City Council Minutes

INDEX FOR THE
DEFIANCE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
JUNE 5, 2018
President McMaster determined the presence of a quorum.

Council met in regular session in the Charles D. Beard Community Room of the Municipal Annex at 7:00 p.m. and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.

President McMaster called for a motion to correct or amend the Index minutes of April 24, 2018 and May 1, 2018, in hearing none, Index minutes are approved as written.

INTRODUCTION OF PERSONS/SPECIAL GUESTS APPEARING BEFORE COUNCIL: NONE

PUBLIC HEARING: Niki Warncke on CDBG
(1:44-9:00)
The city of Defiance intends to apply to the Ohio Development Services Agency (ODSA), Office of Community Development (OCD) for funding under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Community Development Program, a federally funded program administered by the State of Ohio. The city is eligible for $150,000 of Program Year 2018 CDBG Community Development Allocation Program funding, $500,000 of CDBG Competitive Neighborhood Revitalization Grant (NRG) Program funding, and $500,000 of CDBG Competitive Critical Infrastructure Program funding provided the city meets applicable program requirements. On April 24, 2018, the first public hearing was conducted to inform citizens about programs administered by OCD. Based on citizen input and assessment of need by local officials and city residents, the city is considering the following CDBG activities for the 2018 Program Year:

LIAISON MEETING OR REPORTS: NONE

COUNCIL COMMENTS:
(9:30-24:37)
Mrs. Krutsch mentioned this Thursday is the DC Band at Latty and Friday is free cinema
Rev. Plant gave thanks to the Werlor facility for their invite in checking things out and answering questions
Mr. Lundberg noted this Saturday is Confluence Clean Up
Mr. Eureste asked about the sidewalks on S. Clinton St.

PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL REPORT/CONCERNS:
(24:40-25:09)
President McMaster asked everyone to clearly speak in their mics, for the at home audience

REPORTS OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS:

Mayor McCann reported as follows: ABSENT

City Administrator Leonard reported as follows:
(25:15-25:43)
CSO Report for the week of May 21

City Law Director O’Donnell reported as follows: NONE

Finance Director Lehner reported as follows:
(25:49-31:59)
Mighty-Tidy will be coming soon

Mr. Lehner called for Executive Session on Employment Compensation. Motion for an Executive Session was made by Mr. Engel and seconded by Mr. Waxler, Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Eureste – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Plant – yes, Motion Carried.

LEGISLATIVE ACTION ON ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS:

THIRD READING: NONE

SECOND AMENDED READING:
(32:05-53:50)
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING RULE 8 OF THE CITY COUNCIL RULES OF CONDUCT AND PROCEDURE

Committee changes discussion

Mr. Eureste made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – no; Engel – no; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – no; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was not carried.

President McMaster stated this Ordinance will come back as a Third Reading.

FIRST READING:
(53:54-57:05)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING APPLICATION TO THE OHIO DEVELOPMENT SERVICES AGENCY FOR AN AWARD OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ALLOCATION PROGRAM FUNDS AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

This application is for a allocation for a grant (Compo Park)

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Waxler: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mrs. Krutsch made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8027

(57:14-59:15)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR, RECEIVE, AND ADMINISTER PROGRAM YEAR 2018 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM ASSISTANCE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Competitive Grant ($500,000) this would be for Karnes

Mr. Engel made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Lundberg: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Hancock made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Rev. Plant: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8028

(59:21-1:01:16)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR, RECEIVE, AND ADMINISTER PROGRAM YEAR 2018 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMPETITIVE NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION PROGRAM ASSISTANCE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Competitive Grant

Mr. Engel made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Eureste: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Rev. Plant: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8029

(1:01:25-1:07:35)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO PURCHASE ROCK SALT AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Purchase of salt

Mrs. Krutsch made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Rev. Plant: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Eureste made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mrs. Krutsch: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8030

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to take off the Table, AN ORDINANCE AWARDING A CONTRACT TO WARD CONSTRUCTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF GENEVA BOULEVARD AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY: seconded by Mr. Eureste: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

CITIZEN CONCERNS:
(1:08:05-1:27:58)
Ralph Hahn 901 Wilhelm spoke on Save Our School, Junior High School building, Mr. Hahn asked for Council’s support in saving the building

Mr. Eureste made a motion for a Resolution to support the Save Our School Committee, on saving the 1918 Building; seconded by Mrs. Krutsch: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – no; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried

Carmine Tremante 659 Jefferson Ave. had issue with getting a letter stating he owes $35 for a nuisance sign

Ron Posey 1917 Darbyshire has issues with Emergency Measures, again

STUDY SESSION: NONE

Council then went into Executive Session concerning Employment Compensation at 8:36 p.m., President McMaster called for a motion to adjourn the Executive Session, at 8:45p.m., Mr. Lundberg moved and Mr. Waxler seconded; Voice vote, Motion carried.

Motion made by Rev. Plant, Mr. Hancock seconded that the meeting be adjourned; on Voice Vote the meeting was adjourned at 8:45 p.m.

OFFICIAL MINUTES DVD: June 5, 2018; 1 hr. 28:10 minutes

Respectfully submitted,
Lisa Elders
Defiance City Council Clerk

Approval of Index Minutes: , 2018

Attest: , President David McMaster

Attest: , Clerk, Lisa EldersINDEX FOR THE
DEFIANCE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
JUNE 12, 2018
President McMaster determined the presence of a quorum.

Council met in regular session in the Charles D. Beard Community Room of the Municipal Annex at 7:00 p.m. and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.

President McMaster called for a motion to correct or amend the Index minutes of May 22, 2018 and June 5, 2018, in hearing none, Index minutes are approved as written.

INTRODUCTION OF PERSONS/SPECIAL GUESTS APPEARING BEFORE COUNCIL: NONE

PUBLIC HEARING: NONE

LIAISON MEETING OR REPORTS: NONE

COUNCIL COMMENTS:
(1:55-7:50)
Rev. Plant congrats to the Ohio Women’s Golf opening. Rev. Plant asked to have information for the codes for run-off in construction sites

Mrs. Krutsch noted this Saturday is the Jazz Festival. Also, Mrs. Krutsch asked if the City pools ever do swimming lessons

Mr. Lundberg thanked the Community for coming out for the Confluence Clean-Up

PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL REPORT/CONCERNS:
(7:53-11:28)
No meeting next week, nor will there be a meeting July 3

President McMaster stated that during legislation proceeding, the Ordinance will be read, discussed with Council, BOC, once there is a motion the President will ask “does anyone have any questions” that would be a good time for citizens to be recognized

Mr. Eureste, Mr. Hancock and Rev. Plant asked to be on the JCIP (Job Creation Incentive Program). President McMaster announced that Mr. Eureste and Rev. Plant will be on the Committee

REPORTS OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS:

Mayor McCann reported as follows:
(11:30-13:25)
June 20, Coffee With A Cop, also Mayor McCann echoed Rev. Plant’s congrats to the Women’s Golfing
BOC attended the ribbon cutting at Promedica

City Administrator Leonard reported as follows:
(13:27-13:43)
CSO Report for the week of June 4

City Law Director O’Donnell reported as follows: NONE

Finance Director Lehner reported as follows: NONE

LEGISLATIVE ACTION ON ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS:

THIRD READING:
(13:55-27:32)
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING RULE 8 OF THE CITY COUNCIL RULES OF CONDUCT AND PROCEDURE

Council Rule change

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to amend the Ordinance to state the Third Tuesday a Committee Meeting night: seconded by Mr. Waxler: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – no; Hancock- no; Krutsch – no; Waxler – yes; Eureste – no; Plant – no, the Motion was not carried.

Mr. Eureste made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – no; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – no; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8031

SECOND READING:
(27:56-30:32)
AN ORDINANCE AWARDING A CONTRACT TO WARD CONSTRUCTION OF GENEVA BOULEVARD AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Geneva Boulevard construction

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Engel: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mrs. Krutsch made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Rev. Plant: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8032

FIRST READING:
(30:40-42:20)
AN ORDINANCE AWARDING A GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER SERVICES CONTRACT TO STANTEC AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Designing a granular activated carbon (GAC) filtration system for the WTC Plant

Mr. Engel made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Eureste: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Eureste made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mr. Lundberg: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8033

(42:27-47:18)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO CONTRACT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A ROUNDABOUT AT JEFFERSON AVENUE AND PALMER DRIVE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Roundabout at Jefferson Ave. and Palmer Dr.

Mr. Engel made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Eureste: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Hancock made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Rev. Plant: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8034

(47:25-54:07)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 22525 MILL STREET, APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Purchase of a home at 22525 Mill St. next to the EMA building to house the firefighters when the Clinton bridge closes in 2019 for replacement

Mr. Eureste made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Lundberg: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Hancock made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mrs. Krutsch: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8035

(54:13-1:01:37)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH THE COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION OF DEFIANCE COUNTY, INC. AND HARMON DEFIANCE, LLC TO ACQUIRE AND MAKE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS TO REAL PROPERTY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Bonds purchase to the CIC, the CIC then will turn it over to Harmon, and Harmon will invest into the property at Commerce Dr.

Mr. Engel made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Lundberg: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mrs. Krutsch made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8036

(1:01:43-1:07:08)
A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE SAVE OUR SCHOOL COMMITTEE IN ITS EFFORTS TO PRESERVE AND REPURPOSE THE 1918 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING

Council’s support to save the 1918 Junior High Building

Mr. Eureste made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Waxler: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Engel made the motion to adopt the Resolution; seconded by Rev. Plant: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – yes; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Resolution adopted and it became Resolution No. 2500

CITIZEN CONCERNS: NONE
(1:07:31-1:16:13)
Ralph Hahn 901 Wilhelm thanked Council on behalf of the Save Our School Committee, for passing the Resolution

Dallas Paul 7658 Union Town, Maumee, Ohio, thanked Council and BOC on behalf of the Harmon Company for giving them this opportunity

Carmine Tremante 659 Jefferson asked Council if they agreed with the letter Mr. Tremante received

STUDY SESSION: NONE

Motion made by Mr. Hancock, Mr. Waxler seconded that the meeting be adjourned; on Voice Vote the meeting was adjourned at 8:17 p.m.

OFFICIAL MINUTES DVD: June 12, 2018; 1 hr. 16:23 minutes

Respectfully submitted,
Lisa Elders
Defiance City Council Clerk

Approval of Index Minutes: , 2018

Attest: , President David McMaster

Attest: , Clerk, Lisa EldersINDEXINDEX FOR THE
DEFIANCE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
MAY 22, 2018
President McMaster determined the presence of a quorum.

President McMaster called for a Motion to excuse Mr. Waxler moved by Mr. Lundberg, seconded by Mr. Engel, Voice Vote, Motion Carried.

Council met in regular session in the Charles D. Beard Community Room of the Municipal Annex at 7:00 p.m. and opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.

MAYOR McCANN SWORE IN MICHAEL TAYLOR AS A PATROLMAN

INTRODUCTION OF PERSONS/SPECIAL GUESTS APPEARING BEFORE COUNCIL: NONE
(4:34-27:07)
Darrell Handy – Update for Defiance Area Chamber of Commerce
Cindy Mack – Updates for DCCC
Kirstie Mack – Updates for DDVB

LIAISON MEETING OR REPORTS:
(27:18-38:28)
Finance Meeting, quarterly update

Mr. Lundberg called for a Motion to adjourn the Finance Meeting moved by Mr. Engel, seconded by Mr. Hancock, Voice Vote, Motion Carried.
Mayor McCann asked for a Utilities Meeting, July 24 – Toledo Edison – PUCO, Customer Assistance Program

COUNCIL COMMENTS:
(39:45-47:28)
Mrs. Krutsch gave thanks to the Community for their support on Drawing Defiance
Mr. Engel asked what needs to be done to clean up a certain property
Mr. Hancock wished area teams a good luck at tournaments

PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL REPORT/CONCERNS:
(47:32-47:53)
President McMaster noted June 1 is the deadline for liquor permits

REPORTS OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS:

Mayor McCann reported as follows:
(47:56-49:05)
Approval of plans for the Splash Pad

City Administrator Leonard reported as follows:
(49:07-52:03)
Mr. Leonard gave an update on the Traffic Commission Meeting
CSO Report for the Week of May 14

Mr. Leonard called for Executive Session on Property Acquisitions. Motion for an Executive Session was made by Mr. Engel and seconded by Mr. Hancock, Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Eureste – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Plant – yes, Motion Carried.

City Law Director O’Donnell reported as follows:
(52:05-52:43)
Mr. O’Donnell called for Executive Session to consider confidential information related to marketing plans, specific business strategy, production techniques, trade secrets, or personal financial statements of an application for economic development assistance, or to negotiations with other political subdivisions respecting requests for economic development assistance. Motion for an Executive Session was made by Mr. Engel and seconded by Mr. Eureste, Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Eureste – yes; Krutsch- yes; Waxler – absent; Plant – yes, Motion Carried.

Finance Director Lehner reported as follows:
(52:56-53:27)
Mr. Lehner called for Executive Session on Pending Litigation. Motion for an Executive Session was made by Mr. Hancock and seconded by Mrs. Krutsch, Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Eureste – yes; Krutsch- yes; Waxler – absent; Plant – yes, Motion Carried.

LEGISLATIVE ACTION ON ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS:

THIRD READING: NONE

SECOND AMENDED READING:
(53:36-1:02:07)
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING RULE 8 OF THE CITY COUNCIL RULES OF CONDUCT AND PROCEDURE

Much debate on the changing of the Liaison to Committees

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to table: seconded by Mr. Engel: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- no; Krutsch – no; Waxler – absent; Eureste – no; Plant – yes, a tie, President McMaster – no, the Motion was not carried.

Mr. Eureste made the motion to add language that the Economic Development Committee consist of the (3) at-large Council Members and add an exception for the Economic Development Committee to rule 8.3(A) existing rule, regarding term limits and Composition of Committees would still apply to the other Council Committees: seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – no; Engel – no; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – no, a tie, President McMaster – yes, the Motion was carried.

FIRST READING:
(1:02:10-1:05:10)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO CONTRACT FOR THE COMPLETE RECONSTRUCTION OF AGNES STREET FROM KARNES AVENUE TO OTTAWA AVENUE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Agnes St. needs a complete rebuild

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Rev. Plant made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mrs. Krutsch: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8021

(1:05:15-1:08:33)
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 927 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF DEFIANCE, OHIO PERTAINING TO THE REGULATION AND USE OF STORM DRAINAGE FACILITIES

Amendment to Chapter 927 of the Codified Ordinance

Mr. Eureste made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Engel: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock- yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mrs. Krutsch: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8022

(1:08:35-1:10:53)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO APPLY FOR A NATURE WORKS GRANT FROM THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Compo Park

Mrs. Krutsch made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mr. Eureste: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8023

(1:11:02-1:13:30)
AN ORDINANCE AWARDING A CONTRACT FOR TREE REMOVAL TO GOLIATH TREE & LAWN SERVICES, LLC AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Removing of mark trees

Mr. Hancock made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mrs. Krutsch: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Rev. Plant made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mr. Eureste: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8024

(1:13:33-1:14:16)
AN ORDINANCE AWARDING A CONTRACT TO WARD CONSTRUCTION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF GENEVA BOULEVARD AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Mr. O’Donnell asked Council to Table the Ordinance

Mr. Lundberg made a motion to Table; seconded by Rev. Plant, voice vote, Motion Carried

(1:14:18-1:16:17)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH ALL EXCAVATING AND DEMOLITION FOR DEMOLITION OF THE STRUCTURE AT 620 BLAINE STREET, DEFIANCE, OHIO AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Demolition of 620 Blaine St.

Mr. Eureste made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Rev. Plant made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mr. Hancock: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8025

(1:16:28-1:21:37)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A REPLACEMENT SQUAD AMBULANCE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Replacement Squad

Mr. Lundberg made the motion to suspend and call for the question: seconded by Rev. Plant: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried.

Mr. Eureste made the motion to adopt the Ordinance; seconded by Mrs. Krutsch: Roll Call Vote: Lundberg – yes; Engel – yes; Hancock – yes; Krutsch – yes; Waxler – absent; Eureste – yes; Plant – yes, the Motion was carried. President McMaster declared the Ordinance adopted and it became Ordinance No. 8026

CITIZEN CONCERNS: NONE
(1:22:18-1:27:55)
Mike Simon 2240 Power Dam Rd. has concerns about the southern by-pass plan

STUDY SESSION: NUISANCES
(1:28:10-1:55:30)
Mr. O’Donnell gave a presentation on our City Nuisances

Council then went into Executive Session concerning Property Acquisitions at 8:57 p.m., President McMaster called for a motion to adjourn the Executive Session, at 9:03 p.m., Mrs. Krutsch moved and Mr. Hancock seconded; Voice vote, Motion carried.

Council then went into Executive Session concerning to consider confidential information related to marketing plans, specific business strategy, production techniques, trade secrets, or personal financial statements of an application for economic development assistance, or to negotiations with other political subdivisions respecting requests for economic development assistance at 9:03 p.m., President McMaster called for a motion to adjourn the Executive Session, at 9:10 p.m., Mr. Engel moved and Mr. Eureste seconded; Voice vote, Motion carried.

Council then went into Executive Session concerning Pending Litigation at 9:10 p.m., President McMaster called for a motion to adjourn the Executive Session, at 9:18 p.m., Mr. Engel moved and Mr. Lundberg seconded; Voice vote, Motion carried.

Motion made by Mr. Lundberg, Mrs. Krutsch seconded that the meeting be adjourned; on Voice Vote the meeting was adjourned at 9:18 p.m.

OFFICIAL MINUTES DVD: May 22, 2018; 1 hr. 55:41 minutes

Respectfully submitted,
Lisa Elders
Defiance City Council Clerk

Approval of Index Minutes: , 2018

Attest: , President David McMaster

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