Council: July 20th 2020

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
MAYFIELD VILLAGE, OHIO
Monday, July 20, 2020 – 7:00 p.m.
Videoconferenced in Main Conference Room-Mayfield Village Civic Center

Present in Main Conference Room:  Council President Schutt and Mrs. Betsa.  All other members of Council, Mayor Bodnar, Ron Wynne, Law Director Coyne in attendance via ZOOM.

The videoconferenced meeting can be accessed by going to:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuMQeH6aDjw&feature=youtu.be

Council President Schutt stated, welcome to the Regular Meeting of Council.  This meeting has been duly noticed and is being held in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 121.22 specific to recent amendments made in light of the current COVID-19 declared emergency (House Bill 197).  Under the orders of Governor DeWine and the Director of Health of Ohio, and pursuant to Ordinance 2020-20, adopted March 16, 2020, Council is meeting remotely, via electronic means. Notice of this meeting was sent to the news media on July 17, 2020.  The public was invited to view the meeting live by accessing the meeting through a link posted on the website. The public was also encouraged to view the meeting agenda and offer any comments or questions prior to 6:00 p.m. this evening to be read into the record and addressed at the meeting.  Comments received in writing or electronically that were not received on time will be read into the record and addressed at the next meeting of Council.

Mayfield Village is conducting these proceedings in compliance with all applicable State Laws and regulations.

Chairman Schutt asked, Mrs. Betsa, may I have a Roll Call?

ROLL CALL:

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

Also Present: Mayor Bodnar, Mr. Wynne, and Mr. Coyne

Mrs. Betsa stated, all other Department Heads are viewing this meeting virtually.

Council President Schutt stated, please remain seated as I recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

Council President Schutt recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES:

Regular Council Meeting – June 15, 2020

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of June 15, 2020 as written.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes of June 15, 2020. Meeting Approved as Written.

Special Council Meeting – July 6, 2020

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of July 6, 2020 as written.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes of July 6, 2020. Special Meeting Approved as Written.

Comments from Mayor Bodnar:

Thank you Council President. Good evening everyone.  I have several reports to give you tonight.

COVID-19 issues are topping the charts.  Probably most of you have heard this by now, but we have received word that Progressive Insurance has notified its employees on Friday that they will not be returning to work at their offices this year.  We don’t know when they will return to their offices but we know that it will not be in 2020 and we are going to keep monitoring that situation.

The next thing is related.  We of course have two concerns with our payroll tax in Mayfield Village.  That is the bulk of our income taxes that we receive.  So, our concerns relate to people who normally work in offices at Mayfield Village but are now working from home because of COVID-19.  Under the Governor’s emergency order and the corresponding legislation those payroll taxes will still go to Mayfield Village for the duration of the emergency order and for 30 days afterwards.  We don’t anticipate that the Governor will lift that order any time soon, however there has been a lawsuit that’s been filed in Columbus, Ohio challenging that legislation.  Our Law Director Mr. Coyne has reviewed that lawsuit and is following it and fortunately has reported that that lawsuit is on a pretty slow track and I believe, Mr. Coyne correct me if I’m wrong, that it's not set for trial until sometime next summer in 2021.  Mr. Coyne is going to continue to monitor that suit and at the appropriate time it is our plan to band together with other municipalities to fight that lawsuit and support the legislation.

Our second concern on payroll taxes has to do with the concern that many have expressed that once COVID-19 is over, our employers may choose to keep more employees working from home on a permanent basis.  That will impact our payroll taxes.  We cannot predict what our employers are going to do. We do know that our largest employers own brick and mortar here in Mayfield Village so it is our hope that they are going to continue to utilize office space that they already own. We also have some manufacturing facilities here in Mayfield Village and that work cannot be done from home so while we really can’t predict the future what we can and we will do is continue to work with our businesses toward positive incomes both for us and for them.

Shifting slightly but still on a COVID-19 track, we have a new issue of the Voice of the Village that just went to the printer, I believe today. That is going to be in everybody’s mailbox very shortly.  For that issue I requested that our Finance Director, Mr. Wynne prepare a comprehensive article talking about our finances, our budgeting in light of COVID-19 concerns which we do take very seriously. Our intention here is to be fully transparent as well as to address concerns that our residents might have.  I am very proud of this issue of the VOV. Not only does it address issues of COVID-19, but I hope it provides our community with a reassurance that we are dedicated to providing everyone with the services and amenities that they are used to having and that these are top priority for us. I want to thank all of the members of Council and the Administration for standing behind that and voting appropriately to keep up all of our services that we provide to the citizens of Mayfield Village.

Now if you read the June financial report that Mr. Wynne has prepared, you will know that our income from June of 2020 is lower than our income that we had in June of 2019.   Of course we anticipate that there is going to be a decrease in income at least for the second half of this year and probably beyond that.  However, comparing income from the first half of 2020, and the income that we had for the first half of 2019, we are actually a little bit ahead this year.  Our total 2020 income through June 30th is equal to about 70% of our entire operating budget for the year, so that is also a good thing.  It is also appropriate to note at this time that our current surplus stands at around $31 million.  That’s a number that’s pretty much unheard of not just in communities of our size but in communities that are much larger than ours.  We generally don’t go around touting that statistic.  It’s not how we operate.  But this is a time I think people need to know that we have money in the bank and we can get through this storm.  Although we can’t predict the future, we are looking at all of the possibilities and our reserves will allow us to plan and adjust as we need to.

Now shifting gears to some NOACA news.  Over the past year, year and a half, we have met with Grace Galluci and other members of the NOACA team to talk about traffic congestion at the I-271/Wilson Mills interchange and along the roads that feed into that interchange.  One of the suggestions that we made to NOACA early on was that maybe it would be a good idea to put in a brand new interchange at 271 at White Road which would be mostly in Willoughby Hills.  We didn’t have the feeling that that was really a possibility, but if you read yesterday’s paper, there was a big article about NOACA and they are indeed now considering putting in an interchange at White Road and 271 in Willoughby Hills.  They are currently developing new policies and guides as to the placement of interchanges and so when they evaluate the White Road proposal it will be evaluated against the guidelines that are not finalized yet so we are going to work with John Marquart to promote that interchange.  It will alleviate a lot of traffic coming out of our businesses and going into our businesses in Mayfield Village and it will also reduce the traffic for our residents.

And the last thing I wanted to report to you on is that we were advised that there is a real need for poll workers to work in person at the election this year.  You know that many of the individuals who do work the polls are senior citizens and a lot of them are choosing not to work this time around because they are more susceptible to COVID-19.  So, there is a real need for election workers. Please get the word out. There is training required, so the sooner you get the word out, the better. I ask all the members of Council and whoever’s listening to this to spread the word.  Anyone who’s interested should contact the Board of Elections as soon as possible.

That’s everything. Thank you Council President.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you Mayor Bodnar.

Comments from Council President Schutt:

Although it was already mentioned at a previous meeting, Happy early Birthday to Councilman Denny Murphy.  His birthday is next Tuesday, July 28th.  Happy Birthday.

Our Caucus meeting is scheduled for Monday, August 3rd and the next regularly scheduled meeting of Council is August 17th.  At this time, we do not know if these meetings will be held virtually or in person.  The website will be updated with this information and notification will be sent to the news media as soon as we have that decision.

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

Council President Schutt stated, Mrs. Betsa has received some comments and will read them into the record.

Michael Girbino
6815 Meadowood Dr

I hope all is well.  I understand that some consideration is being given to increasing the Mayor’s salary and fortifying the wage package with health care benefits and thought I would take a moment to weigh in as both a long time resident and retired full time administrative employee.

I have been of the belief for many years that the Mayor’s position was grossly underpaid.  The demands of the position, liability, stress and time commitment certainly in my opinion justify a much higher rate of pay as well as access to other benefits including health care.

As the Village is no longer the sleepy little town I began working for in 1985, or chose as the community  to make my home and raise my children in back in 1990,  I believe the Mayor’s position could justifiably be a full-time job with salary and benefits comparable to a full time department head.  That said, as a resident I fully support increasing the Mayor’s salary as well as providing access to healthcare and other benefits currently offered to full time staff.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Best Regards,

Mary Salomon
477 Hickory Hill Drive

I just wanted to let you know that I am very much in favor of the proposed raise/benefits for the mayor as well as the modest increases for the council.  The amount of work needed for the mayor to really support the Village justifies the request.  I am glad the village is considering taking this to the residents for a vote: that is the most up front fair way to deal with this.

Cheers & stay healthy,

Jim Farmer
6515 Derby Drive

Marybeth, I wanted to get you something in writing regarding my support of the new ordinance increasing both the Mayor’s and Council Members’ compensation. The services and amenities that we enjoy in Mayfield Village are unsurpassed anywhere else in Cuyahoga County and to keep it that way and to attract the quality of leadership we want and need we must provide adequate and fair compensation. The Village may be relatively small population wise, but with the great business base we want to maintain, our excellent schools, and unsurpassed services we need to attract and keep highly qualified leaders in place.

Mary C. Nichols-Brondfield
6794 Metro Park Drive
Mayfield Village, Ohio 44143

As a citizen of Mayfield Village for over twenty-five years I would like to say I disapprove of  the lucrative pay increase with benefits for the mayor and the pay increase for members of council.

During  these  unprecedented  times with a pandemic sweeping our country and the world I find it unconscionable that you would determine this  is the time to proceed and pass votes for yourselves to receive pay raises. A pay raise for the mayor  which is over 100 % if we include medical benefits is ridiculous. A community on par with the village would be Richmond Heights and the salary their mayor earns seems appropriate. Our mayor already has a full time job and I do not believe we should be providing her with the proposed salary and  medical benefits. In a conversation with the Mayor she told me how hard and long she was working now because of the pandemic. All citizens are working harder and longer during this pandemic and this unstable time in our country's history. No one should be getting pay raises!. Families and businesses are struggling.

The timing of the votes by council  to make these changes is very interesting. I recall during 2017 when another  council member, also an attorney, wanted to get medical benefits paid for by the citizens of the village.  If you recall  many members of the community arrived  upset and it was dismissed. Here we are again, but because the council  meetings are all online  citizens can not truly show their disapproval  and must wait until November.

I will be voting against these pay raises in November and it is my hope that the citizens of Mayfield Village will do the same.

Respectfully,

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Mrs. Betsa.

DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS:

Finance Department – Ron Wynne: Yes, a couple of items.  Regarding the CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund, we received funds of $41,564.59.  There are three pieces of legislation on the agenda tonight that need to be passed.  One resolution actually creates the Fund to have the accounting records on our books.  The second resolution is to adjust the amended certificate of official resources with the County and the third is an ordinance appropriating funds so that we can go ahead and expend that money.  So those will all need to be passed this evening.

The second item is the Finance report. I think the Mayor hit on all the key points that I was going to hit on so I won’t repeat that, but I just wanted to mention that through our July collection of income tax, we are $213,000 ahead of last year at this time with last year being a record year so our taxes are still tracking very very strongly as well as our General Fund revenue.  And again, our taxes represent 86% of our General Fund receipts at any point in time.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Mr. Wynne.

Law Department – Mr. Coyne:  Thank you Council President.  I wanted to take a moment and address two pieces of legislation before you for Second Read. One is the repeal of the Drainage and Infrastructure Committee, it’s legislation that’s been in place since 2000, so 20 years, and the introduction of the Moral Claims Commission.

At the end of the day, part of this was raised because the Drainage and Infrastructure Committee was established for one purpose and that was to create a Drainage and Infrastructure Committee to determine whether or not citizens or residents were subject to property damage in regard to maintaining their property.  This often involved excessive ponding, the need for swales or drainage areas that were blocked up.  Some of this was the result of action or inaction of the Village concerning development and there was apparently a lot more drainage issue in the early 2000’s.

At some point in time a score card was created and a point evaluation system was put in place and the Drainage and Infrastructure Committee could make decisions based on whether certain criteria was met.  They would meet and vote to determine whether a system should be provided to a resident. They had authority up to $10,000. Beyond $10,000, the Village Council had to approve of those funds.  The Village Council also had to fund the Drainage and Infrastructure needs to $25,000 per year although that could also be exceeded by action of the Village Council.  And again, this only involved Drainage and Infrastructure.

So, the thought had been and this was discussed months ago originally to create a claims process by which a resident could file a claim with the Village and there would be a determination.  If the claim were subject to, let’s say an insurance policy the Village has, it would be paid from that if the claim was recognized. If it was not, maybe there was some immunity involved, it would be in a gray area and the Village might have some moral obligation to help that resident out, depending on what the circumstances were.  They might have an issue with the Service Department.   They might have an issue with maybe emergency snow removal that damages somebody’s property, so since it was in the middle of a snowstorm, there may very well be immunity, but the Village might want to assist that resident.

I have gotten a few questions on it and I just wanted to clarify the way it’s established.  The claim would come in.  As Law Director, I would make the determination if it was appropriate to submit it as a moral claim.  Or if it was a legal claim, it could be addressed through insurance.  If it was a moral claim and it was less than $1,000, the Mayor could make the decision about paying that resident.  Beyond that, it would be submitted to the Commission which would consist of the Law Director or designee, President of Council, Director of Administration and Finance Director.  The maximum amount that could be provided would be $25,000.  That number was just determined as a cap.  The Drainage and Infrastructure Committee was funded up to $25,000 so that was placed as a cap or maximum amount.  If it came in and was approved by the Commission, it would then go to the Village Council for approval, modification or rejection.

That is the process that is being proposed.  By doing that, it would be appropriate to repeal the Drainage and Infrastructure Committee legislation which is 955 and then to introduce a Moral Claims Commission.  It seems to be an appropriate measure to still address some of the needs of the Village residents and also provide a procedure that could be put in place and get some objective review and of course no payments will be made unless a full release is provided by the resident that may have been subject to damages.  So, I just wanted to raise that now.  It will be on the agenda later on, but I can answer questions now or we can wait until the discussion portion of the agenda of those two pieces of legislation.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Mr. Coyne.

Committee Reports:

Council President Schutt stated, there are no Committee reports this evening.

OLD BUSINESS:

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-12, entitled, “An ordinance amending the compensation of the Mayor, President of Council and Members of Council.”  Introduced by Council President Schutt, Council President Pro Tem Meyers, Councilman Williams, Councilwoman Jurcisek and Councilman Murphy. (Administration) (First Reading – June 15, 2020) (Second Reading – July 6, 2020)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-12.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-13, entitled, “An ordinance proposing an amendment to Article III, Section 6 of the Charter of Mayfield Village, relative to the compensation of the Mayor and Members of Council.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration) (First Reading – June 15, 2020) (Second Reading – July 6, 2020)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-13.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-14, entitled, “An ordinance proposing an amendment to Article V, Section 6(E), of the Charter of Mayfield Village to allow competition for the appointment to the position of Chief within the Police and Fire Departments and Assistant Chief of Fire within the Fire Department to include individuals outside of the department should there be two or less qualified interested individuals from the supervisory lower ranks.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration) (First Reading – June 15, 2020) (Second Reading – July 6, 2020)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-14.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-15, entitled, “An ordinance proposing an amendment to Article V, Section 12 of the Charter of Mayfield Village, to substitute the term “Board of Zoning Appeals” for “Board of Appeals”, “Board” and “BZA” in this section and throughout the Charter where applicable.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration) (First Reading – June 15, 2020)  (Second Reading – July 6, 2020)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-15.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-16, entitled, “An ordinance proposing an amendment to Article IV, Section 4 and Article V, Section 5 of the Charter of Mayfield Village so as to provide gender neutral language.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration) (First Reading – June 15, 2020) (Second Reading – July 6, 2020)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-16.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-17, entitled, “An ordinance repealing Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 955 Drainage and Infrastructure.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration) (First Reading – June 15, 2020)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance No. 2020-17 will move to Third Read.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-18, entitled, “An ordinance enacting Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 159 Moral Claims.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration) (First Reading – June 15, 2020)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

Mrs. Jurcisek stated, I do have one question.  Mr. Coyne, you had mentioned in your comments that there was a $25,000 cap?  Is that per resident or per incident?

Mr. Coyne replied, per incident, yes.

Mrs. Jurcisek stated, okay so if a resident had more than one issue, it would be handled individually.

Mr. Coyne stated, theoretically that could happen I suppose.  It would be rare, but yes it could happen.

Mrs. Jurcisek stated, okay.  Great.  Thank you.

Council President Schutt asked, any other questions at this time?

There were none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance No. 2020-18 will move to Third Read.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-19, entitled, “An ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Section 1105.02 relating to granting variances.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration)  (First Reading – June 15, 2020)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance No. 2020-17 will move to Third Read.

NEW BUSINESS:

  • Motion to approve recommendation from Planning & Zoning Commission denying the Conditional Use Permit for Barkour (Indoor Dog Park) at 740 Beta Drive for applicant Brad Roskoph, CEO.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve recommendation from Planning & Zoning Commission denying the Conditional Use Permit for Barkour (Indoor Dog Park) at 740 Beta Drive for applicant Brad Roskoph, CEO.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Recommendation Denying Conditional Use Permit Approved.

  • Motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for June 2020 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 June 2020 and to approve of same as submitted. (Finance Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Financial Reports for June 2020 Acknowledged And Approved as Submitted.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $12,596.35 to Treasurer of State of Ohio c/o Ohio Department of Transportation for balance owed on Village portion of ODOT 2016 SOM Center Road Resurfacing Project.  (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $12,596.35 to Treasurer of State of Ohio c/o Ohio Department of Transportation for balance owed on Village portion of ODOT 2016 SOM Center Road Resurfacing Project.  (Finance Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize the purchase of 1,800 (+/- 10%) tons of road salt from Compass Minerals, Inc. for the 2020-2021 winter season at a cost of $50.20 a ton in an amount not to exceed $99,396.00.  (Service Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize the purchase of 1,800 (+/- 10%) tons of road salt from Compass Minerals, Inc. for the 2020-2021 winter season at a cost of $50.20 a ton in an amount not to exceed $99,396.00.  (Service Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize an expenditure in an amount not to exceed $42,000 for the purchase of a used 2015 Dodge Ram 5500 – Versalift VST47-MHI from Utility Truck Trader LLC (Service Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize an expenditure in an amount not to exceed $42,000 for the purchase of a used 2015 Dodge Ram 5500 – Versalift VST47-MHI from Utility Truck Trader LLC (Service Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • First Reading of Ordinance 2020-20, entitled, “An ordinance appropriating funds for current expenses and expenditures for Fund 209 (Cares Act Coronavirus Relief Fund) of Mayfield Village, Ohio for the period from March 1, 2020 and ending December 30, 2020 and declaring an emergency.  (Finance Department)

Mr. 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 Schutt asked, discussion?

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. 2020-20.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Resolution No. 2020-32, entitled, “An emergency resolution providing for the creation of a “Cares Act Coronavirus Relief Fund” and authorizing the deposit of funds into such account.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2020-32.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2020-33, entitled, “A resolution requesting the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Officer to adjust the amended official certificate of estimate resources for 2020.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2020-33.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2020-34, entitled, “A resolution authorizing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into an amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding with the Chagrin River Watershed Partners, Inc. for providing assistance to Mayfield Village relative to fulfilling obligations under its stormwater management program.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2020-34.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?  Any questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

ANY OTHER MATTER BEFORE COUNCIL

Council President Schutt asked, are there any other matters that may come before Council this evening?

There were none.

ADJOURNMENT

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

The meeting adjourned at 7:43 p.m.  The next Regular Meeting of Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, August 17, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.