Paulding Village Council met in Regular Session on July 2, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at the Municipal Building.  Mayor Greg Reinhart called the meeting to order.

 

Finance Director Annette Hasch called roll with the following members present: Randy Daeger, Greg White, Barb Rife, David Burtch, Tim Boss and Dan Workman.  Solicitor Harvey Hyman was also present.

 

Dave Burtch motioned to approve the minutes of the June 18th Council meeting, seconded by Dan Workman. Vote: all yea.

 

Karen Sunday asked about the ground restoration of Helen Street.  She also asked when the street department would be starting on Nancy Street.  Mayor Greg Reinhart explained that there have been some other priorities that needed attention.  Karen also asked about the Garfield Culvert.  She was told that we are going to apply for fund through Ohio Public Works Commission.

 

Harold Hasch Jr. asked when the waterline extension will be done near his house on Countryview Drive.  Finance Director, Annette Hasch told him that contractors have tentatively scheduled the project for July 16th.

 

Tim Boss reported on the Safety Committee held on June 26th.  It was an informational meeting.  The purchase of two new radars for the Police Department was discussed.  Also, they talked about the purchase of a new taser for the new School Resource Officer.  There was also discussion about John Paulding Days and possible swimming pool repairs.

 

Randy Daeger reported on the Utility Committee held on June 27th with EMA Director Ed Bohn and County Commissioner Tony Zartman.   The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the water usage at the new First Responder’s Training Facility.  The Village had requested that the facility install a water meter.  The cost of the meter would have been approximately $4,000 for a 4” meter.  EMA Director, Ed Bohn reiterated many times that each training session would likely use less than 1,000 gallons.  This would be for extinguishing small fires in training.  After much discussion an agreement was reached.  The Training Facility will pay an annual fee of $400.  There would be no metering of the water.  This agreement is for all of the fire departments in Paulding County.  All departments outside of Paulding County will pay a fee of $30 per truck for use of water.  Commissioner Tony Zartman stated that is this agreement is not accepted it would probably end up in court.  Dan Workman motioned to approve the Utility Committee report, seconded by David Burtch.  Vote:  Dan Workman, yea; David Burtch, yea; Randy Daeger, no; Greg White, yea; Barb Rife, no; Tim Boss, yea.

 

Greg White reported on the Street Committee meeting held on June 20th.  The speed limits on Road 144 and Emerald Road were discussed.  The proposed speed limit change on Gasser Road is to increase from 35 to 45 west of the Countryside Estates Subdivision to the west corporation limits.  The other proposed speed limit change is to increase from 25 to 35 on Emerald Road from Jackson Street to Dooley Drive.  The Solicitor will be drafting up the Ordinance.

 

There was a Buildings & Grounds Committee meeting on June 27th.  It was discussed to extend the Farm Lease at the Sewer Lagoons for an additional one year to Clint Vance.  Greg White motioned to approve the one-year farm lease extension to Clint Vance, seconded by David Burtch.  Vote:  all yea.

 

David Burtch met with a glass company regarding the Cemetery Mausoleum windows.  They will be sending us a quote.

 

Resolution No. 1332-18 re: A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Apply for, Accept and Enter into a Water Pollution Control Fund Agreement on Behalf of the Village of Paulding for Planning, Design and/or Construction of Wastewater Facilities; and Designating a Repayment Source for the Loan and Declaring An Emergency was read for the first time.  Greg White motioned to suspend the rules and declare an emergency, seconded by David Burtch. Vote: all yea.  Greg White motioned to approve the legislation, seconded by Randy Daeger. Vote: all yea.

 

Ordinance No. 1550-18 re:  An Ordinance Establishing a Water Capital Debt Reserve Fund for the Village of Paulding, Paulding County, Ohio was read for the first time.

 

Ordinance No. 1551-18 re:  An Ordinance Establishing a Water Capital Short-Lived Reserve Asset Fund for the Village of Paulding, Paulding County, Ohio was read for the first time.

           

Ordinance No. 1549-18 re:  An Ordinance Regulating Parking within the Village Limits of Paulding, Ohio and Repealing Ordinance No. 1518-16 in its Entirety was read for the third time.  Dan Workman motioned to approve the legislation, seconded by Randy Daeger.  Vote: all.

 

Finance Director Annette Hasch asked for the authorization for the Mayor to sign the Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) Project Grant/Loan Agreement for the Sewer Separation Phase III Project.  Greg White motioned to authorize the Mayor to sign the OPWC Project Grant/Loan Agreement for Phase #3 Sewer Separation Project, seconded by David Burtch. Vote: all yea.

 

Mayor Greg Reinhart reported that the June 2018 Police Activity is in the Council Packet. 

 

Mayor Greg Reinhart relayed that the parking ticket fines collected for June 2018 was $50.00.  Mayor’s Court collected $774.15 for the month of June 2018.

 

 

Mayor, Greg Reinhart asked for the approval to assess the water & sewer for the following property

·        802 W Jackson Street $ 302.55

 

Greg White motioned to approve the water & sewer assessment, seconded by
Barb Rife.  Vote:  all yea.

 

 

            Mayor, Greg Reinhart appointed Greg White to the Paulding County Land Bank.

 

            Mayor, Greg Reinhart appointed David Burtch, Randy Crawford, Tim Boss, Randy Daeger, Greg White, and Annette Hasch to the Community Improvement Corporation of Paulding Board.

 

            Solicitor, Harvey Hyman said he has drafted a new Golf Cart Ordinance for the next Council Meeting along with the speed limit change Ordinance.

 

            David Burtch wanted to establish a rain date for John Paulding fireworks for Sunday, July 15th.

           

Randy Daeger motioned to pay the bills, seconded by Tim Boss.  Vote: all yea.

 

Randy Daeger motioned for Council to move into Executive Session to consider the employment of a public official, seconded by Dan Workman. Vote: all yea.

 

Randy Daeger motioned for Council to move into Regular Session, seconded by Greg White.  Vote:  all yea.

 

             The following meetings were scheduled:

 

·        Street Committee meeting—Thursday, July 12, 2018 @ 5:00 p.m.

·        Finance Committee meeting—Thursday, July 12, 2018 immediately after Street Committee meeting

 

 

Randy Daeger motioned to adjourn, seconded by Greg White. Vote: all yea.

 

 

 

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Finance Director                                                           Mayor