07-18-2016 Council Minutes

Crooksville Council Meeting Minutes   Monday, July 18,                 2016

ROLL CALL:  Mayor Redfern called the meeting to order with the following members present Mr. Rice, Mr. Locke, Mr. Hampton, Ms. Smith, and Mr. Mohler. Tom Collins and Jan Baughman were present. Ms. Driggs was absent.

MINUTES: Motion to approve Clerk’s minutes was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Ms. Smith. Motion carried. 

REPORTS: Motion to approve July Revenue Adjustments to the 2016 Budget was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Rice. Motion carried.

Motion to approve Mayor’s Report for June was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Ms. Smith. Motion carried.

Motion to approve Clerk’s Reports for June was made by Mr. Rice and seconded by Mr. Mohler. Motion carried.

PAID BILLS: Motion to approve Resolution 2016-51 paid bills and payroll was made by Mr. Rice and seconded by Mr. Mohler. Motion carried.

Ms. Driggs is now present.

TO BE PAID BILLS: Motion to approve Resolution 2016-52 to be paid bills was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Hampton. Motion carried. 

TRANSFERS: Motion to approve Resolution 2016-53 transferring funds was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Hampton. Motion carried.

PARK & RECREATION: Peggy Higgins was present to discuss with Council about Wet N Wild being moved to August 5th with the last day for the pool being August 13th. Dog Day will be held August 14th. Peggy also asked if Gear Up could have a booth down at the pool during Wet N Wild. This in to help students get ready for College and help with scholarships. She also stated that Maranda had a question in regards to students coming in saying they are not swimming under the age of 18 and if they should be accompanied by an adult because they are having problems with them winding up in the pool. Council stated that they feel that if they walk in the gate, they need to pay whether they are swimming or not. Mayor Redfern asked Peggy to tell her lifeguards thank you for all of their hard work during the fireworks celebration as well as the Pottery Festival celebration.

Motion to allow Gear Up booth to set up during Wet N Wild on August 5th was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Hampton. Motion carried.

Motion to approve the installation of security cameras at the Village Park for the approximate amount of $4,000 was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Ms. Smith. Motion carried.

SERVICE: Motion to accept the third reading of Ordinance 2561, an Ordinance Declaring certain real property no longer needed for any Municipal Purpose and Authorizing its Advertisement for Sale (Elliott Building) was made by Mr. Hampton and seconded by Mr. Mohler. Motion carried.

Motion to accept Ordinance 2561, an Ordinance Declaring certain real property no longer needed for any Municipal Purpose and Authorizing its Advertisement for Sale (Elliott Building) was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Ms. Smith. Motion carried.

Motion to accept the second reading of Resolution 2016-50, A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute Necessary Paperwork to have the Village of Crooksville Join the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Locke. Motion carried.

Motion to accept the second reading of Ordinance 2565, an Ordinance to Amend Ordinance 2553 of the Ordinances of the Village of Crooksville Approving, Adopting and Enacting American Legal Publishing’s Ohio Basic Code, 2016 Edition, as the Code of Ordinances for the Municipality of the Village of Crooksville was made by Ms. Smith and seconded by Mr. Rice. Motion carried.

SAFETY: Police Chief Walters was present to give Council the monthly report for June. Sergeant Carr will be leaving August 5th to fill the position of Police Chief in Roseville. He stated that he as well as the Mayor would like to move Policeman Bryan Alexander to Sergeant as well as giving him the $13.50/ hour that Joey was receiving in this positon. The advertisement has been placed for the open police officer position and will be taking applications until August 5th.  Chief Walters gave Council a breakdown of the hours the auxiliary put in for the month of June. He also told Council that they had the ’69 Plymouth in the parade as well as took pictures and answered questions about how things were back then; including James Slack, Wayne Frash, Charles Wood as well as himself. They are having a hard time getting people to fulfill their community service hours and are meeting with the Magistrate to see what options are available to take care of this problem.

Mayor Redfern stated that after he looked at the list of people who hasn’t finished their community service hours he was floored with over 60 people being on this list. Mr. Locke asked if these people were in the Village. Mayor Redfern and Chief Walters explained that these people cannot be found and the list goes back 2 years.

Motion to approve new EMS Software System and paying the complete set up fee of $2,550 for Emergency Networking was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Hampton. Mayor Redfern stated that as of today he had not received any more information on the iPads for this program and if there are any additional costs for this. He stated that he had a call into the company but the only information is what they have in front of them. Vote went as follows: Mr. Rice yes, Mr. Locke no, Mr. Hampton yes, Ms. Smith yes, Ms. Driggs yes, and Mr. Mohler yes. Motion carried.

Council has been given a copy of the letter Mayor Redfern put together requesting an x-ray machine to be placed back at the Crooksville Family Clinic from Genesis. Mayor Redfern stated that if everyone is in agreement all of Council will need to sign so he can get this sent out.

Council has been given an updated EMS Billing Report from Corlyn with CSA Enterprises. She stated that she could not be there tonight and if Council had any questions, to let her know and she would get back with Council.

As an FYI, the ad has been placed in the Perry County Tribune as well as on the Cable Channel for Police Officer position. The deadline for applications is close of business on August 5th.

LEGISLATIVE: Motion to accept the third reading of Ordinance 2560, the 2017 Budget was made by Mr. Rice and seconded by Mr. Hampton. Motion carried.

Motion to accept Ordinance 2560, the 2017 Budget was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Rice. Motion carried.

Motion to accept the third reading of Ordinance 2563, an Ordinance Authorizing Participation with the Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, for the Design and Construction of the Crooksville Water System Project and Authorizing the Mayor to act for and on Behalf of the Village was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Ms. Smith. Motion carried.

Motion to accept Ordinance 2563, an Ordinance Authorizing Participation with the Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, for the Design and Construction of the Crooksville Water System Project and Authorizing the Mayor to act for and on Behalf of the Village was made by Mr. Rice and seconded by Mr. Mohler. Motion carried.

Motion to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2566, an Ordinance to amend the 2016 Budget and Appropriations as an Emergency was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Rice. Motion carried.

Motion to accept Ordinance 2566, an Ordinance to amend the 2016 Budget and Appropriations as an Emergency was made by Mr. Rice and seconded by Mr. Hampton. Motion carried.

UTILITY: Motion to purchase 200 Radio Read meters from HD Supply for $27,850.00 was made by Mr. Mohler and seconded by Mr. Hampton. Motion carried.

Motion to abolish the Guarantee Deposit for tenants and put all water accounts in the name of the property owner effective October 3, 2016 was made by Mr. Rice and seconded by Ms. Smith. Vote went as follows: Mr. Rice yes, Mr. Locke yes, Mr. Hampton yes, Ms. Smith yes, Ms. Driggs no, and Mr. Mohler no. Motion carried.

OLD BUSINESS: Nothing. 

NEW BUSINESS: Nothing. 

CITIZENS COMMENTS/ COMPLAINTS: Nothing.

Mayor Redfern stated that he wanted to let Council know that he will be on vacation from September 3rd– September 21st and that Mr. Mohler will have to fill the seat while he is gone.

Ms. Smith asked why they are not allowed to bring snacks into the pool. Peggy stated that this is because they have the concession stand now and she explained what all they sell. Ms. Smith stated that the pop machine wasn’t working correctly and Peggy stated that they have to put a note on the machine for the Pepsi guy to fix. They discussed getting their own pop to sell so this wouldn’t be a problem. Council discussed this a little more in detail.

Motion to adjourn was made by Mr. Rice and seconded by Mr. Mohler. Motion carried.

 

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BRITTANY ROSS                                                    FRED REDFERN

Fiscal Officer                                                              Mayor