ATTENDANCE:• Trustees: Mike Maniaci, Matt Hittle, Ed Fell. • Fiscal Officer: Jason Baughman.• Residents: Donnie Moran and Jared Besser in attendance.
Nomination of President: • Fell nominated Mike Maniaci for President, Hittle seconded. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci abstain, Fell ayed.
Nomination of Burial Committee: • Maniaci motion to have Ed Fell and Matt Hittle on the Burial Committee. Hittle seconded. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Emergency Labor: • Maniaci motion that emergency labor paid as following: • $16.00 per hour with a CDL license and $12.00 per hour without. Fell seconded. Hittle ayed. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Public Records Policy: • Maniaci made motion to adopt current township public records policy.• Public records will be provided in a timely manner. • Charge will be: first 10 copies free, $.10 per page, going rate of a flash drive or CD copy. Fell seconded. Hittle ayed. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed,
Credit Card Policy: • Maniaci made a motion to continue and accept our current credit card policy. • All three trustees, fiscal officer, township maintenance workers will have access to the cards.• The limits for all cards will be $150 per transaction. If over that amount, permission must be obtained by township trustees. Hittle seconded. Fell ayed. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Township Equipment: • Maniaci made the motion that the Township equipment can be operated by all road crew and trustees or any other person who has been authorized by the trustees or road crew to do so. Fell seconded. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Annual Inventory: • Maniaci stated the inventory will be complete and sent to County Engineer. Fell seconded. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Records Commission: • The Records Commission, according to O.R.C. 149.42 will consist of a Chairman of the Board; this being Mike Maniaci and the Fiscal Officer, Jason Baughman will be the Records Commission. Maniaci made the motion, seconded by Fell. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Mileage Reimbursement: • Maniaci motion that employees/elected officials who are authorized to use their private vehicles for township business such as conferences, training, etc. will be reimbursed at the standard mileage reimbursement rate established by the I.R.S. of 56 cents per mile which is allowable under the O.R.C. Hittle seconded. Fell ayed. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Township Meetings: • Maniaci moved to keep the regular monthly township meetings the first Thursday of every month.• Notice will be posted in the newspaper once, on the website and posted monthly on the sign in the front of the township. • Special meetings will be posted on the website, sign out in the front of the township hall and newspaper at least 24 hours before the meeting. Fell seconded. Hittle ayed. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Personal Files Policy: • Maniaci motioned to appoint the fiscal officer to have control of all storage and distribution of personnel files and information. • All personnel files will be in a locked filing cabinet maintain request log, if there is a question of what can or cannot be released, fiscal officer is to contact legal counsel. Violation may result in written reprimand issued from the prosecutor’s office and could lead to termination depending on the situation. • Fell seconded. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
2021 Temporary Appropriations: • Maniaci motioned adoption of the Annual Temporary Appropriations Resolution for fiscal year December 31, 2021 (per O.R.C. 5705.38) until the Amended Official Certificate of Estimated Resources is adopted and received from the Office of Budget Commission, Muskingum County, Ohio. Estimated carryover of $74,282.91, 2021 Estimated Tax $694,842.18, other sources $479,779.69 for total budget of $1,248,904.78. Temporary appropriations of 25% for total of $312,226.20 until permanent appropriation approved. Fell seconded. Hittle ayed. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Township Insurance:• Maniaci motioned to provide insurance benefits to all trustees, fiscal officer and township employees. Hittle seconded. Fell ayed. Roll Call: Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed.
Maniaci moved to adjourn. Seconded by Fell. All ayed. _________________________________ Jason T. Baughman, CPA, Fiscal Officer_____________________________
_____________________________ BOARD OF MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES
January 7, 2021PURPOSE OF MEETING:• The Muskingum Township Records Commission met on January 7, 2021 following the 7 P.M. Re-organizational meeting held in the Fire Building.
ATTENDANCE:• Chairman Mike Maniaci and Fiscal Officer Jason T. Baughman were present.
BUSINESS:• Fiscal Officer Baughman stated that he had no records at the present time to get rid of.• Maniaci made a motion, that the commission has no records to discuss at this time and no records to dispose of at this present time. • Fiscal Officer Baughman seconded motion, all ayed.• All other records will remain as they are at the present time. Maniaci moved to adjourn. Seconded by Baughman. All ayed.
_______________________________ _____________________________Mike Maniaci Jason T. Baughman, CPAChairman Fiscal Officer BOARD OF MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES January 07, 2021
PURPOSE OF MEETING• The Muskingum Township Trustee held their Regular Meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the Fire Building.
ATTENDANCE• Trustees: Ed Fell, Mike Maniaci, Matt Hittle • Fiscal Officer: Jason Baughman.• Residents: 0 residents in attendance
MINUTESFell motioned to approve meeting minutes. Maniaci seconded.
WARRANTS / CHECKSChecks were approved and signed for payment.
Then and Now Purchase Orders Approved.Falls Township Fire/EMS for cares act funding of $179,931.86.Falls Towship Fire/EMS for cares act funding $58,784.07.Fell motioned to accept. Maniaci seconded. Roll Call: Fell ayed, Hittle ayed, Maniaci ayed.
TRACK HOE:Justin Flowers from Murphy Tractor was in attendance to present estimates on mini excavator and loader, lease options, financing, trade in value options.Current backhoe estimated at $25K trade in value for a 1 unit deal. Current backhoe estimated at $26K trade in value for 2 unit deal.John Deere government deal lease purchase has $1 buyout at end of lease term.Over $100K financing at 2.95%Under $100K financing at 3.95%.Mini excavator estimate $65,918.87.Loader estimate $84,412.28.Warranty is 12 months bumper to bumper except tires, chain, glass, and cylinders.60 month warranty is longest John Deer will cover.$441 for 60 month warranty.24 hour turn around on repairs and we pick up and rental units available.Total 2 units lease purchase approximately $124,331.15 with trade in. 5 years, 2.95%, monthly payment of $2231.30. Total interest $9,547. Total purchase price $133,878.Source well pricing don’t require to have put out to bid. Every school, county, township is already member of state bid. Source well is a free membership and about 1% saving over state bids.Maniaci indicated we need to find out status of repairs of the backhoe. We might want to put on hold if we can. Maniaci motioned to put cab repairs on hold. Fell seconded.
TRAILER:Jared is still waiting on trailer purchase.
EXECUTIVE SESSION:Maniaci motioned to move to executive session at 8:24pm to discuss hiring and firing of employee personnel. Fiscal officer to be included in meeting and Jared Besser. Fell seconded. Roll Call: Fell ayed, Maniac ayed, Hittle ayed.
Maniaci motioned to move out of executive session and back to end of year meeting session at 9:09pm. Fell seconded. Roll Call: Fell ayed, Maniaci ayed, Hittle ayed.
BWC:Fiscal Officer indicated we received $7,644.91 rebate from BWC.
FEMA:Fiscal Officer indicated we received the state portion of both FEMA projects for $37,876.29.
AMENDED TAX BUDGET:Fell motioned to accept the resolution accepting amounts and rates as determined by the budget commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying to county auditor amounts inside the 10 mill limitation of $385,193.70 and amounts outside the 10 mill limitation of $363,053.19. Maniaci seconded. Roll Call: Fell ayed, Maniaci ayed, Hittle ayed.
NO THRU TRUCK SIGNS:No thru truck signs installed on Beech Run. Maniaci indicated we need to have the county authorize these roads as no thru truck roads.
OAKWOOD NORTH/JASON THOMAS:Hittle indicated need to have Jared take a look at property in Oakwood North near Hittle and Rapols property to make sure that the ditches and catch basins installed properly by Brian Little for Jason Thomas the owner of Oakwood North.
FIRE / EMS REPORTNOVEMBER EMS/FIRE RUN REPORTS:November times emailed at December meeting was missed. November times as follows:Fire 12 Runs 7.56 A.R.T. (average response time)EMS 28 Runs 6.17 A.R.T. (average response time)
Fell motioned to adjourn. Maniaci seconded. _________________________________ Jason T. Baughman, CPA, Fiscal Officer______________________________________________________________________________________ BOARD OF MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES FEBRUARY 4, 2021
PURPOSE OF MEETING• The Muskingum Township Trustee held the February regular meeting on February 4, 2021 at 7:00 P.M. in the Fire Building.
ATTENDANCE• Trustees: Ed Fell, Mike Maniaci, Matt Hittle • Fiscal Officer: Jason Baughman.• Residents: 2 residents
MINUTESHittle motioned to approve meeting minutes. Fell seconded. Maniac ayed.
WARRANTS / CHECKSChecks were approved and signed for payment.
TRACK HOE:Heath Watton and Tim Sands and Justin Flowers was in attendance to discuss the estimates and specs on the track hoe and back hoe equipment. All the equipment is STS state purchase bid therefore there is no bidding on this equipment as the state bid has already been done. The Deere equipment from Murphy Tractor came in $5K less than Southeaster Case equipment. Hittle indicated it comes down to personal preference since the equipment is comparable. Both equipment has good warranties. Heath indicated that there is no sales pitch needed as Southeastern has a history with equipment for Muskingum Township. The trustees decided to table discussion until they could get a side by side comparison and see the equipment both in action side by side later when the weather breaks.
STORAGE BUILDING:Jared and trustees discussed storage building for the equipment. They estimated approximately 60'x80' building. Estimate for this size approximately $127,000. Maniac indicated the township has to get the county engineer to draw up plans first before we can do anything. Maniac indicated he would get with engineer for drawings and look at our options.
TRAILER:Jared indicated that the trailer is on order with expected delivery in April.
SPECTRUM:Maniac indicated that the internet is fixed but we still need new router and password from spectrum. He has had calls in and will get with the spectrum tech to schedule installation. The Fire Department indicated that we can cancel the other spectrum account as it is no longer needed.
TREES:Fell indicated per ORC that tree removal is the property owner responsibility and we need to pass a township nuisance resolution. Trustees will get with county auditor and attorney to draw up resolution.
ROAD GRANTS:Maniac indicated that since our road grade are not quite where they need to be it is doubtful we qualify for the grant. He indicated we still can qualify for a small government grant/loan. Maniac will follow up and submit the small government grant/loan.
MARK BORDER:Mark Border turned in his retirement from the township.
SALT:Trustees indicated there is approximately 50 tons of salt on hand. Maniac indicated he would get with Braxis for a salt order. Trustees indicated that the salt contract should be coming up for renewal soon.
SPECIAL MEETING:Trustees agreed to hold Special Meeting on February 11, to adopt township nuisance resolution. Fiscal Officer to get the notice in the newspaper.
OTA CONFERENCE:Maniac indicated that the OTA conference was virtual this year and for $65 we have purchased all the sessions from the OTA conference that we can access online.
MAILBOXES:Maniac indicated we need a list of mailboxes that we need to replace or provide resident with reimbursement due to the snow plowing. Ed indicated he had 2 that has contacted him. Hittle indicated he has heard from 1 so far. The resident needs to provide us with receipts and we will reimburse up to $
CHIP SEAL:Maniac indicated that we need to put on our calendar to look at chip seal in June and we want to bid out limestone this year.
ZACH HOLMES:Maniac indicated that Zach Holmes, former Strauser worker, has discussed a road rejuvenation process that we may want to look at and had some roads in Pickerington that we may want to look at and consider in the near future. It is a road preservation, protection process similar to micro resurfacing but better and less expensive.
OHIO PUBLIC WORKS RESOLUTION:Maniac presented resolution for Ohio Public Works capital improvement program authorizing Maniac as main contact authorized to apply to the OPWC for road funds. Hittle seconded, Fell ayed. Roll call: Maniac ayed, Fell ayed, Hittle ayed.
WINTERWOOD:Hittle indicated that Mike Haves of Winterwood inquired about needing an address determine for his property.
FIRE / EMS REPORTDECEMBER/JANUARY EMS/FIRE RUN REPORTS:DECEMBERFIRE 5 runs 17.096 A.R.T (average response time)EMS 35 runs 7.84 A.R.T. (average response time)
JANUARYEMS 29 runs 6.61 A.R.T. (average response time)
Maniaci motioned to adjourn. Hittle seconded. _________________________________ Jason T. Baughman, CPA, Fiscal Officer______________________________________________________________________________________ BOARD OF MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES FEBRUARY 11, 2021
PURPOSE OF MEETING• The Muskingum Township Trustee held special meeting on February 11, 2021 at 7:00 P.M. in the Fire Building for the purpose of Nuisance resolution.
ATTENDANCE• Trustees: Ed Fell, Mike Maniaci, Matt Hittle • Fiscal Officer: Jason Baughman.• Residents: 0 residents
Maniaci motioned to approve the following resolution.Fell seconded, Hittle ayed.Roll Call Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed, Hittle ayed.RESOLUTION NO. 02-11-2021 ADOPTED: 2/11/2021SUBJECT: Nuisance LegislationThe Board of Trustee of Muskingum Township, Muskingum, County, Ohio, met in special session on the 11th day of February, 2021 with the following members present:Mike ManiaciEd FellMatt Hittle Trustee Maniaci moved for the adoption of the following resolution:BE IT RESOLVED THAT, pursuant to ORC 505.86, and 505.87, authorizes the Board of Trustees to provide for the abatement, control, or removal of vegetation, garbage, refuse and other debris from land in the township, if the Board determines that the owner’s maintenance of such vegetation, garbage, refuse and other debris constitutes a nuisance.Whereas: Ohio Revised Code Section 505.87 provides that, at least seven (7) days prior to providing for the abatement, control, or removal of any vegetation, garbage, refuse, or debris, the Board of Trustees shall notify the owner of the land and any holders of liens of record upon the land; andWhereas: Ohio Revised Code Section 505.87 provides that, if the Board of Trustees determines within twelve consecutive months after a prior nuisance determination that the same owner’s maintenance of vegetation, garbage refuse, or other debris on the same land in the township constitutes a nuisance, at least four days prior to providing for the abatement, control, or removal of the nuisance, the Board must send notice of the subsequent nuisance determination to the landowner and to any lien holders of record by first class mail; and Whereas: In accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 505.87, the Township Trustees have the authority to contract to abate the nuisances and have the costs incurred assessed to the property tax bills; thereforeNOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Trustees of Muskingum Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, as follows:1. This Board adopts the attached nuisance policy and supporting documents as the Policy and procedure for nuisance abatement in Muskingum Township, Muskingum County, Ohio.2. That this resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption.3. It is found and determined that all formal actions of this Board concerning and relating to the adoption of this resolution were adopted in an open meeting of this Board, and that all deliberations of this Board and its committees that resulted in those formal actions were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with the law.
Mr. _______Fell___________________ seconded the Resolution, and the roll being called upon the question of its adoption, the vote resulted as follows:Vote Record:Mr. Maniaci ___aye_________Mr. Fell _____aye_______Mr. Hittle ____aye________Adopted this ____11th____day of February, 2021 Board of Trustees: Mike Maniaci _________________________________ Ed Fell _________________________________ Matt Hittle _________________________________
THE STATE OF OHIO s/sMUSKINGUM COUNTY
I, Jason T. Baughman, Fiscal Officer of Muskingum Township, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution Adopting a Township Nuisance Policy is taken and copied from the Record of the Proceedings of said Township, and that the same has been compared by me with the Resolution on said Record and that it is a true and correct copy thereof.
WITNESS my signature this ____11th____day of February, 2021.
____________________________________ JASON T. BAUGHMAN, FISCAL OFFICER MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO
Fell motioned to adjourn. Maniaci seconded. _________________________________ Jason T. Baughman, CPA, Fiscal Officer______________________________________________________________________________________ BOARD OF MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES MARCH 4, 2021
PURPOSE OF MEETING• The Muskingum Township Trustee held the March regular meeting on March 4, 2021 at 7:00 P.M. in the Fire Building.
ATTENDANCE• Trustees: Ed Fell, Matt Hittle • Fiscal Officer: Jason Baughman.• Residents: 2 residents
MINUTESHittle motioned to approve meeting minutes. Fell seconded. Maniac ayed.
WARRANTS / CHECKSChecks were approved and signed for payment.Hittle and Fell reviewed payroll checks for Jared and Donnie. Need to look at comp time rules and call out rules as they relate to normal work week. Need to address clocking in and out issues and daily work hours.
SALT PURCHASE:Trustees indicated ordered salt from Abraxis for $91 ton.
ROAD GRANT:Maniaci applied for and submitted the road grant application.
SPECTRUM:Trustees indicated that the internet is now working and the security cameras are working now.
SECURITY CAMERAS:Trustees indicated that the security cameras are now active and working.
ROAD MAINTENANCE:Fell indicated that the roads are changing with the weather and thawing and will be looking into what roads we need to do patching and prepare for chip-seal.
TREE TRIMMING:Hittle indicated that the we did a lot of tree trimming this week.
STORAGE/SALT/EQUIPMENT BUILDING:Trustees indicated that we will look into estimates and specs on building construction for equipment storage.
FRANK CIGLE:Resident Mr. Cigole, Cassies Way, was in attendance and ask the trustees about the following:
STORAGE UNITS JONES ROAD: Mr. Cigole indicated the construction is creating a mess and ask who is responsible for the cleanup. Fell indicated that with no zoning nothing we can do about construction of the units. DRAINIAGE JONES ROAD:Mr. Cigole asked if any plans on chip seal of Jones Road and indicted pot holes on Tunis Road. Hittle indicated Tunis is having some sewer issues. Fell indicated we would look into the roads this spring when the roads have thawed and settled. They are on our list to address this summer.
BOB STEPHENS:Trustees mentioned the passing of former Sheriff Bob Stephens.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS GRANT:Trustees indicated that the commissioners approved a $20,000 grant per township and we should be receiving it soon.
MOWING BIDS:Trustees approved to bid out mowing of cemetery and township garage and fire building. Fiscal Officer will put notice in paper and sealed bids will be opened at the April 1st meeting.
TREE LETTER:Trustees indicated that they will table the tree letter to be sent until next meeting.
CULVERTS:Mr. Eric Wasson requested a drive way culvert on his property. He will send a check in for the culvert and trustees will schedule time for Jared and Donnie to install.
ST. MARY'S ROAD:Trustees indicated that there is a missing road sign on St. Mary's and will get the guys to replace.
FIRE / EMS REPORTFEBRUARY:FIRE 11 runs 10.25 A.R.T (average response time)EMS 21 runs 5.85 A.R.T. (average response time)
Fell motioned to adjourn. Hittle seconded. _________________________________ Jason T. Baughman, CPA, Fiscal Officer______________________________________________________________________________________ BOARD OF MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES APRIL 1, 2021
PURPOSE OF MEETING• The Muskingum Township Trustee held the April regular meeting on April 1, 2021 at 7:00 P.M. in the Fire Building.
ATTENDANCE• Trustees: Ed Fell, Matt Hittle, Mike Maniaci • Fiscal Officer: Jason Baughman.• Residents: 3 residents
MINUTESFell motioned to approve meeting minutes. Hittle seconded.
MOWING BIDS:Mowing bids were opened for mowing of township garage, garage extra lot, and township cemeteries. One bid was received from Lawler's Lawn Company. Lawler's total bid was $560 per month for 7 months ($460 + $100 extra lot), with a one-time $100 charge for cemetery cleanup. Maniaci motioned to accept bid. Fell seconded. Roll Call: Maniaci ayed, Hittle ayed, Fell ayed.
WARRANTS / CHECKSChecks were approved and signed for payment.
THEN AND NOW PURCHASE ORDERS:Maniaci motioned to approve then and now purchase order for payment on Case Grader for $29,559.80. Hittle seconded. Roll Call: Maniaci ayed, Hittle ayed, Fell ayed.
Maniaci motioned to approve then and now purchase order for payment to Falls Fire Department per contract for $230,000. Hittle seconded. Roll Call: Maniaci ayed, Hittle ayed, Fell ayed.
JARED / DONNIE HOURS:Trustees discussed Jared's hours and time card. Need to address with him his hours worked and attendance. Jared has been off with Covid. Trustees need to write-up Jared and Donnie on their time moving forward. The overtime policy and comp time policy needs updated and enforced.
TRACK HOE:Track hoe discussion tabled until Jared gets back from covid leave.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER GRANT:We received the $20,000 grant funds from the commissioners. Maniaci indicated that he would like to look into using this money on resurface seal project. We also need to make record of where and what we used these funds for.
SAFETY GRANT:We received $500 safety grant from OTARMA.
ROAD GRANT:Maniaci indicated that our road grant did not get approved.
STORAGE BUILDING:Maniaci indicated that Shawn Johnson at the engineers office prepares the drawings on the buildings and he is currently behind. We will shoot for discussing bidding the project out at our next meeting in May. We need to discuss specifics and what we want included in the bid.
MOBILE RADIOS:Maniaci indicated we received quote from Commercial Electronics on our mobile radios. The quote is approximately $6,039.97. Maniaci motioned to approve order of radios. Fell seconded. Roll Call: Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed, Hittle ayed.
CULVERTS:Trustees will get with Jared and Donnie on culvert installs as soon as Jared gets back from covid.
JONES ROAD:Maniaci indicated that received email regarding Jones Road Storage Buildings. The complaint indicated storage building encroaching the road, no drainage, snow removal being neglected on Jones Road. Maniaci indicated that we need to get with Jared and Donnie to give us the plowing routes. Maniaci indicated that since Curtis is no longer employed we may do a different route than he use to do in the past. Fell indicated we did get it swept back. Maniaci indicated all we can do is install a 20' pipe unless he is willing to buy the pipe and we install it for him.
TREE WORK:Maniaci and Hittle indicated we are spending too much on tree trimming.
PATCHING:Maniaci indicated we need to get out and remark the areas we want to patch and get estimates.
CHIP SEAL:Maniaci indicated that we need to look into chip seal. We need to discuss if we want to do all the roads we discussed in January/February meeting and schedule for this year.
OAKWOOD NORTH:Mr. Carl Schaefer from Northcrest homeowners association was in attendance to discuss speeding and stop signs in the Oakwood North area. He has contacted the sheriff department for more patrolling in the area. He requested more stop signs at the intersections, two or three way stops from the trustees. Maniaci indicated that we can designate stop signs at our discretion. Mr. Schafer indicated that 88 out of 197 are in the homeowners association.
TREE LETTER:Maniaci read tree nuisance letter to be sent to property owner Jake Birkhimer of Finwood Circle. The Nuisance resolution is for dead overhanging trees on our township property causing a hazederous road condition. The original letter sent was certified on 1/26/21. Hittle indicated that he would get the letter out.
STOP SIGN RESOLUTION:Maniaci read resolution #04012021A approving the installation stop signs to create a three way stop at the intersection of Glenwood Dr. and Greenbriar Way in Oakwood North Subdivision . Hittle motioned. Fell seconded. Roll Call: Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed, Hittle ayed.
CHUGG RUN RESOLUTION:Maniaci read resolution #04012021 approving the name change of Chug-Run Road off of McGlade School Road per ORC 5541.04 . The north half of Chug Run to be changed to North Chug-Run Road. This allows for less confusion of our Fire/EMS calls. Maniaci moved motion, Fell seconded. Roll Call: Maniaci ayed, Fell ayed, Hittle ayed.
COVID MONEY AND REPORTING:Maniaci indicated that there has been no decision yet on townships receiving any additional money for covid relief this year.
ST. MARY'S ROAD:Hittle indicated we received call from Mr. Weever on St. Mary's Road about speeding. He asked about anything we can do such as speed bumps. Hittle indicated we can call the sheriff's department to patrol the area but we are not in favor of adding speed bumps to our roads.
VIRGINIA ROAD:Hittle indicated he received call from Mr. Hendrix on Virginia Road about some water issues.
SALT CONTRACT:Maniaci indicated we need to add 150-250 tons of salt on our next state bid.
SWEEPING:Hittle indicated received complaint from Chad about sweeping of cinders in their yard.
COVID REPORTING:Maniaci indicated that he submitted the covid reporting information on the Ohio Grants website for the Covid Relief money we received.
FRAME ROAD TURN-AROUND:Hittle indicated received a call about us adding some stone to the school bus turn around in the cul-de-sac on Frame Road.
MY DRIVE:Hittle indicted received call about mobile home trailer nuisance on My Drive.
FIRE / EMS REPORTNo Information at time of meeting. Hittle motioned to adjourn. Fell seconded. _________________________________ Jason T. Baughman, CPA, Fiscal Officer______________________________________________________________________________________