|Minutes: April 25th, 2006|
Meeting of the Catawba Island Township Trustees was April 25, 2006 in the conference room with all present: also Pat Cerny, Jim Stouffer, Jack DeVore, Randy Riedmaier and Tom Nicholson.
Chairman Gary Mortus
opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. A motion was made by
William Rofkar and seconded by Robert Schroeder to approve the minutes as
submitted and to be posted. All voted aye. A motion was made by Robert
Schroeder and seconded to pay bills in the amount of 59,707.39. All voted
Correspondence included letter Mark Mulligan including a copy of Terry Dunnís letter regarding the Wiza property, Catawba Cattle Company regarding voting, OEPA Citizen Advisory, request to transfer D6 and D7 liquor permits from Catawba Willows LTD DBA Catawba Willows Golf &Family Rec to PI Recreation LLC DBA Islander Golf & Country Club to Ohio Division of Liquor Control.
Jim Stouffer thanked the Township for their cooperation in the road closing and hoped it was not an inconvenience for the residence.
William Rofkar stated the dump truck was sold to Barry Gibbs of Tennessee for $11,130.45 on Gov Deals.com. William also stated the Maintenance Department would like to work 10 hour days, four day shifts. This will be looked into. William also stated our Maintenance Department will be taking care of the landscaping this summer.
Pat Cerny presented the Trustees a drawing of the requested Mon Ami road turn-off that she received from Mike Prosser and John Kronberg. The Trustees would like to discuss the turn-off with them in person and also have Dave Brunkhorst look at the plans as this does not look like what was requested by the Trustees.
Robert Schroeder had the locks repaired at the Community Hall.
Bill Rofkar made a motion to transfer a D-6 and D-7 liquor license from Catawba Willows LTD to PI Recreation LLC, DBA Islander Golf & County Club. Robert Schroeder seconded the motion. All voted aye. In reference to the letter written to Michael Libben of the Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District by Terry Dunn, Attorney at Law, representing Mr. Ed Wiza, in regard to certified letters not being received as Mr. Wiza was in Europe at the time. Pat Cerny stated Mr. Wiza signed his Agricultural exempt papers that she presented to him in person. William also stated there is a twenty foot buffer required by OSCD for the township drain by the catch basin and he would like to make sure that Mr. Wiza complies with this requirement.
Gary Mortus asked Pat Cerny to supply names to the Trustees for the Zoning Commission and the Board of Zoning Appeals as alternate members are needed.
Robert Schroeder made a motion to adjourn. William seconded the motion. All voted aye. Meeting adjourned 8:00 p.m.