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Village Administrator Report – July 5

Allyson Murray, North Baltimore Village Administrator presented the following report to village council at the July 5th council meeting.
Date: July 5, 2016
Village Administrator Report

1. Meeting Review

• June 6 – Meeting with Columbia Gas @ Pump Station
• June 6 – TIPP Monitoring Meeting in BG at ODOT Office @ 11:30am
• June 6 – Bid Opening for Sludge Removal @ 2:00pm
• June 7 – Village Council Meeting at 7:00pm
• June 8 – Grant Writing Workshop 10:00am-4:00pm Fallen Timbers Visitors Center
• June 8 – Meeting with North Baltimore Garden Club @ 5:00pm
• June 9 – Meeting with Poggemeyer @ 4:00pm at village office
• June 14 – Committee of the Whole Meeting @ 5:45pm
• June 14 – Safety Drill with area Fire Divisions and CSX @ CSX
• June 15 – Wood County Economic Development Luncheon noon @ Am. Legion
• June 16 – Ohio Mayor’s & Manager’s Conference at Dublin Marriott
• June 21 – Sewer Plant Headworks Meeting @ 10:00am at Village Office
• June 24 – Communications Tower Bid Opening at 2:00pm
• June 28 – Planning Commission Meeting at 5:30pm at Village Office
• June 29 – Chamber of Commerce Meeting on GOST Festival at noon Hancock Wood
• July 4 – Happy 4th of July

2. Upcoming Meetings:

• July 5 – Village Council Meeting @ 7pm
• July 11 – Tree Commission Meeting @ 6pm Village Office
• July 12 – COTW Meeting at 5:30pm with Special Village Council Meeting to follow
• July 13 – Wood County Land Use Plan Steering Committee Meeting @ 7pm
• July 19 – Meeting with Peterson Construction & Jones Henry on Headworks Projects

3. Municipal Building Roof Update – Work continues on the municipal building roof. We are working with Peterman and Helms to re-route or disconnect two unnecessary fans that currently vent out the existing roof. We do not wish to cut holes in the new roof to vent these fans as Peterman suggested in the initial plans. We wish to keep the possibility of leaks at a minimum.

4. Parcel Split/Zoning Change Request – The Village Planning Commission met on Tuesday June 28, 2016 and heard the request from RKNC to split 30 feet x 95.02 feet from Parcel # F23-310-350210013001 owned by Ben & Erin Carlton and have it combined with Parcel # F23-310-350210002000 owned by RKNC. This will allow RKNC, owners of the Drive-Thru, to add this area to enhance the driveway and turn-around. The Planning Commission voted 5-0 to approve the split.

Ordinance 2016-__ amends the zoning for the 30 feet x 95.02 feet of property that is being split from Parcel # F23-310-350210013001 owned by Ben & Erin Carlton and combines it with Parcel # F23-310-350210002000 owned by RKNC. This ordinance addresses the need to amend the zoning on the property that was split. More detailed information will be provided at the council meeting.
5. Lagoon Cleaning Bid – After receiving 0 bids for our original lagoon project we did finally receive one quote for $24,900 from PohlKat Company of Sidney, Ohio. As the only company showing any interest in this project we need to move forward with them so we can get the Lagoons cleaned.
Proposed Motion: Recommendation to authorize Public Utilities Superintendent Andy Patterson to enter into an agreement with PohlKat to clean the Lime Lagoons for the Village.

6. Main Street Corridor – The village applied for the next round of TIPP Funding by submitting our application on Friday June 3, 2016. Met with Lance Dasher the Transportation Planner from TMACOG and the TIPP funding board on Monday June 6, 2016 at the ODOT Office in BG to ensure that North Baltimore continues on the list of communities seeking funding for our downtown projects. Due to the fact that we are phasing this project in with waterline replacement and the Downtown Enhancement Project we should qualify some funding but will know more in the fall.
7. Update on 2016 Tree Removal Project –Ashcraft Tree Service has begun working on the hazard tree removal throughout the village. The contract states that all trees will be removed prior to August 1, 2016 and that no work will be done Saturday July 30, 2016 during Good Old Summertime Festival. Ashcraft is more than halfway through our list of hazard trees for 2016 and should be finishing up in the next few weeks. If citizens have questions regarding tree removal please contact the village office.

8. Village Awarded CDBG Grant – the Village submitted an application to the county for the next round of CDBG funding to update our Little League Concession Stand Restrooms at the Village Park to ADA compliant Restrooms to allow easier access for all visitors to the park. The Wood County Planning Commission and County Commissioner approved our grant, one of only four in Wood County to be approved. Work can begin on this project after January 1, 2017.
9. Communications Tower – The Village received one bid for the Communications Tower Project that was opened on June 24. 2016 at 2:00pm. Perry Pro-Tech had the only bid at $72,335.23. This is substantially lower than quotes I had received from another vendor early in the year.
Proposed Motion: Recommendation to award the bid for the Communications Tower Project to Perry Pro-Tech.
10. Wastewater Plant Headwork’s Project – The doghouse demolition has taken place. On June 16, 2016 we began “by-pass” pumping. We needed to utilize temporary pumps to continue to treat the sewer flow while this project is taking place.

We had one complaint in the DOLD neighborhood about the loud humming sound coming from the “by-pass” pumping. Mayor Goldner, Andy Patterson, Doug Wickard, Chris Schnipke of Peterson Construction, Chief Baer and I met first thing Monday morning June 27, 2016 at the sewer plant to monitor the noise on a decibel meter. When standing at the pump in question we got readings in the 70s, when standing at the fence readings were in the 60s and in front of the home in question the readings were in the 40s.

More information will be presented on this matter at the council meeting Tuesday night.
11. Recommendation to Hire New EMS – Included with this packet is a letter from Chief Mattes recommending the hiring of Steven Stachoviak as a part-time EMT as well as Crystal Henry and Trenton Strickland as volunteer EMTs. A Form F-19a is included for each individual recommended for hire. By hiring additional EMS members it does not increase our costs, it merely increases our flexibility in scheduling which is much needed this time of year.
12. Resolution to Work With ODNR for Fish in Reservoir – Tonight a resolution to work with ODNR for the next 25 years to stock our reservoirs with fish will be on the agenda. More information will be provided at the council meeting.

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