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Council Meeting Minutes - November 4, 2009


The Council Meeting of the Village of Moreland Hills was called to order by Mayor Susan Renda at 7:00 p.m.

PRESENT AT ROLL CALL: Mr. Newman, Mr. Buczek, Mrs. Cooper, Mr. Wortzman, Mr. Stanard and Mr. Richman.

ALSO PRESENT: Mayor Susan Renda, Law Director Margaret Cannon, Village Engineer Jeff Filarski, Building Commissioner Greg Potts, Service Director Ted DeWater, Clerk of Council Dina M. Lelonis, Residents- Marilyn Everts, Mr. Ebel, and Ms. Jaquay.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Cooper to approve the Council meeting minutes of October 14, 2009.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mrs. Cooper made a motion, seconded by Mr. Buczek to approve the Special Council meeting minutes of August 04, 2009.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Richman
NAYS: None
ABSTENTIONS: Stanard
Motion carried.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mr. Wortzman to approve the Special Council meeting minutes of August 05, 2009.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Richman
NAYS: None
ABSTENTIONS: Stanard
Motion carried.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mr. Wortzman to approve the Special Council meeting minutes of August 06, 2009.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Richman
NAYS: None
ABSTENTIONS: Stanard
Motion carried.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mr. Wortzman to approve the Special Council meeting minutes of August 07, 2009.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Richman
NAYS: None
ABSTENTIONS: Stanard
Motion carried.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Cooper to approve the Special Council meeting minutes of September 21, 2009.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mayor Renda asked if there are any residents in the audience who would like to address Council. Ms. Marilyn Everts stood and explained that she had two issues that she would like to discuss. Ms. Everts asked why the Village does not offer a leaf pick up program for its residents, especially the elderly or residents who are incapable of removing the leaves themselves. She stated that it has become increasingly difficult for her to maintain the chore of raking leaves as she grows older. Ms. Everts stated that the surrounding communities provide this service to their residents and she feels that the residents of the Moreland Hills pay enough taxes and questions if this Council is being financially responsible with the money that the Village receives from taxpayers. Ms. Everts continued on to her next issue, asking why the repaving of Meadowhill Lane was never completed. She explained that during the summer resurfacing program Meadowhill Lane was repaved and a layer of stones was thrown onto the new pavement. A second layer of black top was never added over the stones; therefore, the stones on the roadway remained loose and she was unable to drive her vehicle on the Meadowhill Lane for fear of damaging it. She stated that Pike Drive in Orange Village had a similar resurfacing project but Orange Village placed a black top layer over to stones in order to prevent them from being thrown up from the roadway. Mayor Renda thanked Ms. Everts for her questions and proceeded to answer them. Mayor Renda stated that she heard a third question that Ms. Everts presented to Council. Mayor Renda explained that the difference between tax revenue in Orange Village, Pepper Pike and Moreland Hills is that both Orange Village and Pepper Pike receive commercial taxes from hotels and restaurants. Moreland Hills relies on residential based taxes to operate the Village.

Mayor Renda explained that the cost to remove the leaves is not just the initial investment in the proper equipment but also the man hours that would be required to run the program and also the liability that the Village would incur. In addition to those factors, the Village does not have a place to take the leaves once they are removed and would incur the cost to dispose of the leaves properly. Mayor Renda told Ms. Evert that it is a topic that the Village will continue to revisit, and that next year she will be sending out a survey to each resident asking them what type of services the residents would like to see offered by the Village. Mr. Richman suggested looking into an option where the Village would not pay for the services, but rather secure a collective price for several residents who would be interested in using a private company to remove the leaves. Mr. Filarski then addressed the questions that Ms. Everts posed regarding the resurfacing of Meadowhill Lane. Mr. Filarski stated that he did receive a call from Ms. Everts with concerns about the stones on Meadowhill Lane. Within one hour of speaking to Ms. Everts, Mr. Filarski had the street sweeper sent to Meadowhill Lane to sweep the roadway. Mr. Filarski explained that the chip and seal program is used to resurface the roadways in the Village. The process does include placing a layer of stone over black top. The top layer of stone is pushed into the blacktop over time, and the excess stones are swept away after the first season. Mr. Filarski explained to Ms. Everts that the sound that she hears as she drives over the newly laid stone layer is the loose stones that are being brought up by her tires and bouncing off of her wheel well, not the side of her car. The roadway is safe for vehicles to drive on without the risk of damaging the vehicles.

Mrs. Cooper stated that her street was also resurfaced recently and after the first few days the loose stones dissipated.


REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE MAYOR

Mayor Renda reminded Council members that there is a Special Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 10th at 7:00 pm to deal with two finance issues. One is the appropriation of funds for the month of November and the seconded is a budget issue dealing with the passing of the levy. Mayor Renda thanked and congratulated everyone for all of their hard work on passing the police and fire levy. She also congratulated Mr. Wortzman, Mr. Stanard and Mrs. Cooper on their reelection.

Mayor Renda also explained that she will be updating the salary survey that she conducted in 2008 in preparation for the December Committee of the Whole meeting where Council will discuss raises. Also on the agenda will be possibility of amending the current legislation that pertains to yard signs and elections.


REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

Service Committee
Mr. Richman stated that the Service Committee did not meet last month, but there are two items on the agenda tonight. One is the 2009 Hazardous Tree Removal Program and the second is the replacement of a cab and chassis. Mr. Richman provided members of Council with photographs of the Service Department’s existing cab and chassis showing the deteriorating condition of the truck along with Service Director Ted DeWater’s memo recommending that Council consider legislation to purchase a new cab and chassis. The existing cab and chassis was slated for replacement in 2005, but the Service Department has extended the life of the vehicle through replacement of components and extensive in house maintenance. The replacement of the existing cab and chassis was budget for 2010, however; by replacing the cab and chassis in 2009 the Village will save $11,500. Mr. Richman explained that if Council passes the Legislation to purchase the new cab and chassis, he will then be making a motion authorizing the Service Director to seek bids for the outfitting of the new cab and chassis. Mrs. Cooper asked if this is the same salt truck purchase that is included in the 2010 budget. Mr. Richman confirmed that it is the same salt/plow truck that is listed in the 2010 budget.

The next Service Committee meeting will be held Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 8:00 am.


Planning Commission
Mr. Newman stated that the Planning Commission met on October 26. 2009. At the meeting Mr. Eble, Ms. Jaquay, and builder Mr. Papageorge presented the Commission with drawings for a proposed garage to be built and attached to the current home located at 288 Bentleyville Road. When the home was originally built a garage was not included. In order for a garage to be build the residents will require a 41 foot front yard variance. The Village Engineer reviewed the project and the Planning Commission approved a Front Yard Variance for 41 feet. Mr. Newman asked if there were any questions, there were none.

Mr. Newman made a motion, seconded by Mr. Buczek to allow a 41 foot front yard variance at 288 Bentleyville Road.

Mr. Buczek stated that drawings show that the addition of the garage will enhance the aesthetics of the area.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.

Mr. Newman explained that the Planning Commission is also working on an Accessory Building and a Right-of-Way Ordinance; however, he does not believe that they will be completed prior to the end of this year. The next Planning Commission meeting will be held Monday, November 23, 2009 at 5:00 pm.


Safety Committee
Mrs. Cooper stated that the Safety Committee did not meet this month; however, the new police cruiser is on the road. Mrs. Cooper thanked everyone for working to pass the police and fire levy.

The next Safety Committee meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 24, 2009 at 8am.


Parks Commission
Mrs. Cooper reported that the Parks Committee met on October 27, 2009. Mrs. Cooper explained that at the meeting the committee discussed different ways the Village can utilize the property located at Hiram Trail and SOM Center Road. Chairman Fritz asked that members think about what would be the best use for the property and at the November meeting the Commission will discuss making a recommendation. Mrs. Cooper suggests that Council read the minutes from the meeting to hear all of the ideas that are being considered for the property. Mrs. Cooper also stated that she would appreciate any feedback or suggestion that Council may have. Mr. Richman asked if the ATV being considered for purchase for Forest Ridge will be included in the equipment budget for the police department. Mayor Renda confirmed that the ATV would come out of the police budget, the Parks Commission does not have a budget.

The next Parks Commission meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at 4:45 pm.


Utilities Committee
Mr. Buczek stated that the Utilities Committee met on Monday, October 26, 2009. Mr. Buczek explained that the construction contract for the Woodland Glen/Quail Hollow force mains has been executed and the contractor is in the process of providing proposed boring pit locations to the Village Engineer for approval. The 2008 sewer rehab, catch basin cleaning and pump station cleaning is complete. Mr. Filarski will present at change order to Council in the amount of $38,883.65 as a deduction. The final contract amount is $78,530.60. Mr. Filarski indicated that several of the tested sanitary sewer joints needed to be sealed. Sealing these joints has resulted in reduced infiltration as observed by reduced flows to the WWTP’s and pump stations.

An easement for the Chagrin Valley Country Club sanitary sewer connection is needed for the section of connection that will be routed in the right-of-way along SOM Center Rd. The remaining length that will be required will become the responsibility of the Village. Mr. Filarski will provide an easement for Council’s consideration. Mrs. Cooper asked Mr. Buczek how much of the easement will the Village be responsible for and if the Village should notify any nearby residents to ask if they would like tap into the sewer line at this time. Mr. Filarski explained that the easement is not on the agenda tonight, however; the easement will allow the Chagrin Valley Country Club to place their sewer pipe in the Village’s right-of-way, similar to how Loconti was done on Miles Road. In the easement it is spelled out that the maintenance is the property owner’s responsibility and not the Village’s. With regards to adjoining residents, Mr. Filarski spoke with Mr. Alescisi who has the only developed property adjoining the country club and Mr. Aleshi advised that he has a septic system that is eight years old and does not wish to tie into the sewer line.

The next Utilities Committee meeting will be Monday, November 23, 2009 at 3:30 pm.


Finance Committee
Mr. Stanard stated that the Finance Committee did not meet since the last Council meeting and thanked everyone for their hard work to pass the police and fire levy.

Buildings and Grounds
Mr. Wortzman stated that the Buildings and Grounds Committee did not meet; therefore, he has nothing to report at this time.

The next Buildings and Grounds meeting will be Monday, November 23, 2009 at 8:00 am.


ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

*Ordinance 2009-11 was introduced by Mr. Stanard. An Ordinance for the payment of the bills in the month of November, in the amount of $ 184,090.45 and Declaring an Emergency.

Mr. Stanard made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Cooper to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2009-11.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Stanard made a motion, seconded by Mr. Buczek for passage of Ordinance 2009-11

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


*Ordinance 2009-93 was introduced by Mr. Buczek. An Ordinance authorizing change order No. 2 with AKE Laboratory, Inc. for the 2008 Sanitary and Storm Sewer Rehabilitation and Pump Station Cleaning Project and Declaring and Emergency.

Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Cooper to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2009-93.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion Carried


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mr. Richman for passage of Ordinance 2009-93.

Mr. Buczek explained that this will close out the contract with AKE for cleaning and sealing of the storm sewers. Mr. Stanard asked if the reduction in cost is due to the quality of work that was previously done. Mr. Filarski stated not necessarily and explained that each joint is tested by introducing air pressure into the joint. If the joint fails it is sealed immediately. The Village anticipated that approximately 30% of the joints to fail and only 19% did, resulting in the credit.

Mrs. Cooper asked if this is an annual project. Mr. Filarski confirmed that the Village annually selects approximately one-third of its sewers each year for the project. The current project started in October 2008, and the new project will begin in 2010.

Mr. Buczek stated there has been a noticeable decrease in flow at the Cableknoll pump station during wet weather. Twenty percent of the joints were sealed at that location and he believes that the testing is paying off.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


*Ordinance 2009-94 was introduced by Mayor Renda. An Ordinance providing for the employment of Santo T. Incorvaia as Prosecutor, fixing compensation and Declaring an Emergency.

Mrs. Cooper made a motion, seconded by Mr. Wortzman to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2009-94.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mayor Renda stated that Mr. Incorvaia was hired as the Village Prosecutor two years ago and would like to continue his service with the Village. Mayor Renda explained that Mr. Incorvaia has done a stellar job. He is always accessible for the needs of the Village and provides very good follow through. There will be no change in his current compensation.

Mrs. Cooper made a motion, seconded by Mr. Wortzman for passage of Ordinance 2009-94.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


*Ordinance 2009-95 was introduced by Mr. Buczek. An Ordinance amending existing Section 931.04(a), sewage rates, of Chapter 931 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Moreland Hills, to revise the commercial sewage rate for Chagrin Valley Country Club and Declaring an Emergency.

Mr. Buczek explained that this is a follow up to the tap-in fees Resolution that was passed by Council at last months meeting. The original Resolution was passed in August of 2007. This amendment would show a $1,000 reduction in fee from the existing rate, due to the changes that are occurring at the Jackson Valley WWTP and the fact that Chagrin Valley Country Club was able to provide the Village with an accurate record of past two years of water consumption.

Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mr. Stanard to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2009-95.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Cooper for passage of 2009-95.

Mr. Richman asked if the recorded meter readings included the irrigation system as well. Mr. Buczek stated that the meter readings included domestic use from the clubhouse and did not include the irrigation system. Mrs. Cooper asked if this Ordinance will include all existing commercial establishments in the Village. Mr. Filarski confirmed that it does include all existing commercial establishments and any future commercial establishments will need to be assessed prior to tapping in.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: Newman
Motion carried.


*Ordinance 2009-96 was introduced by Mayor Renda. An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to accept an easement from Stephen J. and Penni Weinberg for the purpose of installing and maintaining a sanitary force main together with appurtenances, authorizing the installation and maintenance of a sanitary force main together with appurtenances with Stephen J. and Penni Weinberg’s land, authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement fixing the terms and conditions thereto and Declaring an Emergency.

Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Cooper to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2009-96.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mr. Stanard for passage of Ordinance 2009-96.

Mr. Buczek explained that a force main will be build across Chagrin Boulevard north on Wiltshire Rd. This force main will be going under Woodburn Drive. All of the work needed to complete the project will be done under the properties of Woodburn Drive and will tie into a manhole at the cul-de- sac. There will not be any work done on the surface of the properties on Woodburn Drive.

Law Director Margaret Cannon explained that what Council is approving is accepting the easement from Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg and also authorizing the Village to install stone and/or timber in front of the properties along the street. Each resident will pay for the cost of the timber and stone and the Village will not be responsible for maintaining the timber and stone. Each resident was required to sign a release acknowledging the requirements and responsibilities of the resident.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


*Resolution 2009-97 was introduced by Mr. Stanard. A Resolution designating public depositories for active and interim and Declaring an Emergency.

Mr. Stanard made a motion, seconded by Mr. Richman to suspend the rules for Resolution 2009-97.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Stanard made a motion, seconded by Mr. Richman for passage of Resolution 2009-97.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


*Ordinance 2009-98 was introduced by Mr. Richman. An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into a contract with Lake Geauga Tree Service for the Hazardous Tree Removal Program at a total cost not to exceed fifteen thousand three hundred dollars ($15,300) and Declaring an Emergency.

Mr. Richman made a motion, seconded by Mr. Buczek to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2009-98.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Richman explained that Lake Geauga Tree Service will remove all trees in the Village that are dead or at risk of falling on the Village roadways. Mr. Richman stated that the Village did receive a number of bids with a wide variety of pricing. Lake Geauga Tree was the lowest and best bidder.

Service Director Ted DeWater stated that he took a ride along with Rob, the owner of Lake Geauga Tree, to ensure that each tree marked for removal was brought to the attention of Lake Geauga Tree. He also stated that Lake Geauga Tree has complete large tree jobs in the cities of Akron, and Green. Both cities provided positive feedback for the work performance of Lake Geauga Tree Service.

Mr. Newman asked Mr. DeWater if the tree that is currently leaning over Bentleyville Road onto Miles Road is marked for removal. Mr. DeWater confirmed that it will be included in the project.

Mr. Stanard asked Mr. DeWater if Lake Geauga Tree Services will be required to carry insurance while working on the project in Moreland Hills. Mr. DeWater confirmed that Lake Geauga Tree Service is required and has provided proof of insurance and Bureau of Workmen’s Compensation.

Mr. Richman made a motion, seconded by Mr. Buczek for passage of Ordinance 2009-98.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


*Resolution 2009-99 was introduced by Law Director Margaret Cannon. A Resolution of intent to appropriate a 0.016 acre, more or less, permanent drainage easement from Robert C. DeFranco, said acreage located in the southeastern portion of the Village on Canyon Road, Village of Moreland Hills, County of Cuyahoga, State of Ohio.

Law Director Cannon explained that the Village has been attempting to acquire this drainage easement from Mr. DeFranco for quite some time through negotiation and agreement. These attempts have not been successful and therefore the next step in the legal process to appropriate the easement is for Council to pass a Resolution of necessity. If after further efforts to resolve this with Mr. DeFranco, the Village is still unsuccessful, then it will be necessary for Council to pass an Appropriation Ordinance.

Mrs. Cooper made a motion, seconded by Mr. Wortzman to suspend the rules for Resolution 2009-99.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Cooper for passage of Resolution 2009-99.

Mr. Stanard asked if Mr. DeFranco has been notified of the Villages’ intent to appropriate the property. Mrs. Cannon confirmed that Mr. DeFranco has been notified and has attended several meetings with Mrs. Cannon and Mayor Renda and was also present when the Village had the property appraised. Mr. DeFranco has also been advised that he has the opportunity to address Council prior to the Ordinance passing.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


*Ordinance 2009-100 was introduced by Mr. Richman. An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to purchase a single axle cab and chassis unit, model Profile 2010 7400 SFA 4×2 (SA525), from Miami Valley International Trucks through the State of Ohio Department of Transportation’s Cooperative Purchasing Program at a cost not to exceed sixty-eight thousand six hundred fifty-seven dollars ($68,657); waiving competitive bidding and Declaring and Emergency.

Mr. Richman explained that this is the salt hopper/plow truck that was slated for replacement in 2005.

Mr. Richman made a motion, seconded by Mr. Buczek to suspend the rules for Ordinance 2009-100.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Richman made a motion, seconded by Mr. Buczek for passage of Ordinance 2009- 100.

Mr. Richman explained that the basic items that come with the truck are listed in the Ordinance. The items that will be included in the motion that he will be presenting if the Ordinance passes will be the hydraulics, the dump body, snow plow, de-icing system, salt controller and other related equipment.

Mr. Stanard stated that as the Ordinance reads, this was done without competitive bidding. Mr. DeWater explained that ODOT receives the bids and since Village of Moreland Hills is a cooperative member of ODOT’s Department of Administrative Services the Village does not have to go through the bidding process itself, but is able to accept the bids that ODOT has already taken. Mr. Stanard then asked if it was previously bid by ODOT using competitive bidding. Mrs. Cannon confirmed that it was competitively bid by ODOT.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Mr. Richman made a motion, seconded by Mr. Newman allowing the Service Department to develop specifications, advertise for bids or utilize State bid contracts for the up fitting of a heavy duty snow and ice truck.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


Miscellaneous Business

Mr. Wortzman explained that last month he had an emergency at home that required the response of both the police department and the fire department. He wanted to thank both departments for their quick response and great care that was provided. He also thanked Mrs. Cooper and Mr. Buczek for helping distribute flyers to residents for his reelection campaign.

Mrs. Cooper updated members on the funds that were raised for the police and fire levy mailings. She explained that the cost of the mailing was greater than the amount that was initially raised and she will be asking members for another donation so that she can close out the account. She thanked the members for their support.

Mr. Newman thanked everyone for running and stated that they all did a great job.

Mr. Richman thanked everyone who ran and welcomed everyone to Council. He stated that he looks forward to working with everyone.

Mrs. Cannon explained that we are working to improve the delivery of the Council package to members. Therefore, we are asking that all department heads have any item to be placed on the agenda to the Mayor’s office for approval by the Tuesday a week before the meeting. Committee minutes and the Bills Ordinance are requested to be provided to the Mayors’ office on the Thursday before the Council meeting. Mrs. Cannon also asked that if Council has any other ideas that they please let the Mayor know.

Mrs. Cooper stated that she feels that this deadline provides plenty of time to ready materials for the Mayor’s approval.

Mr. Richman spoke to Council about the coalition that he has been working on to amend the Ohio Host Law. He announced that as of today, they have been successful in transforming all of their work into what is now called House Bill 351. Mr. Richman provided members with a copy of the Bill which also included a press release. Mr. Richman requested that Council review it and consider formally adopting newly introduced House Bill 351 at the December Council meeting.

Mayor Renda once again congratulated the current Council members who were reelected, and expressed to Mr. Newman that he will be missed on Council.

Mr. Buczek made a motion, seconded by Mr. Richman to adjourn the meeting at 8:08 pm.

ROLL CALL:
AYES: Newman, Buczek, Cooper, Wortzman, Stanard, Richman
NAYS: None
Motion carried.


ATTEST:
Dina M. Lelonis Clerk of Council 
Robin Cooper President of Council



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