NB Village Help Wanted

NEEDED: Finance Clerk 1

North Baltimore is a historic family-friendly community located in northwest Ohio between Bowling Green and Findlay, Ohio. The Village is currently recruiting and accepting applications for the following position:

  • Finance Clerk 1:
    • Responsible for preparing the monthly utility bills, processes utility payments, maintains utility records; reconciles payments with receipts and cash; prepares bank deposit slips and makes deposits; and responds to inquiries regarding services or billings.
    • Performs clerical and financial duties for the Mayor’s court, village cemeteries and zoning functions as well as other miscellaneous duties as assigned.
    • Qualifications include, but are not limited to, knowledge of bookkeeping; Excel; office practices and procedures; data processing techniques; and records management.  Computer operations, telephone, cash register, and customer service experience is required.
    • This is a full-time position with benefits.  Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Interested applicants can contact staff for an application at (419) 257 2394.    A properly completed application, with references, must be submitted to Michael Brillhart at the Village of North Baltimore, 205 North Main Street, North Baltimore, Ohio 45872.

BGSU Deans List For Spring Semester

Fifteen NB residents listed for Spring…..

Congratulations to the MANY students from the 45872 zip code whose name appeared on the latest BGSU Deans List. 

Brush Drop-Off Is Saturday, June 15

Informal Village Garage Sale & Trash Pick-Up COMING UP!!!

The Village Wide Trash Pick-Up is Monday, June 17, 7 am.

Informal Village Wide Garage Sale is THIS weekend (June 13 – 16) – There is a Facebook page for promoting your Garage Sale.

The Village of North Baltimore Brush Drop Off and Pick Up Policy

“Brush” is defined according to this policy as:

Cut off, trimmed or fallen branches of trees not to exceed 4 inches in diameter and 6 feet in length.

The Village of North Baltimore is committed to providing affordable and effective service to accommodate the residents of the Village of North Baltimore with the following brush drop off and pick up policy.

The following schedule shall apply –

The 3rd Saturday in April (April 20 – Easter Weekend)- Drop off brush behind the public works building between 8 am and 11 am.

The 3rd Monday in May– Public work employees will pick up brush placed
in the boulevard throughout the village.

WE ARE HERE: The 3rd Saturday in June (June 15) – Drop off brush behind the public works building between 8 am and 11 am.

The 3rd Saturday in July – Drop off brush behind the public works building
between 8 am and 11 am.

The 3rd Monday in August – Public work employees will pick up brush placed in the boulevard throughout the village.

The 3rd Saturday in September –  Drop off brush behind the public works building between 8 am and 11 am.

The 3rd Saturday in Oct – Drop off brush behind the public works building
between 8 am and ll am.

The 3rd Monday in Nov – Public work employees will pick up brush placed
in the boulevard throughout the village.

No brush will be picked up by the village or allowed to be dropped off at the brush drop off area that is not from a resident of North Baltimore’s property.

Any resident of North Baltimore that uses the brush drop off area will be permitted one visit per month according to the drop off schedule and shall be allowed no more than an 8 ft x 16 ft trailer per visit.

No brush will be accepted at the Village drop off area or picked up by village employees that consist of thorns, poison ivy, poison oak, trash or yard waste.

In the months that the village employees pick up brush within the village, they will accept and remove no more than 1 pi!e of brush, no more than 6 feet long and 6 feet wide.

Residents that use the village drop off area may be required to show proof of residency.

According to a conversation with Department of Public Works Superintendent Doug Wickard, The village will continue to pick up branches that fall during storms at curbside. Wickard said, ” We will give residents a couple of days to get it to the curb. If a storm happens over the weekend, we will not pick things up on Monday. If it happens early–like Monday, Tuesday, then we will pick it up later that same week.”

The Village or its representative reserves the right to refuse service specific to this policy for any resident that violates any aforementioned provisions outlined in this policy.

Memorials Given at NB Public Library

For May/June 2019…..

North Baltimore Public Library has listed their May-June 2019 Memorials as follows:

It’s Alive! It’s Alive! (Goosebumps)

In Honor of: Gates Warwas

Given by: Martha and Bob Hamlin

What Every Child Should Know About Prayer

In Memory of: Genevieve “Genny” Paul

Given by: American Legion Post 539

The Night Window

In Memory of: Ruth Derrick

Given by: Cherie Derrick

Four Seasons of Fun

In Memory of: Paul Bowers

Given by: Dan and Pam Seiler

Fish Recipes and Techniques for Fresh Water Fish

In Memory of: Lawrence Paul Mains

Given by: Grace and Paul DeVaul

New Community Room Chairs

In Memory of: Iona Crouse Cameron

Given by: Teresa and Terry Wymer and Family

New Community Room Folding Chairs

In Memory of: Iona Cameron

Given by: Wendy and Brian Dewulf

New Community Room Chairs

In Memory of: Iona Cameron

Given by: Employees of Hancock Federal Credit Union

Best Seller

In Memory of: Ruth Derrick

Given by: Cherie Derrick

NB Fire Report May 2019

Fire Department Monthly Calls for Aid Report


North Baltimore Volunteer Fire Department Monthly Calls for Aid Report to Village Council.

Chief Ted “Hunker” Francisco II

May 2019

Total Monthly Calls 11 for Aid

2019 Yearly Total – 74

Response to:CountComments
Great Scot12Fire Alarm
Main St13Assist EMS
Oil Center10MVA
Cygnet Rd7MVA
Liberty Hi Rd8MVA
Tiger Dr10Fire Alarm
CSP5Fire Alarm
Cygnet Rd22MVA
Tiger Dr7Fire Alarm
E Broadway St6Power line down
Tarr St7MVA
ROSTER
Active  MemberTraining Level
Ted Francisco IIFFChief
John StewartFFAsst Chief
Harley CaldwellFFAsst Chief
Jim StewartFF/MFRCaptian
Joe StewartFFLT
Troy GreenoFFLT
Matt MatthesFF/MFRSec
Will Matthes     FF/EMTTreas
Andy Allison     FF/MFR     
Matt Archer     FF     
Adam Bateson     FF     
Cory Bateson     FF/EMT     
Bryant Matthes     FF     
Rob Buchanan     FF     
Mike Deibert     FF/Paramedic     
Tim Engard     FF     
Chris Gerdeman     FF/MFR     
Hank Matthes     FF     
Wade Ishmael     FF     
Kyle Jordan     FFEngineer
Rick Lonsway     FF
          
Greg Mills     FF     
Hank Matthes III     FF     
Chad Wright                         
Trenton Strickland     

FF/EMT

Greg Rockhill     FF     
Ryan Cook     FF/EMT I     
Chase Nichols     FF     
                       
Zach StewartFF
Tyler TrumbullFF
Pat WoodruffFF
Taylor Bishop                   

Reserve Members:
Dave King
Mike Hosler
Ron Stewart
Ron Meggitt
Mike Clark
Jeremy Ray
Skip Baltz

NB Police Report – May 2019

from Chief of Police David B. Lafferty

North Baltimore Police Department
203 N. Main Street North Baltimore, OH 45872
Chief of Police David B. Lafferty

Phone: (419) 257-2181
Fax: (419) 257-3782

MAYORS REPORT 

POLICE – May 2019

North Baltimore Police responded to 221 calls for service in May 2019, with a total of 1,177 calls for service on the year.

Some types of calls consisted of:

25 – House Checks
17 – Disturbance
5 – Assists
9 – Animal complaints
33 – Traffic Violations
03 – Felony Arrest
04 – Misdemeanor Arrest

North Baltimore Police vehicles traveled 3,960 miles during the month, using 351 gallons of fuel at the cost of $995.87.

North Baltimore Police had no vehicle repairs.

New Hire Recommendations:

KAYLEB STUFF – POLICE OFFICER – Part-time – $13.50 HR starting pay.

JOSHUA WOERNER – POLICE OFFICER – Part-time – $13.50 HR starting pay.

NB EMS Report – May 2019

EMS Chief, Phillip M. Walter IIĀ 

North Baltimore EMS responded to 59 calls for service in May 2019, with a total of 311 runs on the year.

Calls consisted of:

● Cardiac – 4
● Motor Vehicle Accidents – 10
● Falls – 3
   Fire Assistance – 4
● Lift Assists/Medical Alarms – 2
● Overdose – l
● DOA – 3
   Other Medical Emergencies 32

Of these calls for service:

45 calls were within the village
6 were in Henry Twp.
0 calls onto I-75|
8 in Bloom Twp. (Mutual Aid)

Calls consisted of 40 ALS and 18 BLS. (Advanced Life Support/Basic Life Support)

2nd squad calls at 6 runs.

Call requests times:

24 came in between the hours of 7pm and 7am 
35 came in between the hours of 7am and 7pm

18 calls for service on the Souths side of the tracks
41 on the North side of the tracks

Average response time from EMS receiving the call, to EMT’s arriving at the scene was 7.56 minutes for the month of May 2019.

North Baltimore EMS traveled 879 miles during the month using gallons of fuel at the cost of $342.00. Nomal Preventive Maintenance performed on the fleet.

North Baltimore EMS attended 2 Public Relation events in May: Mock Crash at High School and the Memorial Day Parade

EMS Chief, Phillip M. Walter II 

Scammer Faking They are NB PD

Don’t fall for it!!!

North Baltimore Police reports that “It has come to our attention that again someone is calling residents stating they are collecting money for the police department.

The North Baltimore Police Dept is NOT collecting any money! The person calling is a scam!

Please do not donate or give any personal information to these callers!!”

Council Minutes – May 7, 2019

North Baltimore legislators gather…

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COUNCIL MEETING
May 7, 2019
MINUTES

Mr. Kuhlman informed council they could not hold a meeting as not enough council members are present.

Madam Mayor Goldner read her Proclamation for mail carriers and their effort to stomp out hunger.

Mr. Aaron Patterson arrived while she was reading the proclamation.

Pledge of Allegiance

Mayor Goldner called the meeting to order at 5:32 PM and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Roll Call:

Mayor Janet Goldner-Here, Matt Beegle-Absent, Ty Carles- Present, Tim Engard -Here, Aaron Patterson-Here, Art Patterson- Absent, Leisa Zeigler-Here, Student Representative- Zoey Beaupry-Absent, Clerk Kathi Bucher- Present, Legal Counsel-Joel Kuhlman-Present

Motion by Mr Aaron Patterson to excuse Mr. Beegle , Mr. Art Patterson and Ms. Beaupry. Second by Mr. Carles. All approved.

Approval of the Agenda:

Mr. Carles made a motion to approve the agenda. Second by Ms. Zeigler. All approved.


Mr. Carles made a motion to approve Mr. Aaron Patterson as President Pro Tem. Second by Mr. Engard. Mr. Aaron Patterson-abstained; All approved.

Approval of the Minutes:

Mr. Carles made a motion to approve the minutes from April 16, 2019. Second by Ms. Zeigler. All approved.


Mr. Carles made a motion to approve the minutes from the Special Meeting held on April 30th. Second by Ms. Zeigler. All approved.


Public Participation:

None

Letters and Communications:

None

Administrative Reports:
Finance Officer: Mr. Swartz informed council the online billing is looking good. More information at next meeting. Decisions will need to be made. Talk about paving and grants for the new trucks.

EMS Chief: Red Cross to hand out smoke detectors on Saturday.
Fire Chief:
Police Chief: N. Reed’s hours are getting up there.
Utility Director:
DPW Superintendent: Mr. Brillhart will let them know about a hole near Gillette and Broadway. Information shared about the “not hooked up” sewer on Chicago.

Village Administrator: SRS- to start in June.; NRG-design phase to start this summer it is a 2 yr project. Done in 2020; Ord. 2019-11-bids opened, Geddis Paving/Exc.; 200 Block draft in Jul-Aug. Begin 2020; Thornton- rate analysis draft coming; Revelee to be at COTW.

Clerk: nothing; Weeds/Grass but it was mentioned about the amount of rain we have had.

Appointed Legal counsel: nothing

Mayor: already read the proclamation; do we do anything for bereavements?

Standing Committees:

Economic and Community Development (Mr. Carles)
Nothing

Public Safety (Mr. Art Patterson)
Request an executive session- Personnel

Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Engard)
Nothing

Public Works (Mr. Beegle)
Pothole he would like looked at, Broadway and Gillette

Public Utilities (Mr. Aaron Patterson)
Met with Mr. Thornton, a lot of info to absorb

Finance and Technology (Mrs. Zeigler)
Accounts are all up to date

New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business
Remove emergency- not enough members

Mr. Aaron Patterson made a motion for Ordinance 2019-11 to be read by number and title only for its first reading. Second by Mr. Carles.

Ordinance 2019-11 read by number and title only for its first reading.

ORDINANCE 2019-11 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ACCEPT THE BID SUBMITTAL FROM GEDDIS PAVING AND EXCAVATING, INC OF TOLEDO, OHIO AND TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR THE PURPOSE OF ROAD RECONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLING SIDEWALKS FOR THE 100 BLOCK OF NORTH MAIN STREET AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.


Mr. Aaron Patterson made a motion for Ordinance 2019-12 to be read by number and title only for its first reading. Second by Mr. Carles.

Ordinance 2019-12 read by number and title only by the mayor.


ORDINANCE 2019-12 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ACCEPT THE BID SUBMITTAL FROM CT CONSULTANTS INC. OF TOLEDO, OHIO AND TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION, INSPECTION AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE MAPLE STREET SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROJECT AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.


Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

Mr. Carles made a motion that Resolution 04-2019 be read by number and title only for its second reading. Second by Mr. Aaron Patterson.

Resolution 04-2019 read by number and title only by the mayor.

RESOLUTION 04-2019 A RESOLUTION DETERMINING TO REQUEST THE WOOD COUNTY AUDITOR CERTIFY THE AMOUNT OF FUNDS ANTICIPATED TO BE RAISED IF THE QUESTION OF RENEWING A 5 YEAR 2 MILL LEVY FOR STREET AND ROAD REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, WAS PLACED ON THE NOVEMBER 5, 2019 GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT

Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
None

Other New Business
Nothing

XII. Other Old Business
Nothing

Payment of the Bills

Mr. Aaron Patterson made a motion to pay the bills in the amount of $172,798.03. Second by Mr. Carles. All approved.

Motion by Mr. Aaron Patterson to move into executive session per 122.22 G for Personnel reasons. Second by Mr. Carles. All approved. T.I. 6:17 pm

Motion by Mr. Aaron Patterson to return to regular session at 6:28. Second by Mr. Carles.

Adjournment

Motion by Mr. Aaron Patterson to adjourn. Second by Mr. Carles. All approved.