LAST DAY to APPLY – NB Village Public Works Department Laborer

The Village of North Baltimore is looking for some help in the Public Works Department.

Public Works Department Laborer:

The Village of North Baltimore (population 3200), Wood County, Ohio, is seeking applications from qualified persons for the position of Full-Time Laborer in the Public Works Department.

Qualifications require completion of secondary education and the ability to operate mowing and trimming equipment. Must be able to perform basic maintenance on mowing and trimming equipment and be able to work independently. Qualified candidates must be self-motivated and well organized. Must obtain a valid Ohio Commercial Driver’s license within 6 months of employment, and maintain eligibility to be covered under the Village liability insurance. Pay based upon experience.

Interested parties must submit: (1) a Village of North Baltimore employment application addressing all education, experience, and specialized training qualifications listed above, and (2) a list of five references, including at least three professional references, to: Donna Dettling, Administrator, 205 N Main Street, North Baltimore, Ohio, 45872. (419) 257-2394. Applications must be received no later than 5 p.m., April 27, 2015.

Preference will be given to residents of the Village of North Baltimore.

The Village of North Baltimore is an equal opportunity employer.
Village Help Wanted Public Works Laborer April 2015

Village Administrator Report – April 21

Donna Dettling, North Baltimore Village Administrator – April 21, 2015

Village Administrator Report

Donna Dettling, North Baltimore Village Administrator – April 21, 2015

Village Administrator Report 

1.     Meeting Review

·       March 31st– Benefit Strategies re: Review Health Insurance Provisions

·       April 1st – Local Government Officials Conference

·       April 2nd– Local Government Officials Conference

·       April 6th – Dave King re: Review Street Vacation Request

·       April 15th – Meet with PNC Bank Representative re: Bank Services Pricing

·       April 16th – Public Safety Work Session

·       April 16th – USDA Review CF Loan/Grant Application for Meter Project 

2.     Upcoming Meetings:

·       April 20th – First Federal Bank re: Bank Services Pricing

·       April 20th – BG Economic Development Lunch

·       April 23rd– TMACOG review funding source opportunities

·       April 23rd– Board of Zoning Appeals

·       April 24th – Tentative Southwood Corridor Ec.Dev. Meeting

·       April 24th–  Kathy Kolanko DW&Associates Park Equipment Representative

·       April 28th – Planning Commission

·       April 29th – Tree City Award Program

·       April 29th – NBACC Annual Dinner

·       April 30th – Mock Crash Event

·       May 5th – CDBG Project Prioritization Meeting 

3.     Compensation Plan Overview.  Chris and I are working on a Compensation Plan Overview and we will have something ready for Council review at the next COTW meeting, May 12, 2015.

4.     Municipal Building Roof Update.  A thorough update on the municipal roof and stand-alone communication tower is being completed and will be provided at the May COTW meeting. 

5.     USDA Community Facilities “CF” Loan/Grant Update.  Attached is the award notice for the CF Funding for two vehicles, which includes a 28.5% Grant in the amount of $17,800.  The paperwork to complete the Loan/Grant has not been received as of the writing of this report.  Andy Sterling requested copies of the vehicle invoices be submitted with the final paperwork.

Chris Kirk and I are discussing options for repayment; for example make two installments to pay back the loan; an amended appropriation ordinance for the 2015 budget to cover the first payment and the final payment would be included in the 2016 Appropriation Ordinance.  A recommendation will be forthcoming along with the necessary ordinance for Council approval.

Requested Motion:  Authorize the Village Administrator to finalize the Loan/Grant Agreement for the CF Loan/Grant Program to purchase a Patrol Vehicle and an EMS Vehicle.

Donna Dettling, North Baltimore Village Administrator – 1-419-257-2394

NB FINANCE OFFICER’S REPORT April 21, 2015

Village of North Baltimore FINANCE OFFICER’S REPORT Council Meeting April 21, 2015

Village of North Baltimore FINANCE OFFICER’S REPORT Council Meeting April 21, 2015

  • Appropriation explanation:

FIRST READINGS 

a. Appropriation Ordinance: Funding to support a part-time EMS department from 7/1/15-12/31/15. Based on first quarter figures, it is estimated that 34,800.00 will need to be appropriated to fund a part-time EMS department for the second half of the year.  These funds are being expended from the general fund carryover.

b. Appropriation Ordinance: The village received a reimbursement check for hazmat services provided on route 75. Per fire chief, he would like these funds to be added back into his 2015 budget. The revenue amount is $577.79.  The appropriation is in the same amount.

THIRD READINGS

c. Appropriation Ordinance 2015-11: $1,224.66 added to the 2015 EMS budget for Vehicle Repair. These funds are being expended from General Fund insurance proceeds.

2) Currently calculating the financial effects of the wage scale discussion at the 4/14/15 COTW. I will have more information at a later date.

3) Charles Harris and Associates is scheduled to begin the 2014 audit during the week of 5/11/2015.

4) Due to increasing fees from Huntington Bank, the Village Administrator and I have been exploring other banking options. We met with PNC Bank on 4/15, and we will be meeting with First Federal Bank on 4/20.

NB Council Minutes – April 7

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COUNCIL MEETING – APRIL 07, 2015 – MINUTES

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VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE
COUNCIL MEETING
APRIL 07, 2015
MINUTES
I. Pledge of Allegiance
Mayor Julien called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM and led the Pledge of Allegiance.
II. Roll Call:
Mayor Mike Julien-Here, Leslee Thompson-Here, Aaron Patterson-Here,
Janet Goldner-Here, Bill Cameron-Here, Rich Rose-Here, Art Patterson—
Here, Clerk Richard Van Mooy-Here, Student Representative Hank Matthes—Here.
III. Approval of the Minutes:
Motion by Ms Goldner to approve the minutes of the 03-17-15 meeting. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
IV. Public Participation:
Chet and Stephanie Clark addressed council on the water bill for 112 Zihlman St. The Clarks inherited the house and found a past due water bill of $1716.93 pending. This water usage is the result of a relative who lived in the house not paying the bills for a couple of years. The village did not put a lien on the property as our ordinance requires. Mr. Marcin said that since the owners died a couple of years ago, the six month window for a lien to be placed on the estate is past. As part of the discussion, no explanation on how this situation has been allowed to occur was provided. Referred to COTW. Motion by Mr. Cameron to forgive the outstanding water bill and start with a $ 0 balance based the village not filing a lien with in the required time period. Second by Ms Goldner. All approved.
Bonnie Knaggs asked if the village is planning on an unlimited pick up as has been done in the past. She was told that is 06-22-15 and that she should check the newsletter for this sort of information.
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V. Letters and Communications:
Ms Goldner reported that she has information on a Lowe’s grant program to assist towns with projects. She will send this information to Ms Dettling.
VI. Administrative Reports:
Finance Officer: Present. Report Submitted.
Mr. Kirk gave an overview of his report.
EMS Chief: Present. Report Submitted.
Based on Chief Matthes’ recommendation, Aaron Patterson made a motion to approve Larry Bateson as an EMS member. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
Chief Matthes pointed out that the response vehicle is in sad shape. Ms Dettling said that we are waiting to hear back from USDA regarding the discount purchase plan. If it is approved, sufficient funds remain form the last levy that was earmarked for EMS vehicle purchase that we should be able to replace the response vehicle with very little out of pocket expenditures.
Chief Matthes said that he’s just about ready to begin using EMS charting software. This electronic reporting system should allow for more unified reporting and perhaps better collections. Mr. Cameron asked Ms Goldner to stay on top of this.
Fire Chief: Present. Report Submitted.
Chief Francisco reported that Casey’s is seeking front end parts for #756.
Chief Francisco reported that four of the six new hires have passed their test.
Mr. Julien said that a resident had thanked him for the assistance that was recently provided by EMS, fire and police for her son.
Police Chief: Present. Report Submitted.
Chief Baer warned residents of a new scam that has surfaced recently. The scam involves a caller who identifies himself as an IRS employee. Chief Baer said that the IRS only uses US Mail and that if anyone gets one of these calls that police should be called.
Chief Baer reported that the department received 61 kid’s bike helmets through the “Put a Lid on It” grant. These will be distributed at Safety Village.
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In repose to Mr. Cameron’s question about duplicate reports, Chief Baer said that there are only 40 categories for the dispatcher to use then coding a report. This is the dispatcher’s decision and sometimes there is some redundancy in the coding.
Village Administrator: Present. Report Submitted.
Mr. Cameron asked about the replacement slide for the park. Ms Dettling said that it has been ordered but she fears that the company is in the process of closing and hence not filling orders. She may ask Mr. Marcin to look into this.
Mr. Cameron suggested that as part of the spring spruce up that the Street Department pound in the many nails that are lifting on the equipment.
Mr. Rose asked Ms Dettling to see if a dead tree on the southeast corner of Poe and CSX is a village tree.
Based on Ms Dettling’s recommendation, Ms Thompson made a motion to approve the CDBG Cover letter to be submitted with the CDBG Application for funding to make ADA Improvements at the Intersection of Broadway and Tarr Streets. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
Clerk: Present. No Report.
Solicitor: Present.
Mr. Marcin reviewed the latest revision to Ordinance 14-52.
Mr. Marcin reviewed his research regarding the ODOT contract concerning SR 18. He said that ODOT is only responsible for the pavement. Anything above that, including the light poles, is the village’s responsibility. A discussion of damage to the curbs and possible future damage to the light poles reached no conclusion other than all damage claims should be reported to the PD and an insurance claim filed. Aaron Patterson suggested that whenever poles are damaged in the future that they be replaced with cheaper non-matching poles.
Mayor: Present.
Based on the recommendation of the mayor, Aaron Patterson made a motion to pay 50% of the cost of replacement flags for Main St. The other 50% will be paid by the legion. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
Mr. Julien said that the 05-16-15 Safety Committee would be a good time to make firm plans for the community meetings to explain the emergency notification program.
Mr. Julien requested an executive session.
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VII. Standing Committees:
Economic and Community Development (Mr. Aaron Patterson)
No Report.
Public Safety (Ms Goldner)
Based on the recommendation of the Public Safety Committee, Ms Goldner made a motion to approve EMS Bylaws as revised 03-10-15. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
Based on the recommendation of the Public Safety Committee, Ms Goldner made a motion to approve using the Wood County Sheriff’s Office to dispatch services for all Fire and EMS calls effective 04-20-15. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
Based on the recommendation of the Public Safety Committee, Ms Goldner made a motion to approve continued participation with the Southern Wood County Regional EMS Study Group. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Rose)
No Report.
Public Works (Mr. Art Patterson)
Based on the recommendation of the Public Works Committee, Art Patterson made a motion to Enter into ODOT Agreement # 0115NB regarding SR 18. Second by Aaron Patterson who expressed his frustration with the village’s responsibilities for the upkeep of the roundabout under this agreement. All approved.
Mr. Cameron handed out a catalogue cut with information on a specialized swing for consideration for the playground.
Public Utilities (Ms Cameron)
Based on the recommendation of the Public Utilities Committee, Mr. Cameron made a motion to authorize the Village Administrator to publish the Public Notification of Intent to File and Application for USDA Community Facility Funding for the purchase of Water Meters and a Fixed Network Meter
Reading System. Second by Aaron Patterson. All approved.
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Based on the recommendation of the Public Utilities Committee, Mr. Cameron made a motion to Authorize the Village Administrator to request proposals to develop the Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) necessary for the USDA Funding Application to build a 2nd Elevated Water Storage Tank. Second by Aaron Patterson. All approved.
Based on the recommendation of the Public Utilities Committee, Mr. Cameron made a motion to authorize the village administrator to enter into an agreement with Rich Schantz to make a plan for transition planning for a successor to the current Utilities Superintendent at a cost not to exceed $1800. Second by Ms Thompson. All approved.
Mr. Cameron distributed copies of a newspaper article detailing proposed Federal legislation for funding for communities that are under EPA sewer orders. It was suggested that a representative from Mr. Latta’s office be invited to the COTW.
Finance and Technology (Ms Thompson)
No Report.
VIII. New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business
None
IX. Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
Ms Thompson made a motion that Ordinance 2015-11 be read by number and title only for the second reading. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved
Ordinance 2015-11 read by number and title by the mayor.
ORDINANCE 2015-11 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2015; PROVIDING EXPENDITURE FROM GENERAL FUND INSURANCE PROCEEDS (EMS VEHICLE REPAIR)
X. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions
Ms Thompson made a motion to remove Ordinance 14-52 from the table. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
Ms Thompson made a motion that Ordinance 14-52 be read by number and title only for the third reading. Second by Aaron Patterson.
Ordinance 14-52 read by number and title by the mayor.
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Ms Thompson made a motion to adopt Ordinance 14-52 as revised 04-06-15. Second by Aaron Patterson. All approved.
ORDINANCE 14-52 AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE CLOSING OF MORE THAN TWO RAILROAD CROSSINGS SIMULTANEOUSLY AND REQUIRING ADVANCED NOTICE BEFORE RAILROAD CROSSINGS ARE CLOSED FOR REPAIRS OR UPGRADING; ADOPTED AS NEW SECTION 553.06 OF THE VILLAGE CODIFIED ORDINANCES
Ms Thompson made a motion that Ordinance 2015-09 be read by number and title only for the third reading. Second by Mr. Cameron.
Ordinance 2015-09 read by number and title by the mayor.
Ms Thompson made a motion to adopt Ordinance 2015-09. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
ORDINANCE 2015-09 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2015; PROVIDING EXPENDITURE FROM GENERAL FUND GRANT PROCEEDS (Fire Dept.)
Ms Thompson made a motion that Ordinance 2015-10 be read by number and title only for the third reading. Second by Mr. Cameron.
Ordinance 2015-10 read by number and title by the mayor.
Mr. Cameron made a motion to adopt Ordinance 2015-10. Second by Ms Goldner. All approved.
ORDINANCE 2015-10 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2015; PROVIDING EXPENDITURE FROM GENERAL FUND GRANT PROCEEDS (Police Dept.)
XI. Other New Business
None
XII. Other Old Business
Mr. Cameron asked Ms Dettling for an update on the possibility of USDA funding for a new police cruiser. Ms Dettling said that all the paperwork has been filed and it’s a matter of waiting for the USDA response.
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XIII. Payment of the Bills
Ms Goldner made a motion to put the bills totaling $ 58,954.72 on the Claims Ordinance. Second by Mr. Aaron Patterson. All approved.
Aaron Patterson made a motion to pay the bills totaling $ 58,954.72. Second by Ms Goldner . All approved.
XIV. Executive Session
Aaron Patterson made a motion to enter into executive session at 9:05 PM for 121.22 G1 to consider the appointment of a public employee. Second by Art Patterson. All approved
XV. Return to Regular Session
Ms Goldner made a motion to return to regular session at 9:55 PM. Second by Mr. Rose. All approved.
Ms Thompson made a motion to authorize the village administrator to advertise for 1 or 2 Public Works employees if needed. Second by Mr. Cameron. All approved.
XVI. Adjournment
Mr. Rose made a motion to adjourn at 9:57 PM. Second by
Art Patterson. All approved.
Approved __________________________
Richard Van Mooy, Clerk
Chester H. Marcin __________________________
Village Solicitor Mike Julien, Mayor
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TMACOG Meeting in NB for potential overpass

Elected representatives from the village of North Baltimore, Henry Township and Wood County, joined village and county officials and planners from Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments (TMACOG) to discuss another overpass or grade separation for North Baltimore. The need for another overpass would be to help minimize delays in emergency response time that village and Henry Township residents experience due to the increased rail traffic into and out of the CSX Northwest Ohio Intermodal Tranship Yard, two miles west of town. CSX was invited to this meeting, but they did not send a representative to the meeting.

NB now averages 60 – 80 trains, per day, that pass through our town of about 3,500, on the CSX Mainline that runs from Chicago to ports on the East Coast. Of those trains, often more than 30 of the double stack container trains pass through the village, as they arrive or depart the 500 acre, $500 million railyard, which was recently expanded, as CSX added two more cranes, to total seven cranes. They also added several thousand feet of processing track. Many of these container trains can be nearly two miles long, and usually leave the yard very slowly, heading east bound, as they work to get up to speed. Trains going west bound into the yard also slow, often to a crawl, as they enter the yard.

With such heavy traffic at this “choke point”, CSX Dispatch often needs to stop multiple trains in succession, which can lead to trains blocking all five of the crossings in NB for as long as half an hour, sometimes longer. The North Baltimore “overpass” crossings include the I-75 bridge over the tracks about 2 miles east of town. In addition, in Galetea, just to the east of the interstate, there is another crossing, as well as an “interlocking” diamond, where north – south tracks intersect the east – west main lines. The “in-town” crossings are then, from the east, Poe Road (which was suggested as a possible location for an “under-pass” – by this writer), Tarr Street, Main Street, Second Street and Mitchell Road. CSX and the Wood County Port Authority built the overpass that is at Liberty High Road.

While all agreed that the blocked crossing in the village are a safety concern, officials said that addressing the issue could take many years and several million dollars. Similar projects have been completed in recent years include the overpass on Liberty Hi Road and two others in Fostoria, ranging anywhere from $8.5 million to $15 million. The lead time on completing the projects can sometimes be upwards of a decade, according to officials. Although the Liberty High Overpass and the State Route 18 around North Baltimore were two projects that happened very quickly, mostly to accommodate CSX.

The overall goal of another grade separation in North Baltimore has been added to the TMACOG 2045 Plan, meaning that a need is there, but that no funding is currently in place to begin examining the issue further.

TMACOG Transportation Meeting North Baltimore 2015 2
Wood County Engineer Ray Huber (right) explains the size and scale for the footprint of an overpass.
TMACOG Transportation Meeting North Baltimore 2015 3
Some of the officials gathered for the “stakeholders” meeting.
TMACOG Transportation Meeting North Baltimore 2015
The brown strip of paper represents the “footprint” of an Overpass Grade Separation of the CSX Main line, according to Wood County Engineer, Ray Huber. We see Poe Road with CSP (big white block) in the top map.

NB Council Meets Tonight – April 21

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COUNCIL MEETING – APRIL 21, 2015 – 7:30 PM – AGENDA

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VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COUNCIL MEETING – APRIL 21, 2015 – 7:30 PM – AGENDA 

  1. Pledge of Allegiance 
  1. Roll Call 

III.       Approval of the Minutes

 

IV.            Public Participation

 

  1. Letters and Communications 
  1. Administrative Reports

 

Finance Officer:

 

Village Administrator:

 

Recommendation:  Authorize the Village Administrator to finalize the Loan/Grant                                          Agreement for the CF Loan/Grant program to purchase a                                                    Police Patrol Vehicle and an EMS Response Vehicle

 

Clerk:

 

Appointed Legal Counsel:

 

Mayor:

 

  • Standing Committees   

      Economic and Community Development (Mr. Aaron Patterson)

 

Public Safety (Ms Goldner)

 

Report on the 04-16-15 Public Safety Committee meeting.

 

Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Rose)

 

Public Works (Mr. Art Patterson)

 

Public Utilities (Mr. Cameron)

 

Finance and Technology (Ms Thompson)

 

Recommendation:  All hiring recommendations will be accompanied by a written            recommendation from the appropriate supervisor.  The recommendation will             include the new hire’s name, job title, effective employment date, placement on        the compensation plan (if applicable) and the rate of pay

 

VIII.       New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business

 

 

ORDINANCE 2015-13  AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTAL             APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,             2015, PROVIDING EXPENDITURE FROM GENERAL FUND CARRYOVER (EMS)

 

ORDINANCE 2015-14  AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTAL             APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,             2015, PROVIDING EXPENDITURE FROM GENERAL FUND FIRE             REIMBURSEMENTS FOR SERVICE 

  1. Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions 

None 

  1. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

                   ORDINANCE 2015-11  AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SUPPLEMENTAL                               APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER                      31, 2015; PROVIDING EXPENDITURE FROM GENERAL FUND INSURANCE                    PROCEEDS (EMS VEHICLE REPAIR) 

  1. Other New Business 
  • Other Old Business 
  • Payment of the Bills 
  • Adjournment

Public Service Announcement – from the Village of North Baltimore

From North Baltimore Police Chief Allan Baer:

The Wood County Sheriff’s Office will be providing Dispatch Service for the NB Emergency Medical Service (EMS) and NB Fire Department. The service will no longer be provided by NB Police Dispatch Center.

From North Baltimore Police Chief Allan Baer:
The Wood County Sheriff’s Office will be providing Dispatch Service for the NB Emergency Medical Service (EMS) and NB Fire Department.  The service will no longer be provided by NB Police Dispatch Center.
For Any Medical or Fire emergencies a citizen must dial 911 or 419-354-9001.
Any need for Police service a citizen will continue to dial 419-257-2181.
The change will be effective on Monday April 20th 2015 at midnight. Please remember any Emergency Medical or Fire Service call must be 911 or 419-354-9001.
Thank you,
Chief Baer

Mayor issues Arbor Day proclamation

North Baltimore Village Mayor C. Michael Julien issued the annual Arbor Day Celebration proclamation and schedules tree planting at the village park on Saturday.

North Baltimore Village Mayor C. Michael Julien issued the annual Arbor Day Celebration proclamation and schedules tree planting at the village park on Saturday.

The Arbor Day tree will be planted in the Shelter House area of the park, on Saturday, April 18, 10:00 am, between #2 and #3.

There will also be a presentation of the plaque for the Lars Larson Shelterhouse #2 Improvement Project.

Everyone is invited to participate.

Mayor Proclamation Arbor Day 2015
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NB Council Committee of the Whole Agenda – April 14

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE – APRIL 14, 2015 – 5:45 PM TONIGHT

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE – APRIL 14, 2015 – AGENDA

I. Call to order at 5:45 PM for the Finance and Technology Committee. Leslee Thompson Chair, Rich Rose and Bill Cameron members.

A. 2016 Special Assessments

II. Call to order at 6:00 PM for Public Works Committee. Art Patterson Chair, Leslee Thompson and Aaron Patterson members.

A. Fire Department roof

B. Park Grants all three categories

III. Call to order at 6:15 PM for Public Safety Committee. Janet Goldner Chair, Rich Rose and Art Patterson members.

A. EMS Update

B. Reverse 911 activation

IV. Call to order at 6:30 PM for the Public Utilities Committee. Bill Cameron Chair, Janet Goldner and Leslie Thompson members.

A. Water bill for 112 Zihlman

B. Representative from Rep. Latta’s office

V. Call to order at 6:45 PM for the Economic and Community Development Committee. Aaron Patterson Chair, Art Patterson and Janet Goldner members.

A. Local Jobs Retention and Creation Programs

B. Review & Update: Downtown Improvement Project- Street Scape Enhancements

VI. Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review Committee. Rich Rose Chair, Bill Cameron and Aaron Patterson members.

A. No business

VII. Mayor’s Items

VIII. Tree Commission

Help Wanted: Driver

Part-time (30 hour per week) position based at our Bowling Green Production Kitchen

Help Wanted: Driver

Part-time (30 hour per week) position based at our Bowling Green Production Kitchen – Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  Examples of duties include: Packaging, prep and delivery of home-delivered and congregate meals, able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds consistently.

Qualifications:  Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, a proven record of working harmoniously with older adults as well as colleagues, be eligible for bonding and insurable under agency policy, possess a valid Ohio driver’s license with proof of auto coverage (state minimum), must have a minimum of 5 years driving experience and a demonstrated ability to operate large vehicles (CDL not required).  Successful candidate must successfully complete BMV and BCII background checks.

Agency application available at the Wood County Committee on Aging, 305 N. Main Street, Bowling Green, Ohio, on our website www.wccoa.net, or by calling 419.353.5661.  Deadline for submission of application is Friday, May 1, 2015.  EOE.

NB Fire Report to Council for March 2015

North Baltimore Fire Chief Ted Francisco II submitted the following report of activities for March 2015.

North Baltimore Fire Chief Ted Francisco II submitted the following report of activities for March 2015.

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NB Police Report to Council for March 2015

North Baltimore Police Chief Allan Baer submitted the following report to village council for March, 2015.

North Baltimore Police Chief Allan Baer submitted the following report to village council for March, 2015.

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