Council: May 20th 2019

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
Mayfield Village Civic Hall – Mayfield Village Civic Center
Monday, May 20, 2019 – 7:00 p.m.

The Council of Mayfield Village met in Regular Session on Monday, May 20, 2019, at Mayfield Village Civic Hall.   Council President Saponaro called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

ROLL CALL: 

Present: Mr. Marquardt, Mr. Meyers, Mrs. Mills, Mr. Schutt, Mr. Saponaro and Mr. Williams

Also Present: Mayor Bodnar, Mr. Wynne, Mr. Coyne, Mr. Cappello, Chief Carcioppolo, Chief Matias, Mr. Marrelli, Mr. McAvinew, Mr. Metzung, Mr. Marquart, Ms. Wolgamuth, and Mrs. Betsa

Absent: Dr. Parker

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was given.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES:

Regular Council Meeting – April 15, 2019

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of April 15, 2019 as written.

Council President Saponaro asked, any discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes of April 15, 2019 Meeting Approved as Written.

Special Council Meeting – May 6, 2019

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of May 6, 2019 as written.

Council President Saponaro asked, any discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes of May 6, 2019 Meeting Approved as Written.

Comments From Mayor Bodnar

Thank you to the Recreation Department, Service Department and all who worked and volunteered at the Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast.  It was a successful event with a great turnout.  The pancakes and sausage were impeccably delicious.

Council was given an award as a thank you for our participation in the CEVEC program and especially for our giving them the use of our CEVEC house which they use to teach life skills like washing dishes, cooking, household chores and things like that.  I will pass around the plaque we were awarded.  This plaque is a really a big thank you and a personal thank you to Council.  I want to thank you Council President Saponaro and all of the members of Council who realized how important the Mayfield system of education is and especially you realize how important it is to support CEVEC and programs like this, so thank you very much.

Okay now to what’s actually on the agenda.  We all know that we are very fortunate to have Progressive Insurance Company’s headquarters right here in Mayfield Village. We are and Progressive are both fortunate to have Tricia Griffith at the helm. Tricia is an exceptionally experienced skilled personable and visionary leader and so tonight I have a Proclamation congratulating Chief Executive Officer Tricia Griffith for being named Fortune Magazine’s 2018 Businessperson of the Year.  As you might imagine, Tricia’s schedule is pretty busy so Kevin McGrath who is the Director of Real Estate Development at Progressive and main liaison here at the Village will accept this for Tricia.

  • Proclamation of Appreciation, “Congratulating Progressive Chief Executive Officer Tricia Griffith for being named Fortune Magazine’s 2018 Businessperson of the Year.”

WHEREAS, three decades ago, Tricia Griffith began her career with Progressive Insurance as a claims representative and, after serving in a variety of roles, became Progressive’s Chief Executive Officer in 2016; and

WHEREAS, under the leadership of Tricia Griffith, Progressive has achieved sales growth that tops both Apple and Microsoft, has increased stock values by nearly 50% over the past 12 months, and has more than doubled the company’s profits; and

WHEREAS, Progressive’s decision to move its headquarters to Mayfield Village in 1974 dramatically changed the trajectory of the Village’s development as well as that of surrounding communities; and

WHEREAS, Progressive has always been an excellent partner and neighbor, supporting the Village on many community initiatives and improvements; and

WHEREAS, in 2018, Progressive was placed onto Fortune Magazine’s annual list of Best Places to Work; and

WHEREAS, on November 15, 2018, Fortune Magazine named Tricia Griffith the 2018 Businessperson of the Year.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED that I, Mayor Brenda T. Bodnar, am honored to acknowledge Tricia Griffith for being recognized as one of the most prominent and successful leaders in the business world.  On behalf of Council and the residents of Mayfield Village, I thank her for continuing the legacy of success of her predecessors and for her vision for the future.  We are privileged to be the home of Progressive Insurance and look forward to many more decades of partnership and collaboration.

Mayor Bodnar presented the Proclamation to Mr. McGrath.

Comments from Council President Saponaro

Council President Saponaro asked Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino and his wife Debbie to come up and be presented with his Resolution.

  • Resolution No. 2019-42, entitled, “A Resolution thanking Mayfield Village Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Mike Girbino for over 33 years of dedicated service to Mayfield Village and Congratulating him on his retirement.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.

WHEREAS, Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Michael Girbino will be retiring from the Mayfield Village Fire Department after faithfully dedicating his life to fire service, improving fire safety, and keeping the citizens of Mayfield Village and the State of Ohio safe for over 33 years;

WHEREAS, Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino began his career in 1986 and has held the ranks of Firefighter, Paramedic, Lieutenant, and, in 2017, was promoted to Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshal;

WHEREAS, during his career, Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino created the Department’s Fire Prevention Bureau and implemented public safety education programs to increase awareness of fire safety and prevention; and

WHEREAS, Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino served as a member of the Northeast Ohio Prevention Association since the early 1990s and on its Executive Board since 2009.  He was recently asked to serve on the Board of the Building Officials Conference of Northeast Ohio as a cooperating member, bridging the gap between building and fire code officials and helping to foster a more cohesive relationship and understanding of the Ohio Building and Fire Codes;

WHEREAS, Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino is credited with working with legislators to implement many safety initiatives. Most notably, in 2011, he worked to revise the Residential Code of Ohio to require that all new residential homes include both ionization and photoelectric smoke alarm technology.  He also introduced the concept of installing automated external defibrillators in facilities where cardiac arrests are most common. This policy was formally adopted by the Village in 2017 to provide citizens with the best chances of surviving a life-threatening cardiac event in those facilities;

WHEREAS, Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino has received many professional acknowledgements. Notably, in 2018, Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor and Ohio State Fire Marshal Jeff Hussey presented him with the State of Ohio’s Distinguished Service Award for his exceptional efforts in making Mayfield Village and the State of Ohio a safer place to live.

WHEREAS, Mayfield Village thanks Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino for his dedication to this community. He has made a great impact on the people he has served and with whom he has worked.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF MAYFIELD VILLAGE, OHIO, THAT:

Michael Girbino be and is hereby recognized for over thirty (33) years of dedicated and exceptional service to Mayfield Village.

SECTION 1. The Village of Mayfield, its Mayor, Council, residents, employers, employees and officials wish to thank Michael Girbino for his many years of dedicated service. We are proud to offer this Resolution and wish you well as you enjoy retirement with your wife Debbie and two children. You will be missed.

Council President Saponaro stated, we offer our congratulations and our great thanks to a job well done. We look forward to seeing you as a neighbor.  We will miss you as our Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshal.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Schutt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2019-42.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

Mayor Bodnar stated, I would like to take a moment to echo Council’s sentiments and to express my personal thanks to Assistant Fire Chief Girbino.  In the four years I have worked with you, you have demonstrated the highest principles and highest integrity and I don’t think there’s anybody that I know at least that knows the Fire Code better than you do.  Or most importantly that has held the line consistently in enforcing that Code for our safety.  You have done that not just for people who live in Mayfield Village but also for the people who work in Mayfield Village, people who just may be passing through to get something from a Food Truck.  I appreciate all that you have done and we all do here.  For your efforts, I know you have a wonderful plaque from Council but we have also named you a Mayfield Village Outstanding Citizen.  We would like to present you with this.  You have left us with some pretty big shoes to fill but I am sure Mr. Libens is up to the task.

Assistant Fire Chief Fire Marshal Girbino stated, thank you so much.  I would just like to say that I couldn’t have accomplished anything that I accomplished without the support of all of you and of course Chief Carcioppolo.

Mayor Bodnar asked, Chief, would you like to chime in at this point?

Chief Carcioppolo stated, everyone’s said a lot of great things.  I want to echo all those again.  If I could just talk a little bit about my history of knowing Mike and that goes back to the beginning of when I started.  I started here in 2001 as a part-time firefighter.  When I took the entrance exam and was hired full-time, I went on Mike’s shift in 2003.  Mike was my shift officer for 10 years.  The three words that I would say describe Mike are passionate, professional and dedicated.  I can say from witnessing and being there that all those things are Mike.  Even tonight he was talking with Mr. Michalko about something that Mike investigated for him about compact florescent bulbs.  Mike researches so many things for so many different people in the community.  That goes to show how dedicated he is and how passionate he is about fire prevention and Code enforcement issues. The community service aspect of how our department is is truly from Mike’s push for our department to be that way over the years.  Mike retiring is a stressful time for me because I didn’t have to worry about him doing his job or duties appropriately.  Filling his position was a challenge for me.  I appreciate everyone’s support here in seeing everything through.  We do have Assistant Chief Libens here.  I am comfortable with him filling Mike’s shoes.  That’s a relief for me that I don’t have to worry about Mike retiring and not getting his duties done because the new Mike is going to pick up.   He’s had a little bit of transition time with Assistant Chief Girbino.

Council President Saponaro asked, is that what we are calling him, new Mike?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, I have been calling them Mike and Mike for the last month.  I am happy that Mike made it.  These are things we have talked about through the countless hours that we have lived together at the fire station.  To a point Mike helped mold me into who I am today as the Chief.  He supported me through everything.  He supported me through my education.  He supported me while I was doing different functions for the department.  Without that I would say it was easy to stray to a path of less resistance and an easier path. That helps to reaffirm how important it is to have true leaders in the department.  I wish Mike and Deb and the kids a happy retirement.  Friday night at 6:00 we are having a going away party at the Community Room. Everyone’s invited.  If you would like to come and spend some time there, that’s welcomed and appreciated.  Thank you for everything Mike.  You will be missed but I guess that’s just how life goes.

Council President Saponaro stated, thank you Chief.  I appreciate that.  My comments, not to belabor, but, Mike, not only have you been an integral part of our Village but we have been friends for a very long time.  You have made a big impact on everyone that has had the privilege to work with you.  There’s not a time that someone has not reached out and you have not been very amenable to address whatever needs they may have. You have a terrific personality for it. You make people feel comfortable, but you get your job done.  I wish you the best.  Don’t leave the Village.

Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshal Girbino stated, I am staying. We like it here.

Council President Saponaro stated, we love having you here.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

OPEN PORTION:

For Public Comment (5-minute limit imposed by Chair)

There was no discussion.

DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS:

John Marrelli (Building)

  • Architectural Review Board – We met on the 9th and approved an addition on a Worton Park home and a detached garage on North Aintree.

Mary Betsa (Council) – Previously reported was the Ethics training for Wednesday June 19th.  At this time, there is a waiting list, but if you wish to attend, please let me know and I will try to get you in.

  • Records Commission – We will be meeting on Tuesday, July 9th at 12:00 at Wiley Park (Civic Hall if the weather does not cooperate).  We will be finalizing all the records schedules to be submitted to the State.
  • Shred Day – I was unable to attend Shred Day.  I would like to thank Laurie Hughes, Maura McKinley, Frank Agh, Susan Jerome and Patsy Mills for all their assistance for the event, which was a huge success.

    Mrs. Mills reported, according to the man shredding, he said we shred at least 10,000 pounds of paper that day in the rain.  It always rains on that day.  The 10,000 pounds are the 425 boxes the girls handled all day long.  My job is to post every box that is shred.  I thank everyone that helped.  It was a very productive day.

Tom Cappello (Engineer) – As you all are well aware, the resurfacing of Wilson Mills has begun.  They are about halfway done with the milling.  That went pretty well today.  The 2019 Road Maintenance Program is well along. White Road is complete.  Highland Road was finished last week.  With the Grove, the replacement of the gravel sidewalks were completed with concrete.  A restroom concrete pad was installed and the asphalt staff/performer parking lot has been expanded and is complete.  Also on the agenda tonight is the SOM Center Road sidewalk that Council will be considering for award.

Council President Saponaro asked, does anyone have any questions?

There were none.

Shane McAvinew (Parks and Recreation)

  • Commission on Aging – The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 30th at the Community Room at 11:00 a.m. All are invited to attend.
  • Parks and Recreation –There is no meeting this month but there are Committee meetings.  On Wednesday, the Grove Committee will meet at the Grove site at 6:30 to go over the layout for 2019.  There will be volunteers from the Board throughout the summer.  We will be talking about how we are going to handle the policies and procedures with people coming into the facility.
  • Senior Services – The senior center had an Anniversary Party last Friday the 17th.  It was well attended.  People had a really good time.  In June, there will be a CPA Lunch ‘N Movie on the 12th at 12:00.  It’s $5.  There is also a luncheon and movie on the 19th at 12:30.  That’s also $5.  Call Senior Services to schedule the Lunch and Movie at Governor’s Village and the CPA for the Lunch ‘N Movie here.

Douglas Metzung (Service) - We have begun our leaf mulch deliveries.  We set a very aggressive schedule trying to get it out before Memorial Day.  We may actually meet that because we are down as far as people signing up.  If anyone needs their leaf mulch, call the Service Department so we can get you on the list.  It’s beautiful product this year.  Our summer help has returned for this year.  I want to commend the kids we have in our summer program this year.  We had the same group last year.  It might be the best group I have ever had in the Village.

Council President Saponaro asked, are they coming from a program, or folks that you have hired?

Mr. Metzung replied, that we have hired for the summer. Great group of kids.

Committee Reports:

  • Citizens Advisory Committee (Patsy Mills):  At our last meeting we talked about Election Day, the Pancake Breakfast, Shred Day, Wilson Mills Road, Highland and White repairs, the realignment of Wilson Mills and Miner Road, and also about the Memorial Day Celebration which is May 26th at 1:00 p.m, Sunday afternoon. It’s a very nice affair.  I suggest everyone in the Village attend.  We also talked about Mike Girbino’s retirement.  Our next meeting will be May 28th. Have we decided where we are going to have that?

    Ms. Wolgamuth replied, yes, we have decided we will meet at the pavilion. They are going to tour the various projects that are going on in the recreational area.

    Mrs. Mills stated, okay.  That will be at 7:00 p.m.
  • Drainage & Infrastructure (Council President Saponaro):  This evening Drainage and Infrastructure met.  We are going to have our next meeting on June 17th at 6:00.  During the meeting we had an application for Tysh and for Edelman that we reviewed.  We are looking at additional information for both and hope to have a recommendation for those at the next meeting to Council for voting.

OLD BUSINESS:

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2019-10, entitled, “An emergency Ordinance amending Chapter 1335 of the Village’s Codified Ordinances adopting the International Property Maintenance Code, 2018 Edition.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Building Department) (First Reading – April 15, 2019)

Ordinance No. 2019-10 moved to Third Read.

NEW BUSINESS:

  • Motion to approve an expenditure not to exceed $750.00 to provide a luncheon for all Mayfield Village employees in honor of Public Service Appreciation Week. (Administration)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve an expenditure not to exceed $750.00 to provide a luncheon for all Mayfield Village employees in honor of Public Service Appreciation Week.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

Mr. Wynne stated, this was put on on my request.  Ordinance No. 2003-44 grants the Mayor authorization to expend public funds for the purchase of food and beverage as long as it is included in the budget and as long as it meets the criteria to be a public purpose.  Employee appreciation is not one of those items listed as a public purpose so we wanted to make sure before we move forward with this that it was okay with Council and we got your approval before we proceed.

Council President Saponaro asked, when is this going to be held?

Ms. Wolgamuth replied, we are looking at May 31st.

Council President Saponaro asked, any other questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $6,906.11 to Walter Drane Co. for updated Codified Ordinances for 2018 through April 15, 2019.  (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $6,906.11 to Walter Drane Co. for updated Codified Ordinances for 2018 through April 15, 2019.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for April 2019 and to approve of same as submitted. (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for April 2019 and to approve of same as submitted.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried.

Financial Reports for April, 2019 Acknowledged and Approved.

  • Motion to approve expenditure in the amount of $15,439.50 to Skoda Construction, Inc. for Grove Project (10% contingency).  (Parks and Recreation)

Mr. Marquardt, seconded by Mrs. Mills, made a motion to approve expenditure in the amount of $15,439.50 to Skoda Construction, Inc. for Grove Project (10% contingency).

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

Mr. Meyers asked, what does the 10% contingency involve?  What’s extra?

Mr. Wynne replied, the sodding in the hill that Mr. McAvinew spoke about a couple of weeks ago.  That is part of it.  I think that was $4,000-5,000?

Mr. McAvinew replied, $5,000.  What occurred was, generally on most projects, they put a 10% contingency saying unknown factors involved that we can’t see or don’t know ahead of time.  In this particular case, the architect forgot to put a 10% contingency into the project.  What we are running into right now is that the Grove was originally to be seeded, but because of all the rain, we had to sod.  Sod is going to cost us more and we didn’t budget for sod.  There was an increase of that of a little over $5,000 for that project to be able to have it. If not, it would have been a muddy mess.  In the process, going back, there’s still a potential of other items.  That’s why I requested the contingency money to be added there.  Most likely the majority of it outside the $5,000 will be coming back to the Village at the very end.  It’s just the unknown factors.

Council President Saponaro asked, any other questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $12,645.05 to Chagrin Pet Garden and Power Equipment for John Deere Gator.  (Service Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $12,645.05 to Chagrin Pet Garden and Power Equipment for John Deere Gator.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • First Reading of Ordinance No. 2019-13, entitled, “An emergency Ordinance levying special assessments for the improvement of Robley Lane, Thornapple Drive and Wilson Mills Road between certain termini by constructing sanitary sewers, sanitary sewer service connections and manholes, installing where necessary, force mains and storm sewers, and replacing, where necessary, pavement and driveway aprons, altogether with the necessary appurtenances thereto.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Finance Department)

Mr. Wynne stated, this will be the final piece of legislation for the project.  Now that the project is done, this gives us the authorization to send a letter to the 60 homeowners involved with the project making them aware of the $7,200 assessment which is the same amount assessed as the same project we did over 20 years ago.  They will have the option to either pay the assessment in full or to finance it on their property taxes over 20 years.  I would request that if Council so desires, to suspend this this evening and pass it.

Council President Saponaro asked, so you are looking for a suspension?

Mr. Wynne replied, yes.

Council President Saponaro asked, any other discussion before we do that?

There was none.

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

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion? Obviously you want to get this passed this evening.

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2019-13.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion? 

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • First Reading of Ordinance No. 2019-14, entitled, “An Ordinance authorizing and directing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into an Economic Development Incentive Grant Agreement between the Mayfield Community Improvement Corporation, Mayfield Village, Ohio, and OMNI Systems, Inc.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration)

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?  You are not looking to have this suspended and approved this evening, right?  If I recall, this can go through three readings?

Mr. Marquart replied, that’s correct.  We are not pressed for time with this Mr. President, thank you.

Council President Saponaro stated, thank you.  Any questions on this?

There were none.

Ordinance No. 2019-14 moved to Second Read.

  • Resolution No. 2019-33, entitled, “An emergency resolution authorizing Mayfield Village to enter into an Agreement with Cuyahoga County to accept the Community Development Supplemental Grant for the Grove Amphitheater Band Shell Construction Phase III. (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2019-33.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion.  There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2019-37, entitled, “An emergency resolution authorizing Mayfield Village to accept the bid of S.A. Comunale Co., Inc. in the amount of $104,885.00 and to enter into a contract for the Fire Station second floor HVAC demolition and construction.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Fire Department)

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2019-38, entitled, “An emergency resolution authorizing Mayfield Village to approve a change order in an amount not to exceed $35,000 in order to complete the renovation of the Parkview Pool Pergola Area.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2019-38.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

Mr. Wynne stated, as you recall, Shane talked about this at the Caucus meeting.  This was the result of the cost of the shades that are being installed.  They were underestimated at the time they went out to bid.  Now that the general contractor has some actual numbers in, we will need to have this amount approved in order to meet the requirement for those shades.

Council President Saponaro asked, any questions?

Mr. Meyers stated, if you look at the two drawings, they are double the size of what they originally drew.  If you look at the sizes of them, one was 45 feet, now they are 73 feet.  Is that the additional cost?

Mr. McAvinew replied, the additional cost was that they underestimated the size.  The size of the canopy was actually covering a small amount of the actual area.   When the architect came back out along with one of the shade structure companies and laid it out, they increased the size of that shade structure. Also, what was in the original plan was the architect had planned to mount it into the pillars but the company has highly recommended against that.  They recommended putting poles into the ground to make the structure sound.  What was going to happen changed.  It is still within the original amount that we budgeted for minus about $5,000 because I had to take into consideration some architect fees that I didn’t know was in the budget.  But it is still in line with the budget.  He just had some numbers high and some numbers low.

Mr. Meyers stated, when you are looking at the drawings, it looks like they redrew the whole thing.

Council President Saponaro stated, it appears they gave them two different options for it.

Mr. McAvinew stated, it’s a design build.  The architect had no actual design drawn of what it was going to be. It was an allowance that was going to the general contractor to build the structure so when it came out, the structure that the architect thought and the general contractor thought were two different things.  It would not cover the cost.

Council President Saponaro stated, but if you look at the area that that actually covers, it covers roughly around the same area from this standpoint.

Mr. McAvinew stated, it was always intended to attach to the outside perimeters and go inward.  I think the size was underestimated when they went out to bid in the very beginning.   We are trying to get two other estimates to see where the cost actually lies.

Council President Saponaro asked, any other questions or discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2019-39, entitled, “An emergency resolution authorizing Mayfield Village to accept the bid of R.J. Platten Contracting Co. for the SOM Center Road Sidewalk Project in the amount of $37,525.00 and authorizing Mayfield Village to enter into an Easement Agreement with the Cuyahoga County Public Library.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2019-39.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

Mr. Cappello stated, the sidewalk this project entails goes from the parking lot of the Library and heads to the east to SOM Center Road and then heads north to the intersection with the Library drive and crosses over that driveway and then heads north to the softball fields parking lot and connects to that trail that runs through the new park and the original softball fields.

Council President Saponaro stated, thank you.  Does anyone have any questions on this?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2019-40, entitled, “An emergency resolution authorizing Mayfield Village to enter into a contract with Camco Cleaning Services, LLC for Janitorial Services for the Mayfield Village Civic Center, Community Room and Police Station.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Administration)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2019-40.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?  So we went out and we searched and we came back to the original people because they had the best bid and they do a great job, is that in a nutshell?

Ms. Wolgamuth replied, right.

Council President Saponaro asked, any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2019-41, entitled, “An emergency resolution authorizing Mayfield Village to enter into an easement agreement with Marc A. Marvaldi and Renee M. Marvaldi.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Administration)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2019-41.

Council President Saponaro asked, discussion?

Mr. Cappello reported, this is a little section of property along Wilson Mills. When we softened the curve between Village Trails and Echo, we needed to buy some property to establish a little bit more right of way.  The edge of the new road goes right up near the existing property.

Council President Saponaro asked, is everyone aware of where that’s at?  Does anyone have any questions on this?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

ANY OTHER MATTER BEFORE COUNCIL

Council President Saponaro asked, are there any other matters that may come before Council at this time?

There were no further matters.

ADJOURNMENT

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

The meeting adjourned at 7:42 p.m.  The next Regular Meeting of Council is scheduled for Monday, June 17, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.