Council: February 15th 2021

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
MAYFIELD VILLAGE, OHIO
Monday, February 15, 2021 – 7:00 p.m.
Videoconferenced in Main Conference Room-Mayfield Village Civic Center

Present in Main Conference Room:  Council President Schutt.  All other members of Council, Mayor Bodnar, Mr. Wynne, Ms. Weber and Mrs. Betsa in attendance via ZOOM. 

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

Council President Schutt stated, welcome to the Regular Meeting of Council for Mayfield Village, Ohio.  Today is Monday, February 15, 2021.   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, amended by House Bill 404).  Under the orders of Governor DeWine and the Director of Health of Ohio, and pursuant to Ordinance 2020-08, adopted March 16, 2020, Council is meeting remotely, via electronic means. Notice of this meeting was sent to the news media on February 12, 2021.  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.

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 Ms. Weber

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.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES:

Regular Council Meeting – January 19, 2021

Mr. Murphy, seconded by Mrs. Jurcisek, made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of January 19, 2021 as written. 

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes of January 19, 2021 Meeting Approved as Written.

Comments from Mayor Bodnar:

Thank you, Council President.  I would like to wish everyone a Happy Belated Valentine’s Day and a Happy President’s Day.  I hope everybody had a chance to have a little bit of enjoyment on these holidays over the past couple of days.

Also, as I look out my window, I am reminded of how much we appreciate our Service Department for keeping our roads clean.  But I have something else to talk about with them tonight and the special work that two of our members did.  On February 4th, two members of the Service Department, Lenny Tierney and Scott Sipos, observed that a pedestrian crossing SOM Center Road near Wilson Mills had been struck by a vehicle and was laying unconscious in the street. Scott and Lenny immediately moved their Service vehicle over there.  They protected the area so that no cars could come upon the victim and they protected the people who had come by, the Good Samaritans to help.  I have no doubt that in doing that, they really secured her safety and they stayed on the scene until the Police and EMS could arrive.  That went a long way in helping the victim of that accident.  I issued a Commendation to both Scott and Lenny thanking them for their service here in Mayfield Village.  We expect a high level of service and professionalism and kindness from our employees and I think on February 4th, Scott and Lenny exemplified the best that we have to offer.  I wanted to let Council know that and that I have given each of them a Commendation for their service.

That’s all I have this evening. Thank you, Council President.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you Mayor Bodnar.

Comments From Council President Schutt

Our next Regular Meeting of Council is scheduled for Monday, March 15th.  Caucus is scheduled for Monday, March 1st.   Both meetings will be virtual.  I also wanted to mention again about our Special Election on March 16th.  Please give it time if you plan on submitting an Absentee Ballot.  You can of course vote in person as well at the Civic Center on March 16th.

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

Mrs. Betsa stated, yes, Council President, I have received a few letters to read into the record this evening.

Mary C. Nichols-Brondfield
6794 Metro Park Drive

To: The residents of Mayfield Village, Mayor Bodnar and Village Council,

I would like this letter read as a public record during the Mayfield Village Council Meeting on Monday February 15, 2021 in Mayfield Village, Ohio.

I urge all voters to vote YES on the two proposed Charter Amendments on March 16th in Mayfield Village, Ohio in order to have a voice to limit terms for all politicians in the village. Residents should not be confused by the recent large postcard sent out by "Citizens for Quality Government" that appears to suggest that residents will lose their rights.  This is wrong!  By voting YES residents will secure their right to vote in new candidates to better serve the community, limit politicians and they will secure their right to vote out long term politicians who do not listen to nor serve the interests of all village residents.  Although the postcard suggests that longevity is good it is NOT necessarily as suggested. Longevity is not synonymous with good service to all residents over the years.  Longevity does not necessarily create excellence. It is through new individuals and new ideas that we can collaborate and make the village a better place for all residents. 

This postcard also suggests through the "WHO" that the amendments are from individuals who lost prior elections. We should not forget that in order to get the amendments residents needed to sign that they wanted these amendments on the ballot! There were in our tiny village over 100 residents of bipartisan support who wanted to see these amendments on the ballot after the recent attempts by the mayor and council to increase their pay during this unprecedented time of high unemployment and a national pandemic. 

At this council meeting I would like the Mayor and each Member of Council answer the following questions:

  1. Are you or any member of your family a member of the Citizens for Quality Government?
  2. Is or was anyone serving on Citizens for Quality Government a financial contributor to your political campaign?
  3. Is or was anyone serving on Citizens for Quality Government a non-paid member of your political campaign?

Again, I urge voters to vote YES on both amendments this March 16, 2021 either by mail or at the Civic Center. We need to make our elected politicians aware that we care about the village, we care about our voice and we care who represents us and for how long! Thank you for your time and your responses to the three questions. Thank you to the residents for listening tonight.

Respectfully,

Ms. Weber stated, it should also be noted that in the Public Comment portion of the meeting, Council members are not obligated to answer questions that are posed by residents.  It should also be noted that the mailing that is being discussed in this letter was not sent out nor paid for by Mayfield Village, but sent out by a private citizen’s group.

Art Goldstein
6467 Derby Drive

Subject: A Village Resident’s Perspective on Term Limits for Mayor and Council Members

I read with interest Law Director Coyne’s Voice of the Village article (Winter 2021) on term limits for the mayor and council members. The article outlines the history of term limits in the Village and the arguments both for and against.  My wife and I have lived in the Village since 1984.  Obviously, we have seen much change over the years, most of which has been to our liking.  In my opinion, the greatest change occurred during the period when Bruce Rinker was elected Village mayor (1995-2015).   I distinctly recall attending the open forum mayoral debate prior to the election.  He fielded a question from Mr. Keith Hamilton, an executive at Allen Bradley, regarding his “vision” for Mayfield Village.  Mr. Rinker was highly prepared and gave a detailed outline of where he intended to lead the Village.  His vision included clear thoughts on expenditures, economic development, commercialization, resident services, and greenspace preservation.  The vision was far reaching and probably extended beyond the two-term limit of his office at the time. It was his performance in this debate that convinced my wife and I to vote for him in the November election.

Residents were satisfied with Mayor Rinker’s performance, and as a result rescinded the existing term limits on his office in 2004 so he could continue to run for office.  I do not believe we would have seen as much progress in our Village had term limits remained.  With term limits removed administrative continuity was maintained. Mr. Rinker certainly had his opponents who did not share his vision.  The voters could have voted him out of office if they chose to do so.  But they didn’t.

In 2016 Mayor Rinker decided not to seek re-election.  He could have left office without endorsing a potential successor.  However, he ended up supporting a well-qualified candidate, Mrs. Brenda Bodnar.  From a candidate’s perspective it is probably nice to have the endorsement of a popular outgoing mayor.  From my perspective as a voter, the mayor’s endorsement was not enough and it was important for me to get to know Mrs. Bodnar.  This was accomplished, once again, in an open forum debate.  In my opinion her performance far exceeded that of the other candidates.  Together with the outgoing mayor’s endorsement, her excellent qualifications, and her performance in the debate, voters elected her mayor.

In closing, let me say that I plan to vote against term limits for mayor and council members at this time.  Rather than limiting their tenure by law, potential candidates should express their respective views in open forum debates.  Let the voters decide whether or not to keep them in office. We are a relatively small community of about 3400 people with a pool of qualified candidates much smaller than, for example, Mayfield Heights or Solon.  If voters suspect nefarious activity or activity not in the best interests of our citizens, term limits may be appropriate and should be considered.  I believe the current administration is prudent and transparent. Voters always have the option of attending council meetings and participating in government.  The Village provides an abundance of information online. I am confident in our leadership and I continue to remain highly optimistic about the future of Mayfield Village. 

Respectfully,

Jean Triner and Jim Triner
829 Hanover Rd

Dear Mayfield Village Neighbors,

We are so fortunate to have a top-notch Mayor and great Council members who spend countless hours making sure our village is one of the best possible places in NE Ohio to live and thrive.

On March 16th there are 2 ballot issues that are proposing term limits for our mayor and members of council. We feel it is in the Mayfield Village’s best interest to continue to benefit from their dedication, wisdom, and experience.  Thus, we urge you to protect our right to choose them in future elections by voting “NO” on Charter Amendments 1 and 2.

Back in 1788, Roger Sherman, a Founding Father of the United States, in an open letter wrote “Nothing renders government more unstable than a frequent change of persons that administer it”.

A 2018 study by the Brookings institute highlights the real down sides that would result if these two amendments are adopted:

  1. It takes away power from the voters by severely curtailing the choices of the voters..
  2. The public is not best served if inexperienced members are making policy decisions with widespread, lasting effects.
  3. Limits incentives for gaining policy expertise
  4. It automatically kicks out effective lawmakers
  5. Does little to minimize corruptive behavior and actually exacerbates it.

As an example of the types of behavior outlined above, Law Director Anthony Coyne recently conveyed some of the above points in his recent Voice of the Village article.  He wrote “the resident committee submitting the petitions stated they preferred to wait until the general election in 2021 for these changes to take place. Unfortunately, Ohio Constitution does not allow that kind of delay and the resident committee was UNWILLING to rescind and submit at a later date. The cost of this election will be charged to the Village”.

This special election comes at a time of inclement weather, and a surging COVID-19 epidemic, that may be impacting some of our older Village residents. It also results in unnecessary costs. All of this could have been avoided if the ballot issue had been postponed until the next general election.

If at any point the Mayor or any of the council members are no longer living up to our high expectations, we will retain our right to vote them out by voting “NO” on both proposed amendments 1 and 2.

From many conversations, we know that a lot of Mayfield Village residents agree that both amendments should be voted down.  To make sure that happens, we just need to get them out to vote.

Please reach out to your Village friends and neighbors to urge them to the get to get to the polls on March 16th or to let them know the importance of voting by absentee. Details are on the Mayfield Village website and in the winter edition of the Voice of the Village. Many thanks!

Mike Girbino
6815 Meadowood Drive

I wanted to take a minute to briefly express my opinion and concerns regarding the proposed charter amendments that would limit the terms of our elected officials, and request my comments be read at the next council meeting and entered into the meeting record.

While I believe term limits have their place and serve a purpose especially with regard to representation at a federal level with regard to both the executive and legislative branches of government, I also feel that such legislation imposed at a local level could actually prove counter-productive.  In short, term limits could easily rob this great community of those who give so much of themselves and have been so committed in service to all of us by forcing those officials out of office after their term has concluded.  The electorate in this community therefore bears the responsibility of ensuring their elected representatives perform their duties appropriately knowing they wield the ability to elect new representation if necessary.  This is a system which works, I therefore can see no justifiable reason to move towards establishing term limits and abandoning this system that has served our village so well for so many years.

Thank You,

Raymond and Sandra Koren
822 Hanover Road

To:  Mayfield Village Council
Re:  Term Limits

Thank you for the opportunity to express our opinion on the question of term limits in the upcoming Special Election.

We are against term limits. 

As 35 plus years of residents and business owners in Mayfield Village, we have seen and worked for a large number of persons elected to Mayor and Council.  We must say we are very happy and proud of our current Administration.  Without naming names, look at our current and past officials and we see no reason for term limits.

As voters, we can limit any of their terms if we disapprove of their performance by voting them out.

Thank you again for the opportunity to share our opinions.

Department Head Reports:             

Mary Betsa (Council Clerk) - The Northeast Ohio City Council Association (NOCCA) is presenting their 1st Quarterly Forum virtually on Thursday, February 18th at 6:45.  The subject is on The Census – What’s at Stake for your Residents?  Please let me know if you are interested in participating and I will register you.  Also, providing an update on the Civil Service Commission Service Department Entrance Examination, as of today 21 applications have been submitted.  The deadline is this Thursday. The examination is on Tuesday, February 23rd at 4:00 and another at 7:00 p.m.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you Mrs. Betsa.

Ronald Wynne (Finance Dept.) – Thank you Council President.  I will save my comments for items as they come up on the agenda. 

Council President Schutt stated, thank you Mr. Wynne.

Katie Weber (Law Dept.) – The Law Department does not have a report at this time.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you Ms. Weber.

OLD BUSINESS:

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-33, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1519-Fireworks.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) (Fire Department)

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

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-34, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1383–Automatic Fire Suppression Equipment.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.  (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) (Fire Department)

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

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-35, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1329-Ohio Building Code.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.  (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) (Fire Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-35.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-36, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 141-Fire Department.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) (Fire Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-36.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-37, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 749-Recovery Costs for Emergency Actions.” (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.  (Fire Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-37.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-38, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 971 pertaining to alarms.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) (Fire Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-38.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-39, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1501-Ohio Fire Code.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) (Fire Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-39.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Third Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-40, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1522 Building Marking Systems.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – December 21, 2020; Second Reading – January 19, 2021) (Fire Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2020-40.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2021-01, entitled, “An Ordinance repealing and replacing Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Section 521.20 relating to smoking in Mayfield Village.”  (First Reading – January 19, 2021) Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance 2021-01 will move to Third Read.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2021-02, entitled, “An Ordinance appropriating funds for current expenses and expenditures of Mayfield Village, Ohio for the period from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021 and declaring an emergency.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Read in title only – January 19, 2021) (Finance Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

Mr. Wynne stated, Council President, I wanted to just mention that I have met with all of the Department Heads and we have reviewed the budget in detail.  A few Department Heads did have some changes they requested.  I will summarize those changes to Council in a memo so that you are aware of them.  Again, I encourage any member of Council if you have any questions on the budget process itself, please feel free to give me a call any time.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Mr. Wynne.  Any other questions or discussion?

There was none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance 2021-02 will move to Third Read.

  • Resolution No. 2021-05, entitled, “A resolution requesting the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Officer to adjust the amended official certificate of estimated resources for 2021.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Read in title only) (Finance Department).

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none. 

Council President Schutt stated, Resolution No. 2021-05 will be considered for passage at the Regular Meeting of Council in March.

NEW BUSINESS:

  • Motion to approve recommendation from Planning and Zoning Commission concerning the renewal of Conditional Use Permits with a new expiration date of December 2022.  (Building Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve recommendation from Planning and Zoning Commission concerning the renewal of Conditional Use Permits with a new expiration date of December 2022.  (Building Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None
ABSTAIN: Meyers (As to Ken's Auto Service Only)

Motion Carried. Recommendation Approved. Conditional Use Permits Renewed to December 2022.

  • Motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for January, 2021 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 January, 2021 and to approve of same as submitted. (Finance Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Financial Reports for January 2021 Acknowledged and Approved as Submitted.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $12,190.74 to Stryker ProCare Services for maintenance to ambulance power load system, power cots and stair chairs.  (2-year agreement at $6,095.35 per year representing 15% discount).  (Fire Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $12,190.74 to Stryker ProCare Services for maintenance to ambulance power load system, power cots and stair chairs.  (2-year agreement at $6,095.35 per year representing 15% discount).  (Fire Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $15,000 to American Fireworks for 4th of July Celebration.  (Actual cost $20,000; $5,000 credit from 2020) (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $15,000 to American Fireworks for 4th of July Celebration.  (Actual cost $20,000; $5,000 credit from 2020) (Parks and Recreation)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $16,500 to Amanda Slutsky, dba Rookie Sports Club for Rookie Sports Camp – 2021.  (pass-through) (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $16,500 to Amanda Slutsky, dba Rookie Sports Club for Rookie Sports Camp – 2021.  (pass-through) (Parks and Recreation)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $14,000 to Aris Company for restroom facilities for parks – 2021.  (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $14,000 to Aris Company for restroom facilities for parks – 2021.  (Parks and Recreation)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $15,000 to O.P. Aquatics for chemicals for Parkview Pool for the 2021 season. (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $15,000 to O.P. Aquatics for chemicals for Parkview Pool for the 2021 season. (Parks and Recreation)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $23,000 to Suburban Police Anti-Crime Network (S.P.A.N.) for 2021 dues.  (Police Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $23,000 to Suburban Police Anti-Crime Network (S.P.A.N.) for 2021 dues.  (Police Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None
ABSTAIN: Meyers

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $73,864 to Greve Chrysler Jeep Dodge for two new police vehicles with equipment.  (Police Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $73,864 to Greve Chrysler Jeep Dodge for two new police vehicles with equipment.  (Police Department)

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

  • First Reading of Ordinance No. 2021-03, entitled, “An Emergency Ordinance to approve current replacement pages to the Mayfield Village Codified Ordinances.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (Administration)

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance No. 2021-03 must be passed this evening on emergency approving the current replacement pages and allowing the codifier to update the Codified Ordinances.

Mr. Murphy, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, 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. 2021-03.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

Mrs. Betsa stated, the replacement pages are for all of the legislation passed in 2020.  They have been printed and forwarded to me.  If anyone would like a paper copy to update their books, just let me know and I will forward a packet with the replacement pages to you.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Mrs. Betsa.  Are there any other questions?

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

  • Resolution No. 2021-06, entitled, “An emergency resolution authorizing Mayfield Village to take all actions necessary to accept Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) 2021 Energized Community Grant.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2021-06.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2021-07, entitled, “A resolution authorizing an Agreement with MetLife as and for an employee AD&D and Life Insurance Program.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2021-07.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Resolution No. 2021-08, entitled, “A resolution authorizing an agreement with Delta Dental as and for an employee dental program.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar (Finance Department)

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2021-08.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

ANY OTHER MATTERS:

Council President Schutt asked, are there any other matters to come before Council at this time?

There were no further matters.

ADJOURNMENT:

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

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Meeting Adjourned.

The meeting adjourned at 7:36 p.m. The next Regular meeting of Council will be held virtually on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.