MINUTES

 

MIAMI TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES

 

JUNE 4, 2018

 

CALL TO ORDER

                The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by President Mucher.  Trustees Crockett and Hollister were present.  Fire Chief Altman, Zoning Inspector Zopf and Fiscal Officer Silliman were also present.

 

ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES

A MOTION by Mr.Hollister and SECONDED by Mr.Mucher was made to adopt the minutes of May 21st as amended.  MOTION CARRIED unanimously. 

 

PAYMENT OF ACCOUNT

                A MOTION BY Mr.Hollister and SECONDED by Mr. Crockett was made to pay accounts in the amount of $34,776.96: General Fund - $9,725.49; Fire Fund - $13,627.19; Cemetery Fund - $4,303.05; EMS Billing - $5024.93; Road and Bridge - $2,096.30.  MOTION CARRIED unanimously.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

The Trustees received:

·         Greene County Public Health information for June 1 meeting;  Health Commissioner’s monthly report; etc.;

·         Greene County Council on Aging’s Newsletter;

·         E-Mail from local resident asking for suggestions towards completing an Eagle Scout Project in the next 1-3 years;

·         TLT Newsletter;

·         E-Mail re: Fire Station pre-bid meeting minutes;

·         E-Mail re: Fire Station bid date change;

·         E-Mails from MVRPC re: Unveiling of Final Plans for Dayton Riverfronts; MVRPC Board Mail out June 2018

·         E-Mail re: Community Solutions Newsletter

·         E-Mail from Marty Heide re: GCTWPASSOC meeting;

·         E-Mail from Clark County-Springfield TCC re: District 11 Integrating Committee Township Nominations;

·         E-mail re: YS Chamber meeting packet;

·         E-Mail re: OTA ‘s Legislative Alerts;

·         Fund Status, Revenue Status and Appropriation Status reports. 

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORT

                Chief Altman reported that there were 44 EMS, 11 fire incidents and 4 fire safety inspections were conducted. 

                At the recommendation of the Chief, a MOTION by Mr. Hollister and SECONDED by Mr. Crockett was made to adopt RESOLUTION 2018-23: Appointment of new volunteer.  MOTION CARRIED unanimously.

                Chief Altman reported he hopes to have purchased the new LUCAS CPR device and delivered within the next few weeks.  The Department hopes to have a second unit purchased through the BWC Safety Grant.  He will work on this with Alex Wendt when he returns from vacation. 

                The new power cot for Medic 81 will be installed the week following Street Fair. 

                The MTFR Firefighter’s Association has elected new officers; Brett Houseman is president, Nick Miller-Jacobson is Vice-President, Jeremy Rea is Treasurer and Ted Wasserman is Secretary. 

 

NEW FIREHOUSE REPORT

                Mr.Mucher reported there is an addendum to the building specs that can be found on the website listed in the newspaper ad. 

 

CEMETERY REPORT

                It was reported that there is a Natural Burial scheduled for this coming Saturday. 

 

ROAD DEPARTMENT REPORT

                Mr.Mucher reported that a recent road tour showed there are a few roads that still need mowing.  He added there are potholes on Hyde Road that need attention.  Lastly, he stated that while Mr.Gochenouer is on vacation, a couple road trucks are getting some maintenance.

 

FISCAL OFFICER’S REPORT

                A MOTION by Mr. Crockett and SECONDED by Mr.Hollister was made to adopt RESOLUTION 2018-22: amendment of Permanent Appropriations.  MOTION CARRIED unanimously. 

 

ZONING INSPECTOR’S REPORT

                Mr.Zopf reported that there has been one permit issued since his last report. 

                He attended the most recent Zoning Inspector’s meeting at the GCRP&CC.  It was announced that a replacement has been identified for Ken LeBlanc.

 

NEW BUSINESS

                Mr.Mucher reported receiving an e-mail from the District 11 Integrating Committee that disperses OPWC funds.  An unusual circumstance has arisen in that there is a tie for the appointment to the Board.  At the recommendation of Mr.Mucher, a MOTION by Mr.Hollister and SECONDED by Mr. Crockett was made to adopt RESOLUTION 2018-24: recommend nominating Tim Foley to the Board.  MOTION CARRIED unanimously. 

 

OLD BUSINESS

                Mr.Hollister reported that he has done a little bit of research on the availability of high speed internet in the Township.  There seems to be a small amount of broadband funding available.  More investigation needs to be done.

                Mr.Mucher asked if there are any suggestions for new member appointments to the BZA or the Zoning Commission.  Mr.Hollister replied no options at this time.

 

ADOURNMENT

                There being no further business to discuss, a MOTION by Mr.Hollister and SECONDED by Mr. Crockett was made to ADJOURN.  MOTION CARRIED unanimously.  Time – 7:55 p.m. 

 

 

President_________________________________  Attest_____________________________________