Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held November 16th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       Doing maintenance around park

 

Zoning                  A notice to clean up trash at 3125 Beechwood Ave was sent after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace was approved.

 

Fire                        21 runs in November with 348 runs YTD. Runs included 4 medical, 5 mva, 1 control burn, 4 trees down, 1 service call, 2 wires down, 1 fire alarm, 1 smoke investigation, 1 truck fire and 1 leaf fire.

 

Road                      New street signs on Salem Church, Anderson and Salem Church and Hartzell and Cenfield and Anderson. Driveway culvert was installed on Bayton and also Hartzell. The road side mowing continues list is attached.

                Comments from visitors included Ray Poynter from Stark Summit ambulance reporting on new changes in equipment, also Janet Moser from the Historical Society reporting the soup supper in January has been postponed. Bills were then paid totaling $5,440.11 on a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

                Old business included several resolutions for items to be purchased from the cares act money, they include $1817.50 to pay wages for Scott Zurbrugg while in quarantine from Covid 19 resolution # 1116042020 all Trustees voted yes, resolution #1116052020 for $15,377.76 to Rodgers building and heating for various touchless in the Township, Boyce voted yes, Wallace voted yes and Rodgers abstained. Resolution number 1116062020 to Township Fire Dept for various items totaling $11,202.55 all trustees voted yes, resolution # 1116072020 to Marlington Local Schools for sprayers, warm body detectors and electronic access devices totaling $55,317.10, all trustees voted yes and resolution #1116082020 for a 3000 psi hot water pressure washer for $4795.00 to be used in the Township by fire personal and the road dept. all Trustees voted yes.  With all items purchased from the cares act $12639.68 will be returned to The Stark County Auditor. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:35pm with the next regular meeting to be held December 7th 2020 here at the township hall.

Minutes of the regular meeting of the Washington Township Trustees held November 2, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present.  The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved.   Employee reports included:

Park                       All quiet, the heat is on, there are no bathroom issues.  Will take care of the leaves and gutters this weekend.  Will also do battery maintenance on the tractor and winterize the pavilions.

Zoning                  4 Permits issued in October, 2 new residences, a barn and a garage.  Fielded several calls regarding trailers on township properties and neighbor disputes.   The BZA hearing on November 16th is cancelled due to the variance application never being returned.

Fire                        34 runs in October with 330 runs YTD.  Runs included 21 medicals, 6 mva, 1 gas leak, 2 lift assist, 1 control burn, 1 house fire, 1 tree down, 1 service call.  Also, Penncare order is here, MES/Warren Fire Gear is ordered and Stryker item(s) is ordered.  Chief Wilson checked on providing the township schools (Washington Elementary and the Mennonite School) with infrared thermal temperature scanners and possibly a battery-operated disinfectant sprayer.  The schools would need to order and pay for items and be reimbursed with CARES money that the township received.  All money from the CARES Act must be appropriated by November 20, 2020. Trustee Wallace will contact the Marlington Superintendent regarding this matter.

Road                      Roadside mowing on Anderson, Cenfield, Hartzell and Salem Church, downed tree on Devonson, hauled in 40 ton of #8 slag for 2 driveway culverts that need installed, repaired and made several new street signs.  Ordered new letters for township signs.

With no comments from visitors’, bills were paid totaling $30,155.53 on a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

No old business.

Sealed bids for the 2008 Ford F550 dump truck were opened by President Boyce at 7 PM.  On a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers to accept the high bid of $18,800.00 from T & D Industrial, motion carried.

New business was a motion by Boyce to approve the Amended Official Certificate of Estimated Resources in the amount of $1,870,825.52, second by Wallace, motion carried.  Wallace made a motion to reimburse Jimmy Jones in the amount of $599.00 that he paid to get the SAMS number that was needed due to the Cares act from the Coronavirus Relief fund, second by Rodgers, motion carried. Other New Business, Fiscal Officer Jimmy Jones will be receiving a new computer from UAN in February or March of 2021.

 At 7:10 PM Trustee Wallace then made a motion to go into Executive Session to consider the promotion or compensation of a public employee, second by Rodgers. Returned from Executive Session at 7:34 PM.

With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:35PM with the next regular meeting to be held on November 16, 2020 here at the township hall.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held October 19th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

 The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved as changed. Employee reports included

 

Park                       No Report

 

Zoning                  There will be a Board of Zoning Appeals meeting on November 16th about a trailer on Anderson. Zoning permits were issued for almost 1 million dollars.                 

 

Fire                        22 runs in October with 315 runs YTD. Runs included 15 medical, 4 mva, 1 gas leak 1 lift assist and 1 control burn. Residents are reminded the state burn ban from 6am to 6pm is in effect until November 30th.  A resolution was passed for $118,175.00 to purchase items for the fire dept for items that go with the Cares Act money we received; a copy of resolution is attached. The resolution passed after a motion by Wallace and second by Boyce. A motion by Boyce for $1100.00 to the fire dept. to finish to new trailer was approved after a second by Wallace.

 

Road                      Repairs to mowing tractors, purchased items to repair signs and started the 3rd road side mowing.

                With no comments from visitors’ bills were paid totaling $7,912.39 on a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

                Old business was a motion by Wallace to approve moving .40 mill of the inside millage of the 1.90 Road and Bridge levy to the General fund for State District numbers 00715,00720,00725 and 00730 for Tax year 2020. Leaving the inside Road and Bridge millage to be 1.50 and the General fund to be .50 for State District numbers 00715, 00720,00725 and 00730 for Tax Year 2020. Second by Rodgers, motion carried.

                New business was a motion by Boyce to accept the amounts and rates as determined by the budget commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the Stark County Auditor. The second by Wallace, motion carried.

                With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:20pm with the next regular meeting to be held November 2nd at 6:30 pm here at the township hall.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held October 5th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included:

 

Park                       Everything going good and pavilion rentals are done for the year.

 

Zoning                  3 land splits and several items were discussed.

 

Fire                        35 runs in September and 5 runs in October with 298 runs YTD. Runs included 18 meedical,7 mva, 3 fire alarms, 4 trees on wires, 3 fire calls:   a garage, chimney and car. Items for the Cares Act were discussed.

 

Road                      Repair no parking signs on Lacrosse and Carol, new speed limit sign on Fox, stop ahead sign on Anderson and 153, repair catch basin and pipe repair on Lacrosse , repair flat on back hoe and the new 1 ton truck has been delivered. $500 was approved for new street sign material and brackets after a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers was approved.

                Comments from visitors was Carolyn Caskey reporting the Historical Society will collect food and money donations to help 2 families at Thanksgiving items can be dropped off at the Township Office until November 18. Bills were then paid totaling $110,643.91 on a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

                With no old business new business included a motion to put the old 1 ton truck up for sale , bids will be received by November 2nd at 12:30 pm and opened at 7:00pm the same evening motion was by Boyce, second by Wallace, motion carried. A resolution was then approved to ask for money from the Cares Act, a copy of resolution is attached, motion by Wallace and second by Rodgers. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:35pm with the next regular meeting to be held November 2 ,2020 here at the Township Hall.

 

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held September 21st, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       No report

 

Zoning                  1 permit issued and 1 land split issued. There is an alley in Maximo to be vacated. Allan reported he is trying to communicate with Carrington Mortgage Co to get answers about money left from the demolition of the house at 4531 Union Ave. but cannot get an answer on how and who to return the money. Boyce the made a motion to send a notice to Elizabeth Pope to remove the vehicle on parcel #7501756 because of no license, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

 

Fire                        23 runs in September with 281 runs YTD. Runs included 9 medical, 5 mva, 2 fire alarm, 3 trees on wires, 1 garage fire, 1 chimney fire and 1 car fire.

 

Road                      clean up tree down on Bowman, rebuild a basin on Jewel, storm sewer repair on Eastmoor, ditching on Lynnhaven and Parks and replaced speed limit sign on Rambo. The new one ton truck will be delivered next week.

                Comments from visitors included Ray Poynter and Ken Joseph from J & C Ambulance reporting EMT has purchased Stark Summit Ambulance and nothing will change with our contract. Carolyn Caskey reported the Historical Society will meet Tuesday September 22 at 7:00pm and she will give a talk about the Beech Mennonite Church.  With no other comments, bills were then paid totaling $6,710.51 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

                With no old business new business was a motion by Boyce to purchase envelopes from Jarman Printing for $250.00, second by Wallace, motion carried. The meeting was adjourned at 7:15pm with the next regular meeting to be held October 5th 2020 at 6:30pm here at the Township Hall.

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held September 8th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

 The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting and the special meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       Everything going well.

 

Zoning                  2 permits issued and 2 land splits. A notice to mow was sent to the property at 3125 Beechwood Ave. after a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers was approved.

 

Fire                        36 runs in August with 265 runs YTD. Runs included 24 medical, 5 mva, 3 fire alarm, 2 control burns and 2 wires down. Terry reported the training building has been painted.

 

Road                      installed new part on mowing tractor, fixed signs on Kenmore, installed a dry hydrant on Beech Street for the fire dept. cleaned catch basin and repaired pipe on Jewel and cleaned up behind salt shed.

                With no comments from visitors, bills were paid totaling $16,522.52 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

                Old business was a report we have an order form from Stark Soil and Water for fish, the public can order from them by October 16th delivery the next week, the order form is in the Township Officer to pick up if wanted. With no new business the meeting was adjourned at 7:10pm with the next regular meeting to be held September 21 at 6:30pm here at the Township Hall.

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held August 24th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       Maintenance around park, mower has been repaired and a thank you to Jenny and her crew for the chicken and biscuit dinner.

 

Zoning                   No new permits and working on 2 land splits

 

Fire                        25 runs in august with 248 YTD. Runs included 17 medical, 4 mva, 3 fire alarm and 1 control burn. There was electronic damage Saturday night from the storm.

 

Road                      2nd roadside mowing complete, culverts replaced on Mahoning, Schubert and Anderson, 450 feet of ditching on Bayton and cleaned up junk dumped on Devenson.

                Comments from visitors included Carolyn Caskey reporting more names have been added to the memorial site.  Bills were then paid totaling $14,706.67 on a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

                Old business included a discussion about the Township sexual harassment policy. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:00 pm with the next regular meeting to be held Tuesday September 8th 2020 at 6:30pm here at the Township Hall.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held August 3rd, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       On a motion by Boyce $150 for a new port a john was approved after a second by Wallace. There will be another chicken and biscuit held August 15th from 4:30 till 7 Boyce made a motion to give Jenny Skolosh $100 for her work cleaning up the damage at the park, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

 

Zoning                  7 permits issued and several items were discussed. A notice to mow will be sent to property owners at 86 Bayton after a motion and second by Boyce and Wallace. Boyce then made a motion to appoint Steve Lacher as the alternate to the Board of Zoning Appeals, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

 

Fire                        33 runs in July, 3 runs in August for a total of 226 YTD. Runs included 16 medical, 6 mva, 1 gas leak, 4 smoke alarms, 1 fire alarm, 1 mutual aid, 3 trees down and 1 fire. $4,474.14 to K&M Tire for new tires for 3 of the fire trucks was approved after a motion by Wallace and second by Boyce. Boyce then made a motion to purchase a new pair of damaged fire boots for $366.00 from MES, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

 

Road                      The second mowing is in progress with a list of roads completed, list is attached. There is sign work to be done.

With no comments from visitors, bills were paid totaling $281,141.29 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace was approved.

With no old business new business included a motion by Boyce to change the regular meeting of August 17th to Monday August 24th at 6:30pm, second by Rodgers, motion carried. A Trustee meeting will be held Thursday August 6th at 6:30pm to review, discuss, change if needed and vote on the 2021 alternative tax budget that has to go to the County Auditor, second by Rodgers, motion carried. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:15pm to be followed at 7:30 the public hearing about changes to the zoning book for solar collectors. The next regular meeting has been changed to August 24th 2020 at 6:30pm here at the Township Hall. There will be a meeting August 6th at 6:30pm to review and vote on the 2021 alternative tax budget.

 

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held July 20th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       Having trouble with the toilet in men`s restroom. A big thank you to Jenny Skolosh and Mark for doing the chicken and biscuit dinner it was well received as a drive thru dinner and made a profit of $700.

 

Zoning                  3 permits issued and there will be a public hearing on August 3rd at 7:30pm for the changes in the zoning book about solar collectors in the township.

 

Fire                        22 runs in July with 212 YTD. Runs included 7 medical, 6 mva, 1 gas leak, 4 smoke alarms, 3 trees down and 1 fire.

 

Road                      Summer paving program is complete, helped fire dept., hauled dirt to Cenfield and Anderson, the new plow is here and hand patched several roads with list attached.

                Comments from visitors included Carolyn Caskey reporting there will be a meeting August 5th at 6:30pm at Beechwood Playground to start planning for the 200th Anniversary of the Township, all are welcome.  With no other comments, bills were paid totaling $41,764.73 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

                With no old business; new business included a discussion about the recommendations by OTARMA and Risk Consulting to reduce potential liability exposures to the Township. Several items are being worked on and on a motion by Boyce anyone with over 6 points on their drivers’ license will not be able to drive for Township business, second by Rodgers, motion carried. It was also reported the floors in the Township building will be waxed August 4th and 5th. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:25 pm with the next regular meeting to be held August 3rd at 6:30pm followed by the public hearing at 7:30 pm.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held July 6th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved as corrected; communications were also read. Employee reports included:

 

Park                       Signs have been posted and the park is open. Port A Jon has been delivered and weeds have been killed. A thank you to those who helped spread the mulch and the drive thru chicken and biscuit dinner is planned for July 18th.

 

Zoning                  5 permits issued, the house on Union has been torn down and a discussion about Stark Parks mowing along the iron horse trail. Boyce then made a motion to send notices to mow to property owners at 13385 Beech St, 5410 Union Ave and 1090 Beech Street, also a notice to 3690 Norwood to secure the property, second by Wallace, motion carried. The zoning board meeting will be held July 8th at 6:30pm followed by a public hearing at 7pm about a change in the zoning book for solar collectors.

 

Fire                        24 runs in June 2 in July with 192 runs YTD. Runs included 21 medical,5 mva, 2 wires down, 2 brush fires, 2 structure fires,1 smoke alarm and 1 lift assist. The fire dept has received a $1200 grant from Ohio EMS for medical supplies.   New tire replacement for the trucks was also discussed.

 

Road                      Drive way culverts were replaced on Cenfield and Salem Church, worked on a pad for fire dept. repairs to the mower, rebuilt a catch basin at Cenfield and Anderson, filled a washout on Fredrick and the summer paving program is in progress. The summer clean-up had 7 dumpsters of trash and 3 of tires.

                Comments from visitors included several people from the Beechwood area talking about problems with trash and noise in the neighborhood. It was discussed and the Trustees made some comments on what to do. Bills were then paid totaling $48,953.72 after a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers was approved.

                Old business was a motion by Boyce to accept the new amended official certificate of estimated resources from the County Budget Commission of $1,651,202.93, second by Wallace, motion carried.

                New business was a motion by Boyce to hire J&D Cleaning to strip and wax the floors in the Township Hall at a total of $850.00, second by Rodgers, motion carried. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:30pm with the next regular meeting to be held July 20th 2020 here at the Township Hall.

 

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held June 15th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

 The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included:

 

Park                       Pavilions 1 and 2 have been pressure washed and maintenance around park. the park is open now with rentals starting July 1st on a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers. A Port a Jon will be rented until October on a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace. There will be social distancing signs posted around the park and hand sanitizers.

 

Zoning                  4 permits issued, the house on Union Ave will be tore down this week and a motion by Boyce will be sent to property owners at 86 Bayton and 1850 Eastmoor to mow, second by Wallace, motion carried.

 

Fire                        15 runs in June with 171 runs YTD. Runs included 10 medical, 2 mva, 1 wire down, 1 grass fire false alarm and 1 garage fire. 3 dry hydrants will be purchased from Fire Hose Direst at $386.65 each after a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers. Wallace also made a motion to purchase 2 new 50 foot hoses for truck #1 from Warren Fire at $150 each, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

 

Road                      The first road side mowing is complete, list is attached and on a motion by Wallace a new 1-ton truck for the road dept was purchased from Kalida at $88,822.00 for delivery October 1st 2020, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

                Comments from visitors included Ralph Farmer of Winston Ave.  Bills were then paid totaling $4,367.58 on a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

                With no old or new business Allan Swift announced the zoning board will meet at 6:30pm on Wednesday July 8th followed by a Public hearing at 7:pm for changes in the zoning book about solar collectors in the Township. Rodgers also announced that Knox Township is meeting about our proposed change on Mahoning Ave. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:40 pm with the next regular meeting to be held July 6th at 6;30 pm here at the Township Hall.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held June 1st 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       Park is still closed until at least June 30 per state guidelines

 

Zoning                  The property at 4531 Union Ave was discussed. A notice will be sent to mow to property owner at 13551 Easton St and nuisance notices will be sent to property owners at 13551 Easton St NE, 3125 Beechwood Ave, 1830 Rosemont and 15550 Cenfield Avenue All of above on a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace. Per a Stark County Court order, Cleans was hired to clean up the property at 13245 Easton St NE, motion by Wallace, second by Rodgers, motion carried. There will be at Zoning Board meeting on June 2nd at 6:30 pm .

 

Fire                        33 runs in May with 156 runs YTD. Runs included 25 medical, 2 mva, 2 false medical alarms, 2 fire alarms, 1 mower fire and 1 gas leak. The motion on May 18th for $18,008.00 for a new fill station was changed to $19,208.00 on a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

 

Road                      Sign work on Norwood, ditching on Salem Church and Mahoning and mowing started on south Mahoning and Salem Church. A motion to send a letter to Knox Township about Mahoning Ave was approved after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace. Boyce also made a motion to contract with Central Allied for our summer road paving for approx. $265,000.00, second by Rodgers, motion carried. Approximately 5 miles of roads will be paved.

                Comments from visitors included Janet Moser from the Historical Society reporting the June 14th flag burning will still be held at 6:30pm worn flags can be dropped off at the Township Hall. Bills were then paid totaling $18,034.54 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

                With no old business; new business included a motion by Boyce to have join in an electric aggregation program with Independent Energy for customers of AEP in the Township, second by Rodgers, motion carried. Also, a motion by Boyce to have Aid Pest Control service the Township Hall and the pavilion at the Park, second by Wallace, motion carried. Kim will call to get pricing to have the Floors in the Township Hall stripped and waxed.   With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:55pm, the next regular meeting will be held June 15th at 6:30pm here at the Township Hall.

 

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held May 4th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

 The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

Park                       Park is open

 

Zoning                  4 permits issued for new buildings and pools in the Township. The zoning board will meet the first Tuesday of June.                    

 

Fire                        24 runs in April with 122 runs YTD. Runs included 18 medical, 2 mva, 2 trees down and 2 lift assists. Rodgers made a motion to purchase paint to finish the fire dept training site for $540.00, second by Wallace, motion carried. Rodgers also made a motion to sell the used fire equipment removed from truck 4 when it was sold for $10,000 to the Strasburg Fire Dept., second by Wallace, motion carried.

 

Road                      Cleaned up trash on Mahoning and Salem Church, sigh work on Cenfield and Herbster, hand patching on Bayton, E. Carol, LaCross and Ridgehill and cleaned a driveway culvert on Anderson.  Bids for the summer road program were then opened and read, the bids were tabled until the road superintendent can look at them and give his recommendation at the next meeting, motion by Boyce, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

With no comments from visitors’ bills were paid totaling $15,744.00 after a motion by Byce abd second by Rodgers.

Old business was a motion by Wallace to accept the amount of $75,000 from Nexus for repairs to the Township roads damaged during the pipeline installation, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

New business was a report that the Township office is now open but the door will be locked and business will be done thru the window to comply with social distancing. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:30pm with the next regular meeting to be held May 18th 2020 at 6:30pm here at the Township Hall.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held April 20th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

 The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all trustees’ present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included:

 

Park                       No report

 

Zoning                  1 permit issued and working on several items around the township including with the bank about the property at 4521 Union Ave.

 

Fire                        13 runs in April with 107 runs YTD. Runs included 10 medical, 2 trees down and 1 lift assist. The Winona fire dept. picked up truck 4.

 

Road                      Repaired a stop sign at Bayton and Easton, cleaned up the yard and mowed around the buildings, helped the fire dept move junk vehicles to train on, Reilly Sweeping has completed the township road sweeping and our new snow plow will be here soon.

 

                With no comments from visitors, bills were paid totaling $7,504.77 on a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

                Old business was a motion by Wallace to renew our membership with The Stark County Township Assoc., 4 members at $60 each and 2 associate members at $15 each total $270.00, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

                New business was a motion by Boyce to accept the new Amended Official Certificate of Estimated Resources from the county Budget Commission of $1566,202.92, second by Wallace, motion carried. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:25pm with the next regular meeting to be held May 4th 2020 here at The Township Hall.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held April 6th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all Trustees present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included: 

 

Park                       The park will remain closed through at least May 1st. after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace it was approved to purchase 85 yards of ball field sand from Game Time for $1700.00 and mulch from Alliance Wood and Mulch for $200.00.

 

Zoning                  2 permits issued and the property at 4531 Union Ave. was discussed in length.

 

Fire                        30 runs in March with 94 runs YTD runs included 22 medical, 1 mva, 3 mutual aid, 1 tree down and 3 fires. The 1999 rescue truck #4 was sold to the Winona Fide Dept. for $17,500 after a motion to approve by Wallace and second by Boyce. It was discussed by chief Wilson that some of the equipment in the truck was not needed so it was removed and will be used or sold separately. The dep.t is working on the new trailer and the Polaris can be hauled if needed.  The training site behind the station is almost complete.

               

Road                      Installed culvert pipe on Parks, replaced a sign on Bayton, fix stop sign on Queensbury and removed part of fence at recycle site and moved the aluminum can trailer.

 

                It was announced that the 200th Anniversary planning meeting for this month has been cancelled and ODNR will not be picking up animals out of the freezer monthly until further notice. Bills were then paid totaling $23,390.63 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.  The vote was Boyce yes Wallace yes and Rodgers abstained from voting.

                Old business was a motion by Boyce to renew an incident module from ESO for $123.60, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

                New business was a motion by Boyce to advertise for the summer road material and paving program, bids to be in by May 4th at 12 noon and will be opened at 7:00pm the same day, second by Rodgers, motion carried. President Boyce then made a motion for the Road Dept and Township Secretary to work from home and be on call as needed as of March 24th 2020, second by Wallace, motion carried. Boyce also announced the Trustees met with NEXUS and agreed on a price of $75,000 to repair Township roads damaged by the pipeline installation, no money has been received as of yet. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:40pm, the next regular meeting will be held April 20, 2020 at 6:30pm here at the Township Hall.

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held March 16th 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

                The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all Trustees present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

                Park                       Park is open but restrooms remain closed.

 

                Zoning                  1 permit issued and the April Zoning Board will not meet in April

 

                Fire                        13 runs in March with 72 runs YTD. Runs included 10 medical, 1 mva, 1 mutual aid and 1 tree down. Bids for the trailer were opened with Brandon Robson the highest bidder, on a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace the bid was approved. 4 sets of turnout gear were approved for a total of $12,510.00 after a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers. A purchase order to Scott`s Repair for $5,000 for annual inspection and repairs to 5 vehicles was approved after a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

 

                Road                      Trees removed on Mahoning, hand patching on Fox, Parks, Severance, Bayton, Hedgewood, Cenfield and Hickorycrest. Hauled limestone and Reilly Sweeping will start on April 15th. An agreement will be sent to the Stark County Engineer for road salt for 2020- 2021 and 2021-2022 at 340 tons per year, motion by Boyce, second by Wallace, motion carried.

                With no comments from visitors’ bills were paid totaling $29,992.55 after a motion and second by Boyce and Rodgers.

                Old business showed a motion by Boyce to renew our co-op purchasing with the State of Ohio for $100.00, second by Wallace, motion carried. The following people were appointed to the record retention board, Kim Knam, Merrit Boyce and Jimmy Jones, motion to do so by Rodgers and Wallace.

                New business included a motion by Boyce to approve Dave Socotch to the Board of Zoning Appeals, second by Wallace, motion carried. The annual spring cleanup will be changed from April 24th, and 25th to June 26th and 27th. because of the virus in the country, motion by Wallace and second by Rodgers. The fire dept. received a grant from Ohio Workers Comp for new equipment, the States share is $38,564.25 and the dept. share is $12,854.75 for a total of $51,419.00 motion to approve by Wallace, second by Rodgers, motion carried. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:40pm with the next regular meeting to be held April 6th 2020 here at the Township Hall. There will be a work session with a Nexus pipeline on Wednesday March 19th at 6:30pm.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held March 2nd 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

                The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all Trustees present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

                Park                       The park board is going to purchase new benches for ball field #1. Cleaning up around the park.

 

                Zoning                  2 permits issued. Checking on several items

 

                Fire                        27 runs in February with 59 runs YTD. Runs included:  13 medical, 5 mva, 1 fire alarm, 1 odor investigation, 2 wires down, 2 medical alarms, 1 mutual aid and 2 DOA. Thanks to everyone for helping at the breakfast approximately 520 were served. The dept. is trying to sell truck 4 and a trailer.  The department received a workers’ comp grant for approximately $52,000.00 for equipment.                          

 

                Road                      Snow and ice control, ditching on Cenfield and Kenmore, ordered 75 tons of road salt, replaced culvert on Winona and received a bid from Reilly sweeping for sweeping some of the township roads.

 

                Comments from visitors was a report that the no vote signs for Stark Parks were stolen over the weekend anyone wanting to file a report should call the Sheriff. House number signs can be purchased for $10.00 from the Ruritan club call the Township office for the phone number to order these reflective signs. The Township will be 200 years old next year and the historical society will hold a planning meeting on April 14th at 6:30 pm all are welcome to attend.

 

Bills were then paid totaling $24,324.32 on a motion and second by Boyce and Wallace. Old business showed several items including a motion by Boyce the amend the estimated resources from the county budget commission at $1,505,512.68, second by Rodgers, motion carried. A renewal for ambulance service by Stark Summit for $1,780.00 for the year was approved after a motion by Wallace and second by Rodgers.

 

New business included a motion by Rodgers to pay Careworks $397.00 to join the group rating to save money on our workers comp. second by Boyce, motion carried. And a motion to send 1 person to the Stark County Regional Planning dinner on March 18th at $28.00 motion by Boyce and second by Wallace. The Trustees will try to hold a meeting with Nexus at 7:30 pm on March 16th. As of today; any mattress, chair, cushion or upholstered item has to be wrapped in plastic to be dropped off at the monthly cleanup and the spring cleanup on April 24th and 25th. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:25pm with the next regular meeting to be held March 16th 2020 here at the Township Hall.

 

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held February 17th, 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

                The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all Trustees present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved.  Employee reports included

 

                Park                       No report

 

                Zoning                  1 permit issued. Nuisance letter will be sent to 721 W. Beech, 5823 Union Ave NE and 825 Beech St. after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace was approved.

 

                Fire                        20 runs in February with 52 runs YTD. Runs included 10 medical, 5 mva, 1 fire alarm, 2 wires down, 1 odor investigation, 1 medical alarm and 1 mutual aid. The fireman’s breakfast will be March 1st from 8am till 1 pm. Sealed bids for a 2007 Mustang Trailer 76.5 inches by 12 ft utility trailer tandem axle with brakes on one axle always stored inside will be received until march 16th at 12:00pm and opened at 6:45pm the same day, Trustees have the right to reject all bids. Motion by Wallace, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

 

                Road                      Snow and ice control, berm work on Bowman, patching on Parks and mixed salt and grit.

                Comments from visitors included Ralph Farmer thanking the fire dept. coming to the house and taking care of his wife during 2 medical emergency calls.  Bills were then paid totaling $7959.02 after a motion by Boyce and second by Rodgers.

                Old business included a motion by Boyce to renew our sewage system permit with the Stark County Health Dept. for $40.00, second by Rodgers, motion carried. A motion by Wallace to renew the accident and health insurance for the fire dept with McNeil and company for $1,952.00, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

                New business was a request by the trustees for people in the Township to be very careful when shooting guns and target practice, a house was hit by a stray bullet in the last month. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:05pm with the next regular meeting to be held March 2nd 2020 here at the township hall.

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held February 3rd 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

                The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all Trustees present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

                Park                       No problems

 

                Zoning                  1 permit issued and working on several items

 

                Fir e                       31 runs in January and 5 runs in February with 36 runs YTD. Runs included 17 medical, 6 mva, 2 fire alarm, 3 odor investigations, 2 lift assist and 2 trees down. Boyce then made a motion for several items including $68.00 dues to the Stark County Firefighters Association, $35.00 dues to the Stark County Fire Chiefs Association and $14.00 dues to the Ohio State Firefighters association, second by Wallace, motion carried. A motion by Wallace to approve up to $1700.00 to Warren Fire for fit tests for the fireman, second by Rodgers, motion carried.

 

                Road                      Snow and ice control, hand patching on Cenfield, Severance, Bayton and Kenmore, maintenance on the trucks, mixed salt and grit, sign work on Colony and 1 load of road salt received. Rodgers then made a motion for $10,093.78 to Glenhill Road Machinery for a new snow plow for truck 30, second by Wallace, motion carried.

                Comments from visitors included Ray Poynter from Ems Ambulance Service about ambulance service in the Township. Dan Dickerhoof also spoke. Bills were then paid totaling $33,679.33 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

                Old business included a motion by Boyce to approve $484.31 per month to The City of Alliance for dispatching for the Fire Dept., second by Rodgers, motion carried. A motion by Rodgers to set the annual spring cleanup for April 24th and 25th bids will be asked for, second by Boyce, motion carried. A motion by Wallace to change our estimated resources for appropriations to $1,527,638.68, second by Rodgers, motion carried. A motion by Boyce to accept the resignation of Jerry McCallum from the Board of Zoning Appeals, second by Wallace, motion carried. A motion by Wallace for 5 people to attend the Stark County Government Law Seminar on February 29th, second by Boyce, motion carried. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:15pm with the next regular meeting set for February 17th 2020 here at the Township Hall.

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held January 20th 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

                The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all Trustees present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were also read. Employee reports included

 

                Park                       No report

 

                Zoning                  The Stark County Board of health has filed a notice to clean up to a property owner on Easton St. There will be a Board of Zoning Appeals hearing for a variance on Anderson Ave.

 

                Fire                        23 runs in January with 23 runs YTD. Runs included 12 medical, 5 mva, 2 fire alarm, 2 odor investigations and 2 lift assists.  The radios have been installed in truck #1. The dept has started using the new training center. On a motion by Wallace $9,350.00 to Cascade Trailer was approved after a second by Rodgers.

 

                Road                      Ditching on Salem Church, Hartzell, South Mahoning and Bowman. Ditch work on Cenfield, hand patching on Salem Church, South Mahoning and Cenfield and snow and ice control.

 

                Comments from visitors was Janet Moser thanking those who attended the soup supper put on by the Historical Society.  Bills were paid totaling $14,447.82 after a motion by Boyce and second by Wallace.

 

                Old business was a discussion about ambulance service in the township.

 

                New business was a motion to allow blanket certificate #10-2020 for $9,500, motion by Boyce, second by Rodgers, motion carried. With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:05pm with the next regular meeting to be held February 3rd, 2020 here at the Township Hall.

Minutes of the regular meeting of The Washington Township Trustees held January 6th 2020 here at The Township Administration Building.

 

                The meeting was called to order by President Boyce, roll was called with all Trustees present. the minutes of the year end meeting were read and approved. Employee reports included

 

                Park                       A pole at the park was hit by a pickup truck and replaced and repaired by First Energy, the park is closed for the winter.

 

                Zoning                  There will be a Board of Zoning Appeals meeting held January 20th 2020 at 7:30pm for a variance at 5789 Anderson Ave.  a resolution to send notices to remove cars from the property were sent to property owners at 4210 Union Ave and 1090 Beech street. Motion to do so by Boyce, second by Wallace, motion carried.               

 

                Fire                        5 runs in January, runs included 5 medical calls.  The total runs reported for 2019 were 393. Terry reported the dept. roster as of January 1st at 32.

 

                Road                      Snow and ice control, hauled grit, cleaned up a tree on Mahoning, hand patching on Oswalt and Cenfield, cleaned and serviced the trucks and started ditching on Salem Church and Hartzell.

                Comments from visitors included Debra Gerber asking about an ongoing problem on Easton Street. and Janet Moser from the Historical Society talk about the annual soup supper to be held January 18th from 4:30 to 7pm at the Salem United Methodist Church on Beechwood Ave.

                The Trustees then signed several purchase orders and blanket certificates for the new year.

                Old business was a motion by Boyce to send s bill to Nexus totaling $114,714.00 for damage done to Township roads during the pipe line installation, second by Rodgers, motion carried.  With no other business the meeting was adjourned at 7:15pm with the next regular meeting to be held January 20th 2020 here at the Township hall.

MINUTES OF THE WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES 2020 ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING HELD JANUARY, 6th 2020 HERE AT THE TOWNSHIP ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.

 

                 THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY PRESIDENT RODGERS, ROLL WAS CALL WITH ALL TRUSTEES PRESENT.  

                THE CLERK THEN ASKED FOR NOMINATION FOR THE 2020 PRESIDENT. RODGERS NOMINATED BOYCE, WALLACE THEN MADE A MOTION TO CLOSE NOMINATIONS WITH A SECOND BY RODGERS, MOTION CARRIED.THE VOTE FOR B0YCE  BOYCE YES, RODGERS ,YES WALLACE,YES. THE CLERK THEN ASKED FOR NOMINATION FOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR 2020, RODGERS NOMINATED WALLACE. WALLACE THEN MADE A MOTION THAT THE NOMINATIONS BE CLOSED SECOND BY RODGERS MOTION CARRIED. THE VOTE FOR WALLACE WAS BOYCE YES, RODGERS YES, WALLACE YES.

 

                BOYCE THEN BECAME THE PRESIDING OFFICER. SHE MADE A MOTION THAT THE REGULAR MEETINGS BE HELD THE 1ST AND 3RD MONDAYS OF THE MONTH AT 6:30PM HERE AT THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, THE MEETING TIME AND DATES ARE ATTACHED AND WILL BE ON THE TOWNSHIP WEB SITE. SECOND BY WALLACE MOTION CARRIED.

 

BOYCE THEN MADE A MOTION TO APPOINT AND SET THE FOLLOWING RATES OF PAY FOR 2020    FIRE CHIEF TERRY WILSON AT THE RATE OF              $520.00 PER MONTH

                ASSIST. FIRE CHIEF WADE MADE AT THE RATE OF     $470.00 PER MONTH

                VOLUNTEER FIREMAN AT THE RATE OF $125.00 PER YEAR IF GO TO AT LEAST 5 PER CENT OF RUNS IN PREVIOUS YEAR OR A NEW MEMBER IN PREVIOUS YEAR.

                VOLUNTEER FIREMAN INCLUDING OFFICERS THE RATE OF $2.25 PER RUN PLUS TRAINING SESSIONS MADE IN 2019, SECOND BY WALLACE, MOTION CARRIED

RODGERS MADE A MOTION TO PAY THE PARK BOARD MEMBERS AT THE RATE OF $50.00 PER YEAR

AND ZONING BOARD MEMBERS $50.00 PER YEAR, SECOND BY BOYCE, MOTION CARRIED.

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                A MOTION BY RODGERS TO TOO PAY THE FIRE DEPT. TRAINING OFFICER $15.00 PER HOUR UP TO 4 HOURS PER MONTH UNLESS APPROVED FOR MORE, SECOND BY BOYCE MOTION WAS APPROVED.

                RODGERS THEN SET THE RATE OF PAY FOR THE ROAD DEPT.AT

                HIGHWAY SUPT. PAUL MOHR AT THE RATE OF                                       $21.63 PER HOUR

                FULL TIME ROAD EMPLOYEE SCOTT ZURBRUGG AT THE RATE OF   $18.93 PER HOUR

                PART TIME ROAD EMPLOYEES AT THE RATE OF                                     $15.00 PER HOUR.

                ZONING INSPECTOR     ALLEN SWIFT $15.60 PER HOUR AND .54 CENTS PER MILE

                PARK MANAGER        TRAVIS KELLER AT THE RATE OF                        $425.00 PER MONTH     

                ADMINISTRATION BUILDING MANAGER    KIM KNAM                          $100.00   PER MONTH

              SECOND BY BOYCE, MOTION CARRIED.

 

                 MOTION BY WALLACE TO PAY PART TIME TOWNSHIP SECRETARY AND DEPUTY ZONING INSPECTOR KIM KNAM`S RATE OF PAY $12.44 PER HOUR PLUS VACATION PRO RATED TO 40 HRS PER YEAR. THE SECRETARY WILL ALSO GET THE SAME PAID HOLIDAYS AS THE FULL TIME EMPLOYEES, ALL BENEFITS ARE PRO RATED. SECOND BY RODGERS MOTION CARRIED. WALLACE THEN MADE A MOTION FOR THE BOND WAS SETTO USE THE “EMPLOYEE DISHONESTY AND FAITHFUL “PERFORMANCE OF DUTY POLICY” THROUGH OTARMA TRUSTEES AND FISCAL OFFICER PAY TO BE PAID PER OHO REVISED CODE 505.24 AND 507.09, SECOND BY RODGERS ,MOTION CARRIED.

 

MOTION BY BOYCE FOR EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE- MAJOR MEDICAL & LIFE PAID BY THE TOWNSHIP FUNDS. TOWNSHIP TO PAY THE ANNUAL DEDUCTABLE.  

FULL TIME ROAD EMPLOYEES MAY ACCUMULATE A MAXIMUM OF 150 SICK LEAVE DAYS, (1200 HOURS]. THEY ACCUMULATE 4.6 HOURS PER EVERY 80 HOURS WORKED. ON RETIREMENT A TOTAL OF 25% OF UNUSED SICK LEAVE DAYS WILL BE PAID WITH A MAXIMUN OF 37.5 DAYS [300 HOURS].  IN CASE OF EXTENDED SICK LEAVE A PHYSICIAN’S STATEMENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO RESUME WORK.

                ONE [1] WEEK OF VACATION AFTER ONE [1] YEAR OF SERVICE.

                TWO [2] WEEKS OF VACATION AFTER TWO [2] YEARS OF SERVICE.

                THREE [3] WEEKS OF VACATION AFTER EIGHT [8] YEARS OF SERVICE.

                PAY:    TIME AND ONE-HALF AFTER 8 HOURS WORKED PER DAY. ROAD EMPLOYEES TO BE PAID ON A    BI-WEEKLY BASIS WITH THE WORK WEEK TO BEGIN AT 12:01 AM SATURDAY. EMERGENCY WORK WHILE ON VACATION OR PAID HOLIDAY NOT TO EXCEED DOUBLE TIME.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE [10] PAID HOLIDAYS   NEWS YEAR DAY,MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY, ,PRESIDENTS DAY, MEMORIAL DAY,INDEPENDENCE DAY,LABOR DAY,COLUMBUS DAY,VETERANS DAY,THANKSGIVING DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY PROVIDING THE EMPLOYEE IS A REGULAR EMPLOYEE WITH AT LEAST SIX [6] MONTHS SERVICE PRIOR TO THE MONTH SUCH HOLIDAY OCCURS. WHEN A FULL TIME EMPLOYEE SERVES ON JURY DUTY, THE TOWNSHIP WILL PAY THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT THE COURT PAYS AND THE EMPLOYEES DAILY WAGE. IF POSSIBLE WHEN AN EMPLOYEE KNOWS THAT HE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO WORK A SCHEDULED WORKDAY, ONE OF THE TRUSTEES MUST BE NOTIFIED.  AFTER ONE YEAR OF SERVICE ALL VACATION AND BENEFITS WILL BE BASED ON A CALANDER YEAR BEGINNING JANUARY 1ST. THE ROAD CREW TO HAVE A PHYSICAL WITH DRUG TESTING PER ODOT REGULATIONS AT TOWNSHIP EXPENSE, THE TRUSTEES AND FISCAL OFFICER WILL BE PAID PER OHIO REVISED CODE 505.24 AND 507.09. THE ROAD CREW TO GET ODOT PHYSICALS WITH DRUG TEST PER ODOT REGULATIONS AT TOWNSHIP EXPENSE. PAUL MOHR WILL CARRYOVER 24 HOURS OF VACATION TIME, SECOND BY WALLACE, MOTION CARRIED

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 MOTION BY RODGERS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

 THE FOLLOWING WERE APPOINTED TO THE ZONING BOARD 

                                MIKE RINALDI                                          2022

                                PAUL WALLACE                                       2020  

                                ELMER WEBER                                          ALT

                                BRUCE   BOWMAN                                  2023

                                CHUCK KESTERKE                                    2024

                                RAY POYNTER                                          2021

 

                THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPOINTED

                                MIKE MILLER                                             2022

                                STEVE YARIAN                                           2023

                                 PHIL FRANCIS                                           2021

                                JIM HATHERILL                                         2020

                                JERRY MCCALLUM                                   2024

                                DAVE SOCOTCH                                        ALT   

                REAPPOINTED THE PARK BOARD

                                JIM GREINER                                             2021                                                              

                                CARL MALLARD                                        2022

                                JENNY SKOLOSH                                       2020

                                LARRY ZANK                                              2022

                             DAVE SOCOTCH                                          2023

SECOND BY BOYCE, MOTION CARRIED.

 

WALLACE MADE A MOTION FOR THE FOLLOWING. BELOW WERE APPOINTED TO THE FIRE DEPENDENCY BOARD FOR 2020 TERRY WILSON, WADE MAIN, JOE MAIN, MERRIT BOYCE AND JIMMY JONES. T. WILSON WILL SERVE AS CHAIRMAN AND J. JONES AS SECRETARY

                PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2018 ARE

                                GENERA L FUND                                         $ 174,467.11

                                LICENCE TAX                                              $ 39,300.82

                                GAS TAX                                                       $ 230,005.35

                                FIRE LEVY                                                    $ 272,900.61

                             ROAD AND BRIDGE                                   $ 328,550.54

                             ROAD                                                             $239,057.39

                             PERMISSIVE TAX                                        $28,752.26

                                AGENCY FUND                                            $2,000

                                                                TOTAL                                                                               $ 1,315,554.68

SECOND BY RODGERS, MOTION CARRIED.

MOTION BY BOYCE, HUNINGTON BANK WAS NAMED AS DEPOSITORY FOR TOWNSHIP FUNDS THRU DECEMBER 29TH 2020.  AUTHORIZE TRAVEL EXPENCES, MILLAGE AT THE RATE OF.54 CENTS PER MILE, A FAIR DAILY ALLOWANCE FOR ROOM AND BOARD WHEN ATTENDING THE CONVENTION OF THE OHIO TOWNSHIP ASSOCIATION OR ANY TOWNSHIP BUSINESS THAT REQUIRES TRAVEL AND OVERNITE STAY. BLANKET CERTIFICATES CAN BE ISSUED FOR A MAXIMUM OF $5,000 EACH. TO PAY THE WASHINGTON RURITANS $200 PER MONTH FOR 11 MONTHS TO MAN THE MONTHLY CLEANUP BIN AND $100 PER MONTH FROM THE RECYCLE GRANT TO MAINTAIN THE RECYCLE BINS. PAY THE RATE SET BY THE STARK COUNTY ENGINEERS OFFICE FOR ROAD SALT AND PAY KIMBLE CO. FOR THE DUMPSTER FOR THE MONTHLY CLEANUP.THE DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES IS THE RERESENTATIVE FOR ALL ACTION OF BOARD VOTING BOYCE-RPC WALLACE—SCOG RODGERS—HEALTH BOARD  

                ALL ACTION TAKEN THIS DAY IS EFFECTIVE UNTILL THE NEXT ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING FOR 2021, SECOND BY WALLACE MOTION CARRIED.  A MOTION BY WALLACE AND SECOND BY RODGERS TO CLOSE THE MEETING WAS APPROVED

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