MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL
December 4, 18 and 28 (Special), 2017
MINUTES

7:30 p.m. Monday, December 4, 2017

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

MINUTES

Monday, December 4, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

 

Acting President Boellner stated that there were two items to be added to the agenda tonight.  The first is a letter from the Mayor appointing Mr. Pauken as the Finance Committee Chairman and the second is a letter from the Finance Director regarding a Key Bank agreement.  He asked the Finance Director to explain her request.

The Finance Director explained that this is an agreement to establish a group program for the health savings accounts, which is part of the new health insurance plan being offered to employees.  She added that she felt it was important to get the agreement approved by Council so sign-up by employees could begin next week.

 

Acting President Boellner asked Acting Mayor Buehrer to explain his request relating to Council pay increases.

Acting Mayor Buehrer responded that his letter will be referred to the Finance Committee for discussion.

 

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

 

Mr. Kissinger asked whether Mr. Hazard has turned in his letter of resignation from Council.

The Law Director responded that at the last Council meeting Councilman Hazard withdrew from all his committee assignments.

Acting Mayor Buehrer added that it was important to assign a new Chair to the Finance Committee in order to begin the budget process soon.

 

Mr. WAGENER moved to adjourn to Executive Session at 7:09 p.m. to discuss pending litigation.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. WAGENER moved to return from Executive Session at 7:27 p.m.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

There being no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 7:27 p.m.

 

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

MINUTES

Monday, December 4, 2017 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, Tracey Elmore, Daniel Hazard, David Kissinger, Timothy Pauken and Thomas Wagener, Jr. (6).

Acting Mayor Brent Buehrer, presiding.

 

Mr. BOELLNER moved to approve the minutes of the November 20, 2017 meeting and approve the Minutes Journal.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor requesting confirmation of his appointment of Mr. Pauken as Chairman of the Finance Committee to fill the vacancy of Mr. Hazard was read.

 

A letter from the Mayor requesting confirmation of his appointment of Mr. Buehrer to fill Mr. Hazard’s various committee assignments was read.

Mr. WAGENER moved to confirm the above appointments as requested.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor requesting confirmation of his re-appointments of Robert Brannan and Keith Helminski to the Building Standards and Appeals Board was read.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to confirm the re-appointments of Robert Brannan and Keith Helminski to the Building Standards and Appeals Board for an additional 5-year term ending December 31, 2022.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting authorization of agreements for health and life insurance program providers was read.  She stated that the City will be renewing a contract with Mutual Health Services along with Savage & Associates Insurance, as insurance consultant.  She added that starting in 2018, the City is adding an optional plan for employees that is a High Deductible Health Savings Account plan, which will also be administered by Mutual Health Services and at a cost savings for the City and for employees.  Other providers included in the employee health plan are St. Luke’s Hospital, ProMedica Wellness, National Script, VSP Vision, Teledoc, Dentemax, Chard Snyder, Unum Life Insurance and Pension Innovations and Consulting.

Mr. HAZARD moved to order emergency legislation authorizing agreements relative to 2018 health and life insurance plans for City employees.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Acting Mayor Buehrer asked that a motion be made at this time to add the request by the Finance Director relating to the Key Bank agreement for the health savings accounts to the agenda.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to add the letter from the Finance Director relative to the Key Bank agreement for the health savings accounts to the agenda.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting approval of an agreement with Key Bank relative to the Health Savings Accounts being offered to City employees was read.  She added that Key Bank is providing the employee’s HSA accounts with all fees waived if the employee chooses online statements.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to order emergency legislation approving an agreement with Key Bank to handle the City’s HSA accounts for City employees.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting additional appropriations for the Municipal Court was read.  She stated that an increase is needed to cover additional costs for 2017 and that ample funds are available in the Court special funds.

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

Mr. BOELLNER moved to approve additional appropriations for the Municipal Court to cover costs for 2017.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (5) voting yea; Hazard (1) abstaining; the Chair declared the motion carried by a vote of 5-0.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting approval of agreements with CMI relative to software, hardware and facilities management was read.  She stated that CMI has proven to be an excellent provider of the City’s IT software and hardware services.  She added that with regard to facilities management, the City is requesting a 6-month contract with an option to renew for an additional six months in order to allow the City to explore the possibility of adding an in-house IT Manager in 2018.

Mr. KISSINGER moved to order emergency legislation approving various contracts with CMI relative to the City’s licensed software, hardware and equipment and facilities management.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of an agreement for annual maintenance and data collection services for the sanitary sewer master meter was read.   He stated that this service will ensure the sensors are collecting the flows and are in a reporting format for quarterly reports that need to be submitted to Lucas County Sanitary Engineers.  He added that this will also provide for quick response should one of the sensors fail to report readings.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to order emergency legislation approving a maintenance agreement with ADS Environments Services  in the amount of $4,800 to maintain the sanitary sewer master meter.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of the Solid Waste District Plan updates was read.   He stated that every five years the Lucas County Solid Waste District is required to submit an updated plan in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code (ORC), Section 3734.  He stated that the goal of this update is to demonstrate adequate capacity in the landfills for the next 5-year cycle.  He added that the full plan is on file in the Service Department.

Mr. WAGENER moved to order emergency legislation approving the Lucas County Solid Waste District Plan updates.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Police Chief requesting approval of a contract with the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for NORIS computer services was read.  He stated that NORIS facilitates access to local, state and national criminal justice databases that serve dispatch communications, patrol, criminal investigations and record check operations.  He added that there is no increase from 2017.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation approving a contract with the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council at a cost of $20,500 for 2018 NORIS services.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Interim Probation Administrator submitting the annual report of the Probation Services Fund

was presented.

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

 

A letter from the Chief Building Official requesting approval of a zoning change for 6002 Monclova Road, as recommended by the Maumee Planning Commission, was read.  He stated that the Planning Commission held a public hearing on November 27, 2017 for the property owned by Monclova Medical LLC to consider a zone change from R-2 (single family) to C-4 (Office, Laboratory and Research District).

Acting Mayor Buehrer has a conflict of interest so Acting Council President Boellner will be Acting Mayor on this issue.

Mr. WAGENER moved to allow Mr. Buehrer to abstain due to a conflict of interest arising from his relationship to the applicant.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. WAGENER moved to order legislation to amend the zoning code map.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from Council President Buehrer requesting review of Council pay was read.  He requested that his letter be referred to the Finance Committee for review.

Mr. KISSINGER moved to refer the matter of the Mayor and Council’s compensation to the Finance Committee.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Acting President Boellner stated that the Committee of the Whole met and discussed two additions to the agenda.  First was appointing Mr. Pauken as the Finance Chair and the second was relative to an agreement with Key Bank to handle the City’s HSA accounts;  Acting Mayor Buehrer discussed Council pay in relation to keeping current with the OPERS credit years; discussed question about Mr. Hazard’s resignation; and adjourned to Executive Session to discuss pending litigation.

 

Mr. Scott Noonan, 2400 Detroit Avenue, Apt. 12, stated that he was one of the six candidates for Council at the last election and he congratulated the four Council members that were re-elected.  He also congratulated Mr. Hazard for his successful bid for Judge.  He added that he would like to publicly make it known that he is interested in filling the vacancy on Council with Mr. Hazard’s resignation. 

 

The Finance Director stated that they will be asking for a Special Council Meeting on December 28th at 3:00 p.m. to approve final 2017 appropriations.

 

The Service Director stated he received an email from the contractor performing the emergency water line repair for the crossing at Monclova Road and it appears that a tentative road closure for through traffic at West Wayne Street will occur next week beginning on Monday for five days.  He added they are waiting for confirmation and once it is confirmed, they will notify the Mirror and St. Luke’s Hospital as well as neighboring properties.

Mrs. Elmore reminded everyone of the City’s first Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Sunday, December 10th at the green space at Broadway and Conant from 5:30 – 8:00 pm.  She encouraged everyone to attend this community event.

 

Mr. Hazard stated that after consulting with Mr. Buehrer and the Law Director, he will be resigning from Council effective midnight tonight.  He stated he looks forward to working with Council as the new Municipal Judge, with the hopes of taking his commitment of fiscal responsibility with him to the Court in order to modernize and streamline the Court operations.  He stated that there is an issue he would like to address before he leaves.  The issue relates to adopting a “Consent Agenda,” which is used by many communities.  He stated that he would hope that someone on Council would eventually send this matter to the Code Committee for review.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to accept Mr. Hazard’s resignation effective midnight December 4, 2017.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Mr. Wagener reminded everyone about the annual Pancake Breakfast at the Fire Station this Saturday from 8 am until 12 noon.

 

Legislation was considered at this time.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 224 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING CONTRACTS RELATIVE TO 2018 HEALTH AND LIFE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 225 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH CREATIVE MICROSYSTEMS, INC. RELATIVE TO HARDWARE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 226 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH CREATIVE MICROSYSTEMS, INC. RELATIVE TO 2018 ANNUAL SOFTWARE FEE FOR THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 227 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH CREATIVE MICROSYSTEMS, INC. RELATIVE TO FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

 

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 228 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING AGREEMENT WITH ADS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES RELATIAVE TO ANNUAL MAINTENANCE AND DATA COLLECTION SERVICES FOR THE SANITARY SEWER MASTER METER IN THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

RESOLUTION NO.                229 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING APPROVAL OF THE LUCAS COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT’S AMENDED DRAFT SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Resolution by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the resolution be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the resolution be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Resolution was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 230 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING CONTRACT WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL, FOR NORIS COMPUTER SERVICES FOR THE DIVISION OF POLICE, CITY OF MAUMEE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.


ORDINANCE NO.                 231 --  2017                                       AMENDING THE ZONING CODE MAP OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (5) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 232 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MAUMEE AND KEYBANK RELATIVE TO HEALTH SAVING ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE CITY OF MAUMEE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be passed as an emergency measure.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmore, Hazard, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (6) voting yea; nays, none.

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 233 --  2017                                       APPROPRIATING AND TRANSFERRING FUNDS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

Mr. HAZARD moved the ordinance be placed on its final passage and passed.  Roll call:  Boellner, Elmwood, Kissinger, Pauken and Wagener (5) voting yea; nays, none; Hazard (1) abstaining.

So the Ordinance was passed by a vote of 5-0.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to adjourn at 8:12 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Monday, December 18, 2017.  Motion carried v.v.

 

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7:30 p.m. Monday, December 18, 2017

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

MINUTES

Monday, December 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

 

Mr. Sam Johnson, Executive Director, Maumee Indoor Theater, presented the Maumee Indoor Theater 2018 annual budget and business plan (Item E).

 

President Buehrer explained the process and procedure for filling a vacant Council seat (Item A).

 

The Fire Chief explained his request to hire two new Paramedics (Item C).

 

Mr. BOELLNER moved to adjourn to Executive Session at 7:09 p.m. to discuss purchase and sale of real estate.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Mr. KISSINGER moved to return from Executive Session at 7:22 p.m.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

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

 

There being no further business to discuss, the meeting adjourned at 7:23 p.m.

 

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

MINUTES

Monday, December 18, 2017 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, David Kissinger, Timothy Pauken and Thomas Wagener, Jr. (6).

Mayor Richard Carr, presiding.

 

The Mayor introduced Isaac Spring, Clinton Street, 3 years old.  Isaac loves trucks and every Tuesday watches through his window for the Republic Service recycling truck to come through his neighborhood.   Last Halloween Isaac brought those truck drivers cookies.  Brian Miller, Republic Service driver, wanted to do something special for Isaac and he recently gifted Isaac with a hand-made truck.  Mayor Carr stated that Republic Service employees are not employees of the City, but to the residents the job they do does reflect on the City.  When they go out of their way to touch the life of a small child in our community, it obviously makes Maumee an even better place in which to live.  Mayor Carr, on behalf of Council and the residents of Maumee, presented both Isaac and Brian with the flag of the City of Maumee and thanked them both for making our community a little better this year.

 

Mr. BUEHRER moved to approve the minutes of the December 4, 2017 meeting and approve the Minutes Journal.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Council President requesting to fill the vacant Council position in conformity with the Process and Procedure was read.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to adopt the appointment process and procedure as written, and open the floor for nominations.

The Mayor then opened the floor for nominations to fill the vacant seat on Maumee City Council.

Mr. Boellner nominated Scott Noonan to fill the vacant position.

Mr. Pauken nominated Louis (Budd) Thomson to fill the vacant position.

Mrs. Elmore nominated Bill Laranga to fill the vacant position.

Mr. Kissinger nominated Gabe Barrow to fill the vacant position.

Mrs. ELMORE moved to close the nominations.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

 

The Mayor asked for a roll call of Council members declaring their vote for the vacancy.

Roll call:  Elmore (Laranga), Kissinger (Barrow), Pauken (Thomson), Wagener (Noonan), Boellner (Noonan), Buehrer (Laranga).

The Mayor stated that the vote is two (Laranga) and two (Noonan) and pursuant to the Procedure, Council would have another opportunity to vote at this time.

The Mayor declared that Council would re-vote for either Laranga or Noonan; the two lowest vote earners were eliminated per the Process and Procedure.

A second vote between Laranga and Noonan was made in an effort to secure a majority.

Roll call:  Elmore (Laranga), Kissinger (Noonan), Pauken (Noonan), Wagener (Noonan), Boellner (Noonan), Buehrer (Laranga).

The Mayor stated the vote was four (Noonan) to two (Laranga).

The Law Director administered the Oath of Office to Scott Noonan.

The Mayor welcomed Mr. Noonan as a member of Maumee City Council.

 

A letter from the Mayor requesting confirmation of his appointments and re-appointments to various boards and commissions was read.

Mr. WAGENER moved to confirm the appointments and re-appointments to various boards and commissions, as requested.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Mayor appointing Jeremy Chesser and Eric Thieman to the position of Paramedic was read.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to confirm the appointment of Jeremy Chesser to the position of Paramedic, Division of Fire, Department of Public Safety, effective January 8, 2018.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to confirm the appointment of Eric Thieman to the position of Paramedic, Division of Fire, Department of Public Safety, effective January 8, 2018.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

The Mayor requested Council designate its representatives on the Volunteer Firefighters’ Dependent Fund Board for 2018, as required by Section 146 of the Ohio Revised Code.

Mr. KISSINGER moved to nominate Tom Wagener, Jr. and Timothy Pauken to serve as Council’s representatives on the Volunteer Firefighters’ Dependent Fund Board for 2018.   Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Administrator requesting approval of the 2018 Maumee Indoor Theater Business Plan was read.  He stated that the plan includes the budget, programming mix, fee schedules and hours of operation and all items have been reviewed by the MIT Advisory Board.

Mr. BOELLNER moved to order emergency legislation approving the 2018 Maumee Indoor Theater Business Plan.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting approval of a Bank Depository agreement with Fifth Third Bank was read.  She stated that under the Ohio Pooled Collateral System (OPCS), the Ohio Treasurer’s Office will ensure that participating banks pledge sufficient collateral and that there is a security interest in such collateral.  She added that the OPCS will safeguard deposits of public funds, allow greater efficiency and seek to reduce costs for both participating public entities and banks.

Mr. NOONAN moved to order emergency legislation approving a Bank Depository agreement with Fifth Third Bank.   Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting approval of maintenance agreements for the Certichex 32 software and the folder / sealer machine was read.  She stated that the Certichex 32 system electronically signs the City payroll checks and submits an ACH file to the bank.  She added that the folder-sealer machine contract also needs to be renewed for 2018.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation approving an agreement with Automated Business Machines, Inc. in the amount of $416.00 relative to maintenance of the Certichex 32 Software.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation approving an agreement with Automated Business Machines, Inc. in the amount of $206.25 relative to folder / sealer machine maintenance.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Finance Director requesting authorization for a contract relative to an Emergency Services Insurance Program for the Fire Division was read.  She stated that the Fire Division carries Accidental and Health coverage for all Emergency Service personnel, which expires February 1, 2018.  She added that this 3-year plan is with Provident Life Insurance and that they specialize in supplemental, group accident and sickness programs for fire departments.  By pre-paying the 3-year premium, the City would save $678.00.

Mr. WAGENER moved to order emergency legislation authorizing a contract with Provident Life, through the Hylant Group, in the amount of $18,333 relative to a 3-year Emergency Services Insurance Program for the Fire Division personnel.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Service Director requesting approval of the final contract for the US-24/Monclova Safety Upgrade project was read.  He stated that this project will extend the left turn lane on eastbound US-24, install right turn lane on eastbound US-24 and southbound Monclova Road and provide for protected left turn movement for westbound US-24.  He added that the City will be placing $100,000 in escrow towards the cost of the improvements, bear 100% of the cost of any features requested that are not necessary for the project, as determined by the State and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), own and maintain all portions of the project under our jurisdiction and have the State be the lead agency to administer the construction phase of the project.

Mr. BUEHRER moved to order emergency legislation approving the final contract with ODOT relative to the US-24/Monclova Safety Upgrade project.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

A letter from the Commissioner of Public Service and the Service Director requesting that vehicles and certain miscellaneous equipment be declared surplus was read.  They stated that these items will be put up for auction on the GovDeals website.

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

 

President Buehrer stated that the Committee of the Whole met and heard a presentation by Sam Johnson on the Maumee Indoor Theater 2018 budget and business plan; reviewed items on the agenda including a request by Chief Loboschefski  to hire new Paramedics (Item C); explanation of procedure for filling the vacant Council seat (Item A); request by the Administrator regarding approval of the Maumee Indoor Theater 2018 budget; and then adjourned to Executive Session to discuss purchase and sale of real estate.

Mr. Pauken read the following report of the joint Finance / Safety committees:

 

SAFETY/FINANCE COMMITTEE

               A combined Safety and Finance Committee meeting was held on December 12, 2017 at 1:30pm to discuss the matter of APX6000 portable radios for the Police and Fire Divisions. Present for the meeting were Tim Pauken, Brent Buehrer, Tom Wagener and Tracey Elmore from the committee. Jim MacDonald, Brandon Loboschefski and Mike Potter from the Police and Fire Divisions respectively, and Amber Rathburn from Administration.

               At a previous Safety/Finance committee meeting to discuss the purchase of the APX portable radios, the request was withdrawn because of some bad or misinformation relative to the APX portable radio's capabilities. After discussions with Motorola and the Communications Board, both Chief MacDonald and Chief Loboschefski decided to revisit the purchase of the APX6000 portable radios. It was learned through those discussions, that the capabilities of the APX6000 radios were greatly exaggerated, and that level of technology won't be available for 5 or more years.

               Motorola offered another price break of at least 5% if the purchase could be made by the end of 2017. After that, there were no guarantees of any discounts. Including the State Term Prices and the State Fire Marshal MARCS Grant, the total discount  reached nearly 50% for the APX6000 radios with a 3 year service agreement and associated accessories. Since the portable radios have an average life expectancy of 10 years, and the current inventory is over 10 years old and parts for repairs becoming obsolete, it was decided to pursue the purchase. 

               The Fire Division has budgeted $350,000 or $70,000/ yr for budget years 2017 through 2021 for portable radios, for which there are 46 radios to replace. Mobile radios were also included in this budget. The Police Division has budgeted $150,000 or $30,000/yr for budget years 2017 through 2021 for portable radios, for which there are 35 radios to replace. A combined budget of $500,000 for portable radios. The total cost of the portable radios for both divisions is $314,392.38, with both divisions being within their budget over the 5 year period.

               There was a discussion as to what would happen with the old portables, and it was suggested that they be sold on GovDeals as we would likely receive more money as opposed to a trade in. They were only offered approximately $100 per radio as a trade in. The money received from GovDeals would then go into the A Fund for maintenance purposes.

               With no further discussion, Mr. Buehrer made a motion to earmark funds for the purchase of the APX portable radios, and for that to be reflected in the 2017 budget. All members present voting in favor. Meeting was adjourned at 1:58pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Timothy Pauken, Chair, Safety; Member Finance

Brent Buehrer, Member, Finance & Safety

Tracey Elmore, Member, Finance

Tom Wagener, Member Safety

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation authorizing purchase of radios, as requested.  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. Pauken read the following report from the Safety Committee meeting:

 

SAFETY COMMITTEE REPORT

 

               The Safety Committee met on December 12, 2017 at 2:00 pm to discuss the issue of traffic concerns on Saco St. Present were Tim Pauken, Brent Buehrer and Tom Wagener of the committee. Chief MacDonald, Howard Brebberman, Joe Camp and Amber Rathburn from administration, and Tracey Elmore from Council.

               I started the meeting by stating I had received an email regarding traffic concerns on Saco St. And shared from memory what the email said. I shared that I felt this issue was primarily a safety issue hence my referral to such, but inviting the Service Department as well to help brainstorm a solution. With that I opened up the meeting to Police Chief MacDonald and Joe Camp.

               Chief MacDonald stated that the new speed trailer provides data as to the number of vehicles passing the unit, and their speed as they approach. A survey was run in the Spring at this location for 3 days. In a 24 hour period, there was an average of 1434 cars passing this trailer. Of that, 6 cars were pulled over and drivers issued tickets. Another survey was run in November after receiving a complaint about speeding traffic, and the average number of cars passing this point was 1342 cars over a 24 hour period. 3 cars were pulled over, and drivers ticketed.

               Joe Camp then discussed speed bumps and stop signs as a possible solution to this problem. Where stop signs are concerned, this area does not meet the minimum requirements for a stop sign per Section 2B.07 of the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices ( OMUTCD). Where speed bumps are concerned, this creates other issues as they relate to emergency vehicle response times, increased vehicle maintenance, increased City liability, decrease in property values, increased noise by engine acceleration, making snow removal more difficult, increase in mid block speeds, creates different neighborhood traffic patterns, increase in emissions and requires additional unwanted signage. In addition to that, there are no standards by the Ohio Manual Uniform Traffic Control Devices for speed bumps.

               In open discussion, we talked about the absence of a School Zone, but the area in question is outside of the allowable footage per the State of Ohio. If we were to put one there, it would be unenforceable through the Courts. Joe Camp suggested a solar powered LED speed sign for this area. This sign would have the posted speed on it, and would also tell each vehicle approaching what their speed is. After much discussion, the committee felt this was a good alternative and asked Joe Camp to add that item to his budget for this year. In the meantime, he offered the use of the message board to be placed on the property of the complainant that would remind drivers what the speed limit is. Joe also indicated that the board has the technology to sense excess speeds of an approaching vehicle, thus changing the message to "You’re Going Too Fast!".  I stated that I would communicate that to the resident.

               A motion was made instructing Mr. Camp to add a solar powered LED speed sign to his budget for this year, for installation on Saco St. between Elco and Shelly Streets. All members of this committee were in favor. Meeting adjourned at 2:30 pm.

Respectfully submitted,                                                                                                                           

Tim Pauken, Chair

Brent Buehrer, Member

Tom Wagener, Member

 

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

 

Mr. Pauken read the following report from the Finance Committee meeting:

 

FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT

 

               A Finance Committee meeting was held on December 12, 2017 at 2:32 pm for the purpose of discussing compensation for Mayor and Council. Present for the meeting were Tim Pauken, Brent Buehrer and Tracey Elmore from the committee, Tom Wagener from Council and Amber Rathburn from Administration.

               Mr. Buehrer read into the record from the City of Maumee Charter (Article 3, Section 3)
dealing with compensation of Council "the salary of a member of Council shall be as established by ordinance of Council, which may determine and fix the salary of its members from time to time at its discretion, but no member of Council shall receive any increase or decrease in salary during the same elective or appointive term of office of that Council member in which such increase or decrease was enacted by Council." He also read from Article 4, Section 6 "if the established salary of the Mayor is to be changed or adjusted in respect to a succeeding term in office, such change or adjustment must be made by Council not later than February 1st of the last year of the elective term then being served by the Mayor."

               What brought this issue to the forefront, is that PERS (Public Employee Retirement System) has a minimum earnings requirement in place that determines retirement eligibility. To get a full year of service credit, you must meet the minimum earnings requirement. The current minimum earnings for a full year of retirement service credit, will increase to $660.00 per month in 2018, while the current Council compensation is at $592.25 per month. That gap grows every year.

               The other issue bringing this forward is the Mayor's position has not seen an increase in compensation in 15 years, and the Council and Council Presidents positions for 9 years. At that time, it was deemed in the best interest of the City, that the Mayor and Council forgo any increases due to the Recession.

               Further, Mr. Buehrer discussed the salary differences between Council, Council President and Mayor. It was proposed that instead of increasing the Council President and Mayors earnings based on the "percentage" of the Council increase, he suggested increasing those salaries by the monetary value of Council's increases, thus keeping the same margin of earnings between positions. A short discussion was had between the members present for clarification reasons.

               Mr. Pauken made a motion recommending to Council to annually compensate members of Council at the annual minimum amount required by PERS to allow for a full year of service credit for retirement purposes beginning January 1st, 2020. And to annually compensate the Council President and Mayor at the same monetary amount of Council's increase beginning January 1st, 2020.

               All members of the committee voting unanimously in favor. Meeting adjourned at 2:52pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Timothy Pauken, Chair

Brent Buehrer, Member

Tracey Elmore, Member

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order legislation determining salaries and compensation of the Mayor and members of Council.  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. Wagener read the following report from the Code Committee meeting:

 

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

CODE COMMITTEE REPORT

Tuesday, December 12, 2017, at 3:00 p.m.

 

               The Code Committee of the Maumee City Council met on December 12, 2017, at 3:00 p.m. in open session in the conference room adjacent to council chambers after proper notice given to the public.  Present at the Committee meeting were: Thomas Wagener Chair; and Brent Buehrer.  Also present were Tim Pauken and Tracey Elmore from Council and Bruce Wholf, Andy Glenn and Amber Rathburn from the Administration.

               The purpose of the meeting was to expedite the process of the Design Review Board to allow the Administration to approve residential applications without having to appear to the full Design Review Board.

               Bruce Wholf and Andy Glenn both spoke briefly about the changes proposed.

               The Committee unanimously agreed to send these proposed changes to City Council for legislation to add these amendments (Code text 1105.03) to the Design Review Board (see attached).

Respectfully submitted,
Thomas Wagener, Jr., Chair
Brent Buehrer, Member
Dave Kissinger, Member (absent)

Mr. WAGENER moved to order emergency legislation approving amendments to the Code.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

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

 

Mr. Pauken read the following report from the Joint Finance and Water and Sewer committees:

 

Finance/Water and Sewer Committee Report

 

               A joint Finance and Water & Sewer committee meeting was held on December 14th, 2017 at 4:00pm to discuss the matter of Rates and Fees for the City of Maumee. Present were Tim Pauken, John Boellner, David Kissinger, Brent Buehrer and Tracey Elmore from the committee's. Debra Cartledge, Amber Rathburn, Joe Camp, Beth Tischler, Brandon Loboschefski and Bruce Wholf from Administration.

 

               Discussion was had relative to the increase in fees as they relate to the Building Inspection Department. The fees were slightly modified to reflect the fee structure of the surrounding communities as these rates have not been increased since 2006. Building inspection services are provided to Maumee, Whitehouse and Holland.

               The next rate increased discussed was ambulance services. These rates were raised $14 to the new rate of $577.00, and the mileage for transportation of patients to hospitals other than St. Luke's hospital, was raised .40 a mile to the new rate of $13.20 per mile. Rate increases were also discussed regarding BCI/FBI records checks, and rental fees for the Maumee Indoor Theatre.

               The bulk of the time was spent discussing the new water and sewer rates. Because of anticipated capital expenditures to be made in both water and sewer, it is projected that the Water and Sewer fund balances would be reduced by more than half in 2018.   Maumee has only increased water rates to pass along the City of Toledo rate increases.   The Maumee rate segment has not raised its water consumption rates to residents since 2010, therefore there is a need to raise rates to avoid a deficit in the following years. It was proposed to raise both the Water and Sewer rates by 6% each in 2018 to keep up with the costs of operating both divisions. The new rates will increase the minimum quarterly billing by $10.70 a quarter.

               It was discussed that when Maumee is out of its current contract with the City of Toledo in 2027, the rates will increase significantly. So Maumee should prepare for that eventuality by making our Water and Sewer funds sound incrementally over the next several years.

               Mr. Boellner made a motion to amend the rates and fees as presented. All members present voting in favor. Meeting was adjourned at 5:01pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Timothy Pauken, Chair (Finance)

Brent Buehrer, Member (Finance)

Tracey Elmore, Member (Finance, Water & Sewer)

John Boellner, Chair (Water & Sewer)

David Kissinger, Member (Water & Sewer)

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to order emergency legislation amending the Schedule of Rates and Fees.  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. Michael Coyle, 208 E. Dudley, spoke in support of Monnette’s Market and the continued development of the 200 block of Conant Street.

 

Mr. Bill Anderson spoke in support of Monnette’s Market stating that obtaining that business in downtown Maumee would be a game changer, not only to the businesses but also to the residents of the City of Maumee and adjoining towns.  He stated that he felt this was an ideal use of the property.

 

The Law Director stated that the City’s website has been updated with regard to ADA compliance.

 

The Service Director reminded everyone that Wayne Street is closed from Ford Street to the metroparks entrance for approximately five days.

 

Legislation was considered at this time.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 234 --  2017                                       APPROVING 2018 ANNUAL BUSINESS PLAN FOR THE MAUMEE INDOOR THEATER OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, 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.                 235 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MAUMEE AND FIFTH THIRD BANK RELATIVE TO DEPOSIT OF PUBLIC FUNDS FOR THE CITY OF MAUMEE, 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.                 236 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING AGREEMENT WITH AUTOMATED BUSINESS MACHINES, INC., RELATIVE TO MAINTENANCE OF CERTICHEX 32 SOFTWARE 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.                 237 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING AGREEMENT WITH AUTOMATED BUSINESS MACHINES, INC., RELATIVE TO MAINTENANCE OF A FOLDER-SEALER MACHINE IN THE CITY OF MAUMEE, 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.                 238 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING AGREEMENT FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES INSURANCE PROGRAM FOR VOLUNTER FIREFIGHTERS 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.

 

RESOLUTION NO.                239 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND MUNICIPAL CLERK TO APPROVE THE FINAL AGREEMENT RELATIVE TO THE US-24/MONCLOVA ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, EXECUTE FINAL LEGISLATION, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

The Clerk read the Resolution by title only.

Mr. NOONAN moved the resolution 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 resolution 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 Resolution was passed.


ORDINANCE NO.                 240 --  2017                                       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.                 241 --  2017                                       AUTHORIZING PURCHASE OF PORTABLE RADIOS FOR THE DIVISIONS OF POLICE AND 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.                 242 --  2017                                       DETERMINING SALARIES AND COMPENSATION OF MAYOR, PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL AND MEMBERS OF COUNCIL, AND REPEALING CERTAIN ORDINANCES.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

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.                 243 --  2017                                       AMENDING THE MAUMEE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATIVE TO DESIGN REVIEW BOARD AND REPEALING CERTAIN SECTIONS, 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.                 244 --  2017                                       AMENDING SCHEDULE OF RATES AND FEES IN THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO; REPEALING CERTAIN ORDINANCE, 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.                 245 --  2017                                       APPROPRIATING AND TRANSFERRING FUNDS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

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

So the Ordinance was passed.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved to adjourn at 8:40 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. Thursday, December 28, 2017.  Motion carried v.v.

 

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3:00 p.m. Thursday, December 28, 2017 – Special Meeting

MAUMEE CITY COUNCIL

Special Council Meeting

December 28, 2017 - Minutes

3:00 p.m.

 

The Council of the City of Maumee, Ohio, met in special session in Council Chambers at the above time and 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.

 

The Mayor stated that the purpose of the Special Meeting was to approve the final 2017 appropriations and a temporary 2018 operating budget.

Mr. WAGENER moved to order legislation approving the 2017 Final Appropriations.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

Mr. WAGENER moved to order legislation approving the 2018 Temporary Appropriations.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.

 

Legislation was considered at this time.

 

ORDINANCE NO.                 246 – 2017                                        AMENDING ORDINANCE 044-2017 AS AMENDED RELATIVE TO 2017 APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT EXPENSES AND OTHER EXPENDITURES.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

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.                 247  – 2017                                       APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR CURRENT EXPENSES OF THE CITY OF MAUMEE, OHIO, FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF FISCAL YEAR 2018.

The Clerk read the Ordinance by title only.

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.

 

Mr. PAUKEN moved at 3:06 p.m. to adjourn until 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 2, 2018.  Roll call:  All members present voting yea, the Chair declared the motion carried.