Council Meets Tonight – Agenda

VILLAGE OF NB COUNCIL MEETING
July 2, 2019 – 5:30 PM


VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COUNCIL MEETING
July 2, 2019
5:30 PM

AGENDA

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call

Nomination and Appointment of President Pro Temp

III. Approval of the Agenda

Approval of the Minutes

Public Participation (5 min limit)

Letters and Communications

Administrative Reports

Finance Officer: report submitted

EMS Chief report submitted
Fire Chief: report submitted
Police Chief: report submitted
Utility Director: report submitted
DPW Superintendent: report submitted

Village Administrator: report included in council packet

Clerk: First Readings: Ordinance 2019–19
Ordinance 2019 –20
Ordinance 2019 -21

Second Readings: Resolution 06 – 2019
Ordinance 2019 –15
Ordinance 2019 –16
Ordinance 2019 –17
Ordinance 2019 –18

Third Readings: Ordinance 2019 –14

Appointed Legal Counsel

Mayor:

Standing Committees

Economic and Community Development (Mr. Carles)
Public Safety (Mr. Art Patterson)

Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Engard)

Public Works (Mr. Beegle)
Stormwater Management – Request to consider the installation of an 8 inch storm-water overflow line between two catch basins along E. Maple Street, east of Rudolph Road. This work would be undertaken in conjunction with the Maple Street sidewalk project currently underway as a storm-water management measure during heavy rain events along this section of Rudolph Road. A cost estimate has been provided by Smith Paving and is included in this package. The Village will be required to provide the 8 inch line.

Public Utilities (Mr. Aaron Patterson)

Finance and Technology (Ms. Zeigler)

New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business

ORDINANCE 2019 – 19 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A JOINT MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE AND HENRY TOWNSHIP FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENTS ON QUARRY ROAD

ORDINANCE 2019 – 20 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A JOB CREATION AND RETENTION GRANT PROGRAM FOR THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE, AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY

ORDINANCE 2019-21 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE ESTIMATE OF REVENUES FOR THE BUDGET YEAR BEGINNING-JANUARY 1, 2019, AUTHORIZING CERTIFICATION OF SAME TO THE WOOD COUNTY AUDITOR, AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY

Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

RESOLUTION 06 – 2019 A RESOLUTION REPEALING ORDINANCE 2018-23 AND IMPLEMENTING SECTIONS 3735.65 THROUGH 3735.70 OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE, ESTABLISHING AND DESCRIBING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT AREA IN THE CITY OF NORTH BALTIMORE AND DESIGNATING A HOUSING OFFICER TO ADMINISTER THE PROGRAM AND CREATING A HOUSING COUNCIL

ORDINANCE 2019 – 15 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 913.03(g) OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE TO INCLUDE A PROCEDURE FOR ESTABLISHING A WEB BASED ONLINE WATER ACCOUNT AND BILL PAY OPTION FOR WATER CONSUMERS

ORDINANCE 2019 – 16 AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE OF LIGHTING OF THE STREETS, ALLEYS, WAYS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE FOR 2020, AUTHORIZING CERTIFICATION OF SAME TO THE WOOD COUNTY AUDITOR

ORDINANCE 2019 – 17 AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE OF CLEANING THE STREET, ALLEYS, WAYS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE FOR 2020, AUTHORIZING CERTIFICATION OF SAME TO THE WOOD COUNTY AUDITOR

ORDINANCE 2019 – 18 AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE OF TRIMMING, MAINTAINING AND PLANTING OF TREES ALONG THE STREETS, WAYS, AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE FOR 2020, AUTHORIZING CERTIFICATION OF SAME TO THE WOOD COUNTY AUDITOR

Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

ORDINANCE 2019 – 14 FINAL 2019 APPROPRIATIONS ORDINANCE

Other New Business

Request by the North Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce to close streets for the Good Ole Summertime Festival on Saturday, July 27th from 6 a.m. until midnight for the following locations:
Main Street from Water Street to Cherry Street
Broadway Street from Tarr Street to Second Street
State Street from Second Street to Main Street

Other Old Business

Payment of the Bills

Adjournment



Farmers market coupons available for WIC participants

Program allows families to get produce from local markets….

BOWLING GREEN — Families who participate in the Women, Infants and Children program through Wood County Health Department are eligible to receive $20 in coupons to shop for produce at local farmers markets.

This is the third year for the Farmers Market Nutrition Program offered by Wood County WIC. Pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women and children 6 months or older who are participating in WIC are eligible to receive the one-time, $20 benefit to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs from authorized farmers until Oct. 31. Coupons will be given to WIC participants on a first-come, first-served basis.

WIC participation improves the length of pregnancy and birth weight, improves the diets of women and children and reduces late fetal deaths. WIC children are better immunized, have better vocabulary and are more likely to have a regular source of health care. Children ages 2-4 who participate in WIC are also less likely to be obese.

WIC staff will be at the downtown farmers market in Bowling Green on Aug. 14 to share program information. Recipe ideas using fresh produce are available at Wood County WIC, located at 639 S. Dunbridge Road, Bowling Green.

If you are interested in becoming an authorized FMNP farmer or want to learn more about the program, call Wood County WIC at 419-354-9661.

The mission of Wood County Health Department is to prevent disease, promote healthy lifestyles and protect the health of everyone in Wood County. Our Community Health Center provides comprehensive medical services for men, women and children. We welcome all patients, including uninsured or underinsured clients, regardless of their ability to pay, and we accept most third-party insurance. For more information, visit WoodCountyHealth.org

NB Library Closed Thursday

4th of July…….

The North Baltimore Public Library will be closed on Thursday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.  We will reopen on Friday, July 5th at 9 am.
 
Also there will not be a North Baltimore Public Library Board meeting in July.  We will resume our regular meetings on Monday, August 19th at 5:45 pm. Thanks and have a great summer!

Troop 315 July Newsletter

“Happiness is open to all, since, when you boil it down, it merely consists of contentment with what you have got and doing what you can for other people.”~ Lord Baden Powell

Troop 315 July 2019 Newsletter
 
Summer Camp Recap
 
Rain, Mud, Bugs & Smiles.  We scouts can have a good time in most any situation.  The mud at camp was pretty bad this year.  The power washer and I had a field day cleaning the trailer, equipment, shoes, backpacks, not to mention the washing machine to ensure no bugs came into the house.  There is a bunch of lost and found and will be at the scout house at the next meetings.  
 
On a “cool” note


During flags,  I was able to talk to a female Scout troop that just formed and participated in summer camp.  As I listened to their stories and reasons for joining the Boy Scouts of America as a Scouts BSA troop, I was able to understand their desire to have a stronger outdoor program.  Most of them were former Girl Scouts and really seemed excited to camp, climb rock walls, and do what their brothers were doing.  I will admit that as a Scoutmaster and traditional mindset, I had hoped the Girl Scouts would have seen the need and maybe emulated our program to suit the need for girls. 
 
But,  I do understand that our program is amazing and attracts youth from all over who want the adventure we are able to provide.  For me.  It took talking to a girl troop to see that side of things.  Now for the traditionalist in me.  Troop 315 will continue to be a Boy Scout troop and if enough female youth show interest in N.B.  My hope is a group of adults form a girl troop to fill the need in our town if the interest is there.    Hint Hint  Tammy Trout  
 
Elections  
 
June 30 and July 7, we will hold our elections for offices within the troop.  Boy led leans the scouts vote in who will be Senior Patrol Leader, Assistant, Patrol leaders and their assistants as well as jobs like quartermaster, chaplin’s aid, historian, Troop guide.  Currently, Alex Trout and Jordan Kimmel are SPL & ASPL however,  I heard through the grapevine that Aaron Boes wants to run for SPL.  
 
Family Picnic  July  14
 
Sunday at shelter house 2,  Our troop will receive all ranks, merit badges, offices and patches during our annual potluck family picnic.  Please bring a hot or cold dish and table service for your family.  All are invited.  Scouts please wear you class A shirt for the ceremony.
 
Good Ole Summertime July 27 
 
Saturday, July 27 is the North Baltimore GOST.  We are committed to doing trash detail again and selling sandwiches throughout the day.  Our troop and their parents will need to sign up for a 2 hr shift through the day and a set up on Friday evening.  Below are the shifts and please email me back as to which shift you would like.  We will need 4 scouts and 2 parents per shift.  Last year we made over $2000.00 so it is important to have family participation in this event.  Note: of the 4 scouts 1 will be on trash detail each shift
 
Friday  6:00pm – 8:00pm   setup  4 scouts
Saturday  10:00am – 12:00om 4 scouts + parents
                12:00pm – 2:00pm  
                 2:00pm – 4:00pm
                 4:00pm – 6:00pm
                 6:00pm – 8:00pm
                 8:00pm – 10:00pm
                 10:00pm teardown and dumpster cleanup
 
The parents will be responsible for running the booth.  grilling, helping scouts with money and making the sandwiches.  Scouts will be selling, preparing, and also doing trash. Class B t-shirts for the event.  We want the scouts doing as much the work as possible, with help.  The public likes to see that.
 
Pemberville Free Fair fundraiser
 
August 14 – 17 We have been asked to run trash detail for the festival.  Similar to Luckey fest, we will have tractors and trailers riding around dumping cans.  I will put up a sign up in the August newsletter but this detail pays $500.00 to the troop and scout accounts
 
Quote from Lord Baden Powell
 
“Happiness is open to all, since, when you boil it down, it merely consists of contentment with what you have got and doing what you can for other people. “

Many Volunteers Needed

at the Wood County Historical Center & Museum…..

Volunteers are needed for a variety of upcoming events at the Wood County Historical Center & Museum:

  • July Tea & Talk Series – Thursday July 11 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM               
    Help serve tea and food during the program.                    Send your response to:  marketing@woodcountyhistory.org   
                                     
  • Wood County Fair – July 29-August 5
    Help with the Museum information table at the fair at our new location, the Fine Arts Building     (includes ticket to the fair)                                                                            Send your response to: museum@woodcountyhistory.org                                                       
  • Front Desk Greeter                                                                      Open shifts available, Monday-Friday 10 AM – 4 PM      Send your response to: museum@woodcountyhistory.org                                                          
  • Weekend Front Desk Greeter                                                      Open shifts available, Saturday’s & Sunday’s
    1 PM – 4 PM                                                         
    Send your response to: museum@woodcountyhistory.org                                                                  
  • Herb Garden
    (weeding and garden care of this beautiful space!)          Send your response to:  technician@woodcountyhistory.org                                                                                                             
Thanks!
— the Staff of the Wood County Historical Museum
& Society

A Perfect Summer Pie

Watch video to see how to make this recipe!….

(Family Features) It wouldn’t be summer without a fresh fruit pie. Sink your teeth into sweetness with every bite of this Fresh Strawberry Pie.

Find more summer recipes at Culinary.net.

Watch video to see how to make this recipe!

Fresh Strawberry Pie

Recipe adapted from Pillsbury

  • 1          pie crust
  • 6          cups whole fresh strawberries
  • 1          cup sugar
  • 3          tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1/4       cup water
  • sliced strawberries
  • 1          cup sweetened whipped cream
  1. Heat oven to 450° F.
  2. Press pie crust into 9-inch glass pie pan. Bake 9-11 minutes, or until lightly browned. Completely cool pie crust, approximately 30 minutes.
  3. In blender, crush strawberries to make 1 cup. In saucepan, combine sugar and cornstarch. Add crushed strawberries and water. Bring to boil, stirring constantly. Cool to room temperature.
  4. Arrange sliced strawberries in cooled crust. Pour cooked strawberry mixture evenly over strawberries. Refrigerate 3 hours.
  5. Top with whipped cream and desired toppings.

SOURCE:
Culinary.net