Council: September 19th 2022

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
MAYFIELD VILLAGE, OHIO
Monday, September 19, 2022 – 7:00 p.m.
Mayfield Village Civic Hall-Mayfield Village Civic Center

The Council of Mayfield Village met in Regular Session on Monday, September 19, 2022, at Mayfield Village Civic Hall at the Mayfield Village Civic Center.   Council President Schutt called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m.

Council President Schutt asked, Mrs. Betsa, may I have a Roll Call, please?

ROLL CALL:

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

Also Present: Mayor Bodnar, Ms. Calta, Mr. Wynne, Chief Carcioppolo, Chief Matias, Mr. Marquart, Mr. McAvinew, Mr. Russell, Mr. Sipos, Ms. Wolgamuth, and Mrs. Betsa

Absent: Mr. Murphy and Mr. Cappello

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Mrs. Betsa.  Please let the record show that Councilman Murphy and Mr. Cappello are both excused from this evening’s meeting.

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was given.

  • Presentation of Commendation to Officer Stipe Bajan

Council President asked, Mayor Bodnar?

Mayor Bodnar stated, thank you, Council President. Tonight I have the honor of recognizing Patrol Officer Stipe Bajan for his exemplary service in the line of duty.  Officer Bajan I have issued a Commendation to you and if you will stand I will read it into the record:

Dear Officer Bajan:

On August 30, 2022, a small airplane crash landed behind Mayfield Middle School in Mayfield Heights.  Not knowing the severity of the crash, Officers Andy Duffy and Stipe Bajan both responded to assist Mayfield Heights Police.  As one of the first on-scene officers, Officer Bajan observed that one of the passengers of the airplane had a severe laceration on his arm.  Without delay, Officer Bajan began delivering medical care to the man by applying a tourniquet to his injured arm and assisting with treatment until the man could be transported to the hospital.  It turned out the man was the pilot. I have no doubt that your skill and quick action saved the pilot’s arm and quite possibly his life.  Your immediate observation of the situation, recognition of its severity, and quick response shows your dedication and professionalism.  Your response to this incident exemplifies the finest Mayfield Village has to offer and I am pleased to present this Commendation to you for your actions on August 30, 2022.

Council President Schutt stated, next, I would like to welcome Brian Thunberg, Government Liaison for the Northeast Ohio Regional Income Tax Agency.  Mr. Thunberg?

  • Proclamation presented by Brian R. Thunberg, Government Liaison Northeast Ohio Regional Income Tax Agency recognizing Mayfield Village for being an original member of RITA and our 50-year partnership.

Good evening Council President Schutt, Mayor Bodnar and all distinguished members of Council.  My name is Brian Thunberg.  I am the Government Liaison of the Regional Income Tax Agency.  The reason why I am here this evening is to present Mayfield Village with a Proclamation of our partnership over the last 50 years.  Also, with regard to income tax, I am opening up for questions to Council afterwards.

The Regional Income Tax Agency and Mayfield Village have partnered together for nearly a half century. RITA, founded in 1971, by 38 member municipalities established a central collection facility to administer income tax to all of those local communities.  RITA has celebrated 50 years of serving Ohio communities and their taxpayers while growing to more than 360 members in 70 counties in the State of Ohio.  RITA now collects for approximately 50% of the State of Ohio, nearly $2 billion in local income tax.  The Regional Income Tax Agency’s Board of Trustees as the governing body of the Regional Income Tax Agency wishes to recognize and thank Mayfield Village for its participation in and the founding of and the continued success of the Regional Income Tax Agency.  At this time, I would like to present this Proclamation to Mayor Brenda Bodnar and the entire Administration of Mayfield Village.  Thank you very much Mayor for your partnership over the last 50 years. We look forward to another 50 years.

Mayor Bodnar stated, we are also.  Thank you.  I would like to say that on behalf of Mayfield Village, we are very proud partners in RITA and we are very appreciative of all of your leadership, dedication, professionalism and especially your guidance over the last couple of years.  Thank you so much.  This means a lot to us.  Thank you.

Mr. Thunberg stated, thank you Mayor.  Lastly, I just wanted to take a couple of minutes of Council’s time just to reassess our partnership with Mayfield Village. As you all are aware, RITA has been in business for 50 years. We are a full-service tax collection agency from registration through litigation.  We continue that support with Mayfield Village and all of our other municipalities that we serve throughout the State of Ohio.  Mayfield Village has been a great partner with us.  I would also like to acknowledge Director Wynne for his contributions to the Regional Income Tax Agency and our dedicated partnership that we have had over several years, probably 20 now that Ron and I have worked together.  It’s been a great partnership with the Village and also with RITA. We just want to thank you guys for being our partners and also recognizing the fact that we have a very strong partnership with all of our communities in the State of Ohio.

Again, thank you to the Council.  Thank you for having me out this evening.  I would like to open it up to Council if they have any questions with regards to income-tax related items.  If not, I do thank you for your evening.

There were no questions.

Mr. Thunberg stated, again, we are trying to collect that money for you.  We are keeping an eye on things throughout the State of Ohio down in Columbus and also in Washington, D.C. as well.  We have our ears to the ground. We are making sure that all RITA communities are in the loop of everything and we make sure that the appropriate people within the administration are up to breast of everything that’s going on as far as income tax is concerned. Again, thank you very much for your time this evening.  It was a pleasure being out here and recognizing Mayfield Village.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Mr. Thunberg.  Next, we would like to welcome Dr. Michael Barnes, Superintendent of the Mayfield School District who’s here this evening.  We also want to acknowledge the School Board members Al Hess, Ron Fornaro and also Treasurer Scott Snyder. Dr. Barnes is here to present the State of the Schools.

  • State of the Schools Presentation – Dr. Michael J. Barnes, Superintendent of Mayfield City School District.

Dr. Barnes stated, thank you Council President Schutt, Mayor Bodnar, Council members and staff. We are excited to be here to share some brief comments tonight on the State of the Schools.  We will share some highlights from last year.  We will talk about our strategic priorities in 2022, 2023 and beyond.  Mr. Snyder then will have some commentary on some capital improvements, operations.  We will then open it up for questions if you have any at the end.  We promise to be efficient.  We know that Council has a lot of work ahead of them.  We are very very thankful for this opportunity to come and spend some time with you all.

The following is a summary of the presentation:

2021 District Highlights

  • The state report card came out. We are 4 out of 5 stars (exceeding State standards).  We look forward to additional work moving forward.
  • We received 5 out of 5 stars at the District component.
  • Ranked an “A” for outstanding delivery of educational programming
  • 17/608 – Best place to teach
  • 19/608 – Best teachers in Ohio
  • 33/608 – Best School Districts in Ohio – top 5%

High School Recognitions

  • Mayfield High School named one of the best high schools in the nation by US News and World Report
  • College Success Award 2021
  • ACT composite score has increased
  • 130 elective courses – 28 AP courses

Middle School

  • Principal named Ohio Educator of the Year
  • 29 elective courses
  • 5 stars on the State Report Card – exceeding State standards

Center School

  • One of the best elementary schools in Ohio
  • 100% of the kindergarten students finished the year on grade level
  • Students are achieving and growing

Looking forward – 2022-2023:

4 strategic priorities

  • Reestablish the nurturing of a professional learning community
  • Assessing the portrait of a Mayfield Wildcat
  • Community Engagement
  • Effective and Efficient Operation

Vision

  • Lifelong learning
  • Respect and dignity for all

Professional learning community

  • Students
  • Teachers

Portrait of a Wildcat

  • Skills and abilities students need in order to change the world and succeed

Community Engagement

  • Coffee Talks
  • Council Presentations
  • Parent presentations and surveys

Mr. Snyder provided his portion of a presentation:

  • Reallocation and Allocation of resources to teaching and learning
  • 3-5 year levy cycle
  • This year’s budget: 2.7%
  • Changes in expenses: around 2.5%
  • 4-year contract negotiated with Unions within two weeks
  • $56 million cash carryover
  • Strategic with cash reserves
    • Asking Board to take $20 million out:
      • Miner Rd. alignment
      • Innovation Site
        • New entrance
        • Towards Wilson Mills Road-50 sq. ft.
        • CEVEV operation being moved up to that site
      • Improvements to Lander
        • $5 million
        • Elevator
      • Improvements to Center ($7.5 million)
        • Build an addition
        • Install and elevator

Tying it all together, Dr. Barnes stated, we have a vision for learning.  It’s entitled personalization meaning we want to help each and every single student where they are and make adjustments either to enrich or to provide interventions if necessary.  We also want them to have skills like collaboration, thinking, communication.  We are working with the Board to continue to manipulate the spaces so they compliment our vision for learning.  We are excited about that.  We will have an open house at the Middle School in October.  On November 4th, we will have a number of Superintendents visiting Mayfield Schools to look at some of our innovative programming.  We are presenting in Houston, TX next week.  We were invited.  Are there any questions?

Mr. Williams asked about personalization.  How do you meet a student where they are?

Dr. Barnes stated, the first question we want to ask is what do we want students to be able to do.  That’s our fundamental question in our professional learning communities. We have to detect the sanctity of that.  The second question is how do we know that they got it?  That’s our assessments. We assess the students based on the State’s standards. You will know whether or not he/she has met the standard, are below the standard or exceed the standard.  It’s at that time the teacher then personalizes the experience for each student to make sure he/or she grows.  Personalization is taking all students and moving them, breaking it down by their name, by their ability.

Mr. Williams stated, thank you.  Also, I brought this up with Dr. Kelly, vocational education – how do you address that?

Dr. Barnes stated, Mr. Snyder and I are both on the board of two consortiums, ExcelTech.  We offer programming from CAD to construction trades to culinary arts.  It’s a very popular program.  Our students apply.  It’s a very valuable experience for students.  We also have the workforce development career program in CEVEC for students with disabilities so they can become independent as a graduate from Mayfield High School.

Mr. Williams stated, that’s great to hear.  Thank you.

A member of the audience asked with regard to personalization – both of her children who are at Center went through the 3rd grade classroom where they combined it into one and they are doing the co-teaching module.  For my kids, that’s been really successful, but there’s a space limitation.  I am curious what the developments for that program might be.  Was it just a pilot?  Are you looking to expand that?

Dr. Barnes replied, that’s personalization at is finest.  That was a great description.  Whenever there’s space limitations – Center is growing as well.  We are going to try to address some of those things.

Another member of the audience asked about whether or not they would be bringing back the open school concept at Center School.  It was so successful with my kids.  They got a college education before they even went to high school.

Mr. Snyder stated, personalized learning might address some of that.  We have a blend of that.  Open school concept was back in the 1970’s.  Some of the pluses of that are still being applied today.  We are doing it with personalized learning.

Another question from an audience member – do you have problems hiring teachers?

Dr. Barnes stated, fortunately not.  If we post a job we get 150 applicants. We are struggling with substitutes and staff challenges in our operations.

Mrs. Jurcisek stated, you mentioned CEVEC is moving up to the Innovation Center with the expansion.  What will you be doing with the CEVEC building at the Middle School right now?

Mr. Snyder replied, we are going to repurpose it.  Right now, we are looking at traffic pattern improvement by moving it out.   It backs up right now.  We need the traffic to flow better. 

Mayor Bodnar stated, I don’t have any questions, but I have a few comments if that’s okay. Dr. Barnes, Mr. Snyder and members of the School Board, your successes are always impressive.  You continue to benefit all of our students and all of our communities year after year.  Thank you for your vision, your leadership, your strategic planning, your fiscal responsibility. It is truly an honor to be a member community in the Mayfield School District. Thank you.

Dr. Barnes stated, if there are no other questions, we will yield.  Thank you so much for your time.  We really appreciate this opportunity to spend some time with you.  Thank you.

Council President Schutt stated, I would just like to echo what Mayor Bodnar said as well.  Thank you Dr. Barnes, Treasurer Scott Snyder and the School Board members who are here, Mr. Hess and Mr. Fornaro.  Most of us sitting here live in Mayfield Village and we obviously live here because of the community it is but also because of the School District that we have here.  Thank you for all of your hard work.  We appreciate it.

Consideration of Minutes:

Regular Council Meeting: Monday, August 15th, 2022

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of August 15, 2022 as written. 

Council President Schutt asked, any discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes Appproved.

Special Council Meeting: Tuesday, September 6th, 2022

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Meyers, made a motion to approve the minutes of the Special Meeting of Council of September 6, 2022 as written. 

Council President Schutt asked, any discussion?

There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Minutes Appproved.

Comments from Mayor Bodnar

Thank you, Council President. I will try and be brief.  I just wanted to say thank you to Shane McAvinew and our Rec staff, to Scott Sipos and our Service staff and all of our First Responders for a safe outdoor entertainment season at the Grove and at the Gazebo.  Now that it’s over, it’s like summer is over.  It’s a little bit hard to swallow.  I look forward to next year.  Also I wanted to relay to Scott that I was at the Hanover Woods picnic yesterday and I received many compliments on the way that the Greenway Trail was being maintained.  Thank you for taking care of that for us.  That’s all I have for tonight.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you Mayor Bodnar. 

Comments From Council President Schutt

I would just like to mention that Council Caucus is on Monday, October 3rd at 7:00 p.m.  The next Regular Meeting of Council is scheduled for October 17th at 7:00 p.m.  And although it was mentioned at Caucus earlier this month, I just wanted to say Happy Birthday again to Mr. Ron Wynne and Councilwoman Jen Jurcisek.  Both of their birthdays are tomorrow.

Mr. Wynne and Mrs. Jurcisek said, thank you.

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

There were no comments.

Department Head Reports:             

Diane Wolgamuth (Administration) – Thank you Council President.  I am just reporting on Citizen’s Advisory who met last Tuesday.  Diane Calta came to the meeting and talked about our ADA transition plan that the Village is currently working on.  We also talked about the upcoming  ballot issues on the November ballot and reviewed some informational material that is going to go out to residents.  The next meeting is September 26th at 7:00 p.m.  Thank you.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Ms. Wolgamuth.

Daniel Russell (Building) – Thank you, Council President.  I will be reporting on the past Planning and Zoning workshop and ARB meetings we have had the past few weeks.  On August 25th ARB met and we had three proposals.  The first was an addition to Center Elementary School.  The second was an addition to the Innovation Center and the third was an addition to Yours Truly Restaurant.  Center School was approved at that meeting.  The Innovation Center was denied because they needed a little more information.  Yours Truly was tabled for additional information.  On September 8th, they had two proposals, the Innovation Center came back and the changes were approved.  An in-ground pool was approved on SOM Center.  Lastly, Planning and Zoning had a workshop on September 15th. Two proposals were on the docket, site plan approval at Center School and the Innovation Center.

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

Diane Calta (Law) – Thank you, Council President.  There are two items on the agenda that we have not discussed that I wanted to mention.  They are 2022-38 and 2022-39.  They relate to participation in two separate settlements for the opioid litigation that the State of Ohio has been litigating.  This was brought to my attention by the Mayor back in August.  We have been discussing the ability of the Village to participate in those settlements.  They are still open to having municipalities participate and now that they have the funds that they are starting to distribute, we took a closer look at it and looked to see if whether or not any of those funds would be available to the Village for expenditures that we would be looking at.  They have a Memorandum of Understanding that outlines what all of the funds can be used for.  We talked with the Police Chief, Ron and the Mayor and we discussed this at the Department Head meeting.  There are some uses for the funds for basically training, largely what looks to be in the Police Department but could be other trainings for the Village or the community.  They have an estimated worksheet of how much the Village could be receiving.  It’s just an estimate.  It’s over 18 payments.  I can’t represent exactly how much the Village could be receiving.  They did distribute the first tranche of payments.  But it looks to be in total, Ron, for both of these settlements if they pay out over those 18 months- a lot of it is going to be dependent on how many people participate in the settlement, but around maybe $30,000-40,000 based on the worksheets.  I can’t guarantee those, but in looking at the ability to participate, the ability to use the funds, we thought it would be appropriate to ask Council for authorization for the Mayor and the Council President to participate in those two settlements.  So those are the two pieces of legislation we added.  Are there any questions?

There were none.

Ms. Calta stated, if there are any questions that come up, I can address them during the discussion of those items.

Council President Schutt stated, thank you, Ms. Calta.

Shane McAvinew (Parks and Recreation) – Thank you, Council President.  The Commission on Aging met last Thursday at the Community Room. We did review all the programs for the summer.  Some of the key points we talked about coming up right now with CPA we are working with Random Acts of Fun, a fundraiser that they do.  There will be a comedy show at Reserve Hall.   Our beloved Mayor is emcee for that particular night.  We also talked about the Holiday Party for Village residents scheduled for December 15th.  We had a good turnout last year.  There were about 100 residents who showed up.    We also discussed the snow plow program.  We had a lot of applications back.  We are accepting them all the way through October 15th.  After that date, there will be an additional fee.

This coming Wednesday at 5:30, we will have our Parks and Recreation Board meeting.  It will start at 5:30 because Dave Perout who was the Pool Manager since the inception of Parkview Pool has retired.  The Mayor is giving him a Proclamation.  We will have light food and drinks for that.  We will then go on to the meeting which we will be discussing the direction of the Grove, Parkview Pool, the Hudacko scholarship fund which we are hoping to increase since we raised enough funds through the Grove.  In the past we gave out two $500 scholarships.  I think we have the funding to raise that to $2,000 scholarships for 2023 and still have a little money put aside in that particular fund.   

If anyone has any questions, I would be happy to answer them.

There were none.

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

OLD BUSINESS:

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2022-18, entitled, “An Ordinance repealing Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1128 “Comprehensive Stormwater Management” and replacing it in its entirety with new Chapter 1128 “Comprehensive Stormwater Management.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – August 15, 2022).

Council President Schutt asked, are there any questions or any discussion regarding Ordinance No. 2022-18? 

There were none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance 2022-18 will be moved to Third Reading on October 17, 2022.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2022-19, entitled, “An Ordinance repealing Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1129 “Erosion and Sediment Control” and replacing it in its entirety with new Chapter 1129 “Erosion and Sediment Control.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – August 15, 2022).

Council President Schutt asked, are there any questions or any discussion regarding Ordinance No. 2022-19? 

There were none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance 2022-19 will be moved to Third Reading on October 17, 2022.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2022-20, entitled, “An Ordinance repealing Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Chapter 1130 “Illicit Discharge and Illegal Connection Control” and replacing it in its entirety with new Chapter 1130 “Illicit Discharge and Illegal Connection Control.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – August 15, 2022).

Council President Schutt asked, are there any questions or any discussion regarding Ordinance No. 2022-20? 

There were none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance 2022-20 will be moved to Third Reading on October 17, 2022.

  • Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2022-21, entitled, “An Ordinance amending Mayfield Village Codified Ordinance Section 501.99 “Penalty for Misdemeanors.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. (First Reading – August 15, 2022).

Council President Schutt asked, are there any questions or any discussion regarding Ordinance No. 2022-21? 

There were none.

Council President Schutt stated, Ordinance 2022-21 will be moved to Third Reading on October 17, 2022.

NEW BUSINESS:

  • First Reading of Resolution No. 2022-33, 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 Bodnar.

Mr. Williams, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to suspend Resolution No. 2022-33.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Meyers, made a motion to enact Resolution No. 2022-33.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • First Reading of Resolution No. 2022-34, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into a Service Agreement with Motorola Solutions for support and maintenance of dispatch equipment in the Mayfield Village Police Department and to authorize an expenditure in the amount of $33,954.83.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to suspend Resolution No. 2022-34.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Meyers, made a motion to enact Resolution No. 2022-34.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • First Reading of Resolution No. 2022-35, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into an Agreement with All Covered, a division of Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. for managed IT service and support and authorizing an expenditure in an amount not to exceed $17,000.”  Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to suspend Resolution No. 2022-35.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mr. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Meyers, made a motion to enact Resolution No. 2022-35.

Council President Schutt asked, any discussion?

There was none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • First Reading of Resolution No. 2022-37, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into an Agreement with the Lake County Board of Commissioners for the boarding of prisoners.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar. 

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to suspend Resolution No. 2022-37.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Resolution No. 2022-37.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • First Reading of Resolution No. 2022-38, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor and President of Council to execute the Settlement Participation Form in order to participate in the Distributor settlement.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to suspend Resolution No. 2022-38.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Resolution No. 2022-38.

Council President Schutt asked, any discussion?

There was none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • First Reading of Resolution No. 2022-39, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor and President of Council to execute the Settlement Participation Form in order to participate in the Janssen settlement.” Introduced by Mayor Bodnar.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to suspend Resolution No. 2022-39.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to enact Resolution No. 2022-39.

Council President Schutt asked, discussion?

There was none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

  • Motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for August 2022 and to approve of same as submitted.

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for August 2022 and to approve of same as submitted.

Council President Schutt asked, any discussion? 

There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Acknowledged and Approved.

Council President Schutt stated, motion carries.  August 2022 Financial Reports are acknowledged and  approved.

  • Motion to authorize additional expenditure in the amount of $1,968.00 to Reliable Onsite Services for providing portable toilet units for special events and programs in Mayfield Village for 2022.  ($15,600 approved by Council on April 18, 2022).  (Parks and Recreation)

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Marquardt, made a motion to authorize additional expenditure in the amount of $1,968.00 to Reliable Onsite Services for providing portable toilet units for special events and programs in Mayfield Village for 2022.  ($15,600 approved by Council on April 18, 2022).  (Parks and Recreation)

Council President Schutt asked, any discussion?

There was none.

Council President Schutt stated, motion carries.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None

Motion Carried. Approved.

Any Other Matter:

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

There were none.

Adjournment:

Mrs. Jurcisek, seconded by Mr. Meyers, made a motion to adjourn.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None                              

Motion Carried. Meeting Adjourned 

The meeting adjourned at 7:59 p.m. The next Regular meeting of Council will be on Monday, October 17, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. in Civic Hall at the Mayfield Village Civic Center.