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 on: October 17, 2019, 12:59:03 PM 
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Ashley Village Council Meeting Minutes

October 15, 2019



The regular council meeting was called to order at 7:01 p.m. by President Ann Paksi.

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.
 
Roll call was taken with Ann Paksi, Mike Turner, Dave Foote, Robert Studt, Doug Schneider, Kristin Wilson, Stefanie Studt arrived subsequently, Mary Osborn-Treasurer, Joel Zuker-DPW Supervisor.  Absent Michelle Fitzpatrick-clerk.

Visitors:   

 R. Studt   made a motion to approve the agenda as presented.  Supported by  D. Schneider .  Motion carried. 

D. Schneider   made a motion to accept the Council Meeting Minutes of September 12, 2019 as presented.  Supported by
K. Wilson  .  Motion carried.

After review and discussion R. Studt   made a motion to approve the check register/expenditures from September 13, 2019 thru October 10, 2019.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion carried. 


 Old Business:

President A. Paksi presented with the Resolution authorizing issuance of 2020 Capital Improvement Bonds in the amount of $500,000.

After review and discussion D. Foote made motion to authorize ISSUANCE OF 2020 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS in the amount of $500,000.  Supported by M. Turner.  Roll Call Vote Taken.
Ayes:  D. Foote, A. Paksi, D. Schneider, K. Wilson, M. Turner, R. Studt
Nays: 0
Absent:  S. Studt

After review and discussion M. Turner motioned to approve spending down Fire/Rescue fundraising funds out of account ending in #5066 or seek legal counsel to support the transfer of funds into the SEGA accounts.  Supported by K. Wilson.  Motion Carried.

Discussion regarding using the remaining balance of $20,000 in the LWCF Grant (Park & Rec).  After review and discussion it was decided to look into paving, benches being a possibility for using the remaining balance.  DPW Supervisor Joel Zuker will take lead in managing this project.

Discussion regarding the balanced owed to the Village from Spicers in the overpayment made from the Safe Routes to School Grant.  After review and discussion it was decided to seek legal counsel and request them to send letter to Spicers.

New Business:

President Paksi appointed Kristin Wilson to the Wage Committee.

Discussion regarding the Old Village Office building was brought to council’s attention that vendors would like to utilize an area for sleeping.  After review and discussion council requested that we check with insurance company to see if there is a rider we can add to our insurance for occupancy.

After review and discussion M. Turner motioned to accept water/sewer recommendations as presented.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.

After review and discussion R. Studt motioned to advertise for sale the old Mosquito Sprayer starting at $2500.  Supported by S.Studt.  Motion Carried.

D. Foote  made motion to adjourn regular council meeting at 8:15 pm.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.


_____________________________         __________________________________
Ann Paksi, Village President                     Michelle Fitzpatrick, Village Clerk

Notes taken by M. Osborn, treasurer

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 on: September 30, 2019, 01:28:55 PM 
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*NOTICE*

Upcoming Village Meetings[/b]

October 1, 2019 1:00pm   -   Water/Sewer/Trash Meeting (Village Office)
October 7, 2019 7:00pm    -   Fire/Rescue Meeting (Fire Hall)
October 10, 2019 7:00pm   -   Council Meeting
October 14, 2019 7:00pm   -   Country Christmas
Every Thursday 9a-12p   -   Country Christmas Workers Bee
 
 
   ***All meetings held at the Community Center at 110 N. Sterling St. Ashley, MI  48806 unless otherwise noted.
   **Denotes New Meeting

Posted 9/29/19      

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 on: September 19, 2019, 03:18:19 PM 
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Ashley Village Council Meeting Minutes

September 12, 2019



The regular council meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by President Ann Paksi.

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.
 
Roll call was taken with Ann Paksi, Mike Turner, Dave Foote, Doug Schneider, Stefanie Studt, Kristin Wilson, Mary Osborn, Treasurer, Joel Zuker, and DPW Supervisor.  Absent Michelle Fitzpatrick, clerk,  Robert Studt, trustee.

Visitors:  Fire Chief Brandon Slavik, Wes Barrett Sr.,  Kourtney Barrett, DJ Edwards, Ann Marie Bradley-
rescue.

 D. Foote   made a motion to approve the amended agenda adding Fire/Rescue fundraising money as presented.  Supported by  S. Studt .  Motion carried. 

 S. Studt   made a motion to accept the Council Meeting Minutes of September 12, 2019 as presented.  Supported by
D. Schneider  .  Motion carried.

After review and discussion D. Schneider   made a motion to approve the check register/expenditures from August 9, 2019 thru September 12, 2019.  Supported by K. Wilson.  Motion carried.  M. Turner  nay votes.

Landlord DJ Edwards presented with concerns regarding utility fees.

After review and discussion council decided to check with Rural Water on any possible changes to the current fee methods.


 Old Business:

President presented the only sealed bid received on the Zero Turn Lawn Mower.

After review and discussion Bid was approved. 

President presented  the request for approval on the Country Christmas pavilion to be built at location on Sterling Street.

After review and discussion the request was tabled until further information received.

Trustee D. Foote presented with the Resolution authorizing publication of  Notice of Intent to Issue Capital Improvement Bonds.

After review and discussion M. Turner made motion to authorize PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS in the amount of $500,000.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Roll Call Vote Taken.
Ayes:  D. Foote, A. Paksi, S. Studt, D. Schneider, K. Wilson, M. Turner
Nays: 0
Absent: R. Studt.

Fire Chief presented with the request for approval of SEGA and their established bylaws, an association made up of Fire and Rescue volunteers to handle all fundraiser events and monies on behalf of the Village of Ashley Fire and Rescue department.

After review and discussion S. Studt motioned to approve fire/rescue request to develop and join South East Gratiot Association; known as SEGA and their bylaws.  Supported by K. Wilson.  Motion Carried.  Abstained D. Schneider and M. Turner.

Fire Chief  presented with request to transfer Fire/Rescue Fundraising monies from account ending in #5066 out of  the village funds and into the established association of SEGA.

After review and discussion D. Foote motioned to approve transfer of Fire/Rescue fundraising funds out of account ending in #5066 and into the established SEGA accounts, pending the approval of accountant.  Supported by S. Studt.  Motion Carried.  Abstained M. Turner and D. Schneider.

New Business:

President Paksi presented with request to offer DPW Supervisor Vision and Dental benefits.

After review and discussion M. Turner made motion to offer DPW Supervisor Vision and Dental benefits as presented.  Supported by S. Studt.   Motion Carried.

DPW Supervisor presented with request for repairs on the #2 Well.

After review and discussion M. Turner  motioned to accept the request for repairs on Well #2 accepting bid proposal from Northern Pump and Well.  Supported by S. Studt.  Motion Carried.

M. Turner presented with request to move forward with the fines as stated in Ordinance 2011-03.

After review and discussion council approved the request to move forward with fines.

S. Studt  made motion to adjourn regular council meeting at 9:23pm.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.


_____________________________         __________________________________
Ann Paksi, Village President                      Michelle Fitzpatrick, Village Clerk

Notes taken by M. Osborn, treasurer

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 on: September 05, 2019, 02:42:03 PM 
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*NOTICE*

Upcoming Village Meetings

September 2, 2019 7:00pm    -   Fire/Rescue Meeting (Fire Hall)
September 12, 2019 7:00pm   -   Council Meeting
September 9, 2019 7:00pm   -   Country Christmas
Every Thursday 9a-12p         -   Country Christmas Workers Bee

**September 19, 2019 7pm       -        Special Council Meeting (pavilion)

   ***All meetings held at the Community Center at 110 N. Sterling St. Ashley, MI  48806 unless otherwise noted.
   **Denotes New Meeting
   

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 on: August 26, 2019, 03:32:37 PM 
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*NOTICE*

Upcoming Village Meetings
      August 5, 2019 7:00pm    -   Fire/Rescue Meeting (Fire Hall)
      August 6, 2019  1:00pm   -   Budget Committee Meeting (Village Office)
      August 8, 2019 7:00pm      -   Council Meeting
                August 12, 2019 7:00pm   -   Country Christmas
          *** August 27, 2019 4:30pm   -   Meeting of whole – Financial Advisor regarding Land Purchase (Village Office)
 
   ***All meetings held at the Community Center at 110 N. Sterling St. Ashley, MI  48806 unless otherwise noted.
   **Denotes New Meeting

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 on: August 15, 2019, 01:22:53 PM 
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Ashley Village Council Meeting Minutes

August 8, 2019



The regular council meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by President Ann Paksi.

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.
 
Roll call was taken with Ann Paksi, Mike Turner, Robert Studt, Dave Foote, Doug Schneider, Stefanie Studt, Kristin Wilson, Michelle Fitzpatrick arrived subsequently, Clerk, Mary Osborn, Treasurer, Joel Zuker, and DPW Supervisor

Visitors:  Fire Chief Brandon Slavik

 R. Studt    made a motion to approve the agenda as presented.  Supported by  D. Schneider .  Motion carried.

 S. Studt   made a motion to accept the Council Meeting Minutes of July 11, 2019 as presented.  Supported by
R. Studt  .  Motion carried.

After review and discussion R. Studt  made a motion to approve the check register/expenditures from   July 12, 2019 thru August 8, 2019.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion carried.

Fire and Rescue Quarterly Report was presented by Chief Slavik.

Fire and Rescue report reviewed and discussed.

Old Business:
None

New Business:

 
Amended Budget was presented by Budget Committee.

After review and discussion R. Studt made motion to approve the amended budget as presented.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.

President Paksi presented Country Christmas’ plans to build a Pavilion for Santa by the Community Center.

Plans for the Pavilion were reviewed and discussed.

Trustee Foote inquired about the future plans for the Remenar Building.

Plans for the Remenar building were reviewed and discussed. 

DPW Supervisor presented with the option to possibly take sealed bids on the old 2008 John Deere Zero Turn Lawn Mower.

After review and discussion it was decided to take Sealed Bids on the Zero Turn mower starting with minimum bid of $2500.

Clerk Fitzpatrick discussed the Park and Rec Grant funds having $20,000 left in the Grant.

After review and discussion it was decided that trustee D. Foote would work with R. Keck to review options for the left over grant money.

After review and discussion D.Foote made motion to Close the Trading Days Account # 6770 and transfer balance to General Funds. Supported by R.Studt.  Motion Carried.

Overpayment to Spicer Group for the SRTS Grant was reviewed and discussed.

Water and Sewer recommendations were reviewed and discussed.

After review and discussion S. Studt made motion to charge for Sewer to Multi-Units for each unit.  Supported by M. Turner.  Motion Carried.

Water and Sewer committee discussed using 0.25% surplus from the Special Assessment to be used to maintain the water system.

Land Purchase options were reviewed and discussed.

M. Turner  made motion to adjourn regular council meeting at 8:05pm.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.


_____________________________         __________________________________
Ann Paksi, Village President                        Michelle Fitzpatrick, Village Clerk


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 on: July 12, 2019, 02:49:32 PM 
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Ashley Village Council Meeting Minutes

July 11, 2019



The regular council meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by President Ann Paksi.

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Roll call was taken with Ann Paksi, Mike Turner, Robert Studt, Dave Foote, Doug Schneider, Stefanie Studt, Kristin Wilson, Michelle Fitzpatrick arrived subsequently, Clerk, Mary Osborn, Treasurer, Joel Zuker, and DPW Supervisor

Visitors:  F. Sefl, representing Fire/Rescue Department.

K. Wilson took the Oath of Office and joined the council members.

R. Studt    made a motion to approve the amended agenda as presented.  Supported by  D. Schneider .  Motion carried.

S. Studt   made a motion to accept the Council Meeting Minutes of June 13, 2019 as presented.  Supported by
D. Schneider  .  Motion carried.

After review and discussion S. Studt  made a motion to approve the check register/expenditures from   May 10, 2019 to June 13, 2019.  Supported by R. Studt.  Motion carried.

Old Business:
None

New Business:

After review and discussion R. Studt made motion to approve loan thru Huntington Bank for a total of $54,735.40 with a $30,000 down payment for rescue truck and brush skid unit with clarification of attorney fees and with approved signers Ann Paksi and Michelle Fitzpatrick.  Supported by S. Studt.  M. Turner and D. Schneider abstained.  Motion Carried.

After review and discussion S. Studt made motion to approve loan thru Huntington Bank for $74,245.72 with a down payment of $10,000 for SCBA’s with clarification of attorney fees and with approved signers Ann Paksi and Michelle Fitzpatrick.  Supported by R. Studt.  M. Turner and D. Schneider abstained.  Motion Carried.

After review and discussion R. Studt supported by S. Studt made a motion to adopt Resolution 2019-05.  RESOLUTION REGARDING THE PURCHASE OF ONE (A) 2019 FORD F350 PICK UP TRUCK WITH SKID UNIT AND RELATED EQUIPMENT AND (B) TWELVE SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT (SCBA’S) WITH PURCHASE PRICES OF (A) FIFTY-FOUR THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE AND 40/100 ($54,735.40)AND (B) SEVENTY-FOUR THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE AND 72/100 DOLLARS ($74,245.72) AND TO ENTER INTO INSTALLMENT PURCHASE AGREEMENTS (IPA) TO FINANCE THE PURCHASE OF THE PROPERTY WITH HUNTINGTON BANK.
Roll call vote was taken
Ayes:  A. Paksi, D. Foote, R. Studt, S. Studt, K. Wilson
Nays: None
Abstained:  D. Schneider, M. Turner
RESOLUTION 2019-05 PASSED AND ADOPTED

After review and discussion A. Paksi made motion to table the Resolution for mercantile bank.  Supported by R. Studt.  Motion Carried.

After review and discussion the decision to allow Country Christmas committee was tabled for August meeting.

After review and discussion it was decided to send letter to Gratiot County Commissioner regarding  Michigan Mobile Rescue Unit (MMR) decision to leave Ashley’s station house without notice.

A resident’s grievance regarding a blight issue on property within village limits was reviewed and discussed.  Steps are being taken to take care of the blight.

The request for extra trash cans for the Lattice Company was reviewed and discussed.  After DPW supervisor J. Zuker indicated there were no more cans to give it was recommended that maybe they could bundle their cardboard and set out for trash pickup day or possibly get their own can and republic will still pick up.

M. Turner brought resident concern regarding the drains on Sectionline, DPW supervisor J. Zuker indicated that he has already begun repair on the drains in that area and other area within the village.

After review and discussion D. Foote made motion to move forward with the purchase of a new mosquito sprayer suitable to Presidents A. Paksi’s approval for financing excess of $16.39 from the original $14,000 approved at 6/13/19 meeting.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.

D. Schneider    made motion to adjourn regular council meeting at 9:15pm.  Supported by D. Foote.  Motion Carried.


_____________________________         __________________________________
Ann Paksi, Village President                         Michelle Fitzpatrick, Village Clerk

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 on: July 10, 2019, 01:44:08 PM 
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Village of Ashley Council
Special Meeting
June 26, 2019

Public Meeting was called to order at 7:00 pm, June 26, 2019 by Ann Paksi, Village President.

Members Present:  D. Foote, R. Studt, A. Paksi, M. Turner, S. Studt, D. Schneider
Members Absent:  None

R. Studt approved agenda. Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.

Visitors Present:  None

The purpose of this special meeting is to discuss and finalize the purchase of the 73.7 acre property located at 7827 Quarterline Rd., Ashley, MI.

R. Studt made motion to go into closed session.  Supported by D. Schneider.
Roll call vote taken.
Ayes:  D. Foote, D. Schneider, M. Turner, S. Studt, R. Studt, A. Paksi
Nays:  None

M. Turner made motion to go back into open session. Supported by D. Schneider.
Roll vote taken.
Ayes:  D. Foote, D. Schneider, M. Turner, S. Studt, R. Studt, A. Paksi
Nays:  None

After review and discussion D. Schneider made motion to finalize the purchase of the 33.7 Acres and 40 Acres = 73.7 total M/L property located at 7827 Quarterline Rd. Ashley, MI  Parcel #29-03-007-004-01 and  29-03-007-001-00 pending a suitable agreement with DTE Energy about the Memorandum of standard utility  easement for wind energy development(Parcel 3 SW ¼ of the SE 1/4 , except a parcel of land commencing 357ft, thence South of the NW corner thence East 295ft, thence South 189ft, thence West 295ft, thence North 189ft to the point of beginning, Section 7, T9N, R1w) subject to acceptable financing with final approval of mentioned above by the Village of Ashley Council, with purchase price of $420,090.  Supported by M. Turner.
Roll call vote taken:
Ayes: D. Foote, R. Foote, A. Paksi, D. Schneider, M. Turner.
Nays:  S. Studt.

S. Studt motion to adjourn meeting.  Supported by D. Foote.  Motion Carried. 




_______________________________            ______________________________
Ann Paksi, President                                       Michelle Fitzpatrick, Clerk

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 on: June 20, 2019, 10:04:53 AM 
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Ashley Village Council Meeting Minutes

June 13, 2019


The regular council meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by President Ann Paksi.

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Roll call was taken with Ann Paksi, Mike Turner, Robert Studt, Dave Foote, Doug Schneider, Stefanie Studt, Michelle Fitzpatrick, Clerk, Mary Osborn, Treasurer, Joel Zuker, and DPW Supervisor

Visitors:  J. Butcher, B. Butcher, H. Jelinek, K. Wilson, R. Keck, B. Beracy, B. Slavik – Fire/Rescue Chief, R. Morris, DO, R. Slavik.

J. Butcher presented with the concern about the ambulance moving out of town and would like the council to check into this and find out their reasoning.  He also presented with the question on fixing the storm drains.  Council responded stating they will contact the Michigan Mobile Response unit to find out why they decided to move and stated that at this time fixing the drains is very costly and will stated they will have further discussions on what they can do about it.

S. Studt    made a motion to approve the agenda as presented.  Supported by  D. Foote .  Motion carried.

 R. Studt   made a motion to accept the Council Meeting Minutes of June 13, 2019 as presented.  Supported by
S. Studt  .  Motion carried.

After review and discussion R. Studt  made a motion to approve the check register/expenditures from   May 10, 2019 to June 13, 2019.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion carried.

Old Business:


New Business:

Amendment of Civil Infraction Ordinance 2015-01 was voted on at Special Public Meeting held on 6-13-19 at 6:45pm.

Amendment of Right of Way Ordinance 2019-01 was voted on at Special Public Meeting held on 6-13-19 at 6:45pm.

A. Paksi brought question from Country Christmas committee of allowing the vendors with campers/trailers to park at the village park during Country Christmas event to keep them out of the downtown area.  After review and discussion council gave the okay to allow this.

After review and discussion D. Foote made motion to move forward with the purchase of a new mosquito sprayer suitable to Presidents A. Paksi’s approval for financing not to exceed $14,000.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.

After review and discussion D. Foote made motion to approve loan thru Mercantile Bank for a total of $54,735.40 with a $30,000 down payment for rescue truck and brush skid unit with clarification of attorney fees and with approved signers Ann Paksi and Michelle Fitzpatrick.  Supported by S. Studt.  M. Turner and D. Schneider abstained.  Motion Carried.

After review and discussion S. Studt made motion to approve loan thru Mercantile Bank for $74,245.72 with a down payment of $10,000 for SCBA’s with clarification of attorney fees and with approved signers Ann Paksi and Michelle Fitzpatrick.  Supported by R. Studt.  M. Turner and D. Schneider abstained.  Motion Carried.

Public Safety recommendation reviewed and discussed.

Per Chief Slavik Fire & Rescue are no longer have an interest in using the MMR building.

After review and discussion R. Studt made motion for utilizing the funds in Rescue account #3216 and the Rescue CD to purchase new rescue truck and skid unit. Supported by D. Foote.  Motion Carried.

DPW supervisor J. Zuker presented with the need to upgrade the Omni license from 3G to 4G due to 3G expiring in December.

After review and discussion M. Turner made motion to upgrade to the Omni 4G with expense up to $600.  Supported by D.Foote.  Motion Carried.

Clerk M. Fitzpatrick presented with request to purchase new printer for the Village office.

After review and discussion S. Studt made motion to approve up to $3,000 for the purchase of a new printer for Village office. Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.

After review and discussion it was decided to table the appointment of new wage committee.

Planning Commission Chairman R. Keck presented with the opportunity for the village to purchase property south of the village on M-57 to make the Village of Ashley more prosperous with future development.

After review and discussion D. Foote made motion to allow President A. Paksi enter into negotiations to make a purchase offer for all 73.7 acres  of property south of the village on M-57 between Arnold and McClelland for future development.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.

R. Studt    made motion to adjourn regular council meeting at 9:15pm.  Supported by D. Schneider.  Motion Carried.



_____________________________         __________________________________
Ann Paksi, Village President                       Michelle Fitzpatrick, Village Clerk

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 on: June 18, 2019, 12:44:05 PM 
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Village of Ashley Council
Special Meeting to the Public
June 13, 2019

Public Meeting was called to order at 6:45 pm, June 13, 2019 by Ann Paksi, Village President.

Members Present:  D. Foote, R. Studt, A. Paksi, M. Turner, S. Studt, D. Schneider
Members Absent:  None

S. Studt approved agenda. Supported by M. Turner.  Motion Carried.

Visitors Present:  Jack Butcher, Bill Butcher, Heather Jelinek, Kristin Wilson, Roger Keck, Brent Beracy, Brandon Slavik, Roger Morris, DO, Roger Slavik

The purpose of this public hearing is to provide residents of the Village an opportunity to voice their interest, concerns, comments, and/or questions to members of the Village of Ashley Council, in regard to Amendment of Village Ordinance 2019-01 an ORDINANCE TO PROHIBIT THE OBSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF ASHLEY; TO REQUIRE THE MAINTENANCE OF A PORTION OF THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY; AND TO REQUIRE THE MAINTENANCE OF CLEAR VISION AREAS and Amendment of Village Ordinance 2015-01 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NUMBER 2015-01 TO CLARIFY THE METHOD OF SERVICE AND TO ESTABLISH CERTAIN CIVIL FINES.

Village of Ashley Council presented public with the amendment of Ordinance 2019-01 and Ordinance 2015-01 and opened to public comments.

Public Comments:
 J. Butcher presented with question of how does council intend to enforce these civil infractions.  President A. Paksi responded that the village has a Blight Officer and intends to start enforcing the blight issues in town and the parking on the new sidewalks. 

A. Paksi asked for more public comments.

R. Studt made motion to accept the amendment of Ordinance 2019-01 to be replaced by Ordinance 2019-02 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE OBSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF ASHLEY; TO REQUIRE THE MAINTENANCE OF A PORTION OF THE PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY; AND TO REQUIRE THE MAINTENANCE OF CLEAR VISION AREANS; AND TO ESTABLISH CIVIL FINES FOR ENFORECMENT OF ORDINANCE.  Supported by D. Foote.  Motion Carried.

R. Studt made motion to accept the amendment of Ordinance 2015-01 to be replaced by Ordinance 2019-03 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NUMBER 2015-01 TO CLARIFY THE METHOD OF SERVICE AND TO ESTABLISH CERTAIN CIVIL FINES WITH THE ADDITION OF RIGHT OF WAY CIVIL FINE.  Supported by D. Foote.  Motion Carried.

M. Turner motion to adjourn meeting at 6:55pm.  Supported by S. Studt.  Motion Carried. 




_______________________________            ______________________________
Ann Paksi, President                                       Michelle Fitzpatrick, Clerk

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