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Village of Stickney Annual Treasurer’s Report For Period Ending 04/30/2023

VILLAGE OF STICKNEY

ANNUAL TREASURER’S REPORT

FOR PERIOD ENDING 04/30/2023

 

REVENUE SUMMARY

Property Tax $3,224,663.13; TIF Property Taxes $1,160,622.63; Personal Property Replacement Tax $447,786.70; State Income Tax $1,094,167.35; Local Use Tax $291,550.09; Cannabis Tax $10,955.37; State Sales Tax $714,888.77; Home Rule Sales Tax $495,313.24; Road & Bridge Tax $22,791.30; Municipal Utility Tax – Electric $319,364.36; Municipal Utility Tax – Gas $463,793.22; Local Electric Use Tax $30,154.21; Video Gaming Tax $268,880.06; Real Estate Transfer Tax $129,614.62; Real Estate Exempt Fees $1,245.00; Entertainment Tax $7,500.00; Garbage Fees $410,600.37; Police Fines $995,698.16; Licenses – Business $75,726.00; Licenses – Liquor $15,925.00; Licenses – Cigarettes $700.00; Licenses – Tanks $12,575.00; Licenses – Auto $63,180.00; Licenses – Trucks $17,610.00; Licenses – Animal $8,115.00; Licenses – Amusement $63,100.00; Licenses – Motorcycles $300.00; Permits – Building $108,681.50; Inspection Fees $11,639.00; Local Gas Tax $204,295.94; Local MFT Tax $33,997.95; Semi-Trailer Storage Tax $20,539.00; Miscellaneous $50,511.80; IRMA Revenue $43,897.00; Utility Tax Telephone $76,953.45; Franchise Tax $55,791.47; Special Events Income $32,812.01; Park and Recreation $8,825.00; Ambulance Fees $189,426.07; Sidewalk Reimbursements $14.293.00; Tower Lease $183,472.03; Interest $174,748.95; Police Grants $174,989.88; COVID Related Revenue $18,553.69; Water Reimbursement $240,000.00; Motor Fuel Tax $285,834.46; Water Sales $4,517,398.64; Rebuild Illinois Allotments $74,537.35. Total Revenues $16,841,246.64.

EXPENDITURE SUMMARY

ABC Automotive Electronics $69,438.51; Abila $11,500.72; Administrative Consulting Specialist, LLC $12,250.00; Air Comfort $83,128.47; Air One Equipment, Inc. $7,829.00; Airgas USA, LLC $12,206.22; Alan Brinker $3,000.00; Alan Kulaga $3,000.00; Alexander Chemical Corporation $7,464.79; All Concrete Chicago, Inc. $3,850.00; Alta Construction Equipment Illinois, LLC $2,673.86; Amalgamated Bank of Chicago $834,675.00; Amerigas $2,910.88;  AMJ Spectacular Events $5,615.00; Ampstun Corporation $3,737.50; Anthony A. Rainiero $20,000.00; Anthony T. Bertuca $11,300.00; Artistic Engraving $6,310.37;  Associates in Behavioral Science, LTD $5,500.00; Autotime $21,346.92; Axon Enterprise, Inc. $154,602.79; B and B Maintenance, Inc. $18,720.00; Bell Fuels, Inc. $173,956.20; Bluders Tree Service $76,410.00; Blue Cross Blue Shield $938,507.58; Brookfield Auto Center $44,694.74; Bryan Davids Landscaping $15.500.00; Canon Financial Services, Inc. $23,440.00; Capers  $10,500.00; Cargill Salt Road Safety $30,427.60; Carrot-Top Industries, Inc. $3,828.28; Casino Group, Inc. $3,854.00; Castle Party Rentals $4,446.97; CDW Government $27,031.57; Cedar Path Nurseries $3,935.00; Chicago Police Department $4,772.00; Cintas $34,473.41; Citizens Bank $58,350.80; City of Chicago $2,272,633.28; Clear View $9,803.55; College of DuPage $11,756.80; Comcast $66,687.32; ComEd $95,349.84; Computer Information Systems $2,500.00; Cook County Sheriff’s Police Training Academy $3,250.00; Core & Main $11,704.42; Cornelius Covaliu $5,720.00; Costco Citicard $22,590.72; Cpurx, Inc. $60,515.34; Cummins Sales and Service $4,494.07; CWF Restoration $9,750.00; Dearborn National $15,127.18; Deece Automotive $7,894.20; Del Galdo Law Group, LLC $130,069.10; Dell Marketing, L.P. $28,092.88; Division 11 Mutual Aid Association $10,000.00; Eckert Enterprises, Inc. $31,834.89; EJ USA, Inc. $40,189.82; ESO Solutions, Inc. $2,717.82; Evident, Inc. $2,764.55; Ferguson Waterworks $28,658.00; FlowMST, Inc. $2,880.00; Fullmer Locksmith Service $2,647.25; Galls, LLC $7,829.99; Gillespie Ford $47,453.26; Google, LLC $3,210.86; Government Leasing and Finance, Inc. $150,830.87; Great Lakes Water & Safety Products $4,470.00;  GW & Associates, PC $108,000.00; Heidelberg Materials $3,981.97; Helson’s Garage Door Store, Ltd. $6,527.00; HMR Kramer Plumbing $2,970.00; HRP Chicago, LLC $2,963.00; Illinois Alarm Services, Inc. $52,107.30; IDES $37,981.78; Illinois Roofmasters, LLC $3,600.00; Imperial 1 Construction, Inc. $6,666.66; IMRF $220,837.36; Infinity Signs $18,807.21; Intergovernmental Risk Management Agency $158,548.43; IRS $263,470.66; Jeanne Vonhof $3,600.00; JK Electon, Inc. $3,250.00; Johnson Controls Security Solutions $27,334.32; Just Tires $5,206.20; Kane, McKenna and Associates, Inc. $15,950.00; Keisler Police Supply $4,115.00; Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. $6,236.34; Laner Muchin $14,838.64; Lauterbach & Amen, LLP $30,100.00; Law Offices of John S. Xydakis $17,000.00; Lehigh Hanson $11,130.91; Lenny’s Gas N Wash Cicero and Pershing, LLC $3,715.65;  Lexipol, LLC $9,389.16; Lindahl Brothers, Inc. $3,309.32; Lyons Pinner Electric Co. $67,988.42; McCann Industries, Inc. $5,562.91; Menards $8,702.96; Metro Garage, Inc. $14,651.22; Metropolitan Industries, Inc. $50,955.74; Minuteman Press of Lyons $9,008.21; Monroe Truck Equipment, Inc. $11,414.99; Morrow Brothers Ford, Inc. $202,350.00; Municipal Emergency Services $22,410.45; Municipal Web Services $3,502.00; Murphy Construction Services, LLC $13,680.00; N.E.M.R.T. $6,505.00; Napa Auto Parts $4,019.74; National Power Rodding $17,393.75; Nicor Gas $8,265.01; Northwest University Center for Public Safety $7,990.00; Novotny Engineering $67,175.91; Occupational Health Centers of Illinois, P.C. $8,212.50; Onsolve, LLC $6,145.30; O’Reilly First Call  $16,504.52; Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete, Inc. $10,708.43; Partners and Paws Veterinary Services $4,474.73; Paylocity $12,817.5; Quadient Finance USA, Inc. $6,768.98; Quicket Solutions $36,936.00; Ray O’Herron Co., Inc. $27,491.13; Reliable Fire & Security $2,645.62; Riccio Construction Corp. $841,590.12; Robert R. Andreas & Sons, Inc. $30,410.06; Robert Senese $3,000.00; Roland Machinery Co. $6,779.23; Ruben Quintana $11,370.00; Russo’s Power Equipment, Inc. $3,775.91; Ryan, LLC $22,209.20; S & S Industrial Supply $6,023.64; Scot Decal Company, Inc. $4,250.64; Scott Urbanski $12,090.00; Sealmaster $11,768.58; Shallow Creek Kennels, Inc. $15,965.55; Shaw Media $3,314.30; Shorewood Home & Auto, Inc. $32,136.58; Solar Traffic Systems, Inc. $15,958.80; Standard Equipment Company $64,119.12; Stanley Convergent Security Solutions, Inc. $20,947.63; Staples Business Credit $18,251.08; Stickney Police Pension $1,335,325.33; Suburban Fence, Inc. $11,332.00; Sutton Ford $79,059.00;  Target Auto Parts $2,642.72; Target Solutions $5,403.50; The Eagle Uniform Co. $12,384.50; Timeclock Plus, LLC $3,708.98; Town of Cicero $201,630.00; Traffic Control & Protection, Inc. $6,518.40; TSA Productions $3,000.00; United States Postal Service $4,275.00; U.S. Bank $13,557.70; VanBruggen Signs $43,688.00; Verizon $24,069.03; Victor Insurance Managers, Inc. $7,608.00; Waste Management $381,242.57; Webmarc Doors $8,358.81; West Central Municipal Conference $13,342.21; West Side Tractor Sales $3,999.71; West Suburban Major Crimes Task Force $2,500.00; Westfield Ford, Inc. $10,680.97; Whited Brothers, Inc. $3,459.00; Widaman Sign $6,100.00; Yuritzy RC Landscaping, Inc. $21,625.00. Expense Disbursements Under 2,500.00 $169,384.47; Total $11,057,138.34.

 

PAYROLL EXPENDITURES

UNDER 25,000 Abboud, Nichloas; Aguilar, Guillermo; Aguinaga, Hugo; Alexander, Anthony; Alvarez, Carlos; Armenta, Brandon; Bessette, Richard; Boll, Cody; Bruscato, Linda; Burandt, Edmund; Castro, Gloria; Chervinko, Keith; Cissna, Steven; Coulom, Caleb; Decker-Levsto, Sandra; Diaz, Anais; Dowling, Walter; Durkop, Christopher; Dzolic, Steven; Engstrom, Alexander; Esparza, Luke; Farias, Miguel; Felder, Chadonna; Fenner, Bennie; Figueroa, Anthony; Focht, Garrett; Frencl, Patricia; Galvez, Luis; Garcia, Vanessa; Geber, Karen; Gonzales, Arianna; Halbert, Pharoah; Hernandez, Hernan; Hernandez, Roberto; Hickman, Ariana; Hrejsa, James; Hrejsa, Mary; Huskin, Samuel;  Johnson, Jeffery; Kapolnek, Timothy; Kelly, Joseph; Kelly, Rachelle; King, Brianna; Klouda, Brian; Kosinski, Hannah; Kosinski, Robert; Lacey, Lillian; Lewandowski, Justin; Lindwall, Wayne; Lopez, John; Lozada, Maria; Martinez, Humbeto; Mercado, Carolina; Milenkovic, Mitchell;  Molis, Alex; Monroy, Jessica; Nieves, James; Noonan, Trevor; Nunez, Jacqueline; O’Hagan, Harry; Patterson, Jessica.; Patti, Joshua; Perez, Marcial; Perez, Richardo; Prodehl, Riley; Ptak, Pawel; Ramirez, Christian; Reyes, Noah; Rojas, Francisco; Rousseau, Joshua; Savopoulos, Sam; Savopoulos, Vasilios; Sheehan, Thomas; Solano, Evan; Soraghan, Matthew; Soto, Elizabeth; Thomas, Tyree; Torres, Leandra; Torres, Mark; Torres, Rosendo; Vargas, Emanuel; Weber, Michael; Welsch, Antonio; White, Daniel; White, Jeffery; Yates, Jennifer; Zolo, Hrvoje; Zurita, Roberto.

25,000 – 49,999 Anderson, Jacob; Babinec, John; Brniak, Joshua; Castaneda, Marcela; Collier, Joshua; Corsini, Mark; Del Gatto, Eric; Hattan, Michell; Hughes, Jeffery; Jarom, Ethan; Lopez, Joseph; McAdams, Audrey; O’Dowd, Jon; Petrone, Niko; Sticha, William; Strejc, Joseph; Wyant, Robert.

50,000 – 74,999 Avery, Ezra; Bessette, Sandra; Callahan, Michael; Davids, Steven; Escobar-Mendez, Jorge; Gesiorski, David; Godinez, Nicole; Gomez, Luis; Gonzalez Jr., Eduardo; Lukas, Elizabeth; Maldonado, Franklin; Medina, Maria; Pregara, Darlene; Swasko, Brandon; Terrazas, Arturo; Wagner, Ryan; Walik, Jeffrey; Walik, Robert.

75,000 – 99,999 Chlada, Jerry; Harris, Eric; Proctor, Patrick; Silvera, Omari.

100,000 – 124,999 Alonzo, Sam; Boyajian, Jeffery; Bredemeier, Paul; Czech, Douglas; DeMato, David; Dooley, William; Flanagan Jr., John; Foytik, Richard; Garcia, Pedro; Guzman, Adam; Guzman, Maria; Iovino, Dominick; Kozelka, Mark; Lopez, Joe; Maday, Rebecca; McDonald, Ashley; Merrill, William; Ramski, William; Santos, Roberto; Sassetti, James.

125,000 – 149,999 Cecconi, Michael; Figueroa, Frank L.; Jaczak, Richard; McGuire, Kevin; Ortiz, Cruz.

Total Payroll Expenditures: $5,591,707.29.

 

 

Summary Statement of Condition

 

Fund Beginning Fund Balance Revenues Expenditures Other Financing Sources Other Financing Uses Ending Fund Balance
General Fund 1,784,611 9,972,459 10,555,343 6,000 (59,247) 1,148,480
Water Fund 6,197,556 4,540,789 4,155,871 0 0 6,582,474
Motor Fuel Tax Fund 1,299,020 412,702 168,567 0 (3,000) 1,540,155
Debt Service Fund 391,821 751,595 838,204 0 0 305,212
Capital Projects Fund (453,494) 2,853 666,372 62,267 0  (1,054,746)
TIF 1 Fund 0 1,160,623 25,633 0 0 1,134,990
Police Seizure Fund 7,562 0 1,300 0 0 6,262
Police Revenue Fund 4,630 0 0 0 0 4,630

 

I, David A. Gonzalez, Finance Director of the Village of Stickney, Cook County, Illinois, do hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the Annual Treasurer’s Report for the fiscal year ending April 30, 2023.

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