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Oxford Township, Erie County, Ohio USA
Nov. 7, 2013
President Stewart 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, Road Superintendent David Kelley was on vacation.
Mr. Leber moved to accept the minutes for the October 21st 2013 meeting, Mr. Parker seconded the motion. Roll was called, with all present voting yes; motion carried.
No guests were present.
Mr. David reported that no permits had been issued since the last meeting.
Mr. Kelley was absent due to be on vacation.
Mr. Leber said he had talked with Ben Busser about the survey of the Kimball property. Mr. Busser reported that the survey had been completed and the documents would be forthcoming. Mr. Busser said that the farmer had plowed the field surrounding the parcel on Thomas Road, so he was going to wait until the ground froze before doing that survey.
Mr. Parker reported that he and Mr. Stewart had met with John Farschman and Ken Fortney about the drainage project on Lovers Lane Road. He said that Mr. Farschman was receptive to the idea of the County and Township working together to eliminate the drainage problem.
Mr. Stewart said he didn’t have anything more to add at this time.
Mr. David said he didn’t have anything to report other than Mr. Kelley had been picked for a random drug test and had passed it.
Communications were reviewed.
The Lovers Lane Drainage project was discussed earlier in the meeting.
Mr. David distributed copies of a proposal from the County Engineers Office for a purposed “County Hauling Permit” for heavy and wide loads that are normally issued permits by each local authority throughout the county. This proposal for a single point of contact would eliminate the troublesome process for moving a load thru the different entities and jurisdictions by individuals or companies wishing to work in Erie County. After some discussion, Mr. Parker moved to approve the “Hauling Permit Memorandum of Understanding” submitted by the County, Mr. Leber seconded the motion. Roll was called, with Mr. Leber and Mr. Parker voting for, and Mr. Stewart voting against; the motion carried.
Mr. Leber moved to pay the bills in the amount of $10,544.82, Mr. Parker seconded the motion. Roll was called, with all present voting yes; motion carried.
No further business, Mr. Parker moved to adjourn.
James W. Stewart, President Phillip M. David, Fiscal Officer