Village of NB Council Meets 2/19

Here is the agenda for the North Baltimore Village Council Meeting TONIGHT (Feb. 19)

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COUNCIL MEETING
February 19, 2019
5:30 PM
AGENDA

I. Pledge of Allegiance

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of the Agenda

IV. Approval of the Minutes

V. Public Participation (5min limit)

VI. Letters and Communications

VII. Administrative Reports
Finance Officer:
EMS Chief:
Fire Chief: No reports due
Police Chief:
Utility Director:
DPW Superintendent:
Village Administrator:

Clerk:
First Readings-
Second Readings- Ord. 2019-03
Third Readings- Res. 01-2019; Ord 2019-02

Appointed Legal Counsel:

Mayor:

VIII. Standing Committees
Economic and Community Development (Mr. Carles)
Public Safety (Mr. Art Patterson)
Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr.Engard)
Public Works (Mr. Matt Beegle.)
Public Utilities (Mr. Aaron Patterson)
Finance and Technology (Ms. Zeigler)

IX. New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business

X. Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
ORDINANCE 2019-03 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE
ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH INTECH IT
SOLUTIONS TO PURCHASE HIGH DEFINITION CAMERA SYSTEMS FOR
THE VILLAGE PARK AND VILLAGE HALL AT A COST NOT TO EXCEED
$7,800

XI. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
ORDINANCE 2019-02 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE
ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH REVEILLE
PLANNING. AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF
PROVIDING COMMUNITY ‘REDEVELOPMENT AREA AND JOBS GRANT
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT PLANNING SERVICES.
RESOLUTION 01-2019 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A FIVE-YEAR
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM (CIP) INCLUDING POLICIES AND
PROCEDURES IN PLANNING FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL
YEARS 2019 – 2023.

XII. Other New Business

XIII. Other Old Business

XIV. Payment of the Bills

XV. Adjournment

Legal Notice(s) Village of North Baltimore

Summary of legislation passed Council of the Village of North Baltimore…



VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE AT THE January 2, 2019 MEETING

This is a summary of legislation passed by the Council of the Village of North Baltimore on the 2nd day of January 2019, as the full text of the legislation may be viewed at the officece 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 2019-01 AN ORDINANCE VACATING OF ALL OF VENTRAL AVENUE LOCATED NORTH OF THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF WEST ELM STREET AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY TO EXIST

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 January 2, 2019 approved by the Mayor on January 2, 2019, and which was duly published according to the law on the NBXpress on the following dates: February, 2019

SUMMARY OF LEGISLATION PASSED BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE AT THE February 5, 2019 MEETING

This is a summary of legislation passed by the Council of the Village of North Baltimore on the 5th day of February 2019, 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 2019-04 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH CIVIL ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS, LLC FOR THE PURPOSE OF PREPARING AN UPDATED WATER RATE STUDY FOR THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $4,600 declaring an emergency to exist.

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 February 5, 2019 approved by the Mayor on February 5, 2019, and which was duly published according to the law on the NBXpress on the following dates: February, 2019.



Public Hearing for Suburban Gas Rates

PUCO schedules public hearing for Suburban Natural Gas Company distribution rate increase.

COLUMBUS, OHIO (Feb.11, 2019) – The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) today scheduled a local public hearing to provide customers the chance to express their views on Suburban Natural Gas Company’s application to increase its rates for distribution service. The local public hearing is scheduled as follows:

April 18, 2019, 6 p.m.
Delaware County District Library
84 E. Winter St.
Delaware, OH 43015

Those who testify at the local public hearing will have their comments added to the case record.

Consumers may also submit comments online at www.PUCO.ohio.gov or by mail addressed to 180 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43215. Comments should include the case number 18-1205-GA-AIR

An evidentiary hearing will be held on April 25, 2019, 10 a.m. at the PUCO offices in Columbus.

More information regarding Suburban Natural Gas Company’s application may be found on the PUCO website. A copy of the company’s application is available by searching the Docketing Information System and entering case number 18-1205-GA-AIR

NB Fire Report Jan. 2019

There were 16 Calls for Service. 


North Baltimore Fire Chief Hunker Fransico submitted the following Call Report for January 2019.

There were 16 Calls for Service.

Response to:CountComments
Eagleville Rd17Semi Fire
Main St6

Assist EMS

Insley Rd8MVA
I-756MVA
I-7521MVA
I-7521MVA
E Broadway10Assist/Police
Oil Center Rd11MVA
I-7514MVA
Deshler Rd9MVA
E Broadway St6Co2 Alarm
I-7513MVA
S Main 6Line Sparking
I-7512MVA
930 E Broadway St13Assist EMS
300 E Cherry St8Water Alarm

NB Board of Ed Meets

Officers elected, Board Calendar set, business taken care of, coaches hired, etc….

Officers elected, Board Calendar set, business taken care of, coaches hired, etc….

by JP Miklovic

The North Baltimore Local Schools Board of Education met Monday, January 14, 2019 in the library on the campus of NBHS.

The first meeting at 5:30 was the Organizational Meeting, highlighted by the election of officers. There were no changes with Tami Thomas continuing as President and Jaimye Bushey serving as the Vice President.

Set the Regular Meeting Schedule for 2019:

The 4th Tuesday of the month – 6:00 pm
at NB MS/HS – 2012 Tiger Drive

With the following date change exceptions: 
February 26
March 26
April 16 (3rd Tuesday due to Spring Break)
May 28
June 25
July 23 
August 27
September 24
October 22 
November 26
December 17  (3rd Tuesday due to Christmas Break)

The Regular meeting ensued at approximately 6:00 pm.

Following approval of December 18, 2018, Regular Meeting Minutes the board took the following action:

Heard monthly building principal reports (posted elsewhere on NBX).

Due to the early date of the Organizational and Regular January Board of Education Meeting, the financial reports will be available at the February Regular Meeting.

Approved supplemental contracts:

Type I

Cyndi Hotaling Indoor Track Coach Volunteer

AJ Knepper Indoor Track Coach Volunteer

Cyndi Hotaling Head Girls Varsity Track Step 5

Mike Senour Head Boys Varsity Track Step 3

Bradlee Rowlinson Assistant Track Coach Step 5

AJ Knepper Jr Hi Track Step 2

Troy Greeno Assistant Softball 50% Step 1

Rob Buchanan Assistant Softball 50% Step 1

Dan Jacobs Assistant Softball Volunteer

Cheyenne Hernandez Assistant Softball Volunteer

Marty Gazarek Head Baseball Coach Step 5

Jeff Long Assistant Baseball 50% Step 2

Randy Boyer Assistant Baseball Volunteer  

Council of the Whole Meets Feb. 12

Sidewalk issues, cemetery income, Southwood proposal and more!

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
February 12, 2019
AGENDA
5:30 PM

I. Call to order at 5:30 PM Public Safety Committee. Art Patterson – Chair

II. Call to order at 5:45 PM Public Utilities Committee. Aaron Patterson – Chair

III. Call to order at 6:00 PM Finance and Technology Committee. Leisa Zeigler – Chair

IV. Call to order at 6:15 PM Public Works Committee. Matt Beegle – Chair
Sidewalk Repair and Replacement- Priority list
a. Ohio Revised Code – Chapter 729: Assessments Sidewalks
b. City of Bowling Green: Maintaining and Repairing Sidewalks
c. City of Hiram, OH Sidewalk Code
Update on Maple Street – Safe Routes to Schools Project
Part time seasonal employee
Plow to the pavement? Why can’t we do this?
Cemetery- own revenue stream?
Summary on the Southwood Proposal

V. Call to order at 6:30 PM Economic and Community Development. Ty Carles – Chair
Development Update by Todd Dickerson, Consultant

VI. Call to order at 6:45 PM Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review. Tim Engard – Chair
Discussion on Ohio Municipal League Salary Survey Results (2017) /a percent given to everyone and then adjust accordingly

Discussion on Village Staff Cross-Training Opportunities
Threshold on purchasing?

VII. Mayor’s Items

VIII. Tree Commission

Village Council Minutes – 2019.01.02

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COUNCIL MINUTES – Jan. 2, 2019

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COUNCIL MEETING
January 2, 2019
MINUTES

 

I. Pledge of Allegiance
Mayor Goldner called the meeting to order at 5:30 PM and led the Pledge of Allegiance.
II. Roll Call:
Mayor Janet Goldner-Here, Matt Beegle-Here, Ty Carles- Here, Tim Engard -Here,
Aaron Patterson-Here, Art Patterson- Here, Leisa Zeigler-Here, Student
Representative- Zoey Beaupry, Clerk Kathi Bucher- Absent, Legal Counsel-Joel
Kuhlman
Motion to add Ordinance 2019-01 to agenda. Mr. Aaron Patterson made the motion.
Second by Mr. Engard All approved.
III. Approval of the Agenda:
Motion by Mr. Aaron Patterson to approve the agenda of tonight’s meeting as
amended. Second by Mr. Carles. All approved.
I. Election of the President of Council
Motion by Mr. Aaron Patterson to have Matt Beegle as president of council. Second by
Mr. Engard. All approved.
II. Assignment of Committees by the mayor
Motion by Mr. Aaron Patterson to accept the committees recommended by the mayor.
Second by Mr. Engard. All approved.
V. Assignment of seating by the mayor
VI. Approval of the mayor’s appointments to commissions and committees as
Presented
Mr. Aaron Patterson made a motion to approve Mayor’s appointments to commissions
and committees. Second by Mr. Carles. All approved.
Approval of the Minutes:
Motion by Mr. Carles to approve the minutes of the December 18, 2018 meeting. Second
by Mr. Beegle. All approved.
IV. Public Participation:
Mark Senecal- Mentioned there have been many improvements. Mr. Senecal has a
concern about the handicapped access sidewalks. He mentioned the city of
Maumee’s are excellent. Would like to see ours improved.
V. Letters and Communications:
Nothing
VI. Administrative Reports:
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Finance Officer:
EMS Chief:
Fire Chief:
Police Chief:
Utility Director:
DPW Superintendent:
Village Administrator:
Clerk:
Appointed Legal counsel:
Mayor:
VII. Standing Committees:
Economic and Community Development (Ms. Zeigler)
Public Safety (Mr. Art Patterson)
Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Carles)
Public Works (Mr. Aaron Patterson)
Public Utilities (Mr. Engard)
Finance and Technology (Mr. Beegle)
VIII. New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business
Mr. Aaron Patterson made a motion to read Ordinance 2019-01 by number and title only,
suspend the rules, dispense with the second and third readings and declare an
emergency.
Ordinance 2019-01 read by number and title only by the mayor.
Mr. Carles made the motion to adopt. Second by Mr. Aaron Patterson. All approved.
IX. Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
Nothing
X. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
Nothing
XI. Other New Business
Nothing
XII. Other Old Business
Nothing
XIII. Payment of the Bills
Nothing
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XIV. Adjournment
Mr. Aaron Patterson made a motion to adjourn. Second by
Mr. Carles. All approved.

Village Council Minutes – 2019.01.15

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COUNCIL – Jan. 15, 2019 MINUTES

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VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COUNCIL MEETING
January 15, 2019
MINUTES

I. Pledge of Allegiance
Mayor Goldner called the meeting to order at 5:30 PM and led the Pledge of Allegiance.
II. Roll Call:
Mayor Janet Goldner-Here, Matt Beegle-Here, Ty Carles- Here, Tim Engard -Here,
Aaron Patterson-Absent, Art Patterson- Here, Leisa Zeigler-Here, Student
Representative- Zoey Beaupry, Clerk Kathi Bucher- Here, Legal Counsel-Joel
Kuhlman
Mr. Carles made a motion to excuse Mr. Aaron Patterson. Second by Mr. Beegle.
All approved.
III. Approval of the Agenda:
Motion by Mr. Art Patterson to approve the agenda of tonight’s meeting. Second
by Mr. Beegle. All Approved.
Approval of the Minutes:
Motion by Mr. Beegle to approve the minutes of the Jan. 2 meeting at the next meeting.
Second by Mr. Art Patterson. No vote.
IV. Public Participation:
Joe Weissenberger, Walbridge, Ohio- had a few questions about our golf cart Ordinance. Will hang around to talk after the meeting.
Intech- Greg and Craig. Came to talk to the council members about our camera installation at the Park and Village Office area.
V. Letters and Communications:
Nothing
VI. Administrative Reports:
Finance Officer: hand out at council members seats; CCA income comparison, cleaning up items from each department, W2’s printed; Matt asked about the general fund, looking good.
EMS Chief:
Fire Chief: no questions for the chiefs, etc
Police Chief:
Utility Director:
DPW Superintendent:
Village Administrator: Res. 02-2019 Reveille-make an Ord; CRA
document-Village to move forward; working with
somone about sites to make our area attractive to
businesses
Clerk: Will add Ord/Res as an update/cross reference
Appointed Legal counsel: Nothing
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Mayor: State of the Village Address was read
VII. Standing Committees:
Economic and Community Development (Ms. Zeigler)
-Change Resolution to an Ordinance- CRA
Public Safety (Mr. Art Patterson)
-nothing
Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Carles)
-nothing
Public Works (Mr. Aaron Patterson)
-follow up with sidewalks; to be discusses at COTW (Mr. Brillhart); levy renewal
Public Utilities (Mr. Engard)
-the purpose of the motion-sell water for growth; outside bulk rate
Finance and Technology (Mr. Beegle)
-annual appropriations 2019- copy to everyone
VIII. New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business
RESOLUTION ORDINANCE 02-2019 AN RESOLUTION ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN
AGREEMENT WITH REVEILLE PLANNING. AND ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING COMMUNITY
‘REDEVELOPMENT AREA AND JOBS GRANT PROGRAM
DEVELOPMENT PLANNING SERVICES.
RESOLUTION 01-2019 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM (CIP) INCLUDING POLICIES AND
PROCEDURES IN PLANNING FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FOR
FISCAL YEARS 2019 – 2023.
IX. Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
Nothing
X. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
Nothing
XI. Other New Business
Nothing
XII. Other Old Business
Nothing
XIII. Payment of the Bills
Mr. Carles made a motion to pay the bills totaling $ 447,324.31. Second by Ms. Zeigler.
All approved.
XIV. Adjournment
The Mayor asked for adjournment at 6:19 PM. Motion and second by
all members. All approved.
Approved __________________________
Kathi R. Bucher, Clerk
Joel Kuhlman __________________________
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Village Solicitor Janet L. Goldner, Mayor
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Multiple Grants Gearing Up to Begin Soon in NB

NB Council Approves Security Cameras….

The February 5th council meeting of North Baltimore Village Council began at 5:30 p.m last Tuesday, February 5, 2019. The President of the Council Matt Beegle led the meeting in the absence of Mayor Janet Goldner who was ill.


There was no public participation at the meeting, however under “letters and communications” council member Leisa Zeigler said, “Thank you to the North Baltimore Police Department for door checking each and every night” in the business district.  

During administrative reports the police chief submitted a request for a needed part-time police officer position to be filled. Council approved hiring Chief Lafferty’s recommended candidate, David Collins, as a part-time officer beginning February 5th 2019. Chief Lafferty also mentioned that one of the recently hired dispatchers has already quit that position, leaving another vacancy.

Village Clerk Kathy Bucher informed members of council that the resolutions and ordinances were updated and had been sent to Walter Drane Company to be posted on the village website and in printed form, pending the obtaining of a  few needed outside signatures.

Village Administrator Michael Brilllhart shared information regarding several grants for 2019 including the Neighborhood Revitalization Grant, the Safe Routes to School Grant, (which will install new sidewalks along Maple Street from Rhodes Avenue to Rudolph Road) and the Wood County Parks Grant (for the Village Park which will include new basketball goal posts and backboards)All projects are slated for spring/summer 2019 start dates and the village will be seeking bids from qualified contractors/construction engineers in the near future.


Additionally, the Downtown Revitalization Project which is funded by ODOT (from Railroad northward) should also be moving forward within the next few weeks. The final plan is to be submitted by Poggemyer Design Group on behalf of the village by March 1st.

 Brillhart also gave an update of several village related meetings he had attended in the last 2 weeks

Other items discussed at the meeting:

%  Mr. Tim Engard (representing Personnel. policy and ordnance review Committee) was interested in seeing a new a list of “Spending  thresholds” on purchasing policies and would like to see village employees at all levels receive “customer service training” on a regular basis. Councilman Ty Carles added he would like to also see monthly “safety meetings/ trainings” held for all employees at all levels.

% Councilman Aaron Patterson (of Public Utilities committee) shared that he regularly held meetings on Fridays with Brian Roberts and Administrator Brillhart. Recent topics included new water tower design and a possible new bulk water rate which would help encourage economic development  and growth. Mr. Patterson also asked about the status of hiring a new finance officer.  At a previous meeting, the village had considered offering the position to the current Interim Finance Officer Tony Swartz, if they would be able to custom fit the position to meet their needs with his. Mr.Swartz was not present at the meeting.

%   Council members also began talking about their strategy for placing the Street Levy renewal on the next election ballot, as it expires this year and will need to be renewed.

%   Councilman Beegle also would like to see a part-time seasonal park employee and would like to investigate possible sources of revenue for the cemeteries.

% The first reading was given to an ordinance that authorized the village into an agreement with Intech IT solutions to purchase high-definition camera systems for the Village Park and the Village Hall at a cost not to exceed $7,800.

%   The village administrator was authorized to enter into an agreement with Civil Engineering Solutions for the purpose of an updated water rate study for the village of North Baltimore in an amount not to exceed $4,600. This in no way would be for the purposes of a rate increase to the citizens of North Baltimore. This is for economic growth and development.

% The council also gave a reading to a resolution adopting a five-year capital improvement program including policies and procedures and planning for capital expenditures for fiscal years 2019 through 2023.

% Councilwoman Leisa Zeigler reminded everyone the planning commission meets the last Monday of each month.

% Mr. Brillhart informed council members that he plans to present information on village sidewalks at the Council of the Whole meeting on February 12th. He said, “Some of the items will be brought forward at the next meeting in both form and substance, “referring to both sidewalks, and the request for conversation on salary comparisons with other villages of comparable size to NB.

NB Council Meets Tuesday Feb. 5

Here is the agenda for the Village Council Meeting…


VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COUNCIL MEETING
February 5, 2019
5:30 PM
AGENDA

I. Pledge of Allegiance

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of the Agenda

IV. Approval of the Minutes – Jan.2 and Jan. 15 Special Meeting and Regular

V. Public Participation (5min limit) – PLEASE Sign-In to address the council

VI. Letters and Communications

VII. Administrative Reports

Finance Officer:
EMS Chief: submitted
Fire Chief: submitted
Police Chief: submitted
Utility Director: submitted
DPW Superintendent:
Village Administrator: submitted

Clerk: Second readings: RESOLUTION 01-2019 ORDINANCE 2019-02 (changed from resolution) First readings: ORDINANCE 2019-03
ORDINANCE 2019-04 – ORD/RES sent to Walter Drane Company

Appointed Legal Counsel:
Mayor:

VIII. Standing Committees
Economic and Community Development (Mr. Carles)
Public Safety (Mr. Art Patterson)
Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Engard)
Public Works (Mr. Beegle)
Public Utilities (Mr. Aaron Patterson)
Finance and Technology (Ms. Zeigler)

IX. New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business

ORDINANCE 2019-03 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE
ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH INTECH IT
SOLUTIONS TO PURCHASE HIGH DEFINITION CAMERA SYSTEMS FOR
THE VILLAGE PARK AND VILLAGE HALL AT A COST NOT TO EXCEED
$7,800.

ORDINANCE 2019-04 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE
ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH CIVIL
ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS, LLC FOR THE PURPOSE OF PREPARING AN
UPDATED WATER RATE STUDY FOR THE VILLAGE OF NORTH
BALTIMORE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $4,600.

X. Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

ORDINANCE 02-2019 AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE
ADMINISTRATOR TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH REVEILLE
PLANNING. AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF
PROVIDING COMMUNITY ‘REDEVELOPMENT AREA AND JOBS GRANT
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT PLANNING SERVICES.

RESOLUTION 01-2019 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM (CIP) INCLUDING POLICIES AND
PROCEDURES IN PLANNING FOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FOR FISCAL
YEARS 2019 – 2023.

XI. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
None

XII. Other New Business

XIII. Other Old Business

XIV. Payment of the Bills

XV. Adjournment

Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk

Make designating a sober driver your game plan Super Bowl Sunday


COLUMBUS – Super Bowl Sunday is historically a day when friends and
family gather. The Ohio State Highway Patrol is urging fans to be safe this
Sunday by refraining from driving while impaired.

If you plan on consuming alcohol, don’t drive. Plan ahead and designate a sober driver. Troopers will be cracking down on impaired drivers on
Super Bowl Sunday. Help others make good choices by reminding them
Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

If you host a Super Bowl party, make sure your guests have a safe and
sober way home, and do not serve alcohol to anyone under 21 years of age.

During last year’s Super Bowl, the Patrol made 43 OVI arrests from 6 a.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday. During the 24-hour reporting period, there
were three fatalities and 276 injuries resulting from traffic crashes. One
of the traffic fatalities and 34 of the injuries were OVI-related. 
“The Patrol is committed to removing impaired drivers from our
roadways,” said Colonel Paul A. Pride, Patrol superintendent. “Make the
smart decision to designate a sober driver and influence your friends and family to make the same choice.”

The public is encouraged to use #677 to report impaired drivers and drug activity.

“Informal” Village Garage Sale and Trash Pick-Up 2019

Mark your calendars!


North Baltimore will hold their  VILLAGE WIDE TRASH PICK UP, for one day only Monday, June 17, 2019.

The village also reports that “Informal Community Garage Sales” will be the weekend of June 15th.