Governor DeWine Orders Flags Lowered at all Public Buildings

in Honor of the Life and Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Governor Mike DeWine has ordered flags at all public buildings flown at half-staff  immediately until sunset on the date of her interment to honor the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The text of the order is as follows:

“In honor of the life and legacy of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I hereby proclaim, by the authority vested in me as the Governor of the State of Ohio by the Ohio Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, that the flags of the United States and the State of Ohio shall be flown at half-staff upon all public buildings and grounds throughout the State of Ohio effective immediately until sunset on the date of her interment.”

Three Wood Co. Establishments Cited by OIU for Alcohol Violations

….. after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. 

 

OIU Cited Seven Establishments Overnight

(Columbus) – Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit (OIU) cited seven establishments overnight after receiving complaints of blatant violations of orders in place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. 

Agents visited the following liquor-permitted establishments and issued citations after witnessing the violations:

Pigskin Bar, Athens, received an administrative citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80 and insanitary conditions (alcoholic beverages not maintained in potable condition). Agents visited the establishment at approximately 11:20 p.m. and observed a group of patrons through the front windows sitting at the bar who appeared to have open alcoholic beverages. Agents observed the on duty bartender retrieve and open two bottles of beer and give one of the alcoholic beverages to a patron at the bar. The bartender kept the other bottle of beer and placed it at the back of the bar. Agents observed as the patron and the bartender both consumed from the bottles of beer. Another patron seated at the bar and was also drinking a bottle of beer. 

1212 West 6th Street LLC., known as The Ivy, Cleveland, received an administrative citations for improper conduct – disorderly activity and after hours sales – Rule 80.  Agents and the Cleveland Division of Police entered the premises at approximately 10:20 p.m. and observed egregious violations of ODH orders occurring throughout the premises. Patrons congregated near tables, in open areas and at the bar. Every bar stool was occupied and numerous patrons were lined up behind watching the live football game, not social distancing and attempting to order drinks. Patrons were permitted to walk freely about the premises while consuming alcoholic beverages and very few patrons were observed wearing masks. Minimal dividers were observed between seating sections, with no efforts made by bar staff to maintain compliance. 

LGCE Holding Group, known as Rumors, Cleveland, received a citations for improper conduct – disorderly activity and after hours sales – Rule 80. Agents and Cleveland Division of Police entered the premises after observing continued alcohol beverage service after 10 p.m.  Numerous bar staff were observed continuing to pour and serve spirituous liquor at approximately 10:40 p.m. Patrons were permitted to walk freely about the premises while consuming alcoholic beverages. Patrons also congregated in open areas without maintaining social distance or separated by physical barriers. The permit holder was also issued a civil summons for violations of Cleveland Department of Public Health orders.

KK Lucky Enterprises, known as Showcase, Garfield Heights, received an administrative citations for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed the premises open and occupied before midnight. Once inside, agents observed approximately 15 patrons consuming alcoholic beverages.

JDD Enterprises LLC., known as Brathaus, Bowling Green, received citation for improper conduct – disorderly conduct. After receiving a tip from the Bowling Green Police Department, agents visited the location and observed patrons walking throughout the crowd. Numerous patrons were standing in large groups throughout the premises consuming alcoholic beverages. Bar staff did not attempt to enforce social distancing orders.

H P Corporation Inc., known as City Tap / The Attic, Bowling Green, received a citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed several patrons in the bar with one consuming draft beer from a clear glass after 11 p.m.  

Westwood Endeavors LLC., known as Redneck Willy’s, Weston, received a citation for after hours consumption – Rule 80. Agents observed several patrons in the bar consuming alcohol after 11p.m. 

These cases will go before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for potential penalties, including fines and/or the suspension or revocation of liquor permits.

“When egregious violations are observed, enforcement action is taken,” said OIU Enforcement Commander Eric Wolf. “We all need to continue to work together by following the precautions put in place to make these establishments safe and compliant with the directives.”

The Ohio Investigative Unit is made up of fully-sworn, plainclothes peace officers responsible for enforcing Ohio’s alcohol, tobacco, and food stamp fraud laws. Agents conduct compliance checks to ensure the liquor permit premises are compliant with the Ohio Liquor Control Act. Agents also act on complaints of illegal activity on liquor permit premises. In addition to providing the safety checks associated with the COVID-19 directives, OIU agents continue to perform their normal compliance checks to ensure the liquor permit premises are complying with the Ohio Liquor Control Act.

Summary of Legislation-9/15/2020

PASSED BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATION PASSED

BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE

AT THE September 15   ,  2020 MEETING

 

This is a summary of legislation passed by the Council of the Village of North Baltimore on the _15__ day of September  2020, as the full text of the legislation may be viewed at the office of the Clerk of the Village of North Baltimore.  Copies of the full text of said legislation may be purchased at the Office of the Clerk at $ .25 per page.

 

 

ORDINANCE 2020 – 29     AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE ESTIMATE OF REVENUES FOR THE BUDGET YEAR BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2021, AUTHORIZING CERTIFICATION OF SAME TO THE WOOD COUNTY AUDITOR AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY

 

 

ORDINANCE 2020 – 23   AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE OF TRIMMING, MAINTAINING AND PLANTING OF TREES ALONG 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 2020 – 24     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 2020 – 25     AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE OF CLEANING 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.

 

 

I, Kathi R. Bucher, Clerk of the Village of North Baltimore, Ohio hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of Ordinances/Resolution passed by Council on Sept. 15, 2020 approved by the Mayor on September 15 , 2020, and which was duly published according to the law on the NBXpress on the following dates: September, 2020

 

Village Council Minutes

For September 1, 2020 meeting….

 

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE

COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

 I.             Pledge of Allegiance

 

Mayor Goldner called the meeting to order at 6:15 PM and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

II.          Roll Call:

Here                Absent

Mayor Janet Goldner                                      _X___             ____

Bill Cook                                                        _X___             ____

Tim Engard                                                     _X___             ____

Mike Julien                                                     _X___             ____

Aaron Patterson                                              _X___             ____

Mike Soltis                                                      ____                _X_

Leisa Zeigler                                                   _X___             ____

Student Representative                                   ____                ____

Clerk- Kathi Bucher                                       _X___             ____

Legal Counsel-Joel Kuhlman                         _X___             ____

Mr. Patterson made the motion to excuse Mr. Soltis. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

III.       Approval of the Minutes:

Mr. Patterson made the motion to approve the minutes from the August 18th meeting. Second by Ms. Zeigler. All approved.

IV.             Public Participation:

Mr. Trout spoke on behalf of the Cub Scouts #372. They collected bottle caps and had a bench made from the caps. They would like to donate the bench to the Village. The Gleaners donated $250.00 for this project to the scouts.

 

  1. Letters and Communications:

Nothing

 

  1. Administrative Reports: no reports due

Finance Officer:  Mr. Patterson had a question about the assessments with regards to the lights. Fund should be bumped up as it will be in the hole. Switching to the LED lights should help this situation. Estimate was not done with the LED’s. Should amend the Ordinance now? Tree fund- good; Street cleaning is over budget; Plow Truck- apply for grant after October 1; Second reading on this tonight. Mr. Julien suggested ear marking money for large purchases.

Mr. Swartz will get more detailed information the council.

 

            EMS Chief:    

Fire Chief:

Police Chief:

Utility Director:

DPW Superintendent:

Village Administrator: 200 Block- scheduled to start on Tuesday, 8th. The delay was due to acquiring the drainage structures. NRG-Bergman was awarded the work by the Wood County Commissioners. Poggemeyer is the Contract Administrator on this project. UV-initial design phase is done with construction to begin during the 4th quarter. SMOKE test-a report is being compiled of non-compliance properties: Mr. Roberts to report at COTW. NWWSD- on going talks; 8 zoning permits(follow up- VA); Pickle ball is coming; Mr. Cook asked about residential marketing.

Mr. Patterson asked where we are at with the new boat for the reservoir. The contractor got behind but should be here Oct/Nov.

 

Clerk:  nothing

 

Appointed Legal counsel:  Still working on the bulk water legal issues. Trying to work something out.

 

Mayor:  Student Rep- at this time not having one due to COVIS. Hand out on previous participants. Mr. Julien found his guidelines from 2002. These will go in the policy book. There was discussion about having this continue or not.

 

  • Standing Committees:

 

Public Utilities (Mr. Patterson)

They are down two employees in this department. Ordinance tonight as an emergency. How close are we to getting the new pay scale? Anyone close to the permits to cover besides Mr. Roberts? Mo.

 

Why were the trees cut don at the reservoir? Mr. Roberts requested it, VA ok’d it; said they were dead and dying. Tree Commission should have been consulted.

Where did the wood go? Mr. Patterson’s lot.

 

Economic and Community Development (Ms. Zeigler)

            Nothing          

Finance and Technology (Mr. Engard)         

Mr. Swartz commented that the second round of COVID/care funding is coming. Use only for certain things. $41,000 first round; $21,500 second round.

            Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Julien)          

            COTW- own policy’s go to these meetings first; Student Rep- continue

Mr. Patterson made a motion to continue the Student Rep program and to adopt it as a Policy. Second by Ms. Zeigler. All approved. Filed in book on September 1, 2020 by clerk.

            Public Works (Mr. Cook)

Create a Dog Park and Composte area- talked with Doug; who would maintain this? Hancock County takes weeds; Sidewalks-working on this with VA; Green area by waster department. Eagle Scout project (running water, gazebo, trees) use as a memorial area. Scouts continue to get more benches; we have 5 parks. Dedicate these with names, let the Mayor know any suggestions.

Public Safety (Mr. Soltis)      

Nothing

  • New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business

Nothing

 IX.             Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

Mr. Patterson made a motion to read Ordinance 2020-23 by number and title only for its second reading. Second by Mr. Engard.

Ordinance 2020-23 read by number and title only by the mayor.

ORDINANCE 2020 – 23   AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE OF TRIMMING, MAINTAINING AND PLANTING OF TREES ALONG 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.

Mr. Julien made a motion to amend Ordinance 2020-24 ($54,000) and to be read by number and title only for its second reading. Second by Mr. Patterson.

Ordinance 2020-24 read by number and title only by the mayor.

ORDINANCE 2020 – 24     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.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to amend Ordinance 2020-25 ($72,000) and to read Ordinance 2020-25 by number and title only for its second reading. Second by Mr. Engard.

Ordinance 2020-25 read by number and title only by the mayor.

ORDINANCE 2020 – 25     AN ORDINANCE ENACTING A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE OF CLEANING 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.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to read Ordinance 2020-26 by number and title only for its second reading suspend the third reading. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

Ordinance 2020-26 read by number and title only by the mayor.

ORDINANCE 2020 – 26      AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ADOPTION OF A REVISED COMPENSATION PLAN PAY RANGE ASSIGNMENT FOR THE VILLAGE UTILITIES DEPARTMENT SETTING MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM HOURLY RATES FOR EACH JOB CLASSIFICATION, AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to adopt as an emergency. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to read Ordinance 2020-27 by number and title only for its second reading suspend the third reading. Second by Mr. Cook.

Ordinance 2020-27 read by number and title only by the mayor.

ORDINANCE 2020 – 27     AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO DIRECT THE REPAIRS FOR THE UTILITIES JET ROUTER AT A COST NOT TO EXCEED $19,000.00 AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to adopt as an emergency. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to read Ordinance 2020-28 by number and title only for its second reading suspend the third reading. Second by Mr. Engard.

Ordinance 2020-28 read by number and title only by the mayor.

ORDINANCE 2020 – 28      AN ORDINANCE AMENDING VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE CODIFIED ORDINANCE SECTION 121.01(a)(1) REGULAR MEETINGS AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

Mr. Julien made a motion to adopt as an emergency. Second by Mr. Patterson. All approved.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to read Resolution 06- 2020 by number and title only for its second reading suspend the third reading. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

Resolution 06-2020 read by number and title only by the mayor.

RESOLUTION 06 – 2020      A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE OPPOSING PROPOSED STATE OF OHIO LEGISLATURE HB 163 WHICH PROPOSES PENALIZATION OF MUNICIPALITIES THAT CHARGE HIGHER WATER RATES OUTSIDE OF THEIR TERRITORY BY WITHHOLDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT FUNDS AND OTHER MONIES WHICH WILL CAUSE A SUBSTANTIAL LOSS OF REVENUE NEEDED TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH, SAFETY, WELFARE, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS OF OHIO MUNICIPALITIES, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to adopt as an emergency. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to read Resolution 07-2020 by number and title only for its second reading suspend the third reading. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

Resolution 07-2020 read by number and title only by the mayor.

RESOLUTION 07 – 2020      A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE OPPOSING THE INSTALLATION OF A TRANSMISSION POWER LINE ROUTE BEING PROPOSED BY AEP OHIO ALONG WABASH AVENUE BETWEEN E. BROADWAY STREET AND E. MAPLE STREET AS PART OF THE FINDLAY AREA NORTH BALTIMORE #1 TRANSMISSION LINE PROJECT AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Mr. Patterson made a motion to adopt as an emergency. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

 

Mr. Patterson made a motion to read Resolution 8-2020 by number and title only for its second reading suspend the third reading. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

Resolution 08-2020 read by number and title only by the mayor.

 

RESOLUTION 08 – 2020      AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION(S) TO THE WOOD COUNTY LOCAL PARK IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM ON BEHALF OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE, OHIO FOR THE 2020 PROGRAM YEAR AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY

Mr. Julien made a motion to adopt as an emergency. Second by Ms. Zeigler. All approved.

  1. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

Nothing

 

Mr. Patterson made a motion to have the VA advertise for two positions in the Public Utilities department per Mr. Roberts discretion.  Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

 

  1. Other New Business

Nothing

 

        XII.    Other Old Business

Mr. Cook directed a legal question to Legal Counsel about public participation. If someone isn’t allowed to speak, invite them back. Remedy the situation.

 

  • Payment of the Bills

Ms. Zeigler made the motion to pay the bills in the amount of $116,54.53. Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.

 

  • Adjournment

Mr. Patterson made a motion to adjourn at 7:38. All approved.

 

Submitted by Village Clerk Kathi Bucher, for September 1,2020 meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

Governor  DeWine Week in Review

For the week ending September 12, 2020….

 

Henry Township Minutes

For August 25,2020 meeting…..

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES
 REGULAR MEETING

August 25, 2020

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of August 11, 2020 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling $ 348,530.14

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 Guests Present:  Chris North – Zoning Inspector

 Old Business

 Discussion was held regarding nuisance properties around the township – no action but they are more prevalent.

New Business

Culvert pipe at Wingston and Thrush roads has been replaced

  1. North presented a check from Northpoint for zoning permits for the remaining buildings planned so far.

It was moved by Wymer, seconded by Brumbaugh to make the following appropriation changes:

$56,486.37 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-370

$40,000.00 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-740

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz,Brumbaugh,Wymer Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

Submitted by Matt Davis, Fiscal Officer

 

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES                                                                            REGULAR MEETING

 

 

August 25, 2020

 

 

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

 

 

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of August 11, 2020 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

 

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling $ 348,530.14

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

Guests Present:  Chris North – Zoning Inspector

 

Old Business

 

Discussion was held regarding nuisance properties around the township – no action but they are more prevalent.

 

New Business

 

Culvert pipe at Wingston and Thrush roads has been replaced

 

  1. North presented a check from Northpoint for zoning permits for the remaining buildings planned so far.

 

It was moved by Wymer, seconded by Brumbaugh to make the following appropriation changes:

$56,486.37 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-370

$40,000.00 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-740

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz,Brumbaugh,Wymer Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

 

 

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

 

 

__________________________________                   ___________________________________

Chairman                                                                               Fiscal Officer

 

 

 

 

 

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES                                                                            REGULAR MEETING

 

 

August 25, 2020

 

 

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

 

 

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of August 11, 2020 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

 

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling $ 348,530.14

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

Guests Present:  Chris North – Zoning Inspector

 

Old Business

 

Discussion was held regarding nuisance properties around the township – no action but they are more prevalent.

 

New Business

 

Culvert pipe at Wingston and Thrush roads has been replaced

 

  1. North presented a check from Northpoint for zoning permits for the remaining buildings planned so far.

 

It was moved by Wymer, seconded by Brumbaugh to make the following appropriation changes:

$56,486.37 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-370

$40,000.00 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-740

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz,Brumbaugh,Wymer Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

 

 

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

 

 

__________________________________                   ___________________________________

Chairman                                                                               Fiscal Officer

 

 

 

 

 

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES                                                                            REGULAR MEETING

 

 

August 25, 2020

 

 

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

 

 

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of August 11, 2020 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

 

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling $ 348,530.14

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

Guests Present:  Chris North – Zoning Inspector

 

Old Business

 

Discussion was held regarding nuisance properties around the township – no action but they are more prevalent.

 

New Business

 

Culvert pipe at Wingston and Thrush roads has been replaced

 

  1. North presented a check from Northpoint for zoning permits for the remaining buildings planned so far.

 

It was moved by Wymer, seconded by Brumbaugh to make the following appropriation changes:

$56,486.37 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-370

$40,000.00 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-740

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz,Brumbaugh,Wymer Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

 

 

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

 

 

__________________________________                   ___________________________________

Chairman                                                                               Fiscal Officer

 

 

 

 

 

HENRY TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES                                                                            REGULAR MEETING

 

 

August 25, 2020

 

 

The regular meeting of the Henry Township Trustees was called to order by Chairman Wymer with the following members responding to roll call:  Present:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Absent:  None.

 

 

It was moved by Baltz seconded by Brumbaugh to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of August 11, 2020 as presented.   Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.

Motion carried.

 

It was moved by Brumbaugh seconded by Wymer that bills be approved for payment and checks issued for expenses totaling $ 348,530.14

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz, Brumbaugh, Wymer.  Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

Guests Present:  Chris North – Zoning Inspector

 

Old Business

 

Discussion was held regarding nuisance properties around the township – no action but they are more prevalent.

 

New Business

 

Culvert pipe at Wingston and Thrush roads has been replaced

 

  1. North presented a check from Northpoint for zoning permits for the remaining buildings planned so far.

 

It was moved by Wymer, seconded by Brumbaugh to make the following appropriation changes:

$56,486.37 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-370

$40,000.00 from 4901-930-930 to 4901-760-740

Roll call:  Ayes:  Baltz,Brumbaugh,Wymer Nays:  None.  Motion Carried.

 

 

 

There being no further action to come before the Board the meeting was adjourned upon motion.

 

 

__________________________________                   ___________________________________

Chairman                                                                               Fiscal Officer

Patrol Reports Fatal Crashes During Labor Day

Troopers arrested 538 drivers for OVI and issued 3,289 safety belt citations. Troopers also made 477 drug arrests and 170 felony apprehensions…..

 

COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Highway Patrol is reporting 8 fatal traffic crashes which claimed 10 lives over the Labor Day Holiday according to provisional data.

Troopers arrested 538 drivers for OVI and issued 3,289 safety belt citations. Troopers also made 477 drug arrests and 170 felony apprehensions.

A total of 26,035 traffic enforcement stops were conducted along with 14,533 non-enforcement stops. Troopers also provided assistance to 2,944 motorists. The Labor Day reporting period began Friday, September 4 at 12 a.m. and ended Monday, September 7 at 11:59 p.m.

For a complete breakdown of the Patrol’s Labor Day enforcement, please visit: https://statepatrol.ohio.gov/links/LaborDay2020.pdf.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Week in Review

For the week ending September 5, 2020….