Trustee Minutes 08/04/2015 (part 1)

The regularly scheduled meeting of Newbury Township Trustees was called to order at 7:00 p.m., August 4, 2015, with Glen Quigley, Bill Skomrock and Jan Blair present.

 

Minutes from the July 1, 2015 meeting were presented for approval.  Motion to approve minutes as presented made by Mr. Skomrock, 2nd by Ms. Blair and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

 

Ms. Mansfield requested to transfer $40,000.00 from 2031-330-720 Buildings to 2031-330-323 Repairs and Maintenance.  Motion to move funds was made by Ms. Blair, 2nd by Mr. Skomrock  and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

 

Ms. Mansfield requested the approval of the June 30, 2015 financials and the July 31, 2015 financials as presented.  Motion to approve the financials for June and July was made by Mr. Quigley, 2nd by Mr. Skomrock, and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

 

Ms. Mansfield reported on the Ironman invoice for water softener repair.  Mr. Banano indicated the system was continuously running and was disconnected.  The bill was for the disconnect of the water softener.

 

Ms. Mansfield reported the Budget Hearing was set for August 11, 2015.

 

Mr. Fagan reported for the Fire Department that there were 2 invoices they are submitting for payment and reimbursement.  One bill was for vehicle computers and one was for fire hydrant materials.  He reported 53 calls in July, and 12 so far in August and 375 for the year.

 

Mr. Zimperman reported for the Road Dept. they have contracted for 500 tons of salt at $73.00 per ton from the county.  They have done repairs to Pekin and the paving has been done, the only remaining thing is stripping.  They are currently working on Neal, portion of Scranton Woods Trail and Dora so that it can be paved.  He reported $83,000 for a new freightliner on the OH State bidding system, this is for the truck only, then the bed and attachments need to be added. Motion to approve the purchase of the chaise and the add on equipment was made by Ms. Blair 2nd by Mr. Skomrock and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

 

It was noted that there was no one here from Chatham Glen; they were supposed to be in attendance for this meeting.

 

Mr. Paschke will be hunting in the park and will block it off, as in the past.

 

Mr. Quigley reported that the Dept. of Commerce has indicated Liquor License renewals are coming and can be appealed if there is a need.  No need to appeal was indicated.

 

Ms. Blair indicated that she would attend the Growth Partnership seminar on health insurance. 

 

Mr. Quigley reported the Park Board has been busy, the electric line is in and the meter is installed.

 

Mr. Quigley reported he had a request from the American Cancer Fund for Children and Kids Cancer Connection that we agree to recognize September 2015 as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Motion to recognize September 2015 as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month was made by Mr. Skomrock, 2nd by Ms. Blair and a unanimous affirmative vote by all. 

 

Mr. Skomrock reported 214 sheriff calls for July.