Council - June 16th 2014

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL
Mayfield Village Civic Hall
Monday, June 16, 2014 - 8:00 p.m.

The Council of Mayfield Village met in Regular Session on Monday, June 16, 2014 at Mayfield Village Civic Hall.  Council President Buckholtz called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m.

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ROLL CALL: 

Present: Mr. Buckholtz, Mr. Jerome, Mr. Marquardt, Mr. Marrie, Mrs. Mills and Dr. Parker

Also Present: Mayor Rinker, Mr. Wynne, Mr. Diemert, Chief Edelman, Chief Carcioppolo, Mr. Marrelli, Mr. Metzung, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Cappello, Mr. Dinardo, Mr. Esborn, Ms. Wolgamuth and Mrs. Betsa

Absent: None

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was given.

OPEN PORTION:

5 minute limit imposed by Chair.  Those who wish to speak must first state their name and address.

There were no comments.

CONSIDERATION OF MINUTES:

Regular Council Meeting – May 19, 2014

Mr. Jerome, seconded by Mrs. Mills, made a motion to approve the minutes as written. 

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All                                              
NAYS: None                                        

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

Special Council Meeting – June 2, 2014

Mr. Jerome, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to approve the minutes as written. 

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All     
NAYS: None                                             

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

Special Council Meeting – June 9, 2014

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to approve the minutes as written. 

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All        
NAYS: None                                              

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

Special Council Meeting – June 10, 2014

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to approve the minutes as written. 

ROLL CALL:

AYES:  All          
NAYS: one                                           

Motion Carried. Minutes Approved.

COMMENTS FROM MAYOR RINKER:

Mayor Rinker stated, we had a nice Chamber of Commerce week last week. The Trails Conference hosted by Mayfield Village was a smash hit. We got some good press coverage as well. We ordered up good weather for Cruise Night and had a banner crowd then as well.  Kudos to all who made these things happen. These are things that people really like about Mayfield Village. Very positive.

Dr. Parker asked, do we have any estimates about how many people came?

Mayor Rinker stated, Bill Thomas says 8,000.

Mr. Jerome asked, more or less than usual, do you think?

Mr. Thomas replied, I thought maybe more.

Mr. Marrie agreed.

Mr. Thomas stated, the other factor was we did not have to compete with St. Francis and their carnival. I would love to do that every year.

Chief Carcioppolo agreed from an EMS standpoint.

COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL PRESIDENT BUCKHOLTZ:

There were no comments.

DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS:                          

SERVICE – Douglas Metzung:

There was nothing to report.

BUILDING – John Marrelli:

There was nothing to report.

ENGINEERING – Tom Cappello:

There was nothing to report.

LEGAL DEPARTMENT – Joe Diemert:

There was nothing to report.

FIRE – Chief Eugene Carcioppolo:

Chief Carcioppolo reported, we just received confirmation that we received a Regional Grant for replacement of our air packs which was included in our Capital Budget. It is 90% paid, 10% on our end.  It will save us a considerable amount of money because we are going to have to replace our air packs starting next year.  That was approved.  I will be working on that over the next few months.

FINANCE – Ron Wynne:

Mr. Wynne mentioned, I am currently working with our investment banker and bond counsel looking at the strong possibility of refinancing our outstanding bonds.  It’s appearing more and more that the interest rate environment right now is kind of ripe to move forward.  Hopefully I will have more information for Council by the end of the week.

POLICE – Chief Richard Edelman:

Regarding Cruise Night, Chief Edelman reported, it was relatively quiet from the standpoint of the Police Department.  My officers did receive quite a few positive comments about us being there.  Also, many of you know Officer Bill Annandono. He has officially retired.  His last day was Friday. He will be missed.

PARKS & RECREATION – Bill Thomas

Mr. Thomas reported, I did want to again re-emphasize the tremendous effort that everyone put into Cruise Night.  It really starts with the Activities Committee and their planning process. It goes from there to Danielle Echt and Sean Supler, my two staff members who really followed through with that to Doug’s staff and Scott Sipos and their crew who do a phenomenal job of setting up and cleaning up.  It’s yeoman’s work. Doug, your staff should be commended.  I really mean that.

Mr. Metzung replied, thank you.

Mr. Thomas added thanks to the Police Department and Rich and his staff and all that you do to keep everything safe and running smoothly and the Fire Department of course and all of our volunteers who put in a lot of time and effort to make that successful.  It really is a nice effort from everyone. It was nice to have the addition of the Health Department this year.  They did a great job adding to the festivities.  We had pictures from Jeff from The Sun.  We will make sure everyone gets that in their packets.

Mr. Thomas continued, the other thing I found interesting, and John, you will find this interesting.  I met the General Manager of Orange Leaf Yogurt that just opened up on Thursday or Friday.

Mr. Marrelli replied, Saturday.

Mr. Thomas stated, there were a lot of people in there.  I e-mailed the owner of that store because John and Debbie Garbo gave me his contact.  I said, you know, you really ought to try and get your store open come Cruise Night and I know that you were dealing with your signage issue.  It worked out.

Mr. Dinardo stated, we had a special 2 ½ hour meeting.

Mr. Thomas stated, it worked out. He was fully operational on Cruise Night and I am so glad he was because that store was packed.

The other thing we did, Tommy V approached us in October or November of last year saying, I would like to bring a band in so we can draw people down our way. We always have had the band down by SOM Center Road past the ATM machine.  He said, I will pay for the band.  My ears started listening.  He got Armstrong Bearcat.  He’s not really a ‘50’s, ’60’s band, but he drew a lot of people. It was nice. Doug and Scott and the crew set up a third stage down there. It was great.  We had people down there.

I was concerned because there was a distance of 230 feet between the bands. I really did not think we could have Ricky and the Rockets playing at the same time that Armstrong Bearcat was playing.  One of our sound guys we work with, Sam Messina, suggested we alternate.  We worked it out. It was great. When Ricky and the Rockets were playing, I walked down from Armstrong Bearcat and got to about where the front door of Yours Truly was.  That’s when I started hearing the band. I really think we probably can have both of them playing because Armstrong Bearcat’s speakers were going toward Deacon’s Chrysler and Ricky and the Rockets’ sound system was going the other way.  So I don’t know, we can try it out.  If it doesn’t work out, we will just say, okay guys go back to alternating.

All in all, it was a wonderful evening. I am glad to see one of our new merchants doing great business.

Last but not least, Parkview Pool opened up officially on Friday. We had great weather Saturday, Sunday and today. The feedback from everybody down there, they love the umbrellas and the new heater.  The company came down from Toronto a couple times to work out the issue.  It was great customer service.

With regard to the Senior report, an AARP Smart Driving Class will be held on June 18th from 12:00-4:00 at the Community Room. The next Lunch N Movie is July 9th. The movie is Book Thief.  Reservations are due by July 2nd.  The next Foot Clinic is Friday, July 11th from 1:00-3:00 in the Community Room.  On July 16th, we travel to Marietta, Ohio. We will take a Lolly the Trolley tour down there and have lunch and visit a mansion in West Virginia.

ARCHITECT – Ron Dinardo:

Mr. Dinardo reported, the restroom building down at the soccer fields is now officially open to the public. John is working with the General Contractor on some punchlist items to take care of. 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT  - Ted Esborn:

Mr. Esborn reported, we received word from Ohio EPA last week that we have been selected for a Swift Grant for our Civic Center Entryway Stormwater Demonstration Project.  It’s a grant of $126,500.  We discussed it in Finance.

ADMINISTRATION – Diane Wolgamuth:

Ms. Wolgamuth reported, First Energy did come and put the transformers on the poles at The Grove on June 7th. As far as I know, everything is done. We are waiting on the bollard light fixtures to be installed. Those should be in next week.  We are good to go.

Mayor Rinker asked, reseeding?

Mr. Metzung replied, they are done.

Mayor Rinker asked, so it’s all set, watered, irrigated, we are taking good care of it?

Mr. Metzung stated, they just finished up at the pavilion. They are not done working at The Grove yet.

Mayor Rinker asked, when are they going to be done?

Mr. Marrelli replied, middle of this week?

Mayor Rinker asked, is reseeding part of that contract?

Mr. Marrelli replied, I don’t think so.

Mayor Rinker stated, let’s make sure.

Mr. Metzung commented, they did a nice job of restoration in the front.

Mayor Rinker stated, they did. They smoothed it.  Let’s get it all dialed in right away.

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Activities Committee – Mrs. Mills reported the Memorial Day Ceremonies at Whitehaven Cemetery were very successful.  Thanks to Mary Singer and her family.  Mayor Rinker’s speech was very very potent and everyone was very taken by the speech. Thanks to Tom Marrie too for being Master of Ceremonies.  50’s Night was great. Bill gave you a good rundown. Another thing, the t-shirts were very well-accepted this year.  People really liked them.

Mr. Thomas replied, they bought a lot of them.

Mr. Marrie suggested, we better buy a lot more 1X and 2X and maybe even a few more 3X. 

Mayor Rinker stated, every year it’s different.

Mr. Marrie agreed. There’s no way to predict it. We had 30-40 people come up for at least 1X.

Mr. Thomas stated, we will make a note of that for Activities.

Mrs. Mills reminded everyone that the Fourth of July Fireworks will be June 28th.

Architectural Review Board – Mr. Marrelli stated, we approved the sign for the Yogurt Shop.

Board of Appeals – Mr. Marrelli stated, there was no meeting. There is no report.

Cemetery – Mrs. Mills reported, Roger Remec continues to do the pruning at the Cemetery which is a Godsend for us. He does a lot in the flowerbeds as far as trying to keep the weeds down. That really helps the Garden Club.

Citizen's Advisory Board – Mr. Marrie reported, we met on the 27th.  Steve arranged for NOACA reps Wayne Klein and Joe McDonald to come in and give a powerpoint presentation regarding the anti-idling considerations that have been passed in different cities around the country.  That was the main item.  I also gave a Council report.

Safety and Service – Mr. Marrie reported, Safety and Service met on June 2nd.  All of the items covered were passed on to Finance.  They are on the agenda this evening.

Finance Committee – Mr. Marquardt reported, Finance Committee met tonight. We recommended approval on most items with a few modifications.  The fire truck net cost is now at $469,550.  The gross authorization is $507,811.  As Ted mentioned, there’s about a $126,000 grant for the Civic Center Entry Drive Project and about $50,000 that the Village is putting in. We deferred action on Resolution 2014-18 because we did not have any information on it.

Historical Society – Mrs. Mills reported, the roof is completed on the House.  Mr. Muhle is now talking with a contractor to do something about our walkway.  It seems like in the middle of the walkway it has a tendency to pull and in the wintertime it’s very slippery for us to walk over.  He’s talking to contractors about that.

Hillcrest Council of Councils – Mr. Jerome stated, I was unable to attend the meeting.  Mrs. Mills went instead of Mr. Jerome.  Mrs. Mills reported, they had speakers from NOPEC, the Sewer District and the Water Department. They have not set a date for the next meeting.

Ordinance Review Committee – Mr. Marquardt stated, there was no meeting. There is no report. 

Planning and Zoning – Mr. Marquardt stated, there was no meeting. There is no report.

Recreation Board - Mr. Marrie stated, there was no meeting. There is no report.

Commission on Aging – Mrs. Mills reported, we had to cancel our meeting on the 17th.  Our next meeting is on June 26th at the Community Room.

SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Information & Technology – There was no meeting. There is no report.

Records Commission – Mrs. Mills reported, we are meeting on July 23rd.  House Bill 9 Training Session brought about 75 people here.  It was well attended.

The Grove Committee - Mr. Jerome was unable to attend the last meeting. Ms. Wolgamuth reported, the last meeting was just to go over the details of the upcoming events and assigning responsibilities for the people there.  Postcards went out to everyone. The entire School District should have received them by now.  We did a two-page spread in the recent VOV. We have been getting a lot of e-mails with a lot of people requesting to be put on The Grove e-mail list. The word is out there.  Mr. Jerome added, I have had a lot of good feedback from people I have talked to.

OLD BUSINESS:

There we no matters.

NEW BUSINESS:

Motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $7,500 for Volunteer Appreciation Event.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $7,500 for Volunteer Appreciation Event.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All                                         
NAYS: None                 

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $3,750 plus $570 a month to All Covered for server back-up and disaster recovery device.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $3,750 plus $570 a month to All Covered for server back-up and disaster recovery device.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions?  There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All                                           
NAYS: None              

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the amount of $5,830 to CompManagement, Inc. for Workers’ Compensation pooled rating program 2015 enrollment fee.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion? There was none.

Roll Call:      

AYES: All      
NAYS: None                              

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $52,123.15 to Northcoast Two-Way Radio, Inc. for in-car video system for police department cars.

Mr. Marrie, seconded by Mrs. Mills, made a motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $52,123.15 to Northcoast Two-Way Radio, Inc. for in-car video system for police department cars.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion? How many units is that again?

Chief Edelman replied, 7.

Dr. Parker asked, what is the proposed life expectancy?

Chief Edelman replied, these are all solid-state.  They lasted nine years.  One went down last week.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All      
NAYS: None                                       

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $469,550 to Rosenbaur Engine for replacement of Fire Truck.

Council President Buckholtz asked, does this change the actual cost then?

Mr. Marquardt replied, yes, the actual cost changes to $507,811.

Council President Buckholtz added, $507,811 less trade-in.

Mr. Marrie, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $469,550 to Rosenbaur Engine for replacement of Fire Truck – actual cost $507,811, less trade in. 

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions?  The upcharge is what?

Mr. Marquardt replied, just adjustments on numbers.

Chief Carcioppolo stated, I can save a couple thousand dollars by purchasing this piece of equipment not through the truck vendor but through the company that makes it. They are having it drop shipped there. So actually, it will come at a later time.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other questions? There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All       
NAYS: None                                        

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $20,000 to DJL Materials for crack sealant.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to authorize expenditure in an amount not to exceed $20,000 to DJL Materials for crack sealant.  

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions? There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES:  All       
NAYS:  None          

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize purchase of 1,500 tons of salt through the ODOT summer salt program from Morton Salt at $47.90 a ton.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to authorize purchase of 1,500 tons of salt through the ODOT summer salt program from Morton Salt at $47.90 a ton. 

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions?  There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All         
NAYS: None                                 

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for May 2014 and to approve of same as submitted.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to acknowledge receipt of financial reports for May 2014 and to approve of same as submitted.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions or comments?

Mr. Wynne stated, I would like to make one comment. You will notice our tax collections through May are down about $396,000 compared to last year. About $50,000-60,000 of that is a timing issue between when we did something last year and this year.  That will flip and come back to our benefit next month. The majority of the balance of it has to do with a reduction in income taxes we received from the businesses from a corporate profit standpoint. I am trying to determine whether that’s an issue of whether profits on those businesses are actually down or if they just significantly overpaid their estimates in 2013 and are carrying those overpayments forward to cover the 2014 liability. Those are dollars that I don’t anticipate flipping back in our favor any time during the year.

Council President Buckholtz asked, we were up this year for the most part until now?

Mr. Wynne replied, yes. For the most part it’s been kind of break even. A lot of the corporate payments were made last year.  Nothing was made this year by about four or five larger employers in town.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions?  There were none.

Roll Call:        

AYES: All      
NAYS: None                                         

Motion Carried. Financial Reports for May 2014 Acknowledged and Approved.

Motion to authorize expenditure in the additional amount not to exceed $3,300 to Petroleum Maintenance Electronics, Inc. for fuel system for the Fire Department.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to authorize expenditure in the additional amount not to exceed $3,300 to Petroleum Maintenance Electronics, Inc. for fuel system for the Fire Department.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions?

Mr. Jerome asked, Gino, which one are you ending up going with?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, I left it up to everyone.  My opinion is that we should go with the wireless. Everyone agreed that would be the better of the two options.  If we go with conduit, we are going to cut concrete out. We would break the concrete that is there.

Council President Buckholtz asked, so you are going to go with wireless?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, wireless. That’s because we were not able pull the new line through the conduit that is existing.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any other questions? There were none.

Roll Call:

AYES: All            
NAYS: None                                           

Motion Carried. Expenditure Authorized.

Motion to authorize going out to bid for the Civic Center Entry Drive project.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to authorize going out to bid for the Civic Center Entry Drive project. 

Council President Buckholtz asked, what are the dollars again?

Mr. Marquardt replied, $126,000 for the grant plus a rough estimated $50,000 for the Village.

Mr. Esborn added, we actually put into our application that our $50,000 match was for removal of existing pavement, excavation, construction of a new entrance apron, topsoil, placement and seeding, landscape architect services and construction oversight.  It’s already sort of spelled out what portions of the project we are covering with our match.

Mr. Marrie stated, good job. 

Roll Call:        

AYES: All           
NAYS:  None                                          

Motion Carried. Bidding Authorized.

First Reading of Ordinance No. 2014-14, entitled, “An Emergency Ordinance amending Section 1321.01 of the Village’s Codified Ordinances adopting the 2013 Edition of the Ohio Residential Building Code as promulgated by the Ohio Board of Building Standards.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Ordinance No. 2014-14 was left on First Read.

First Reading of Ordinance No. 2014-15, entitled, “An Emergency Ordinance amending Section 1333.01 of the Village’s Codified Ordinances adopting the 2011 Edition of the National Fire Protection Association N.F.P.A. – 70 National Electric Code.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mr. Diemert asked, Chief do you need this right away for enforcement or inspection or are three readings okay?

Chief Carcioppolo replied, if you could. That is the current Code.

Mr. Diemert stated, makes sense.

Council President Buckholtz stated, that clarifies it.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to suspend the rules of Council requiring an Ordinance to be read on three separate occasions.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None                                          

Motion Carried. Rules Suspended.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Dr. Parker, made a motion to enact Ordinance No. 2014-15.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion?  There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All        
NAYS: None                                            

Motion Carried. Ordinance Enacted.

First Reading of Resolution No. 2014-14, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into a Mutual Exchange of Services Agreement with Mayfield Heights and Highland Heights, Ohio for lifeguard services.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Mills, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2014-14.

Council President Buckholtz asked, this is the reciprocity agreement?

Mr. Thomas replied, sharing of lifeguards.  We don’t pay for the lifeguards from Mayfield Heights to work at Parkview and vice versa at Highland Heights.  This has all been reviewed by each of the Law Departments of those communities.

Mrs. Mills asked, didn’t Highland Heights already pass this?

Mrs. Betsa replied, no.  Mayfield Heights did and dropped the Agreement off at Highland Heights.  I picked it up today. Once passed, I will return it to Highland Heights for their consideration and execution.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion? There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None                                          

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

First Reading of Resolution No. 2014-15, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into an Environmental Covenant with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2014-15.

Council President Buckholtz asked if there was any discussion. There was none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None                                          

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

First Reading of Resolution No. 2014-16, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution declaring it necessary to improve Eastgate Drive and Meadowood Drive between certain termini by constructing sanitary sewers, sanitary sewer service connections and manholes, installing, where necessary, force mains and storm sewers, and replacing, where necessary, pavement and driveway aprons, all together with the necessary appurtenances thereto.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2014-16.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any discussion? This was covered very well at the sewer meeting the other night.  Everyone understands it.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS:  None                                          

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

First Reading of Resolution No. 2014-17, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing the Mayor and President of Council to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding between the Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District and Mayfield Village.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2014-17.

Council President Buckholtz asked, any questions or comments?  There were none.

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All
NAYS: None                                          

Motion Carried. Resolution Adopted.

First Reading of Resolution No. 2014-18, entitled, “An Emergency Resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor to enter into an amendment to the Urban County Cooperation Agreement between the Village of Mayfield and Cuyahoga County.” Introduced by Mayor Rinker and Council as a Whole.

With regard to Resolution No. 2014-18, Council President Buckholtz asked, it was the recommendation of the Finance Committee to defer it?

Mr. Marquardt stated, we just deferred recommendation on it. We did not have any information on it. 

Council President Buckholtz asked for more information at the Caucus meeting.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Motion to go into Executive Session for personnel matters to discuss the Open Council Position.

Mrs. Mills, seconded by Mr. Jerome, made a motion to go into Executive Session for personnel matters to discuss the Open Council Position. 

ROLL CALL:

AYES: All                                      
NAYS: None                                                  

Motion Carried. Executive Session approved.

Council President Buckholtz stated that Council is going to adjourn into Executive Session. We are not voting on anything else.  You are welcome to stay. There’s no reason to stay.  Having said that, have a good evening.

Council went into Executive Session at approximately 8:33 p.m. 

Council reconvened at approximately 8:45 p.m.

A Special Meeting will be scheduled for Monday, June 23, 2014 at 9:00 p.m.

ANY OTHER MATTERS:

Council President Buckholtz asked if there were any other matters.  There were no other matters before Council.

ADJOURNMENT

Mr. Marquardt, seconded by Mr. Marrie, made a motion to adjourn.

The meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m.  The next Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, July 21, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.