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Nov 20, 2017 Council Meeting Minutes

Minutes Approved November 20, 2017

Regular Council Meeting

Elyria City Council

  1. CALL TO ORDER

The regular meeting of Elyria City Council was called to order on November 20, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. by President Lotko. President Lotko opened the meeting with a moment of reflection and it was followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

  1. ROLL CALL: COUNCIL MEMBERS

PRESENT: Callahan, Cerra, Baird, Stewart, Jessie, Craig, Madison, Tanner, Lotko, Davis

ABSENT: Mitchell

Stewart moved, Baird seconded to excuse the absent of Mrs. Mitchell for the November 20, 2017 Council Meeting.

MOTION CARRIED

OTHERS PRESENT: Mayor Brinda, Safety Service Director Siwierka, Finance Director Pileski,

Law Director Serazin, Engineer Ujvari, Police Chief Whitely, Fire Chief Benton, Parks & Rec Dir. Bowman, Asst. Engineer Schneider, Council Clerk Bullocks

OTHERS ABSENT: None

  1. PUBLIC HEARINGS: None
  2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Tanner moved, Cerra seconded that the Regular Meeting Minutes of November 6, 2017 to be approved as printed.

MOTION CARRIED

  1. REMARKS AND REPORTS OF CITY OFFICIALS:

Mayor Brinda: Mayor Brinda started her remarks saying that this is the final meeting for 2 individuals that have been invaluable members of her team as well as everyone else’s as well. They have been an important part of Elyria’s progress. She want to wish them both well.

The administration is in the process of interviewing for Economic Development Director.

They contacted the State of Ohio to see where Elyria is with the Level 1 Cultivation Licenses.

Safety Service Director Siwierka: Mrs. Siwierka stated that the Street Department is still busy collecting leaves, they are slowly falling. She wants to give out a thank you for a fantastic coordinated effort between the Police, Fire and the City crews last week when the gas line was cut. Luckily no one was hurt, it could’ve been a more disastrous situation. Mr. Korzan will give a report on the rain. Mrs. Siwierka wanted to go over some of the legislation that will be presented at tonight’s meeting. The bike path for the Metro Parks will need to go as an emergency because it needs to go to bid by December 4th, the legislation will need a suspension of the rules. And whatever is decided on the Sanitation rate issue, the increase for 2018 needs to be passed as suspension of the rules so that it can go into effect in 30 days so that the Utility billing department can get those rates into the billing system.

  1. REMARKS AND REPORTS OF CITY OFFICIALS: Continued

Finance Director Pileski: No report.

Law Director Serazin: No report.

Police Chief Whitely: Through the combined efforts of the Police, Engineers, Communications and Street Departments the Police Department was awarded the Triple A Gold Award for the 5th straight year. There was a robbery at McDonalds at The Mall and the Police were able to catch the perpetrator who carried a loaded 45. The Police caught 4 perpetrators breaking into a business in the early morning hours. Sargent Warfield resigned and took the position of Chief for the City of Oberlin. The department is down to 80 officers. Sargent Brandon Pool was promoted to the rank of Sargent, which was created when Sargent Warfield resigned.

The narcotics unit a drug arrest and was able to get 75 grams of Fentenyal off the streets.

Fire Chief Benton: Chief Benton’s report is attached herewith, made a part thereof and designated as Exhibit “A”.

Engineer Ujvari: Mr. Ujvari’s report is attached herewith, made a part thereof and designated as Exhibit “B”.

ASSD Brubaker: Mr. Brubaker’s report is attached herewith, made a part thereof and designated as Exhibit “C”.

Parks Rec Director Bowman: Mrs. Bowman’s report is attached herewith, made a part thereof and designated as Exhibit “D”.

WWPC Superintendent Korzan: Mr. Korzan spoke about the rain that we had on Saturday, Nov. 18th. They measured 2.31 inches at the plant and 3.31 inches at City Hall. The south of Elyria got the most rain. They received about 35 calls included water in basements and water in streets due to leaves clogging storm catch basins. Mr. Korzan said they didn’t receive as many calls as they have in the past with these type of rain events because of the improvements to the infrastructure to date.

  1. PRESIDENT’S REFERRALS:
  2. 1. The matter of authorizing the Mayor to solicit bids for professional services and enter into a contract to hire primary Plans Examiner and a back-up Plans Examiner per Section 104, Ohio Building Code.

REFERRED BY: Assistant SS Director Brubaker

REFERRED TO: Community Development

  1. 2. The matter of the vacation of Filbert Street as requested by The Elyria Foundry.

REFERRED BY: Assistant SS Director Brubaker

REFERRED TO: Planning Commission / Community Development

 

 

  1. PRESIDENT’S REFERRALS: Continued
  2. 3. The matter of accepting the property at 435 West Avenue from Lorain County Land Reutilization.

REFERRED BY: Assistant SS Director Brubaker

REFERRED TO: Community Development / Finance (if needed)

  1. 4. The matter of considering an Ohio Enterprise Zone Incentive on behalf of KE Elyria, the proposed project for the Macy’s Building. REFERRED BY: Mayor Brinda

REFERRED TO: Community Development / Finance

 

  1. The matter of amending Chapter 165.04 (14) from two (2) personal days to seven (7) days.

REFERRED BY: SS Director Siwierka

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. 6. The matter of establishing a rental fee and amending the fee ordinance for the use of Pioneer Plaza.

REFERRED BY: Parks Director Bowman

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. 7. The matter of waiving any Elyria Building Permit Fees for demolition or construction for projects 2018 through 2020 in any City Parks

REFERRED BY: Parks Director Bowman

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. 8. The matter of authorizing the Mayor to enter into a loan agreement through the Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance (DEFA) for the SSO/CSO/WWPCP Wet Weather Program.

REFERRED BY: City Engineer Ujvari

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. 9. The matter of completing the installation of the new phone system in the Fire Department, Parks and Rec Department and all City Hall offices. REFERRED BY: Assistant Finance Director Farrell

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. 10. The matter of updating Chapter 192 of the Elyria Codified Ordinances, which has been made necessary by the Ohio General Assembly’s passage of House Bill 49.

REFERRED BY: Law Director’s Chief of Staff Deery

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. 11. The matter of part-time/seasonal salary ordinance for the purpose of eliminating and adjusting certain salary steps and adding certain job grades to remain in compliance with the State of Ohio minimum wage.

REFERRED BY: Assistant Finance Director Farrell

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. 12. The matter of forwarding to the Lorain County Auditor’s office a lien for unpaid utility charges at 113 Timber Ridge Dr.

REFERRED BY: SS Director Siwierka

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. PRESIDENT’S REFERRALS: Continued
  2. The matter of forwarding to the Lorain County Auditor’s office a lien for unpaid utility charges at Waters Edge Apartment Complex; 1306, 1308, 1310 and 1312 East Avenue.

REFERRED BY: SS Director Siwierka

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. The matter of approving Amendment No. 1 for the Water and Sanitary Sewer Rate Study.

REFERRED BY: Engineer Ujvari

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. The matter of approving Amendment No. 1 for the City of Elyria Capacity, Management, Operation and Maintenance Plan (CMOM).

REFERRED BY: Engineer Ujvari

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. The matter of approval and acceptance of the collective bargaining agreement with the FOP Supervisors and authorizing a change to the salary ordinance.

REFERRED BY: SS Director Siwierka

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. The matter of amending Ordinance 2016-161 and the authorized contract for Walter Haverfield.

REFERRED BY: SS Director Siwierka

REFERRED TO: Finance

  1. The matter of a authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract for the replacement of the current compressor with new at North Park.

REFERRED BY: Parks Director Bowman

REFERRED TO: Utilities/Finance

  1. The matter of authorizing the Mayor to advertise for bids and award a contract for the WWPCP UV Disinfection Project.

REFERRED BY: City Engineer Ujvari

REFERRED TO: Utilities/Finance

  1. The matter of the changes to the rates charged for sanitation service outside the City corporation limits.

REFERRED BY: Director Siwierka

REFERRED TO: Utilities / Finance

  1. The matter of loaning the Community Investment Corporation $300,000 from the Insurance Demutualization Proceed Fund for the clean-up of the General Industries property.

REFERRED BY: Finance Director Pileski

REFERRED TO: Strategic Planning

  1. The matter of investigating the use of the funds from Issue 6 that were designated for “fiber optic” to be applied to the installation of a smart traffic system within the City of Elyria to enhance traffic flow and minimize congestion.

REFERRED BY: Councilmen Craig and Callahan

REFERRED TO: Strategic Planning

  1. PRESIDENT’S REFERRALS: Continued
  2. The matter of forming a Citizen’s Advisory Panel to work with Council and the Administration.

REFERRED BY: Councilman Jessie

REFERRED TO: Strategic Planning

  1. PETITIONS–COUNCIL MEMBERS: None
  2. PETITIONS-LOBBY: Lyn Crouse, 408 Loyola Dr., Elyria, Director-Elyria Public Library System

Ms. Crouse wanted to thank Mayor Brinda and the administration for their support of the library issue. And she also wants to thank the Law Director for handling the paperwork and thank Council for adopting the Resolution.

  1. REPORTS OF STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES: None
  2. RESOLUTIONS–FIRST READING:
Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

M. Madison

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

RESOLUTION NO. R2017 – 23

A RESOLUTION FINDING THAT THE CITY HAS UNFIT FOR MUNICIPAL USE FORFEITED AND UNCLAIMED BICYCLES IN POSSESSION OF THE ELYRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT.

Stewart moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

  1. RESOLUTIONS–SECOND READING: None
  2. RESOLUTIONS–THIRD READING: None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING:
Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

M. Madison

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017 – 160

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF SAFETY SERVICE OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA TO DISPOSE OF, BY DONATING TO ELYRIA BICYCLE EDUCATION CENTER, CITY PROPERTY THAT IS UNFIT FOR MUNICIPAL USE.

Stewart moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Community Development:

T. Callahan

M. Jessie

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

M. Madison

ORDINANCE NO. 2017 – 161

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO CO-SIGN A PETITION TO ANNEX APPROXIMATELY 36.15 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED SOUTH OF CHESTNUT RIDGE ROAD AND EAST OF ROUTE 57 FROM EATON TOWNSHIP TO THE CITY OF ELYRIA AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

 

Callahan moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules and declaring it an emergency.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)
Sponsored by:

Community Development:

T. Callahan

M. Jessie

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

M. Madison

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-162

AN ORDINANCE CREATING SECTION 1127.05 (H), ALTERNATE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA.

Callahan moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 9

NAY: 0 NAY: 1(Tanner)

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

M. Madison

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-163

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF ELYRIA BUILDING DEPARTMENT TO REDUCE THE COST OF BUILDING PERMIT FEES AND TO WAIVE REINSPECTION FEES ASSOCIATED WITH ELYRIA CITY SCHOOLS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Stewart moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)
Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

M. Madison

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-164

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF $4,000,000 OF NOTES, IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING COSTS OF IMPROVING THE CITY’S SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM BY CONSTRUCTING SANITARY SEWERS AND SANITARY FACILITIES, TOGETHER WITH ALL NECESSARY APPURTENANCES THERETO, AND OTHERWISE IMPROVING THAT SYSTEM.

Stewart moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules. Waived Reading of the Fiscal Officer’s Certificate. (Exhibit 1A)

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: Callahan, Cerra, Baird, Stewart, AYE: Callahan, Cerra, Baird, Stewart,

Jessie, Craig, Davis, Madison, Tanner, Lotko Jessie, Craig, Davis, Madison, Tanner, Lotko

NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

M. Madison

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-165

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE FINANCE DIRECTOR TO TRANSFER FUNDS TO THE SPECIFIED ACCOUNT, PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO.

2009-83.

Stewart moved, Baird seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-166

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2017-30, KNOWN AS THE “2017 PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS ORDINANCE,” TO CHANGE FUNDS IN VARIOUS ACCOUNTS.

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)

Stewart moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 8 AYE: 10

NAY: 2 (Craig, Madison) NAY: 2 (Craig, Madison)

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

M. Madison

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-167

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A CHANGE ORDER WITH NECO FOR PHASE 1 OF THE WATER METER REPLACEMENT PROJECT, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Stewart moved, Madison seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules and declaring an emergency.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-168

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO GRANT EASEMENT(S) TO LORAIN COUNTY METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICT FOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF A BICYCLE TRAIL IN CASCADE PARK.

Davis moved, Cerra seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules and declaring an emergency.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)
Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-169

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO CHANGE ORDER #2 AND FINAL WITH D.L. SMITH CONCRETE FOR THE 2017 CONCRETE STREET RESURFACING PROGRAM, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Davis moved, Cerra seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules and declaring an emergency.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-170

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1 OF ORDINANCE NO. 2017-112, WHICH AMENDED SECTIONS 939.200, 939.300 AND 939.301 OF CHAPTER 939, WATER RULES AND REGULATIONS, ELYRIA MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM (EMWSS), CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Davis moved, Cerra seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules and declaring an emergency.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-171

AN ORDINANCE CREATING A NEW SECTION 939.18, ENTITLED MASTER METERS FOR MOBILE AND MODULAR HOMES, CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA.

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)

Davis moved, Cerra seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-172

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE STATE TO PERFORM BRIDGE PAINTING ON STATE ROUTE 113 AT SLM 12.35 OVER THE CSX RAILROAD WITHIN THE CITY OF ELYRIA AND TO PERFORM BRIDGE PAINTING ON STATE ROUTE 113 AT SLM 12.46 OVER ADAMS STREET AND BELL AVENUE WITH THE CITY OF ELYRIA IN LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Davis moved, Cerra seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules and declaring an emergency.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-173

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND REPLACING SEVERAL PROVISIONS OF SECTION 959.14, RATES FOR COLLECTION CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)

Davis moved, Stewart seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 8 AYE: 8

NAY: 2 (Craig, Madison) NAY: 2 (Craig, Madison)

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-174

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND REPLACING SECTION 959.14 (a)(2) AND AMENDING SECTION 959.14 (c) TO ESTABLISH SECTION 959.14 (c) (2), RATES FOR COLLECTION CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA.

 

 

Davis moved, Stewart seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 8 AYE: 8

NAY: 2 (Craig, Madison) NAY: 2 (Craig, Madison)

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 959.14 TO ESTABLISH SECTIONS 959.14 (a) (3) and (c) (3), RATES FOR COLLECTION CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA.

FOR COLLECTION CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA

 

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)

Davis moved, Stewart seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 7 AYE: 7

NAY: 3 (Craig, Madison, Tanner) NAY: 3 (Craig, Madison, Tanner)

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION FAILED MOTION FAILED

First Reading

Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-175

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A THREE (3) YEAR AGREEMENT WITH LORAIN COUNTY RESOURCE RECOVERY FOR REMOVAL OF MIXED RECYCLING GLASS.

FOR COLLECTION CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA

 

 

Davis moved, Stewart seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules.

SUSPENSION: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. ORDINANCES–FIRST READING: (Continued)
Sponsored by:

Utilities, Safety & Environment:

D. Mitchell

J. Cerra

L. Tanner

B. Davis

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

M. Madison

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-176

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS AND ENTER INTO A TWO (2) YEAR CONTRACT FOR TREE SERVICE FOR THE CITY OF ELYRIA, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

FOR COLLECTION CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA

 

 

Davis moved, Stewart seconded to pass this ordinance on its first reading under suspension of the rules and declaring an emergency.

SUSPENSION: EMERGENCY: PASSAGE:

AYE: 10 AYE: 10 AYE: 10

NAY: 0 NAY: 0 NAY: 0

ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell) ABSENT: 1 (Mitchell)

MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED MOTION CARRIED

  1. ORDINANCES–SECOND READING:
Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

M. Madison

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE TITLE OF CHAPTER 937 TO CHANGE THE TITLE FROM SEWER CHARGES TO SANITARY SEWER CHARGES AND AMENDING SECTIONS 937.12 (a) AND (b), SCHEDULE OF RATES, CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA, OHIO TO REFLECT THE CORRECT SANITARY SEWER RATES FOR 2018 AND 2019.

President Lotko declared this ordinance to have had its Second Reading.

Sponsored by:

Finance:

V. Stewart, III

L. Tanner

J. Baird

M. Lotko, III

M. Madison

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND REPLACING SECTIONS 939.11 (j) (3) AND (4), (k) (3) and (4), RATES, CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ELYRIA, OHIO.

  1. ORDINANCES–THIRD READING: None
  2. COMMITTEE CALLS:

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 11/27/17 6:00 P.M. All Referred Items Council Chambers w/Law Director, SSD, Engineer, Bldg. Insp.

FINANCE W/ COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 11/27/17 6:30 P.M. All Referred Items Council Chambers w/Mayor, Finance Director, Law Director, SSD, Engineer

FINANCE 11/27/17 After Joint Meeting All Referred Items Council Chambers w/Mayor, Finance Director, Law Director, SSD, Engineer

UTILITIES 11/29/17 All Referred Items Council Chambers w/Mayor, Finance Director, Law Director, Engineer

STRATEGIC PLANNING 12/4/17 Immediately following Council All Referred Items Council Chambers W/ Mayor, Safety Service Director, Auditor, Solicitor, Engineer

  1. MISCELLANEOUS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Mr. Madison wanted to say for the record that for Ordinance 2017-165, he is in favor of that, he realized that he had voted backwards. Ordinance 2017-166 is the issue was voting against, it’s the 2017 permanent appropriations with the issue regarding the demutualization funds, he wanted to clarify that his vote for 2017-165 is AYE and his vote for 2017-166 is NAY.

  1. ADJOURNMENT:

Baird moved, Cerra seconded to adjourn the Council Meeting at 8:10 P.M.

MOTION CARRIED

Forrest L. Bullocks Michael J. Lotko, III

Clerk of Council President of Council