Council Minutes - September 16th 2013

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
Mayfield
Village Civic Hall
Monday, September 16, 2013 - 8:00 p.m.

The Council of Mayfield Village met in Regular Session on Monday, September 16, 2013 at 8:05 p.m. at Mayfield Village Civic Hall.  Council President Buckholtz called the meeting to order.

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ROLL CALL:

Present: Mr. Buckholtz, Mr. Marquardt, Mr. Marrie, Mrs. Cinco, Mrs. Mills, and Mr. Delguyd

Also Present: Mayor Rinker, Mr. Wynne, Ms. Calta, Chief Edelman, Interim Chief Carcioppolo, Mr. Marrelli, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Cappello, Mr. Dinardo, Mr. Esborn, Ms. Wolgamuth, and Mrs. Betsa

Absent: Dr. Parker and Mr. Metzung

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was given.

Council President Buckholtz welcomed John Lawler, a student from St. Ignatius High School who is here observing our Council meetings as part of his course.

OPEN PORTION:

3-minute limit imposed by Chair. Those who wish to speak must first state their name and address. 

There were no comments.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES:

Regular Council Meeting: August 19, 2013

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to approve the minutes as written.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

Special Council Meeting: September 3, 2013

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Delguyd, made a motion to approve the minutes as written.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

COMMENTS FROM MAYOR RINKER

There were no comments.

COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL PRESIDENT BUCKHOLTZ

There were no comments.

DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS:                            

SERVICE – Douglas Metzung

There was no report.

BUILDING – John Marrelli

There was no report.

ENGINEERING – Tom Cappello

There was no report.

LEGAL DEPARTMENT – Diane Calta

There was no report.

FIRE – Interim Chief Gino Carcioppolo

Mr. Carcioppolo reported, our three new full-time firefighters began their first shifts this weekend, Sunday, today and tomorrow.  We also received new training equipment for EMS training. 

FINANCE – Ron Wynne

Mr. Wynne will report on the agenda items as they come up.

POLICE – Chief Edelman

There was no report this evening other than what is on the agenda.

PARKS & RECREATION – Bill Thomas

Mr. Thomas asked, did everyone receive the brochure for the Fall/Winter season in their mailboxes?  My only comment would be that I will try and get it out a week earlier next time.  I wanted to also mention that if Council and the Mayor are interested in a tour of the Wildcat Sport and Fitness Center, I was going to offer that to you next Monday the 23rd at 6:00 p.m.  If anyone is interested, let me know.  The next Lunch N Movie for the seniors is October 9th. The movie is Moonstruck.  Reservations are due by October 2nd. The next foot clinic is October 18th. The Covered Bridges and Winery trip on October 18th is sold out. There are still openings for the Senior Legislator for a day on October 25th. We could use about 10 more people.  You can go down and see the Statehouse and get a personal tour.  We will then go out and have lunch. We are looking forward to the Senior Open House tomorrow. We have about 150 seniors coming.  The deadline to enter the leaf raking drawing is September 20th.  We received almost 100 applications for the Senior Snow Removal program.  The deadline to opt in is October 3rd. The deadline to opt out is December 31st.

ARCHITECT – Ron Dinardo

Mr. Dinardo reported, the General Contractor that is doing work at the soccer field for the new restroom building has provided a construction schedule. They anticipate a completion date of end of October, first week of November.

PLANNING DEPARTMENT  - Ted  Esborn

Mr. Esborn sent out a memo in July saying that we would again this year be trying to get State funding through DOPWIC for the Eastgate and Meadowood sewers.  I met with Ron and Tom this morning to start our application process. That application is due on October 25th.  At the October Caucus, I will work with Diane to have authorizing legislation required each application year even if it is the same application.

Mayor Rinker added, this is about the eighth or ninth time that we have applied. As we discussed last time, we have gotten pretty far down the path.  With DOPWIC we were approved. It was in Columbus where we were not approved.  Our game plan from a budgetary standpoint is to be in a position if need be to go ahead and pay the entire freight if we need to.   We will modify so that the grant and loan applications are tailored more conservatively in order to improve our chances. Any kind of help we can get on this program would be good.  We are committed to this project.  It will be a matter of budget approval in going forward. The game plan would be to salt away enough dollars that we can do it if the DOPWIC approval doesn’t pan out. 

Mr. Esborn stated, it’s our ninth time.  It’s a competitive process.  You never know what is going to come out of other communities.

Council President Buckholtz stated, we can discuss at Caucus the option of just getting it done.

Mayor Rinker added, the frustration is, for clarification, DOPWIC, or the District One Public Works Integrating Committee, is essentially Cuyahoga County.  The County has been pretty supportive all the way through. We have on at least three of the occasions gotten approval from DOPWIC.  The problem is that everything then gets funneled down to Columbus.  Oddly enough, unlike DOPWIC which is very transparent in how it scores, Columbus is Columbus. All we do is get an answer.  We have tried unsuccessfully a couple of times to get feedback as to where we did not meet the grade.  There’s a whole panoply of criteria. 

ADMINISTRATION – Diane Wolgamuth

Ms. Wolgamuth reported that this Sunday is the final of the four preliminary events at The Grove.  This Sunday is Lincoln at The Grove.  In conjunction with our Historical Society, there will be artifacts and Civil War Era music and actors reenacting.  It should be a nice afternoon. Anyone who has not been to any of these events, this Sunday from 11:00-4:00.  In case of bad weather, the back-up location is at the Library.

Mrs. Mills asked Ms. Wolgamuth, is there an admission charge?  People are asking.  Maybe we should put something on the flier that there is no admission.

Ms. Wolgamuth clarified, it does say free event.

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Activities Committee – Mrs. Mills reported, we will be meeting tomorrow night here at 6:45 p.m.

Architectural Review Board – Mr. Marrelli reported, the Architectural Review Board met last Thursday. We had a proposal for a canopy to be installed over the ATM machine at Charter One. That was approved.

Board of Appeals – Mr. Marrelli stated, there was no meeting. There is no report.

Cemetery – Mrs. Mills stated, there is no report.

Citizen's Advisory Board – Mr. Marrie stated, our next meeting is on Monday, September 23rd.  It will be our first meeting after the summer break.

Safety and Service –  Mrs. Cinco reported, Safety and Service met on Tuesday, September 3rd.  At that time, we discussed the condition of 470 SOM Center Road, possible long-term plans for that building. We discussed the new logging recorder for the Police Department, hose replacement for the Fire Department and the demolition of the house at 6120 Wilson Mills Road.

Finance Committee –Mr. Delguyd reported, the Committee met just before Council this evening. All items are on the agenda.

Historical Society – Mrs. Mills reported, last Wednesday, we had our ice cream social. We had well over 100 people.  It was a very hot evening. We almost ran out of ice cream.  We had two tours this week which were classes that were having reunions from Mayfield.  It was very nice.  We have a tour tomorrow. The Red Hat Ladies are coming.

Hillcrest Council of Councils –  Mrs. Mills attended the meeting. Susan Caves, Executive Director of the Ohio Municipal League spoke on municipal issues and pending legislation in Columbus. The gist of it was continuing education changes and Records Committee operations and also red light cameras. The next meeting is December 14th.  I brought up the issue of short notice of meetings.  We have to have a little more notice than that.

Ordinance Review Committee – Mr. Marquardt stated there was no meeting. There is no report. 

Planning and Zoning – Mr. Marquardt reported, Planning and Zoning met on September 3rd. There were three items on the agenda. There was a lot split consolidation plat final site plan for Governor’s Village. That was approved. There was a lot split consolidation plat for the Louis G. Wellman Estate on Wilson Mills for Key Bank National Association. That was approved. There was a conditional use permit for Playground World which was not approved.

Recreation Board - Mr. Marrie reported, we will meet this Wednesday in Civic Hall. 

Commission on Aging – Mrs. Mills reported, Commission on Aging will be meeting next Tuesday the 24th at 11:00 at the Community Room.

SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Information & Technology – There was no meeting. There is no report.

Records Commission – Mrs. Mills reported, the Commission will be meeting on Wednesday in Civic Hall at 12:00. 

Community and Economic Development  - There was no meeting. There is no report.

OLD BUSINESS:

There were no items on Old Business.

NEW BUSINESS:

Motion to approve the Lot Consolidation Plat for Governor’s Village, A Randall Residence at 280 North Commons Boulevard.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve the Lot Consolidation Plat for Governor’s Village, A Randall Residence at 280 North Commons Boulevard.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Plat Approved.

Motion to approve the Lot Split and Lot Consolidation for the Lois G. Wellman Estate at 7129 Wilson Mills Road.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve the Lot Split and Lot Consolidation for the Lois G. Wellman Estate at 7129 Wilson Mills Road.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Plat Approved.

Motion to authorize the sale by Mayfield Village of the following vehicles:

  • 2003 Ford Taurus (Black)
    Model 1FAFP53U33A204765 – $355.00
  • 2003 Ford Taurus (Grey)
     Model 1FAFP53U13A204764 – $355.00

(Straw vote approved 9/4/13)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to authorize the sale by Mayfield Village of the following vehicles:

  • 2003 Ford Taurus (Black)
    Model 1FAFP53U33A204765 – $355.00
  • 2003 Ford Taurus (Grey)
    Model 1FAFP53U13A204764 – $355.00

(Straw vote approved 9/4/13)

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?

Mr. Marrie stated, these could not be sold, any other way.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Sale Approved.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $5,763.38 to Digest Media for Fall-Winter 2013-2014 Wildcat Sport & Fitness brochure.  (Straw vote approved 9/6/13)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $5,763.38 to Digest Media for Fall-Winter 2013-2014 Wildcat Sport & Fitness brochure.  (Straw vote approved 9/6/13).

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  We are going to be reimbursed?

Mr. Thomas replied, from other communities, that is correct.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Expenditure Approved.

Motion to authorize additional expenditure in an amount not to exceed $3,000.00 to O.P. Aquatics for sodium hypochlorite and muriatic acid for Parkview Pool through 2013 season (change order).

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to authorize additional expenditure in an amount not to exceed $3,000.00 to O.P. Aquatics for sodium hypochlorite and muriatic acid for Parkview Pool through 2013 season (change order).

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Change Order Approved.

Motion to authorize additional expenditure in an amount not to exceed $10,000 for the restroom project at the soccer fields.  (Change order).

Mr. Delguyd advised, this was discussed in Finance this evening.  A request has been made to

change the amount to “not to exceed” $5,000.  The $10,000 broke down to $4,000 of excavation costs. The additional was for $6,000 for contingency.  There wasn’t a contingency in the original plans.  There is no real need for another one being that excavation costs are the biggest area where you find these change orders. Finance decided to approve $5,000.

Council President Buckholtz added, I was at the meeting.  It was $4,000, but he was not sure of the exact details so Finance decided to go with “not to exceed $5,000.”

Mr. Marrelli stated, that should cover the two days of excavation.

The Motion was amended to read:

Motion to authorize additional expenditure in an amount not to exceed $5,000 for the restroom project at the soccer fields.  (Change order).

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marrie made a motion to authorize additional expenditure in an amount not to exceed $5,000 for the restroom project at the soccer fields.  (Change order). 

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was a lot of discussion on this in Finance. This is to move the building to a slightly different location.

Mr. Marrelli stated, due to soil conditions.

Council President Buckholtz stated, the question came up at Finance whether there was a contingency.  Usually when we do this large bids, there’s a 10%-15% contingency.

Mr. Marrelli stated, if you recall, Council was not fully in agreement on the contract price in the beginning. The project almost didn’t get off the ground. We weren’t going to put another $30,000 into it for contingencies.  In order to get it approved, we tried to keep it down to as low as possible.  We didn’t add a contingency to it.  We didn’t anticipate having to need a contingency.  As soon as they started digging, we found out we needed it.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other questions or discussion?

Mr. Marquardt stated, as I said at Finance, I think $300,000 was more than we should have been spending on this project in the beginning.  I won’t be supporting any additional money for this.

Mr. Marrelli stated, that was the lowest bid.  I think it was actually $273,000 for the building.  A lot of that was utilities.  It is what it is if that’s what it is going to cost to put that building there and have sewer, water and electric.

Council President Buckholtz stated, it was also brought up whether this would be something that would be on the contractor. 

Mr. Marrelli stated, it’s not.

Council President Buckholtz stated, I believe Mr. Dinardo said typically soil borings are on the landowner and not the contractor.

Mr. Dinardo stated, normally the cost for soil borings is around $3,000-3,500.  We would have went ahead and paid for that and found out we would have had to move the building or pay the $4,000 to actually move the building so it is essentially a wash.

Council President Buckholtz stated, I understand. Are there any other comments?

Mr. Delguyd asked, Progressive is supposed to come in and contribute to some sort of extras.  Does the potential soil issue affect that at all? 

Mr. Marrelli replied, they are doing all flat work. They are doing the patio.

Mr. Delguyd asked, they only need what, 6 inches?

Mr. Marrelli replied, yes.  We are hopefully not going to run into anything there.

Council President Buckholtz asked, so if they run into soil problems?

Mr. Delguyd stated, my question was, we are moving our building, the potential pavilion patio is going to go right next to it, aren’t they going to run into the same soil issues, but they are not.  They are only going to go 6 inches.

Council President Buckholtz asked, we wouldn’t be responsible for any of that or any issues they run into?

Mr. Marrelli replied, that’s correct. We are not responsible for that. Where we moved the building, the soil seems to be better farther away from the street. We should be okay over there.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other questions? There were none.

ROLL CALL:

Ayes: Mrs. Cinco, Mr. Marrie, and Mr. Delguyd
Nays: Mr. Buckholtz and Mr. Marquardt

Motion Carried. Change Order Approved.

Motion to go out to bid for demolition of house located on 6120 Wilson Mills Road.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to go out to bid for demolition of house located on 6120 Wilson Mills Road.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  This is the house next to the Library and School.  This was part of the plans.  It’s good to see that is moving along.  John, what is the amount?

Mr. Marrelli replied, usually it’s around $10,000.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Bidding Approved.

Motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $10,000 to Tree Service Now for tree lawn tree maintenance.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $10,000 to Tree Service Now for tree lawn tree maintenance.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?

Mr. Delguyd stated, this is a budgeted amount.

Mr. Wynne added, we budgeted $40,000 for the year for this line item. We spent about $13,000 to date.  This is just going against that $40,000.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Expenditure Approved.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $15,595.00 to Stephen Campbell and Associates, Inc. for new logging recorder (Cybertech/NICE 27-channel recording system).

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $15,595.00 to Stephen Campbell and Associates, Inc. for new logging recorder (Cybertech/NICE 27-channel recording system).

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?

Chief Edelman reminded everyone that this is the device that will allow us to record our analog phones and radios.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Expenditure Approved.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $5,590.00 to Warren Fire for hose replacement.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $5,590.00 to Warren Fire for hose replacement.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Expenditure Approved.

Motion to extend the TIF for Progressive for property tax year 2013.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to extend the TIF for Progressive for property tax year 2013.

Council President Buckholtz explained, “TIF” is Tax Incremental Financing which allows us to use property tax dollars that would normally go directly to the County for infrastructure improvements.  Any further discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. TIF Extended.

Motion to extend the TIF for Governor’s Village for property tax year 2013.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to extend the TIF for Governor’s Village for property tax year 2013.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. TIF Extended.

Motion to extend the TIF for Skoda Minotti properties for property tax year 2013.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to extend the TIF for Skoda Minotti properties for property tax year 2013.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. TIF Extended.

Motion to extend the TIF for Heinen’s for property tax year 2013.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to extend the TIF for Heinen’s for property tax year 2013.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. TIF Extended.

Motion to extend the TIF for 700 Beta Drive for property tax year 2013.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to extend the TIF for 700 Beta Drive for property tax year 2013.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. TIF Extended.

Motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for August 2013 and to approve of same as submitted.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for August 2013 and to approve of same as submitted.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?

Mr. Wynne stated, a couple of comments.  First, on the TIF extensions everyone just approved, we get around $910,000-940,000 a year as a result of those TIFS that we use to pay down our debt for those projects. It’s a good source of revenue for us.

On the financial report, just one comment as far as income tax collections go. We received our monies this month and through the end of September collection, we are going to be about $600,000-700,000 ahead of last year’s collections.  If you recall last year we received about $15 million. We budgeted about $13 million to be conservative. The way things are tracking right now, the last three months of the year remain constant.  I don’t see a reason why they shouldn’t. We should end up the year about $3 million over budget, so between $15.5-16 million in income tax collections. 

Mrs. Cinco noticed the nice comment Mr. Wynne received from the County on the TIF report.  They are going to use him as a learning tool for everyone.  Nice, nice job.  That is excellent.  It went so smooth.  Kudos.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other comments? There were none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Receipt of Financial Reports for August 2013. Acknowledged and Approved.

First Reading of Ordinance No. 2013-13, entitled, “An Emergency Ordinance to amend and supplement the Codified Ordinances of Mayfield Village, Ohio by amending Sections 505.11 and 505.13 relating to dangerous, nuisance and vicious dogs and enacting Codified Ordinance Section 505.131 regulating the maximum number of dogs permitted; prior acquisition not affected.”  Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mr. Delguyd asked, what are the specifics of that?

Ms. Calta explained, in Ordinance Review, there was a review of the dog ordinance. At that time it came up as to whether or not there was a regulation on the books for the number of dogs. There wasn’t. This will put it in to place.

Mr. Delguyd asked, this will bring us up to the State?

Ms. Calta replied, correct. The rest of it does that.  That’s why its prior acquisition not affected, so whatever dogs you have now are grandfathered so to speak.  I am not aware of any issues at present that this is targeted towards.  Anyone that would be breeding puppies, that is not included.  Any dogs under 6 months of age are not counted towards your allotment.

Council President Buckholtz asked about cats.

Ms. Calta replied, we did not address cats.

Mr. Marquardt added, we stayed away from that one.

Mrs. Mills stated, Kenwood has a covenant in their Deed of two dogs.

Council President Buckholtz asked, will that supersede this?

Mayor Rinker replied, yes.

Council President Buckholtz asked, do we want to pass this tonight?

Mr. Marquardt replied, it can stay on First Read.

This Ordinance was left on First Read.

First Reading of Ordinance No. 2013-14, entitled, “An Emergency Ordinance authorizing and directing the Mayor to enter into a Lease Agreement with John and Alyce Enkler for the purpose of leasing the real estate located at 6500 Wilson Mills Road, Mayfield Village, Ohio   44143.”  Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to suspend the rules of Council requiring an Ordinance to be read on three separate occasions.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2013-14.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?

Mr. Wynne stated, this is the property that is at the corner of Wilson Mills and Raleigh that we own. The tenants that were in there for multiple years vacated the property in May. We secured this new tenant at a rental that is 30% above what the previous tenant was paying. They will take occupancy on November 1st

Council President Buckholtz asked, this will be on a month-to-month lease as always?

Mr. Wynne replied, yes.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other discussion? There was none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

Resolution No. 2013-11, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution reaffirming, amending and restating existing pick-up plan under the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund’s new procedures for reporting for eligible employees of the Mayfield Village Police Department.”  Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2013-11.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?

Mr. Wynne stated, with this Resolution and the next Resolution, the pick-up plan referred to is the plan where Mayfield Village as the employer agrees to withhold employee contribution required into the Police and Fire Pension Fund on the employee’s behalf.  Ohio Police and Fire just recently increased the amount required of contributions by individuals. This is just amending previous legislation with a new withholding percentage.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions? There were none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

Resolution No. 2013-12, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution reaffirming, amending and restating existing pick-up plan under the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund’s new procedures for reporting for eligible employees of the Mayfield Village Fire Department.”  Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mrs. Cinco, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2013-12.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions? This is the same explanation as for Resolution No. 2013-11?

Mr. Wynne replied, correct.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

Resolution No. 2013-13, entitled, “A Resolution accepting the amounts and rates as determined by the Budget Commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the County Fiscal Officer.”  Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2013-13.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions?  There were none.

ROLL CALL: 

AYES: All  
NAYS: None 

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

ANY OTHER MATTERS:

Council President Buckholtz asked if there were any other matters. There were none.

ADJOURNMENT:

Mr. Marquardt, seconded by Mrs. Mills, made a motion to adjourn the meeting.

The meeting adjourned at 8:40 p.m.  The next Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 21, 2013 at 8:00 p.m.