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ERIE COUNTY, OHIO USA
May 6, 2021
President Michael Parker called the meeting to order at 7:00 pmwith the Pledge of Allegiance.
Roll call indicated that Trustees Parker and Stewart were present, Trustee Leber was absent, also present was Phillip David Fiscal Officer/Zoning Inspector, and Road Superintendent David Kelley.
Minutes: There were no minutes to approve.
There were no guests present at the meeting
Mr. David reported that he had issued one permit since the last meeting;
Clark & Tiffany Garris, 5219 Taylor Road, for a 30 x 12 deck.
Mr. David reported that Rick Schnell, 12309 Patten Tract Road had stopped in for a permit for a horse barn. Mr. David said he had informed Mr. Schnell that being the building was for horses or ponies that no permit was required.
Kelley was reported that they would probably finish the Higbee Road project next
week. He said in figuring the cost of the project the catch-basin cost had been
left out. He said the project called for a 4 x 4 or 5 x 5 catch basin to set on
the right of way on Higbee Road so all the drainage tiles could be connected to
drain to the new 18-inch drain line going across Heymans field to the ditch. Mr.
Kelley suggested that being the catch-basin sits on the Township road right of
way and will be maintained
by the Township, it should belong to the Township. After some discussion, Mr.
Stewart moved to purchase the catch basin, Mr. Parker seconded the motion. Roll
was called, with all present voting yes; motion carried
Mr. Kelley said that Jake Wilkin had fixed the toilet and hot-water expansion tank in the garage restroom, the service man had questioned about replacing the toilet, but Mr. Kelley said he thought it wasn’t necessary. The Trustees agreed.
Mr. Kelley questioned if the Trustees wanted to purchase new mulch for around the building. He said it had been two years since it was last done. After some discussion the Trustees approved purchasing new mulch for the flower beds. Mr. Kelley said he was going to purchase some yellow paint and a roller to redo the strips in the parking lot and in front of the fire door so people wouldn’t park there.
Mr. Parker questioned about the grass at 2909 Mason Road he said that it was getting tall and there is no sign of anyone at the house. It was suggested that the grass be mowed before it got too tall and the procedure be started for collection by the cost being put on Mr. Mathis property taxes.
Mr. Stewart reported that once the electric was connected at the Delematre Road building it would be getting the final electrical inspection
Mr. David said he had talked with Sue Brown, Assistant Prosecutor for Erie County about selling the International Dump Truck directly to a buyer or did it have to be advertised again. He said she had said that if there weren’t any bids on the truck when it was advertised, it could be sold directly to one person by way of a resolution declaring it not useful to the Township anymore. Sue Brown had said that the Prosecutors office was down one Assistant Prosecutor so things were really backed up, but she would write up a resolution for the Trustees when they needed it.
Communications were reviewed.
Covered earlier in the meeting.
Mr. Stewart moved to pay the bills in the amount of $13, 803.39, Mr. Parker seconded motion. Roll was called, with all present voting yes; motion carried.
No further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned.
Michael G. Parker, President of Board Phillip M. David, Fiscal Officer