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					                 MUNSON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING



                             Tuesday, September 26,                                    06

The meeting was called to order at 6:30pm by Chairman Frank Gliha with Trustees Todd Ray
and Andy Bushman and Fiscal Officer Patricia A. Bayer present. The Pledge of Allegiance was
recited. Correspondence was available for review. Warrants 5336-5361 dated 9/19/06 totaling
$44,452.05 were signed between meetings. Warrants 5362-5386 dated 9/22, 9/26, and 9/27/06
totaling $106,577.49 were signed. Payroll vouchers 146-155 for the biweekly payroll dated
9/22/06 totaling $8,108.78 and 156-160 for the monthly payroll dated 9/29/06 totaling $7,236.05
were signed. Fifth Third Warrant 1215 dated 9/27/06 totaling $28,459.24 was signed to transfer
EMS collections from the Fifth Third lockbox to Middlefield Bank.
MINUTES
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Bushman seconded to approve the minutes of June 27, 2006 as written.
Roll call vote: Mr. Ray, yes; Mr. Bushman, yes; Mr. Gliha, no. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the minutes of July 11, 2006 as written, with
a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the minutes of July 25, 2006 as written, with
a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the minutes of August 8, August 22,
September 11, and September 12, 2006 as written, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
COMMUNITY ROOM
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve use of the community room for a family
gathering (Vielhaber) on November 23, 2006 at 11:00am for approximately 24 people, $75
room, $250 security deposit (liquor served), with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for Cub Scout Pack
91 Den 7 meetings (Baldwin) on September 20, October 11, 25, November 8, 15, and December
6, 20, 2006 from 6:30-8pm, for approx.12 persons, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous vote.
Motion carried.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve use of the community room for a
birthday party (Brickman) on Sunday, October 8, 2006 from 10am-10pm for approximately 60-
70 people, $75 room, $50 kitchen, $250 security deposit (liquor served), with a unanimous vote.
Motion carried.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for Rug Hooking
(Webster) on October 27 and December 22, 2006 from 10am-4pm, approx. 5, and to waive the
fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
CEMETERY DEEDS
The Board issued a cemetery deed to Terence and Louise Profughi for Maple Hill III, Lot 334,
Graves 7 & 8.
RESOLUTION 2006-34/MIDDLEFIELD BANK LOCKBOX ACCOUNT FOR EMS FUNDS
Resolution 2006-34 was made by Mr. Ray and seconded by Mr. Gliha to establish a lockbox
account with Middlefield Bank for EMS collections, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. The
Board signed the resolution and the signature forms. The lockbox will be moved from Fifth Third
Bank to Middlefield Bank when all deposits are sent only to Middlefield Bank.
RESOLUTION 2006-35/FUND TRANSFER
Resolution 2006-35 was made by Mr. Gliha and seconded by Mr. Ray for within fund transfers in
the Permanent Appropriation in the General Fund, Road and Bridge Fund, Cemetery Fund and
Zoning Fund, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. [The resolution in its entirety is included on
a separate page as part of the minutes.]
POLICE CONTRACT REPORT
Deputy Heather Harchar advised she would be replacing Robin Morris and gave the traffic
enforcement report for August 30-September 14. There were 18 traffic stops and 10 citations,
which included one stop sign violation and two arrests for driving under suspension. Patrol
requests for September were for Mulberry, Butternut, Wye, Auburn and Bass Lake Roads. A speed
trailer will be placed on Butternut Road near NDCL. The Board advised that the contract would
allow for more patrol hours than the township was currently receiving.
ODOT MAYFIELD ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT
Naureen Dar and Jim Calanni of the Ohio Department of Transportation were present to discuss an
ODOT project to replace the Chagrin River bridge on Mayfield Road near Alpine Valley
scheduled for summer 2007. The estimated duration for the project is three months, but the time
can be shortened if the contractor works extended hours or weekends. The work will begin in June
to avoid school traffic. The posted local detour will be approximately 6.1 miles from Heath to
Wilson Mills to Auburn with no through truck traffic allowed. Trucks will be detoured onto the
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ODOT BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT (continued)
state routes. A shorter 3-mile detour was considered from Rockhaven to Sherman to Fowlers Mill,
but rejected when they drove the route. The Board was concerned about increased local traffic on
Sherman Road and asked what the average weekday traffic count was for Mayfield Road. Ms. Dar
said there are possibly 13,000 vehicles using Route 322 Monday through Friday. Mr. Gliha asked
if ODOT would be willing to help offset the cost for additional patrol. Mr. Calanni will check into
a temporary speed reduction for the detour route and for a temporary flashing light at the
intersection of Wilson Mills and Auburn Road. Chief Harchar addressed the impact the detour
would have on emergency response time and transports to Hillcrest Hospital. He asked if the site
would support the construction of a temporary one-lane bridge as an alternative to a detour. He
recommended that a fire signal light be installed on Auburn Road at the Fire Station. Mr. Calanni
will review the options discussed and get back to the board.
ROAD REPORT
Road Superintendent Jim Teichman advised that Ron and Marsha Peairs were present to submit
copies of their invoices for replacement of the concrete approach to their driveway as a result of
the Bean Road resurfacing project. The board had authorized up to $500 for the reimbursement.
Mr. Teichman asked to use the $4,827 which the township received for recycled scrap metal to
purchase tools for the road department.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to place the $4,827 collected for scrap metal recycling in
the appropriate line item a bucket to be used for the purchase of tools, with a unanimous vote.
Motion carried.
Mr. Ray inquired when the chains would be removed from the Nero Park and Scenic River
entrances. Mr. Teichman advised they were left up to allow the township to complete the gravel
work around the new pavilions but would be removed now that the construction was complete.
FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT
Fire Chief Bernie Harchar reported on a fatality in Chesterland. He advised the department was
awarded a $7,000 EMS grant. After consulting with the trustees, a Homeland Security NIMS
(National Incident Management System) training session was scheduled for Thursday, October 19
at 6pm at the Munson Township Community room. He notified the trustees that the Perry Nuclear
Power Plant will host a practice disaster drill on October 4, with the FEMA drill to take place on
October 25 at Notre Dame Cathedral Latin. Drills will also run concurrently in Willoughby and
Mentor. The ladder truck will be going back to the factory under extended warranty for repainting,
work on the axels and to resolve a problem with the speedometer. Two fire department members
will travel to Erie PA to look at a used air compressor for the SCBA (self contained breathing
apparatus.) Mr. Ray advised he missed September’s pandemic influenza roundtable meeting and
will try to make the meeting on October 20. He asked Mr. Harchar if meetings could be scheduled
more efficiently for those who do not work in the area.
RESOLUTION 2006-36/FIRE CONTRACT ADDENDUM
Resolution 2006-36 was made by Mr. Gliha and seconded by Mr. Ray to approve an addendum to
Article 14, Compensation for Services, of the Munson Fire Contract for a September contract
payment in the amount of $72,500, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
REVISED ZONING FEES
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the amended zoning fee schedule effective
September 26, 2006, as follows:
   1. New Homes and Buildings – Building of a new home or residence, or a commercial,
       industrial, or medical building shall be a basic fee of $250.00 for the Zoning Certificate
       plus .10 per square foot over 2,000 sq. ft.
   2. Additions – The Zoning Certificate fee for an addition to any principal or accessory
       structure shall be a basic fee of $75.00 plus .10 per square foot over 300 square feet.
       Internal alterations to any building that do not add to the square footage do not require a
       zoning certificate.
   3. Accessory Buildings – Includes garages or other storage structures, gazebos, patios,
       porches and decks shall be a basic fee of $50.00 plus .10 per square foot over 300 square
       feet.
   4. Structures – The Zoning Certificate fee for swimming pools, stockade fences, and CB
       antennas (examples, but not limited to), shall be $50.00 excluding flagpoles, student bus
       stop shelters, mailboxes, and other fences.
   5. Driveways – The Zoning Certificate fee to extend or relocate a driveway and/or turnaround
       to a residence shall be $35.00.
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                              Tuesday, September 26,                                     06

ZONING FEES (continued)
  6. Signs – The Zoning Certificate fee for permanent signs, wall signs, and single or two-sided
      signs shall be $100.00. All temporary signs shall be $50.00. Alteration fee for a sign shall
      be $35.00.
  7. Appeal for Variance – The fee for an appeal to the Board of Zoning Appeals for a Use
      Variance, Area Variance or Conditional Use Variance shall be $300.00.
  8. Continuance – The fee for a continuance granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals is
      $100.00.
  9. Zoning Amendment – The fee for a zoning amendment shall be $1,000.00.
 10. Home Occupation – The Zoning Certificate fee for home occupations that meet zoning
      requirements is $50.00 for the initial application, with a $10.00 renewal fee each year.
 11. Wireless Telecommunication Towers – The fee for Conditional Use for Wireless
      Telecommunications Towers Facilities shall be $5.00 per foot up to 200 feet, and $10.00
      per foot over 200 feet, with a $200.00 application fee and annual renewal fee of $100.00.
      Fees for Public Utilities are exempt.
 12. Renewal of Zoning Certificate – To renew a Zoning Certificate the fee shall be $25.00.
 13. Temporary Offices – Fee for a temporary office shall be $50.00 and valid for one (1) year.
      If requested by the owner, six (6) month extensions can be granted for a $50.00 fee.
 14. Copies of Zoning Resolution - $35.00 Copies of Zoning Map - $10.00
with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
CELLULAR PHONE REIMBURSEMENT POLICY
Mr. Bushman addressed new information regarding cellular phone reimbursement from the IRS
seminar hosted at Munson Township earlier in the year. The IRS has come up with a formula to
compute reimbursement for township use of a personal cellular phone. The township will continue
to reimburse under the old policy until the end of the year, but will maintain a comparison of both
methods of reimbursement.
SHORT TERM DISABILITY
A workshop will be scheduled to discuss the full time employees’ short term disability benefit. The
road superintendent and office manager will ask the township employees for their suggestions.
PURCHASE OF CEMETERY GRAVES
The Board addressed a policy for the number of graves a resident may purchase at resident rates.
Currently the cost for a resident is $200 and for a non-resident, $1,000. The board recommended
that residents may buy gravesites at resident rates for their immediate families, defined as parents,
resident’s spouse, and children. All others will be purchased at non-resident rates.
SCENIC RIVER BOUNDARY SURVEY
The Board reviewed a $5,100 quote from Schwartz Land Surveying, Inc., submitted by park board
member Tim Kearns, for a boundary survey, consolidation plat and legal description to combine
the four Scenic River parcels. The trustees agreed that the parcels should be combined but asked
that Mr. Kearns get additional quotes before they act on his proposal and check into the survey that
was done for the Chagrin River Land Conservancy.
GEAUGA SOIL & WATER ANNUAL DINNER MEETING
All four officials will attend the Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District’s annual dinner
meeting on October 26. Mrs. Bayer will prepare the check for the next meeting.
FRIEBERTSHAUSER COLUMBUS DAY HOLIDAY
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to allow Paula Friebertshauser to work the Columbus Day
Holiday on October 9 and take off Friday, October 13 in its place, with a unanimous vote. Motion
carried.
ODNR NATUREWORKS BROCHURE
The board addressed a request from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for pictures and a
short statement about the park projects funded through NatureWorks for possible inclusion in a
brochure to promote the grant program. The township received two grants, one for the Pavilion #2
and a playground and the second for the restroom building, both at the Munson Township Park.
The board authorized participation and Mr. Bushman agreed to provide the quote.
OUTSIDE MEETINGS
Mr. Bushman attended a Chagrin River Watershed Partners meeting on September 19.
PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT
The park board would like to research additional playground equipment. The trustees had no
objection, with the understanding that this was not an authorization for purchase.
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                            Tuesday, September 26,                                  06

EXECUTIVE SESSION/PERSONNEL
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to go into executive session at 8:20pm for confidential
personnel matters, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
The regular meeting resumed at 8:42pm.
ENCUMBRANCE SHEET APPROVAL
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the encumbrance sheet for September 26,
2006, as follows:
  Pazyniak Court Reporting          Court Reporter for BZA Hearings                 500.00
  Rennillo Court Reporting          Paul Murphy Transcripts (3 Hearings)          1,000.00
  Windstream Western Reserve        Telephone – zoning                              200.00
  Improvement of Sites              Blanket to 12/31/2006                         2,500.00
  Paula Friebertshauser             Travel and Meeting Expenses – Cemetery          326.00
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 8:43pm, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
___________________________Chairman __________________________Fiscal Officer
                 MUNSON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING



                             Tuesday, September 12,                                   06

The meeting was called to order at 6:30pm by Chairman Frank Gliha with Trustees Todd Ray
and Andy Bushman and Fiscal Officer Patricia A. Bayer present. The Pledge of Allegiance was
recited. Correspondence and the fiscal officer’s monthly report for August were available for
review. Warrants 5295-5326 dated 8/31/06 and 9/8/06 totaling $24,829.22 were signed between
meetings. Warrants 5327-5335 dated 9/12/06 and 9/13/06 totaling $79,373.95 were signed.
Payroll vouchers 131-135 for the monthly payroll dated 8/31/06 totaling $7,211.91 and payroll
vouchers 136-145 for the biweekly payroll dated 9/8/06 totaling $9,872.89 were signed between
meetings.
COMMUNITY ROOM
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve use of the community room for a general
election (Geauga County Board of Elections) on November 7, 2006 from 5:30am-8pm, and to
waive the fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for a Lion Baseball
Club meeting (Moormeier) on September 24, 2006 from 6:30-7:45pm for approximately 25-30
persons, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for Cub Scout Pack
91 Den 6 meetings (Baron) on October 10, 24, November 14, 21, and December 5, 19, 2006
from 7-8:30pm, for approx. 10-12 persons, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion
carried.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for American Red
Cross Blood Drives (Burdyshaw) on September 14, 19, November 9, December 8, 2006 and
January 1, March 8, April 6, May 10, and June 27 from 1-7pm, and to waive the fees, with a
unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for a Munson
Baseball League meeting (Lawrence) Sept. 24, 2006 from 8-10pm, approx. 20, and to waive the
fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
Let the record reflect Pack 91 used the community room for a committee meeting (Baron) on
September 10, 2006 at 7pm for approximately 10 persons.
Mr. Bushman moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the rental agreement for Munson Pack
91 Cub Scout meetings (Recchia) on Sept. 21, 28, Oct. 5, 26, and Nov. 2, 16, 2006 from 7-
8:30pm, approx. 15, and to waive the fees, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
CEMETERY DEEDS
The Board issued cemetery deeds to John M. and Mary J. Svoboda for Maple Hill III Cemetery,
Lot 336, Graves 7 and 8 and to Sharon A. Horton for Maple Hill II Cemetery, Lot 85, Grave 7.
The Board issued a cemetery deed to Philip Rigdon for Maple Hill II Cemetery, Lot 84, Grave 7.
[The Trustees waived Mr. Rigdon’s burial and grave fees April 25, 2006 as he was the
township’s sexton and a long-time member of the Road Department.]
RESOLUTION 2006-32/FUND TRANSFER
Resolution 2006-32 was made by Mr. Bushman and seconded by Mr. Gliha for within fund
transfers in the Permanent Appropriation in the General Fund, Fire Operating and Apparatus Fund
and Ambulance and Emergency Medical Fund, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. [The
resolution in its entirety is included on a separate page as part of the minutes.]
ROAD REPORT
Road Superintendent Jim Teichman submitted a proposal from G J Lashley Builders to re-roof the
park storage building (little garage) for $1,730. Mr. Gliha signed the proposal and the board
encumbered the funds. Mr. Teichman addressed an official request from the Chardon Schools for
two school bus stop ahead signs on Sherman Road 500 feet east and 500 feet west of Carroll Drive.
The county engineer recommended that they be placed on an intersection ahead sign.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve two signs for intersection ahead and school
bus stop ahead for Sherman Road in both directions 500 feet from Carroll Drive, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
Mr. Teichman asked the board to increase his cellular phone allowance as the current allowance
does not cover his expenses for township calls.
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to increase the road superintendent’s cellular phone
allowance to $79 per month effective for the month of September, with a unanimous vote. Motion
carried.
Mr. Teichman received two quotes to renovate the hallway and restroom area in the township hall
for record storage. The estimate for masonry only is $9,000. A second quote for the masonry,
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                              Tuesday, September 12,                                        06

ROAD REPORT (continued)
moving the entrance to the fire station from the hallway to the back wall of the kitchen, and for all
plumbing and electrical is $18,770.00. The board will review the proposals. Mr. Teichman
submitted two quotes from PennOhio, $1,480 to clear trees and $950 to collapse the bunker at the
Scenic River Park. He informed the board that Smith Excavating reduced the purchase price of the
used trailer from $3,000 to $2,800 and requested $1,200 to purchase four used 1200 x 16.5 foam
filled tires for the skidsteer. He recommended that a large area of noxious weeds and brush east of
the parking area and between the two new pavilions at the Nero Park be cleared for another open
area for possible soccer and other uses, and that the larger trees be saved to border the area for
shade and a picnic area.
RESOLUTION 2006-33/FIRE CONTRACT ADDENDUM
Resolution 2006-33 was made by Mr. Gliha and seconded by Mr. Ray to approve an addendum to
Article 14, Compensation for Services, of the Munson Fire Contract for an August contract
payment in the amount of $72,500, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
KEARNS/ZONING AND PARK
Zoning Inspector and Park Board member Tim Kearns requested an encumbrance of $1,000 for
park operating supplies to eliminate the need to come before the board for small projects. The
request was denied. The trustees preferred that the Park Board continue to bring requests before
the board. He recommended that the zoning fee schedule be amended to remove the word
“enclosed” from “enclosed patios” and leave the word “patios” under accessory buildings, and to
add “examples included, but not limited to” under structures. The board asked him to prepare an
amended zoning fee schedule for them to act on at the next meeting. He showed the board a dented
outfield sign. The cost to replace the six outfield signs at the Kawalec Field will be $137.18. He
researched laptops and projectors and advised he had six quotes ranging from $2,550 to $2,800. A
warranty package is available from Best Buy to cover the bulbs. The new pavilions were inspected
by the Geauga County Building Department. He requested $2,000 for 81 tons of gravel from
Osborne Concrete and Stone for the driveway and pavilions and $1,000 for plastic pipe and fittings
from Cleveland Plumbing Supply for drainage across the road and for catch basins at Scenic River.
The work will be done this year. The board encumbered funds for the outfield signs, laptop and
projector, gravel and drainage supplies.
PARK BOARD APPOINTMENTS
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to appoint Joseph Rosboril and Patricia Palcic to service
on the Munson Township Park and Recreation Board for terms through December 31, 2007,
effective September 12, 2006, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
TRICK OR TREAT
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to set the day and time for trick or treat in Munson
Township on October 31 from 6-8pm, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
WATERSHED PARTNERS INFORMATION MEETINGS
Mr. Ray advised that the Chagrin River Watershed Partners and Geauga Soil and Water will be
scheduling meetings to raise public awareness about riparian protection. He suggested that the first
session be held at the Munson Community Room. The topic will be rain gardens.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded that the Chagrin River Watershed Partners and Geauga
Soil and Water presentation on Rain Gardens be held at the Munson Township Hall on
Wednesday, November 1 at 7pm, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
SAND RIDGE LIQUOR PERMIT
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to approve the liquor permit [for transfer of ownership]
for the Mayfield Sand Ridge Club, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
COUNTY DRUG & ALCOHOL PROGRAM/ALTERNATE DER
Office Manager Judy Toth advised that Mrs. Bayer resigned as alternate DER (Designated
Employer Representative). The DER maintains records and notifies employees when they have
been selected for drug and alcohol testing. The alternate cannot be a participant in the program
and must be available when the DER is on vacation. The Alternate DER will be required to
attend a training session at a cost of $50.
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to appoint Paula Friebertshauser as Alternate DER and
to authorize her training, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
OUTSIDE MEETINGS
Mr. Gliha had a breakfast meeting on Sept. 11 with Chardon School Board Member Blake Rear
and Superintendent Joe Bergant.
Mr. Bushman attended a Geauga Safety Council meeting on September 8. The topic was
accident analysis.
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                            Tuesday, September 12,                                06

ENCUMBRANCE SHEET APPROVAL
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to approve the encumbrance sheet for September 12,
2006, as follows:
  Geauga Local Access Cable Corp. Contract Payment                               9,170.41
  The Geauga County Twp. Assoc.       Dinner/meetings                               50.00
  Other – Other Expenses              Blanket to 12/31/2006                      2,350.00
  Countryside Truck Service           Rescue Squad’s Repair                      2,500.00
  G J Lashley Builders                Park Storage Building                      1,750.00
  PennOhio                            Break up Bunker & Tree Removal             2,500.00
  All-ways Flasher Service, Inc.      Baseball Outfield Signs                      140.00
  Machinery, Equipment, Furniture- Blanket to 12/31/2006                         3,500.00
  Adm. (Laptop & Projector)
  Osborne Gravel & Sand               Park Gravel                                2,000.00
  Cleveland Plumbing Supply           Plastic Pipe and Fitting/Catch Basins      1,000.00
  CCM Rentals                         High Pressure Sprayer                        250.00
with a unanimous vote. Motion carried. The Board signed the encumbrance sheet.
MEETING ADJOURNED
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to adjourn the meeting at 7:21pm, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
                                 Frank J. Gliha, Chairman
                              Patricia A. Bayer, Fiscal Officer
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                             Monday, September 11,                                    06

The special meeting was called to order at 6:03pm by Chairman Frank Gliha with Trustees Todd
Ray and Andy Bushman and Fiscal Officer Patricia A. Bayer present.
EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR PARK BOARD INTERVIEWS
Mr. Gliha moved and Mr. Ray seconded to go into executive session at 6:03pm to interview park
board applicants, with a unanimous vote. Motion carried.
The board came out of executive session at 6:40pm.
WORKSHOP WITH FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Trustees held a workshop with Fire Chief Bernie Harchar and Assistant Chief Mike Santilli
to discuss the fire contract. Mr. Harchar outlined improvements and advised that a professional
agency is revising the fire department’s personnel policy. The three fire trustees resigned and
there have been no complaints from the membership about the new fire department structure,
which will include one township trustee on the board. The offices were rearranged to provide a
bedroom facility on the second floor for female employees. Mr. Harchar gave the trustees the
latest draft of the fire contract and the by-laws. The documents will also be forwarded to
assistant prosecutor Rebecca Schlag. Mr. Harchar discussed a 401K plan for the fire department
employees and the benefit contributions were compared with the township’s PERS benefit. Mr.
Harchar advised one of the squads needs to be replaced at an estimated cost of $125,000.
MEETING ADJOURNED
Mr. Ray moved and Mr. Gliha seconded to adjourn the meeting at 7:23pm, with a unanimous
vote. Motion carried.
                                  Frank J. Gliha, Chairman
                               Patricia A. Bayer, Fiscal Officer

				
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