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Special Council Meeting

August 3, 2015

The Council of the Village of Riverlea met on the above date at 230 W Riverglen Drive, Riverlea. The following Council members were present: Jenny D. Jones, Eric A. MacGilvray, Scott K. Gordon, Josh Schoenberger, and Jacalyn Slemmer. Also present were Joshua C. Mehling, Clerk-Treasurer and L. Leah Reibel, Solicitor. At 6:34 pm Gordon called the meeting to order.

Repeal of Ordinance 05-2015

MacGilvray moved and Schoenberger seconded the motion to repeal Ordinance 05-2015, An Ordinance Determining to Levy a Replacement and Increase Tax in Excess of the Ten Mill Limitation, and to Declare an Emergency. The Franklin County Board of Elections declared this ordinance invalid as it had arrived at their office in advance of Resolution 2015-11. The motion passed unanimously (4-0).

Ordinance 07-2015

Ordinance 07-2015, An Ordinance Determining to Proceed with Bond Issue, and Declaring an Emergency was introduced by Schoenberger. Jones moved and Schoenberger seconded the motion to waive the three readings of this ordinance in order to file the ordinance in a timely manner to get on the November ballot. The motion passed unanimously (4-0). Schoenberger moved and Jones seconded the motion to adopt this ordinance. The motion passed unanimously (4-0).

Ordinance 08-2015

Ordinance 08-2015, An Ordinance Determining to Levy a Replacement and Increase Tax in Excess of the Ten Mill Limitation, and to Declare an Emergency was introduced by Schoenberger. Jones moved and Schoenberger seconded the motion to waive the three readings of this ordinance in order to file the ordinance in a timely manner to get on the November ballot. The motion passed unanimously (4-0). Schoenberger moved and Jones seconded the motion to adopt this ordinance. The motion passed unanimously (4-0).

Publicizing of Information

MacGilvray questioned whether using the scheduled August Council meeting as a public forum to publicize the two ballot measures was too soon. Gordon stated that it was likely too soon, and that Council should use the meeting as a working meeting to discuss these issues. MacGilvray questioned whether Council should have separate meetings for the general fund and bond issues or combine them into a single meeting. Gordon felt that it would be less likely for people to show up at two separate meetings than at one.

MacGilvray questioned how written information on the issues could be distributed, in the absence of the Quarterly and the newsletter. Jones reminded him that she and the Clerk Treasurer were working on talking points to be distributed.

MacGilvray stated that he had spoken with the Street Commissioner as well as Jim Dippel with Burgess and Niple about approaching OPWC for funding, and starting in September; and though they felt this was a tight timeline they felt it was possible.

Gordon asked Council if they wanted to consider a scenario in which the issues fail to pass. If the infrastructure bond does not pass, there would be no change from the current situation, but if the general fund levy does not pass, it would leave only 2.65 mills in inside millage, which may lead to cuts in village services.

Adjournment

There being no further business, Jones moved and MacGilvray seconded the motion to adjourn. The motion was approved unanimously (4-0). The meeting was adjourned at 7:00

Kirk M. McHugh, Mayor

Joshua C. Mehling, Clerk of Council

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