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                                      PROCEEDINGS
                       Lordstown Village Council Regular Meeting
(WHEREAS, the regular meeting before the Lordstown Village Council commenced on Wednesday,
               August 17, 2011, at 7:15 p.m. and proceedings were as follows:)

                     (Lord's Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:               Thank you. Mr. Blank, call a roll, please.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:                    Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:                    Present.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:                Present.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:                Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:                 Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:                  Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Deputy Clerk Blank, present. Treasurer, Sharon Ebling? (No response
                             — absent.) Solicitor Paul Dutton?
SOLICITOR DUTTON:            Present.
MR. BLANK:                   Police Chief Milhoan?
CHIEF MILHOAN:               Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Fire Chief, Travis Eastham?
CHIEF EASTHAM:               Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Street Commissioner, Dave Harrison?
MR. HARRISON:                Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Parks Superintendent, Dale Grimm?
MR. GRIMM:                   Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Board of Public Affairs?
MR. DIETZ:                   Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Municipal Engineer, Jim Sayles?
MR. SAYLES:                  Here.
MR. BLANK:                   Rec. Director, Marty Gibson?
MRS. GIBSON:                 Here.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:               Entertain a motion to excuse Mrs. Ebling.
MR. SULLIVAN:                So moved.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:               Moved by Mr. Sullivan.
MR. ZOLDAN:                  Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:               Second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                             COUNCIL.) All in favor?
COUNCIL:                     Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:               Opposed? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0,
                             NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)
                             Motions on tonight's agenda before we vote on that?
MR. SULLIVAN:                Yes. I'd like to make a motion to bring back the Street Commissioner —
                             — I'm sorry. Planning and Zoning Administrator position.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:               With the piece of legislation with the changes that were discussed in
                             caucus.
MRS. WILSON:                 Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:               Second by Mrs. Wilson. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                             COUNCIL.) All in favor? Opposed? Would you call a roll, please, Mr.
                             Blank.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:                    No.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:                No.
MR. BLANK:                   Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:                 Yes.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:                    No.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:                Yes.
MR. BLANK:                   Mr. Zoldan?
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MR. ZOLDAN:         No.

                 (VOTE: 2, AYE; 4, NAY; O, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      I'll entertain a motion for the adoption of the agenda.
MR. SULLIVAN:       I'd like to make a motion to bring the other Street Commissioner
                    legislation back. I understand we need to have a meeting to get the job
                    description, but I think we should at least make these first reading.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      So moved. Is there a second? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                    There's no second on that.
                    I'll entertain a motion on the adoption of the agenda.
MR. HILL:           So moved.
MR. BOND:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Bond. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE
                    FROM COUNCIL.) All in favor?
COUNCIL:            Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Opposed? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

                    I entertain a motion for disposal of the minutes from the regular meeting
                    July 11, 2011.
MR. SULLIVAN:       So moved.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Sullivan.
MR. HILL:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Second by Mr. Hill. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                    All in favor?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Aye.
MR. SULLIVAN:       Aye.
MR. HILL:           Aye.
MR. BOND:           Aye.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Opposed?
MRS. WILSON:        Abstain.

                 (VOTE: 5, AYE; 0, NAY; 1, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      I will entertain —— disposal of minutes you abstained?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      So that would be 5/0 with one abstention. Mrs. Wilson abstained.
                    Entertain motions on the payment of the bills.
MR. HILL:           Motion to remove from the list of bills Number 34, on Page 10, for
                    Attorney Richard Schwartz.
MR. SULLIVAN:       Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Sullivan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) All in favor?
COUNCIL:            Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Opposed? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MR. HILL:           Like to make a motion for payment of the bills as amended.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) All in favor?
COUNCIL:            Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Opposed? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

                    Unanimous on that.
                    Under the Mayor's message, a few items. I'd like to congratulate Mrs.
                    Gibson and her staff for another very successful year of Fun Days. Had a
                    lot of great things. It's a great program for us for the Jean Ann Smith Fun
                    Days.
MR. SULLIVAN:       And also the concerts.
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MAYOR CHAFFEE:   And the concerts and our next one is coming up next week, I believe. I'm
                 sure it will be covered in your report. I want to remind everybody that I
                 need your newsletter items now. So if you are planning on putting
                 something in, we need that by Friday morning. You can send those to
                 either me or Denise.
                 Awkward moment, Marty, I thanked you while you were in the
                 restroom ——
MRS. GIBSON:     You're welcome.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   —— for Fun Days. Great job as always. Nothing but positive feedback
                 on that.
                 I want to congratulate GM Lordstown for a very successful Thank You
                 America open house. I forget the number —— 8,000 is that the number
                 of people that went through?
MR. SULLIVAN:    Correct.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Which is amazing. Also, for involving our Historical Society and letting
                 them be part of it. I want to thank Dave and Denise for putting together
                 the presentation that they made on, basically, the history behind the plant
                 in our town. It was a beautiful presentation.
                  I want to congratulate all of us that were involved with the Anderson—
                 DuBose project. Certainly, the groundbreaking ceremony was
                 unbelievable. I think it says something for our better side when we have
                 a business owner saying I wanted to come here because they wanted me
                 and they wanted us while other communities didn't. As I said that day, I
                 think it does send a message that we're open for business, that we will
                 work with businesses to get here.
                 Under new business tonight, I will be seeking an appointment for a full—
                 time dispatcher and our Police Chief will touch on that during his report.
                 I'll be seeking a motion for a temporary prosecutor and a motion to form
                 a committee to select and recommend to council a permanent
                 replacement.
                  That's it for the Mayor's report. Do we have a Clerk's report tonight?
MR. BLANK:       I just wanted to bring up —— I know I talked to you, Mayor, before
                 about getting negotiations underway so we're not running thick packets in
                 December.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I would be more than happy —— let council think about this —— I
                 know nobody really wants to be on that committee. I would be happy to
                 represent council and take their marching orders in if council would like
                 me to do that this year. I'm making that offer. Ponder it and then let me
                 know on that. You're correct. We should probably try to have something
                 in place by the beginning of September for that.
MR. SULLIVAN:    Are we going to go with Mr. Zoldan's recommendation there?
MR. ZOLDAN:      I recommend the Mayor because he is the man in charge of the people
                 working, the finance chairperson, because that person has to know the
                 finances of the Village and the President of Council because he really is
                 supposed to keep all of council ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   That's fine. If you want to make that motion, I'm okay with that.
MR. ZOLDAN:      I really thought it over hard, Mr. Mayor. You're right. Nobody really
                 wants it. But for one person to do it all, I have to tell you, it's really
                 tough. I don't think I want to throw you under the bus on that. I mean
                 that sincerely. I'd like to see three —— it don't always figure that way.
                 You understand me? I would like to see the three do that. And we do
                 that every negotiations. It's up to council, whatever they want.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   If we're going to do that —— and, again, I'll do whatever, that's fine. We
                 should probably look at amending council rules to state that.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Could we try it out? Only asking. Could we try it out for this time and
                 maybe council as a whole could give the approval or disapproval,
                 whatever they want to do, so you guys can get started on this because
                 there's going to be a lot of language changes. We all know that.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Okay.
MR. SULLIVAN:    Don't really have to have —— the Mayor appoints that committee, so if
                 he's in tune with that ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Well, you know what ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I can just appoint those three.
MR. ZOLDAN:      You're right and if he appoints it without council approval, the first thing
                 people are going to say is that council, that Mayor ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:              How about under new business tonight I appoint the negotiating
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                    committee of myself, the Chair of Finance and who is the other?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Council President.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Council president. Very good.
MR. ZOLDAN:         That way they can't say you did it without anybody's authorization. I'm
                    just trying to save a lot of aggravation.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      I have no authority. I can't spend a dime. I can't. I really can't. I didn't
                    mean that jokingly. We have a weak form ——
MR. ZOLDAN:         It's going to be tough. We know that.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      I settled our teaching contract two years ago in eight minutes. That is
                    when I was labor. This year I settled it as management in three hours.
MR. BLANK:          I'm sorry I brought it up, Mayor
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Not a problem. Solicitor's report?
SOLICITOR DUTTON:   No report.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Questions for our Solicitor? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                    Treasurer is not with us. Board of Trustees, BPA report, Mr. Dietz?
MR. DIETZ:          I just hope council passes those things under the Utility Committee so we
                    can get this ongoing mess straightened out.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Okay. Thank you.
MR. DIETZ:          I think the rest of the committee will agree with me.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Questions for the BPA?
MR. ZOLDAN:         I have one question. I've had calls, okay, where —— I've had calls,
                    okay, where the problem is we've had some line layers and they've quit or
                    gone out of business. I don't exactly know the problem, but I think it
                    would be nice if maybe the next —— or you put a letter out as Water
                    Board that if these people quit laying the lines it's up to them to get
                    somebody else because you have a deadline. I know it's putting the
                    homeowners on a spot but some have quit. They called me. I told them
                    council is out of that. That's private property. You'll have to get
                    somebody else. Maybe you could have a letter put out letting them know
                    that they have a deadline to meet.
MR. DIETZ:          I inquired about that and the folks said they would fulfill their contract
                    with the people.
MR. ZOLDAN:         I understand there was more than just one. But that's fine. I'm just
                    giving you the message. You do whatever you feel.
MR. DIETZ:          I'm just telling you what I was told, okay?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Okay
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Thank you. Other questions for Mr. Dietz? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                    COUNCIL.) Appreciate you coming out tonight.
                    Village Engineer's report?
MR. SAYLES:         Mr. Mayor, I provided Lesley's report to you this evening. If you have
                    questions, I can try to answer them; but, obviously, Lesley will be better
                    at that. She will be here for the BPA meeting tomorrow.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Questions for our substitute engineer? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                    COUNCIL.) Thank you for coming out tonight. Appreciate it.
                    Special reports, Police Chief Milhoan?
CHIEF MILHOAN:      Yes, Mr. Mayor, I submitted my monthly report for July. Will answer
                    any questions if you have any.
                    Second item is I would ask for your approval on the appointment of the
                    full—time dispatcher position. As you're aware, Melissa Herlinger will
                    resign effective tonight at the end of her shift in about three hours. She
                    will return to the position of part—time dispatcher. We have conducted
                    oral interviews after we'd advertised for the position. I am
                    recommending Patricia Desantis. Patricia is here. Patricia, if you'd just
                    kind of wave. She's in the back. Patricia has been with our department
                    since February of 2009 and to date has worked over 1,300 hours for us.
                    Prior to being with our department, Patricia was a full—time dispatcher
                    with Trumbull County 911 and prior to that she was a dispatcher for the
                    Trumbull County Sheriff's Office. She has completed the emergency
                    medical dispatch training in Howland and is a graduate of Howland High
                    School and currently lives in Niles. I believe that Trish will be an
                    excellent asset for our Police Department as a full—time dispatcher, so I
                    ask for your approval on that. She will start effective —— if approved
                    —— she will start on the afternoon shift tomorrow.
                    The only other thing I have —— and I know I mentioned this before over
                    the years —— but this past Monday night going into Tuesday morning
                    we had a total of nine thefts that occurred in the Lyntz/Hallock—Young
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                 Road area. Items were taken out of motor vehicles. In one situation the
                 actual vehicle was stolen. The keys were left in the ignition by the
                 homeowners and the truck was stolen. In the other situations, the other
                 eight situations, all the vehicles were left unlocked. Items such as a GPS
                 are a hot item right now, cash that was left in the vehicle and a number of
                 other items. Unfortunately, some of our residents who experienced these
                 thefts, also had keys that were taken that were left in motor vehicles.
                 These keys go to their homes, go to other vehicles. So I'm sure you can
                 appreciate the inconvenience and the concern that that causes the
                 homeowner. So, again, I'm asking that residents not only lock their
                 motor vehicles but also lock man doors that go into garages, sheds, barns,
                 things like that. Obviously, when a situation like this happens, we feel
                 pretty confident that the suspect or suspects are dropped off and they are
                 carrying some type of a backpack or some item like that they can put the
                 items in. They simply go driveway to driveway looking for
                 opportunities. So, we, again, ask that you lock your vehicles. We know
                 that there were some vehicles that they approached but because they were
                 locked, they moved on to another victim.
MR. SULLIVAN:    All late at night?
CHIEF MILHOAN:   Yes. We believe sometime, I want to say, after 2:00 in the morning and
                 before 6:00. Surprisingly to me, of the nine victims there were a number
                 of vehicles that had the keys in them but they only stole one vehicle.
                 Again, I would ask that our residents take the keys inside. Don't leave
                 valuables in plain sight. Lock your vehicles and lock your garages.
MR. SULLIVAN:    Did you find the vehicle?
CHIEF MILHOAN:   Not at this time. It is entered. I'm actually surprised it hasn't surfaced
                 yet; but when I left work today, it had not been located yet.
MR. HILL:        Is it a car anybody would want?
CHIEF MILHOAN:   It's a pickup truck. A nice pickup truck
MRS. WILSON:     That would be a good article for the newsletter.
CHIEF MILHOAN:   It's already written —— again, yes, ma'am.
MR. HILL:        I have a question.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   If I'd known I'd have put the keys in the cruiser out there in my
                 driveway. The brakes went out when I was driving a couple weeks ago,
                 so if somebody wanted to make a deal on that.
MR. HILL:        Did we have a couple cars get burnt up on Brookhollow the other day?
CHIEF MILHOAN:   We did. We had a young man wreck his vehicle going a high rate of
                 speed on Brookhollow. His wrecked vehicle ended up hitting a parked
                 vehicle and both vehicles caught fire. Our officers who responded did
                 attempt to extinguish the fire with their fire extinguishers, but they were
                 too far ahead of them by the time they got there. Unfortunately, they
                 completely burnt to the ground. The individual who was driving the
                 vehicle was arrested for OVI and did test twice the legal limit. The
                 passenger in the vehicle, which was his brother, when I left work today,
                 was still in a coma. The driver was cited and released with minor
                 injuries, but his passenger, again, which was his brother, had some
                 serious injuries.
MR. BLANK:       Was that daytime, Brent?
CHIEF MILHOAN:   I was going to a wedding reception, so 5:30, 6:00.
MR. SULLIVAN:    In the evening?
CHIEF MILHOAN:   Yes, sir.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Other questions for our Police Chief? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                 COUNCIL.)
                 Fire Chief Eastham?
CHIEF EASTHAM:   No report.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Questions for our Fire Chief? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                 Street Commissioner, Mr. Harrison?
MR. HARRISON:    I have no report tonight.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Questions for our Street Commissioner? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                 COUNCIL.)
                 Planning, Zoning Administrator, I guess that's me right now. I've got no
                 report.
                 Parks, Buildings ——
MR. HILL:        You didn't ask ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Any questions for me? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                 I'm learning a lot on where to sign. Thank God for sticky notes with
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                 arrows. And I do appreciate the help that I have received on that.
                  Parks, Buildings, Grounds Superintendent, Mr. Grimm?
MR. GRIMM:       We advertised, I believe, in Saturday's paper for the bidding of the fire
                 station roof. Had a pre—construction meeting this morning. It will be
                 advertised again this coming Saturday's paper; and, I believe, they had
                 have until the following Friday to submit bids. So, hopefully we'll get
                 moving on that project and get it behind us.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Questions for Mr. Grimm?
MRS. WILSON:     Why did we have to go out for bids again?
MR. GRIMM:       This is the fist time we went out for bids.
MRS. WILSON:     Oh, okay.
MR. HILL:        I have a question. I gave Dale a call. The roof at the old schoolhouse is
                 in pretty bad shape. Basically the ceiling is getting ready to come down
                 and other issues. I had given Dale a call, and we had discussed this at the
                 last Historical Society meeting. Dale has some shingle samples. There's
                 talk of putting a metal roof on it. The fact is we'd like to keep some of
                 the old character and everything of the building, but there's some spots
                 even at the back where the addition was put on that you can almost stick
                 your finger from the outside through to the inside. So the building will
                 be needing something and it will probably be coming to Buildings,Parks,
                 and Grounds Committee. Dale does have a white, like a hard board. He
                 showed it to myself and Bruce, we're officers. We're going to show that
                 to some of the Historical Society members. Some people said that we
                 could use windows. It doesn't need windows. A lot of old churches they
                 put, like, Plexiglass over the windows; but you can't replace a lot of that
                 glass. There is a lot of history in that building. That may be another
                 issue coming down the pike. There's a limited lifetime warranty on the
                 shingles they're looking at. They're staggered to make them look like
                 slate if you get them in grey. That is a slate roof. If you happen to go up
                 there and look around, you can see a lot of daylight, so let council know
                 that may be coming down the pike.
MR. SULLIVAN:    Dale had mentioned it. Didn't you say that there was an estimate of, like,
                 $3,000 or something?
MR. GRIMM:       At this time, I have one estimate. I didn't want to have a whole bunch of
                 contractors come out and give us estimates until we discussed it with the
                 Historical Society to get their input on whether they want the metal roof
                 or if they want to go with this asphalt slate style asphalt shingle. So I
                 didn't want to call a bunch up until we discussed it with the Historical
                 Society. It just so happened today we had the pre—construction meeting
                 for the roof on the fire station. Since the contractors were already out
                 here, I had two of them go over and look so we should be getting their
                 bids. The one bid came in already that I have is from Dave Wiltrout
                 Roofing just for the Historical part of the building, not the addition on the
                 back. We're looking at about $4,600. That would be a total tear off of all
                 the slate and put OSB decking down and then shingles over top of that.
MR. SULLIVAN:    The new part will need it too, correct?
MR. GRIMM:       The new part has fairly new shingles whenever the building was moved.
                 It's going to be my recommendation that if we are going to do the front
                 part of it, we might as well do the back part and be done with it.
MR. HILL:        The siding can probably wait until spring, but the roof is leaking, and
                 we're going to have a lot more repairs if we don't get it taken care of.
                 Just wanted to pass that on.
MR. GRIMM:       As soon as I find out what the members of the Historical Society want to
                 do, then I'll be bringing it into Buildings and then ultimately to Finance.
MRS. WILSON:     How are we doing on the window replacement for the Admin. Building?
MR. GRIMM:                           Actually, I talked to Tom Dugan at A&M Door last
                 Thursday, I believe it was. He was supposed to come up today and do
                 measurements. He never called me to come up and do it. But we're
                 looking at mid—September for the actual work to resume.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Anything else for Mr. Grimm? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                 Thank you, sir.
                 Recreation Director, Mrs. Gibson?
MRS. GIBSON:     I submitted my report today.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Questions for Mrs. Gibson? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                  Do we have any correspondence this evening, Mr. Blank?
MR. BLANK:       No correspondence, Mayor.
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MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Thank you. Any public remarks this evening?
MRS. SCHRADER:   Donna Schrader, Highland Avenue, Lordstown. I know my sister has
                 been up here for me to thank the Fire Department, but I want to do it
                 since I'm here tonight. And I want to thank one person on the Fire
                 Department, Pauline Kritz. I've had some calls during the middle of the
                 night. She comes every time you call. I think one time she wasn't home.
                 I have to give her some credit. She has been there for us. Thank you.
CHIEF EASTHAM:   You're welcome.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Other public remarks? (NO RESPONSE.) Council remarks? (NO
                 RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                  Committee reports. Finance Committee, Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:     No report.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Questions for the Finance Committee? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                 COUNCIL.)
                  Parks, Buildings, Grounds, Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:    I just also would like to thank Marty for Fun Days and a great job and the
                 concerts. Although, because of the heat, I guess, they haven't been as
                 well attended as we have in the past. Some of the entertainment was just
                 fantastic. We have one more a week from this Thursday, along with an
                 ice cream social that is the best. We're just hoping to be able to pay for
                 the ice cream. Charging them 75 cents for sundaes. I think somebody
                 from the Historical Society recommended those prices back to the '60's or
                 '50's or whatever. But thanks, Marty, you've done a good job.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Popcorn hasn't been a huge seller in the 90 degree heat, either. Questions
                 for the Parks, Grounds, Committee? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                 COUNCIL.)
MRS. WILSON:     I fell asleep there for a minute. Under council remarks, I guess I was
                 daydreaming. I would like to mention that I heard the Historical Society
                 mentioned several times that the coverlets that they are having as a
                 fundraiser with all of the year cars from General Motors on them are now
                 on sale at Sue Minor's shop. Alda said that we can pick them up there. I
                 think the price is $60.
MR. HILL:        They're $60. I have some at my house. In fact, Bruce I have to talk to
                 you. Our second shipment is coming in. When we were at General
                 Motors, we had about 36 requests. We didn't take orders or cash or
                 anything. The first day when I dropped the original box off to Sue, we
                 had a guy buy six of them for Christmas. They make a great Christmas
                 gift. So if you need a coverlet, look us up.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Public Safety and Welfare, Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:    The only thing I have, Mr. Mayor. We meet tomorrow at 2:00 in the
                 council chambers.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Questions for Mr. McCarthy or his committee? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                 COUNCIL.)
                 Streets and Sidewalks, Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:        Yes, Mr. Mayor. We have the six pieces of legislation that we discussed
                 during caucus tonight. Regrettably, we'd like to get them all passed by
                 emergency because of deadlines and moving ahead with grant
                 applications.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Thank you. Questions for Mr. Bond or his Committee? (NO
                 RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                 Public Utilities, Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:        Yes, we have seven pieces of legislation. I'd like council to pass those
                 this evening. We'll probably be calling a meeting next week. We still
                 have a couple issues which are popping up. This will take care of the
                 vast majority of them if these get passed this evening. Just to let council
                 know, one issue we had, we had a property owner who said that their
                 survey pins were moved two foot. I gave the property owner a call after
                 the last Utility meeting and said we would like to recommend who we
                 use for surveys and if the pins were moved during construction, it would
                 be the Village's responsibility; however, we'd want him to enter into an
                 agreement if the pins were not moved, then the survey would be on the
                 property owner. He had absolutely no problem with that. So the next
                 step now is to get him in touch with a surveyor. A lot of people say if
                 you're 80 degrees from the center of the road, actually talking with Street
                 Commissioner Harrison, it's the center of the right—of—way. The
                 center of the right—of—way may not be the center of the road. So that's
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                    one of the hanger—oners which we're trying to clear up. We'll probably
                    be calling a meeting next week to wrap up a couple other issues which
                    have popped up.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Thank you. Questions for Mr. Hill or his committee? (NO RESPONSE
                    FROM COUNCIL.)
                     Transportation, Senior Services, Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         None.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Questions for that committee?
MR. SULLIVAN:       He didn't go to the meeting. (Laughter.)
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Do I get a higher rate now that I'm planning and Zoning? Mr. Blank,
                    would you read the first piece of legislation, please.
MR. BLANK:          From Parks, Buildings, Grounds, General Improvements and Recreation
                    Committee For Emergency Passage, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
                    AND RESTATING ORDINANCE NO, 29—2011 ——
MRS. WILSON:        We pulled that.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      We haven't yet.
MR. SULLIVAN:       We're doing that right now.
MRS. WILSON:        I'm sorry.
MR. BLANK:          —— CREATING VARIOUS SEASONAL, PART—TIME
                    EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS FOR THE SUMMER 2011
                    RECREATION PROGRAM, SETTING WAGES FOR THE SAME,
                    AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes, Mr. Mayor, I'd like to make a motion to send it back to committee.
MR. ZOLDAN:         I'll second it.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Sullivan, second by Mr. Zoldan to send it back to
                    committee. Mr. Blank, would you call a roll on that, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Abstain.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Abstain.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BOND:           Correction. I have to abstain on that, too.
MR. BLANK:          We can't pull it ——
MR. BOND:           I have a daughter working for that. I have to abstain.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:   Yes, if there's children ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      How many votes do we need to send it back?
SOLICITOR DUTTON:   Four.
MR. HILL:           Three yes, three abstains. You can break the tie and send it back, Mike.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Yes, or abstains? I don't believe it's a tie.
MR. BOND:           It's at 3:3. I abstained.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      You're not voting.
MR. HILL:           Do you have anybody —— are any of your kids ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Yeah. Everyone up here has kids that age.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Not me.
MRS. WILSON:        My kids aren't that age but my grandkids are.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Hearing that, any other motions on this piece of legislation? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) I guess I declare it's had its first
                    reading.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:   I don't understand. Isn't the vote 3 ——
MR. HILL:           Three abstentions and ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Abstention is a vote? In my opinion you're breaking a tie when it's 3, yes;
                    3, no. I can't break it anyway.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:   I think the three votes are majority of council to send it back to
                    committee.
MR. HILL:           The majority of the people who have the right to vote. So ——
SOLICITOR DUTTON:   If you disagree with that, then we will declare that the abstention is an
                    equivalent of a no vote and you break the tie.
MR. HILL:           He can't break the tie.
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SOLICITOR DUTTON:      You have someone?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Right. But you said before we needed four.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:      Send it back to the committee.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         It goes back to the committee with the vote of 3, yes; 0, no; 3,
                       abstentions.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:      Check with me next year on this legislation.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Mr. Blank, would you read the next piece of legislation.
MR. BLANK:             From Planning Commission For Passage, AN ORDINANCE
                       AMENDING AND RESTATING CHAPTER 1165 "SIGNS" OF
                       THE PLANNING AND ZONING CODE OF THE CODIFIED
                       ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN."
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Motion to adopt?
MR. HILL:              So moved.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Moved by Mr. Hill.
MR. ZOLDAN:            Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                       COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, would you call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:            Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:              Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:              Yes.

                    (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 48—2011. Mr. Blank.
MR. BLANK:             From Council as a Whole for Passage, A RESOLUTION
                       APPROVING THE APPLICATION OF MARY Y. LIMING, A.L.
                       LIMING, AND LAMAR L. LIMING, CO—TRUSTEES OF THE
                       LIMING FAMILY TRUST 3840 AUSTINTOWN WARREN ROAD,
                       MINERAL RIDGE, OHIO 44440, IN LORDSTOWN VILLAGE,
                       FOR PLACEMENT OF FARMLAND IN AN AGRICULTURAL
                       DISTRICT.
MR. HILL:              Motion to adopt.
MR. ZOLDAN:            Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Zoldan to adopt. Discussion? (NO
                       RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, call a roll, please.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:              Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:              Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:            Yes.

                    (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Resolution 9—2011.
MR. BLANK:             From Utilities Committee For Emergency Passage, AN ORDINANCE
                       AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING ORDINANCE NO. 34—
                       2010 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CLERK TO ENTER
                       INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH CT CONSULTANTS, INC. TO
                       PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES IN CONNECTION WITH
                       CONTRACT NO. 1 POST—CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS OF
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                    THE HALLOCK—YOUNG ROAD FORCE MAIN IN
                    CONNECTION WITH THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN'S EAST
                    SIDE SANITARY SEWER PROJECT AND DECLARING AN
                    EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. HILL:           Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Zoldan to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MR. HILL:           So moved.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, if you'd call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 49—2011. Mr. Blank.
MR. BLANK:          From Utilities Committee For Emergency Passage, AN ORDINANCE
                    AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CLERK TO ENTER INTO
                    AN AGREEMENT WITH CT CONSULTANTS, INC. TO
                    PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING AND CONSULTING
                    SERVICES RELATED TO EAST SIDE SANITARY SEWER
                    IMPROVEMENT PUMP STATION #4 AND DECLARING AN
                    EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. HILL:           Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Zoldan to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
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MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules passes 6/0. Is there a motion to adopt?
MR. SULLIVAN:       So moved.
MR. BOND:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Sullivan, second by Mr. Bond. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        No.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.

                 (VOTE: 5, AYE; 1, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 5/1; becomes Ordinance 50—2011. Mr. Blank.
MR. BLANK:          From Utilities Committee For Emergency Passage, AN ORDINANCE
                    AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS OF THE
                    VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN TO PURCHASE TWO (2) 12 FOOT
                    GRINDER STATION UNITS AT AN ESTIMATED TOTAL COST
                    OF $8,200.00 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. HILL:           Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. BOND:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Bond to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MR. ZOLDAN:         So moved.
MR. SULLIVAN:       Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Zoldan, second by Mr. Sullivan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
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MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 51—2011.
MR. BLANK:          From Utilities Committee For Emergency Passage, AN ORDINANCE
                    AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN TO PAY
                    HOLTON EXCAVATING TO SWAP THE GRINDER STATION
                    AT 6050 AND 6049 HIGHLAND AVENUE AND
                    RECONNECTION TO THE FORCE MAIN AND DECLARING
                    AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. ZOLDAN:         So moved.
MR. BOND:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved to suspend the rules for emergency consideration by Mr. Zoldan,
                    second by Mr. Bond. Mr. Blank, would you call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MR. BOND:           So moved.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Bond. Is there a second?
MR. HILL:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Second by Mr. Hill. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
                    Mr. Blank, would you call a roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 52—2011.
MR. BLANK:          From Utilities Committee For Emergency Passage, AN ORDINANCE
                    AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN TO PAY
                    HOLTON EXCAVATING FOR INSTALLATION OF A GRINDER
                    STATION TO A FORCE MAIN AT 455 SALT SPRINGS ROAD
                    AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. HILL:           Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. SULLIVAN:       Second.
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MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Sullivan to suspend the rules for
                     emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, would you call a roll, please.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:            Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:            Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                     there a motion to adopt?
MRS. WILSON:         So moved.
MR. BOND:            Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Moved by Mrs. Wilson, second by Mr. Bond. Discussion? (NO
                     RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, would you call a roll,
                     please.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:            Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:            Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:        Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 53—2011. Mr. Blank.
MR. BLANK:          From Utilities Committee For Emergency Passage, AN ORDINANCE
                    AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN TO PAY
                    HOLTON EXCAVATING FOR THE REMOVAL OF AN
                    EXISTING EIGHT FOOT GRINDER STATION AND
                    INSTALLATION OF A TWELVE FOOT GRINDER STATION
                    INCLUDING RECONNECTION TO THE FORCE MAIN AT 458
                    BRUNSTETTER ROAD AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. HILL:           Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Zoldan to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
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MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MR. SULLIVAN:       So moved.
MRS. WILSON:        Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Sullivan, second by Mrs. Wilson. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 54—2011.
MR. BLANK:          From Streets and Sidewalks Committee For Emergency Passage, AN
                    ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CLERK TO
                    ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH ES&C
                    INTERNATIONAL, LLP TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING
                    SERVICES FOR THE NORTHERN SECTION OF THE
                    HIGHLAND AVENUE SAFETY UPGRADE AND RESURFACING
                    PROJECT AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. BOND:           Yes. I'd like to move for emergency consideration.
MRS. WILSON:        Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Bond, second by Mrs. Wilson to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MRS. WILSON:        So moved.
MR. BOND:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mrs. Wilson, second by Mr. Bond. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
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MRS. WILSON:        Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 55—2011.
MR. BLANK:          From Streets and Sidewalks Committee For Emergency Passage, AN
                    ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CLERK TO
                    ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH ES&C
                    INTERNATIONAL, LLP TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING
                    SERVICES FOR THE SOUTHERN SECTION OF THE
                    HIGHLAND AVENUE SAFETY UPGRADE AND RESURFACING
                    PROJECT AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MRS. WILSON:        Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. SULLIVAN:       Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mrs. Wilson, second by Mr. Sullivan to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, would you call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MRS. WILSON:        So moved.
MR. BOND:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mrs. Wilson, second by Mr. Bond. Discussion?(NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Ordinance 56—2011.
MR. BLANK:          From Streets and Sidewalks Committee For Emergency Passage, AN
                    ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CLERK TO
                    ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH CT CONSULTANTS,
                    INC. TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES TO STUDY AND
                    RECOMMEND SOLUTIONS TO THE HIGHLAND AVENUE
                    DRAINAGE ISSUES AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. HILL:           Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Zoldan to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, please call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
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MRS. WILSON:        Abstain.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 5, AYE; 0, NAY; 1, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes with a
                    vote of 5, yes; 0, no; 1, abstention. Is there a motion to adopt?
MR. SULLIVAN:       So moved.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Sullivan.
MR. HILL:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Second by Mr. Hill. Discussion?
MR. ZOLDAN:         I'm a little mixed up.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      I believe because part of it is her property.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Why are you —— pardon me?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Part of it is her property.
MRS. WILSON:        No, I'm upstream. Some of the runoff from my property might affect
                    these other properties.
MR. ZOLDAN:         But there's 15 or 16 homes. Okay, go ahead. I didn't remember. Go
                    ahead.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Mr. Blank, review for me. Did we have a motion and a second?
MR. BLANK:          Yes, we're ready for roll call.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Okay. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Will you call
                    a roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Abstain.

                 (VOTE: 5, AYE; 0, NAY; 1, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes with a vote of 5/0 with 1 abstention. Becomes
                    Ordinance 57—2011.
MR. BLANK:          From Streets and Sidewalks Committee For Emergency Passage, AN
                    ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE BID OF J.D. STRIPING &
                    SERV. INC. FOR THE 2011 LORDSTOWN ROAD STRIPING
                    PROJECT AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Move to suspend the rules.
MR. MCCARTHY:       Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Sullivan, second by Mr. McCarthy to suspend the rules
                    for emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, would you call a roll.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
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MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MR. BOND:           So moved.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Bond, second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, would you call a roll.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      He still thinks we're on the first page, but that's okay. (Laughter.) Motion
                    to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is there a
                    motion to adopt?
MR. SULLIVAN:       So moved
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Sullivan, second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, would you call the roll.
                    Did I already do that one?
MR. BLANK:          Yes, I wondered ——
MRS. WILSON:        Yes. Bond made the motion, Zoldan seconded it.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Okay, so it becomes Ordinance 58—2011.
MR. MCCARTHY:       Mike, I did 3,488 on a motorcycle ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      That was your choice. (Laughter.)
MR. MCCARTHY:       —— what is your excuse? (Laughter.)
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      I had to stay here and do all the work while you were gone. There was
                    work to do while you were gone, not playing on a motorcycle, John.
                    (Laughter.) All right. We're at the last one on that page?
MR. BLANK:          Yes. From Utilities Committee For Emergency Passage, AN
                    ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN
                    TO PAY MAIN LITE ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. FOR
                    ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION REGARDING A GRINDER
                    PUMP AT 4862 HIGHLAND AVENUE AND DECLARING AN
                    EMERGENCY.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. HILL:           Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. BOND:           Move for ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      So moved, second by Mr. Bond to suspend the rules for emergency
                    consideration. Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
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MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MR. BOND:           So moved.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. Bond, second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.)
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to adopt passes by a vote of 6/0; becomes Ordinance 59—20011.
MR. BLANK:          From Streets and Sidewalks Committee For Emergency Passage, A
                    RESOLUTION AMENDING AND RESTATING RESOLUTION
                    NO, 7—2011 AUTHORIZING DAVID HARRISON, STREET
                    COMMISSIONER FOR THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN TO
                    PARTICIPATE IN THE OHIO PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION
                    STATE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND/OR LOCAL
                    TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM(S)
                    (HIGHLAND AVENUE SAFETY UPGRADE AND
                    RESURFACING PROJECT) AND TO EXECUTE CONTRACTS
                    AS REQUIRED AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motions on this piece of legislation?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Move to suspend the rules.
MR. HILL:           Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mr. McCarthy, second by Mr. Hill to suspend the rules for
                    emergency consideration. Mr. Blank, call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules passes 6/0. Is there a motion to adopt?
MRS. WILSON:        So moved.
MR. MCCARTHY:       Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mrs. Wilson, second by Mr. McCarthy. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, would you call the roll,
                    please.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
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MR. HILL:            Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:         Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Resolution 10—2011.
MR. BLANK:           From Streets and Sidewalks Committee For Emergency Passage, A
                     RESOLUTION AMENDING AND RESTATING RESOLUTION
                     NO. 8—2011 AUTHORIZING DAVID HARRISON, STREET
                     COMMISSIONER FOR THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN, TO
                     PREPARE AND SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO EASTGATE
                     COUNCIL —— can you finish it for me, Mayor?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:       OF GOVERNMENTS REQUESTING FEDERAL (STP) SURFACE
                     TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM FUNDING FOR THE
                     RESURFACING AND SAFETY UPGRADE OF HIGHLAND
                     AVENUE WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN AND
                     DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
MR. BLANK:           Thank you.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Motions on this piece of legislation?
MRS. WILSON:         Motion to suspend the rules.
MR. MCCARTHY:        Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Moved by Mrs. Wilson, second by Mr. McCarthy to suspend the rules for
                     emergency consideration. You want me to do the roll call?
MR. BLANK:           No, I can do it. Thank you, Mayor. Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:            Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:            Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:           Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:          Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Motion to suspend the rules for emergency consideration passes 6/0. Is
                    there a motion to adopt?
MRS. WILSON:        So moved.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Moved by Mrs. Wilson, second by Mr. Zoldan. Discussion? (NO
                    RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) Mr. Blank, would you call the roll.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:        Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:       Yes.
MR. BLANK:          Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:           Yes.

                 (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0, NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Motion to adopt passes 6/0; becomes Resolution 11—2011.
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                 Anything council wishes to bring up under old business?
MR. HILL:        I'll be brief. I was going to bring this up with the Roads report, but I was
                 at the last Roads meeting. They're talking about selling lots out at the
                 Soaptown Cemetery. I know a gentleman who was working the business
                 for quite a while. I think Mr. Harrison had taken a backhoe out there and
                 had done some digging to see if there was any residents in the ground at
                 the front of the cemetery. They have not found any. However, this
                 gentleman I know has ben in the business for years ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Marty, you're too much.
MRS. GIBSON:     I'm sorry ——
MR. HILL:        There are a lot of unmarked graves we find out.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Dave, is that your job description?
MR. HILL:        But Dave and Dale did come out there and the gentleman who was out
                 there. He's been a cemetery sexton and vault installer and he's done this
                 for 50 years. He had his divining rods and you look for dowsing and
                 things like that. He had walked one stretch which was already laid out
                 and basically you're looking for disturbances in the soil. And he found
                 six and there are actually quite a few there which Dave was a little
                 skeptical. Dave had walked the same route and the rods crossed at the
                 same six places and Dale had walked it and I walked it. How it works, I
                 don't know but the gentleman said he would come out and help us look to
                 see if we can lay out graves around where there may be other graves.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   It just sounded funny ——
MR. HILL:        A resident —— we get a lot of residents that just don't ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Did they complain?
MR. HILL:        What?
MR. ZOLDAN:      Did they complain?
MR. HILL:        They don't complain at all ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Then don't say nothing about it.
MR. HILL:        —— they're good neighbors. But just to let you know, I do appreciate
                 Mr. Harrison and Mr. Grimm coming out to look at that ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Arnie, they can't vote for you. Arnie wants the vote. (Laughter.)
MR. HILL:        It is already laid out ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Even if they're dead ——
MR. HILL:        Please, Mr. Zoldan.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Thank you.
MR. HILL:        Mr. Zoldan, please.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   May have found the 1892 Hide—and—Go—Seek champions, finally.
                 (Laughter.)
                 Under new business —— old business? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                 COUNCIL.)
MR. SULLIVAN:    Under old business, I'd like to know if council is going to meet or do
                 something before the next council meeting on these job descriptions or
                 where are we going with it or we're not doing anything?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I was going to bring that up under new business, but that's fine. It should
                 be old business. Can we set a meeting to approve job descriptions and to
                 bring those pieces of legislation off the table prior to September 1st so
                 we don't have to prorate. We can move forward. Then if we have a date,
                 then the committees have to meet before we come up with the job
                 descriptions.
MR. HILL:        Why don't you run it concurrently with some other committee ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Why don't you, what? I didn't hear.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Run it concurrent with other committees.
MR. HILL:        Run it concurrent whether it be Roads, Finance, whichever one most or
                 all people could attend.
MR. SULLIVAN:    I think we would want all of council there.
MR. HILL:        I think so, too.
MR. ZOLDAN:      That is why —— John's got to be there.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   If you have a joint meeting between Transportation, Senior Services
                 because that's under ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Me.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   That's under you.
MR. ZOLDAN:      That's me, me.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Parks, Buildings, Grounds and Roads and Sidewalks then you would
                 cover all of those —— it would fall under those committees because
                 those committees are who should be coming up with job descriptions.
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MR. ZOLDAN:         Why don't we just have a work session and have it in public?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      We're going to have it in public ——
MR. ZOLDAN:         Just call a work session. Everyone will be here. Who wants to come,
                    come.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Because the legislation should come from the those committees. I'm
                    suggesting you do that but call it a joint committee meeting of those
                    committees.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Just call it a work session and everybody will be here.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      We agree on that. We just need to agree on what to call it.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Call it a work session.
MR. BOND:           Coming from council as a whole or whatever.
MR. SULLIVAN:       Couldn't council as a whole do it?
SOLICITOR DUTTON:   Sure.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Well, what did I say?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      My fear is then you'll come in —— somebody will come in and say my
                    committee didn't meet so ——
MR. HILL:           Let's get a time and date set right now convenient for everybody.
MR. ZOLDAN:         Right. I say midnight Saturday night.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      When's the —— do you have Utilities next week?
MR. HILL:           Yeah. I haven't called it yet. Normally ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:       Anybody have a meeting set next week?
MR. BOND:           The problem with Utilities is that it's going to be at 8:30 in the morning.
                    Is that going to be convenient for everyone? I don't know.
MRS. WILSON:        When's Streets?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      What meetings are set for next week? Anybody have a meeting set for
                    next week?
MR. SULLIVAN:       Safety is the only one ——
MR. ZOLDAN:         Yeah, but you cancelled it.
MR. MCCARTHY:       That is tomorrow.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      How about Monday? How about Monday ——
MR. SULLIVAN:       I'm out of town Monday and Tuesday.
MR. HILL:           I won't be here —— I tell you what, Stanley, how is Wednesday morning
                    for Utility? What day is bad for you, Mary Jane?
MRS. WILSON:        Wednesday.
MR. HILL:           How about Thursday morning at 8:30. If everybody can make it ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Then you have a work session afterwards.
MR. HILL:           You can have a work session afterwards.
MR. ZOLDAN:         We want everybody there at the work session.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Next Thursday. So you have a work session next Thursday ——
MR. ZOLDAN:         What time?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Let's say 11:00. How's that?
MR. HILL:           11:00 for me will be fine because, you know, depending on what pops up
                    on the agenda ——
MR. ZOLDAN:         Can everybody make the 11:00? That's the question you've got to ask.
MR. BOND:           Next Thursday at 11:00 is fine.
MR. HILL:           Mr. Sullivan asked if we can make it at 10:00. We can always adjourn
                    the Utility meeting and go back into it after that. I don't have any
                    problem doing that.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      All right. So 10:00 we're going to schedule a council work session on
                    job descriptions for the position.
MR. ZOLDAN:         That's not this Thursday, next Thursday. What's the date?
MR. SULLIVAN:       A week from this Thursday.
MR. HARRISON:       Would you be requiring me to attend?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Are you guys requesting that Mr. Grimm and Mr. Harrison be there?
MR. HARRISON:       I will be on vacation next Thursday.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Can you give some input prior to the meeting?
MR. HARRISON:       Yes.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      We're not going to find a day everybody can be there.
MR. SULLIVAN:       They've already done that.
MR. ZOLDAN:         If they want to make it, fine. If they don't, that's fine too.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      So the 25th at 10:000 ——
MR. ZOLDAN:         Thursday, the 25th.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      —— work session on job descriptions.
MR. ZOLDAN:         At 10:00.
MR. BOND:           10:00 a.m.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:      Then that's the 25th. Can we have a special meeting on the 29th to
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                 approve the job descriptions and bring the other legislation off? Then we
                 can be all set for September 1st. We don't have to prorate.
MR. HILL:        What day is the 29th?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   29th is a Monday.
MR. HILL:        The 29th I may not be available.
MR. ZOLDAN:      I think we might have a problem. I've held back on you people. I want
                 to tell you now I've held way back on you people. You want me to bring
                 it out now?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I don't know what —— I can't guess. I don't know. I don't know what
                 you're talking about.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Arnie, you want me to bring it out now?
MR. HILL:        What?
MR. ZOLDAN:      What I have to say? Sullivan ——
MRS. WILSON:     Get your approval, Stanley.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay. Then I'm going to tell all of you right now. I do not want no
                 lawsuits.
MR. SULLIVAN:    No what?
MR. ZOLDAN:      Lawsuits. Is that clear? Now I want to tell you why and I'm going to go
                 right to individuals. Unfortunately, I do not usually do this and I will.
                 I'm going to go with you, Chief Milhoan, first. When you hire somebody
                 from patrolman to sergeant to lieutenant to captain, whatever the ranks
                 are, do you usually hire within your —— providing they're qualified —
                 — do you hire within your ranks?
CHIEF MILHOAN:   I do.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay. Travis, you're the chief of the Fire Department. I want to ask you
                 a question. As chief, do you usually try to hire within your ranks for
                 promotion?
CHIEF EASTHAM:   Yes.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Dave, if you —— when you were hired —— please listen to what I have
                 to say, people, because we get a lawsuit, I'll rip you people to pieces and
                 that's not a threat; that's a promise —— when you were hired or when
                 you promote somebody, would you try to promote them from in the
                 ranks? In other words, when you took George Ebling's place, you were
                 hired from within the ranks; am I correct?
MR. HARRISON:    Yes.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay. Dale, I want to ask you a question. When you were —— and you
                 were on the department a long time —— were you hired from within the
                 ranks or when you were promoted, you were promoted, you worked for
                 the Road Department first, correct?
MR. GRIMM:       No. I worked for the Parks.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   He worked for the Parks ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   —— Then he worked for the Roads ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   —— Then he became superintendent of the Parks.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay. My question is, if you are going to pick a foreman —— if it goes
                 this route —— are you going to pick somebody from in the ranks? By
                 that I mean, somebody working for you?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Before you answer that ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Please, please ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   No, let me step in. We've listened to you enough. There's no foreman
                 position ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay, but if he does ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   There's no foreman position ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Just a minute. You're getting mad, Mr. Mayor, and I don't like that ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   There's no foreman position for him to ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      If there would be a position for the foreman, would you request
                 somebody that works at that Park Department or would you pull
                 somebody out from another city's to be your foreman?
MR. GRIMM:       I can't answer that, Stanley ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay. This is the problem ——
MR. GRIMM:       —— because I don't know if we're hiring.
MR. ZOLDAN:      This is the problem I have. You have a person —— I'll use the name.
                 Doesn't matter to me, people —— Denise —— and she's right there. She
                 has worked for ten and a half years in that Planning and Zoning office.
                 Now, if she isn't qualified —— and she was one that did apply for the job
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                 —— Now, I do got a lot of problems here with this. You understand
                 me? One, if we have the policy of hiring from within or we try to hire
                 from within —— and that's fine because you know the people. And I
                 accept that. You understand me —— and you do not hire somebody that
                 has ten years experience —— and if she's not qualified, that's a different
                 story. But my problem is, if we get a discrimination lawsuit, I will not be
                 a part of it. Now, we had other applications besides these two, and we
                 had good applications. You brought up a vision, Mr. Mayor —— and I
                 have no problem. I want this cleared with Dave or Dale. I have no
                 problem. I really don't. The problem I have is we had other applications
                 that were doing it between $25,000 and $35,000 a year. Now we're
                 bringing somebody in at over $50,000 a year and we are going to
                 bring —— if we bring it to the Parks it's going to go from 35 or 40,——
                 whatever you make, up to $52,000 ——
MR. SULLIVAN:    That's not true.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Let him finish because then we can talk.
MR. ZOLDAN:      My concern is this here, I'm more concerned with a discrimination
                 lawsuit than anything. Now whether you want to accept it or you don't,
                 trust me when I tell you, we're walking into it.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Okay. I want to address a couple of items. When we hired Mr. Grimm to
                 be the Parks Superintendent, I had people who had worked in the Parks
                 for over ten years that applied for the job that I didn't chose. I chose Mr.
                 Grimm, who I thought would be the best candidate for the job. When we
                 interviewed here —— and I think I've been very open and honest with
                 Denise along the way here —— that she presented a vision for the job
                 that was a division of the job, which if we were going in that direction, as
                 I said publicly before, we move in that direction. I believe, from our
                 interviews, that Dave was our best candidate. Now, you bring this ——
                 there are going to be people that work for $32,000. If we would have
                 hired one of those, it would cost us more in what we're doing now
                 because we would still have Dale employed at $42,000. We'd have Dave
                 employed at $52,000. And we'd be bringing somebody new in at
                 $32,000. So we would basically have a wash. Doing it this way we're
                 saving, I believe, $40,000. So, I don't know why you bring finances up
                 in it and we'd have people that would do the job for less because the total,
                 end—of—the—day cost would have been more for us. Now, I've sat
                 here for three years and listened to us talk about how we don't have a
                 cent. We don't have a penny. And I put a plan in front of you that's going
                 to save $40,000 and that's irrelevant now evidently.
MR. HILL:        I don't think it's irrevelent ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Irrelevant ——
MR. HILL:        I don't have a problem with Mr. Grimm or Mr. Harrison; but, you know,
                 we don't know if this is going to work. So to sit and jump up and down
                 and say we're going to have $40,000 in savings with Streets and Parks
                 and everything, that's going to be a pretty full plate.
MR. ZOLDAN:      That's going to be a lot of work.
MR. HILL:        I know if Mr. Grimm would happen to ask Mr. Harrison for any
                 suggestions or anything, there would be no issue there. But to jump up
                 and down and say we're going to save $40,000, you save $40,000 if it
                 works.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Right. And if it doesn't work ——
MR. HILL:        Then we don't save $40,000 ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   —— then we go back to what Mr. Zoldan evidently is presenting now
                 which would break us even. Again, I find all this mystifying because
                 you all chided Mrs. Wilson for not calling and having a single discussion
                 about a bill ahead of time. This has been on the board since July 9th and
                 not one of you has had the courtesy to call me and have a discussion
                 about it.
MR. ZOLDAN:      You knew a year ago ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   No, I did not.
MR. ZOLDAN:      —— that Barnhart was leaving.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:             Now I understand the delay tonight so that we can delay this
                 out. I'm glad you got permission first to give that speech.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Who gave permission?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You were asking for permission.
MR. ZOLDAN:      I asked everybody. I asked everybody if they wanted to have it out ——
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MR. HILL:        Mr. Mayor ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Mr. Hill, can I say this now? That's exactly what he said.
MR. HILL:        Mr. Mayor, he said, "You want me to bring it up?" I didn't know what
                 Stanley was going to bring up ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      That is correct.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Then why did you ask him if he didn't know what you were going to
                 bring up?
MR. ZOLDAN:      I asked Sullivan. I asked everybody and Mary Jane said go ahead. I
                 asked everybody. Mike, the bottom line is ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Mr. Zoldan, you said, "Mr. Hill, should I bring it up now?" Then you said
                 he didn't know what I was talking about.
MR. ZOLDAN:      That's right. And then I asked Mr. Sullivan and I asked —— then the
                 others said go ahead.
MR. SULLIVAN:    And Mr. Hill did tell me, "I don't know what he's talking about."
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I don't know why he asked for permission. Again, I don't —— here's
                 what I don't get ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      What don't you get?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You guys tomorrow morning will run to Dave and you'll run to Dale,
                 "Behind you a hundred percent. Don't get mad at me. Behind you a
                 hundred percent." Then you're Helen Kellar for nine days until we have
                 a meeting and now it's Chatty Kathy all of a sudden. I just don't get it. I
                 don't know what you're trying to accomplish here. Committee met two
                 times to put a job description together ——
MR. BOND:        Wait a minute. One committee met. You just requested three to meet on
                 them. Only one met on them ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   How many times did your committee meet, Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:        About these job descriptions?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Yes.
MR. BOND:        Once.
MR. SULLIVAN:    Twice.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Once.
MR. SULLIVAN:    Twice.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Didn't you have a second one?
MRS. WILSON:     We only met that time with you, Mike.
MR. BOND:        We met once.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You met on a Tuesday and I thought you met again on a Thursday.
MR. SULLIVAN:    That's correct.
MR. BOND:        We met once on the job description.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Mr. Harrison, I don't want to get you in the middle of this, but how many
                 meetings ——
MR. HARRISON:    Please don't, then.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Okay.
MR. ZOLDAN:      I don't blame you ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   They met again on a Thursday and the other committee didn't come to it.
MR. ZOLDAN:      That's right.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   So you met twice.
MR. BOND:        No, we met, I think, Mayor ——
MR. SULLIVAN:    What did we meet on Tuesday?
MR. BOND:        All right. There was a lot of legislation here tonight that we met on
                 Tuesday ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Did you meet on job descriptions? Was that part of the discussion on
                 Tuesday?
MR. BOND:        It was somewhat part of ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   did you meet on Thursday? You met twice.
MR. BOND:        We met twice, not only one strictly for job descriptions.
MR. SULLIVAN:    No, but ——
MR. BOND:        The Grounds Committee never met at all.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Okay——
MR. BOND:        I heard it from you that you contacted us July 9th ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Yes, I did.
MR. BOND:        That no one contacted you back.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You did not.
MR. BOND:        That is not true. I've got it on my cell phone ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You said at the work session that you did not.
MR. BOND:        —— right here where you returned my call ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You know why you called? To tell me that Barnhart was in the parking
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                 lot. That Barnhart who worked for us was in the parking lot at 10:00 at
                 night. That's what you called for.
MR. BOND:        I called and told you that and was going to discuss this other. You called
                 me back. I didn't get back to you. I didn't find it until later. But the thing
                 is here, I think the only thing they're saying is people want to get these
                 job descriptions done. We're having conversations now we should have
                 held in March.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Okay. So we didn't hold them in March. We're at right now. So where
                 are we going to go next?
MR. BOND:        We've got a meeting set up.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Okay. So we have a meeting set up. We've established that. Now I'm
                 asking you are we going to have a complete meeting to move on it?
MR. BOND:        I can't say how anybody's going to vote.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   That's all I'm asking.
MR. ZOLDAN:      How do we know?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Can we set up a tentative meeting in case ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Are you going to be there?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I don't know ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Well, if you're ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   It's a council workshop.
MR. ZOLDAN:      But you're part of us, Michael.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You know what I want ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      Wait a minute, Michael. You were the one who told me and I told Mary
                 Jane and I told Arnie that you were in charge of this. We backed off.
                 We were starting to get everything lined up. You said back off ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   What were you getting lined up?
MR. ZOLDAN:      You had a year ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   What were you getting lined up?
MR. ZOLDAN:      All the work ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Interviews. That's what you were getting lined up. Interviews.
MR. ZOLDAN:      You gave interviews.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I'm supposed to do interviews. You're not.
MR. ZOLDAN:      You were handling everything. You had a year to do this. It's just like
                 these negotiations. You have these negotiations and come the end of the
                 year you're saying, I don't have nothing, but let's pass everything. That's
                 why ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   You had the negotiation committee last year. You had negotiating
                 committee the year before. And the same things happened.
MR. ZOLDAN:      You're the boss, not us.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I don't do your job and I told you on interviewing not to do my job.
                 What is so hard for you to grasp about that?
MR. ZOLDAN:      I did ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   But you keep bringing it up ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      But you can't blame this council. Don't blame this ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I'm already doing Planning and Zoning. I don't want to do council.
MRS. WILSON:     I make a motion we adjourn.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   We still have other things ——
MR. ZOLDAN:      No. We have other business here. We have the police dispatcher.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   To the public, I apologize for this. I think it's —— everybody makes
                 their own judgments on these things, but it's amazing. It's amazing to
                 me.
MR. SULLIVAN:    New business.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Other items under new business? So there is going to be a work session
                 on the 25th at 10:00 a.m.
MR. HILL:        There is also a Utility meeting at 8:30 the same day.
MR. ZOLDAN:      This Thursday?
MR. HILL:        Next Thursday.
MR. SULLIVAN:    25th.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Okay.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   I will entertain a motion to appoint the following to the Negotiations
                 Committee: Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Sullivan and myself.
MR. ZOLDAN:      Mr. Mayor, can we wait until Mary Jane comes back from the restroom
                 because she has the right to vote. Obviously, she's not here. She has the
                 right to vote.
MR. HILL:        I'll make that motion, Mayor.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:   Thank you. Is there a second?
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MR. BOND:              I'll second it.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Discussion? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) All in favor?
COUNCIL:               Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Opposed? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) (VOTE: 5, AYE; 0,
                       NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.) So it's currently at 5/0. When Mrs. Wilson
                       comes in, we'll let her complete the vote.
                       Mrs. Wilson, are you okay with appointing yourself, me and Mr.
                       Sullivan to the negotiations committee?
MRS. WILSON:           Please.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Okay, so that's 6/0. (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0,NAY; 0,ABSTAINED.)
                        I entertain a motion to retain Attorney Fritz in the interim as our solicitor
                       —— prosecutor
MR. SULLIVAN:          So moved.
MR. BOND:              Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Moved by Mr. Sullivan, second by Mr. Bond. Discussion? (NO
                       RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) All in favor?
MR. ZOLDAN:            Better have roll call.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:      I'd add under the existing contract ——
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Under the existing contract.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:      —— with the late Mr. Schwartz.
MR. ZOLDAN:            I'd like a roll call, Mr. Mayor.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Mr. Blank, would you call the roll, please.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Zoldan?
MR. ZOLDAN:            Abstain.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Bond?
MR. BOND:              Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mrs. Wilson?
MRS. WILSON:           Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Sullivan?
MR. SULLIVAN:          Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. Hill?
MR. HILL:              Yes.
MR. BLANK:             Mr. McCarthy?
MR. MCCARTHY:          Yes.

                    (VOTE: 5, AYE; 0, NAY; 1, ABSTAINED.)

MAYOR CHAFFEE:         I will entertain a motion for the employment of Patricia Desantis as
                       full—time dispatcher.
MR. HILL:              So moved.
MR. BOND:              Second.
SOLICITOR DUTTON:      If she still wants the job. (Laughter.)
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Moved by Mr. Hill, second by Mr. Bond. Discussion? (NO RESPONSE
                       FROM COUNCIL.) All in favor?
COUNCIL:               Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Opposed? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0,
                       NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)
                       I will entertain a motion to appoint a committee to interview and
                       recommend to council a full—time replacement for our prosecutor. That
                       committee would be myself, as mayor; Mr. McCarthy, as Safety Chair;
                       and Mr. Milhoan —— Chief Milhoan, as Police Chief.
MR. SULLIVAN:          So moved.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Moved by Mr. Sullivan.
MR. HILL:              Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Second by Mr. Hill. All in favor?
COUNCIL:               Aye.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Opposed? (NO RESPONSE FROM COUNCIL.) (VOTE: 6, AYE; 0,
                       NAY; 0, ABSTAINED.)
MR. HILL:              I'll make a motion to adjourn.
MR. BLANK:             How about the negotiating committee?
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         We did that. We still have to do additional public remarks.
MRS. GIBSON:            I vote that any meeting that lasts until after 8:00 that council buys the
                       beer and pizza.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:         Any additional public remarks? I'm sorry. Mr. Dietz?
MR. DIETZ:             I'm not going to let you get out. I've got my festival hat on. You guys all
                       got magazines. Festival is coming along. I left some over here. If
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                                    somebody will take them upstairs for me.
MR. BLANK:                          I will.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:                      We can do that.
MR. DIETZ:                          Thank you.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:                      Thank you.
MR. DIETZ:                          And for the BPA, we have a meeting tomorrow at 1600 —— 4:00.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:                      While you're here for the Apple Cider Committee, I'd like to commend
                                    you on an excellent choice for the Grand Marshall.
MR. HILL:                           He said he was never asked.
MR. DIETZ:                          He was never asked.
MR. SULLIVAN:                       His wife told him you're in anyway.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:                      Any other public remarks? (NO RESPONSE.) I entertain a motion to
                                    adjourn.
MR. HILL:                           So moved.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:                      Second?
MRS. WILSON:                        Second.
MAYOR CHAFFEE:                      Second by Mrs. Wilson. Any objection? (NO RESPONSE FROM
                                    COUNCIL.) Hearing none, I declare we're adjourned.

(WHEREAS, THE REGULAR MEETING BEFORE THE VILLAGE OF LORDSTOWN COUNCIL
                        ADJOURNED AT 8:40 P.M.)



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