Old Tiger head installed at the “Woody”

Here is a picture of Larry Snyder cleaning up after the installation of the Tiger head that was cut out of the old gymnasium floor of the old high school.

Here is a picture of Larry Snyder cleaning up after the installation of the Tiger head that was cut out of the old gymnasium floor of the old high school.
It now proudly hangs in the Larry Woodruff field house behind the new high school.
Old Tiger Head at Woody

submitted by Chris North (via email and you can too – editor@thenbxpress.com)

NB Kindergarten celebrates the 100th day of school

Mrs. Teyner’s kindergarten class celebrated the 100th day of school by making crowns, counting to 100 by 1’s and 10’s, drawing pictures of what they will look like when they are 100 and a snack of trail mix with 100 of each item.

Mrs. Teyner’s kindergarten class celebrated the 100th day of school by making crowns, counting to 100 by 1’s and 10’s, drawing pictures of what they will look like when they are 100 and a snack of trail mix with 100 of each item.
The class from L to R: Back Row: Jonah Hagemyer, Rylee Keller, Isabel Jones-Duran, Attlee Rowlinson, Caleb Mason, Linda Bloom
Middle Row: Michael Kochis-Dulaney, Marcus Hucke, Ian Ramirez, Donie Newman, Gavin Lee
Seated: Jason Spence, Makayla Matthes, Ryder Walter.

The 5th Annual Cabin Fever Reliever Winter Hike at Van Buren State Park

The 5th Annual Cabin Fever Reliever Winter Hike at Van Buren State Park

The 5th Annual Cabin Fever Reliever Winter Hike at Van Buren State Park is to take place on Saturday February 14th. The hike is self guided, with continuous starts from 10-11am.  Hikers typically follow one of two marked routes.  One route, the “Tenderfoot Route,” is about 2 miles long, with fairly even terrain and views of Van Buren Lake.  The other route is the “Frostbite Frolic Route.”  This 3.5 mile route is for more experienced hikers, and offers rolling terrain and ravines, with views of Rocky Ford Creek.  Following the hike,participants can warm up with a bowl of chili stewed in a pot over an open fire.
Participants should meet at shelterhouse #3, which is located on Township Road 229.  Refreshments will be served until 1:00pm or until they are gone!
Questions may be addressed to the park office at 419-832-7662, or by emailing natalierossman@yahoo.com.
VBLSP Cabin Fever Hike flyer
Join in the fun on Saturday!

Village Administrator Report – Feb. 3

Donna Dettling, Village Administrator Report to North Baltimore Village Council – Feb. 3

To:      Mayor Julien, Council, Clerk and Legal Counsel

From: Donna Dettling, Village Administrator

                             Date:    February 3, 2015

Re:      Village Administrator Report

  1. Meeting Review
  • January 16th – CSX Visit
  • January 20th – NWWSD meeting re: Sewer Capacity
  • January 21st – TMACOG General Assembly
  • January 22nd – Board of Zoning Appeals-Variance Hearing
  • January 22nd – SJS Investment meeting re: Review Investment
  • January 27th – Planning Commission Monthly Meeting
  • January 29th –  Meeting at Hancock-Wood Electric- George Walton
  • January 29th – Andrew Sterling USDA re: Funding with 30% grant
  • January 29th –Annual Mayor’s Meeting in Pemberville
  1. Upcoming Meetings:
  • February 2nd –  Meeting with Time Warner Cable – Leah Raab Account Manager
  • February 4th – Open House 142 N. Main re: Wood County Family Services of NW Ohio
  • February 9th –  City of BG re: Economic Development Meeting
  • February 12th – Grade Separation & Transportation Planning Stakeholders Meeting
  1. NWWSD Update. Andy Patterson, Bill Cameron and I met with Jerry Greiner and Tom Stalter on January 20th, at their request to review sanitary sewer projects that they would like to evaluate to determine if there’s an opportunity to send flow to NB Wastewater Treatment Facility.   One of the first things we need to do is update the 2007Coopertive Agreement the parties entered into.  In 2007 the Village did NOT have sewer capacity, however today with the successful completion of the Sewer Separation Project there is treatment capacity at the WWTP.  A copy of a draft Cooperative Agreement is attached to my report for your review.  We need to confirm if there are any other changes that need to be made besides Section Three Sanitary Sewer.  Note item 3 in that section references the Area Water Quality Management Plan or 208.  This document is updated every two years and it is currently being updated. I’ll include a copy of the most current 208 with the final Agreement.  At this time, we’ve not heard back from NWWSD with additional details.
  1. Plant Operator Selection Process.  Andy Patterson and I reviewed 20 applications with this first round of applications received.  We found 5 applicants that we want to bring in for an interview and I’ll be setting up the interviews the week of February 2ndand 9th.  We will continue to accept applications until the positions are filled.
  1. Rural Development USDA Community Facility Funding. I met with Andrew Sterling from USDA to discuss the funding opportunity that provides a 30% grant for community facility, equipment, and vehicles.  I recommend that the Finance Committee get together to research this further and work out details for how the Village might leverage our fund balances or restricted Capital Improvement dollars to take advantage of grant dollars.  Andy Sterling from USDA agreed to attend a Committee meeting to help get us going in the right direction.
  1. Railroad Overpass Stakeholder Meeting. REMINDER AND INVITE UPDATE. We are set for the Grade Separation Stakeholder Meeting on Thursday February 12, 2015 at 7p.  I’m planning to send out a reminder next week to those who have not responded yet.  I’ll provide an attendance count at the meeting.
  1. OML Legislative Luncheon.  Please confirm if anyone can join me for the 2015 OML Legislative Reception that will be held on March 18, 2015 from 6 to 7 p.m.
  1. 506 Beckett St. Dangerous Building. The Notice of Declaration of Public Nuisance for 506 Beckett was officially issued on January 29, 2015.  The current residence on file for Don Barringer the owner of 506 Beckett appeared vacant.  The phone number for his current residence was also disconnected.  Mr. Barringer has 60-days to abate the nuisance, which ends on March 30, 2015.  Although the notice was properly served it is likely that Mr. Barringer has not and may not receive it.  Therefore, I’m searching for other means to locate him and confirm receipt of the notice. The Ordinance allows the village to abate the nuisance and charge the costs against the land.

Donna Dettling

North Baltimore Village Administrator

1-419-257-2394

NB SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING JAN. 27, 2015 MINUTES

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING JANUARY 27, 2015 MINUTES

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING JANUARY 27, 2015 MINUTES

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  1. Pledge of Allegiance

 

Mayor Julien called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

  1. Roll Call:

 

Mayor Julien-Here, Janet Goldner–Here, Aaron Patterson-Here,

Leslee Thompson-Here, Bill Cameron-Here, Art Patterson-Here, Rich Rose—Here,  Clerk Richard Van Mooy-Here.

 

  • New Business/Legislation

 

                   Aaron Patterson made a motion that discussion of the village snow removal policy be                put on the agenda for discussion purposes.  Second by Art Patterson.  All approved                            except Ms Thompson who voted no.

 

Aaron Patterson said that the current snow removal policy is ridiculous and should be               revised by the Public Works Committee, the Personnel, Policy and Ordinance                          Review Committee and Ms Dettling.  Ms Dettling circulated a draft of such a                                            revision.  Aaron Patterson said that the village can do a better job of snow removal in           support of our citizens.  He also said that a revised policy would be helpful for Ms                            Dettling.

 

Mr. Cameron raised the issue of cars being parked on snow streets without action                      from the police department.  Mr. Cameron said he checked the sign on East                                      Broadway and all but one a legible.  He also noted that all the signs that were                                 removed from N. Tarr St. for the SSP have not been reinstalled.  Mr. Julien or Ms                                 Dettling will check into the missing signs.

 

Referred to COTW.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Old Business/Legislation

 

                  Mayor Julien read Ordinance 2015-01 by number and title for the third reading.

 

Aaron Patterson made a motion to adopt Ordinance 2015-15.  Second by  Ms                                           Goldner.  All approved except Ms Thompson and Mr. Cameron who voted no.

 

 ORDINANCE 2015-01 AN ORDINANCE VACATING A CERTAIN NORTH-                                SOUTH ALLEY RIGHT OF WAY IN THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE,                    BOUNDED BY INLOTS 124 THROUGH 128 ON THE EAST AND INLOTS 129                          THROUGH 133 ON THE WEST

 

  1.                   Adjournment

 

       Aaron Patterson made a motion to adjourn at  7:21 PM.  Second by

Mr. Cameron.  All approved.

 

 

 

 

Approved                                                        __________________________

Richard Van Mooy, Clerk

 

 

Chester H. Marcin                                          __________________________

Village Solicitor                                               Mike Julien, Mayor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NB COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES – JAN. 20, 2015

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE COUNCIL MEETING – JANUARY 20, 2015 – MINUTES

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VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE COUNCIL MEETING JANUARY 20, 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:

 

Before the roll call Mayor Julien introduced Hank Matthes who is the second                               semester student representative to council.  He also thanked first semester rep                     Kylie Hiser for her service.

 

Mayor Mike Julien-Here, Leslee Thompson-Here, Aaron Patterson-Here,

Janet Goldner-Here, Bill Cameron-Here, Rich Rose-Here, Arthur Patterson III— Here, Clerk Richard Van Mooy-Here, Kylie Hiser—Student Representative—Present, Hank Matthes—Student Representative—Present.

 

III.           Approval of the Minutes:

 

Motion by Aaron Patterson to approve the minutes of the 01-06-15 meeting.  Second by Ms Goldner.  All approved.

 

Motion by Aaron Patterson to approve the minutes of the 01-13-15 special meeting.  Second by Art Patterson.  All approved.

 

Motion by Aaron Patterson to approve the minutes of the 01-15-15 special meeting.  Second by Mr. Rose.  All approved.

 

IV.            Public Participation:

 

None

 

  1. Letters and Communications:

 

                   Aaron Patterson asked Mr. Marcin if a letter written to him as a council                           person is a public record.  He was told yes.

 

                   Aaron Patterson voiced concern about the snow removal procedures in the                       village.  Mr. Cameron and Ms Thompson voiced concern that cars were being                    left on the snow streets and not being towed or ticketed.  Chief Baer said that                                council had not provided him with direction based on the 2013 snow removal                               discussions.  He further stated that most of the signs on the snow streets are                           illegible.  Aaron Patterson volunteered to drive the snow streets and verify                           the signs’ condition.

 

Ms Dettling said that she would review and revise our snow removal                                             procedures.  She said that our current procedures do not take into                                       consideration the safety of the traveling public nor pedestrians.  Ms Dettling                               said that she did not believe that our current street superintendent has the                                safety of the public in mind when it comes to snow removal.  Aaron                                            Patterson reminded council that we recently increased the number of                                       employees in that department so snow removal should be a higher priority.

 

Mr. Julien said that Ms Dettling had the full support of council on this issue.

 

  1. Administrative Reports:

 

Finance Officer: Not Present.  Excused

 

Ms Dettling said that were no bills but that would be plenty to go around at the next meeting.

 

Village Administrator: Present.  Report Submitted.

 

Ms Dettling reviewed her written report including the Liberty High ditch assessment.  Ms Dettling said that the village’s total assessment for all ten years is estimated at $547.44 and that most residents will pay a onetime assessment of $10.

 

Ms Dettling reported that she is working with Mr. Marcin on a letter to declare a home at 506 Beckett a dangerous building.  This is the first step in seeking its demolition.

 

Ms Dettling announced that the railroad stakeholder meeting is 02-12-15 at 7:00 PM in council chambers.

 

Clerk: Present.

 

Mr. Van Mooy explained that he added a motion to table Ordinance 14-52 as was discussed by council.  By tabling the ordinance, we can seek CSX comments before the adopting.

 

 

Appointed Legal Counsel: Present.

 

Mr. Marcin said that he sent Ms Dettling a draft of the income tax forgiveness ordinance.  After he cleared up a couple of items with her he will send it to all members.

 

Mayor:  Present.

 

Mr. Julien read his state of the village speech.  It was warmly received by members of both council and the audience.

 

  • Standing Committees:

 

Economic and Community Development  (Aaron Patterson)

 

No report.

 

Public Safety  (Ms Goldner)

 

Based on Chief Baer’s recommendation, Aaron Patterson made a motion to purchase a 2009 Ford police cruiser that is outfitted as a K9 unit from the Fostoria PD at a cost of $2500.  The purchase will be paid for with a portion of the CSX grant allocated for equipment relating to a K9 unit.  Second by Mr. Rose.  All voted yes except Ms Thompson and Mr. Cameron who voted no.

 

Ms Goldner reminded all of the next Safety Committee meeting: 02-19-15 at 6:00 PM.  Mention was made of pizza.

 

Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review (Mr. Rose)

 

No Report.

 

Public Works  (Art Patterson)

 

No Report.

 

Public Utilities (Mr. Cameron)

 

Mr. Cameron reported on a meeting with Northwest Water and Sewer to

discuss the possibility of cooperative efforts including the purchase of sewer

capacity by Northwest.  A number of details need to worked out including a

review of our 2007 agreement with Northwest.  Additional discussions are

planned.

 

 

 

Discussion of the existence of a 30% refund/rebate policy for major

purchases financed through USDA was discussed.  Ms Dettling will meet

with the USDA and seek full details of the program and its applicability to

village purchases.

 

Mr. Cameron reported that he and Ms Dettling are beginning the paper

screening of applicants for the two positions at the treatment plant.

 

Finance and Technology  (Ms Thompson)

 

Based the recommendation of the finance committee Ms Thompson made a

motion to grant all employees a 1% raise effective 01-01-15.  Second by Mr.

Cameron. All voted yes except Aaron Patterson who voted no.

 

  • New Legislation, Resolutions, Motions or Business

 

                   None

 

IX.             Second Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

 

Aaron Patterson made a motion to read Ordinance 2015-01 by number and                       title only for the second reading.  Second by Ms Goldner.

 

Ordinance 2015-01 read by number and title by the mayor.

 

ORDINANCE 2015-01 AN ORDINANCE VACATING A CERTAIN NORTH-SOUTH ALLEY RIGHT OF WAY IN THE VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE, BOUNDED BY INLOTS 124 THROUGH 128 ON THE EAST AND INLOTS 129 THROUGH 133 ON THE WEST AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

 

  1. Third Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions

 

                   Ms Thompson made a motion to table Ordinance 14-52.  Second by Mr.                           Cameron.  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

 

  1. Other New Business

 

                   None

 

 

 

 

 

      XII.    Other Old Business

 

                   Ms Thompson asked that the school remove the weathered spirit ribbons                          that are tied all over town.  Mr. Julien said that he would contact Supt.                               Delaney.

 

  • Payment of the Bills

 

                   No bills were presented for payment.

 

  • Adjournment

 

Aaron Patterson made a motion to adjourn at 8:32 PM.  Second by

Art Patterson.  All approved.

 

 

 

Approved                                                        __________________________

Richard Van Mooy, Clerk

 

 

Chester H. Marcin                                          __________________________

Village Solicitor                                                    Mike Julien, Mayor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

Sports Boosters “Cabin Fever” Raffle Info

The North Baltimore Sports Boosters will hold its annual “Cabin Fever” reverse raffle in March – mark you calendar!

The North Baltimore Sports Booster will hold its annual “Cabin Fever” reverse raffle on March 14,2015 at the North Baltimore Eagles.

Doors open at 6pm with first ticket drawn at 6:30pm.

Please join us for an evening full of fun and help support your local athletes.

*****Food and Drinks Provided*****

****Door Prizes****

***Entertainment to follow***

THE NORTH BALTIMORE EAGLES IS A SMOKE FREE ENVIRONMENT

See a Sports Booster member, a NBHS Varsity Coach, go to the high school office or

contact Jeff Long (419-722-8170) or Gary Bretz (419-409-0717) for tickets, information or make a donation!

NB Committee of the Whole Agenda – Feb. 10

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE – FEBRUARY 10, 2015 – AGENDA

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE – COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE – FEBRUARY 10, 2015 – AGENDA

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

 

  1. 2015 Budget Review and Recommendation to Establish Financial goals—                                discussion

 

  1. Andy Sterling, USDA

 

  1. Call to order at 6:15 PM for Public Works Committee. Art Patterson Chair, Leslee Thompson and Aaron Patterson members.

 

  1. Snow Removal Policy (in conjunction with the Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review Committee.)

 

  • Call to order at 6:45 PM for Public Safety Committee. Janet Goldner Chair, Rich Rose and Art Patterson members.

 

  1.  EMS Update

 

  1. Public Utilities Committee. Bill Cameron Chair, Janet Goldner and Leslie Thompson

 

  1. No Business

 

  1. Economic and Community Development Committee. Aaron Patterson Chair, Art             Patterson and Janet Goldner members.

 

  1. No Business

 

  1. Call to order at 7:00 PM for the Personnel, Policy and Ordinance Review Committee.    Rich Rose Chair, Bill Cameron and Aaron Patterson members.

 

  1.  Review of Employee Handbook Section ____

 

  1. Snow Removal Policy—streets and sidewalks

 

  1. Parking Regulations and Signage

 

VII.     Mayor’s Items

 

  1. Communications Report

 

  1. Mowing of Neglected Properties

 

 

VIII.     Clerk’s Items

 

  1. Resolution and Ordinances Agenda Protocols

 

 

  1. Tree Commission

 

 

 

 

 

NB Village Public Notice (3/9/2015) – Income Tax Filing Assistance

The Village of North Baltimore provides free assistance for citizens filing their City Income Tax each year. Please mark your calendar that Central Collection Agency; North Baltimore’s income tax administrations will be at the Village Hall on the following dates to assist citizens with their City Income Tax filling.

NB Village Public Notice - Income Tax Assistance

PUBLIC NOTICE

LOCAL INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE  

The Village of North Baltimore provides free assistance for citizens filing their City Income Tax each year.  Please mark your calendar that Central Collection Agency; North Baltimore’s income tax administrations will be at the Village Hall on the following dates to assist citizens with their City Income Tax filling.

  • March 21, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • April 10, 2015 from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Please contact Chris Kirk, Village Finance Officer if you have any questions.

Chris Kirk, Finance Officer

419-257-2394

Village of North Baltimore

Published: Monday, March 9, 2015

Wood County Park District Programs Update

Many programs and volunteer opportunities available…..

Upcoming Programs from the Wood County Park District

(Programs are free unless otherwise stated.)

 

Monitoring Kickoff

Tuesday, February 10; 6:30-8:00 p.m.

W.W. Knight Nature Preserve

29530 White Road, Perrysburg

Learn about the different monitoring opportunities being offered by the Wood County Park District in 2015.  We’ll give a short report on the 2014 monitoring programs, then we’ll let you know how to get involved in 2015.  A special treat will be provided! Leader: Bryan Bockbrader

 

Greenhouse Help

Tuesday, February 12; 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Reuthinger Preserve

30730 Oregon Road, Perrysburg

Come help us grow plants at the Native Nursery and Greenhouse.  Volunteers may be asked to perform a variety of functions such as transplanting seedlings, filling pots, or watering plants.  No experience necessary.

Friends of the Wood County Park District General Membership Meeting

Sunday, February 15; 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Otsego Park:  Thompson Stone Hall

20000 West River Road, Bowling Green

Join the Friends of the Wood County Park District for the General Meeting.  A light meal will be served followed by a speaker presentation.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Love in the Sky

Tuesday, February 17; 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Beaver Creek Preserve

23028 Long Judson Road, Grand Rapids

Explore the stars through mythological tales of love, jealousy, faithfulness, and betrayal from around the world. Spotting scopes and a telescope will be on hand and ready to use, but feel free to bring your own! Hot drinks will be available in the lodge. Dress for the outdoors.   Cost: $5; FWCP $3. Leader: Craig Spicer

Living Green at Home:  Green Edition

Thursday, February 19; 6:30-8:00 p.m.

W.W. Knight Nature Preserve:  Friends’ Green Room

29530 White Road, Perrysburg

Learn tips and tricks to help you reduce your heating costs this winter!  In this 2nd Edition of Living Green at Home, you will get a refresher on how to save energy and money by doing simple things around your home.  Join the discussion on comparison of alternative energy options, insulation, home improvements, and efficient appliances. You may even win a green living prize at the end of the program!  Leaders: Eric Scott and Zeb Albert

Brown Bag Lunch and Seed Cleaning!

Saturday, February 21, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Park District Headquarters:  Community Classroom

18729 Mercer Road, Bowling Green

Pack your lunch (refrigerator and microwave available) and come help us clean the last of the native seeds for the season.  You can stay part of the time or all 4 hours.  These seeds were collected by volunteers to be propagated in the greenhouse or sown out in the parks. No experience needed and all the work will be done indoors in the heat!  Leader:  Lori Parratt

OCVN Applications Due February 15, 2015.

OCVN Logo

 

The Wood County Park District Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist (OCVN) program is now accepting applications for the 2015 OCVN course..

 

Visit our website to print out a brochure, tentative syllabus, application, position description and more.  Applications are due February 15 and are available to pick up at Park District Headquarters, 18729 Mercer Road, Bowling Green, Ohio.

 

For more information about the OCVN program, please contact:  Craig Everett, OCVN Cooperator, OSU Extension at 419-354-9050 or Lori Parratt, Volunteer Services/Communications Specialist, Wood County Park District, at 419-353-1897.

Powell Students help the Heart Association

February is Heart Month……. with North Baltimore Powell students raising over $900!

Students at Powell Elementary with the help of their Physical Education Instructor, Mr. Zach Walls, found a way to help the American Heart Association this February. It is  Heart Month.

This year our students in Kindergarten through Grade 3 participated in a Jump Rope for Heart program.

Mr. Zach Walls joins in on the jumping fun
Mr. Zach Walls joins in on the jumping fun

 

Kindergartners through 3rd graders jump their hearts out!
Kindergartners through 3rd graders jump their hearts out!

The students in Grades 4-6 did a Hoops for Heart program.

Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders keep their eyes on the ball!
Fourth, fifth, and sixth graders keep their eyes on the ball!
Going after the rebounds
Going after the rebounds

February 5th and 6th were the activity days. Students jumped, or played 3 on 3 basketball games to complete the activity.

Student got sponsors and then collected the donations for their participation in the program. Mr. Walls set a goal of $200 as the donation from our Powell Students. He is pleased to announce that $989 was raised for this first year event. He hopes to make this an annual event for the Powell Students. Students will receive prizes according to how much they raised.