MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL
April 2 and 16, 2018
MINUTES

7:30 p.m. Monday, April 2, 2018

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

MINUTES

Monday, April 2, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

 

President Pauken asked the Commissioner of Public Service to explain the request relating to Demand Response Program (Item G) on the agenda.

 

The Commissioner of Public Service explained that this program is basically a reimbursement program to reduce power consumption with the use of generators when the power grid demand is at or near capacity.

 

President Pauken asked if there were any questions relative to items on the agenda.

 

The Administrator stated that he mistakenly put West Dudley in his letter regarding Food Truck events, and it should have been East Dudley.

 

Mr. Buehrer gave a brief update on the Streets Committee meeting held at 4 p.m. stating that they basically went over the procedures for the meeting being scheduled for Monday, April 9, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. for the West Wayne Street improvements.  He stated that they are inviting neighbors from basically Ford Street and West Wayne to Monclova Road intersection to attend.

 

Council pictures were taken at this time.

 

There being no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 7:08 p.m.

 

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

MINUTES

Monday, April 2, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

 

The Council of the City of Maumee, Ohio, met on the above date with the following members present: John Boellner, Brent Buehrer, Tracey Elmore, Dave Kissinger, Scott Noonan, Timothy Pauken and Thomas Wagener, Jr. (7).

Mayor Richard Carr, presiding.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to approve the minutes of the March 19, 2018 meeting and approve the Minutes Journal.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor accepting the resignation of Luke Neitzel, Patrolman, was read.

Mr. WAGENER moved to confirm the resignation of Luke Neitzel, Patrolman, Division of Police, Department of Public Safety, effective March 20, 2018.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. WAGENER moved to fill the vacant position.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing 2018 Rolf Park seasonal maintenance employees was read.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to confirm the appointment of 2018 Rolf Park seasonal maintenance employees, as requested.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing 2018 summer laborers and engineering intern for the Department of Public Service was read.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to confirm the appointment of 2018 summer laborers and an engineering intern for the Department of Public Service, as requested.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing Rolf Park Pool employees for the 2018 season was read.  He stated that all applicants were hired.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to allow Mr. Buehrer to abstain due to a conflict of interest.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to confirm the appointments of Assistant Pool Managers, Lifeguards and Concession / Admissions at Rolf Park Pool for the 2018 season.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays none; Buehrer (1) abstaining; the Chair declared the motion carried by a vote of 6-0.

 

A Notice from the Ohio Division of Liquor Control on annual Permit Renewal applications for the City of Maumee was presented.  There were no objections noted from the Police Division.

Mr. WAGENER moved to place the report on file.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Administrator requesting referral of the matter of Food Truck events to the Buildings & Lands Committee was read.

Mr. NOONAN moved to refer the matter of Food Truck events to the Buildings & Lands Committee.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting authorization of an agreement with the Ohio Department of Transportation to participate in their annual salt bids for the 2018/2019 summer season was read.  He stated that by participating in this bid process, the City will be bound by the terms of the participation agreement to purchase 100% of our base tonnage for summer fill.  He added that the City will be utilizing a base tonnage of 2,500 tons for summer order and delivery.

Mr. KISSINGER moved to order emergency legislation to authorize the Service Department to enter into a participation agreement with ODOT for the provision of securing road salt for the 2018-2019 summer season.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A tabulation of bids received by the Service Director relative to the 2018 Tree Planting Program was read.  He stated that four (4) bids were received and it is recommended that Malczewski Lawn Care LLC be declared the lowest and most responsive and to approve a contract in the amount of $34,914 for the 2018 Tree Planting Program.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation to declare the bid of Malczewski Lawn Care LLC as the lowest and most responsive and to approve a contract in the amount of $34,914 relative to the 2018 Tree Planting Program.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of a contract for professional design services relative to the Police outdoor shooting range was read.  He stated that they have received a proposal for additional engineering along with bidding documents and assistance through the bidding phase of the outdoor shooting range.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with Poggemeyer Design Group in an amount not to exceed $7,250 for professional design services relative to the Police Shooting Range.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting referral of the matter of the Demand Response Program to the Public Utilities Committee was read.  He stated that the Service Department was made aware of a program called Demand Response from NRG Solutions, which is a reimbursement program to reduce power consumption when the power grid demand is at or near capacity with the likelihood of brown outs and blackouts are to occur.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to refer the matter of the Demand Response Program to the Public Utilities Committee.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Fire Chief requesting certain miscellaneous equipment be declared as surplus was read.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation declaring certain miscellaneous equipment as surplus.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Fire Chief requesting appropriations for the purchase of twelve (12) Sterns high visibility life jackets for the Fire Division was read.  He stated that these items have been approved in the capital budget for 2018.

Mr. KISSINGER moved to approve appropriations in the amount of $1,409.04 for the purchase of twelve (12) Sterns high visibility life jackets for the Fire Division.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Fire Chief requesting appropriations for the purchase of various Fire hose and equipment items during 2018 was read.  He stated that these items have been approved in the capital budget for 2018.

Mr. NOONAN moved to approve appropriations in the amount of $20,000 for the purchase of various Fire hose and equipment during 2018 for the Fire Division.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

President Pauken stated that the Committee of the Whole met and reviewed a request for referral of the Demand Response Program to the Public Utilities Committee (Item G); heard a brief update on the Streets Committee meeting held just before Council meeting, informing Council there will be a public forum for the residents on West Wayne Street for the construction phase on April 9th at 7pm; and then group pictures were taken.

 

Mr. Buehrer read the following report from the Joint Finance-Water & Sewer Committee meeting:

 

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

JOINT FINANCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

and

WATER & SEWER COMMITTEE REPORT

March 27, 2018

 

               On March 27, 2018, at 12:00 p.m. the Finance Committee of the Maumee City Council and the Water and Sewer Committee of Maumee City Council held a joint meeting in open session in the conference room adjacent to Council Chambers after proper notice given to the public.  Present at the Committee meeting were: Brent Buehrer, Chair of the Finance & Economic Committee; Council Committee Members Scott Noonan and Thomas Wagener Jr., John Boellner, Chair of the Water & Sewer Committee, Council Committee Member Tracey Elmore and Thomas Wagener Jr, Finance Director, Debra Cartledge, Joe Camp, Service Department Director, Howard Brebberman of the Service Department, Todd Walborn, Supervisor of the Water Department and Jim Heckman of the Sewer Department.

               Discussed at the meeting were as follows:

·        Water & Sewer Funds Balances and Consumer Rates

               Debra Cartledge of the Finance Department presented information on actual and projected Water and Sewer Fund balances. She discussed current rates and the long term effect on these fund balances.  Joe Camp of the Service Department reviewed upcoming projects related to the Water and Sewer funds. The Committee requested additional information on rates and proposed projects to determine a course of action. The Committee unanimously request this topic stay in the joint committees.

Respectfully submitted,

Brent Buehrer, Chair, Finance

Scott Noonan, Member, Finance

Tom Wagener, Jr., Member, Finance

John Boellner, Chair, Water & Sewer

Tracey Elmore, Member, Water & Sewer

Thomas Wagener, Jr., Member, Water & Sewer

              

Mr. BUEHRER moved to accept the report.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Mr. BOELLNER read the following report from the Personnel Committee:

 

Personnel Committee

 

               The Personnel Committee met on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 11:15 p.m.  Present for the meeting were Committee members John Boellner and Timothy Pauken (Tracey Elmore participated via phone).  Also present from Administration were John Jezak, Amber Rathburn, Susan Noble and Bruce Wholf.

               The topic of discussion was Inspection staffing.  Mr. Wholf explained the hiring of new Building & Zoning Inspectors was becoming more fruitless because of pay and benefits.  Mr. Wholf proposed paying the Building & Zoning Inspectors by the number of certifications they held, plus a signing bonus (see rates attached).

               After a brief discussion, Mr. Pauken made a motion to allow an increase in salary for the Building & Zoning Inspectors based on the number of certifications, as proposed by Mr. Wholf.  In addition, a one-week vacation time signing bonus to be used by their anniversary date.  Motion passed 2-0.

Respectfully submitted,

John Boellner, Chair

Tracey Elmore, Member

Tim Pauken, Member

 

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation to amend the Administrative Support Ordinance.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to accept the report.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Mr. Buehrer read the following report from the Streets Committee meeting:

 

Streets Committee

 

               The Streets Committee met April 2, 2018 at 4:00pm in the Council Chambers at 400 Conant Street. During the committee meeting the following was discussed:

·         Reconstruction paving and storm water project between the 700 block of West Wayne Street to where West Wayne Street meets Monclova Road.

               Present at the committee meetings were: Brent Buehrer & John Boellner of the Committee; Joe Camp & Howard Brebberman, Maumee Service Department; Amber Rathburn, Maumee Finance Department and Law Director, Beth Tischler.   

               The Committee and Administration discussed the procedure of holding a neighbors’ meeting regarding the possible West Wayne assessment.  Then they discussed the assessment process for the various affected properties. 

               The Committee adjourned until its next meeting at 7:00 pm on April 9, 2017.  

This Report is respectfully submitted,

Brent Buehrer, Chair

John Boellner, Member

Dave Kissinger, Member (excused)

 

Mr. BUEHRER moved to accept the report.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Frederick Koontz, 1716 Christopher Lane, spoke against the possibility of the City selling the property on River Road.

 

Mr. Boellner stated that he was asked to attend a water nutrient meeting scheduled at The Andersons general headquarters this Thursday to discuss the algae problem as it relates to farm run-off.

 

Legislation was considered at this time.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 052 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (ODOT) ANNUAL WINTER ROAD SALT BID, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 053 – 2018                                        ACCEPTING BID FOR IMPROVEMENT OF VARIOUS STREETS IN THE CITY OF MAUMEE BY THE PLANTING OF TREES, AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 054 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT  WITH POGGEMEYER DESIGN GROUP FOR PROFESSIONAL DESIGN SERVICES RELATED TO THE POLICE SHOOTING RANGE IN THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BUEHRER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. BUEHRER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 055 – 2018                                        DECLARING CERTAIN PROPERTY OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE TO BE SURPLUS, AUTHORIZING DISPOSAL OF SAME, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. PAUKEN moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. PAUKEN moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.


ORDINANCE NO.                 056 – 2018                                        ESTABLISHING SALARIES AND COMPENSATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE, ESTABLISHING TIMES AND MANNER OF PAYMENT THEREOF, AND OTHER EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AND RELATED MATTERS, REPEALING CERTAIN ORDINANCES AS APPLIED TO EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mrs. ELMORE moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mrs. ELMORE moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 057 – 2018                                        APPROPRIATING AND TRANSFERRING FUNDS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. NOONAN moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to adjourn at 7:55 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Monday, April 16, 2018.  Motion carried v.v.

 

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7:30 p.m. Monday, April 16, 2018

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

MINUTES

Monday, April 16, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

 

James Gee, TARTA General Manager, gave a presentation on recent and proposed changes within TARTA.  He stated that TARTA has been working on a strategic plan over the past several months, which should be finalized by the beginning of May.  He added that he would like to return to Council in about a month with a full presentation of their strategic plan.

 

President Pauken asked if there were any questions relative to items on the agenda.

 

Mrs. Elmore asked the Service Director to explain why such expensive chairs were being ordered for the Council Chamber and conference rooms (Item L).

The Service Director responded that a few years ago Council members broached the subject of replacing the Council Chamber chairs.  Several options were looked at and everyone agreed on the Anthem chairs, which were then purchased for the Administrative Conference Room.  In order to remain uniform, it was decided to purchase the same model chairs for the rest of the areas.

Mrs. Elmore asked if other mid-cost range chairs were considered.

The Service Director responded that if Council members would like to see a variety of styles and costs, he has no problem with asking vendors to come in with sample chairs.

Mrs. Elmore stated that she would like to investigate all of the possibilities before making any decision tonight.

 

Mr. Buehrer asked about the food truck events on Saturdays and whether this would require the closure of the East Mews parking lot.  He also felt that he should abstain on this matter.

 

Mr. Buehrer read a statement concerning his feelings about rehiring of a prior full time retiree for a part time Radio/Telephone Operator position.  He stated that he would need to vote against this request this evening and that his decision was not personal, but rather against the policy of rehiring retirees in general.

Discussion followed.

 

President Pauken asked Nancy Gagnet to talk about MUBA’s plan for Food Truck events on Saturdays this summer.

Mrs. Gagnet responded that they are just waiting to hear back from the City so they can move forward.

Discussion followed.

 

There being no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 7:25 p.m.

 

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

MINUTES

Monday, April 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

 

The Council of the City of Maumee, Ohio, met on the above date with the following members present: John Boellner, Brent Buehrer, Tracey Elmore, Dave Kissinger, Scott Noonan, Timothy Pauken and Thomas Wagener, Jr. (7).

Mayor Richard Carr, presiding.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to approve the minutes of the April 2, 2018 meeting and approve the Minutes Journal.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.


A letter from the Mayor appointing Paul Wesley Shepherd as a Building & Zoning Inspector was read.

Mr. NOONAN moved to confirm the appointment of Paul Wesley Shepherd as a Building & Zoning Inspector in the Division of Building & Zoning, effective May 2, 2018.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing David Powell as a part time Radio / Telephone Operator was read.

Mr. WAGENER moved to confirm the appointment of David Powell as a part time Radio / Telephone Operator in the Division of Police, Department of Public Safety, effective April 23, 2018.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; Buehrer (1) voting nay; the Chair declared the motion carried by a vote of 6-1.

Mr. Buehrer again pointed out that his vote was in no way against the individual, but simply against the policy in general.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing Bradford Perry as an Operator was read.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to confirm the appointment of Bradford Perry as an Operator in the Department of Public Service, Division of Sewers, effective April 30, 2018.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing Alicia Allenbaugh as a Paralegal / Legal Secretary was read.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to confirm the appointment of Alicia Allenbaugh as a Paralegal / Legal Secretary for the Law Department, effective April 19, 2018.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing Haley Arena as a Lifeguard was read.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to confirm the appointment of Haley Arena as a Lifeguard at Rolf Park Pool for the 2018 season.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

The Annual Report from the Municipal Court was presented.

Mr. KISSINGER moved to place the report on file.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Administrator requesting authorization of a contract for the 2018 fireworks display was read.  He stated that as in previous years, the show will be held on July 3, 2018, with a rain date of July 4th.  He added that Maumee will again split the fee 50-50 with the City of Perrysburg.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation authorizing a contract with Pyrotechnico in the amount of $15,000 as Maumee’s share of the 2018 fireworks display.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Law Director requesting authorization of a facility use agreement related to fire training was read.  She stated that Toledo Fire desires to use the City of Maumee training facilities and has requested that the terms of use be made clear.

Mr. WAGENER moved to order emergency legislation authorizing a facility use agreement with Toledo Fire & Rescue.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting approval of a contract for new postage meter equipment, utilizing state term pricing, for the Finance Department was read.  She stated that this would replace the old meter and conveyor that is over eight years old and has had several service problems in the past.

Mr. KISSINGER moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract, utilizing state term pricing, with Neopost in the amount of $11,756 plus postage meter rental and software at $60 per month, relative to a new postage meter machine for the Finance Department.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting approval of an amendment to the Firefighter Deferred Compensation Agreement was read.  She stated that in October 2017, the Ohio Association of Firefighters (OAFF) notified its members of their review and decision to make changes to the entire OAFF Deferred Compensation 457(b) Plan, including a recommendation to change the Plan Trustee to Prudential Bank & Trust Company and Prudential Retirement Insurance and Annuity Company as record-keeper of the Plan.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to order emergency legislation approving an amendment to the Firefighter Deferred Compensation Agreement.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting an amendment to the agreement with Fifth Third Bank relative to adding “Positive Pay” feature for the Municipal Court was read.  She stated that this is recommended by Fifth Third Bank to be included in three Municipal Court accounts as a fraud prevention tool.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to order emergency legislation amending the agreement with Fifth Third Bank relative to adding the “Positive Pay” feature for the Municipal Court.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting authorization for an archaeological investigation at Klewer Towpath Park was read.  He stated that they received a request from an Assistant Professor at the University of Toledo to perform a non-invasive geophysical and minimally-invasive shovel test survey of two landforms along the north bank of the river within the Park.

The Mayor asked the Service Director to explain the process that will be used to Council members.

The Service Director explained the reason for the request and how it would be done.

Mr. Buehrer asked who would have ownership of any artifacts discovered.

Discussion was held.

The Mayor asked the Administrator to follow-up on questions raised about this request.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to table the matter until a question about ownership of artifacts is answered.  Roll call:  Buehrer, Elmore and Pauken (3) voting yea; Boellner, Kissinger, Noonan and Wagener (4) voting nay; the Chair declared the motion failed by a vote of 3-4.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to authorize an archaeological investigation at Klewer Towpath Park.  Roll call:  Boellner, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (5) voting yea; Buehrer and Elmore (2) voting nay; the Chair declared the motion carried by a vote of 5-2.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of a contract for the Dussel Drive Water Tower interior inspection was read.  He stated that this includes a 5-year interior inspection of the elevated water storage tank on Dussel Drive.

Mr. NOONAN moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with Dixon Engineering in an amount not to exceed $5,000 for the Dussel Drive Water Tower interior inspection.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of a contract for the purchase of a stump cutter was read.  He stated that they obtained prices through the State Purchasing Program and compared prices using H.B. 204.  He added that this was authorized for replacement during the 2018 Capital Budget process.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with Vermeer Mid Atlantic in the amount of $49,459.46, utilizing H.B. 204, for the purchase of a Vermeer SC802 stump cutter.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of a contract for the purchase of a Truckster Utility Vehicle was read.  He stated that this vehicle will be used by the Natural Resource and Recreation Divisions at Rolf Park.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with Baker Vehicle Systems, utilizing State Purchasing Program, in the amount of $22,851.20 for a Jacobsen Truckster XD Utility Vehicle.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of a contract for the purchase of replacement chairs for the Council Conference Room, Council Chambers and the Service Department Conference Room was read.  He stated that three proposals were considered for the purchase of 31 chairs, which was approved during the budget process. 

Discussion was held on the cost of the chairs.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to table the matter until the next Council meeting.  Roll call:  Buehrer, Elmore, Noonan (3) voting yea; Boellner, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (4) voting nay; the Chair declared the motion failed by a vote of 3-4.

Mr. WAGENER moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with McNerney in an amount not to exceed $22,870.09 for the purchase of 31 replacement chairs for the Council Conference Room, Council Chambers and the Service Department Conference Room.  Roll call:  Boellner, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (5) voting yea; Buehrer and Elmore (2) voting nay; the Chair declared the motion carried by a vote of 5-2.

 

A letter from the Acting Police Chief requesting authorization of agreements for Safety City teachers was read.  He stated that the dates for the 2018 program are June 4-15, 2018 at Wayne Trail Elementary School.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation authorizing an agreement with Leanne Stevens in the amount of $1,600 for Safety City teaching services.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation authorizing an agreement with Jennifer Ripmaster in the amount of $1,600 for Safety City teaching services.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Acting Police Chief requesting certain miscellaneous equipment be declared as surplus was read.  He stated that 28 BPV Extreme Body Armor are requested to be recycled/destroyed.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation declaring 26 expired bullet-proof vests as surplus.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. Kissinger asked for Parliamentary inquiry.  He stated that he challenges the decision of the Chair.

The Law Director responded that the Chair must acknowledge Mr. Kissinger’s Point of Order at this time.

Mr. Kissinger stated that the Clerk read that there were 28 vests and the motion said only 26.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to rescind the prior motion.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation declaring 28 expired bullet-proof vests as surplus.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Fire Chief requesting approval of changes adopting the new 2017 Ohio Fire Code and Appendices was read.  He stated that this Code took effect December 15, 2017 and this will automatically adopt any future updated editions.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to order emergency legislation approving changes adopting the new 2017 Ohio Fire Code and Appendices.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Fire Chief requesting approval of a contract for a new ambulance was read.  He stated that this will be replacing their existing 2005 Horton Ambulance (Medic 94).

Mr. BUEHRER moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with Penn Care, Inc. in the amount of $212,787.57 for a new 2018 Braun Chief XL Type 1 Ambulance on a Ford F-550 chassis for the Fire Division.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with P&R Communications Services, Inc. in the amount of $2,312.17 for the installation of a new radio and mobile data terminal/tablet and equipment.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with Motorola Solutions, Inc. in the amount of $4,641.67 for the purchase of a new mobile radio and equipment.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

President Pauken stated that the Committee of the Whole met and heard a presentation by TARTA and that they will return in a month to present their strategic plan in more detail; reviewed items on the agenda including the Court annual report (Item B); discussion on the purchase of new conference chairs (Item L); Mr. Buehrer stated he would be abstaining on the Buildings & Lands Committee report and he also read a statement about his objection of rehiring of a retiree; and a discussion on Food Truck Saturdays.

 

Mr. Pauken read the following report from the Municipal Court Committee meeting:

 

Municipal Court Committee Report

 

               A Municipal Court Committee meeting was held on April 6, 2018 at 1:30pm for the matter of Clerk of Court wages. Present for the meeting were Tim Pauken, Tracey Elmore and Tom Wagener from the committee, Acting Clerk of Courts Linda Howe, Judge Hazard, and Sue Noble, Deb Cartledge and Beth Tischler from administration.

               Judge Hazard gave the Committee a brief synopsis of where the Court was with the many challenges he is currently facing, most of which is staffing.  The short of it was, that he felt he needed a Clerk of Courts first before moving on with other positions, because the individual he has hired would know better than he, how to staff the operation due to her prior experience. The new Clerk comes to us with 15 years of Court experience, a Master’s degree and a Bachelor's degree and 2 Court certifications for Court Management through the Supreme Court.

               The Judge has come to us requesting that she be hired under the "Directors Range" of the salary schedule, at a starting wage of $70,000.00. He didn't believe starting the new individual at $65,000.00 would be appropriate due to her qualifications.   And, he didn't feel comfortable with just giving her a "Special Projects" stipend to make up the difference in pay. He also explained that to pay her a stipend would prevent the City from recouping the 40% that the County reimburses the City for Clerk of Court wages. The County does not reimburse for stipends.

               The Law Director stated that to pay with a salary and "special projects" stipend causes issues in the payroll department.   Payroll and stipend get paid through two separate accounts, and calculation of benefits has to be adjusted accordingly.   She also went on to explain that even if the new Clerk were to be paid under the "Directors Range" of the salary schedule, the Judge would still need approval from Council to give her an increase in salary through the general fund if the Court was running a deficit.

               After much discussion amongst members of the Committee as to the pros and cons of the Judge's request, and the realization of the cost savings with the new hire, Tracey Elmore made a motion to approve placement of the Clerk of Courts within the "Directors Range" with a starting salary of $70,000.00, with any future increases still under the authority of Council, as long as the Court continues to run a deficit. This motion passed unanimously.

               Tracey Elmore made a motion to adjourn. Motion passed 3-0.

Respectfully submitted,

Timothy Pauken, Chairman

Tracey Elmore, Member

Thomas Wagener, Jr., Member

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation establishing the compensation of the Clerk of the Maumee Municipal Court.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to accept the report.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Mr. Kissinger read the following report from the Public Utilities Committee meeting:

 

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMITTEE REPORT

Friday, April 6, 2018, at 2:30 p.m.

 

               The Public Utilities Committee of Maumee City Council met on April 6, 2018 at 2:30 p.m. in open session in the conference room adjacent to council chambers after proper notice was given to the public.  Present at the Committee meeting were: Dave Kissinger, Committee Chair; Tim Pauken and John Boellner, Committee members; Service Director Joe Camp; Water Department personnel Todd Walborn and Jim Heckman.  A quorum of Committee members was present. 

               The only item on the agenda was to discuss Maumee’s participation in the Demand Response Program. 

               The Service Director indicated that the City had been approached by NRG Energy, Inc. to determine our interest in participating in the load sharing program with the goal of reducing brownouts and blackouts.  Mr. Camp contacted NRG, by conference line, and then turned the discussion over to Rihanna Ellis and Phil Kavanagh who described the Demand Response Program.

               This is a voluntary program where the City can elect to switch over to generator power at a specified location when the power grid is reaching maximum capacity and brownouts or blackouts are likely to occur.  The program will commence from June 1 through September 30 each year and the City will be reimbursed for the power savings to the grid.  NRG will install a power meter, at no cost to the City, on the generator that measures usage for reimbursement.

               The Committee voted unanimously to authorize immediate completion of the enrollment process and to participate in the Demand Response Program through NRG Curtailment Solutions Inc.

               The meeting was adjourned at 3:05 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

David Kissinger, Chairman

John Boellner, Member

Timothy Pauken, Member

 

Mr. KISSINGER moved to accept the report.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Mr. Buehrer read the following report from the Street Committee meeting:

 

Streets Committee

Of

Maumee City Council

 

               The Streets Committee met April 9, 2018 at 7:00pm in the Council Chambers at 400 Conant Street. During the committee meeting the following was discussed:

 

·         Reconstruction paving and storm water project between the 700 block of West Wayne Street to where West Wayne Street meets Monclova Road.

 

               Present at the Committee meetings were: Brent Buehrer, John Boellner and Dave Kissinger of the Committee; council president Tim Pauken, council members Scott Noonan and Tracey Elmore; Service Director Joe Camp; Finance Director Debra Cartledge; Law Director Beth Tischler and the following residents:

 

John and Colleen Lachapelle                           719 W Wayne Street

Ida O. Ronan & Glen Stults                             937 W Wayne Street

Ardis & Dick Dardenne                                    1005 W. Wayne Street

Mike & Maureen Russel                                  917 W. Wayne Street

Annette Riedel                                                  922 W. Wayne Street

Jim Durst                                                           926 Seventh Street Representing St. Joseph Catholic Church

Joe Lachapelle                                                   1013 W. Wayne Street

Marty and Dawn Sniadecki                             800 W. Wayne Street

Regina Rambo                                                  724 W. Wayne Street

Bob Heckman                                                   1025 W. River Road Representing the Side Cut Park

John Kristenak                                                  900 West Wayne Street

Carol Kristenak                                                 813 W. Wayne Street

Tony & Sandy Mckinnon                                 921 W. Wayne Street

Eddie Campos                                                   929 W Wayne Street

Roger Broke                                                      905 W Wayne Street

Casey Frail                                                         908 W Wayne Street

 

               The residents in attendance represented 2,386.96 assessable frontage footage of the total 4,612.26 effected front footage. This equates to 51.75% of the assessable frontage footage. The number of property owners present at the meeting represented 16 of the 35 effected property owners or 47.71%

 

               Service Director Joe Camp and Law Director Beth Tischler presented the attached information on a possible improvement paving and storm water improvement project for West Wayne Street 700 block – 1200 block. Then the committee took questions from the effected residents.

 

               The following issues were brought up:

·         Cost of the assessment and how it could be reduced in price.

·         Traffic concerns on West Wayne and the fact that the street is being used as a cross thru   street.

·         Closer of West Wayne at or near Side Cut Park.

·         Closer of US24 / Monclova intersection not allowing traffic to enter West Wayne Street or Old Trail Road.

·         The City’s lack of having reliable affective speed enforcement on West Wayne.

·         Standing Water creating damage to the road

·         Columbia Gas abandon gas lines and how that would affect widening West Wayne Street

·         Additional sidewalks not needed on the North side of the road.

·         Sidewalks needed on the south side of the road for easier neighborhood access to Side Cut              Park.

·         Why St Joseph’s Church was not contacted? This turned out to be a fallacy and they were     mailed a notice to their Broadway Street address.

·         The need for a pedestrian crossing so the North side of the street can get to and from Side      Cut Park.

·         The need for speed bumps.

·         Adding a 3-way stop sign intersection at Lacombe and the West Wayne Street. 

 

               The committee made sure the residents knew how they could start a petition on any of the issues that were brought up and that the petition would have to be submitted to the Clerk of Maumee City Council. They were also told that a blank street improvement petition could be picked up at the City. That 60% asset front footage owners would have to sign the petition for the project to move forward. The committee wants the improvement of West Wayne to remain in the committee. The committee adjourned at 8:31pm. 

 

This Report is respectfully submitted,

Brent Buehrer, Chairman

John Boellner, Member

David Kissinger, Member

              

Mr. BUEHRER moved to accept the report.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Mr. Noonan read the following report from the Building and Lands Committee meeting:

 

Building and Lands Committee

 

               The Building and Lands Committee met on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 3:00 PM. Present for the meeting were Committee members John Boellner, Dave Kissinger and Scott Noonan, Chairman.   Also present were John Jezak, Joe Camp, Nancy Gagnet, Allison Fiscus, Sam Johnson and Brad Reynolds.

               The topic of discussion for this Committee meeting was the 2018 Food Truck events proposal, which had several changes, including a different day and location. The Maumee Uptown Business Association proposes that the Food Truck events occur on Saturday evenings and on E. Dudley.  In addition, the food truck Saturdays would occur from mid-May through late June and then pick up again from September 1st to October 6th to capitalize on the college football games. MUBA’s proposal also potentially can open up opportunities for additional activities/entertainment.

               Several concerns were raised during this meeting in regards to the proposal. Service Director Camp explained that doing this on Saturdays, along with the employee mandate for closing of Dudley, would lead to overtime and increased man-hours for the department. He raised the concern of the storage of the tables that would be used weekly. Also, Brad Reynolds explained that this proposal would prevent access to his parking lot on Dudley.

               To address these concerns, MUBA will coordinate with Mr. Reynolds and St. Paul’s Church to have the Food Trucks alongside the 100 block of East Wayne Street. This would solve Mr. Reynolds’s concerns and the Service Department concerns.

               Mr. Kissinger made a motion to recommend approval of MUBA Truck Event Proposal with location amended to the 100 block of East Wayne Street. Motion passed 3-0. Meeting was adjourned at 3:28 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

Scott Noonan, Chairman

John Boellner, Member

David Kissinger, Member

 

Mr. NOONAN moved to allow Mr. Buehrer to abstain due to a conflict of interest.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. NOONAN moved to accept the report.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays none; Buehrer (1) abstaining; the Chair declared the motion carried by a vote of 6-0.

 

Joyce Mikoleski, 346 Lacombe Drive, Maumee, spoke about her dissatisfaction with the changes being implemented by TARTA.

 

The Service Director reported that today he and the Commissioner of Public Service attended a pre-construction meeting for the safety improvements to Monclova Road and the Anthony Wayne Trail project.  He stated that this project will begin on April 30th with a completion date for the end of September.

 

The Service Director announced that “no further action” has been received from the NFA for the parking lot at 214 Illinois Avenue.   They will begin work to figure out conceptual design and begin accepting proposals for design services.  Construction expected to begin in 2019.

 

The Mayor stated he had the opportunity to meet with the new owners of the tractor shop, FIC.  This is their 7th location in the state of Ohio.  He stated that they have retained every employee from the previous owners, which is commendable.

 

Mr. BUEHRER moved to refer the Street Paving Program to the Streets Committee.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Legislation was considered at this time.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 058 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH PYROTECHNICO RELATIVE TO FIREWORKS DISPLAY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.


ORDINANCE NO.                 059 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING FACILITY USE AGREEMENT WITH CITY OF TOLEDO FIRE & RESCUE FOR USE OF CITY PROPERTY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 060 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF CONTRACT  WITH NEOPOST RELATIVE TO THE PURCHASE OF NEW POSTAGE METER EQUIPMENT WITH MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT FOR THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING OFFICES OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BUEHRER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. BUEHRER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 061 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE PLAN DOCUMENTS RELATIVE TO THE OHIO ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL FIRE FIGHTERS 457 DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN AND TRUST, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. PAUKEN moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. PAUKEN moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 062 – 2018                                        AMENDING ORDINANCE 01-2016 RELATIVE TO MASTER TREASURY MANAGEMENT SERVICES BETWEEN THE CITY OF MAUMEE AND FIFTH THIRD BANK, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mrs. ELMORE moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mrs. ELMORE moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 063 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH DIXON ENGINEERING RELATIVE TO THE DUSSEL DRIVE WATER TOWER INTERIOR INSPECTION FOR THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. NOONAN moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. NOONAN moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.


ORDINANCE NO.                 064 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH VERMEER MID ATLANTIC FOR THE PURCHASE OF A STUMP CUTTER FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. KISSINGER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. KISSINGER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 065 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH BAKER VEHICLE SYSTEMS FOR THE PURCHASE OF A JACOBSEN TRUCKSTER XD UTILITY VEHICLE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 066 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH McNERNEY RELATIVE TO THE PURCHASE OF REPLACEMENT CONFERENCE CHAIRS FOR THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (5) voting yea; Buehrer and Elmore (2) voting nay.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (5) voting yea; Buehrer and Elmore (2) voting nay.

So the Ordinance was passed by a vote of 5-2.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 067 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING CONTRACTS RELATIVE TO RENDERING TEACHING SERVICES FOR THE DIVISION OF POLICE, SAFETY CITY PROGRAM, IN THE CITY OF MAUMEE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BUEHRER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. BUEHRER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 068 – 2018                                        DECLARING CERTAIN PROPERTY OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE TO BE SURPLUS, AUTHORIZING DISPOSAL OF SAME, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. PAUKEN moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. PAUKEN moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.


ORDINANCE NO.                 069 – 2018                                        AMENDING THE MAUMEE CODIFIED ORDINANCE RELATIVE TO PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE FIRE PREVENTION CODE AND APPENDICES, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mrs. ELMORE moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mrs. ELMORE moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 070 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING PURCHASE OF NEW AMBULANCE FOR THE FIRE DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. NOONAN moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. NOONAN moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 071 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH P&R COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES, INC. FOR REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT IN NEW AMBULANCE FOR THE FIRE DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. KISSINGER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. KISSINGER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 072 – 2018                                        AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC. FOR THE PURCHASE OF NEW MOBILE RADIO AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE NEW AMBULANCE FOR THE DIVISION OF FIRE, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. WAGENER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 073 – 2018                                        ESTABLISHING COMPENSATION FOR THE MUNICIPAL COURT CLERK IN ACCORDANCE WITH O.R.C. §1901.31(C)(1) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. BOELLNER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.


ORDINANCE NO.                 074 – 2018                                        APPROPRIATING AND TRANSFERRING FUNDS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. BUEHRER moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Buehrer, Elmore, Kissinger, Noonan, Pauken and Wagener (7) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to adjourn at 8:48 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Monday, May 7, 2018.  Motion carried v.v.