Trustee Minutes 10/07/2015

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

 

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

 

Ms. Mansfield asked for approval of Resolution 20151007-01 authorizing Newbury Township to participate in the State of Ohio Cooperative purchasing program, pursuant to Revised Code Section 125.04.  Motion to participate in the purchasing program was made by Mr. Skomrock, 2nd by Mr. Quigley and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.

 

Mr. Fagan from the Fire Department presented bills for payment.  He reported 64 calls for September, 10 calls so far for October and 492 year to date, the average calls for a month is 55.

 

Question from the Fire Department, does the Township have any reason that they cannot change Long Distance carriers for their phone service.  The Township indicated they could pick whomever they wanted.

 

Mr. Fagan reported approximately 7000 sq. ft. of concrete still need to be replaced in the Fire Department driveway.  Things to keep in mind for future repairs at the Fire Department are ray-o-vac system, a/c units, and generator.

 

Mr. Don Rice from Metzenbaum Center was in attendance to discuss the levy they have on the ballot this year.  Ms. Patty Gallagher also spoke on the Metzenbaum levy as a family that has used their services.

 

Mr. Zimperman reported paving Munn between Music and Bell plus one other for paving in 2016.  He also reported that they received a headstone via FedEx and are not equipped to handle them for storage and handling and setting.  He asked for a policy that requires local headstone companies to handle these.  Mr. Quigley discussed the cost of burials and the time required to bury people.  Mr. Zimperman reported asphalt patching is continuing.

 

Mr. Quigley asked about a snow parking ban; Mr. Zimperman did not think that it would make too much difference one way or the other, when they snowplowed.  More research is needed on this before a decision can be made.

 

Mr. Quigley reported that Panzica is requesting another driveway off State Route 87 near the shopping plaza at Auburn and 87.

 

Mr. Skomrock reported 233 Sheriff calls for September.


Mr. Quigley reported that Enverest took out well #5 and there are still some pipes in the ground.  They want to know if we want the pipe removed or cut and capped.  Mr. Quigley will look for more information.

 

Mr. Mansfield reported for the Park Board and indicated that they will pick out lights for the pavilion the get the lights turned on.  Field 5 is on hold until next year.

 

Warrants approved by signing prior to or at this Meeting:

 

 

Warrant

Number

Date

Payee

Amount

Status

   212-2015

10/5/15

Janice M. Blair

$734.21

O

   213-2015

10/5/15

Randal O. Hollis

$1,202.16

O

   214-2015

10/5/15

Randal R. Hollis

$624.78

O

   215-2015

10/5/15

Marge Hrabak

$314.44

O

   216-2015

10/5/15

Michael J Joyce

$801.96

O

   217-2015

10/5/15

George Mansfield

$1,280.71

O

   218-2015

10/5/15

John H. Mansfield

$859.84

O

   219-2015

10/5/15

Marcia J. Mansfield

$761.51

O

   220-2015

10/5/15

Timothy A. Mansfield

$1,282.67

O

   221-2015

10/5/15

Glen E. Quigley

$770.09

O

   222-2015

10/5/15

William J. Skomrock Jr.

$584.21

O

   223-2015

10/5/15

Susan R Wagner

$374.59

O

   224-2015

10/5/15

Douglas J. Zimperman

$1,456.08

O

   226-2015

10/5/15

Treasurer of State

$699.25

O

   227-2015

10/5/15

Middlefield Bank

$3,350.43

O

   228-2015

9/30/15

Medical Mutual Of Ohio

$891.88

C

30810

10/7/15

Gene Bujoll

$30.00

V

31124

10/5/15

Delta Dental

$38.62

O

31125

10/5/15

VSP

$13.34

O

31126

10/5/15

Ohio Public Employees Deferred Comp. Program

$330.00

O

31127

10/5/15

Ohio Public Employees Retirement System

$6,319.49

O

31128

9/30/15

Kolsom Tires

$300.00

O

31129

9/30/15

Aris Company

$82.00

O

31130

9/30/15

Geauga County Maple Leaf

$36.00

O

31131

9/30/15

Newbury Printing Co.

$75.79

O

31132

9/30/15

Personal Systems Plus, Inc.

$142.50

O

31133

9/30/15

Junction Auto Sales Inc.

$38.26

O

31134

9/30/15

Geauga Concrete Inc.

$427.50

O

31135

9/30/15

Kokosing Materials

$9,446.80

O

31136

9/30/15

First Energy

$142.03

O

31137

9/30/15

VSP

$119.83

O

31138

9/30/15

Delta Dental

$347.40

O

31139

9/30/15

MT Business Technologies INc.

$41.29

O

31140

9/30/15

Dominion East Ohio Gas

$137.98

O

31141

9/30/15

Windstream

$334.85

O

31142

9/30/15

Newbury Tire

$24.00

O

31143

9/30/15

Ohio CAT

$549.18

O

31144

9/30/15

The Flag Store, LLC

$222.70

O

31145

9/30/15

Speedway SuperAmerica

$228.97

O

31146

9/30/15

Iron Man Contractors Supply

$62.98

O

31147

9/30/15

Patsy Keyes

$220.00

O

31148

9/30/15

Waste Management of Ohio Inc.

$14.85

O

31149

9/30/15

ScapeAbilities (John Suvak)

$300.00

O

31150

9/30/15

Western Reserve Farm Co-op

$17.98

O

31151

9/30/15

Lacal Equipment Inc.

$236.60

O

31152

10/7/15

Treasurer, State of OH

$100.00

O

31153

10/7/15

Business Card

$122.62

O

31154

10/7/15

Susan Wagner

$24.43

O

31155

10/7/15

BFG Supply

$558.90

O

31156

10/7/15

Sunrise Springs Water Co. Inc.

$30.00

O

31157

10/7/15

Aris Company

$82.00

O

31158

10/7/15

Geauga County Maple Leaf

$65.25

O

31159

10/7/15

D.R. Ebel Police & Fire Equipment

$26.00

O

31160

10/7/15

Lumber Tiger

$184.00

O

31161

10/7/15

Countryside Truck Service, Inc.

$2,536.97

O

31162

10/7/15

Kimball-Midwest Inc.

$1,273.58

O

31163

10/7/15

Medical Mutual Of Ohio

$547.28

O

31164

10/7/15

Medical Mutual Of Ohio

$4,925.37

O

31165

10/7/15

Gene Bujoll

$30.00

O

 

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

 

PO

Number

Date

Vendor

Amount

    45-2015

9/28/15

Engineered Endeavors

$12,600.00

 

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

 

 

Motion to adjourn was made at 8:30PM by Mr. Skomrock, and 2nd by Mr. Quigley, and a unanimous affirmative vote by all.