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									                             EASTLAKE CITY COUNCIL
                         REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
                                 MARCH 28, 2006


The Regular Meeting of the Eastlake City Council was held at Eastlake City Hall, 35150 Lake
Shore Boulevard. The Meeting was called to order by Council Vice President Mr. Zontini at
approximately 7:30 p.m.

The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mr. Morley.

ATTENDEES
Members of Council in attendance were Mr. Morley, Mr. D’Ambrosio, Mr. Razov, Mr.
Lajeunesse, Mr. Knuchel, and Council Vice President Mr. Zontini. Council President Mr. Elshaw
was absent and excused. Also attending was Council Clerk Mrs. Cendroski.

Those attending from the Administration were Mayor Andrzejewski, Fina nce Director Mr.
Slocum, Law Director Mr. Klammer, Building Department Administrator Mr. Voros, and City
Engineer Mr. Guard.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING – MARCH 14, 2006
MOTION: Mr. Knuchel moved to approve the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of March
14, 2006. Mr. Morley seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas: Mr. Knuchel, Mr. Morley, Mr. D’Ambrosio, Mr. Lajeunesse, Mr. Zontini.
           Absent: Mr. Razov

Motion carried. The minutes were approved.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT’S REPORT – Mr. Zontini
Meetings Scheduled
Mr. Zontini: The Council-as-a-Whole Committee Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 11,
2006 at 7:00 p.m. and the Regular Council Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 11, 2006 at
7:30 p.m.

An Economic Community Development Council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 19,
2006 at 6:30 p.m.

The State Financial Planning & Supervisory Commission met on Thursday, March 30, 2006 at
2:00 p.m.

COMMUNICATIONS & PETITIONS
An invitation was received inviting Council to attend the Annua l Eastlake JFK Senior Volunteer
Recognition Brunch on Friday, April 7, 2006. Mr. Zontini explained that this is for Council’s
individual consideration.



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A liquor license transfer request as received from Volume Services, Inc. to Captains
Concessions, LLC, 35300 Vine Street, Eastlake, Ohio. Mr. Zontini explained that this was
discussed in Finance Committee. Mr. D’Ambrosio will address it during his report.

COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS
SAFETY COMMITTEE – Mr. Morley
Mr. Morley: A Safety Committee Meeting was scheduled for March 20, 2006 with himself in
attendance. Mr. Razov and Mr. Zontini were absent and excused. Also in attendance from
Council were Mr. D’Ambrosio, Mr. Lajeunesse, and Mr. Knuchel. Council President Mr.
Elshaw was absent and excused. In attendance from the Administration were Law Director Mr.
Klammer, Finance Director Mr. Slocum, Building Administrator Mr. Voros, Police Chief Ruth,
Officer Little, Sgt. Isabella, Det. Bowersock, Sgt. Angelo, and Sgt. Hurst. Mayor Andrzejewski
was absent and excused. Due to the lack of a quorum due to an unexpected problem with Mr.
Razov at his work, the meeting was cancelled. He will coordinate with Police Chief Ruth to
reschedule a meeting, possibly in a different format – possibly a Town Hall meeting.

This concluded his report and he would be making the following Motion:

This concluded his report and he would be making the following Motion:
Legislative Recommendation
MOTION: I hereby move to add Legislation No. 03-28-(06) to the evening’s agenda supporting
and recognizing the month of April, 2006 as Child Abuse Prevention Month in the City of
Eastlake. Mr. Razov seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

Motion carried. Legislation No. 03-28-(06) was added to the evening’s agenda.

There were no questions of Mr. Morley.

RECREATION COMMITTEE – Mr. Lajeunesse
Mr. Lajeunesse: The Recreation Committee has not met since the last regularly scheduled
Council meeting, therefore he had nothing to report and he was open for questions.

Mr. Lajeunesse made the following Motion:
Legislative Recommendation
MOTION: I hereby move to add Legislation No. 03-28-(07) to the evening’s agenda authorizing
and directing the Mayor, Director of Finance and Director of Law, on behalf of the City of
Eastlake, to enter into a Settlement Agreement with Monreal Funeral Home, Inc. Mr. Razov
seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

Motion carried. Legislation No. 03-28-(07) was added to the evening’s agenda.

Additional Comments
This concluded his report and he was open for questions.


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There were no questions of Mr. Lajeunesse.

PLANNING COMMITTEE – Mr. D’Ambrosio
Mr. D’Ambrosio: The Planning Committee met on March 20, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. In attendance from
the Committee were himself, and Mr. Morley. Mr. Zontini was absent and excused. Also in
attendance from Council were Mr. Knuchel and Mr. Lajeunesse. Mr. Razov and Mr. Elshaw were
absent and excused. In attendance from the Administration were Mr. Slocum, Mr. Klammer, Fire
Chief Sabo and Building Administrator Mr. Voros. Mayor Andrzejewski was absent and excused.

The Committee reviewed six conditional use permit renewals, as well as a miscellaneous item
regarding a proposed sign for the Patrician Party Center who is requesting to install a new sign with
digital information and an amber alert feature.

Mr. Voros: He feels this will be an asset to the Community – the amber alert will be a good addition –
it will be visible from Route 2. The sign will be 38” in length – this is permitted due to the amber
alert. If it is not functional they will have to remove the sign.

Mr. D’Ambrosio: Also discussed in the miscellaneous section of the Finance Committee meeting was
a liquor license transfer from Volume Services, Inc. to the Captains Concessions – this has been
previously discussed and is the formal documentation on the transfer.

He would like to address Mr. Semik and Mr. Voros – he has had a lot of concerns lately from residents
– Mr. Semik and Mr. Voros took care of the problems quickly – it made the residents happy and
makes his job easier – he would like to thank Mr. Semik and Mr. Voros for this.

Mr. D’ Ambrosio made the following Motions:
Conditional Use Permit Renewals
MOTION: I hereby move to approve the Conditional Use Permit Renewal for Lake County Yacht
Club, 35979 Lakeshore Blvd., Eastlake, Miss Kimberly’s Day Care, 34799 Curtis Blvd., Eastlake,
Manny’s Place, 35647 Vine Street, Eastlake, Jeanne’s Joynt, 36091 Vine Street, Eastlake, Nextel
Communications, 35150 Lakeshore Blvd., Eastlake and Chase/Bank One, 35400 Vine Str eet, Unit A,
Eastlake. Mr. Morley seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

Motion carried. The Conditional Use Permit Renewals are approved.

Liquor License Transfer Request
MOTION: I hereby move to approve, and send back to Columbus, Ohio with no objec tions, the
liquor license transfer request from Volume Services, Inc., 35300 Vine Street, Eastlake to
Captains Concessions, LLC, 35300 Vine Street, Eastlake. Mr. Morley seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

Motion carried. The Liquor License Transfer request is approved.

Additional Comments
Mr. D’Ambrosio: This concluded his report and he was open for questions

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There were no questions of Mr. D’Ambrosio.

FINANCE COMMITTEE – Mr. Knuchel
Mr. Knuchel: The Finance Committee met on March 27, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. with himself, Mr.
D’Ambrosio and Mr. Lajeunesse in attendance from the Committee. Also in attendance from
Council were Mr. Morley, Mr. Razov and Council President Mr. Elshaw. Mr. Zontini was
absent and excused. In attendance from the Administration was Finance Director Mr. Slocum,
Lt. Jeff Herron and Law Director Mr. Klammer. The first item discussed was the 2006
Appropriations which was also discussed and moved forward in this evening’s Council-as-a-
Whole Committee Meeting. Barring any great disasters the City will only have a deficit of
$35,000 at the end of the year. The Committee also discussed an Amended Agreement between
the City of Eastlake and Cascia, LLC – this amended the original agreement that allows us to
charge a flat fee for non-baseball related events at the stadium – this item was also moved
forward and appears on the evening’s agenda. The Committee also discussed the WPCC
additional replacement fund request in the amount of $47,000 to upgrade the telemetry system in
our sewer pump plants – this item was also discussed in Council- as-a-Whole Committee and
moved forward to this evening’s agenda. In the miscellaneous section of the meeting, the
Committee discussed a liquor license transfer request, as referred to by Mr. D’Ambrosio as well
as a grant application for the City of Eastlake Police Department for body armor vests and a
State Contract for the purchase of the vests – these were also discussed in Council-as-a-Whole
Committee and moved forward to this evening’s agenda – this purchase is part of the contract
with the Eastlake Police Department. The Committee also discussed the bond for the Finance
Director and the situation with Scorchers Conditional Use Permit Renewal and the parking
regulations – the Conditional Use Permit Renewal was referred back to the Administration
previous to this meeting.

Mr. Knuchel made the following Motions:
Legislative Recommendation
MOTION: I hereby move to add Legislation No. 03-28-(04) to the evening’s agenda authorizing
and directing the Mayor and Director of Finance to enter into an amendment to the Lease
Agreement between the City of Eastlake and Cascia, LLC. Mr. D’Ambrosio seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

Motion carried. Legislation No. 03-28-(04) is added to the evening’s agenda.

Legislation Recommendation
MOTION: I hereby move to add Legislation No. 03-28-(05) to the evening’s granting
permission from
the City of Eastlake to the City of Willoughby to expend additional funds in an amount not to
exceed Forty-Seven Thousand Dollars ($47,000.00), for the Replacement of the SCADA Project,
specifically the addition of a programmable logic controller. Mr. D’Ambrosio seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

Motion carried. Legislation No. 03-28-(05) is added to the evening’s agenda.



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Additional Comments
This concluded his report and he was open for question.

There were no questions of Mr. Knuchel.

ORDINANCE COMMITTEE - Mr. Zontini
Mr. Zontini: The Ordinance Committee has not met since the last regularly scheduled Council
meeting, however, an Ordinance Committee meeting will be scheduled for Thursday, March 30,
2006 at 5:00 p.m. for the sole purpose of discussing the amendment to City Ordinance 155.26
“Bond.” Also, there will be a Special Council Meeting on Monday, April 3, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. –
also for that purpose.

This concluded his report and he was open for questions.

Mr. Morley: As he is a member of the Ordinance Committee, he is notifying that he will be late
in arriving at the meeting of March 30th . As to the Monday, April 3rd Special Council Meeting,
he will be out of town on business from April 2 nd through April 7th .

There were no questions of Mr. Zontini.

SERVICE/UTILITIES COMMITTEE – Mr. Razov
Mr. Razov: The Service/Utilities Committee has not met since the last regular ly scheduled
Council meeting, therefore, he did not have a formal report - he was open for questions.

There were no questions of Mr. Razov.

RECOGNITION OF THE PUBLIC
Mr. Elshaw recognized the public input at this time; he reminded the speakers that there is a 3-
minute limit for their comments, all comments are to be directed to the Chair and not include any
personalities or individuals.

Indra Shah, 577 St. Lawrence Blvd., Eastlake
Mr. Shah: He has two points to make – one being a letter addressed to the Council President
which he would like to read. (copy of letter attached hereto and incorporated herein)

He values Mr. Slocum’s contribution – he has been very helpful to the City and he appreciates it
and he means it with his heart. But, he considers his threat of resignation as two strikes and he
forcefully asks the Council and the Mayor that if he threatens a third time that his resignation be
accepted with thanks.

There was no one else who wished to speak




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LEGISLATION PROPOSED - First number will be 2006-022
                                              ORDINANCE NO.: 03-28-(01)
Requested by: Finance Director Mr. Slocum     An Ordinance to re-appropriate for the
Sponsored by: Mr. Knuchel                     expenses of the City of Eastlake, State of
                                              Ohio, for the period beginning January 1,
                                              2006 and ending December 31, 2006, and
                                              declaring an emergency.
MOTION: Mr. Knuchel moved to suspend the rules requiring three separate readings and
reading in full. Mr. Morley seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

MOTION: Mr. Knuchel moved to adopt. Mr. Morley seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Ordinance No. 2006-022.
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                                               RESOLUTION NO.: 03-28-(02)
Requested by: Police Chief Ruth                A Resolution authorizing and directing the
Sponsored by: Mr. Knuchel                      Mayor and Director of Finance to Purchase
                                               Thirty (30) Level II Vests in the amount of
                                               Nine Hundred Five Dollars ($905.00) each,
                                               and Five (5) Level IIIA Vests in the amount
                                               of One Thousand Five Dollars ($1,005.00)
                                               each, for Use by the City of Eastlake Police
                                               Department for the total cost of Thirty-Two
                                               Thousand One Hundred Seventy-Five
                                               Dollars ($32, 175.00), and declaring an
                                               emergency.
MOTION: Mr. Morley moved to suspend the rules requiring three separate readings and reading
in full. Mr. Knuchel seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

MOTION: Mr. Morley moved to adopt. Mr. Knuchel seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2006-023.
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                                               RESOLUTION NO.: 03-28-(03)
Requested by: Police Chief Ruth                A Resolution authorizing and directing the
Sponsored by: Mr. Morley                       Director of Public Safety to file an
                                               Application with the Department of Justice,
                                               Office of Justice Programs and Bureau of
                                               Justice Assistance for the purpose of
                                               acquiring funds through the Bulletproof
                                               Vest Partnership (BVP) for assistance in the
                                               purchase of Thirty Five (35) Body Armor
                                               Vests for the City of Eastlake Police
                                               Department, and declaring an emergency.
MOTION: Mr. Morley moved to suspend the rules requiring three separate readings and reading
in full. Mr. Knuchel seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

MOTION: Mr. Morley moved to adopt. Mr. Knuchel seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2006-024.
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                                              RESOLUTION NO.: 03-28-(04)
Requested by: Mayor Andrzejewski              A Resolution authorizing and directing the
              Finance Director Mr. Slocum     Mayor and Director of Finance to enter into
Sponsored by: Mr. Knuchel                     an amendment to the Lease Agreement
                                              between the City of Eastlake and Cascia,
                                              LLC, and declaring an emergency.
MOTION: Mr. Knuchel moved to suspend the rules requiring three separate readings and
reading in full. Mr. Lajeunesse seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

MOTION: Mr. Knuchel moved to adopt. Mr. Lajeunesse seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2006-025.
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                                                   RESOLUTION NO.: 03-28-(05)
Sponsored by: Mr. Knuchel                          A Resolution granting permission from
                                                   the City of Eastlake to the City of
                                                   Willoughby to expend additional funds in an
                                                   amount not to exceed Forty-Seven Thousand
                                                   Dollars ($47,000.00), for the Replacement
                                                   of the SCADA Project, specifically the
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                                              addition of a programmable logic controller,
                                              and declaring an emergency.
MOTION: Mr. Knuchel moved to suspend the rules requiring three separate readings and
reading in full. Mr. Lajeunesse seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

MOTION: Mr. Knuchel moved to adopt. Mr. Lajeunesse seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2006-026.
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                                               RESOLUTION NO.: 03-28-(06)
Sponsored by: Mr. Morley                       A Resolution supporting and recognizing the
                                               month of April, 2006 as Child Abuse
                                               Prevention Month in the City of Eastlake,
                                               and declaring an emergency.
MOTION: Mr. Morley moved to suspend the rules requiring three separate readings and reading
in full. Mr. Razov seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

MOTION: Mr. Morley moved to adopt. Mr. Razov seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2006-027.
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                                               RESOLUTION NO.: 03-28-(07)
Requested by: Council and Administration       A Resolution authorizing and directing the
                                               Mayor, Director of Finance and Director of
                                               Law, on behalf of the City of Eastlake, to
                                               enter into a Settlement Agreement with
                                               Monreal Funeral Home, Inc., and declaring
                                               an emergency.
MOTION: Mr. Razov moved to suspend the rules requiring three separate readings and reading
in full. Mr. Lajeunesse seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

MOTION: Mr. Razov moved to adopt. Mr. Lajeunesse seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous

Motion carried. Legislation is adopted as Resolution No. 2006-028.
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LEGISLATION PENDING
There was none.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
There was none.

NEW BUSINESS
There was none.

MAYOR/SAFETY DIRECTOR – Ted Andrzejewski
Mayor Andrzejewski: For everyone’s knowledge, Comcast has reported that Indian’s baseball
games will be broadcast on cable channel 73. As Mr. Semik is not present, he wanted him to
report that crews are being assigned on a daily basis to repair catch basins and clean out the
sanitary sewers – also, the Woodland soccer and football bathrooms were completely remodeled
by City crews and look very good.

He would like to recommend to Council that Ron Giangiacomo be re-appointed to the Civil
Service Commission for a three-year term, expiring December 31, 2008.

Mr. Lajeunesse: He will make the Motion as he has known Mr. Giangiacomo for a long time
and he is worthy of this appointment:
Reappointment to Civil Service Commission
MOTION: I hereby move to confirm the Mayor’s re-appointment of Ron Giangiacomo to the
Civil Service Commission for a three year term, expiring December 31, 2008. Mr. Morley
seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas: Mr. Lajeunesse, Mr. Morley, Mr. D’Ambrosio, Mr. K nuchel, Mr.
Zontini.
           Absent: Mr. Razov

Motion carried. Mr. Ron Giangiacomo is re-appointed to the Civil Service Commission for a
three-year term, expiring December 31, 2008.

Additional Comments
Mayor Andrzejewski: He would like to thank the Captains for showing a lot of cooperation with
the amendment to the Agreement – we have further times we are working on and will report
back.

This concluded his report and he was open for questions.

There were no questions of Mayor Andrzejewski.

LAW DIRECTOR – Randy Klammer
Mr. Klammer: He had nothing to report and was open for questions. He would suggest a
temporary solution as to Mr. Slocum’s concerns. Ordinance 155.26 actually requires a bond of
$100,000 – apparently we have a $500,000 bond that was part of the package for our
participation in NORMA. An Ordinance Committee meeting and another Council meeting has

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been scheduled to address this issue. Mr. Slocum has indicated he is agreeable to reducing the
current bond to the $100,000 required by the Ordinance which he feels is a fair compromise until
the meetings can be held and this matter cleared up. Mr. Slocum has agreed that $100,000 would
be comfortable for himself and his family for the next week while we address this issue.

Mr. Zontini: Mrs. Cendroski did an exhaustive search on the Ordinances in an effort to
determine how the $500,000 bond came about – the only Ordinance we have is for the $100,000-
so, Council is powerless to do anything other than that – it is an Administrative move at this
time.

Mr. Klammer: He is asking for a Motion to authorize the Mayor to cancel the $500,000 bond –
not knowing where it came from he wants to make clear the Mayor has the authority to cancel it
and reduce it to $100,000.

Mr. Zontini: Is the $100,000 bond in effect?

Mr. Klammer: He will follow-up on this tomorrow?

Mr. Knuchel: Are all the employees mentioned in the Ordinance bonded at $500,000?

Mr. Klammer: He believes only Mr. Slocum is bonded at $500,000.

Mr. Zontini: Can we make the Motion pending the implementation of a $100,000 before the
$500,000 bond is cancelled?

Mr. Klammer: Yes.

Mr. Razov made the following Motion:
Motion to authorize implementation of $100,000 bond and cancellation of $500,000 bond for
City of Eastlake Finance Director
MOTION: I hereby move to authorize the Mayor to cancel the $500,000 bond currently in place
for the City of Eastlake Finance Director and to acquire a bond in the amount of $100,000. Said
$500,000 bond shall not be cancelled until the $100,000 bond is in full force and effect. Mr.
Knuchel seconded.

ROLL CALL: Yeas unanimous.

Motion carried. The Mayor is authorized to cancel the $500,000 bond currently in place for the
City of Eastlake Finance Director and to acquire a bond in the a mount of $100,000. Said
$500,000 bond shall not be cancelled until the $100,000 bond is in full force and effect.

Additional Comments
Mr. Klammer: This concluded his report and he was open for questions.

There were no questions of Mr. Klammer.

SERVICE DIRECTOR – Mike Semik
Service Director Mr. Semik was absent and excused.

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FINANCE DIRECTOR – Mike Slocum
Mr. Slocum: He had no report and was open for questions.

Mr. Lajeunesse: He sent a memo a week of so about the post office as he has questions how t he
post office got there and the expense and revenues to the City – according to our budget the
expense is about $5,000 and the revenues from the ATM are about $2,000. He realizes Mr.
Slocum has completed research regarding having the Postal Service run the facility.

Mr. Slocum: The Postal Service is paying $100.00 rent per year – he spoke with their real estate
specialist in North Carolina who seems amiable to a rent payment to us in the amount of $5,000
per year – he is going to get back to us on this – it was agreed if they are willing to pay $5,000
per year we would sign a five year lease – they have not approved it on their side yet but he is
pushing it forward.

Mr. Lajeunesse: He appreciates Mr. Slocum looking into this – Council and the Administration
does work together to try to cut as much necessary expense as possible and this is one that has
been ongoing for 10 years.

There were no further questions of Mr. Slocum.

TAX ADMINISTRATOR – Angela Keneven-Zanella
Mrs. Keneven-Zanella was absent and excused.

BUILDING DEPARTMENT REPRESENTATIVE – Joe Voros
Mr. Voros: He had no report but he was open for questions.

Mr. Lajeunesse: We have had conversations on the billing updates being presented in the near
future.

Mr. Voros: He will have the information ready in the near future – right now he is working on
the updates for the residential code that will be coming into affect by May 27 th – he should have
this ready by the next Council meeting for review.

Mr. Lajeunesse: He wanted to bring this up because he believes the last time fees were increased
by the past Administration he did not believe there was any reason for why they were raised – he
is sure with Mr. Voros’ background he will do the proper research.

There were no further questions of Mr. Voros.

CITY ENGINEER – Steve Guard
Mr. Guard: They have completed the plan and submitted the program application to the Ohio
EPA for the Bruce Yee Pump Station – this is for the abandonment of the existing package plant
and the relinquishing of the permit for that plant which would leave us with a lot of
responsibilities for maintaining the package plant and utilizing just the pump station. Once the
permit is issued by the Ohio EPA we will ask for permission to advertise for bids for the project.
They have completed the preliminary plans for Roberts Road, Phase 2 and scheduled a meeting
with the Administration to review the plans and move on to a public meeting with the residents.


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Mr. Lajeunesse: He and Mr. Zontini had discussed the physicals of a City Audit – would you
please explain some positives and negatives.

Mr. Guard: If you are looking at making any capital improvements, an audit of the facilities to
determine the conditions to provide information for preparing a capital improvement plan and to
prepare a plan for long term repair and replacement would be an asset and a tool. Something like
this may cost approximately $25,000 - $30,000 – this would analyze the major facilities the City
owns.

Mr. Lajeunesse: Did CT Consultants do a roads study?

Mr. Guard: Yes – they did a road assessment two or three years ago – and prioritized the road
conditions over a long-term period.

Mr. Lajeunesse: Council you provide another copy of this to himself and the Mayor. As far as
you know, there has not been a City-wide study done?

Mr. Guard: He would provide the study – as far as a City-wide study – the Mayor and Service
Department have asked us to look into the pump stations in anticipation of a new Issue 1 funding
for capital improvements of infrastructure so we may be in a position to apply for this funding.

There were no further questions of Mr. Guard.

Additional Comments
Town Hall Meetings
Mr. Slocum: We are having a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, April 5, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at
City Hall.
FIRE CHIEF – Richard Sabo
Fire Chief Sabo was absent and excused.

POLICE CHIEF – John Ruth
Police Chief Ruth was absent and excused.

ADJOURNMENT
The Regular Council meeting was adjourned at approximately 9:01 p.m.


                                     ____________________________________________
                                     MIKE ZONTINI, COUNCIL VICE PRESIDENT


APPROVED: _______________________


ATTEST: ________________________
       DEBORAH A. CENDROSKI, CMC
           CLERK OF COUNCIL


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