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July 20,   11

The New Franklin City Council met at the City Hall at 7:34 P.M. for their regularly scheduled meeting.

1. CALL TO ORDER - Mr. Parsons

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. ROLL CALL OF COUNCIL MEMBERS

PRESENT:    Mr. Adamson,   Mr. Hess,   Mrs. Jones,    Mr. Kaderly,   Mr. Kalapodis, 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 July 4, 2011, New Franklin City Regular Council Meeting.

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

5.  PUBLIC COMMENT

Christine Stoll, 564 Sturgeon Drive

Robert Drews, 4763 Rooney Ave.

Kevin Barker, 6416 Southview Drive

Lynn Jones, 4540 Lahm Drive

Terry Prosise, Center Road

6. FIRST READINGS

6-A    RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-31  SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas    PUBLIC UTILITIES: Mrs. Jones, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING NEW FRANKLIN TO ENTER INTO AN EXCLUSIVE AGREEMENT WITH REPUBLIC SERVICES OF OHIO HAULING LLC FOR THE COLLECTION AND REMOVAL OF RESIDENTIAL RECYCLABLES, REFUSE, AND WASTE MATERIALS IN THE CITY OF NEW FRANKLIN AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

Mrs. Jones requested more time and time was granted.

 

6-B    RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-32    SPONSOR: Mr. Hess    PUBLIC UTILITIES: Mrs. Jones, Chair

A RESOLUTION REQUESTING THE SUMMIT COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS TO PLACE UPON THE CITY OF NEW FRANKLIN BALLOT AT THE GENERAL ELECTION OF NOVEMBER 8, 2011 THE QUESTION OF WHETHER A CONTRACT SHALL BE EXECUTED WITH REPUBLIC SERVICES OF OHIO HAULING LLC FOR THE GRANTING OF AN EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE FOR RESIDENTIAL REFUSE COLLECTION AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

Mrs. Jones requested more time and time was granted.

7.  SECOND READINGS - None

8.  THIRD READINGS - None

9.  PENDING LEGISLATION

9-A       ORDINANCE NO.: 11-O-01  Introduced: January 5, 2011   SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas    (Exhibit Amended 5-4-2011)   LAWS & ORDINANCE: Mr. Adamson, Chair

AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEM 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 ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SYSTEM REGULATIONS.

Mr. Adamson requested more time and time was granted.

10.  MAYOR’S REPORT

The Mayor mentioned we had tremendous rain yesterday morning and the weather station at the Portage Lakes State Park registered 4.8 inches of rain within two hours. We have made many improvements, but it is hard to keep up with these floods.

The Fire Department pumped out several dozen homes with water. South Main was closed between Center and Nimisila and we have been working with ODNR to rectify the situation.

Several vehicles went through the barricades and got stuck. These drivers were all cited and their vehicles were towed. The Police will not hesitate to cite anyone driving around a barricade, it is very dangerous crossing open water because the highway might have collapsed beneath the surface of the water.

A public hearing will be held at City Hall on Wednesday, August 24th at 7:00 pm with representatives of GPD Engineering, ODOT, and AMATS to hear about the Route 93 and Route 619 Intersection Project. We will be doing some property acquisition and the project should be completed in 3 or 4 years.

The City is still looking for a resident to serve on the Property Maintenance Enforcement Board. Please apply in the Zoning office. The job pays $25 per meeting.

10-A            Financial Report

Mr. Svab passed out the R.I.T.A. report and stated the tax collection is up 20% from last year.

11. OLD BUSINESS

Mr. Adamson wanted to remind everyone again about the Sturgeon Drive problem. The cost is about $44,000.00. Council needs to think about how to act on this situation, exploring possibilities of maybe assessments to the property owners.

12. NEW BUSINESS

Mrs. Jones stated there was a cemetery meeting last night. The next meeting will be 8-2-11 at 7:00 pm.

13.   PUBLIC QUESTIONS

Lynn Jones, 4540 Lahm Drive

Francis Miller, Ward 2

Kathy Witwer, 5853 Regay Drive

Robin Aikey, Center Road

14.            EXECUTIVE SESSION - None

15.            ADJOURNMENT

It was moved by Mr. Stock and seconded by Mr. Kalapodis to adjourn the regular council meeting at 8:15 P.M.

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

MAYOR

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Al Bollas

 

CLERK

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Tami Stefan

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