Council Legislation

May 20, 2014
Public Attendance: 15

ORDINANCES
• 2014-30, third reading, by emergency, appropriating $3,344 from the self-insurance fund to a particular self-insurance fund account. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-32, third reading, by emergency, approving an application for annexation of 276 acres, referred to as the Ranzau/Jaqua property in Marion Township. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-33, third reading, zoning the Ranzau/Jaqua property as I-1 light industrial. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-34, third reading, by emergency, for debt reissuance, appropriating $3,168 from the sewer fund to 2014 bar screen debt service, $4,693 from water fund to 2014 Water Treatment Plant clear wells debt service, $88,200 from capital improvements and $4,250 from bond issuance rounding to 2014 Hancock Recreation Center land refunding DS, $286,562 from water fund to 2014 water improvement refunding DS, $2,547 from capital improvements and $373 from bond issuance rounding to 2014 fire refunding DS, $2,287 from water fund to 2014 Water Treatment Plant pump station refunding DS, and $16,538 from sewer fund to 2014 north corridor refunding DS; and deappropriating $93,285 from Hancock Recreation Center land DS to capital improvements, and $302,882 from 2003 water refunding DS to water fund. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-35, third reading, by emergency, appropriating $20,000 from severance payout reserve fund to a particular severance payout reserve account, and $10,128 from water fund to 2014 Ohio Water Development Authority clear well debt service to make the city eligible for future discounted OWDA loans. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-37, third reading, by emergency, appropriating $3,331 from general fund proceeds, earned by selling items on GovDeals, to Police Department to purchase equipment for new hires, and chairs for the detective division and two clerks, and to help pay for new K9 officer training. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-38, second reading, by emergency, appropriating $35,000 from street construction, maintenance and repair fund to Street Department for winter snowplow repairs. Motion to suspend the statutory rules of council and give the ordinance its third reading approved 10-0. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-39, second reading, by emergency, authorizing the service-safety director to accept Development Services Agency Roadwork Development Grant Program funding and enter into agreements for city intersection upgrades. Motion to suspend the statutory rules of council and give the ordinance its third reading approved 10-0. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-40, first reading, vacating an east/west alley near Fifth Street in the Nidek subdivision, and Blanchard Avenue and Brookside additions.
• 2014-41, first reading, vacating a portion of a north/south alley running north from Sixth Street in the Brookside and Blanchard Avenue additions.
• 2014-42, first reading, vacating a portion of an east/west alley near East Street in the S&P Carlin Addition.
• 2014-43, first reading, rezoning a portion of Eastern Woods Office Park from C1 local commercial to 01 office institution.
• 2014-44, first reading, rezoning land along East Hardin and East Lincoln streets from C2 general commercial to C3 downtown commercial district.
• 2014-45, first reading, vacating part of the north/south alley between West Trenton and West Foulke avenues, the first alley east of Morey Avenue in the Howard Addition.
• 2014-46, first reading, vacating part of the north/south alley between West Trenton and West Foulke avenues, the second alley east of Morey Avenue in the Howard Addition.
• 2014-47, first reading, vacating part of the north/south alley between West Trenton and West Foulke avenues, the second alley west of Cory Street in the Howard Addition.
• 2014-48, first reading, vacating part of the north/south alley between West Trenton and West Foulke avenues, the first alley west of Cory Street in the Howard Addition.
• 2014-49, first reading, vacating a portion of West Foulke Avenue between Morey Avenue and Cory Street in the Howard Addition.
• 2014-50, first reading, by emergency, appropriating $115,000 from general fund to Health Department for vaccine purchases, and $45,000 from Revolving Loan Fund to Fort Findlay Enterprises RLF for improvements to Bistro on Main. Motion to suspend the statutory rules of council and give the ordinance its second and third readings approved 10-0. Ordinance approved 10-0.
• 2014-51, first reading, by emergency, authorizing the service-safety director to advertise for bids and enter into contracts for the purchase of materials, chemicals, and service agreements needed by various departments.
• 2014-52, first reading, by emergency, appropriating $20,000 from general fund to Health Department merger account to develop a merger plan with Hancock County; $12,000 from general fund to planning/zoning for Hancock Regional Planning Commission work; and $36,000 from water fund to Water Treatment Plant interior lighting fund. Motion to suspend the statutory rules of council and give the ordinance its second and third readings approved 10-0. Ordinance approved 10-0.
RESOLUTIONS
• 21-2014, second reading, by emergency, authorizing the service-safety director to advertise for bids and enter into contracts for upgrades to the East Sandusky Street/Osborn Avenue intersection.
• 22-2014, second reading, by emergency, transferring $8,200 within human resources funds, and $93,000 from swimming pool to 2014 pool improvements fund. Motion to suspend the statutory rules of council and give the ordinance its third reading approved 10-0. Resolution approved 10-0.

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