Jan. 15, 2019

Attendance: 37

RESOLUTIONS

3-2019, one reading only, commending the McComb Panthers high school football team for its 2018 football season and Ohio Division VII football championship. Resolution approved 9-0.

4-2019, one reading only, authorizing the service director to apply for Recreational Trails Program funds.

5-2019, one reading only, approving two expenditures for license fees paid to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, $21,413 for a 2019 public water system license fee, and $15,500 for a 2018 annual discharge fee.

ORDINANCES

2018-68, third reading, granting the city zoning office the authority to enforce the city’s right of way rules. Ordinance tabled Aug. 7.

2018-97, second reading, establishing a citywide policy for the use of credit cards by city employees. Ordinance tabled Oct. 2.

2018-127, third reading, appropriating $272,400 for the Water Pollution Control Center clarifier rehabilitation. Ordinance approved 9-0.

2018-132, third reading, rezoning 701-807 Adams Street and 700-714 Putnam Street from “R3 Single Family High Density Residential” to “M2 Multiple Family Residential.” Ordinance tabled 8-1, with Councilman Grant Russel, R-at-large, opposed.

2018-133, third reading, rezoning the westernmost portion of Lot 2 of Eastern Woods Subdivision from “C1 Local Commercial” to “M2 Multiple-Family High Density.” Ordinance approved 9-0.

2019-04, first reading, authorizing the mayor to enter into a three-year contract with the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 381, retroactive to Jan. 1.

2019-05, first reading, authorizing the mayor to enter into a three-year contract with the Ohio Patrolman’s Benevolent Association representing dispatchers, patrol officers, sergeants and lieutenants of the Findlay Police Department, retroactive to Jan. 1.

2019-06, first reading, repealing ordinance 2018-058 which vacated Carrol Street and Benton Street on Findlay’s east side. Motion to suspend the rules of council and give the ordinance its second and third readings defeated 5-3, with council members Tim Watson, R-7, Holly Frische, R-1, and Jim Niemeyer, R-6, opposed. Motion to reconsider approved 9-0. Second motion to suspend the rules approved 9-0. Ordinance approved 9-0.

2019-07, first reading, establishing a credit card policy for the law director.

2019-08, first reading, transferring an $11,000 grant from the Hancock Park District to the city’s park fund. Motion to suspend the rules of council and give the ordinance its second and third readings approved, 9-0. Ordinance approved 9-0.

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