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ERIE COUNTY, OHIO USA
July 16, 2020
President Scott Leber called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Roll call indicated that all Trustees were present, also present was Phillip David, Fiscal Officer / Zoning Inspector, and Road Superintendent David Kelley.
There were no minutes to approve.
No Guest were present.
Mr. David reported that he had issued one permit since the last meeting;
1. Lot split for Thomas Sloma & Hermes Parker Land Holdings to divide a section of the old B&O Railroad right of way bordering their properties.
Mr. David reported that he was working on a zoning permit for Robert & Linda Joseph for a new garage and breezeway for 12511 Thomas Road.
Mr. David reported that he had a property search done on 9703 Thomas Road parcel #23-00124.000 belonging to Tamara D’Andrea, because of complaints about trash and weeds on the seemly abandon property. He said the report stated that the property is up for sheriff sale in the near future.
Mr. David reported that he had taken pictures of the weeds and un-mowed grass at 10316 Patten Tract Road which belongs to Quicken Loans. He said that he had talked with the property agent at Quicken Loans last year about the upkeep of this property and from the looks of it he would have to contact her again.
Mr. Kelley reported that Ford F350 had blown a brake line and the shifting lever had broken so the truck was towed to Ebert’s for repairs. He said the repairs were done and the truck was back in service. Meanwhile he said he had been busy mowing road sides.
Mr. Kelley reported that they were going to start asphalt work but they were short truck drivers. He said Groton Township lost their truck driver and Margretta Township’s driver would be on vacation for the season startup. He said doing the paving with the single axle township trucks that only haul 5-6 ton per load means short actual paving times and with the asphalt plants being busy a lot of time waiting for the next truck to arrive. He said meanwhile the asphalt in the paver starts to cool causing rough startups when the next truck does get back to the paving machine. Mr. Kelley questioned if he could contact Erie County or Erie Blacktop about pricing for having them haul some asphalt with their tandem dump trucks. He said the bigger loads would help with the turnaround time of loads coming from the asphalt plant, thus eliminating the asphalt cooling in the paver while waiting for the next truck. The Trustees agreed the bigger trucks would eliminate some of the problems, they told Mr. Kelley to get some pricing for the hauling. There was some discussion about approaching the County first, being that we have done some work back and forward for each other in the past.
Mr. Leber said he had received the EMS run reports for the call to Liana Wensink’s house when her daughter was hurt. He said the run reports seem to conflict with the discussion at the last meeting between Mrs. Wensink and Ashley Ballah, he said he was going to call Ashley Ballah and request that the Trustees be able to listen to the actual EMS run tapes. The other Trustees agreed with his decision.
Mr. Parker suggested that the Trustees wait until after the last park reservation of September 26th before removing the old Jungle-Jim playset and installing the new one, the other Trustees were in agreement. Mr. Parker reported that Fire Chief Kerry Jett had said he had new “fire department signs” for the Oxford Township building bays where the engines were stored.
Mr. Steward said he didn’t have anything at this time.
Mr. David said he didn’t have anything at this time.
Communications were reviewed.
The projected asphalt paving on Thomas Road for 2020 was discussed, cost projections for paving “2800 foot of Thomas Road” provided by Jack Farschman, County Engineer came in at $81,973.19. In accordance with the Ohio Revised Code, Mr. Stewart moved that an advertisement for open bidding from contractors for the paving of “2800 foot Thomas Road” be place in the Sandusky Register, seconded by Mr. Parker. Roll was called, with all present voting yes; motion carried. Mr. David said he would see that it was posted in the newspaper. (copy of ad available on request)
Mr. Stewart introduce resolution #2020-07-01 authorizing that Oxford Township Trustees to enter into a lease/purchase agreement with F.N.B. Commercial Leasing for the purchase of a Ford F550 truck, seconded by Mr. Parker. Roll was called with the following results; Mr. Stewart–yes, Mr. Parker–yes, Mr. Leber-yes. (copy of complete resolution available upon request)
Mr. Stewart moved to pay the bills in the amount of $24,075.06, Mr. Parker seconded the motion. Roll was called, with all present voting yes; motion carried.
No further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned,
Scott Leber, President of Board Phillip M. David, Fiscal Officer