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May 24, 2010

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CITY OF CARLISLE
APRIL 27, 2010

The regular meeting of the City of Carlisle was held this evening, April 27, 2010 in Town Hall with Mayor Tim Humphries presiding. The meeting was opened at 7:00 PM with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Roll call: Mr. Bryan Green, aye; Mayor Tim Humphries, aye; Mr. James Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Jennifer Long, Mr. Randy Winkler, aye. Absent were Mr. Chad Johnson and Mr. Scott Boschert.
Mr. Lickliter made a motion to excuse Mr. Johnson due to Military Training, seconded by Mr. Winkler.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
Mr. Green made a motion to excuse Mr. Boschert due to attending a college course, seconded by Mr. Winkler.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
The regular minutes of April 23, 2010 were presented to Council for approval. Mr. Lickliter made a motion to approve the minutes as presented. Seconded by Mr. Green.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.

Public Forum
Mrs. Callahan introduced Michael Bruck the Interim Police Chief, he spent 30 years in Middletown, 20 years plus as a supervisor and retired in 2007.
Chief Bruck thanked council for having him here in Carlisle, stated he retired from Middletown in 2007 and enjoyed his work, didn’t realize how much he missed the experience until he was called to work for the City of Carlisle. Chief Bruck stated he has been here 10 weeks and has reviewed the policy procedures, stated the basic are there but still a lot of work is needed to be done. There are training issues, we do have May training scheduled. Chief Bruck stated he has been talking with the officers regarding their interest and needs. Chief Bruck stated he has taken a look to see what’s missing in the community and what does the community expect from their police officers. Chief Bruck attended the Lions Fish Fry and actually “stopped” a train on the tracks for the Pony Tail League Parade.

Council Report:
Mrs. Long commented on how wonderful the RailRoad Crossings are. Long time coming.
Mrs. Callahan stated that CSX have completed all the tracks except for Central Ave. and they are waiting until school is out to complete. Norfork Southern has completed Lower Carlisle Road and the supervisor had a knee replacement so we are waiting to hear when they will be working on the crossing at Fairview Drive.
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Mr. Winkler commented on how nice the tracks at Lower Carlisle Road. Mr. Winkler wanted to recognize Besty Parr, who is a resident of Carlisle and is the Clerk of Council for Middletown. Mrs. Parr was recently elected Clerk of the Year by her colleagues.
Mr. Green thanked the Service Department for keeping up with everything. The grounds really looks nice. Mr. Green commented that Mr. Boschert and he were working on a letter to the residents on the Marty Lee house but seeing this is on for the work session will apparently have more discussion at that time. Mr. Green invited the public to the parade for the Carlisle Baseball Association on Friday at 7PM. Heater the mascot from the Dayton Dragon will be there.
Mr. Lickliter questioned the comment in the newspaper regarding the caboose that caught fire. Mrs. Callahan stated the caboose was not on fire, a piece of hot metal fell in the grass and caught the grass on fire under the caboose.
Mr. Winkler asked about the house on Fairview on the hill, this building is empty and has a lot of debris, broken glass panel, needs cleaned up. Mrs. Callahan stated it does need cleaned up and is on the city’s list to do so. At this time, we have no contact with the owners but staff is trying to determine who owns the property.

Mayor Report:
Mayor Humphries stated he had been invited by Congressman Turner’s Office to Wright Patterson Air Force Base tour. It was interesting to see the high level of security and the amount of research that goes on there. Thank you, Marty Heidi for putting this all together.
Mayor read a proclamation recognizing the week of May 2nd through May 8th as Municipal Clerks Week and extending appreciation to Carlisle Municipal Clerk, Flo Estes and to all Municipal Clerks for the vital services they perform and their exemplary dedication to the communities they represent.
Managers Report: Mrs. Callahan stated staff was hosting an open house on April 29th at 7PM here at Town Hall regarding the SR123 phase 10 project.
Mrs. Callahan stated we have been experiencing vandalism at Roscoe Roof Park after dark and asking that the residents who live around the area report any one who is seen in the park after dark. The Service Department has been reluctant to open the restrooms due to the amount of vandalism. Service Department has some special paint to put on the picnic tables to prevent markings on the tables. Mrs. Callahan stated that staff and she have been meeting with people regarding Security Camera and how reliable this would be and the cost of the systems
AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE REAPPROPRIATION/SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR CURRENT EXPENSES AND OTHER EXPENDITURES FOR THE CITY OF CARLISLE, DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2010, AMENDMENT NUMBER 4, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Mrs. Long made a motion to suspend the rules requiring three readings, have one reading by title only, and declaring an emergency. Seconded by Mr. Lickliter.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
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Discussion: Mrs. Callahan stated the supplemental for $2,200 is for a new mower for the Service Department. This is a larger mower than the one we traded thus the difference in cost needed to purchase new mower. $11,200 is needed for bridge load ratings. The National Bridge Inspection Standards is now requiring that the city needs to have all bridge in the City load rated. This is a unfunded mandate and if not done may jeopardize federal funding.
Mr. Lickliter made a motion to adopt, seconded by Mrs. Long.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
Ordinance passed of this day will be entered into Ordinance Record Book as 7-10.

A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO PROVIDE FOR LIGHTING THE STREETS, LANES AND OTHER PUBLIC WAYS IN THE CITY OF CARLISLE, OHIO WITH ELECTRIC LIGHTING DURING THE YEAR 2009 AND AUTHORIZING THE ASSESSMENTS FOR THE COST AND EXPENSE THEREOF UPON ALL LOTS AND LANDS LYING AND BEING WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF SAID CITY.
Discussion: This resolution is on for the third reading and adoption,
Mr. Lickliter made a motion to adopt, seconded by Mrs. Long.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
Ordinance past of this day will be entered into Ordinance Record Book as 5-10.

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $814,500 OF RENEWAL BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING A PROTION OF THE COST OF MAKING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS IN THE MUNICIPALITY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Discussion: This ordinance is on for the third reading and adoption.
Mr. Lickliter made a motion to adopt, seconded by Mr. Winkler.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
Ordinance past of this day will be entered into Ordinance Record Book as 8-10.

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $327,500 OF RENEWAL BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES, FOR THE PURPOSE OF REFUNDING NOTES ORIGINALLY ISSUED TO PAY A PORTION OF THE COST OF MAKING ROAD IMPROVEMENTS IN THE MUNICIPALITY.
Discussion: This ordinance is on for third reading and adoption.
Mr. Lickliter made a motion to adopt, seconded by Mr. Winkler
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
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Ordinance past of this day will be entered into Ordinance Record Book as 9-10.
Council adjourned into Work session.
There being no further business Mr. Lickliter made a motion to adjourn seconded by Mr. Winkler.
Roll call: Mr. Green, aye; Mayor Humphries, aye; Mr. Lickliter, aye; Mrs. Long, aye; Mr. Winkler, aye.
Meeting adjourned at 8:30PM.
Date: __________________
_______________________
Mayor
Attest: _____________________
Clerk of Council
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