Circleville Ohio
The Pumpkin Show
City of Circleville, Ohio
Home
Departments
Commissions & Committees
Contact Us
Space
*
*
Back
LINE
*
Council - Minutes
Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Council Minutes
December 19, 2006

Circleville City Council convened in Council Chambers, City Hall, 127 South Court Street, Circleville, Ohio, on
Tuesday, December 19, 2006 at 8:00 P.M.
The following members were present: David M. Crawford, President; Bob Bensonhaver, At Large; Bruce Bell, At Large; Tom Klitzka, First Ward; Barry Keller, Second Ward; Anne Bella Canan, Third Ward; Bill Bangert, Fourth Ward and Linda M. Chancey, Clerk. Absent: David Martin, At Large

Crawford called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and prayer was offered. Council minutes of December 5, 2006 are filed as recorded.

„«     Crawford announced there will be a committee of the whole meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 16, 2007 (prior to council meeting). This will be held in council chambers to solicit community feedback regarding the city¡¦s financial position and potential methods for enhancing revenue.

ORDINANCE FOR THIRD READING
An Ordinance To Provide For Expenditures In All Funds For The Calendar Year 2007 For The City Of Circleville. Keller stated this is the proposed 2007 budget for the city of Circleville, the total budget is $ 24,056, million. This budget has been reviewed by all council members, department heads and the mayor.
Keller motioned for passage. Bell seconded. Roll call. Ordinance passes and was assigned #01-01-2007.

UNDER NEW BUSINESS
Keller motioned to excuse David Martin from tonight¡¦s council meeting. Bensonhaver seconded. Motion carried.

Keller motioned to add to the agenda a 2007 City Budget ordinance. This ordinance has been reviewed by the finance committees and was recommended for passage. This has met the 72-hour receipt for council and has the Law Director¡¦s stamp on it. Bensonhaver seconded. Roll call. Motion carried
„«     An Ordinance Amending The Annual Appropriation Ordinance In The Small Cities Block Grant Fund 239 Of The City Of Circleville. Keller stated this is a routine housekeeping ordinance for reducing grants funds at the end of the year. Keller motioned to suspend the rules. Klitzka seconded. Roll call.
Keller motioned for passage. Bensonhaver seconded. Roll call. Ordinance passes and was assigned #12-80-2006.

Bensonhaver motioned to add to the agenda a resolution approving the housing revolving loan fund. This resolution has been reviewed by the judicial committee and was recommended for passage. This has met the 72-hour receipt for council and has the Law Director¡¦s stamp on it. Canan seconded. Roll call. Motion carried
„«     A Resolution Approving The Housing Revolving Loan Fund Administration Agreement And Declaring An Emergency. Bensonhaver stated this is a resolution adopting an administration agreement for the housing loan program. Bensonhaver motioned to suspend the rules. Canan seconded. Roll call. Rules are suspended. Bensonhaver motioned for adoption. Canan seconded. Resolution is adopted and assigned # 12-81-2006.

Bensonhaver motioned to add to the agenda an ordinance with Pickaway Progress Partnership (P-3) for the lease of a city building. This ordinance has been reviewed by the judicial committee and was recommended for passage. This has met the 72-hour receipt for council and has the Law Director¡¦s stamp on it. Canan seconded. Roll call. Motioned carried.
„«     An Ordinance Authorizing The Mayor Of The City Of Circleville To Enter Into A Contract With Pickaway Progress Partnership For The Lease Of 114 West Franklin Street, Formerly Occupied By The Circleville Department Of Public Utilities. Bensonhaver stated this is a 5-year lease agreement at $600.00 a month that was made with the P-3 Organization. The P-3 will fund some of the improvements to the building.
Louis McFarland, Service Director stated the city currently has the utility building vacant at 114 West Franklin Street, P-3 would like to lease it.
Nathan Green, Economical Development Director stated the Pickaway County Commissioners have made a commitment to pay $30,000 for 5-years for economical development in the county.
Bensonhaver motioned to suspend the rules. Canan seconded. Roll call. Rules are suspended. Bensonhaver motioned for passage. Bell seconded. Roll call. Ordinance passes and was assigned #12-82-2006.

Bensonhaver motioned to appeal the liquor permit #1879018, DBA Match Box Tavern 1st FL & Patio, 706 South Washington St. This includes permits numbers D-1, D-3, D-3A and D3X permits or any other permits that are made available to this current location. Bell seconded. Roll call. Motioned carried.
Bensonhaver stated by the information that council receives there are several issues at this location and/or business and council members have a right to appeal any/all permits held in the city.
Bensonhaver motioned to submit this to Liquor Control Board. Bell seconded. Roll call. Motioned carried.

Keller motioned to go into executive session of updating the city on two (2) pending cases with the city insurance carrier. Present at this session will be the law director, auditor, and mayor, attorney for insurance carrier and city council members. Bell seconded. Roll call. Motion carried.
Council reconvened into regular session and adjourned with no new business.


Respectfully submitted by

Linda M. Chancey, Council Clerk




printer friendly versionPrinter friendly version


PC