June 2019 Meeting Minutes

REGULAR MEETING

COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP

June 17, 2019

THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP COUNCIL WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 5:30 P.M. BY MAYOR RAY DELONG.  COUNCIL PERSONS PRESENT: KENNETH REINHART, DEAN RISTER, MIKE ROHRS, KEITH WEST, RUDIE REEB, AND JAN REEB.

 

ALSO IN ATTENDANCE: SOLICITOR MELANIE FARR, ADMINISTRATOR SARA KEERAN, EMS CLERK ASHLEY MCDOUGAL, AND FISCAL OFFICER AIMEE LICHTY.  MEDIA PRESENT: PETER GREER – CRESCENT NEWS. VISITORS PRESENT: STACIE PETERS AND DAVE NICE.  FIRE CHIEF RAY FRIEND ALSO PRESENT.

 

MINUTES FROM THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD MAY 20, 2019, WERE REVIEWED.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY ROHRS, SECONDED BY WEST, TO ACCEPT THE MINUTES FROM THE MAY 20, 2019, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

THE MAY DISBURSEMENTS WERE REVIEWED.  DISCUSSION ON EXPENSES.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY ROHRS, SECONDED BY REINHART, TO APPROVE THE MAY RECONCILIATION REPORT.  6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

VISITORS

STACIE PETERS AND DAVE NICE PRESENT TO OBSERVE.

 

FIRE CHIEF RAY FRIEND TENDERED HIS RESIGNATION EFFECTIVE JUNE 30, 2019.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY WEST, SECONDED BY JAN REEB, TO ACCEPT RESIGNATION OF RAY FRIEND AS FIRE CHIEF EFFECTIVE JUNE 30, 2019.  6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

MAYOR DELONG AND COUNCIL PRESENTED CHIEF FRIEND WITH A CERTIFICATE OF CONGRATULATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE VILLAGE.  RAY FRIEND WAS A FIREFIGHTER FOR THE VILLAGE FOR 53 YEARS AND THE FIRE CHIEF FOR 32 YEARS.

 

POLICE REPORT

POLICE CHIEF CLEMENS PROVIDED A WRITTEN REPORT SHOWING 152 CALLS FOR SERVICE FOR THE MONTH OF MAY WITH 78 OFFENSES.

 

EMS REPORT

EMS CLERK ASHLEY MCDOUGAL PROVIDED A WRITTEN REPORT SHOWING COLLECTIONS OF $7,176.96 FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, WITH A YEAR-TO-DATE TOTAL COLLECTED OF $29,898.52.  THERE WERE 18 EMS RUNS FOR MAY. MCDOUGAL REPORTED THAT SHE STILL HAS OUTSTANDING RUNS FOR WHICH SHE HAS NOT RECEIVED COMPLETED REPORTS TO SUBMIT FOR PAYMENT: ONE FOR DECEMBER, FOUR FOR JANUARY, EIGHT FOR MARCH, NUMBERING IS OFF FOR APRIL REPORTS BUT STILL MISSING SOME REPORTS FOR APRIL, AND SHE HAS NOT RECEIVED MAY REPORTS YET.

 

FISCAL OFFICER’S REPORT

SECOND READING OF RESOLUTION NO. 2019-06: A RESOLUTION TO PROCEED WITH SUBMISSION OF THE QUESTION OF LEVYING A TAX THAT IS A RENEWAL OF AN EXISTING LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE TEN-MILL LIMITATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF CURRENT EXPENSES, INCLUDING STREET LIGHTING EXPENSES (R.C. §§ 5705.03, 5705.19(A), 5705.191, 5705.192, and 5705.25)

 

SECOND READING OF RESOLUTION NO. 2019-07: A RESOLUTION TO PROCEED WITH SUBMISSION OF THE QUESTION OF LEVYING A TAX THAT IS A RENEWAL OF AN EXISTING LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE TEN-MILL LIMITATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING AND MAINTAINING FIRE APPARATUS, APPLIANCES, AND EQUIPMENT INCLUDING PUMPER/TANKER FIRE ENGINE AND FIRE GEAR FOR FIREFIGHTING PERSONNEL (R.C. §§ 5705.03, 5705.19(I), 5705.191, 5705.192, and 5705.25)

 

 

EMERGENCY READING OF RESOLUTION NO. 2019-08: A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE LOWEST AND BEST BID FOR THE ANTWERP 2019 OPWC WATERLINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT, AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH THE LOWEST AND BEST BIDDER, AND DECLARING THE SAME AN EMERGENCY

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY JAN REEB, SECONDED BY WEST, TO SUSPEND THE RULES REGARDING RESOLUTION NO. 2019-08. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY RISTER, SECONDED BY REINHART, TO ACCEPT RESOLUTION NO. 2019-08. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

EMERGENCY READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 2019-08: AN ORDINANCE TO RETAIN THE SERVICES OF MELANIE L. FARR AS SOLICITOR FOR THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP, PAULDING COUNTY, OHIO, AND DECLARING THE SAME AN EMERGENCY

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY ROHRS, SECONDED BY RISTER, TO SUSPEND THE RULES REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 2019-08. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY RUDIE REEB, SECONDED BY WEST, TO ACCEPT ORDINANCE NO. 2019-08. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

EMERGENCY READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 2019-09: AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTION 4 OF ORDINANCE NO. 2018-17 INCREASING WATER RATES FOR THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP, COUNTY OF PAULDING, OHIO, SECTION 4 SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSING THE SALE OF TREATED BULK WATER, AND DECLARING THE SAME AN EMERGENCY

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY WEST, SECONDED BY RISTER, TO SUSPEND THE RULES REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 2019-09. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY RUDIE REEB, SECONDED BY ROHRS, TO ACCEPT ORDINANCE NO. 2019-09. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

EMERGENCY READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 2019-10: AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE FISCAL OFFICER TO TRANSFER $35,000.00 FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE WATER FUND, AND DECLARING THE SAME AN EMERGENCY

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY JAN REEB, SECONDED BY WEST, TO SUSPEND THE RULES REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 2019-10. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY WEST, SECONDED BY RUDIE REEB, TO ACCEPT ORDINANCE NO. 2019-10. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

FISCAL OFFICER LICHTY GAVE FLYER TO COUNCIL “HONORING” THE PARTICIPATION OF ARCHER SPRING ATHLETES AT STATE WITH SEPARATE PAGES TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE WEST BEND NEWS.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY WEST, SECONDED BY REINHART, TO AUTHORIZE THE PUBLICATION OF THE VILLAGE’S CONGRATULATIONS TO ARCHER BASEBALL, SOFTBALL AND HEATHER OBERLIN FOR TRACK AND FIELD ON STATE PARTICIPATION IN THE WEST-BEND NEWS. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

RITA REPORT REVIEWED.  THERE WAS $28,649.09 COLLECTED IN JUNE WITH A DECREASE OVER JUNE OF LAST YEAR OF $7,348.38 AND AN INCREASE YEAR-TO-DATE COMPARED TO LAST YEAR OF $12,496.31.

 

ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT

PARK BOARD MET TO DISCUSS PROBLEMS WITH JUVENILES AT PARK:

THE VILLAGE PARK BOARD MET TO REVIEW EXISTING PARK RULES AND TO DISCUSS WITH POLICE CHIEF CLEMENS AND THE ADMINISTRATOR THE PROBLEMS THE PARK IS EXPERIENCING WITH JUVENILES, WHICH PROBLEMS HAVE RESULTED IN THE JUVENILES BEING BANNED FROM THE PARK WITHOUT A PARENT AND SEVERAL CHARGED IN JUVENILE COURT.  PROBLEMS INCLUDE STANDING ON PICNIC TABLES, NAME CALLING AND YELLING AT PASSING TRAFFIC, THROWING ROCKS AT EACH OTHER, ETC.  THE BOARD REVIEWED THE EXISTING PARK RULES AND RECOMMEND CHANGES TO THE RULES TO RAISE THE AGE JUVENILES CAN BE IN THE PARK WITHOUT ADULT SUPERVISION FROM 6 YEARS OLD TO 12 YEARS OLD, PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT IS TO BE USED BY CHILDREN ONLY (age 13 or under), NO VULGAR OR PROFANE LANGUAGE, NO STANDING ON PICNIC TABLES AND PUNISHMENT FOR VIOLATIONS WILL BE OUTLINED IN AN AMENDED ORDINANCE.  THOSE PUNISHMENTS ARE RECOMMENDED TO BE:  1ST VIOLATION 30 DAYS BANNED FROM THE PARK; 2ND VIOLATION CITED TO EITHER JUVENILE COURT OR MAYOR’S COURT, AND 3rd VIOLATION BANNED FROM THE PARK UNTIL AGE 18.  DISCUSSION ON 3RD OFFENSE SINCE A VIOLATOR MAY ALREADY BE 18 OR OLDER.

 

RIVERSIDE PARK DRAINAGE BIDS TAKEN:

BIDS FOR THE DRAINAGE PROJECT AT RIVERSIDE PARK WERE OPENED ON MAY 21, 2019, WITH THE LOWEST AND BEST BID RECEIVED FROM B’HILLZ EXCAVATING OF WAYNE, OHIO OF $24,590.00.  TWO OTHER BIDS WERE RECEIVED: VERNON NAGEL, INC. IN AN AMOUNT OF $30,900.00 AND ALL PURPOSE CONTRACTING, INC. OF $31,130.00.  AS THIS PROJECT IS FUNDED IN PART BY PAULDING COUNTY’S CDBG PROGRAM, THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AWARDED THE BID TO B’HILLZ ON JUNE 3, 2019.  AS STATED BEFORE, DUE TO THE WET SPRING, THIS PROJECT WILL GO FORWARD IN AUGUST AFTER DAY IN THE PARK.

 

S. MAIN STREET/E. CANAL STREET WATERLINE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT:

BIDS FOR THIS WATERLINE PROJECT WERE OPENED ON JUNE 4, 2019, WITH TWO BIDS BEING RECEIVED.  THE LOWEST AND BEST BID WAS RECEIVED FROM BRYAN EXCAVATING, INC. OF BRYAN, OHIO IN AN AMOUNT OF $251,774.00.  ENGINEER’S ESTIMATE ON THE PROJECT WAS $252,200.00, SO THIS PROJECT CAME IN UNDER THE ESTIMATE AND IS RECOMMENDED BY POGGEMEYER TO BE AWARDED TO BRYAN EXCAVATING, INC.  THE SECOND BID OF $290,716.00 WAS RECEIVED FROM VERNON NAGEL, INC. OF NAPOLEON, OHIO.  AN ORDINANCE AWARDING THIS BID, CONTINGENT ON THE RECEIPT OF THE GRANT/LOAN AGREEMENT FROM OPWC AFTER JULY 1, 2019, WAS PRESENTED AT TONIGHT’S MEETING (SEE ABOVE).

 

HARVEST FARM MANAGEMENT PUBLIC HEARING ON PLACEMENT OF WENTWORTH ROAD FARM INTO AN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT HELD:

ON TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 2019, A PUBLIC HEARING WAS HELD TO TAKE COMMENT ON THE PLACEMENT OF 32.508 ACRES LOCATED AT 203 WENTWORTH ROAD, ANTWERP, OHIO INTO AN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT.  NO ADVERSE COMMENTS WERE RECEIVED AT THE PUBLIC HEARING OR TO THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR’S OFFICE BEFORE THE HEARING.  MINUTES FROM THE PUBLIC HEARING WERE PROVIDED TO COUNCIL.  COUNCIL WILL NEED TO APPROVE, AMEND OR DENY THIS APPLICATION.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY WEST, SECONDED BY REINHART, TO APPROVE THE APPLICATION FOR PLACEMENT OF FARMLAND IN AN AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT FILED ON BEHALF OF THE ROBERT AND SALLY SKILLEN REVOCABLE JOINT TRUST AND CAROLYN R. LANGDON REVOCABLE TRUST. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS. MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

ORDINANCE AMENDING BULK WATER SALES:

AN ORDINANCE WAS PRESENTED AT TONIGHT’S MEETING (SEE ABOVE) THAT ELIMINATES THE SALE OF FILTERED BULK WATER TO THE PUBLIC.  WATER HAULERS THAT HAVE PURCHASED BULK FILTERED WATER WERE CONTACTED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR TO INFORM THEM THAT THE VILLAGE WOULD NO LONGER SELL TREATED BULK WATER DUE TO THE HIGH COST ASSOCIATED IN CONTINUING THIS PRACTICE.

 

SHAFFER ROAD SLIPPAGE:

ROAD SLIPPAGE ON SHAFFER ROAD WAS EXAMINED WITH THE COUNTY ENGINEER TRAVIS MCGARVEY ON MONDAY, JUNE 10, 2019.  THE WEST SIDE OF THE ROAD ALONG THE RIVER BANK HAS BEEN SINKING OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS AND THE GUARD RAIL AND ASPHALT HAVE MOVED CONSIDERABLY THIS SPRING DUE TO CONSTANT RAIN.  THE ROAD IS ALL IN THE CORPORATION LIMIT OF THE VILLAGE AND WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE VILLAGE TO REPAIR.  THE COUNTY ENGINEER WAS ASKED FOR ADVICE AS THEY SEE ALL TYPES OF ROAD DAMAGE AND THE SUGGESTION BY THE COUNTY ENGINEER WAS TO REMOVE THE GUARD RAIL IN THE AREA THAT IS SLIPPING, LEAVE THE TREES THAT ARE GROWING ON THE RIVER BANK TO HELP PREVENT FURTHER SLIPPAGE AND DIG OUT THE SUNKEN PORTION OF THE ROAD.  FURTHER COMPACTION OF ANY FILL SHOULD BE INITIATED AND THEN ASPHALT COULD BE APPLIED ON THE WEST LANE.  NEW GUARD RAIL SHOULD BE MOVED CLOSER TO THE ROAD AS THE FINAL STEP.  AN ORANGE BARREL WILL BE PLACED IN THE ROAD DIP AS A PRE-CAUTION.  COUNCIL ASKED ADMINISTRATOR KEERAN TO CONTACT ARMY CORP OF ENGINEERS TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY FEDERAL FUNDING AVAILABLE OR HELP THEY CAN OFFER TO FIX THIS.  KEERAN STATED SHE WOULD TALK TO THE COUNTY ENGINEER TO SEE IF THERE IS ANY OTHER MONEY AVAILABLE.  ESTIMATES FROM PENDERGRAST FARM DRAINAGE FOR REMOVAL AND NEW FILL AND THE COUNTY ENGINEER FOR GUARD RAIL REPLACEMENT WILL BE GATHERED.  THE TREES ALONG SHAFFER ROAD THAT ARE NOW SCRAPING THE TOPS OF CARS AND TRUCKS WILL BE TRIMMED BEGINNING NEXT WEEK IF THE WEATHER ALLOWS.

 

COUNCIL MEMBER ROHRS ASKED ABOUT STATUS ON PROPERTY AT 301 E WOODCOX.  THE PROPERTY DID NOT SELL AT SHERIFF’S SALE.  ROHRS ASKED IF THE VILLAGE WILL BE ABLE TO BILL THE STATE OF OHIO FOR MOWING EXPENSES IF THE LAND IS FORFEITED TO THE STATE.  IF NOT, HE ASKED IF THE VILLAGE SHOULD CONSIDER REQUESTING OWNERSHIP OF THE PROPERTY SINCE THE VILLAGE HAS TO MAINTAIN IT.  POTENTIAL IDEAS FOR THE USE OF THE PROPERTY WERE TURNING IT INTO PARKING FOR THE PARK.  ADMINISTRATOR KEERAN WILL CONTACT CLERK OF COURTS ABOUT NEXT STEPS SO COUNCIL CAN CONSIDER WHETHER VILLAGE WANTS TO PURSUE TITLE TO THE PROPERTY.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

FINANCE COMMITTEE MET MAY 29TH TO DISCUSS VILLAGE EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS TO COUNCIL THAT THE HEALTH INSURANCE OFFERED TO CURRENT EMPLOYEES (THAT IS, THE EMPLOYEE IS PROVIDED HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE EMPLOYEE, SPOUSE, AND DEPENDENTS AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE EMPLOYEE) REMAIN AS IS AND ANY NEW EMPLOYEES HIRED ON OR AFTER JANUARY 1, 2020, THE EMPLOYEE WILL BE OFFERED THE SAME HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE WITH NO COST TO THE EMPLOYEE FOR EMPLOYEE ONLY COVERAGE BUT THE EMPLOYEE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE TO PAY AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 10% OF THE PREMIUM FOR SPOUSE AND DEPENDENT HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE.  THERE WAS NO CHANGE RECOMMENDED ON VISION INSURANCE.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY REINHART, SECONDED BY WEST, TO ACCEPT THE RECOMMENDATION OF FINANCE COMMITTEE TO CONTINUE TO OFFER HEALTH INSURANCE TO FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES AT NO COST AND ANY NEW HIRES AS OF JANUARY 1, 2020, OR LATER WILL BE OFFERED THE SAME HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE AND IF THE EMPLOYEE ELECTS TO HAVE SPOUSE AND/OR DEPENDENT HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE, THE EMPLOYEE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE TO PAY AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO 10% OF THE PREMIUM FOR SUCH COVERAGE. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS. MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.  THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE WILL MEET TO REVIEW ANY NECESSARY AMENDMENTS TO THE PERSONNEL MANUAL.

 

COUNCIL MEMBER REINHART ASKED STATUS OF PROPERTIES HAVING JUNK ISSUES.  ALL PROPERTIES HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED AND TIME TO RESPOND IS BEING MONITORED.  IF PROPERTIES ARE NOT TAKEN CARE OF BY DEADLINE, NEXT STEPS WILL BE PURSUED.

 

COUNCIL DISCUSSED CAMERAS LOCATED AT DEPOT AND PARK WHICH WILL HELP IN THE EVENT SOMETHING HAPPENS AT THOSE LOCATIONS.  THESE CAMERAS ARE WORKING AND HAVE HELPED THE POLICE WITH INVESTIGATIONS.

 

COUNCIL MEMBER WEST INFORMED COUNCIL THAT SPRAYING WEEDS AT THE PARK WILL BE DONE IN THE NEAR FUTURE.  HE ALSO NOTIFIED COUNCIL OF A FACEBOOK ISSUE.  MAYOR DELONG TOLD COUNCIL THAT THE ISSUE HAD ALREADY BEEN ADDRESSED.

 

MAYOR’S REPORT

MAYOR’S COURT BROUGHT IN A TOTAL OF $7,200.00 IN THE MONTH OF MAY WITH $5,455.00 GOING TO THE VILLAGE, $1,679.00 GOING TO THE STATE, AND $66.00 GOING TO THE INDIGENT DRIVER’S FUND.

 

MAYOR RECOMMENDED TO COUNCIL THE APPOINTMENT OF ROBERT ADDIS AS FIRE CHIEF AND RICHARD PAUL FRUIT AS ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2019.  ROBERT ADDIS HAS BEEN WITH THE FIRE DEPARTMENT FOR 34 YEARS, WHILE RICHARD FRUIT HAS BEEN WITH THE FIRE DEPARTMENT FOR 12 YEARS.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY WEST, SECONDED BY ROHRS, TO ACCEPT THE RECOMMENDATION OF MAYOR DELONG TO APPROVE THE APPOINTMENT OF ROBERT ADDIS AS FIRE CHIEF AND RICHARD PAUL FRUIT AS ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2019. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS. MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

MAYOR ALSO INFORMED COUNCIL IT CAME TO HIS ATTENTION THAT THERE IS A LOCAL RESIDENT THAT IS INTERESTED IN THE OLD BUS GARAGE IF THE VILLAGE DECIDES TO SELL IT.  ADMINISTRATOR KEERAN WOULD LIKE TO KEEP THE BUS GARAGE AS STORAGE.  REINHART ASKED WHY THE VILLAGE WOULD WANT TO SELL IT AND KEERAN STATED THAT IT NEEDS A LOT OF REPAIRS AND THE METAL ROOF IS LEAKING AND ELECTRICAL IS IN BAD SHAPE.  KEERAN ALSO STATED THAT THE VILLAGE WOULD HAVE TO SELL BY SEALED BID AND ADVERTISE IT FOR 5 WEEKS.  COUNCILMAN ROHRS ASKED KEERAN TO LOOK INTO SEEING IF THE VILLAGE CAN STORE SOME OF THE ITEMS SOMEWHERE ELSE.  ADMINISTRATOR KEERAN WILL MOVE FORWARD WITH HAVING THE LOCATION APPRAISED AS WELL.

 

MAYOR DELONG AND COUNCIL WOULD LIKE TO GO ON RECORD RECOGNIZING ARCHER BASEBALL, SOFTBALL, AND TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETES FOR THEIR STATE PARTICIPATION AND HOW PROUD WE ARE AS A COMMUNITY OF THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS.

 

NEW BUSINESS

  •   MOTION MADE BY JAN REEB, SECONDED BY ROHRS, TO ENTER INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS PERSONNEL, SPECIFICALLY TO DISCUSS STATUS OF DISCIPLINE OF A MEMBER OF THE EMS DEPARTMENT. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.  ENTER EXECUTIVE SESSION AT 6:46 P.M.

 

BACK ON THE RECORD AT 7:04 p.m.  NO ACTION TAKEN IN EXECUTIVE SESSION.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY REINHART, SECONDED BY WEST, TO ADJOURN THE MEETING. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.  MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:05 P.M.

 

 

 

MAYOR_________________________________________

 

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