visio on mac NEW FRANKLIN CITY COUNCIL

August 3, 11

The New Franklin City Council met at the City Hall at 7:00 P.M. for their regularly scheduled meeting.

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visio on mac 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Lead by Girl Scout Cadets, Troop 90991

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. Adamson to approve the minutes of the July 20, 2011, New Franklin City Regular Council Meeting.

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

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Parsons to approve the minutes of the July 27, 2011, New Franklin Special Council Meeting.

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

 

5.            PUBLIC COMMENT

Francis Miller, 217 S. Messner Road

Mary Stevens, Boyds-Corner, Steven’s Hauling

Victoria Jarboe, 1402 Johns Road

Al Buxton, 1636 Johns Road

Kay Pillitiere, 1290 Vanderhoof Road

Lester Jarboe, 1402 Johns Road

John Hogarth, 1366 Johns Road

Steve Whited, 6590 Hampsher Road

Jim Stevens, Boyds-Corner, Steven’s Hauling

Joe Pillitiere, 1290 Vanderhoof Road

Robin Aikey, 1215 Center Road

LeAnn Esterle, 5734 Brookwood Drive

Mike Stoll, 564 Sturgeon Drive

Joyce Edwards, 1410 Johns Road

Al Schaefer, 6315 Redbird Terrace

Gladding Miller, 445 Center Road

Ann Duff, 4470 Lahm Drive

Janet Carmany, 5736 Farview Drive

Julie Hogarth, 1366 Johns Road

Christine Stoll, 564 Sturgeon Drive

Paul Russo, 641 Latham Lane

6.         FIRST READINGS

6-A     RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-33                                    SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas   FINANCE: Mr. Hess, Chair

A RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE 2011 ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS BY AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF FUNDS FROM THE UNAPPROPRIATED GENERAL FUND BALANCE AND THE 1000 GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT BY APPROPRIATING CERTAIN SUMS TO VARIOUS FUNDS AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Kaderly to waive the three reading rule.

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

It was moved by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mr. Kalapodis to approve Resolution 11-R-33.

 

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

6-B   RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-34        SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas    SAFETY COMMITTEE: Mr. Kaderly, Chair

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING NEW FRANKLIN TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH MONTROSE FORD FOR ONE 2011 FLEET/NON-RETAIL FORD POLICE INTERCEPTOR FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND DECLARING THAT THIS RESOLUTION SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE.

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

ROLL CALL:   Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.     Jones, No.    Kaderly, Yes.  Kalapodis, Yes.    Parsons, Yes.   Stock, Yes.

It was moved by Mr. Adamson and seconded by Mr. Kaderly to approve Resolution 11-R-34.

(As amended in Section 1, cost to be $22,760.29).

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

7. SECOND READINGS - None

8. THIRD READINGS

8-A         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. Resolution was withdrawn by Sponsor

8-B        RESOLUTION NO.: 11-R-31         Introduced: July 20, 2011  SPONSOR: Mayor Bollas     (Amended: August 3, 2011)  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.

It was moved by Mrs. Jones and seconded by Mr. Hess to approve Resolution 11-R-31.

ROLL CALL:     Adamson, Yes.     Hess, Yes.    Kaderly, Yes.   Kalapodis, Yes.    Parsons, Yes   Stock, Yes.     Jones, Abstained.(due to conflict of interest, Mrs. Jones has a business in trash roll-offs).

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

Mosquito calls can go directly to Summit County Health Department at 330-926-5630, Terry Tuttle is our contact. They are only spraying areas from where people call.

The Portage Lakes Disc Golf Course Grand Opening will be on Saturday, August 20 at 9AM. Hole number 7 was sponsored by the City of New Franklin.

The Mayor received a resignation letter from Ken Tallman from the Tudor House Advisory Council. Mr. Tallman has changed his mind and with regrets, the Mayor has accepted his resignation. Therefore, a vacancy exists and we are looking for a candidate(s).

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.

10-A            Financial Report

Mr. Svab passed out the July Financial statements to council.

A motion was made to accept the July Financial statements by Mr. Hess and seconded by Mrs. Jones.

ROLL CALL:   All in Favor.

11.       OLD BUSINESS

Mrs. Jones stated there was a Cemetery Meeting last night and suggestions were made in regard to the existing rules and regulations. Mr. Musarra asked Mrs. Jones to formally put the suggestions in writing for review by the Mayor and Law Director.

 

12.       NEW BUSINESS

Mr. Adamson read a letter, from a resident, thanking the Police Department for their services while they were away on vacation. Mr. Adamson stated, we are lucky to have the Police force that we have, and we thank them for their service.

13.            PUBLIC QUESTIONS

Al Buxton, 1636 Johns Road

LeAnn Esterle, 5734 Brookwood Drive

Steve Whited, 6590 Hampsher Road

Kay Pillitiere, 1290 Vanderhoof Road

14.            EXECUTIVE SESSION - None

 

15.            ADJOURNMENT

It was moved by Mr. Kaderly and seconded by Mr. Stock to adjourn the regular council meeting at 8:34 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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