|Minutes: August 8th, 2006|
The Business Meeting of the Catawba Island Township Trustees was held on August 8, 2006 in the conference room with all present. Also present were Tony Corona, Jack DeVore, James Stouffer, Ann Joyce and Pat Cerny. Chairperson Gary Mortus called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. and began with the Pledge of Allegiance.
William Rofkar made a
motion to accept the minutes of the July 25, 2006 Zoning meeting and the
regular Business Meeting minutes as presented, seconded by Robert
Schroeder. All voted aye. A motion was made by Robert Schroeder and
seconded by William Rofkar to pay the bills in the amount of $35,076.39.
All voted aye.
Correspondence included a letter from Shirley Ann Stout in regard to a complaint on junk
vehicles. Pat Cerny stated she and Mrs. Stout are working together on this. Dini
Connone, resident of Gem Beach with a complaint of high weeds on North Carolina
Street; CIVFD Monte Carlo Nite; a courtesy letter from Time Warner, Juliene Fry,
Issuance of Issue 2 money and ratings of our budget for road and ditches. Verizon
Renewal notice for $31.25 a month; signature cards for Star Ohio.
James Stouffer stated everyone is happy in regard to their projects and the potential to
move to the south with their PUD and to take it to the preliminary approval and the final approval and gave an overview of the work that has been in progress, the pond, etc. Gary asked where the excess water goes from the pond. James stated it flows the same place as it did before. It also gets absorbed in the soils. It also will still go to the Township pump station when it exceeds certain flow rates. There also is a two stage drain. Discussion followed in regard to drainage.
Mrs. Joyce stated there is an urgency in the matter of the flooding of her home in Gem Beach. She asked when the letters will be sent and when the project to correct this will be started. Gary Mortus stated the engineering has been done and it is a matter of final drawings and he does not think easements will be a problem. Pat Cerny also stated she has spoken to Dave Brunkhorst and he stated the project will be in September or October, as soon as the traffic slows down.
Robert Schroeder stated we have a new fireman. He will not have to go to school as he has been a fireman in Bainbridge for a sufficient time. William Rofkar made a motion to approve Bryan Bobb for probationary volunteer fireman. Gary Mortus seconded. All voted aye. Bob also stated he has been mowing the nature trail.
Robert Schroeder made a motion to adjourn. William Rofkar seconded. All voted aye.
Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.