Trustee Meeting 10/19/2016

The regularly scheduled meeting of Newbury Township Trustees was called to order by Glen Quigley at 7:00 p.m., October 19, 2016, with Glen Quigley, Jan Blair and Bill Skomrock, Jr. present. All joined in the pledge of allegiance.

Ms. Hrabak indicated that one application for solar panels was denied do to no zoning on solar panels. Zoning is working on a solar section for the code.

Ms. Blair discussed a quote from Pearl Lighting for converting the lighting in the town hall to LED. The quote was $3915.04 saving the township approximately $418 per year and receiving $75-100 per year for 4 years as a rebate. Motion to accept the quote was made by Mr. Skomrock 2nd by Ms. Blair and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

Ms. Blair discussed a carpeting quote from Burton Carpet for the main meeting room in the amount of $2207.13. Motion to accept the quote was made by Mr. Skomrock, 2nd by Ms. Blair and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

Ms. Blair discussed painting the interior of the building, a quote was obtained from Inspire in the amount of $4250.00 if painting is done in the zoning office the cost will be approximately 4850.00. Motion to accept the quote was made by Mr. Skomrock, 2nd by Ms. Blair and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

Ms. Blair discussed new chairs for the conference table in the main meeting room. Motion to approve purchase of chairs in the amount of $500 was made by Mr. Skomrock 2nd by Ms. Blair and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

Mr. Zimperman reported for the road department that the sign post is in for the Fullertown sign. Music, Rockhaven and Stone road were stripped this week. They had the utility cutter on demo, it worked well and is used to cut asphalt and concrete to a depth of 24”. They will decide if they should buy or rent this equipment in the future. The road department repaired some signs that had been knocked down. They will be repairing the ropes on the flag poles. The road department sold approximately 6 items on Gov Deals. They will be posting a plow truck and rolle to Gov Deals soon. Mr. Colini has reached his 90 days and his pay will be adjusted by $1.00 per the hiring agreement.

Mr. Fagan reported for the fire department, they are working on replacing the concrete in front of the fire department. They are having trouble with water off the roof and going on the front concrete. They will possibly put in a trench and drain in the front of the building. Fire Department calls so far this month are 33 and 488 year to date.

Ms. Mansfield asked for approval of the September 2016 financials as presented. Motion to approve the financials as presented was made by Ms. Blair 2nd by Mr. Skomrock and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

Ms. Mansfield discussed the purchase of road department equipment, a skid steer $87,500 and a trailer $20,167. Ms. Mansfield indicated that in order to approve the trailer, funds would need to be moved from 2141-330-360 contracted services in the amount of $20,000 to 2141-330-740 Machinery, Equipment and Furniture. Motion to make purchase of equipment and transfer funds was made by Ms. Blair, 2nd by Mr. Skomrock and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

Ms. Mansfield asked for approval of Miller Brothers quote for concrete work on Lucky Bell in the amount of $18,000. Motion to approve repair work was made by Mr. Skomrock 2nd by Ms. Blair and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

Ms. Mansfield made a presentation of township funds.

There was a question and answer session after the presentation.

 

Warrants approved by signing prior to or at this Meeting:

Warrant

Number

Date

Payee

Amount

Status

232-2016

10/20/16

Joseph Colini

$1,167.55

O

233-2016

10/20/16

Randal O. Hollis

$1,178.49

O

234-2016

10/20/16

Michael J Joyce

$660.68

O

235-2016

10/20/16

John H. Mansfield

$694.47

O

236-2016

10/20/16

Timothy A. Mansfield

$1,272.66

O

237-2016

10/20/16

Susan R Wagner

$317.03

O

238-2016

10/20/16

Douglas J. Zimperman

$1,539.59

O

31826

10/14/16

Iron Man Contractors Supply

$41.76

V

31843

10/14/16

Newbury Tire

$1,170.00

V

31882

10/19/16

Skipped Warrants 31870 to 31882 Series 2

$0.00

V

31883

10/19/16

Metrpolitan Compounds Inc.

$449.75

V

31884

10/19/16

ScapeAbilities (John Suvak)

$400.00

O

31885

10/19/16

Aris Company

$82.00

O

31886

10/19/16

Susan Wagner

$15.93

O

31887

10/19/16

Waste Management of Ohio Inc.

$17.83

O

31888

10/19/16

Sunrise Springs Water Co. Inc.

$71.90

O

31889

10/19/16

Kolsom Tires

$610.98

O

31890

10/19/16

R.A.M. Construction

$650.00

O

31891

10/19/16

Cintas Corp.

$664.72

O

31892

10/19/16

Western Reserve Farm Co-op

$42.70

O

31893

10/19/16

Geauga County Maple Leaf

$51.70

O

31894

10/19/16

First Energy

$634.45

O

31895

10/19/16

Geauga County Township Association

$75.00

O

31896

10/19/16

Marge Hrabak

$21.74

O

31897

10/19/16

Kokosing Materials

$603.57

O

31898

10/19/16

Newbury Volunteer Fire Department

$6,098.59

V

31899

10/19/16

Metrpolitan Compounds Inc.

$529.67

V

31900

10/19/16

Kimball-Midwest Inc.

$172.72

V

31901

10/19/16

DJL Material & Supply

$8,887.50

V

31902

10/19/16

Newbury Auto Parts

$60.09

V

31903

10/19/16

Skipped Warrants 31903 to 31903 Series 2

$0.00

V

31904

10/19/16

Newbury Volunteer Fire Department

$6,098.59

O

31905

10/19/16

Metrpolitan Compounds Inc.

$529.67

O

31906

10/19/16

Kimball-Midwest Inc.

$172.72

O

31907

10/19/16

DJL Material & Supply

$8,887.50

O

31908

10/19/16

Newbury Auto Parts

$60.09

O

31909

10/20/16

Ohio Public Employees Deferred Comp. Program

$120.00

O

31910

10/20/16

Medical Mutual Of Ohio

$508.26

O

31911

10/20/16

Medical Mutual Of Ohio

$4,574.31

O

Blanket Purchase Orders approved by signing prior to or at this meeting:

Purchase Orders approved by signing prior to or at this meeting:

P.O.

Number

Date

Vendor

Amount

60-2016

10/14/16

Miller Bros. Concrete

$18,000.00

61-2016

10/14/16

Rinker Materials

$8,000.00

 

 

Then and Now Purchase Orders approved by signing prior to or at this meeting:

 

Ms. Blair moved and Mr. Skomrock seconded the motion to adjourn the meeting at 8:46 p.m. The motion passed by unanimous vote.