NEW FRANKLIN CITY COUNCIL

November 17,   2010

The New Franklin City Council met at the City Hall at 7:08 P.M. for their regularly scheduled meeting.

1. CALL TO ORDER - Mr. Parsons

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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3. ROLL CALL OF COUNCIL MEMBERS

ALL PRESENT:    Mr. Adamson, Mr. Hess, Mrs. Jones, Mr. Kalapodis, Mr. McKenney,  Mr. Parsons, Mr. Stock

 

4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Stock to approve the minutes of the regular November 3, 2010, New Franklin City Council Meeting.

 

ROLL CALL:  Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.     Jones, Yes.    Kalapodis, Yes.  McKenney, Yes.    Parsons, Yes.   Stock, Yes.

 

5.            APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Stock to approve the Financial Reports and Check Roster for October, 2010. (Subject to audit).

 

ROLL CALL:  Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.     Jones, Yes.    Kalapodis, Yes.      McKenney, Yes.   Parsons, Yes.  Stock, Yes.

 

6.            PUBLIC COMMENT

Fred Ford-Smith, 6870 Kepler Road

Robin Aikey, 1215 Center Road

D.C. Merkle, 984 Center Road

Gladding Miller, 445 Center Road

7.         FIRST READING - None

 

8.            SECOND READINGS

8-A    RESOLUTION NO.: 10-R-67                        SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas    SAFETY COMMITTEE: Mr. McKenney, Chair

A RESOLUTION TO MODIFY THE COMPENSATION STRUCTURE OF THE NEW FRANKLIN LAW DIRECTOR.

Mr. McKenney requested more time and time was granted.

 

8-B  RESOLUTION NO.: 10-R-68                        SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas      COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Mr. Kalapodis, Chair

A RESOLUTION TO REAPPOINT GPD GROUP AS CITY ENGINEER FOR NEW FRANKLIN FOR 2011 AND 2012 AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH GPD GROUP FOR CITY ENGINEERING SERVICES AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

It was moved by Mr. Adamson and seconded by Mr. Stock to waive the three reading rule.

ROLL CALL:  Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.     Jones, Yes.    Kalapodis, Yes.   McKenney, Yes.    Parsons, Yes.   Stock, Yes.

 

It was moved by Mr. Adamson and seconded by Mr. McKenney to adopt Resolution 10-R-68.

 

ROLL CALL:        Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.     Jones, Yes.    Kalapodis, Yes.   McKenney, Yes.    Parsons, Yes.   Stock, Yes.

 

8-C      RESOLUTION NO.: 10-R-69            SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas      COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Mr. Kalapodis, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING NEW FRANKLIN TO PURCHASE THE REAL PROPERTY AT 857 CENTER ROAD FOR THE SUM OF $90,000.00 PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF THE REAL ESTATE PURCHASE AGREEMENT ATTACHED TO THIS RESOLUTION AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

 

Mr. Kalapodis requested more time and time was granted.

 

6-E      RESOLUTION NO.: 10-O-03            SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas     LAWS & ORDINANCES: Mr. Adamson, Chair

AN ORDINANCE RAISING THE SPEED LIMIT ON KEPLER ROAD FROM 25 MILES PER HOUR TO 35 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE STARK COUNTY LINE NORTH TO COMET ROAD AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

Mr. Adamson requested more time and time was granted.

 

9.            THIRD READINGS - None

10.            PENDING LEGISLATION

10-A      ORDINANCE NO.: 10-O-02            Introduced: July 7, 2010     SPONSOR: Mr. Parsons     LAWS & ORDINANCES: Mr. Adamson, Chair

AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT SOIL/EROSION CONTROL AND POST CONSTRUCTION REGULATIONS FOR INCLUSION INTO THE NEW FRANKLIN ZONING CODE AND TO AMEND SECTION 1400.02 OF THE NEW FRANKLIN ZONING CODE TO INCORPORATE DEFINITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SOIL/EROSION CONTROL AND POST CONSTRUCTION REGULATIONS.

Mr. Adamson requested more time and time was granted.

10-B      RESOLUTION NO.: 10-R-61            SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas     SAFETY COMMITTEE: Mr. McKenney, Chair

A RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH SALARY RANGES AND OTHER COMPENSATION BENEFITS FOR THE POSITIONS OF NEW FRANKLIN POLICE CHIEF, FIRE CHIEF, AND DEPUTY SERVICE DIRECTOR.

WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR

11.            MAYOR’S REPORT

The Mayor announced that the “Shop with a Cop” Raffle is happening now.  The Police Department has tickets and so does Administration if anyone is interested stop in and support the “Shop with a Cop” Program.

 

The Tudor House Holiday Open House is scheduled for December 5th from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Volunteers are needed. Donations of cookies are being accepted.

 

The demolition of the Akron Deaf Club began today.

 

The following signs are being removed and presumed stolen; Road Closed; Stop Signs and Street Signs. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of said signs should report it to the Police Department.

 

The Mayor would like Council to review and vote on the following reappointments at the next meeting. The Mayor will give this information to Council after tonight’s meeting.

 

Proposed reappointments to the following boards:

1.) Mr. Art Wagner to the Board of Zoning Appeals

2.) Mr. William Young to the Board of Zoning Appeals

3.) Mr. Robert Slocum to the Parks & Recreation Board

4.) Mr. Edward Kosla to the Property Maintenance Enforcement Board

5.) Mr. Terry Harget to the Civil Service Commission

6.) Unfilled position of Alternate Member for the Planning Commission

7.) Unfilled position to the Zoning Commission

 

The Council Members stated they will review the list for the next meeting.

 

11-A            Financial Report

Mr. Svab made the following proposal to the Finance Committee:

1.) Establish Fund 2801 for Dispatch Operations

2.) Establish Fund 2014 for Street Capital Projects

3.) Renumber Fund 2101 “Permissive Motor Vehicle Tax” to Fund 2013

Mr. Svab stated he will get the information needed for Resolutions to the Law Director in time for the next meeting.

 

12.       OLD BUSINESS

Mr. Adamson commented on the upcoming Council at Large vacancy seat. Currently there are three letters of interest. The deadline for letters of interest for the seat was decided to be December 3, 2010.

 

Mrs. Jones asked if the report came in for Cataline Drive. The Mayor stated he just received it today and will get Council a copy to review.

 

Mr. Musarra passed out information on trash aggregation and asked Council for sponsors for the Legislation. Mr. Parsons and Mr. Stock elected at that time to be added as sponsors.

13.       NEW BUSINESS

Mrs. Jones asked the Mayor when the City would be receiving the deed to the Tudor House. Mayor stated hopefully by the end of December.

14.            PUBLIC QUESTIONS

Mr. Fred Ford-Smith

15.            EXECUTIVE SESSION

It was moved by Mr. Parsons and seconded by Mr. Adamson to adjourn the regular meeting at 8:13 P.M. in order to go into Executive Session to discuss pending litigation.

 

ROLL CALL:    Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.     Jones, Yes.     Kalapodis, Yes.   McKenney, Yes.   Parsons, Yes.     Stock, Yes.

It was moved by Mr. Adamson and seconded by Mr. Stock to re-convene the regular meeting at 8:40 P.M.

16.            ADJOURNMENT

 

It was moved by Mr. Adamson and seconded by Mr. Stock to adjourn the regular meeting at 8:40 P.M.

 

ROLL CALL:        Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.     Jones, Yes.     Kalapodis, Yes.    McKenney, Yes.   Parsons, Yes.     Stock, Yes.

 

MAYOR


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Al Bollas

 

CLERK

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Tami Stefan

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