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					                          Huber Heights City Council


            In Council Chambers
            6131 Taylorsville Road                        October 25,                 10


1.   The Huber Heights City Council met in a Regular Session on October 25, 2010.
     Mayor Ron Fisher called the meeting to order at 7:08 p.m.

2.   The Invocation was given by Bishop Ned L. Williams of The Church of Jesus
     Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 5750 Shull Road, Huber Heights, Ohio.

3.   Pledge of Allegiance

     Mayor Fisher led in the Pledge of Allegiance.

4.   Roll Call

     Councilmembers present for this meeting were Mayor Fisher, Jim Ellis, Mark
     Campbell, Jan Vargo, David Wilson, Tyler Starline, and Judy Blankenship.
     Mayor Fisher stated Council is all present and accounted for with the exception of
     Karen Kaleps and Roger Hensley.

     Mayor Fisher entertained a motion to excuse the absences of Karen Kaleps and
     Roger Hensley.

     Mr. Starline moved; Mrs. Vargo seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mr.
     Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship, and Mr. Ellis
     voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.

5.   Approval of Minutes

     The following Minutes were approved:

     A. City Council Regular Session Minutes – October 11, 2010

6.   Special Presentations/Announcements

     A. Mayoral Proclamation and Presentation for Family Month to Mr. Michael
        Stevens, President, Dayton Ohio East Stake, and Bishop Ned Williams of The
        Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints – Mayor Ron Fisher.
         Mayor Fisher presented the proclamation declaring the month of November,
         2010 as Family Month.
         Bishop Ned Williams, on behalf of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
         Saints, presented Mayor Fisher with a plaque in appreciation for his support,
         outstanding commitment, and efforts to build and strengthen families in the
         community by proclaiming November, 2010 as Family Month.
         Mr. Michael Stevens, President, Dayton Ohio East Stake, thanked the Mayor
         and the City of Huber Heights for supporting families.
     B. Miami Valley Fair Housing Center Presentation – Mr. Jim McCarthy,
        President and CEO, Miami Valley Fair Housing Center.
         Mr. Jim McCarthy introduced Judy Mott who is a board member and a founder
         of the Fair Housing Center. She said the Miami Valley Fair Housing Center
         was incorporated in 1993 to address the issues of housing discrimination,
         segregation, and integration. She said they have been a recipient of millions of
         dollars of federal stimulus neighborhood stabilization dollars. All juristictions
         that receive federal money are required to affirm fair housing standards.




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     They have focused their initial efforts in Huber Heights; and as a result, they have
     been recognized as a real leader in the State of Ohio. She thanked the City for
     partnering with them.
     Jim McCarthy, President and CEO of the Miami Valley Fair Housing Center,
     reviewed some of their services and also spoke on predatory lending. Due to
     issues with the economy and a high unemployment rate in the area, the number of
     foreclosures is very high. He said the Fair Housing Center and their staff are
     available at any time as a resource.
     Mayor Fisher thanked them for their services.

7.   Citizens Comments
     Chris Siscoe, Dayton Metro Library, 6160 Chambersburg Road, gave an update on
     the changes being made at the library. Beginning January 1, 2011, all of the
     library branches will open at 9:30 a.m. On Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays,
     the branches will close at 6:00 p.m. On Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, the
     branches will close at 8:30 p.m. The main library will be open on Sundays from
     1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. The Huber Heights branch will not be open on Sundays.
     The Huber Heights branch location will be rennovated. One room will be
     converted into a reading room and there will be two study rooms.
     Ralph Leffew, 4907 Chambersburg Road, encouraged everyone to vote.
     Nancy Bryge, 5198 Rainwood Court, shared her concerns about the City’s lack of
     endorsement of the Human Services Issue 9.
     Edwin M. Primm, Jr., 6123 Longford Road, spoke on the need for Human Services
     Issue 9 to be passed.

8.   Citizens Registered to Speak on Agenda Items
     There were no citizens registered to speak on Agenda Items.

9.   City Manager Report
     Acting City Manager James Borland said he is very proud of the community.
     Occassionally bad people come to the City to do bad things as evidenced by what
     happened last week. Because the City has good citizens and a good community,
     the Police Division was able to solve that home invasion within hours, and the
     police had people locked up on felony counts. Today, the City had another group
     come here. Again, citizens stood up to them and said they are not going to stand
     for this. He then asked Chief Schommer for an update.
     Chief Schommer stated it is the good outlook of City residents and civic-minded
     members of the community who decided to step in and take action and help the
     Police Division out on a couple of relatively serious crimes. Burglaries and thefts
     are on the rise, and certainly not just in Huber Heights. Today, someone was
     trying to break into a home and steal the most popular item which is a flat screen
     television. Chief Schommer suspects it is becoming so popular because it is so
     lightweight. A neighbor saw it happening, gave the police a call, and the officers
     were there within a second. The officers saw the guys coming out of the house,
     chased them down, and caught them. They showed the officers other houses that
     they had broken into and also took them to the places where they had sold the
     property. Hopefully, this will bring resolution to some additional thefts that have
     occurred in the City. He said residents should jot down the serial number, make
     and model of any electronic equipment they have. He encouraged everyone to call
     in anything they feel is suspicious.



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           Jim Borland reminded everyone that this is not something that is occurring
           everyday. Normally, when the police catch these people, they solve a lot of
           burglaries, not only here in Huber Heights, but in other cities also.

10.    Pending Business
       There was no Pending Business this evening.

11.    New Business
           CITY COUNCIL
       A.       A Motion to Approve Transfer of Liquor Permit #91190980010 For Twins
                Group PH LLC AT 6020 Old Troy Pike, Huber Heights, Ohio 45424 To
                Liquor Permit #76391470005 For SCAP PH LLC At 6020 Old Troy Pike,
                Huber Heights, Ohio 45424.
                Jim Ellis, of the Public Works Committee, stated the committee has reviewed
                this and recommends approval.
                Mr. Ellis moved to approve; Mrs. Vargo seconded the motion. On a call of
                the vote, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis,
                and Mr. Campbell voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.
      B.        A Motion to Approve the City of Huber Heights Calendar of 2011 Council
                Sessions.
                Mark Campbell, Chair of the Administration Committee, stated this has been
                reviewed by the committee and recommended for approval.
                Mr. Campbell moved to approve; Mrs. Blankenship seconded the motion.
                On a call of the vote, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis,
                Mr. Campbell, and Mrs. Vargo voted yea; none voted nay. The motion
                passes 6-0.
       C.       An Ordinance Designating A Qualified Administrative Officer Of the City
                To Exercise The Powers and Perform the Duties of the City Manager During
                the Absence of the City Manager, and Declaring An Emergency.
                City Attorney Alan Schaeffer stated this legislation is dictated by some
                recent bond action that the City is taking. This is a clarification for the Bond
                Counsel’s benefit. He asked that this be approved this evening.
                Mr. Campbell moved to waive the second and third readings; Mr. Ellis
                seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship,
                Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, and Mr. Wilson voted yea; none voted
                nay. The motion passes 6-0.
                Mrs. Vargo moved for adoption; Mr. Starline seconded the motion. On a call
                of the vote, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr.
                Wilson, and Mr. Starline voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.

      ADMINISTRATION/HUMAN RESOURCES
      Jim Borland, Acting City Manager
      D.      A Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of Employee Health Insurance Services
              for the City of Huber Heights for the Fiscal Year 2011 and Waiving the
              Competitive Bidding Requirements.




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      Acting City Manager Jim Borland stated this is the yearly insurance renewal
      that the City does around this time each year. He asked that this be approved
      this evening.

      Mr. Campbell, Chair of the Administration Committee, stated this was
      reviewed by the committee and recommended for approval.

      Mr. Campbell moved to waive the second and third readings; Mrs. Vargo
      seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs.
      Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, and Mrs. Blankenship voted yea; none voted
      nay. The motion passes 6-0.

      Mrs. Blankenship moved to adopt; Mr. Starline seconded the motion. On a
      call of the vote, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs.
      Blankenship, and Mr. Ellis voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.

E.    A Resolution Amending Resolution 2002-R-3010 As Amended and Revising
      the City of Huber Heights Organizational Chart; and Authorizing the New
      Personnel Staffing Levels as Detailed Below, and Declaring An Emergency.
      Mark Campbell, Chair of the Administration Committee, stated this has been
      before the committee and recommended for approval.

      Mr. Campbell moved to waive the second and third readings; Mr. Wilson
      seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr.
      Starline, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis, and Mr. Campbell voted yea; none voted
      nay. The motion passes 6-0.

      Mrs. Vargo moved to adopt; Mr. Starline seconded the motion. On a call of
      the vote, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell,
      and Mrs. Vargo voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.

F.    A Resolution Amending Resolution 2001-R-3011 As Amended Establishing
      and/or Amending the Salary Ranges and Wage Levels for Employees of the
      City of Huber Heights, Ohio, and Declaring An Emergency.
      Mr. Campbell stated this is a companion piece of legislation to Agenda Item
      11-E.
      Mr. Campbell moved to waive the second and third readings; Mr. Wilson
      seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship,
      Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, and Mr. Wilson voted yea; none voted
      nay. The motion passes 6-0.
      Mr. Campbell moved to adopt; Mrs. Vargo seconded the motion. On a call of
      the vote, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson,
      and Mr. Starline voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.

FINANCE DEPARTMENT
Don Jones, Finance Director
G.    A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Expend Funds to Cover the
      Costs of Various Goods and Services Ordered by City Departments/Divisions,
      and Declaring An Emergency.
      Finance Director Don Jones explained this is amnesty legislation. He asked
      that this be approved this evening.




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     Mr. Ellis moved to waive; Mr. Campbell seconded the motion. On a call of the
     vote, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, and Mrs.
     Blankenship voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.
     Mr. Starline moved to adopt; Mrs. Blankenship seconded the motion. On a call
     of the vote, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs.
     Blankenship, and Mr. Ellis voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.


H.   An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 2009-O-1813-A By Making Supplemental
     Appropriations For Expenses of the City of Huber Heights, Ohio for the Period
     Beginning January 1, 2010 and Ending December 31, 2010 (Various Capital
     Improvements, Debt Service and Operations Funding), and Declaring An
     Emergency.
     Finance Director Don Jones explained this is an appropriations ordinance
     amending the current budget. These funds that are being appropriated are in
     two restricted funds which means that the City has received the funds and the
     City has received the money into these accounts and they can only be used for
     a specific purpose. He asked that this be approved this evening.
     Mrs. Vargo moved to waive the second and third readings; Mrs. Blankenship
     seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr.
     Starline, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis, and Mr. Campbell voted yea; none voted
     nay. The motion passes 6-0.
     Mr. Ellis moved to adopt; Mr. Starline seconded the motion. On a call of the
     vote, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell,
     and Mrs. Vargo voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.

PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT - POLICE DIVISION
Rob Schommer, Police Chief
I.   A Resolution Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into An Agreement
     With The City Of Dayton For The Participation In The Montgomery County
     OVI Task Force And To Accept Funds For The Reimbursement Of Overtime
     Wages While Participating, And Declaring An Emergency.
     Police Chief Rob Schommer stated the City has been a member of this Task
     Force for the past several years. These funds will be used to allow officers on
     overtime detail to have a rolling traffic enforcement patrol which allows better
     coverage and more variety in the type of enforcement efforts that the City can
     conduct. He asked that this be approved this evening.
     Mrs. Vargo moved to waive the second and third readings; Mrs. Blankenship
     seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mr. Starline, Mrs. Blankenship,
     Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, and Mr. Wilson voted yea; none voted
     nay. The motion passes 6-0.
     Mr. Campbell moved for adoption; Mr. Ellis seconded the motion. On a call of
     the vote, Mrs. Blankenship, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson,
     and Mr. Starline voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.
J.   An Ordinance to Amend Part Three, Title Seven, Chapter 351, of the City of
     Code of Huber Heights, Ohio, By the Addition of Section 351.23 “Leaving
     Motor Vehicles On Private Or Public Property”.
     Police Chief Rob Schommer stated this ordinance is the result of an increase in
     complaints from residents. The City does not have an ordinance that allows the



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      City to address vehicles that are not noticeably disabled, but are left abandoned
      on the roadway. This does not allow for necessary maintenance and repairs to
      streets, and impedes traffic flow. This will allow the City to clean up some of
      the junk vehicles sitting on the roadways.
      Mrs. Vargo said this was reviewed by the Public Safety and Services
      Committee and recommended for passage.
      Mrs. Vargo asked about the 72 hour limit.
      Police Chief Schommer said anyone who parks a vehicle on the street, would
      not be permitted to leave that vehicle there for more than 72 hours without
      contacting the Police Division for permission to do so.
      Mrs. Vargo said the City Council wants to have three readings on this
      legislation in order for the public to know about this.
      Mr. Starline added this would be a minor misdemeanor and would carry
      possible fines. If the vehicle is towed, there will be additional charges.
      Mrs. Vargo also said the City does have snow routes in the City and people are
      prohibited from parking on those snow routes and subject to towing.
      Mayor Fisher said this legislation would be passed to a second reading.

ENGINEERING DIVISION
Russ Bergman, City Engineer
K.    A Resolution Authorizing the Disposal of Surplus Property Not Needed for
      Municipal Purposes, and Declaring An Emergency.
      City Engineer Russ Bergman stated this resolution concerns the former Rally’s
      Restaurant property located on Brandt Pike that was donated to the City by the
      owner. The City would like to place this property for sale. The money from
      the sale of the property will be placed in the City’s General Fund. The method
      for the sale of the property is yet to be determined.
      Jim Ellis, of the Public Works Committee, stated this was discussed and
      recommended that it be approved.
      Mr. Ellis moved to waive the second and third readings; Mrs. Blankenship
      seconded the motion. On a call of the vote, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Campbell, Mrs.
      Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, and Mrs. Blankenship voted yea; none voted
      nay. The motion passes 6-0.
      Mr. Starline moved for adoption; Mr. Wilson seconded the motion. On a call
      of the vote, Mr. Campbell, Mrs. Vargo, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Starline, Mrs.
      Blankenship, and Mr. Ellis voted yea; none voted nay. The motion passes 6-0.

COMMUNITY SERVICES AND SPECIAL PROJECTS DIVISION
Emily Haney, Community Services and Special Projects Manager
L.    A Resolution Amending the Resolution No. 2010-R-5292 To Increase the Not
      To Exceed Amounts For Montgomery County Animal Resource Center to
      Administer A Twenty-Four Hour Stray Cat Control Program Within the City,
      and Declaring An Emergency.
      Community Services and Special Projects Manager Emily Haney said this will
      increase the not to exceed amount to $25,500 for the Animal Resource Center.
      Funds are available. This was reviewed by the Public Safety and Services



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         Committee, and the committee would like to have more than one reading of the
         legislation.
         Mr. Campbell moved to waive the second; Mr. Wilson seconded the motion.
         Mr. Starline added the committee requested that this go to a second reading so
         the public would know about this.
         Mr. Campbell withdrew his motion as did Mr. Wilson.
         Mayor Fisher said this legislation will be moved to a second reading.

12.   City Official Reports and Comments
      Mrs. Blankenship thanked Council, Staff and all the people out there for their
      prayers and support during her brother’s illness. It meant a lot to her family that
      she could be there. Her brother really appreciated it. They had a wonderful time.
      He passed on October 8, 2010. He was very grateful that she could be with him.
      She really thanks everyone. She hopes Karen Kaleps is doing fine with her knee
      replacement surgery. She has not heard from her yet, but wishes her well and a
      speedy recovery. She said she would be contacting Jonathan Mendel regarding an
      email from a resident who would like some upscale restaurants in the City. The
      resident referred to the Winds in Yellow Springs and the Hawthorne Grill in
      Kettering.
      Mr. Starline thanked the folks from the Miami Valley Fair Housing for coming
      and for their presentation. He looks forward to going through the information and
      folder that they presented. He then thanked the library for all the work that they do
      considering how tough it is to do more with less - which it seems everyone is
      doing now. He really appreciates the work that they are doing in order to keep the
      branch open and active and support the residents who want to read. He then spoke
      on the upcoming election. There are a couple of points that might be worth
      mentioning just to supplement Mr. Leffew’s comments of vote, vote, vote. There
      is a right to vote, but there are also some responsibilities that voters need to take to
      make sure that they can vote. He was at a training session on the law a couple of
      weeks ago. Voters must bring a form of ID. There are a couple of different types
      - a valid photo ID which includes a driver’s license, or State ID card. It does not
      have to include a current address. The law was just changed recently. If it has a
      former address, voters do not have to go and pay to get a new license issued. As
      long as there is proof of a current address, that is fine. A military ID can be used.
      A utility bill that has the name and current address, a bank statement, a paycheck,
      or other government document showing the name and current address can also be
      used. A lot of voters may have received notices in the mail from the Board of
      Elections addressed “This is Your Voting Precinct”. That is not a valid ID for
      voting. He said a responsibility that a voter has to comply with this election year
      is voters cannot have campaign materials, in terms of t-shirts, buttons, or signs
      with them when they go to vote, or they will not be allowed to vote. He then said
      he deeply respects the position that Dave Wilson has taken on Issue 9. Mr.
      Starline is in favor of the Human Services Issue 9 with deep hesitation. One thing
      that has not been addressed is why the Ballot Initiative Board, to begin with,
      decided to include such a controversial issue in their ballot initiative. They could
      have excluded an issue that was of deep controversy from this issue had it been
      dealt with in other funding mechanisms, and this would not have been an issue at
      all. That could have been done months ago before this issue ever became an issue
      with this City. But, they decided to tie that in to make it a matter of, as Mr. Primm
      stated,” It’s an all or nothing now.” If they had decided to leave that out, this
      would not have been an issue. He thinks in future years, this issue should be left
      out. For this year, it is in, and it can not be changed. There are laws about when



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the language can be changed and when it cannot be changed. This should not
come back in a couple of years when it comes back for renewal with that particular
issue in it. Leave that to something else. With that being said, as he indicated, he
did vote for this. He believes that it is something that helps. He works with a lot
of folks at Children Services. This is something that should have had that issue
removed. That is something that the Initiative Board should take on, not the
members of this Council. He pointed out that in terms of the endorsement of that
issue, everyone should take a look at their website. There are only three cities
listed as endorsing that issue: Trotwood, Brookville, and Kettering. The City of
Dayton, itself, is not listed as an endorser at this time. They may have since
endorsed it after it went on the website, but the City Commission in Dayton is not
listed. He thinks that is telling. With all that being said, he wanted to address one
other issue with regard to elections. It is because of his profession and it’s because
these never get talked about, but they are very important. There are two Supreme
Court of Ohio elections going on this year. One is for the next Chief Justice. He
believes that this is an issue of great importance to the citizens of Ohio and the
citizens of Montgomery County. There are decisions that come down from the
Ohio Supreme Court of Ohio that basically impact residents of Montgomery
County every day. He had to file today a case that basically turned on a decision
of the Supreme Court of Ohio. There is a Chief Justice position and an Associate
Justice position up right now. He has people whom he has a preference for. Voters
should support these races as well. They are at the bottom of the ballot and they
are issues that a lot of folks overlook. They should not be overlooked because
they are very important.
Mr. Wilson said hello to Karen Kaleps and hopes she is feeling better. He
thanked Mr. Sisco for the library update. He then said Channel 7 is predicting a
windstorm with 60 mile an hour winds tomorrow. He suggested securing trash
cans so the City does not have a big mess after tomorrow. He reminded everyone
that early voting is still going on at the Montgomery County Building. If you will
be out of town or just want to avoid the long lines on Election Day, keep in mind
that voters have the option of going to the Montgomery County Building to vote
early and the opportunity to vote on Issue 9.
Mrs. Vargo said she spoke to Karen Kaleps this afternoon. She is doing fine but
she still has a lot of pain. She said Karen especially wanted to say thank you for
the beautiful, beautiful flowers that were sent from Council. Mrs. Vargo thanked
Chris Sisco for coming. It is always a pleasure to have a report from the library,
and he always gives such a good one. Many know that Huber Heights Library
number one in circulation, but it is so good to hear about it. She said Nancy Byrge
spoke very eloquently about the Human Services levy and the one thing that was
said about the consequences. That is something that everyone must think about
very seriously. The consequences if this does not pass are going to be absolutely
devastating. She does not know of any city, county who can handle it alone - they
just do not have the funds to take care of all the things that are included in this
levy. Even though there are areas that she does not agree with, since they are all
lumped together, it is just something that this time, everyone must look carefully at
and think about the consequences if it does fail. She certainly endorses it and
urges everyone to think what would happen if this levy fails for the City. She
thanked Judy and Jim from the Fair Housing Center for coming this evening.
Since she is a realtor, she is pretty much involved with a lot with fair housing
issues. They have always been so good about bringing fairness to folks who want
to purchase real estate. She is thrilled, absolutely thrilled, that HUD has chosen to
acknowledge Huber Heights as an example of a community that is purchasing
homes and doing the rehabs. She wishes every citizen in Huber Heights could see
what they have done to the properties here. They are certainly going to bring up
the value. Every street where there is a nice rehab is going to bring the value of all


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      the properties up. She is pleased that was recognized not only by Montgomery
      County, but by a federal head of HUD – that he would stand up and say Huber
      Heights. That is a good thing and it’s good for the City.
      Mr. Ellis had nothing further this evening.
      Mr. Campbell had nothing further this evening.
      Mayor Fisher thanked all the citizens who came to give their opinion on Issue 9 or
      any other input they had. That is what makes City Council stop and think up here.
      He, like Jan Vargo, does think there is a lot of need out there and hopes that the
      Issue 9 passes. He also enjoyed the reports on the library. It is amazing that Huber
      Heights has that much activity out there. Hopefully, that will keep them from
      touching this library, in the negative sense anyway. Mayor Fisher then wished
      Karen Kaleps a speedy recovery. If she is as strong physically, as she is willed,
      she will be here tomorrow! He said to take that in a good way, Karen, if she is
      listening! He then thanked Tony Rodgers for a great job.
13.   Executive Session
      There was no need for an Executive Session this evening.
14.   Adjournment

      Mayor Fisher adjourned the Regular Session Council Meeting at 8:30 p.m.




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