Trustee Meeting 12/02/2015

The regularly scheduled meeting of Newbury Township Trustees was called to order at 7:00 p.m., December 2, 2015, with Glen Quigley, and Jan Blair present.

 

Mr. Doug Chapin and his son Dan were in attendance.   Dan owns a landscape company and had a meeting with the BZA last night.  They want to purchase a piece of property for the business.  They are asking that landscaping be added to the zoning resolution with the commercial district as a conditional use.  They will attend the ZC meeting next week and ask them to add landscaping to the zoning resolution.

 

Mr. Fagan reported for the Fire Department had 55 calls in Nov. 4 calls this month and 598 calls YTD.  Santa day is Dec. 13th 11AM – 2PM.

 

Mr. Zimperman reported for the Road Dept.  MORE grant was turned in for the safety equipment, roads were plowed one time. They still have one more asphalt repair project if the weather holds, repaired equipment.  He and Mr. Skomrock meet with the supplier of the material that extends the life of a road. 

He also discussed repairs to headstones that they are going to make.

 

Ms. Mansfield requested that the minutes from the November 18, 2015 regular meeting be approved as presented.  Motion to accept the minutes as presented was made by Ms. Blair, 2nd by Mr. Quigley and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

 

At the request of the Fiscal Officer, Ms. Blair moved that Resolution 20151202-01 to procure and pay all or part of the cost of insurance policies for hospitalization, surgical care, major medical care, disability, dental care, eye care, medical care, etc. for township officers and full-time employees, including newly-elected, re-elected, or appointed township officers as authorized by ORC Sec. 505.60(A) be adopted.  Mr. Quigley seconded this motion, which passed by unanimous affirmative vote.

 

At the request of the Fiscal Officer, Ms. Blair moved that Resolution 20151202-02, to procure and pay all or part of the cost of insurance policies for hospitalization, surgical care, major medical care, disability, dental care, eye care, medical care, etc. for township officers and full-time employees, including newly-elected, re-elected, or appointed township officers as authorized by ORC Sec. 505.603, offering such benefits through a cafeteria plan meeting the requirements of Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code be adopted.  Mr. Quigley seconded this motion, which passed by unanimous affirmative vote.

 

At the request of the Fiscal Officer, Resolution 20151202-03, was presented to procure and pay all or part of the cost of insurance policies for hospitalization, surgical care, major medical care, disability, dental care, eye care, medical care, etc. for township officers and full-time employees, including newly-elected, re-elected, or appointed township officers as authorized by ORC Sec. 505.603, offering such benefits through a cafeteria plan meeting the requirements of Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code  and offering a cash payment in lieu of hospitalization and/or dental benefits be adopted.  No motion was received.

 

Discussion then turned to how much employees would contribute to their medical coverages.  Motion was made by Ms. Blair to have the employees pay 10% of all insurance premiums in 2016, 2nd by Mr. Quigley and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

 

At the request of the Fiscal Officer, Ms. Blair moved that Resolution 20151202-04 to pass 2016 Temporary Appropriations in the following amounts.  Mr. Quigley seconded this motion, which passed by unanimous affirmative vote.

 

Resolution 20151202-04   - 2015 Temporary Appropriation

Temporary

Account

Description

Appropriation

1000-110-131-0000

Salary - Administrator

$2,000.00

1000-110-219-0000

Other -  Employer's Retirement Contributions

$400.00

1000-110-221-0000

Medical/Hospitalization

$8,000.00

1000-110-229-0000

Other -  Insurance Benefits

$1,000.00

1000-110-313-0000

Uniform Accounting Network Fees

$950.00

1000-110-330-0000

Travel and Meeting Expense

$500.00

1000-110-410-0000

Office Supplies

$900.00

1000-120-190-0000

Other -  Salaries

$500.00

1000-120-219-0000

Other -  Employer's Retirement Contributions

$200.00

1000-120-323-0000

Repairs and Maintenance

$2,000.00

1000-120-350-0000

Utilities

$3,000.00

1000-120-490-0000

Other - Supplies and Materials

$600.00

1000-120-590-0000

Other Expenses

$600.00

1000-130-190-0000

Other -  Salaries

$2,000.00

1000-130-219-0000

Other -  Employer's Retirement Contributions

$500.00

1000-130-345-0000

Advertising

$500.00

1000-130-490-0000

Other - Supplies and Materials

$600.00

1000-130-590-0000

Other Expenses

$700.00

1000-190-359-0000

Other -  Utilities

$2,000.00

1000-190-599-0000

Other - Other Expenses

$5,000.00

1000-310-360-0000

Contracted Services

$2,500.00

1000-410-190-0000

Other -  Salaries

$500.00

1000-610-590-0000

Other Expenses

$5,000.00

2021-330-720

Buildings

$1,000.00

2021-330-420-0000

Operating Supplies

$10,000.00

2031-330-190-0000

Other -  Salaries

$40,000.00

2031-330-219-0000

Other -  Employer's Retirement Contributions

$6,000.00

2031-330-221-0000

Medical/Hospitalization

$10,000.00

2031-330-229-0000

Other -  Insurance Benefits

$2,000.00

2031-330-323-0000

Repairs and Maintenance

$5,000.00

2031-330-350-0000

Utilities

$5,000.00

2031-330-360-0000

Contracted Services

$15,000.00

2031-330-490-0000

Other - Supplies and Materials

$60,000.00

2031-330-740-0000

Machinery, Equipment and Furniture

$2,000.00

2111-220-590-0000

Other Expenses

$20,000.00

2141-330-190-0000

Road Salaries

$40,000.00

2141-330-219-0000

Employer Contribution -PERS and Medicare

$6,000.00

2141-330-221-0000

Medical/Hospitalization

$10,000.00

2141-330-229-0000

Other - Insurance Benefits

$2,000.00

2141-330-590-0000

Other Expenses

$2,000.00

Total:

$275,950.00

 

Mr. Mansfield reported for the park that the electric has been connected.  He showed a sample of an LED light that they might be able to use for the pavilion, they are available at Home Depot.

 

Mr. Quigley discussed the BZA Mr. Fidel indicated that he would like to be reappointed for another term.  He will also contact the other members whose terms are up to see if they would like to be reappointed.

 

Mr. Fidel asked about the grant from the State.  Mr. Quigley indicated that we had received the grant, but we are awaiting the paperwork for the grant.

 

2nd by Mr. Quigley, and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.