MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
MASSILLON CITY COUNCIL
HELD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2010
 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER - I‘d like to welcome all of you to Massillon City Council for Monday, November 15, 2010.  We have in attendance with us this evening: Safety Service Director Loudiana, Law Director Stergios, Engineer Dylewski, Fire Chief Burgasser and Auditor Ferrero.  On the wall to your left are agendas for anyone who wishes to follow the meeting.  Also under item #5 on the agenda is where the public can speak on any item that appears on the agenda and then under item #17 is where the public can speak on any item that does not appear on the agenda.  I‘d also like to remind anyone with a cell phone please turn it off or turn it very far down. 

1.  ROLL CALL

Roll call for the evening found the following Council Members present:  Gary Anderson, Kathy Catazaro-Perry, Dave Hersher, Ron Mang, Paul Manson, Dave McCune, Donnie Peters, Larry Slagle and Tony Townsend.

Thus giving a roll call vote of 9 present.

2. INVOCATION

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER - I will recognize Councilwoman Kathy Catazaro-Perry for the invocation and the Pledge of Allegiance. 

COUNCILMAN HERSHER – Gave the invocation for the evening. 

3.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

COUNCILMAN HERSHER – Chairman of the Environmental Committee led those in attendance in the Pledge of Allegiance.  

4.  READING OF THE JOURNAL

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER - Madame Clerk, are the minutes of the previous meeting transcribed and open for public viewing (Yes, they are)  Are there any additions or corrections to the minutes?  If not the minutes stand approved as written.

5.  REMARKS OF DELEGATIONS AND CITIZENS TO MATTERS ON THE AGENDA

6.  INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

ORDINANCE NO. 128 - 2010                    BY:   ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE 

Authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Massillon, Ohio, to prepare plans and specifications, advertise for and receive sealed bids and enter into a tree year contract, upon award and approval of the Board of Control, with the lowest and best bidder for laboratory services at the Wastewater Treatment Plant in the City of Massillon, and declaring an emergency.

 

COUNCILMAN HERSHER – First reading.

ORDINANCE NO. 128 – 2010 WAS GIVEN FIRST READING.  

ORDINANCE NO. 129 - 2010                    BY:   HEALTH, WELFARE, BLDG REGULATIONS COMMITTEE

Amending CHAPTER 1305 “RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CODE OF OHIO FOR ONE, TWO AND THREE FAMILY DWELLINGS” of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Massillon, and enacting new Subsections 1305.02 “COPIES”, 1305.03 “DWELLING PLANS EXAMINATION’ 1305.04 “SCHEDULE OF FEES FOR BUILDIGN PERMITS, 1305.06 “RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTORS REGISTRATION” 1305.07 “CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION AND BOND FEES, 1305.08 “JOURNEYMEN AND APPRENTICE REGISTRATION” and 1305.99 “PENALTY”.

 

COUNCILMAN TOWNSEND – First reading.

ORDINANCE NO. 129 – 2010 WAS GIVEN FIRST READING.  

ORDINANCE NO. 130 - 2010                    BY:   POLICE AND FIRE COMMITTEE 

Amending Ordinance No. 116 – 2009 by revising Section 3, and declaring an emergency.

 
COUNCILMAN MCCUNE – Yes, we discussed this ordinance at the work session last week. It’s basically as simply change in language to from the current transportation by the fire department shall be reviewed by city council on or before December 31, 2010 then this ordinance may be repealed or revised by council at such time.  From that to transportation by the fire department shall be based on recommendations from the fire chief and shall be reviewed as necessary by council.  The chief is here if anyone has any questions we can bring him forward.  If not I plan to waive the rule requiring three separate readings and bring it forth for its passage.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Are there questions?  Mrs. Catazaro-Perry.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – Yes, could we bring the fire chief up please?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Burgasser?

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – Chief, I had a little bit of time to think about this from the last time we met and discussed it at the council work session.  I wanted to make sure that in section 2 where it says transportation by the fire department shall be based on recommendations by the fire chief.  So you know as you met with multiple council members to discuss your plans for the future.  Is this incorporating any of those plans for the future as far as changes or if you make changes are coming back to council with those changes?

FIRE CHIEF BURGASSER – The recommendations that I spoke about are your attachment 3 which is the beginning of call out procedure for the off duty shift for structure fires.  It’s to begin using Jackson, Perry Townships for automatic aid and it is to place a second transport squad at station 2 increase the staffing when we have the testing finished.  That’s part of the mayor’s directives not mine I just incorporated that with the understanding that it would pay for itself as we do that.  In addition to that we had talked about plans for the EMS funds itself.  We made a number of recommendations and at this I’m not prepared to make those recommendations because it seemed like it was too much all at once.  So I thought I would bring this forward again, rightly or wrongly I kind of had a sense of impending doom that we had this date certain that we were trying to trail off.  I would expect that in the future next year we’ll be talking about plans for the EMS fund.  I just it was just too much all at once.  You know I’m sure that Mrs. Ferrero feels that we should try to limit that as much as possible.  I’d like to have an opportunity at length to work with her to try and establish some figures with that.  We haven’t had much opportunity to talk. 

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – So let me be a little more specific you had talked with me personally about changing transportation from minimal to full.  So when it says in section 2 transportation shall be based on the recommendations of the fire chief.  Are you saying that you just want free that you can make any changes at all is that what you’re saying in this statement?

FIRE CHIEF BURGASSER – Well, no that’s not necessarily true and we won’t be going to full transport.  What we would be doing is putting a second transport truck on.  I’ll give you an example and today would be a good example we had two calls with three patience within five minutes of each other.  We responded to the first call the way we normally do and when the second call came in with the two patience we found that there were no ambulances available.  So I mean what are we left to do with we transported those in what trucks we had because that’s an emergency.  I would certainly think that in an emergency case you would understand that I have to do to mitigate an incident what I have to do.  If we don’t have private ambulances available I have to make do.  But in exchange for that understanding I promise you when there are other alternatives available I’m going to continue to use them because I have to reserve as many people for structure fires, second and third calls as I can.  So all we’re trying to do is change that from a single transport truck to a second transport truck and in so doing not only provide better service additional services on the west side but better services to the city all together.  That’s what I was trying to do but again its not full transport because full transport in my mind is every station has an ambulance every station does their own calls and then with backup from station 1.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – So when you need to do that you’re going to come back to council and say this is my plan, this is what I would like to do.

FIRE CHIEF BURGASSER – Yes, I can already tell you that I have written a grant for complete funding for two years from safer grant to be able to do that.  If we’re awarded that I will back here asking for you to consider that.  But I’m not foolish enough to think without that safer act grant funding for two years $880,000 we can’t possibly hope to undertake that.  Baby steps is what I’m trying to do.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – The only other comment that I had from thinking about this from last Monday is that we took out we taking out that you’ll be reviewed by city council on or before December 31.  I would just encourage you as the head of the fire department to come to council frequently next year and you know as you do with the report monthly keep us in the loop and update.  Because it is important to watch and see how we’re prospering with the transportation and if we can grow.

FIRE CHIEF BURGASSER – Okay, thank you.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Are there any other questions for the chief?  Mr. Slagle?

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Chief, you’re still planning on giving us the reports you’ve been giving us already aren’t you?  (Absolutely)  Okay.  I would think that’s a very valuable addition to our agendas I think because its one of the few times we actually see what’s coming in the expenditures and the like at least as best as you can do. 

FIRE CHIEF BURGASSER – I did I would like to add that I included in and I really hesitated to do this I didn’t do this for the first five or six months.  I think I indicated to some of you that I track personally every dime that comes in.  Now when I do that you’re left at the mercy of my key strokes as to whether I’m doing that the right way or not.  But on the bottom of my report I have put what I have tracked as coming.  I would caution you that is very unofficial it is not been run by the auditor it has not all it is I get those auditors reports and I plug them into a spread sheet.  So if you I mean the auditor’s office has the official version of that all I have is what she sends me.  I just put that in there.  That’s why for the first few months I really was reluctant to do that but I think you all were ready to string me up when I didn’t want to do that.  So I’ve added that but I have to tell you it is unofficial please. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. McCune?

COUNCILMAN MCCUNE – Chief, I would just strongly urge that before you implement any of your recommendations you come here and discuss those recommendations at a work session with us.  So we’re in the loop and we know what’s going on rather than be caught unaware of any changes that may take place as you have up until this point.  You know I think its important that we keep those lines of communication open that we’ve had up until this point in time.

FIRE CHIEF BURGASSER – Okay, I agree.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Thank you, chief.  Mr. McCune?

COUNCILMAN MCUNE moved for suspension of the rules and passage, seconded by Councilman Slagle.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 8 yes, 1 no.  Peters voted no.

ORDINANCE NO. 130 – 2010 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 8 YES, 1 NO.  PETERS VOTED NO.

ORDINANCE NO. 131 - 2010                    BY:   STREETS, HIGHWAYS, TRAFFIC & SAFETY

Authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Massillon, Ohio, to submit an application for 2011 Municipal Road Funds for the Carmont Avenue/17th Street Resurfacing and 9th Street SW Resurfacing, and declaring an emergency.

 
COUNCILMAN PETERS – I could reread everything that the council clerk just said but that is what we’re doing.  We’re submitting the application for the 2011 Municipal Road Funds specifically for Carmont Avenue/17th Street and 9th Street SW Resurfacing.  The engineer is here if there’s any questions any more questions that were not asked at last Monday’s committee meeting he can answer them. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Are there any questions?  Mr. Peters, may I ask one?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Go right ahead.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – As the former councilman up there what are the start and stop parameters of Carmont and 9th Street.  Do you know?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Nope, you can bring up the engineer and ask him. 

ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – In the city it will be south of Pigeon Run.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – South of Pigeon Run and 9th Street?

ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – 9th Street is the industrial area from Finefrock all the way through.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Where’s the start like on 17th Street where’s it start?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – 17th starts at Pigeon Run.
 
ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – This is the joint project we’re doing with Stark County.  The majority of the project is in the county and a portion of that we’re involved with is the various parts through the city and going north it goes to Pigeon Run.  So…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Thank you very much.  Thank you Mr. Peters.  If there are no other questions we need your motion please?

COUNCILMAN PETERS moved for suspension of the rules and passage, seconded by Councilman Mang.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 9 yes.

ORDINANCE NO. 131 – 2010 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 9 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 132 - 2010                    BY:   STREETS, HIGHWAYS, TRAFFIC & SAFETY

Authorizing the Mayor of the City of Massillon, Ohio, to sign the RG Drage Annexation Area Snow Removal Agreement with Perry Township, and declaring an emergency.

 
COUNCILMAN PETERS – By through the annexation of the RG Drage facility we need to sign an agreement with Perry Township and their trustees for like the clerk said for snow removal.  If there’s any questions I bring the safety service director up.

COUNCILMAN PETERS moved for suspension of the rules and passage, seconded by Councilman Mang.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 9 yes.

ORDINANCE NO. 132 – 2010 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 9 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 133 - 2010                    BY:   STREETS, HIGHWAYS, TRAFFIC & SAFETY

Authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Massillon, Ohio, to sign the Preliminary Legislation with the Ohio Department of Transportation for the SR 241 Paving Project, and declaring an emergency.

 
COUNCILMAN PETERS – Again, this is to sign the preliminary legislation with ODOT for the 241 paving project and SR 172 paving project.  The project funding will be an 80/20 with ODOT being responsible for 80 and the city 20%.  The project cost unless the city requests items that are deemed unnecessary by the Federal Highway Administration.  I have a couple questions for the engineer though before I bring it forward.  First question, when is this project going to start?

ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – They have it targeted for the year 2013.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – 2013, okay and I believe Councilwoman Catazaro-Perry asked this question but I didn’t write it down I thought I did.  What is the 20% estimated cost going to be do we have that.  I thought you said somewhere along…

ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – $200,000

COUNCILMAN PETERS – How much?

ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – $200,000

COUNCILMAN PETERS – $200,000 oh I thought it was like a $105,000.  Okay, and I believe she also asked that question we’ll be seeking other grants we have plenty time to do so correct?

ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – Oh absolutely whether it will be OPWC or municipal road fund those are two options.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Very good that’s all I have if anybody else does.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Your motion please.

COUNCILMAN PETERS moved for suspension of the rules and passage, seconded by Councilman Mang.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – I would like to before I cast my vote Mr. Slagle is very uncomfortable and I’d like to know he had his hand up and he did not get to voice his question.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Well, during the vote we’re asking for your vote.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – I’m not I’m going to abstain.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – We can’t have an abstention we need a vote Mrs. Catazaro-Perry.

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – Is this for suspension?  (Yes)  No.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 7 yes, 2 no.  Catazaro-Perry and Slagle voted no.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – The rules are suspended if there are any questions or comments we’ll be happy to entertain them.  Mr. Slagle?

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Well, section 1 talks about SR 172, section 2 talks about SR 241, section 1 also talks about necessary to sing.  So I mean the one’s obviously a typo on sing instead of sign but I would guess that section 1 should also be SR 241 paving project.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Peters?

COUNCILMAN PETERS – We’ll bring the engineer up I thought it was 172 though on that section.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – We have two questions for section 1, first is the word sign instead of sing, second one is should be SR 241 instead of 172?  Is that correct?

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Yes.

ENGINEER DYLEWSKI – That’s correct we had two pieces of legislation 172 was the one that was passed at the last meeting.  Then this project is on 241.  The limits of this project as were spelled out were from SR 93 to Erie Street Bridge.

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – So there should be an inconsistency between 172 and 241 then in section 1 and section 2.  That’s the only question I’m asking in this piece of legislation.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Section 1 is SR 241.

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – So that is an error then.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Yes.

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Okay.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Everyone have that change its strictly a typo.  Is there any other questions?  Alright, we have suspended the rules we need a roll call for passage please.

ORDINANCE NO. 133 – 2010 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 9 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 134 - 2010                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Making certain appropriations from the unappropriated balance of the Street Fund, State Highway Fund, Legends Fund, Parks & Recreation Fund, 1407 FEMA Grant Fund and the Muni Motor Vehicle Fund, for the year ending December 31, 2010, and declaring an emergency.

 

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Okay, did everybody get the new legislation that was a problem with the way the first one was typed up she had to redo it.  So…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – How do you know if you have the new or the old?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – You should have five sections of numbers on the first one and you should have six.  The section 5 that’s for $5,000 that becomes section 6 for $5,000.  We split the first part of…

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – How many total Mr. Manson, how many total sections in Ordinance No. 134?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Well, there will be seven total and there were six before.  Alright, we’ll start with section 1 its for $47,000 to be appropriated from the unappropriated balance of the street fund 1201 and it will go to street salaries.  Number 2, is for $35,000 to be appropriated from the unappropriated balance of the state highway fund 1202 and that goes to street salaries.  Section 3, this is the difference where the difference started from the old ordinance to this one.  Is for $12,000 to food/beverage and supplies, $10,000 to food/beverage services, $12,000 to golf supplies, $3,000 to golf gas and oil, $1,200 to golf services and $1,500 for pro shop supplies which is coming out of the golf account 2104.  Then section 4, is the last part of the old section 3, $25,700 we’re taking $12,000 to services and contracts, $12,000 to supplies and materials and $1,700 to unemployment.  That’s coming out the parks and recreation fund 1234.  Then section 5, is for $18,554 from the unappropriated balance of the 1407 FEMA grant fund to an account 1407 storm sewer repairs.  These funds are remaining from improvements that were made to the Lincoln Way Pump Station per the auditor’s office need to be utilized on somewhere type projects.  Then the last one is for $5,000 appropriated from the unappropriated balance of the muni motor vehicle license tax fund 1206 and it will go to 1206.435 gas and oil for streets. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Do we have any questions?  Mrs. Catazaro-Perry?

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – Section 4, the $12,000 for services and contracts and $12,000 for supplies and materials do you know exactly what those dollars are for specifically?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Some of that…no I can’t honestly answer that, that’s for the parks and I do not know exactly what it goes for.  The auditor may be able to help me wait just a minute I may have that here.  Its part of the $25,000 okay this money is going back to accounts that were used for earlier in the year for the payment for the food service purchases. 

COUNCILWOMAN CATAZARO-PERRY – So we’re just putting it back, okay.  Thank you.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Mr. Manson, you’re motion please.

COUNCILMAN MANSON moved for suspension of the rules and passage, seconded by Councilwoman Catazaro-Perry.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 9 yes.  

ORDINANCE NO. 134 – 2010 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 9 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 135 - 2010                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Reducing the appropriation in the WIC Program Fund, for the year ending December 31, 2010, and declaring an emergency.

 

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, this is a reduction from what the appropriations were in the WIC fund.  It’s just to bring it in line with what they actually spending will be for the year. 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Do we have questions?  Mr. Manson, your motion please?

COUNCILMAN MANSON moved for suspension of the rules and passage, seconded by Councilwoman Catazaro-Perry.

The rules were suspended by a roll call vote of 9 yes.  

ORDINANCE NO. 135 – 2010 WAS PASSED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 9 YES.

ORDINANCE NO. 136 - 2010                    BY:   FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Appropriating money for current expenses and other expenses of the City of Massillon, Ohio, for the fiscal period ending December 31, 2011, and declaring an emergency.

 

COUNCILMAN MANSON – First reading.

ORDINANCE NO. 136 – 2010 WAS GIVEN FIRST READING.   

7.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS

8.  PETITIONS AND GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS

9.  BILLS, ACCOUNTS AND CLAIMS

10.  REPORTS FROM CITY OFFICIALS

A). POLICE CHIEF SUBMITS MONTHLY REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2010 B COPY FILE
B). TREASURER SUBMITS MONTHLY REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2010 B COPY FILE
C). FIRE CHIEF SUBMITS MONTHLY REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2010 – COPY FILE
D). INCOME TAX DEPT SUBMITS MONTHLY REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2010 – COPY FILE
E). WASTE DEPT SUBMITS MONTHLY REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2010 – COPY FILE
F). MAYOR SUBMITS MONTHLY REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2010.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER - Thank you.  We will put on file and all of which I assume you have a copy.  Many of these came by email this meeting.  Mr. Anderson, did we get you paper copy?  (Yes)  Alright.   

11.  REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Next week is the fourth Monday of five so we will not meet.  Committee meetings will be back on November the 29th.  Is there any report from a committee any resolution or requests?  Mr. Slagle?

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – In the email packages that we received lately there was a breakdown of the various line items that we had over the years and their increases.  I couldn’t get that to print out beyond it would print the whole thing out.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – There’s two of us now. 

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – So if we could have printed copy of that for the next probably prior to the next meeting or tell us how we print them. 

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Jayne’s going to get us hard copies. 

COUNCILMAN SLAGLE – Okay.

COUNCILMAN MANSON –  I suggest that you still send them through and try to see if we could get this straightened out.   But I mean yes still supply the hard copies.

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – Do I understand the auditor you’re going to provide hard copies so that will not be a problem correct?  (Yes)  Alright, Mr. Manson?

COUNCILMAN MANSON – Yes, the mayor will be here at the 29th meeting to discuss the budget.  Also there were several questions two or three questions that came up at the last meeting.  They should have been answered in that email hopefully this will be straightened out on what was not coming through.  But other than that I think the auditor’s office answered our questions and if you have more questions get them to the auditor or us and we take a look at them or try to get them answered.

COUNCILMAN PETERS – I probably wasn’t paying attention but we don’t have a meeting on the 22nd?  (No)  Is that part of our winter vacation schedule?

COUNCIL PRESIDENT GAMBER – There’s five Mondays in November so we will skip the 22nd and meet the 29th to prepare for the council meeting of the 6th. 

COUNCILMAN PETERS – Okay, thanks.

12.  RESOLUTIONS AND REQUESTS OF COUNCIL MEMBERS

13.  CALL OF THE CALENDAR

14.  THIRD READING ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

15. SECOND READING ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

ORDINANCE NO. 122 – 2010             BY:  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

AN ORDINANCE amending Section 1151.02 of the Massillon Code of 1985 rezoning a certain tract of land from Perry Township, R-2 Single and Two Family Residential to R-2 Single Family Residential.

COUNCILMAN MANG – Second reading.

ORDINANCE NO. 122 – 2010 WAS GIVEN SECOND READING.

ORDINANCE NO. 123 – 2010             BY:  HEALTH, WELFARE & BLDG REGULATIONS

AN ORDINANCE amending CHAPTER 1301 “OHIO BUILDING CODE” of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Massillon, by repealing existing Section 1301.01 “Adoption”, Subsections 1301.03 “Scope” (e) and (g), 1301.09 “Enforcement” (a)(3) Section 1301.10 “Permit Fees” 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and (b)(c)(d)(e), 1301.11 “Plan Examination Fees” (a)(b)(c)(e), 1301.12”Qualifications Required From An Application For Fire Suppression Contractor’s Registration” 1,2, 1301.13 “Application For Fire Suppression Registration; Bond and Fee” (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f), 1301.14 “Application For Registration As Journeyman Fire Suppression Installer; Fee” (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f)(g), 1301.15 “Application For Registration As Fire Suppression Installers Apprentice” (a)(b)(c) and 1301.99 “Penalty” (a)(b) and enacting new Section 1301.01 “Adoption”, Subsections 1301.03 “Scope” (e) and (g), 1301.09 “Enforcement” (a)(3) Section 1301.10 “Permit Fees” 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and (b)(c)(d)(e), 1301.11 “Plan Examination Fees” (a)(b)(c)(e), 1301.12”Qualifications Required From An Application For Fire Suppression Contractor’s Registration” 1,2, 1301.13 “Application For Fire Suppression Registration; Bond and Fee” (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f), 1301.14 “Application For Registration As Journeyman Fire Suppression Installer; Fee” (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(f)(g), 1301.15 “Application For Registration As Fire Suppression Installers Apprentice” (a)(b)(c) and 1301.99 “Penalty” (a)(b).

COUNCILMAN TOWNSEND – Second reading.

ORDINANCE NO. 123 – 2010 WAS GIVEN SECOND READING.

17.  REMARKS OF DELEGATIONS AND CITIZENS TO ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA

18.  ADJOURNMENT

COUNCILMAN HERSHER - I move that we adjourn, seconded by all.

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MARY BETH BAILEY, CLERK,

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GLENN E. GAMBER, PRESIDENT

 

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