County.  Bond Issue (20000 Account).  (See Comm. No. 210900).  Purchase Order No. 63216, approved by County Board February 6, 1996.

213766 LANIER WORLDWIDE, INC., Atlanta, Georgia, submitting invoice totaling $117,869.00, full payment for Contract No. 96-83-1295 Rebid, for digital dictation system for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County.  Bond Issue (13000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 90787, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213767 COMMUNICATION CONTRACTORS, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $22,260.20, part payment for Contract No. 96-50-1216, to furnish and install thirty-one (31) smoke detectors for Provident Hospital of Cook County.  Bond Issue (20000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 89739, approved by County Board November 7, 1996.

213769 GLOBAL HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC., Rockville, Maryland, submitting invoice totaling $18,120.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-41-1020, for maintenance of computer software for the Department of Public Health, for the period of January 1 through June 30, 1997 (895-249 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74065, approved by County Board March 6, 1996.

213781 SERVICEMASTER MANAGEMENT SERVICES, Chicago, Illinois, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $54,120.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-72-396, for maintenance and service of radiology imaging systems for Provident Hospital of Cook County, for the months of February, March and April, 1997 (891-442 Account).  (See Comm. No. 210811).  Purchase Order No. 70637, approved by County Board June 18, 1996.

213785 GENERAL PARKING MANAGEMENT, L.P., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $24,756.89, part payment for Contract No. 96-50-561, for parking management services for Provident Hospital of Cook County, for the month of May, 1997 (891-249 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213218).  Purchase Order No. 73330, approved by County Board April 3, 1996.

213791 DATA GENERAL CORPORATION, Charlotte, North Carolina, submitting four (4) invoices totaling $15,372.22, part payment for Contract No. 96-41-1087, for maintenance of computer hardware and software for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County (898-441 Account).  Purchase Order No. 72773, approved by County Board May 21, 1996.

213792 ROSS PRODUCTS DIVISION, Abbott Laboratories, Columbus, Ohio, submitting invoice totaling $15,363.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-409H, for nutritional supplements, feeding and tubing supplies for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County (898-337 Account).  Purchase Order No. 71737, approved by County Board April 3, 1996.

213797 T & N SERVICES, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $25,760.00, full payment for Contract No. 96-53-1222, for four (4) mobile hot food cart servers for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County.  Bond Issue (13000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 91007, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213810 CARRIER CORPORATION, Chicago, Illinois, submitting three (3) invoices totaling $37,665.00, part payment for Contract No. 96-51-427, for industrial refrigeration system maintenance services for Cook County Hospital, for the months of March, May and June, 1997 (897-450 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213225).  Purchase Order No. 72343, approved by County Board October 22, 1996.

213826    DIK DRUG COMPANY, INC., Burr Ridge, Illinois, submitting nine (9) invoices totaling $12,049.19, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-446H, for anti-infective pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212918).  Purchase Order No. 71177, approved by County Board July 2, 1996.

213828    DIK DRUG COMPANY, INC., Burr Ridge, Illinois, submitting three (3) invoices totaling $28,848.96, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-452H-1, for H.R.D. related agents pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-364 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213212).  Purchase Order No. 74920, approved by County Board March 6, 1997.

213829    DIK DRUG COMPANY, INC., Burr Ridge, Illinois, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $10,009.76, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-002H, for autonomic pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213564).  Purchase Order No. 73754, approved by County Board February 20, 1997.

213830 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting three (3) invoices totaling $73,988.20, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-617H, for cardiovascular pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213507).  Purchase Order No. 73234, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213831 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting three (3) invoices totaling $13,767.56, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-255H, for gastrointestinal drugs for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213566).  Purchase Order No. 72847, approved by County Board January 7, 1997.

213832 NOVO/NORDISK PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, submitting invoice totaling $36,210.00, part payment for Contract No. 95-15-134H, for insulin for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213419).  Purchase Order No. 72417, approved by County Board May 16, 1995.

213833    DIK DRUG COMPANY, INC., Burr Ridge, Illinois, submitting four (4) invoices totaling $19,156.80, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-449H, for heavy metal antagonist, hormones and synthetic pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213508).  Purchase Order No. 71187, approved by County Board July 2, 1996.

213836 ANGELICA TEXTILE SERVICES, Chicago, Illinois, submitting five (5) invoices totaling $148,725.52, part payment for Contract No. 95-20-540, for laundry linen service for Cook County Hospital, on various dates (897-249 Account).  (See Comm. No. 210264).  Purchase Order No. 65042, approved by County Board October 3, 1995.

213837 TECH REFRIGERATION, INC., Bridgeview, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $28,350.56, part payment for Contract No. 96-51-186, for refrigeration maintenance and repair for Cook County Hospital, on various dates (897-449 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213485).  Purchase Order No. 74092, approved by County Board May 7, 1996.

213840    DIK DRUG COMPANY, INC., Burr Ridge, Illinois, submitting four (4) invoices totaling $30,443.04, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-291H, for urine strip tests for Cook County Hospital (897-365 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212573).  Purchase Order No. 70696, approved by County Board June 18, 1996.

213847 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS, INC., Wood Dale, Illinois, submitting four (4) invoices totaling $22,763.21, part payment for Contract No. 95-72-944, for laboratory reference testing services for the Department of Ambulatory and Community Health Network, for the month of April, 1997 (893-278 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213411).  Purchase Order No. 70228, approved by County Board January 23, 1996.

213851 HEBARD-PORTER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting four (4) invoices totaling $77,222.20, part payment for Contract No. 96-72-1085, for film storage (delivery and purging) for Cook County Hospital, for the months of March through June, 1997 (897-260 Account).  Purchase Order No. 75221, approved by County Board November 7, 1996.

213864 REHABILITATION MEDICINE CLINIC, INC., Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $18,398.00, part payment for Contract No. 95-43-791, for the Cooperative Educational Master Agreement for consultants in physical medicine and rehabilitation services for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County, for the month of May, 1997 (898-272 Account).  (See Comm. No. 212835).  Purchase Order No. 89884, approved by County Board June 6, 1995 and July 2, 1996.

213865   THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, The Visual Sciences Center, Chicago, Illinois, submitting three (3) invoices totaling $13,189.23, part payment for Contract No. 96-43-479, for resident supervision services and patient consultations in accordance with the Cooperative Educational Master Agreement in Ophthalmology for Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County, for the month of May, 1997 (898-272 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213312).  Purchase Order No. 89354, approved by County Board November 21, 1995 and July 2, 1996.

213866 MCDONOUGH ASSOCIATES, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $13,000.00, final payment for Contract No. 96-41-612, for architectural and engineering review services of the smoke evacuation system for Provident Hospital of Cook County.  Bond Issue (20000 Account).  Purchase Order No. 67693, approved by County Board February 21, 1996.

                                        CHAIRMAN DALEY VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213867 ANSELL-AMERICAS, Carol Stream, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $26,897.00, full payment for Contract No. 96-15-122H, for pharmaceutical contraceptives and devices for the Department of Public Health (955-365 Account).  Purchase Order No. 73690, approved by County Board August 6, 1996.

213868   W.L. GORE & ASSOCIATES, INC., Medical Products Division, Charlotte, North Carolina, submitting invoice totaling $13,968.00, part payment for Contract No. 97-43-123, for vascular grafts and accessories for Cook County Hospital (897-362 Account).  Purchase Order No. 74524, approved by County Board November 7, 1996.

213870 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $14,673.12, part payment for Contract No. 95-15-334H, for intravenous admixture solution for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213292).  Purchase Order No. 70882, approved by County Board July 6, 1995.

213873 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting two (2) invoices totaling $25,989.12, part payment for Contract No. 96-15-449H, for heavy metal antagonist, hormones and synthetic pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213509).  Purchase Order No. 71189, approved by County Board July 2, 1996.

213874 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $13,160.00, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-428H, for blood formation and coagulation, electrolytic, caloric and water balance enzymes for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213560).  Purchase Order No. 73244, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

213875 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $16,625.00, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-002H, for autonomic pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-361 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213559).  Purchase Order No. 73755, approved by County Board February 20, 1997.

213877 GENERAL DRUG COMPANY, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $59,204.86, part payment for Contract No. 97-15-447H, for H.R.D. related agents pharmaceuticals for Cook County Hospital (897-364 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213558).  Purchase Order No. 73278, approved by County Board January 23, 1997.

COMMISSIONER butler, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER sukter, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE HEALTH FACILITIES' BILLS AND CLAIMS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 4

Your Committee has considered the following communications from State's Attorney, Richard A. Devine with reference to the industrial claims hereinafter mentioned.

Your Committee, therefore, recommends that the County Comptroller and County Treasurer be, and by the adoption of this report, are authorized and directed to issue warrants to the Industrial Commission to be paid from the Workmen's Compensation Fund.

213639 DAVID J. ARANDA, in the course of his employment as a Clerk in the Clerk of the Circuit Court's Office sustained accidental injuries on February 16, 1993.  The Petitioner was attempting to answer a phone and he fell backwards out of his chair, and as a result he injured his back and right wrist (cerebral concussion with post-concussion syndrome, acute cervical lumbar sprain contusion on the right shoulder, base of the neck, sprained right hand and wrist, and right testicular mass, lumbar spine injury with right sciatic nerve root irritation, compression fracture deformity at the body of C5, ligament injury of the right elbow).  State's Attorney, Richard A. Devine, is submitting Industrial Commission Lump Sum Petition and Order No. 93-WC-10803 in the amount of $7,227.11 and recommends its payment.  (Finance Subcommittee April 29, 1997).  Attorney:  Gary Friedman of Friedman & Olson, Ltd.

 

COMMISSIONER Pappas VOTED NAY ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

                        Commissioner Hansen voted present on the above item.

213641 VINCENT BOFFA, in the course of his employment as a Deputy Investigator for the Sheriff's Department of Community Supervision and Intervention sustained accidental injuries on October 27, 1995.  The Petitioner was involved in a motor vehicle accident while taking inmates to their residences, and as a result he injured his neck and back (blunt head trauma with lumbosacral sprain with sciatica).  The County did not pay any temporary total disability benefits but did pay $8,115.60 in medical expenses.  The County is entitled to recover 75% of that amount, which is $6,086.70.  The County has agreed to accept $4,000.00 and waive $2,086.70 in exchange for $1.00 lump sum settlement contract.  State's Attorney, Richard A. Devine, is submitting Industrial Commission Lump Sum Petition and Order No. 97-WC-17759 in the amount of $1.00 and recommends its payment.  (Finance Subcommittee March 25, 1997).  Attorney:  Fred A. Truglio and Associates.

 

COMMISSIONER Pappas VOTED NAY ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

                        Commissioner Hansen voted present on the above item.

213644 BEATRICE BOWIE, in the course of her employment as a Telephone Operator at Cook County Hospital sustained accidental injuries on November 5, 1991.  The Petitioner suffered repetitive trauma during the course of her duties, and as a result she injured her right wrist (carpal tunnel syndrome right wrist).  State's Attorney, Richard A. Devine, is submitting Industrial Commission Lump Sum Petition and Order No. 93-WC-41394 in the amount of $3,856.62 and recommends its payment.  (Finance Subcommittee May 27, 1997).  Attorney:  Arthur A. Phillips of Arthur A. Phillips, Ltd.

 

COMMISSIONER Pappas VOTED NAY ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

                        Commissioner Hansen voted present on the above item.

 

213645 LORALEE ROBERTS, in the course of her employment as a Correctional Officer sustained accidental injuries on May 20, 1994 and January 14, 1995.  The January 14, 1995 accident occurred when the Petitioner was involved in an altercation with an inmate, and as a result she injured her back (bulging discs in lower back).  The Petitioner is not being compensated in this settlement for the May 20, 1994 accident for which the Petitioner did not receive medical treatment.  State's Attorney, Richard A. Devine, is submitting Industrial Commission Lump Sum Petition and Order Nos. 94-WC-34607 & 95-WC-8921 in the amount of $23,055.00 and recommends its payment.  (Finance Subcommittee February 11, 1997).  Attorney:  Dennis Fleming of Wahler, Pecna & Fleming.

 

COMMISSIONER Pappas VOTED NAY ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

                        Commissioner Hansen voted present on the above item.

213648 SAMUEL SCAIFE, in the course of his employment as a Deputy Investigator for the Sheriff's Department of Community Supervision and Intervention sustained accidental injuries on October 27, 1995.  The Petitioner was involved in a motor vehicle accident, and as a result he injured his neck and back (blunt head trauma with dizziness, blurred vision, cervical strain/sprain and lumbrosacral strain/sprain with bilateral paraspinal muscle).  The County paid a total of $6,887.00 in temporary total disability benefits and $6,605.85 in medical expenses for a total of $13,493.04.  The County is entitled to recover 75% of that amount, which is $10,119.75.  The County has agreed to accept $7,333.33 and waive $2,786.42 in exchange for $1.00 lump sum settlement contract.  State's Attorney, Richard A. Devine, is submitting Industrial Commission Lump Sum Petition and Order No. 97-WC-14028 in the amount of $1.00 and recommends its payment.  (Finance Subcommittee February 11, 1997).  Attorney:  Fred A. Truglio of Fred A. Truglio, Ltd.

 

COMMISSIONER Pappas VOTED NAY ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

                        Commissioner Hansen voted present on the above item.

COMMISSIONER fleming, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER sims, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION CLAIMS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 5

Your Committee has considered the following communications from the Cook County Board to authorize subrogation recoveries.

Your Committee, concurring in the requests of the Department of Risk Management recommends the authorization of subrogation recoveries be approved.

213696 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Subrogation Recovery of $545.80.  Claim No. 02-231-96-8259, Sheriff's Police Department.

Responsible Party: Rene Hernandez, 5158 South Albany, Chicago, Illinois  60632

Our Driver: Donna Mallon, Unit #6038

Date of Accident: January 15, 1997

Location: Southbound on Kedzie Avenue at 115th Street, Chicago, Illinois (211-444 Account). 

The Sheriff's Office requests that the recovered amount be credited to Contract Number 97-51-60.

 

 

213697 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Subrogation Recovery of $78.00.  Claim No. 06-500-96-8271, Highway Department.

Responsible Party: Robert L. Wunnicke, 940 Brandywind Drive, Roselle, Illinois  60172

Our Driver: John Maccchitelli, Truck #280

Date of Accident: April 21,1997

Location: Thorndale Avenue, Rohlwing Road, Itasca, Illinois

213698 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Subrogation Recovery of $195.20.  Claim No. 02-231-96-8259, Sheriff's Police Department.

Responsible Party: Thomas K. John, 9237 Cameron Lane, Morton Grove, Illinois  60053

Our Driver: John Jensen, Unit #1367

Date of Accident: April 1, 1997

Location: Golf Road, west of Harms Road, Morton Grove, Illinois (211-444 Account). 

The Sheriff's Office requests that the recovered amount be credited to Contract Number 97-51-60.

Subrogation Recoveries Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present:  $102,120.82

Subrogation Recoveries to be Approved:        $819.00

COMMISSIONER schumann, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER moreno, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE SUBROGATION RECOVERIES.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 6

Your Committee has considered the following communications from the Cook County Department of Risk Management requesting that the County Board authorize payment of said claims.

Your Committee, concurring in the requests of the Cook County Department of Risk Management, recommends that the County Comptroller and County Treasurer be, and by the adoption of this report, are authorized and directed to issue warrants to claimants in the amounts recommended.

213699 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $1,606.29.  Claim No. 06-500-95-8271, 0032, Highway Department.

Claimant: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Jack Patton, 13-4922-566, 1045 South Des Plaines Avenue, Forest Park, Illinois  60130

Claimant's Vehicle: 1992 Ford Aerostar Van

Our Driver: Annette M. Borsellino, Truck #111

Date of Accident: October 1, 1996

Location: Harrison and Elm Streets, Hillside, Illinois

Claimant's vehicle traveling eastbound on Harrison Street - Highway Department truck turned off from Elm Street onto Harrison Street in Hillside.  Claimant's vehicle was directly behind County truck which stopped to put up a sign and backed up, striking Claimant's vehicle (500-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213700 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $98.95.  Claim No. 06-500-96-8271, 0019, Highway Department.

Claimant: Paul Saporito, 3815 Morgan Street, Steger, Illinois  60475

Claimant's Vehicle: 1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Date of Accident: February 21, 1997

Location: Sauk Trail Road, Park Forest, Illinois

Claimant while driving his vehicle westbound (outside lane) on Sauk Trail Road, struck a pothole, damaging right front tire (500-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213701 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $1,882.32.  Claim No. 06-500-96-8271,  0010, Highway Department.

Claimant: State Farm Insurance Company as Subrogee of Leona Pieczyrak, 13-5847-837, 4220 West 95th Street, Suite S, Oak Lawn, Illinois  60453

Claimant's Vehicle: 1989 Chevrolet Celebrity

Damaged by: Gordon L. Laurencell, Truck #226

Date of Accident: January 15, 1997

Location: 115th Street/Lawler Avenue, Alsip, Illinois

Claimant's vehicle traveling westbound on 115th Street in front of Highway Department truck.  Claimant was forced to stop at a railroad crossing due to warning gates which began to lower.  At this point County truck was unable to stop and the plow blade struck rear of Claimant's vehicle (500-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213702 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $893.75.  Claim No. 02-215-96-8257,  0002, Sheriff's Custodial Department.

Claimants: Brian and Therese Skalnik, 7109 Laverne Lane, Apt. 1A, Tinley Park, Illinois  60477

Claimant's Vehicle: 1989 Plymouth Sundance

Our Driver: Joseph M. Chirillo, Unit #8235

Date of Accident: January 14, 1997

Location: 7109 Laverne Lane, Tinley Park, Illinois 60477

Sheriff's Custodial Department vehicle backed into Claimant's parked and unoccupied vehicle causing damage to hood (499-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213703 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $320.11.  Claim No. 02-335-96-8263,  0002, Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Claimant: Chicago Transit Authority, Merchandise Mart Plaza, P.O. Box 3555, Chicago, Illinois  60654

Claimant's Vehicle: 1992 Flexible Bus

Our Driver: Thomas G. Liberto, Unit #M05850

Date of Accident: March 5, 1997

Location: 1500 South Western Avenue, Chicago, Illinois

Claimant's vehicle traveling southbound on Western Avenue (1500 South).  Clerk of the Circuit Court's vehicle traveling behind Claimant's bus.  Claimant's vehicle stopped to let out passengers, County vehicle while trying to go around the Claimant's vehicle, struck their left side rear bumper (499-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213705 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $200.00.  Claim No. 02-230-95-8258,  0005, Sheriff's Court Services Division.

Claimants: Neil Slattery and Bradford Roth, his attorney, 333 West Wacker Drive, Suite #1200, Chicago, Illinois  60606

Date of Accident: January 3, 1996

Location: Front door metal detector at 26th Street & California Avenue, Chicago, Illinois

Claimant while going through the front door metal detector at 26th & California for jury duty, the alarm went off.  He was then requested to empty his pockets and place items in a tray which was then placed on a desk six feet away from where he was taken.  Claimant's metal shoe laces set off the scanner.  Claimant's personal belongings were returned to him, however, his wallet was missing (499-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213709 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $357.53.  Claim No. 06-500-96-8271,  0023, Highway Department.

Claimant: Gregory Phipps, 1419 Sauk Lane, Mount Prospect, Illinois  60056

Claimant's Vehicle: 1992 Plymouth Colt

Date of Accident: February 22, 1997

Location: Camp McDonald Road and Coldren, Prospect Heights, Illinois

Claimant while traveling eastbound at intersection of Camp McDonald at Coldren, hit a pothole damaging his tire, wheel and wheel cover (500-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213711 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $102.71.  Claim No. 06-500-96-8271, Highway Department.

Claimant: Keith Maynie, 15228 Page Street, Harvey, Illinois  60426

Claimant's Vehicle: 1984 Chevrolet

Date of Accident: February 26, 1997

Location: Governor's Highway at Vollmer Road, Olympia Fields, Illinois

Claimant while traveling eastbound on Governor's Highway, struck a pothole on Vollmer Road, damaging his left front wheel and tire (500-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

213712 DEPARTMENT OF RISK MANAGEMENT, submitting for approval Self-Insurance Program Settlement Claim payment of $215.82.  Claim No. 02-215-95-8257,  0007, Sheriff's Custodial Department.

Claimant: Anne Suckow, 410 East Circle Hill Drive, Apartment 208, Arlington Heights, Illinois  60004

Claimant's Vehicle: 1995 Saturn SL1

Our Driver: Vincent Mpistolaridas, Unit #8911

Date of Accident: September 23, 1996

Location: 800 East Northwest Highway, Mount Prospect, Illinois

Sheriff's Custodial vehicle while attempting to maneuver County truck into parking space in parking garage, backed up, striking Claimant's vehicle which was directly behind him (499-826 Account).

Investigated by the Martin Boyer Company.  We concur and recommend payment of the above charge.

Self Insurance Claims Approved Fiscal Year 1997 to Present:    $60,537.40

Self Insurance Claims to be Approved:     $5,677.48

COMMISSIONER schumann, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER moreno, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE SELF-INSURANCE PROGRAM SETTLEMENT CLAIMS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 7

Your Committee has considered the following communications from the Cook County Department of Risk Management requesting that the County Board authorize payment of said claims.

Your Committee concurring in the requests of the Cook County Department of Risk Management, recommends that the County Comptroller and County Treasurer be, and by the adoption of this report, are authorized and directed to issue warrants to claimants in the amounts recommended.

213653 DOUGLAS PARK RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATION, Lombard, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $31.00, for medical services rendered from January 17-27, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Charles Coleman.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213654).

213654 UNIVERSAL RADIOLOGY, LTD., Orland Park, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $89.00, for medical services rendered from January 6-8, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Charles Coleman.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $131.00 minus $42.00 in unrelated charges = $89.00 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213653).

213658 MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL GROUP, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $66.00, for medical services rendered from January 13-14, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Scott Darland.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213659 CHICAGO TRAUMA CRITICAL CARE SURGEON, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $11,980.00, for medical services rendered from October 6 through December 29, 1995 to patient/arrestee, Mark English.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $16,446.00 minus $3,791.00 in unrelated charges, less discount of $675.00 = $11,980.00 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213660 JAIME BOLANO, M.D., Lincolnwood, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $330.00, for medical services rendered from December 28-30, 1996 to patient/arrestee, Miyoshi Finley.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213661 CALIXTO MASO, M.D.S.C., Palatine, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $241.00, for medical services rendered from September 26-30, 1996 to patient/arrestee, Christine Hardy.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213663 SOUTH SHORE FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $2,452.50, for medical services rendered from February 21-24, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Gregory Harris.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $6,222.00 minus $3,684.50 in unrelated charges minus $85.00 in undocumented charged = $2,452.50 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213664 MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL GROUP, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $605.00, for medical services rendered on November 27, 1996 to patient/arrestee, James Hendrix.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213666 SWEDISH COVENANT HOSPITAL, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $338.47, for medical services rendered from December 1-2, 1995 to patient/arrestee, Douglas James.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $4,365.50 minus $3,881.97 in unrelated charges, less discount of $145.06 = $338.47 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213667 MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL GROUP, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $22.00, for medical services rendered on March 2, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Marcus Jones.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213668 DOUGLAS PARK RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATION, Lombard, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $328.00, for medical services rendered from February 22-24, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Keith Kaplan.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213682 EMSCO MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $337.55, for medical services rendered on February 22, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Keith Kaplan.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $442.74, less discount of $105.19 = $337.55 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213683 BALUCHI MEDICAL GROUP, Oak Park, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $1,156.82, for medical services rendered from February 16-24, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Henry Koch.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $1,429.00, less discount of $272.18 = $1,156.82 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213684).

213684 DOUGLAS PARK RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATION, Lombard, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $200.96, for medical services rendered from February 15-21, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Henry Koch.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $454.00 minus $227.00 in unrelated charges, less discount of $26.04 = $200.96 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).  (See Comm. No. 213683).

213687 SAINT ANTHONY HOSPITAL, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $9.75, for medical services rendered from February 26-27, 1996 to patient/arrestee, Antonio Lopez.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $2,096.60 minus $2,086.85 in unrelated charges = $9.75 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

COMMISSIONER Moreno VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213690 MERCY HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $1,015.00, for medical services rendered from February 10-11, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Tony McClure.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $2,172.50 minus $1,157.50 in unrelated charges = $1,015.00 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

CHAIRMAN DALEY VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

 

213692  OUR LADY OF RESURRECTION MEDICAL CENTER, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $1,970.00, for medical services rendered from January 5-8, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Freddie Morse.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $7,261.25 minus $5,291.25 in unrelated charges = $1,970.00 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213693 DEEPAK MITAL, M.D., Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $1,325.00, for medical services rendered on March 12, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Martin Muteff.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

213694 MERCY HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER, Chicago, Illinois, submitting invoice totaling $2,030.00, for medical services rendered from February 18-20, 1997 to patient/arrestee, Daniel Peters.  Patient was in the custody of the Cook County Department of Corrections when the services were provided.  Amount originally billed at $4,396.97 minus $2,366.97 in unrelated charges = $2,030.00 approved for payment after audit by the Martin Boyer Company.  Bill approved by the Department of Risk Management who recommends payment based on Cook County State's Attorney's Legal Opinion No. 1879, dated July 14, 1987 (499-274 Account).

CHAIRMAN DALEY VOTED PRESENT ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

 

 

Year to Date

To Be Approved

Total Billed

$1,351,537.71

$48,365.56

Undocumented

$16,398.76

     $85.00

Unrelated

$582,189.29

$22,529.04

Discount

$175,884.04

$1,223.47

Over Usual & Customary

$0.00

$0.00

Amount Payable

$577,065.62

         $24,528.05

COMMISSIONER SCHUMANN, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER MORENO, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE PATIENT/ARRESTEE CLAIMS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 8

Your Committee has considered the following communications from State's Attorney, Richard A. Devine.

Your Committee, concurring in the recommendations of the State's Attorney, recommends that the County Treasurer prepare warrants in the amounts recommended in order that the payments may be set in accordance with the request of the State's Attorney upon proper release from the Office of the State's Attorney.

211295 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $3,750.00 for release and settlement of suit regarding Jeffrey Clery v. County of Cook, Case No. 96-L-6587.  This matter involves allegations of premises liability arising from a fall at the Third Municipal District parking facility.  The matter has been settled for the sum of $3,750.00, which is within the authority granted to this office by the Finance Committee's Subcommittee on Litigation.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $3,750.00 made payable to Jeffrey Clery and his attorney, James F. Driscoll, P.C.  Please forward the check to Robert F. Cleary, Assistant State's Attorney, for transmittal.

                       

                        * Deferred at the March 18, 1997 Board Meeting.

213608 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $1,067.11 for the release and settlement of suit regarding State Farm Insurance Company A/S/O Yvonne Thomas Reed vs. Michael Sheahan, Case No. 95-M1-19722.  This case involves an automobile accident on October 3, 1994.  This matter was tried before the Honorable Judge Ronald Bartkowicz who awarded the plaintiff $1,067.11.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $1,067.11, made payable to State Farm Insurance Company A/S/O Yvonne Thomas Reed and attorney's, Garretson and Santora.  Please forward the check to Maureen D. Yamashiro, Assistant State's Attorney, for transmittal.

213799 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $12,000.00 for the release and settlement of suit regarding Gilkey v. Knepper, et al., U.S.D.C. No. 94-C-5499.  This case involves allegations of civil rights violations against employees of the Sheriff of Cook County.  This matter has been settled for $12,000.00, pursuant to authority granted by the Litigation Subcommittee December 4, 1996.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $12,000.00, made payable to Charles Gilkey and his attorney, David G. Susler.  Please forward the check to Margaret A. Glass, Assistant State's Attorney, for transmittal.

COMMISSIONER Hansen VOTED NAY ON THE ABOVE ITEM.

213802 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $7,000.00 for the release and settlement of suit regarding Triston E. Guy, a Minor, by his Mother and next Friend, April Staples v. Cook County Hospital, Case No. 94-L-06261.  We have settled this alleged medical negligence case for $7,000.00, which is within the authority granted to the State's Attorney's Office by the Cook County Board of Commissioners.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $7,000.00, made payable to April Staples, as Mother and Next Friend of Triston E. Guy, a Minor and their attorney Harvey L. Walner & Associates, Ltd.  Please forward the check to Mary Margaret Burke, Assistant State's Attorney, for transmittal.

213804 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $130,000.00 for the release and settlement of suit regarding Crosby-Shepard v. Cook County, Case No. 96-C-7021.  This matter arises from a dispute involving a former employee from Cook County Hospital.  We appeared before the Litigation Subcommittee on June 5, 1997.  We have settled this case within the authority granted us by the Litigation Subcommittee.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $130,000.00, made payable to Flora Crosby-Shepard and attorney Peter Andjelkovich & Associates.  Please forward the check to Letitia Dominici, Assistant State's Attorney, for transmittal.

213805 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $7,759.02 for the release and settlement of suit regarding Victor Needham v. Cook County Department of Social Services (Chief Judge Donald O'Connell), Case No. 97-CAB-001.  This case arises out of a dispute with a former employee of the Cook County Department of Social Services.  The parties have settled this matter for $7,759.02, which is within the authority granted by the Finance Committee's Subcommittee on Litigation on June 5, 1997.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $7,759.02, made payable to Victor Needham.  Please forward the check to Jacob M. Rubinstein, Assistant State's Attorney, for transmittal.

213806 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $10,000.00 for the release and settlement of suit regarding Helen Scott v. Michael D. Rodgers, Michael Sheahan, Sheriff of the County of Cook, and the County of Cook, a body Politic, Case No. 96-M1-301652.  This matter involves a motor vehicle accident arising from an incident at Wood and 60th, Chicago, Cook County, State of Illinois with a Sheriff's deputy.  The matter has been settled for the sum of $10,000.00, which is within the authority conveyed by the Cook County Board of Commissioners to the State's Attorney's Office.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $10,000.00, made payable to Helen Scott and her attorney, James Daubach.  Please forward the check to Lauren Klein, Assistant State's Attorney, for transmittal.

213816 STATE'S ATTORNEY, Richard A. Devine, submitting communication advising the County to accept Proposed Settlement of $25,000.00 for the release and settlement of suit regarding Dominique Dampier, a minor, by Emilia Alicea, her mother and next friend v. County of Cook, Case No. 95-L-01672.  We have settled this alleged medical negligence case for $25,000.00, which is within the authority granted to the State's Attorney's Office by the Cook County Board of Commissioners on February 5, 1997.  State's Attorney recommends payment of $25,000.00, made payable to Emilia Alicea, Guardian of the Estate of Dominique Dampier, a minor and their attorneys Munday & Nathan and Gumbiner & Associates and the Illinois Department of Public Aid.  Please forward the check to Mary Margaret Burke, Assistant State's Attorney, Medical Litigation Division, for transmittal.

COMMISSIONER sILVESTRI, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER MORENO, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENTS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 10

Your Committee has considered the following communications received from the Employees' Injury Compensation Committee requesting that the County Board authorize payment of expenses regarding claims of Cook County employees while in the line of duty.

Your Committee, concurring in said request, recommends that the County Comptroller and County Treasurer be, and upon the adoption of this report, are authorized and directed to issue warrants in the amounts recommended to the claimants.

213739   THE EMPLOYEES' INJURY COMPENSATION COMMITTEE, submitting invoice totaling $164,434.84, for payment of medical bills for Workers' Compensation cases incurred by employees injured on duty.  Individual checks will be issued by the Comptroller in accordance with the attached report prepared by the Department of Risk Management, Workers' Compensation Unit.  This request covers bills received and processed from May 31 through June 13, 1997.  (See Comm. No. 213488).

COMMISSIONER SILVESTRI, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER MORENO, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE EMPLOYEES’ INJURY COMPENSATION CLAIMS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

CHAIRMAN Daley VOTED PRESENT ON all claims REGARDING MERCY HOSPITAL.

Section 11

Your Committee has considered Communication 213859 from County Comptroller, John F. Chambers, submitting list of duplicate warrants to be issued during the period of June 3-30, 1997.

Your Committee recommends that the request of the County Comptroller be, and at the adoption of this report, is approved.

COMMISSIONER SILVESTRI, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER MORENO, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE REQUEST FROM THE COUNTY COMPTROLLER.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 12

Your Committee has considered Communication 213862 from County Comptroller, John F. Chambers, submitting list of bills paid during the period of June 17-30, 1997.  (See Comm. No. 213552).

Your Committee recommends that the action of the County Comptroller be, and at the adoption of this report, is approved.

COMMISSIONER SILVESTRI, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER MORENO, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE REQUEST FROM THE COUNTY COMPTROLLER.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 13

Your Committee has considered Communication 213857 from County Comptroller, John F. Chambers, submitting list of warrants to be canceled during the period of June 3-30, 1997.

Your Committee recommends that the request of the County Comptroller be, and at the adoption of this report, is approved.

COMMISSIONER SILVESTRI, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER MORENO, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE REQUEST FROM THE COUNTY COMPTROLLER.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

Section 14

Your Committee has considered the highway bills submitted by the Superintendent of Highways for approval and payment.

Your Committee, after considering said bills, recommends that they be, and by adoption of this report, are approved.

COMMISSIONER CARR, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER WILLIAMS-BURNETT, MOVED APPROVAL OF THE HIGHWAY BILLS.  THE MOTION CARRIED.

 

                        COMMISSIONER BUTLER, SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER SCHUMANN,                         MOVED TO ADJOURN.  THE MOTION CARRIED AND THE MEETING WAS                         ADJOURNED.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Committee on Finance
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John P. Daley, Chairman

Attest:
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Sandra K. Williams, Secretary