KILLBUCK VILLAGE COUNCIL
April 18th, 2016
Recital of the Pledge: The meeting was called to order by Mayor Denny Hahn, Present were Council members Rick Allison, Cindy Miller, Lisa Kauffman, Tim Carter, Gary Wagers and Pat Mishler.
Reading of the previous meeting minutes from April 4th with changes with a motion by Tim Carter to approve. Pat Mishler seconded with all others approving.
Also present was Street Commissioner Brian Rippeth, Solicitor Julie Dreher and Craig Proper.
Citizen’s Comments / Visitors
Craig Proper was present to see when the repair of his mother’s yard at the corner of South Railroad and Purdy Streets was going to happen. Tractor trailers cut the corner which means they are cutting in her yard. In the past it was discussed to place the bells on that corner but Street Commissioner Brian Rippeth said he wanted to cement it and make a high curb there. That is on the list to do.
Solicitor Julie Dreher passed out copies of the wage ordinance that needs reviewed for the revisions she made and then at the next meeting it can be discussed and approved or amended.
Susan from Aspen Energy emailed the Fiscal Officer asking about the gas aggregation.
Ordinances & Resolutions
Library Auction on April 16th raised $10,029.00.
Sheely Station property on the square might be going up for auction.
The Frank Arnold properties that are located behind the Sweet Shop sold.
Council Member Gary Wagers wondered if anyone should attend a seminar about the zika mosquitos that Dr. McFadden is giving in Charm at Kiem Lumber. After some discussion it was decided that Gary would call Dr. McFadden and see if he would come to Killbuck and speak as Killbuck probably has the highest mosquito population in the county.
Little League practice started tonight and the games will start April 25th.
Scarlet and Gray Turf Management treated the field at the park and will treat it two more times throughout the summer.
Park Board Members are needed.
The Mayor, Denny Hahn, reported to the Council that last May when the Fiscal Officer position was reviewed and a raise was given that covered the past five years, the Council wanted to review that every year when the rest of the employees receive their raises as the Fiscal Officer is not an elected position but an appointed one. The Mayor requested that the Council think about what recommendations they would like to make and it will be discussed at the May 2nd meeting.
Also he requested that the hours of the fiscal officer be placed on the water and sewer bills.
A motion for adjournment was made by Tim Carter; second by Pat Mishler. All others approved. The next council meeting will be Monday May 2nd, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.