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					Paris Municipal Center
Commission Chambers
Paris, Kentucky
March 9, 2010

A regular meeting of the Paris City Commission was called to order at 9:05 AM by
Mayor Mike Thornton followed with the Pledge of Allegiance.

Present: Mayor Thornton; Commissioners Wallis Brooks, Mike Fryman, Stan Galbraith
and Bart Horne; City Manager Michael Nagy; City Clerk Cheryl Dryden and City
Attorney Bryan Beauman.

Approve Agenda

Galbraith moved, Fryman seconded and motion unanimously carried to approve the
agenda as amended with consideration of the cable TV franchise moved from the consent
agenda to outstanding business for discussion.

Approve Minutes

Brooks moved, Fryman seconded and motion unanimously carried to approve minutes of
the February 23, 2010 regular meeting as presented.

Cynthia Criswell and Jessica Mayes representing Paris Animal Welfare Society thanked
the commission for support received last year; gave an update on current operations and
requested funding consideration in the upcoming budget.

Public Comment

None

Communications

The following written communications were received:

           o   Department activity reports for month of February 2010
           o   Memo to department heads clarifying vehicle purchases
           o   Minutes of 2/24/10 staff meeting
           o   Notice of Spring Clean-up beginning March 15-26, 2010
           o   Communication to Tourism Director referencing Paris Profile update

Brooks moved, Horne seconded and motion unanimously carried to accept and file the
communications.


Consent Agenda

None


Outstanding Business

Galbraith moved and Horne seconded to give second reading to the following ordinance
establishing the requirements for issuance of a business license, setting the terms and
conditions for denial or revocation of a business license and establishing any necessary
appeals. On call of vote, Brooks, Fryman, Galbraith, Horne and Thornton voted yes.
Motion carried.




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                                 ORDINANCE NO. 10-4

     AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE REQUIRMENTS FOR ISSUANCE
OF A BUSINESS LICENSE, SETTING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR
DENIAL OR REVOCATION OF A BUSINESS LICENSE, AND ESTABLISHING
ANY NECESSARY APPEALS

        WHEREAS, the City is in need of a manner addressing the issuance, denial and
revocation of business licenses and taxes and the administration of those licenses and
regulations to be more efficient;

       NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF PARIS CITY
       COMMISSION THAT THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS BE ADDED AND
       AMENDED TO THE CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES:

Section 1. § 60.002 LICENSE APPLICATION REQUIRED

(A) Every person and business entity engaged in any business in the city shall be
required to apply for and obtain occupational license from the city before the
commencement of business or in the event of a change of business status. Licensees are
required to notify the city of any changes in address, the cessation of business, or any
other changes, which render the information supplied to the city in the license application
inaccurate.

(B)    Prohibitions

No person or business entity, other than those who are only engaged as employees
within the City, shall conspire, cause, permit, promote, allow, aid, assist, encourage
or engage in any franchise, trade, occupation, profession or other business within
the City for which the annual OccupationalLicense required hereby has not been
issued.


Section 2. [NEW SECTION]

 (A) Signature to Application. Each application for an annual Occupational License
required hereby shall be signed by the applicant or an authorized representative of the
applicant, who shall attest to the truth of the statements therein, with knowledge that any
false statements constitute perjury, for which the signatory may be prosecuted and
punished according to law; and such signatures shall be notarized according to law.

(B)     Presentment of Application; Copy of Application to City Clerk; Payment of Fees.
Each application for an annual Occupational License required hereby shall be presented
to the City Clerk, or any designee thereof, along with both the Occupational License fee
and any Occupational License Fee due from the applicant. No application for an
Occupational License shall be received by or on behalf of the City without payment of
the Occupational License fee and any Occupational License Fee due from the applicant.

(C)     Review of Applications by City Manager. Each application for an annual
Occupational License required hereby shall be immediately forwarded to and reviewed
by the City Manager according to the following standards within 30 days after actual
receipt by the City Clerk:
        (1)     When the applicant, or employees of the applicant, are required to have
any license, permit, degree, certification or other similar document pursuant to the
provision of any applicable law for the conduct of or employment in the business which
is the subject of the application; the license, permit, degree, certification or other similar
document shall have been duly issued to the applicant or employees of the applicant prior
to the issuance of the Occupational License. The applicant shall provide documentary
evidence of the issuance satisfactory to the City Manager.


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         (2)    The criminal record of the persons named or identified in the application
shall be considered to the extent such record includes conviction of a felony, a
misdemeanor for which imprisonment or other confinement was a possible penalty, any
other crime in which moral turpitude was involved; or any other crime which was directly
related to a business of the type which is the subject of the application. In determining if
a conviction was directly related to a business, the City Manager shall consider:
                (a)      The nature and seriousness of the crime for which the person was
convicted.
                (b)      The relationship of the crime to the purpose of the regulation of the
business.
                (c)      The relationship of the crime to the ability, capacity and fitness
required to perform the duties and discharge the responsibilities of the operation of the
business.
                (d)      The extent to which the person convicted has been successfully
rehabilitated.
         (3)    The City Manager shall consider whether the business is of a type that the
operation, unless closely supervised, has a probability of generating or resulting in
criminal activity or adversely affecting the health, safety, morals and welfare of
occupants or residents of adjoining property, the citizens and residents of the City, or will
constitute a nuisance.
         (4)    The City Manager shall consider the business history of the applicant
including:
                (a)      Whether the persons named and identified in the application have
been denied or had suspended or revoked a similar license by the City or any other city,
county or state and the reasons therefore.
                (b)      Whether complaints have been received by the City about the
business practices or responsibility of the persons named and identified in the application,
and the disposition of those complaints.
         (5)    The City Manager shall consider whether the persons named and
identified in the application are indebted to the City for delinquent taxes, assessments,
liens, fines, penalties, or similar obligations.
         (6)    The City Manager shall consider whether the business and the proposed
location complies with all applicable laws, including, without limitation, land subdivision
and use, zoning, building construction and maintenance, and fire prevention and life
safety codes and regulations.
(D)      Notice to the Applicant. Unless the City Manager conditionally approves or
disapproves the application for a Occupational License within thirty (30) days after the
application has been received by or on behalf of the City, the City Clerk, or the designee
thereof, shall issue the Occupational License that is the subject of the application and
mail it to the applicant at the address indicated in the application; and, thereafter, the
applicant may engage in the franchise, trade, occupation, profession, or other business
described in the application, but only at the address thereof indicated in the application,
until that Occupational License expires or is suspended or revoked according to the
provisions of this chapter.
(E)      Conditional Approval of Application. In the event that the City Manager
conditionally approves an application for a Occupational License, the City Clerk shall
notify the applicant thereof and the reasons therefore by certified mail, return receipt
requested, to the address of the applicant indicated in the application, along with a notice
that the license will be issued by the City Clerk only upon receipt by the City Clerk of a
written signed acceptance by the applicant of the conditions to be performed prior to
the issuance of the license. The notice shall also state that if the City Clerk does not
receive the acceptance within such time, the application will thereby be summarily
disapproved.
(F)      Disapproval of Application. In the event that the City Manager disapproves an
application for a Occupational License required hereby, the City Clerk shall notify the
applicant of that denial and the reasons therefore identified by certified mail, return
receipt requested, to the address of the applicant indicated in the application, with a
refund of any anticipated City Occupational License Fee paid with the application, and a
notice of the procedure established in this chapter for an appeal from the denial of that
application.
(G)      Occupational License Revocation or Suspension by the City Manager.


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        (1)     Any Occupational License required hereby may be revoked or suspended
by the City Manager for any period of time determined by the City Manager to be
reasonable and appropriate for any one or more of the following circumstances:
                (a)     Any false or intentionally misleading statement or information
provided in the license application.
                (b)     Any failure or refusal to perform or abide by any of the conditions
of a conditional license.
                (c)     The criminal conviction of any person named or identified in the
license application of a felony, a misdemeanor for which imprisonment or any other
confinement is a possible penalty, any other crime in which moral turpitude is involved,
or any other crime which directly relates to a business of the type for which the license
was issued. However, the consideration of such a criminal conviction shall include:
                        (i)     The nature and seriousness of the crime for which the
person was convicted.
                        (ii)    The relationship of the crime to the purposes of the
regulation of the business.
                        (iii) The relationship of the crime to the ability, capacity and
fitness required to perform the duties and discharge the responsibilities of the operation
of the business.
                        (iv)    The extent to which the person has been successfully
rehabilitated.
                (d)     The revocation, suspension or expiration without renewal of any
license, permit, degree, certification or similar document which is required by any
applicable law for the conduct of or employment in the business for which the license
was issued.
                (e)     Where the business is a disorderly house, or to permit lewd,
indecent or immoral acts to be committed therein, or on the premises adjacent thereto and
under the control of the person conducting such business, or to permit on such premises
or adjacent premises any lewd, boisterous or obscene conversations, sounds or other
noises, or to permit such premises to be used for the purposes of prostitution, assignation
or other immoral or illegal purposes or otherwise to become a nuisance.
                (f)     The violation of any applicable law in the conduct of the business
by any person engaged therein.
                (g)     Violations of applicable laws by any person within the business
premises of the licensee, or under the control thereof.
        (2)     Upon receipt by the City Manager of evidence of any of the circumstances
of revocation or suspension described within subsection (a) above with regard to any
application for Occupational License or anybody mentioned therein, the City Manager or
his or her designee shall attempt informally to contact the applicant at either the address
set forth within the application or the telephone number set forth therein, and, if the
contact attempt is successful: (1) disclose said circumstances to the applicant, (2) indicate
to the applicant that if the circumstances are shown to the City Manager to be accurate,
then the Occupational License may be revoked or suspended by the City Manager, (3)
request that the applicant confirm or deny the truth of the circumstances, and (4) obtain
any explanation or evidence from the applicant with regard to the presence or absence of
the circumstances. One of the attempts to contact the applicant shall consist of a letter of
notification sent to the applicant at the address set forth within the application by certified
mail, return receipt requested. The City Manager may decide whether or not to revoke or
suspend a Occupational License after his or her attempts to contact the application are
deemed unsuccessful (including the applicant’s failure to accept or sign for the certified
mail letter of notification), or if no response is received within ten calendar days of the
applicant signs for the letter of notification.
        (3)     After considering the evidence of the existence of the circumstances
described at subsection (1) above and any matters provided by the applicant pursuant to
subsection (2) above, the City Manager may revoke or suspend an Occupational License
if there is probable cause that any one or more of the circumstances described within
subsection (1) exists.
        (4)     The remedy of revocation or suspension of an Occupational License under
this section shall be in addition to the imposition of any other remedy or penalty
prescribed under this chapter or other applicable law.
(H)    Appeals


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       (1)     Any conditional approval or disapproval of an application for an
Occupational License required by this chapter, or any suspension or revocation of any
such license may be appealed to the City Commission of the City, by filing with the City
Clerk, within thirty (30) days after the issuance of the conditional approval, disapproval,
revocation or suspension:
               (a)      A written notice of the appeal; and
               (b)      A copy of the conditional approval, disapproval, revocation or
suspension that is the subject of the appeal; and
               (c)      A statement why there should be an approval without conditions,
or no disapproval, revocation or suspension; and
               (d)      An appeal fee in the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00), to
provide for the expenses of conducting a hearing with regard thereto.

        (2)    In such an appeal, a de novo, evidentiary, on-the-record hearing with
regard to the suspension or revocation shall be conducted by the City Commission.
Within ninety (90) days after the date the appeal was filed, the City Commission shall
issue a written decision in regard thereto, including findings of fact, conclusions of law
and a decision based upon a record of the evidentiary hearing; and the applicant shall be
notified thereof by certified mail, return receipt requested, at the address thereof indicated
in the application for the license. Unless an appeal from the decision of the City
Commission is filed in the court having jurisdiction thereof within 30 days after the
issuance of the decision of the City Commission, the decision of the City Commission
shall become final.

Section 3.     Provisions Severable

        The provisions of this chapter are severable; and the invalidity of any provision of
this chapter shall not affect the validity of any other provision thereof; and such other
provisions shall remain in full force and effect as long as they remain valid in the absence
of those provisions determined to be invalid.

       The foregoing ordinance shall take effect immediately upon execution and
publication. This ordinance shall be published in summary pursuant to KRS §83A.060(9)
and other applicable law.

       The foregoing ordinance was introduced and read for the first time as the City
Commission’s regular meeting of February 23, 2010. Read for the second time, adopted
and approved at its regular meeting of March 9, 2010.


                                                              ________________________
                                                              MAYOR


ATTEST:
_____________________________
CITY CLERK



Galbraith moved and Horne seconded to give second reading to the following ordinance
concerning delinquent taxes, fees and liens due to the city and the denial of any license,
permit or other approval. On call of vote, Brooks, Fryman, Galbraith, Horne and
Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.




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                                 ORDINANCE NO. 10-5

     AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING DELINQUENT TAXES, FEES AND LIENS
DUE TO THE CITY AND THE DENIAL OF ANY LICENSE, PERMIT OR OTHER
APPROVAL

        WHEREAS, the City is in need of additional enforcement for the non-payment of
taxes, fines and liens owed the City;

       NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF PARIS CITY
       COMMISSION THAT A NEW SECTION BE ADDED TO THE CODE OF
       ORDINANCES AS FOLLOWS:

        Any person, corporation, limited liability company, business development
corporation, partnership, limited partnership, registered limited liability partnership, sole
proprietorship, association, joint stock company, receivership, trust, professional service
organization, or other legal entity through which business is conducted that is delinquent
on property taxes, occupational taxes, net profits taxes, transient room tax, or any other
tax, fee, lien or other obligation owed to the city, including but not limited to nuisance
abatement charges, are ineligible for the issuance or renewal of any license, permit or
other approval issued by the city or its agencies, including the planning commission,
which may issue approvals and permits on behalf of the city through the administration of
the city's zoning and development regulations.

       The foregoing ordinance shall take effect immediately upon execution and
publication.

       The foregoing ordinance was introduced and read for the first time as the City
Commission’s regular meeting of February 23, 2010. Read for the second time, adopted
and approved at its regular meeting of March 9, 2010.



                                                             ________________________
                                                             MAYOR


ATTEST:
_____________________________
CITY CLERK



Fryman moved and Galbraith seconded to give second reading to an ordinance related to
the cutting of weeds, grasses and plants and for the abatement of any nuisance related
thereto. Discussion resulted in John Marshall inquiring on the process involved in
obtaining an agricultural exemption; requesting City engineer and Code enforcement
officials be included with the Chief of Police in Section 50.999; and suggesting that
Section 50.006 and 50.007 be referenced in 50.202 (A); and also that Section 50.008 and
50.009 be referenced in 50.202 (B). Galbraith moved, Brooks seconded and motion
unanimously carried to table the weed ordinance to the March 23 meeting.

In discussion of the SAFER grant, Nagy recommended canceling the SAFER grant,
dealing with the cost of the refund and hiring three full time firefighters immediately.
Horne asked if the grant could be refunded over two fiscal years and Nagy said he would
check into it. Galbraith moved and Fryman seconded to cancel the SAFER grant and hire
three full time fire department staff immediately. On call of vote, Brooks, Fryman,
Galbraith, Horne and Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.




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In further discussion of the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant for a tornado shelter/safe
room, Assistant City Manager Matt Belcher requested a final decision on whether to
proceed with a benefit cost analysis in order to locate the shelter within the city limits or
indicate to the State Hazard Mitigation Office of the city’s intent to withdraw and not
pursue the project. Galbraith moved and Horne seconded to cancel the FEMA Hazard
Mitigation Grant in the amount of $86,580. On call of vote, Brooks, Fryman, Galbraith,
Horne and Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.

Power Plant Superintendent Kevin Crump reported the power plant was back up and
running with the repair to engine #6 being more costly than expected. He stated he
would be negotiating a lower cost on the parts purchased from Fairbanks Morse.

Wastewater Superintendent Patrick Harney reported on progress at the North Middletown
wastewater plant under the agreed order. He stated work at the package plant had been
good experience for his crew and he hoped to get the North Middletown plant in
compliance soon. Beauman reported reimbursement for the first two months of billing
was forthcoming from the state.

Several points were discussed in considering the cable TV franchise which included
shortening the franchise term to five years, extending the service area and conducting a
public hearing. Belcher advised state law required a bidding process. Nagy stated he
would meet with department heads and create bullet points that would outline what the
city wants from Time Warner Cable.

New Business

Brooks moved and Horne seconded to start recruitment for the Deputy Clerk/Accountant
position. In discussing the position, Thornton stated his interpretation of the auditor’s
presentation was to hire a chief financial officer. Following further discussion involving
title, qualifications and job description, consensus was to reconsider the finance
department hiring at the next meeting.       On call of vote, Brooks, Fryman, Galbraith,
Horne and Thornton voted no. Motion failed.

Nagy reported Waste Services of the Bluegrass was willing to do a twelve month
extension with no change in cost and consideration of the extension would be presented
at the next meeting.

Fyrman moved and Horne seconded to adopt the following municipal order concerning
city policy on employee use of email, voice mail and internet. On call of vote, Brooks,
Fryman, Galbraith, Horne and Thornton voted yes. Motion carried.


                                     CITY OF PARIS
                                    ORDER NO. 2010-1

  A MUNICIPAL ORDER CONCERNING CITY POLICY ON EMPLOYEE USE OF
                 EMAIL, VOICE MAIL AND INTERNET

       WHEREAS, the City is in periodic review of policies for its employees

        NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Commission of the City of
Paris, Kentucky that the attached policy concerning the use of email, voice and the
internet by City employees shall be adopted.

       Upon passage of this Order, a copy shall be distributed to all city employees.

       This Order shall become effective upon its passage and publication.

       Dated this 9th day of March, 2010.




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                                                   APPROVED:
                                                   _______________________
                                                   Mike Thornton, Mayor

                                                   ATTESTED BY:
                                                   _________________________
                                                   Cheryl Dryden, Clerk/Treasurer



Financial Business

Galbraith moved, Brooks seconded and motion unanimously carried to accept the
Combined Utilities Financial statements for the month of January as presented and
authorize payment of the following bills:



BILLS FOR APPROVAL                   3/9/10      GENERAL FUND

Air Solutions                  $    712.50       HVAC repair - Sta 2
Dan Cummins                    $    250.00       Two used vehicles month of January
Ferrell & Allison              $    130.00       Drug screen - Street
Northern Safety                $     83.17       Bib overall - Fire
Sturgill Turner Barker &
Moloney                        $ 5,378.90        Service rendered through 1/31/10
KY Uniforms                    $   710.40        Shirts, pants - Fire
Dan Cummins                    $    55.35        Oil, filter - Fire
WMTH Corporation               $   500.00        Annual 400 mile sale
Humana                         $ 57,150.33       Health insurance
Tony Asbury                    $   114.22        Training expense
Adgraphics                     $   347.50        Case mgmt envelopes, forms - Police
AT&T                           $ 3,401.12        ESSX
AT&T                           $    89.31        Service - Police
Bluegrass Fire Equipment       $   360.00        Bump gas, detector tubes
Bluegrass Kesco                $   200.00        Water treatrment products - PMC
Bourbon County Tourism         $   669.51        Transient room tax
Central KY Mechanical Sv.      $   319.50        Repair air brakes #118 - Street
Chapman Printing               $    98.41        Office supplies
Chapman Printing               $ 1,400.00        10 Captain chairs
Dotson Brothers                $   197.04        Repairs to #111 - Street
Ferrell & Allison              $    60.00        Drug screen - Fire
Fleetone                       $ 8,063.73        Fuel
Global Time Systems            $    16.95        Ribbon for date stamp
Kanawha Insurance              $ 1,020.50        Life insurance - February
Local Gov't Corporation        $   188.64        W2 forms
Riley's Tire                   $   887.36        Tires, repairs - Fire, Electric, WWTP
Rob Lyons                      $    25.42        Reimburse for purchase of monocular
Mechanic Masters LLC           $   406.00        Repair dump truck #115 - Street
Morton Salt                    $ 10,946.85       Bulk salt - 73 tons
Officemax                      $   190.30        Office supplies - Police
Sprint                         $   940.47        Cellular phone service
Symbol Arts                    $   177.00        Wallet, shirt badges - Police
Threadworks                    $   163.96        Polo shirts - Fire
VISA                           $   420.00        2010 membership renewal - KWWOA
Vogelpohl Fire Equipment       $   115.90        Holmatro air hose
Walmart                        $   730.54        Ink cartridges, hard drive, cleaning supplies
Intl Code Council Inc          $   102.00        2009 soft cover - IPMC
Bourbon County Citizen         $   817.00        Ads
Combined Utilities             $ 6,859.73        Service
Dan Cummins                    $   250.00        Two used vehicles month of February
J P Cooke Company              $    51.20        Signature stamp, replacements pads - Police

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Cintas                              $   463.05        Uniform service
Dotson Brothers                     $    68.00        Mount & balance tires - Police
Eads Hardware                       $   244.60        Paint, bolts, concrete mix - PMC, Fire
Martin's Sanitation                 $   425.00        Portable toilet rental
James Primm                         $    41.98        School expense - Police
Kentucky Motors                     $   525.16        Parts - Police, Street
Walter Curtis Co, LLC               $    38.00        Pocket badge - Chief
Mastin's Auto                       $   576.53        Repairs - Police, Sanitation
Ray, Foley, Hensley & Co.           $ 21,750.00       Audit of financial statements FYE 6/30/09
Southen States Lex Coop.            $    84.65        LP gas cylinder (Sant.), bib overall (Lyons)
South Main BP                       $   160.97        Fuel
Symbol Arts                         $    38.00        State seal badge - Police
The Allen Company                   $   295.92        Cold patch - Streets
CMRS-FP                             $ 2,500.00        Postage
L. T. Handy                         $    33.66        School expense - Street
Sprint                              $ 1,351.88        Connection cards - Police
Sprint                              $   161.70        Connection cards - Fire
Michael Smith                       $    52.93        Reimburse for test, meal & mileage - VMAK




Bills for Approval                 March 9, 2010      Combined Utilities

Kentucky Retirement System            $ 20,355.96        January Employer Contribution
Columbia Gas                          $   689.97         Utility Account-Compactor
Jones Chemical                        $   798.60         Chemicals-WTP
Kentucky Utilities                    $ 7,375.90         Utility Accounts
U S Dept of Energy                    $ 6,815.95         Power Purchase
4-Way Electric                        $ 4,512.60         Rebuilt Transformers
All Phase Electric                    $   328.64         200 amp Panel for City Garage
A T & T Mobility                      $     30.12        Cell Phone Line
C I Thornburg                         $     96.33        3" Clamp and Fittings
Fluid Power Products                  $   136.59         Hydraulic Hoses
Brenntag Mid-South                    $ 3,714.84         Treatment Chemicals
Brownstown Electric                   $   140.80         Single Phase Meters
Cabela's                              $   205.94         Water Proof Waders
Central Ky Hauling & Landfill         $ 23,427.58        Monthly Bill For Trash & Sludge
Cintas                                $ 1,736.65         Uniform Service
City of Paris Combined Utilities      $ 6,289.01         Utility Accounts
Custom Metalworks                     $     40.00        Fabricates Plates for Digger Derrick
Eads Hardware                         $   516.92         Misc Screws, Pipe, Small Tools, UPS Shipping
Electrical Sales & Engineering        $   362.50         Electrical Supplies
Florence Winwater Works               $   437.77         Repair Clamps
Fouser Environmental Svcs             $ 3,377.00         Lab Testing-WTP & WWTP
Grainger                              $ 1,422.91         Chain Hoist, Electric Heater
Hach                                  $   498.35         Lab Supplies
KarSare Systems                       $     81.85        Water Softner Repair-Power Plant
Kentucky Motors                       $   436.76         Misc Truck Parts, Oil & Filters, Shop Towels
Laboratory Products                   $   788.54         Lab Supplies
LabtronX                              $   875.00         Test Lab Equipment Accuracy Assurance
M B Lovell Plumbing                   $     10.58        PVC Glue
McNeilus Truck & Mfg                  $     76.76        Herbie Tipper Rod Ends
Microbiologics                        $   155.95         Water Bugs for Water Testing
Nextel Communications                 $   163.96         Internet Cards
RCS Communications                    $   350.00         Radio Repair in Dispatch for Water Dept Remote
Recorder Charts & Pens                $   167.64         Round Charts For Recorders @ WTP
Remel                                 $   337.77         Lab Supplies
Rust Oil                              $ 4,048.00         Lube Oil-Power Plant
Scott Gross                           $   118.00         1yr Lease Welding Tanks-Power Plant
Simplex Grinnell                      $   160.00         Fire Extinguisher Annual Inspection & Service
Southern States                       $     28.40        Propane Cylinder for Tow Motor @ Recycling Ctr
Stuart Irby Co                        $ 5,650.00         AMR Electric Meters
The Rock Group                        $   570.85         Gravel for Street Cuts
Uniivar                               $ 2,890.00         Treatment Chemicals
Val-Matic Valve Mfg                   $   291.27         Air Release Valve Repair Kit
Wesco                                 $   100.80         Water-Tite Splicers

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 Wibby Environmental              $   443.25         Lab Supplies
 Williams Towing                  $   125.00         Box Truck-Towed in for Repair
 City of Paris-Gen Fund           $ 66,407.18        Gen Fund Alloc for Utility Percentage Contribution
 Central KY Mech Svcs             $ 3,587.97         Sanitation- Shocks, Fuel Filters, ECM Module
 City of Paris-Payroll            $ 67,602.69        Payroll Dated 3/05/2010
 Stoner Creek Country Club        $ 51,212.64        1/2 Reimbursement per Agreement
 Kentucky Utilities               $268,514.54        Power Purchase
 Gemplers                         $     83.45        Water Proof Shoulder Length Gloves
 Customer Deposits                $ 3,612.82         Applied and Refunded
 Bulk Plants Inc                  $ 15,487.12        Fuel for Power Plant
 CNH Capital                      $ 1,290.29         Backhoe Lease
 City of Paris-Payroll            $ 68,564.71        Payroll Dated 2/19/2010
 Glenstone Lodge                  $   191.68         Lodging-Sledd-Software Conference
 Kentucky State Treasurer         $ 1,500.00         Lab Recertification-WTP
 Local Government Corp            $   179.00         Conference Registration-Sledd
 KCCMA Registration               $   165.00         Conference Registration-Belcher
 Adgraphics                       $   857.12         Utility Receipts, Connect Orders, Work Orders
 Atlas Electric Motor Service     $ 4,811.10         Repair Pump Leads-Elizabeth St
 Brenntag Mid-South               $ 2,145.00         Treatment Chemicals
 C I Thornburg                    $ 13,652.35        Salt Pellets, Treatment Chemicals
 Central KY Mech Svcs             $ 1,681.27         Sanitation-Brakes & Brake Lines
 Columbia Gas                     $   990.09         Utility Account-WWTP
 Custom Metalworks                $   146.50         Bearing Puller & Welding Repair-Power Plant
 Electrical Sales & Engineering   $   627.60         Street Lights
 Fairbanks Scales                 $   885.00         Semi-Annual Inspection & Calibration
 Grainger                         $   287.90         Calipers, Ratchet
 Hach                             $     34.33        Lab Supplies
 Hastings Fiber Glass Products    $   130.58         Parts for Pruners & Wire Brushes
 Kentucky Service Co              $ 2,709.89         Pump Repair-Rio Vista
 Kona Products                    $   127.94         Cleaning Supplies-WWTP
 McNeilus Truck & Mfg             $     94.04        Breakaway Rods for Herbie Tippers
 Neptune Equipment                $ 2,162.70         Radio Read Water Meters
 Preiser Scientific               $   273.90         Lab Equipment-Replacement-WWTP
 Premier Products                 $ 3,821.25         Degreaser, Deodorizers, Sanitizers-WWTP
 Pro Chem Inc                     $   271.09         Electrosolve & Parts Cleaner-Power Plant
 Quill                            $   407.86         Office Supplies-WWTP
 Ray King                         $   300.00         Safety Training-Electric Dept
 R W Beck                         $   724.29         SEPA Credit Negotiations
 Simplex Grinnell                 $   310.85         Fire Extinguisher Annual Inspection & Service
 Steve Sexton                     $   141.90         Reimburse Mileage
 USA Bluebook                     $   452.89         Couplings, Shovel, Utility Vice
 Val-Matic Valve Mfg              $   164.47         Repair Kit for Air Release Valve
 City of Paris-Advances           $ 26,809.53        Advances Due to Gen Fund 01/10



Other Business

None

Reports of Staff

Nagy stated an ongoing study of sanitation and other utilities was being conducted in
preparation of the 2010-2011 budget and a workshop was planned for March 24 or 25
with budget workshops to begin in early April; interviews with prospective blight board
members has been scheduled for March 18 and March 22; health insurance options to be
examined as soon as 1st quarter numbers are accessible; and would be looking at a
procedure to tighten up grease traps used by local restaurants.

Belcher reported putting mowing bid tabulations together for next meeting; playground
equipment had been ordered; and Ben Chandler had notified the city of a Congressional
appropriation in the amount of $500,000 to improve Stoner Creek bank stabilization and
rehabilitation of the storage tank on the bypass in the amount of 500,000 with the caveat
being a match of $450,000. He stated other grants could be considered to offset the
match. Kevin Crump reported the creek bank was slowly eroding around the water and
power plants and the storage tank on the bypass has the original paint from 1985.

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Police Chief Kevin Sutton stated his department was working extra patrol at 7th and
Williams and that he would be initiating a duty report system that would keep officials
informed on daily police activity.

Fire Chief Andy Roe reported working on specifications to repair roofs at both stations;
ongoing work at Safety City; and fire and safety inspections were being conducted at
local businesses.

Brooks moved, Horne seconded and motion unanimously carried to surplus the following
vehicles and items and authorize sale:

          2001 Chevrolet S10 Pickup Vin # 1GCCS19W618225286
          1988 Chevrolet Pickup Vin #1GCHV33JJ9J138464
          1990 Dodge Ram Van Vin #2B5WB35Y0LK784552
          2001 Chevrolet Impala Vin #2G1WF55K119263582
          1994 Ford F-150 Vin #1FTDF15Y7RLA90134
          1996 Chevrolet Lumina Vin #2G1WL52M6T1158293
          1983 Chevrolet Van Vin #1GCG35M0D717726
          Statesman Garden Tractor Model 4180-44
          PH Cable Hoist – HRA60880 220/440 volt 3 ph capacity 1000 lbs
          1985 Ford F-350 with Tommy Lift Vin #2FDJF37L9FCB1308828
          2 – 11 HP Briggs & Stratton Water Pumps/250 GPM
          2 – 8 HP Briggs & Stratton Generator
          Natural Gas Generator
          2 – 18 IN Gas Powered Smoke Ejectors
          15 HP Johnson Outboard Motor
          4 Hay Hooks
          Air Chisel Set with case
          Weaver 10 Ton Jack
          Echo Vent Saw


Beauman cited the need to have an agreement in place that would require anyone or
group requesting use of any of the parks to show proof of liability insurance.


Executive Session

Galbraith moved, Horne seconded and motion unanimously carried to enter an executive
session at 11:45 AM to discuss personnel matter pursuant to KRS 61.810(1)(f) and
potential real property acquisition for which publicity at present stage might or would be
likely to affect the value, per KRS 61.810(1)(b).

Motion was made, seconded and carried to resume regular session.

Adjournment

Galbraith moved, Horne seconded and motion unanimously carried to adjourn at
12:25 PM.


                                                     ___________________________
                                                     Mayor
Attest:

___________________
City Clerk




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