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Council - Minutes
Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Council Minutes
November 7, 2006

Circleville City Council convened in Council Chambers, City Hall, 127 South Court Street, Circleville, Ohio, on
Tuesday, November 7, 2006 at 8:00 P.M.
The following members were present: David M. Crawford, President; Bruce Bell, At Large; Bob Bensonhaver, At Large; David Martin, At Large; Tom Klitzka, First Ward ; Barry Keller, Second Ward; Anne Bella Canan, Third Ward; Bill Bangert, Fourth Ward and Linda M. Chancey, Clerk.

Crawford called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and prayer was offered. Council minutes of October 17, 2006 are filed as recorded.

The City Auditor stated that council members have received their expense reports ending October 31, 2006 in the weekend packets.

In response to Martin¡¦s question about the water study for city water system, Louis McFarland stated the service department is still in the water study phase and the report will be coming to council members at the end of this year.

„«     A notice from the Ohio Division of Liquor Control, dated October 17, 2006, was read stating that We Be Wings, DBA Roosters Restaurant & Bar is applying for class B new permit.
„«     Tim Colburn, Vice President of Finances of Berger Health System, stated the ordinance that is before council members is a restructure ordinance for series B & C bonds. This will better match the maturity of debit to the assets the hospital has built with these proceeds. This was for long term improvements to the hospital and buildings.
„«     A letter from Pickaway County YMCA¡¦s Board of Trustees, dated November 1, 2006 was read, recapping the experience with the pool. It has been their goal over the last two years to keep their deficit at $5,000 or less. Despite their best efforts they are exceeding these projections. They are requesting the city to consider for 2007 a commitment of $10,000 to help them to defray their costs. This was referred to the finance committee for further study.
Keller motioned to accept the correspondences and to place them on file. Bensonhaver seconded.

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING
A Resolution Designating The 72.188 Acre Tract Of Real Estate Of The City Of Circleville Located On The Corner Of State Route 188 And Pontius Road As The Mary Virginia Crites Hannan Park.
Canan stated this was reviewed by the Long Range committee and was recommended for passage. The city was bequest $800,000 to $900,000 dollars from the late Mary Virginia Crites Hannan to build a city park. In consideration for her generous contribution, the city would like to name the park after her and it was also a stipulation in the will. Canan motioned to suspend the rules. Klitzka seconded. Roll call. Rules are suspended. Canan motioned for adoption. Bangert seconded. Roll call. Resolution is adopted and was assigned # 11-72-2006.

An Ordinance Establishing The Mary Virginia Crites Hannan Park Improvement Fund To Accumulate Revenue And Disburse Expenditures For Capital Improvement To The Mary Virginia Crites Hannan Park. Keller stated this allows the city to receive the funds and to be disputes for the specific use for the new park. Keller motioned to suspend the rules. Canan seconded. Roll call. Rules are suspended. Keller motioned for passage. Klitzka seconded. Roll call. Ordinance passes and was assigned # 11-73-2006.

An Ordinance Amending The Annual Appropriation Ordinance In The General Fund 101, The Safety Forces Fund 212, The Legal Research & Computer Maintenance Fund 209, The Municipal Probation Services Fund 210, The Small Cities Block Grant Fund 239, The Mary Virginia Crites Hannan Park Fund 320, And The Building Standard Fund 501 Of The City Of Circleville. Keller stated this is a financial housekeeping ordinance that was reviewed by the finance committee. Keller motioned to suspend the rules. Bell seconded. Roll call. Rules are suspended. Keller motioned for passage. Bell seconded. Roll call. Ordinance passes and was assigned # 11-74-2006.

An Ordinance Authorizing The Execution And Delivery Of A First Amendment To Financing Agreement Between The City Of Circleville, Ohio And Berger Health System Authorizing Execution of A First Amendment To Bond Purchase Agreement Among The City Of Circleville, Ohio Berger Health System And JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA; Authorizing The Execution Of Other Documents In Connection Therewith; And Declaring An Emergency. Keller stated this is for the restructure of debit for the Berger Health System for three different notes.
Keller motioned to suspend the rules. Martin seconded. Roll call. Rues are suspended. Keller motioned for passage. Bensonhaver seconded. Roll call. Ordinance passes and was assigned # 11-75-2006.

Bangert motioned to adjourn the meeting at 8:36 pm. Martin seconded. All Yeas.

Respectfully submitted by

Linda M. Chancey, Clerk




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