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VILLAGE OF RIVERLEA
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
April 18 , 2005

THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF RIVERLEA MET ON THE ABOVE DATE AT 302 WEST RIVERGLEN DRIVE. THE FOLLOWING COUNCIL MEMBERS WERE PRESENT: MARY JO CUSACK, MAYOR; PAMELA M. COLWELL; SCOTT K. GORDON; JOHN A. SCHAER; RENEE SHANNON; RODNEY TETTENHORST AND PAUL J. ZENISEK. ALSO PRESENT WERE GARY A. BRUCK, BUILDING/ZONING COMMISSIONER; DANIEL A. McINTYRE, STREET COMMISSIONER; STEVEN W. MERSHON, SOLICITOR; NEIL R. MORTINE, MARSHAL; DAN E. OWENS, CLERK-TREASURER AND LOIS YOAKAM NEWSLETTER EDITOR. WORTHINGTON'S POLICE CHIEF MAUGER WAS A GUEST OF COUNCIL. THE MAYOR CALLED THE MEETING TO ORDER AT 7:30 P.M.

THE MAYOR, COUNCIL AND CHIEF MAUGER DISCUSSED POLICE PROTECTION IN THE VILLAGE. RELATIONSHIP OF PARKING AND ZONING ORDINANCES; CONFLICTS OF REGULATIONS BETWEEN WORTHINGTON, RIVERLEA AND THE OHIO REVISED CODE; REPORTING OF VIOLATIONS; PATROL CHECKS AND HOURS WORKED AND PARKING ON LEFT SIDE OF STREETS WERE THE MAJOR ITEMS COVERED. CHIEF MAUGER STATED FIRE DEPARTMENT PRIORITIES RELATIVE TO PARKING, EXITED THE MEETING TO ANSWER A PERSONAL PHONE CALL AND EXPRESSED HIS OPINION OF THE ECONOMIC EFFECT OF OSU AIRPORT EXPANSION. CHIEF MAUGER EXITED THE MEETING AT 8:00 P.M.

MINUTES

05-22

MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS REGULAR MEETING OF MARCH 21, 2004, WERE NOT READ SINCE EACH MEMBER HAD RECEIVED A COPY. TETTENHORST MOVED AND SCHAER SECONDED A MOTION THAT THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING BE APPROVED AS SUBMITTED BY THE CLERK-TREASURER. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0.

CLERK-TREASURER REPORT

05-23

GORDON MOVED AND TETTENHORST SECONDED A MOTION TO APPROVE THE PAYMENT OF BILLS AND TO ACCEPT THE FINANCIAL REPORTS FOR MARCH 2005, AS SUBMITTED BY THE CLERK-TREASURER. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0. SEE BOARD REFERRAL FILE NO. 05-012.

REPORTS OF OFFICIALS

THE MAYOR COMMENTED ON THE WOOSE PRESENTATION TO BE MADE AT THE OLD WORTHINGTON ASSOCIATION MEETING AND THE WORTHINGTON COUNCIL'S RESOLUTION CALLING FOR A SINGLE EVENT NOISE REPORT RELATIVE TO OSU AIRPORT EXPANSION. SHE REPORTED ON HAVING ATTENDED A LEGISLATIVE LUNCHEON AT THE STATE HOUSE. THE MAYOR STATED THAT COLWELL WILL PREPARE DATA TO SUPPORT COUNCIL'S ACTION ON THE TAX LEVY. THE MAYOR CALLED A MEETING OF THE INVESTMENT AND AUDIT COMMITTEE TO MEET AT 3:00 P.M. MAY 2, 2005, AT 302 WEST RIVERGLEN DRIVE TO DISCUSS A TAX LEVY, INVESTMENTS AND THE 2006 BUDGET. THE MAYOR ANNOUNCED A COMC MEETING, A WORTHINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING, THE RED MASS, OHIO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE SEMINARS, A HISTORICAL WALK FOR VILLAGE RESIDENTS, FRANKLIN COUNTY'S FIVE YEAR PLAN AND SWACO STORM WATER FEES. SHE COMMENTED ON WORTHINGTON'S REVISED SOLICITATION LAWS AND THEIR HAVING REMOVED THE BICYCLE PATHWAY FROM THEIR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. THE MAYOR STATED THAT THE WORTHINGTON ARTS COUNCIL IS SEEKING INPUT FROM THE VILLAGE FOR THEIR ARTS CENTER PROJECT AND COTA FOR THEIR BOARD.

THE SOLICITOR OUTLINED TAX LEVY RATES, STATED THAT CODIFICATION WILL BE COMPLETED AFTER THE JUNE MEETING OF COUNCIL, STATED THAT OUR TRASH HAULER DOES USE THE FRANKLIN COUNTY LAND FILL, REVIEWED SUBDIVISION AND LOT SIZE REQUIREMENTS AND DISCUSSED LOT COVERAGE OPTIONS. SCHAER AND THE STREET COMMISSIONER WILL REVIEW REQUIREMENTS OF THE STORM WATER PLAN.

05-19

THE BUILDING/ZONING COMMISSIONER REPORTED THAT THE COMMISSION HAD NOT MET SINCE THE MARCH COUNCIL MEETING. THE COMMISSIONER STATED THAT HE HAD RECEIVED SEVERAL INQUIRIES ABOUT BUILDING REQUIREMENTS AND COUNCIL POINTED OUT SEVERAL SITUATIONS THAT COULD REQUIRE INVESTIGATION.

THE STREET COMMISSIONER REPORTED THAT TOTAL CURB REPLACEMENT AND STREET PAVING IS A LONG RANGE PROJECT, BUT THAT SEVERAL CATCH BASINS NEED TO BE RESET THIS SUMMER.

THE MARSHAL REPORTED THAT THE WORTHINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT REPORTED A MINIMUM OF ACTIVITY DURING MARCH INVOLVING 7 INCIDENTS, 2 REPORTS FILED AND 355 PATROL CHECKS. THERE WAS ONE DEATH, DUE TO NATURAL CAUSES, AND AN OUT OF STATE ILLEGAL USE OF A CREDIT CARD.

THE NEWSLETTER EDITOR REQUESTED COPY FOR THE APRIL NEWSLETTER.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

THE BUNNY HOP ON MARCH 26, 2005, WAS WELL RECEIVED AND DECLARED A SUCCESS.

COMMENTS FROM RESIDENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS

NO COMMENTS WERE OFFERED.

OLD BUSINESS

850

SHANNON MOVED AND TETTENHORST SECONDED A MOTION TO SUSPEND THE THREE READINGS OF RESOLUTION NO. 850, A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY OF CENTRAL OHIO. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0. TETTENHORST MOVED AND ZENISEK SECONDED A MOTION TO ENACT RESOLUTION NO. 850. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0.

NEW BUSINESS

05-24

AS REQUESTED BY THE STREET COMMISSIONER, SCHAER MOVED AND GORDON SECONDED A MOTION TO AUTHORIZE THE EXPENDITURE OF UP TO $15,000 TO RESET AT LEAST 3 CATCH BASINS. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0.

851

SCHAER MOVED AND SHANNON SECONDED A MOTION TO SUSPEND THE THREE READINGS OF RESOLUTION NO. 851, A RESOLUTION REQUESTING THAT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY CAUSE THE UNIVERSITY TO UNDERTAKE CERTAIN ACTIVITIES REGARDING DON SCOTT AIRPORT. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0. SCHAER MOVED AND SHANNON SECONDED A MOTION TO ENACT RESOLUTION NO. 851. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0.

COMMENTS FROM RESIDENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

NO COMMENTS WERE OFFERED.

NEXT MEETING AND ADJOURNMENT

THE MAYOR ANNOUNCED THAT THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, MAY 16, 2005, AT 7:30 P.M. AT 5697 DOVER COURT.

05-25

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS, SCHAER MOVED AND TETTENHORST SECONDED A MOTION TO ADJOURN THE MEETING. THE FOLLOWING VOTE WAS RECORDED ON THE MOTION: YEA, 6; COLWELL, GORDON, SCHAER, SHANNON, TETTENHORST AND ZENISEK: NAY, NONE. THE MOTION CARRIED 6-0. THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED AT 9:40 P.M.

MARY JO CUSACK, MAYOR

DAN E. OWENS, CLERK OF COUNCIL

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