CALUMET CITY | The City Council gave its support to making payments to a Hickory Hills-based company to maintain the pole-mounted cameras erected across the city for Police Department use.
Complex Network Solutions will be paid $15,200 for its work with the video system that enables police to see activity at remote locations.
Also on Thursday, the City Council approved a $15,000 payment to Code Red Services, a Cupertino, Calif.-based company that maintains an emergency communications network for the Calumet City/Burnham 911 contract. That deal took effect in April and runs through April 7, 2014.
City officials also made a $6,266 payment to Calumet City Plumbing for the installation of a roof drain and storm drain at the fire station at 684 Wentworth Ave.
A $6,350 payment was made for the rental of a generator from March 19 to April 30 for the Greenbay Avenue Pump Station. Patten Industries Inc., of Elmhurst, provided that service.
Alliance Environmental was paid $8,350 for the removal of asbestos from a structure at 135 Pulaski Road.
Aldermen also approved a $200 payment for City Treasurer Gerald Tarka to attend the Illinois Municipal Treasurers Association institute from June 23 to 25 in Springfield. The council also approved an $800 payment directly to Tarka to cover the cost of his travel, housing and meals during the institute.