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					                         MUNSON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES SPECIAL



                              Tuesday, April 1,                                            08

The special meeting was called to order at 5:32pm by Chairman Andy Bushman with Trustees
Frank Gliha and Todd Ray and Fiscal Officer Patricia Bayer present. The Pledge of Allegiance
was recited. Warrants 6685-6687 dated 4/4/08 totaling $724.95 and EFT Vouchers 631-640 for
the bi-weekly payroll dated 4/4/08 totaling $10,038.70 were signed. Correspondence was
available for review.
FIRE CONTRACT WORKSHOP
The trustees met in workshop with Fire Chief Bernie Harchar, Deputy Chief Mike Santilli, fire
trustee Jim Metzger and other representatives from the fire department to discuss the fire
department contract. Chief Harchar discussed the financial needs of the department and the
shortfall of EMS collections. The trustees agreed that the current negotiated amount of $150 per
run for Heather Hill non-emergency transports was not sufficient. The discussion closed at
7:30pm. Another workshop will be scheduled. The fire department agreed to continue service at
the current contract amount until a new contract is signed. A contract addendum will be prepared
for the April 8 meeting.
WORKSHOP FOR ARCHITECT INTERVIEWS
The trustees interviewed Bob Fiala of tda Architecture from 6:30pm to 7:11pm.
MEETING RECONVENED
The special meeting reconvened at 7:11pm for other regular business.
CONCESSION
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to allow Laura Cross to maintain and operate a
concession for the 2008 baseball season, and to request her to provide proof of insurance, a
signed waiver of liability, and an end of year financial recap, with a unanimous vote. Motion
carried.
MEETING TIME CHANGED
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to begin the April 8, 2008 meeting at 7:30pm, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried.
WORKSHOP FOR ARCHITECT INTERVIEWS RECONVENED
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to go back into a workshop at 7:14pm for architect
interviews, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. The trustees interviewed Hank Penttila of
Penttila Architects, Inc. Mr. Penttilla will return to another interview with tentative sketches for
a building.
MEETING ADJOURNED
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Bushman seconded to adjourn the meeting at 8:15pm, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried.
___________________________Chairman __________________________Fiscal Officer
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                              Tuesday, April 8,                                          08

The meeting was called to order at 7:30pm by Chairman Andy Bushman with Trustees Frank
Gliha and Todd Ray and Fiscal Officer Patricia Bayer present. The Pledge of Allegiance was
recited. Warrants 6688-6721 dated 4/8/08 totaling $24,429.01 were signed. Middlefield Bank
Warrant 1035 dated 4/9/08 in the amount of $964.93 and Fifth Third Warrant 1248 dated 4/9/08
in the amount of $2,000.00 were signed to transfer EMS collections from the lockboxes to
Middlefield Bank. Correspondence and the Fiscal Officer’s monthly report for March 2008 were
available for review.
MINUTES
Mr.Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the February 26, 2008 minutes, as written,
with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
EMMONS PAVILION
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the rental agreement for the Emmons
Pavilion for a boy scout meeting (Depner) on April 25, 2008 from 6:30-9pm, and to waive the
fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
COMMUNITY ROOM RENTAL
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve a Quilters Development Sewing Day
(Webster) on June 21, 2008 from 8am-5pm, approx. 25, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve Sewing Group meetings (Fabian) on June
19, July 17, and August 21, 2008 from 10am-4pm, approx. 7-15, and to waive the fees, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve Quilt and Caboodle meetings (Havel) on
June 5, July 3, and August 7, 2008 from 10am-4pm, approx.15, and to waive the fees, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve a Geauga Christ Child Society Sew-in (Run)
on May 24, 2008 from 9am-4pm, approx. 12-15, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous vote.
Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve Geauga Christ Child Society Sew-ins (Run)
on July 5, August 9, and September 6, 2008 from 9am-4pm, approx. 12-15, and to waive the
fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION 2008-09/FUND CERTIFICATION AND PLACEMENT
Resolution 2008-09 was made by Mr. Ray and seconded by Mr. Gliha to request the budget
commission to certify additional estate tax received and to place it in the General Fund in the
Permanent Appropriation, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. [The resolution in its entirety
is included on a separate page as part of the minutes.]
PARK REPORT
Park Board Chairman Tim Kearns submitted a quote from Auburn Fence of $13,983 to remove
and replace the Vetter ball field fence at the township hall park and to replace the 4 foot
overhang on the backstop. The rear fence on the west side is newer and the poles in that section
will not need to be replaced. The installation will take approximately one week. Mr. Kearns had
a quote from a second company of $22,000. Mr. Teichman requested an option for the road
department to keep and recycle the scrap metal.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the quote from Auburn Fence for the
baseball fence at Vetter Field with the option, and to accept the tear down and removal, for a
price not to exceed $14,000.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
The park board is requesting that the tennis and basketball courts be repaired and resurfaced. The
lowest quote was $10,560. Though more costly, Mr. Kearns recommended the services of
Industrial Surface Sealers to dig out and replace the bad spots and place a rubberized silicone
membrane over the surface that will bridge the cracks. The quote includes repainting and striping
the courts. The road department will install a French drain around the courts when the ground
dries out.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the resurfacing of the tennis and basketball
courts with Industrial Surface Sealers, not to exceed $12,290.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion
carried.
The Western Reserve Land Conservancy advised the township to remove the buckthorn and
other invasive plants at the Nero Preserve. Mr. Kearns submitted a quote of $1,395 from
McCaskey Landscaping for one-time removal of the invasive plants with a rubber tract
ambusher.
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                              Tuesday, April 8,                                           08

PARK REPORT (continued)
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the rubber tract ambusher at Nero Park by
McCaskey Landscaping, for a maximum of 3.5 acres, not to exceed $1,400.00, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Kearns gave the board some preliminary information and costs to construct trails on 7.25
acres of Scenic River. A catch basin will be needed at the start. The estimated cost to seed and
mulch approximately 670 feet of trail (Phase I) is $12,625. Three more tiers will be needed to
complete the trails. Fabric can be put down to deter the growth of weeds, at an approximate cost
of $700.
He submitted estimates from RA Cruise for baseball clay and from McCaskey Landscaping to
spread the clay and aerate and regrade five ball fields. Chardon High School will prepare the
major league sized field for play. The Munson Baseball League normally shares the cost for the
field preparation, but is asking the township to pick up the cost this year, as they would like to
purchase a drying agent to mix with the baseball clay. The agent will last for two to three years at
an approximate cost of $6,500.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to purchase infield clay from RA Cruise not to exceed
$1,000, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded that the infield clay be distributed by McCaskey
Landscaping, at a cost not to exceed $6,600.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Kearns submitted a quote of $4,275.00 from T & K Painting for labor and materials to paint
one coat at all of the township pavilions, inside and out.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the staining of all of the township pavilions
by T & K Painting not to exceed $4,300.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
Fire Chief Bernie Harchar advised the board that the concrete will be poured in the new fire
department garage.
ROAD DEPARTMENT
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to authorize supplies for rubbish day not to exceed
$150.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Maintenance Building #2 Addition
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve a Work Change Order with The Western
Reserve Pole Buildings Company for the installation of gutters and down spouts, resulting in an
increase in the contract amount of $131.60 and a revised contract amount of $15,796.67, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried. The Board signed the change order.
Road Superintendent Jim Teichman submitted a quote for garage doors and for garage door
openers for the new addition. As the older doors wear out on the building, they will be replaced
with matching doors and the old door panels saved for repairs.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to purchase new garage doors and openers for
Maintenance Building #2 from the Door Works and Construction Company not to exceed
$3,300.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Teichman advised that Paine & Paine Builders would like to donate two benches for the
volley courts.
Pete McDonald from the Western Reserve Land Conservancy marked the boundaries of the
undeveloped land abutting the Fowlers Mill Cemetery. Some of the land can be developed for
cemetery purposes and the rest must be left in conservancy according to the purchase agreement.
Summer Work Schedule
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to allow the road department employees to work four
ten-hour days after Memorial Day up to Labor Day, with the exception of the week of
Community Day and any township emergencies, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Award Contracts
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to award a contract to Kokosing Materials, Inc. for
virgin asphalt concrete, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to award a contract to The Arms Trucking Company for
road materials, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to award a contract to Osborne Concrete and Stone for
road materials, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to award a contract to Morton Salt for road salt, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried.
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Contracts (continued)
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to award a contract to James Szuszkiewicz for catch
basins and headwalls, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
The board signed the contracts.
RESOLUTION 2008-10/CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY FOR ROAD RESURFACING
Resolution 2008-10 was made by Mr. Gliha and seconded by Mr. Ray to direct the county
engineer to prepare engineering plans and specifications as required for the asphalt resurfacing of
the entire lengths of Basswood Road, Lakeview Road, Orchard Road, Parkway Road, Stonegate
Drive, and Elk Run, Parkside Road from Parkway to Orchard, and Rockhaven Road from
Mayfield Road to Sherman Road, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION 2008-11/CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY FOR MICRO-SURFACING
Resolution 2008-11 was made by Mr. Ray and seconded by Mr. Gliha to direct the county
engineer to prepare engineering plans and specifications as required for the micro-surfacing of
the entire lengths of Boulder Glen Drive, Beechnut Lane, Linden Way, Gate Post Lane and
Boxwood Circle, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
CIC ANNUAL MEETING
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to cover the cost for any of the township elected
officials and office employees who wished to attend the Community Improvement Corporation
annual meeting at St. Denis Party Center on April 24 at $40 per dinner, with a unanimous vote.
Motion carried.
OUTSIDE MEETINGS
Mr. Bushman attended a Geauga Safety Council meeting on April 4.
ENCUMBRANCE SHEET APPROVAL
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to accept the encumbrance sheet for April 8, 2008, as
written:
  Patricia A. Bayer                   Refund Hospitalization Premiums                2,740.96
                                      and Medicare Withholding
  Countryside Truck Service           Repairs - Fire Trucks                          2,369.65
  Countryside Truck Service           Repairs - Ambulances                           3,330.52
  COSE/Medical Mutual                 Medical/Hospitalization-Admin.               24,471.33
  COSE/Medical Mutual                 Medical/Hospitalization-Rd. Dept.            68,174.09
  Auburn Fence                        Fence and Backstop                           14,000.00
  Industrial Surface Sealer           Tennis Courts & Basketball Courts            12,270.00
  McCaskey Landscaping                Brush Work – Nero Preserve                     1,400.00
  RA Cruise                           Infield Clay                                   1,000.00
  McCaskey Landscaping                Ball Field Preparation                         6,600.00
  T&K Painting                        Paint Pavilions                                4,300.00
  Western Reserve Pole Bldgs. Co. Gutters for Road Dept. Addition                      131.60
  DoorWorks                           Garage Doors & Opener for Addition             3,300.00
with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. The Board signed the encumbrance sheet.
MEETING ADJOURNED
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to adjourn the meeting at 9:15pm, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
___________________________Chairman __________________________Fiscal Officer
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                              Tuesday, April 22,                                         08

The meeting was called to order at 6:30pm by Chairman Andy Bushman with Trustees Frank
Gliha and Todd Ray and Fiscal Officer Patricia Bayer present. The Pledge of Allegiance was
recited. EFT Vouchers 641-650 for the 4/18/08 bi-weekly payroll totaling $10,101.37 and 651-
655 for the 4/30/08 monthly payroll totaling $7,760.20 were signed. Warrants 6722-6747 dated
4/18, 4/22, and 4/30/08 totaling $119,380.23 were signed. Middlefield Bank Warrant 1036 dated
4/23/08 in the amount of $7,020.97 and Fifth Third Warrant 1249 dated 4/23/08 in the amount of
$1,700.00 were signed to transfer EMS collections from the lockboxes to Middlefield Bank.
Correspondence was available for review. The board signed contracts for the park projects
approved at the April 8 meeting.
PAVILION RENTAL
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for both pavilions for a
“People to People” family and friends picnic (Carlozzi) on Saturday, July 12, 2008 from 11am-
6pm, to require a $25 security deposit, and to waive the rental fees, with a unanimous vote.
Motion carried.
COMMUNITY ROOM RENTAL
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve 2009 American Red Cross Blood Drives
(Burdyshaw) on January 8, March 12, 27, May 14, 29, July 9, September 4, 10, November 12,
27, 2009 from 1-7pm, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve Boy Scout Troop 91 meetings (Blankenship)
on June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18, 25, September 8, 15, 22, 29, 2008
from 7:30-9pm, approx. 40, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
CEMETERY DEEDS
The Board signed cemetery deeds to Carol Vought for Maple Hill III Cemetery, Lot 332, Graves
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and Maple Hill III Cemetery, Lot 333, Graves 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.
DEPUTY PATROL CONTRACT
Sheriff Deputy Chris Weber submitted his report on traffic stops, crashes and other calls for
March 2008.
FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT
Fire Chief Bernie Harchar advised that EMS revenues have been down because of the process of
changing over to the new billing company. The township should see an increase in revenues
soon.
PARK REPORT
Park Board Chairman Tim Kearns informed the Board that Auburn Fence will be dismantling
and removing the Vetter Ball Field fence as part of the contract. He discussed the proposed trails
for Scenic River. The lowest quote is from Clemson Excavating for $6,800.00. Fabric will be
put down on the trails and covered with gravel. The gravel portion will be 680 feet long and five
feet wide. The trail will then continue along the mowed outline of the fields.
The quote from G.A.R. Paving to complete the top coat for the asphalt entrance to the Scenic
River Retreat is $1,000. The entrance will be raised four inches to meet ODOT specifications.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the completion of the Scenic River Retreat
driveway by G.A.R. Paving not to exceed $1,000.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Kearns showed the board photographs and submitted a quote from Munson Valley
Landscaping to clean up and seed the lawn area in the vicinity of the parking lot at Nero Park.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the finish topsoil grading and completion of
the lawn area in the Nero Nature Preserve by Munson Valley Landscaping not to exceed
$2,110.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
ROAD REPORT
Road Superintendent Jim Teichman submitted a quote to purchase a 2009 International dump
truck through the Ohio Cooperative Purchasing Program to replace Truck #107. This is the same
model truck that the township purchased in 2002. He discussed costs for the lighting package,
dump body and hydraulics and the benefits of purchasing the same vehicles for the fleet for
interchange of parts. He asked the board to replace the 20-year-old Layton paver with a 2001
Leeboy paver from Geauga Asphalt for $14,000.
New Truck - Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the purchase of a 2009
International Truck, Model 7400 SFA 4x2 (SA525) from International Truck and Engine
Corporation for $67,000.00 through the Ohio Cooperative Purchasing Program, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Paver - Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to purchase a Leeboy asphalt paver box from
Geauga Asphalt not to exceed $14,000.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
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                             Tuesday, April 22,                                         08

ROAD REPORT (continued)
The road department acquired a new dishwasher during senior rubbish assistance, which they
plan to install in the lunchroom area of the maintenance building. He advised that he will have
two inmates on Friday and Saturday to assist with rubbish day. He asked for an encumbrance of
$372.60 to Ken’s Seamless Gutters to replace the gutters on the old section of maintenance
building no. 2. He also requested fertilizer, seed and straw for the parks.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve Ken’s Seamless Gutters for gutters on the
road department building not to exceed $373.00 with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve fertilizer, seed and straw from Western
Reserve Farm Co-op not to exceed $2,500.00, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Teichman advised Chandler Tree Service is out of business and asked the board to encumber
$6,000 to Veneer Logging for tree and limb removal throughout the township. Veneer submitted
a certificate of insurance and a copy of their worker’s compensation.
RESOLUTION 2008-12/ROAD RESURFACING
Resolution 2008-12 was made by Mr. Gliha and seconded by Mr. Ray to accept the county
engineer’s engineering plans and specifications for the asphalt resurfacing of the entire lengths
of Basswood Road, Lakeview Road, Orchard Road, Parkway Road, Stonegate Drive, and Elk
Run, Parkside Road from Parkway to Orchard, and Rockhaven Road from Mayfield Road to
Sherman Road, for bid opening May 27, 2008, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION 2008-13/MICRO-SURFACING
Resolution 2008-13 was made by Mr. Ray and seconded by Mr. Gliha to accept the county
engineer’s engineering plans and specifications for the micro-surfacing of the entire lengths of
Boulder Glen Drive, Beechnut Lane, Linden Way, Gate Post Lane and Boxwood Circle, for bid
opening May 27, 2008, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
CEMETERY REPORT
Sexton Paula Friebertshauser advised that there are 128 graves available at Fowlers Mill
Cemetery and 137 graves available at Maple Hill, 30 of which are for cremains only. She is
reviewing software systems for cemetery record keeping at costs between $7,400 and $8,800; the
biggest advantage to a software system being the mapping capability. The county information
systems office reviewed the packages as a courtesy to the township and recommended Pontem
Software. In her preliminary research regarding stone restoration and repair, she located the
services of an expert from Connecticut who would do a two-day training at the township
cemeteries. Costs would include his travel arrangements. The board inquired how many
gravesites will be available in the new section of Fowlers Mill. Mr. Teichman said that some of
the land must be held in conservancy as part of the purchase agreement, but approximately 300-
350 gravesites will be available in the land that can be developed.
GEAUGA COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND CULTURE
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to encumber $100.00 to renew the township’s
membership in the Geauga Council for Arts and Culture, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
PARK RESTROOM CLEANING CONTRACT
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to enter into a contract with Custodial Cleaning and
Supply Company for weekly cleaning of the Munson Township Park restrooms at $19.00 a week
from April 22, 2008 through November 1, 2008, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
RESOLUTION 2008-14/G-TV CONTRACT
Resolution 2008-14 was made by Mr. Gliha moved and seconded by Mr. Ray to approve the
Geauga Local Access Cable Corporation contract for 2008, to be paid with the 3 percent
franchise fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. The board signed the contract.
AUDIT COMMITTEE MEETING
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to hold an audit committee meeting on May 13, 2008 at
5:45pm, before the regular trustees meeting, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
WORKSHOPS
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to hold a workshop with the fire department on
Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 6:30pm, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. The board will meet
with a representative from Gortz and Associates for a quote to update the personnel policy
manual.
PROSECUTOR’S ZONING SEMINAR
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded that the Munson Trustees will attend the
Comprehensive Zoning Seminar offered by the prosecutor’s office on Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at
5pm at 470 Center Street, Building 8, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
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MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to hold the Munson Township Memorial Day services
on Monday, May 26, 2008 at 8:30am at Maple Hill Cemetery, with a unanimous vote. Motion
carried. The board discussed the agenda.
OUTSIDE MEETINGS
All four officials attended the Geauga Township Association meeting on April 9.
ENCUMBRANCE SHEET APPROVAL
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to accept the encumbrance sheet for April 22, 2008:
  GAR Paving                             Entrance of Scenic River Retreat            1,000.00
  Munson Valley Landscaping              Nero Park                                   2,110.00
  Geauga Asphalt                         Leeboy Paver                              14,000.00
  Ken’s Seamless Gutters                 Gutters – Building No. 2                      372.60
  Western Reserve Farm Co-op             Fertilizer, Seed, Straw                     2,500.00
  Veneer Tree Service                    Tree Trimming                               6,000.00
  Geauga Council for Arts & Culture Membership Fee                                     100.00
  International Truck                    Plow Truck                                67,000.00
with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. The Board signed the encumbrance sheet.
ARCHITECT INTERVIEWS
The board went into a workshop at 7:45pm to interview architects Hank Penttila of Penttila
Architects, Inc. and Bill Doty and Joe Linek of Doty & Miller. The regular meeting resumed at
9:05pm.
CONTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
The Board interviewed James Dixon from The J. Dixon Company, who offered his construction
management services for the township hall project. His company serves as the owner’s
representative and assists with all phases of planning, estimating and construction, including
review of bidding documents and on-site supervision. His fees can be set up as either flat rate or
per hour.
MEETING ADJOURNED
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to adjourn the meeting at 9:28pm, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
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