City of St. Clairsville

National Road Bikeway closures on Wed. and Thurs. of this week

CAUTION:  The north and south entrances to the NRBW tunnel (under U.S. 40) are closed Wednesday (June 15) for work related to the tunnel head and wing wall project.

CAUTION:  The north and south entrances to the NRBW pedestrian bridge are closed on Thursday (June 16) for work related to the tunnel head and wing wall project.

City administrators ask National Road Bikeway (NRBW) users to be aware of crews from ms consultants (and/or its subcontractor) who will be surveying the land adjacent to the NRBW in advance of the ODOT-funded National Road Tunnel Rehab project.  Although the actual work on this project is not anticipated to begin until the summer of 2024, these preliminary geotechnical and environmental steps are underway.

Please excuse any inconvenience which this short-term work may cause to residents.  If questions, please contact the office of the Director of Public Service/Safety on 740-695-0156 or email rmertz@stclairsville.com.

 


Grand Opening of “Story Walk” along National Road Bikeway will take place on Mon., June 20, at 11 A. M.

June 17 — The event has been rescheduled for this coming Monday, June 20, 2022, at 11 A. M.  The ribbon cutting ceremony is expected to last approximately 10 – 15 minutes.  Save time to check out “Swashby and the Sea”!

The following PRESS RELEASE containing additional details was prepared and sent to the media by the St. Clairsville Public Library to announce the Tuesday event.

STC Library Invites Community to Story Walk Unveiling

St. Clairsville  –  The St. Clairsville Public Library and the City of St. Clairsville invite the community to the grand opening of a new Story Walk located along the National Road Bikeway on Tuesday, June 14, at 11:00 a.m.

The Story Walk is a collaborative effort of the Library and the City. The project includes a set of panels installed along the bike trail just south of the gazebo. Each panel displays a page of a children’s picture book. Participants follow the bike trail to read and interact with each page of the story. Books will be changed throughout the year to offer a fresh experience.

Activities at the grand opening will include a ribbon cutting and Story Walk unveiling, a Find It search activity, free treats and a chance for event participants to win a special door prize. Mayor Thalman believes the Story Walk will be a wonderful addition to the City. “This project combines the joys of reading and love of the outdoors. This is something that families can share in and do together in our City.”

The library received a $6000 federal grant in 2021 for this collaborative project. Library Director Doug Walsh said it was an honor to be one of the 45 libraries in the state selected for this grant. “This will be the first fully-accessible story walk in our area. We’ve had hundreds of people enjoy the library’s temporary story walk events. We’re excited to partner with the City to offer a permanent story walk in our community that will be available for people to read and enjoy all year long.” About 500 libraries in Ohio were eligible for the grant, which was offered by the national Institute of Museum and Library Services and awarded through the State Library of Ohio.

St. Clairsville Public Service/Safety Director Jeremy Greenwood planned the installation, which was completed the first week in June. Library staff will have full responsibility for selecting and changing the children’s books every couple of months. The book on display for the ribbon cutting event will be Swashby and the Sea, which is featured as part of the Library’s current summer reading theme, “Oceans of Possibilities.” Other activities the library has planned during June and July include an aquarium viewing party, story times, and reading challenges to donate fire safety equipment for the Cumberland Trail Fire District. In the months ahead Story Walk books will feature the Belmont County Imagination Library program, an area program to deliver a free book monthly to children from birth to age 5.

The St. Clairsville Public Library serves 16,400 people in the St. Clairsville-Richland district, as well as visitors from other areas. It is located at 108 West Main Street in downtown St. Clairsville, across from the courthouse. The library can be reached at 740-695-2062 or www.stclibrary.org.

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The City is grateful to the St. Clairsville Public Library Director and staff for their efforts to make this project a success!  Mayor Thalman encourages residents to visit the Story Walk often.


Ordinance Number 2022-28_2nd Reading

ORDINANCE 2022-28

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE I, ADMINISTRATIVE CODE,

CHAPTER 105, WARDS AND BOUNDARIES, SECTION 105.01, DIVISION INTO

WARDS OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE

WHEREAS, Council has determined that there is a need to amend and update the ordinance dividing the City into Wards.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO:

SECTION 1:  That Title I, Administrative Code, Chapter 105, Wards and Boundaries, Section 105.01, Division into Wards, shall be amended, as follows:

105.01  DIVISION INTO WARDS.

The City is hereby subdivided into four Wards, which are equal in number to the members of Council who are hereafter to be elected from Wards according to law, and such four Wards are hereby created and established in this City, and the boundaries thereof shall be such as are hereafter set forth.

SECTION 2:  All ordinances inconsistent herewith are repealed to the extent of the inconsistencies.

SECTION 3:  This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by the Charter of the City of St. Clairsville.

Second reading of Ordinance Number 2022-28 took place at a meeting of the Council of the City of St. Clairsville on this 21st day of June, 2022.


Resolution Number 2022-27

RESOLUTION 2022-27

A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ONEOHIO REGION 11 GOVERNANCE

STRUCTURE UNDER THE ONEOHIO MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

 

It was moved by Councilman Thomas and seconded by Councilman Thrash that the following Resolution be adopted:

WHEREAS,   the City of St. Clairsville, Ohio (“Jurisdiction”), is a Local Government in Belmont County, Ohio that has adopted and approved The OneOhio Memorandum of Understanding (“The Memorandum”), which establishes a mechanism to disburse settlement proceeds from opioid litigation (“Opioid Funds”) into Ohio’s communities to help abate the opioid crisis, including allocation of Opioid Funds to Regions through a statewide Foundation Board; and

WHEREAS, this Jurisdiction is in Region 11 under the Memorandum, which is comprised of Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Harrison, Holmes, Jefferson, and Tuscarawas counties; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to The Memorandum, Section D.2:  “Each Region shall create their own governance structure so it ensures all Local Governments have input and equitable representation regarding regional decisions including representation on the board and selection of projects to be funded from the region’s Regional Share.  Regions shall have the responsibility to make submissions regarding the allocation of funds to projects that will equitably serve the needs of the entire Region”; and

WHEREAS, it is found that the Region 11 governance structure outlined below ensures that all Local Governments in the Region have input and equitable representation regarding regional decisions under The Memorandum; and

WHEREAS, the formation of the Region 11 governance structure is of immediate importance to the communities in Region 11, so that imminent Settlement Proceeds committed to the State of Ohio to be distributed per The Memorandum can be disbursed to help abate the Opioid crisis.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by this Jurisdiction that:

SECTION 1:  This Jurisdiction hereby approves the Region 11 governance structure under The OneOhio Memorandum of Understanding (“The Memorandum”) as follows:

The OneOhio Region 11 governance structure will initially be comprised of a 21-member founding Board of Directors, consisting of one member from each of the following classes in each county in Region 11:

  • One member appointed by the Board of County Commissioners;
  • One member appointed by the municipality with the greatest population based on the most recent decennial census;
  • The president of the county township association or his or her designee;

and such other members as are unanimously approved by the Region 11 Board members from time-to-time.

The OneOhio Region 11 Board will determine matters consistent with The Memorandum, Section D, such as:

  1. adopting or amending Region 11 bylaws, regulations, rules and policies;
  2. selecting Region 11’s member on the OneOhio Recovery Foundation, Inc. Board (“Foundation Board”) under Section D.4. of The Memorandum;
  3. electing OneOhio Region 11 Board officers;
  4. evaluating and making submissions regarding the allocation of Regional funds throughout the Region;
  5. engaging experts, counsel, consultants and vendors as appropriate for these purposes; and
  6. taking other actions consistent with Section D.2 of The Memorandum.

This Resolution supersedes all prior Resolutions of this Jurisdiction pertaining to formation of the Region 11 governance structure.

SECTION 2:  It is found and determined that all formal actions of this legislative body relating to the adoption of this Resolution were adopted in an open meeting, and that all deliberations that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirements.

SECTION 3:  This Resolution is hereby declared to be an emergency measure, necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health, welfare, and safety.  The reason for the emergency is to ensure prompt pursuit of funds to assist in abating the opioid epidemic throughout Ohio.

SECTION 4This resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by the Charter of the City of St. Clairsville, Ohio.

PASSED at a meeting of the Council of the City of St. Clairsville on this 21st day of June, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 7 members of the council.

Resolution Number 2022-27


Resolution Number 2022-26_2nd Reading

RESOLUTION 2022-26

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY COUNCIL

TO INCREASE THE YEARLY COMPENSATION OF

SOME OF ITS EMPLOYEES AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the Council of the City of St. Clairsville finds it to be appropriate to increase the yearly compensation of some of its employees; and

WHEREAS, the Council of the City of St. Clairsville finds it to be fiscally proper to increase the yearly compensation of some if its employees.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO:

SECTION 1:  That all non-elected, non-union (non-bargaining) employees of the City of St. Clairsville having been employed by the City more than six (6) months receive an across the board increase of two and one-half percent (2.5%) in their yearly compensation effective July 1, 2022.

SECTION 2:  That this Resolution is declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety of the residents of the City of St. Clairsville regarding an increase in yearly compensation.

SECTION 3:  This resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by the Charter of the City of St. Clairsville, Ohio.

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Second reading of Resolution Number 2022-26 took place at a meeting of the Council of the City of St. Clairsville on this 21st day of June, 2022.


Ordinance Number 2022-23

ORDINANCE 2022-23

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING AN ELECTRIC

SERVICE BUDGET AGREEMENT WITH

ST. CLAIRSVILLE MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, Council has determined that there is a need to establish an ordinance establishing an Electric Service Budget Agreement with St. Clairsville Municipal Utilities for those customers requesting a budget agreement for electrical services.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO:

SECTION 1:  That Title Three, Utilities, Chapter 921, Electricity, shall be amended by adding Section 921.10, Electric Service Budget Agreement, as follows:

921.10  ELECTRIC SERVICE BUDGET AGREEMENT.

(a)  Once customers have established 12 consecutive months of billing for

electrical services at the requested service address, Customers may elect to enter

into an Electric Service Budget Agreement which purpose is to break down total

yearly usage of electric services into manageable monthly bills.  The budget

billing period will run from September to August.

SECTION 2:  All ordinances inconsistent herewith are repealed to the extent of the inconsistencies.

SECTION 3:  That this Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, welfare, and safety of the residents of the City of St. Clairsville.

SECTION 4:  This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by the Charter of the City of St. Clairsville.

Passed at a meeting of the Council of the City of St. Clairsville on this 21st day of June, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 7 members of the council.

Ordinance Number 2022-23


May 16, 2022 Council Minutes

ST. CLAIRSVILLE CITY COUNCIL

May 16, 2022 Meeting

Jim Velas, Council President                                            Kathryn Thalman, Mayor

Don Vincenzo, Council, 1st Ward                                    Jeremy Greenwood, Public Service/Safety Director

Mark Thomas, Council, 3rd Ward                                     Don Smithberger, Super. of General Services

Terra Butler, Council, 4th Ward                                         Annette Williams, Finance Director

Linda Jordan, Council-At-Large                                       Matthew Arbenz, Chief of Police

Beth Oprisch, Council-At-Large                                       Tom Murphy, Planning & Zoning Administrator

JC Thrash, Council 2nd Ward                                            Elizabeth Glick, Law Director

Mike Smith, Council-At-Large

The meeting was called to order by Council President Pro Tempore Beth Oprisch at 7:00 pm. President Pro Tempore Beth Oprisch led Council in the Pledge of Allegiance. Members of the public were thanked for their attendance.

ROLL CALL:

Butler                   HERE                                              Thrash                  HERE

Jordan                  HERE                                              Thomas               HERE

Oprisch                HERE                                               Vincenzo             HERE

Smith                   HERE

Seven (7) Present                          Zero (0) Absent

MINUTES: President Pro Tempore Beth Oprisch confirmed all Councilmembers received the minutes from the May 2nd Council Meeting. Councilman Thrash made a motion to approve the minutes from May 2, 2022, Council Meeting; motion seconded by Councilman Smith.

ROLL CALL:

Butler                   ABSTAIN                                        Thrash                  YES

Jordan                  YES                                                Thomas               YES

Oprisch               ABSTAIN                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith                   YES

Roll Call Vote:    Five (5) YES    Zero (0) NO    Two (2) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Minutes Approved

NEW BUSINESS: Councilwoman Jordan spoke on behalf of the Bible Reading Task Force and thanked the City for its support during the National Day of Prayer and the Bible Reading Marathon.

CITIZEN HEARING: None

CORRESPONDENCE: None

REPORTS: Mayor Kathryn Thalman reported that the past Friday was the first Food Truck Friday, where there will be a food truck in the front of the Courthouse every Friday until Labor Day. Moreover, the past Saturday was the Second Saturday event in the City. All the businesses are open with other activities around town; this event will be held every second Saturday of the month until Labor Day. The Mayor congratulated St. Clairsville Schools for the Lion King and Wizard of Oz productions. The Arbor Day celebration was held on May 6th, where the City planted 15 trees, one for every ten years of Arbor Day.

Service/Safety Director Jeremy Greenwood reported that four companies are currently interested in providing the City with a Gas Aggregation Program. The I-70 Water Line Project pre-construction meeting was held. Two out of the three Water Tanks have been inspected, and the inspector plans on completing the last one within the week. The Utility Office sent out notifications for Sewer Smoke Testing in May’s water bill. The West End sand bed is up and functioning. The new salt spreader was ordered and delivered. Furthermore, the lights have been fixed at the Jr. Sports Field. There have been eight water line breaks this year. The Reservoirs are getting their yearly HABs treatment. Lastly, Mr. Greenwood thanked the Police Department for all their hard work as it is National Police Week.

Councilman Thrash asked Mr. Greenwood when the Water Distribution Project would bid. Mr. Greenwood stated they are still waiting on comments from the EPA and further coordination from AT&T and Columbia Gas.

Councilwoman Jordan asked to please be forwarded all communications from the EPA. 

Police Chief Matt Arbenz reported that the Police Department assisted with the St. Mary’s 5K Walk and the Second Saturdays Event with no incidents to report. Officer Yates received a certificate to teach the Law Enforcement Approach to Domestic Violence. The Police Force will complete more training on the use of Less Lethal Impact Weapons. Chief Arbenz informed Council that Officer Wheeler assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a drone deployment during a recent crash on the interstate. Lastly, Chief Arbenz thanked the Belmont County Sheriff’s Office, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Richland Township Police Department, and Cumberland Trail Fire Department for their assistance during the incident that occurred on Main Street.

Finance Director Annette Williams reported a Finance Committee meeting tonight, where Councilman Smith will go into greater detail on what occurred. The Revenue for 2022 is on target, while expenses are 11% under what was anticipated, in part because of not being able to get things due to the supply shortage. 

Planning & Zoning Administrator Tom Murphy reported that permit requests have been picking up due to warmer weather. Mr. Murphy explained to Council his recent finding from the Council’s request to research the population in each Ward so Council could decide if they are following the Charter as written or determine that Council should revise the Charter. Mr. Murphy explained that for each Ward to be proportional, there would need to be 1,224 inhabitants in each Ward. Mr. Murphy found that Ward 1 has 793 inhabitants, Ward 2 has 1,777 inhabitants, Ward 3 has 1,289 inhabitants, and Ward 4 has 1,287 inhabitants. Furthermore, Mr. Murphy explained that if Council wished to follow the Charter correctly, there should be a committee set up to look at changing the boundaries of the Wards to conform to the Charter. But if the Council wished to stay with the geographical boundaries already in place, the Law Director could write legislation to revise the Charter.

Councilman Thomas explained that he feels that we should stick to geographical boundaries rather than change the wards to fit the population.

Council agreed with Councilman Thomas and expressed that they would like the Law Director to write legislation that would change the Charter to having Wards based on geographical boundaries.  

COMMITTEE REPORTS: 

Finance Chair Mike Smith   reported that the City is in the early stages of preparing for the Audit. With the $5 million grant, the City would submit bills to the State from the waterline project so that they can pay them, so the City wouldn’t have to front any money. The Finance Committee discussed the Investment Committee, but the Finance Committee wants to gather more information before bringing its recommendations to Council. Councilman Smith asked the Council’s opinion on paving. Mr. Greenwood explained that the cost of paving had risen significantly. With the recent $5 million grant, only two options would be financially responsible for Council. First Council could choose to completely rebuild Edinburgh Way and a partial rebuild on Kilsythe Court for $236,000. The second option is that the Council could decide to pave certain roads that the waterline replacement will not touch in phase 1 but other phases. After a lengthy discussion between the Council on the pros and cons of each option, Council decided that Edinburgh Way and Kilsythe Court are in the direst need of replacement. Council asked the Law Director to amend the prior legislation from 2021 on paving to allow for more money to replace the two streets.

Utilities Chair Terra No report

Police Chair Beth Oprisch No report.  

Streets – North Side Chair Don Vincenzo reported that residents of Green Tree had approached him about their dissatisfaction with the garbage company emptying the Legion’s trash at 4 am. Councilman Vincenzo asked if there was a remedy that the City could help provide. Chief Arbenz stated that the Legion is outside the City’s jurisdiction and recommends talking to the Legions Commander or speaking to the trash company.

Streets – South Side Chair JC Thrash asked Mr. Greenwood if he could set up a meeting with all the trash companies that operate within the City’s limit. The large size and heavy weight of the garbage trucks on some streets damage the roads. Councilman Thrash would like to ask the companies to use the smaller truck on residential roads to alleviate the risk of damage.

Safety Chair JC Thrash No report.

Building and Grounds Chair Linda Jordan No report.

Planning Commission Chair Mark Thomas No report.

Fire Chair Linda Jordan No report.

Recreation Chair Mark Thomas reported the Summer Concert Series would kick off May 26th at 6 pm, with Eli and the Mojo Kings performing.

Park District Chair Linda Jordan reported that the Park is on target to be open for Memorial Day. The Allen Pools will have free admission all Memorial Day Weekend.

ORDINANCES & RESOLUTIONS: Law Director Elizabeth Glick

No Ordinances or Resolutions

ADJOURNMENT: With no further business to come before Council, Councilman Smith made a motion to adjourn; seconded by Councilman Thrash. The meeting was adjourned at 8:06 P.M.

The next meeting will be Monday, June 6, 2022, at 7:00 P.M. All Councilmembers will be present at the City Building for the next meeting. Members of the public are welcome to attend the meeting in the Council Chambers.

May 16, 2022 Council Minutes


Changes to City Council and Council Committee meetings in June

PRESS RELEASE

TO:            Media and Public 

FROM:      Council President Jim Velas 

DATE:        June 2, 2022 

RELEASE:  IMMEDIATE

Council President Jim Velas wishes to remind the public that a Special City Council Utility Committee meeting will take place on Friday, June 3, 2022, at 3:00 P.M.  This meeting will be conducted in the City Council Chamber on the second floor of the City’s Municipal Building (100 North Market Street).  As a result of this special committee meeting, the June 6 regularly scheduled Utility Committee meeting is being cancelled.

President Velas also announces that the second City Council meeting this month will be held on Tuesday, June 21.  This change is needed due to the new federal holiday, Juneteenth (also known as “Emancipation Day” or the “Day of Freedom”), which falls on June 19; since the 19th is a Sunday this year, the federal holiday will be observed on the following day, Monday, June 20.  President Velas also would like to take this opportunity to remind the public that the new meeting time for the full City Council meeting is 7:00 P. M.

In addition to the full City Council meeting being moved to Tuesday, June 21, the Finance Committee will meet on June 21 as well.  This committee meeting will be held in the City Council Chamber and will begin at 6:15 P. M.

If questions, please call the City Council Clerk, Jacob DeBertrand, on 740-695-1324.  Thank you.

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Ordinance Number 2022-25

ORDINANCE NUMBER 2022-25

 

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2021-29

AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICES TO SOLICIT

COMPETITIVE BIDS FOR THE RESURFACING OF

STREETS IN THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE

AND AUTHORIZING AN EXPENDITURE

NOT TO EXCEED $250,000.00 FOR THE CALENDAR

YEAR 2021 TO BE COMPLETED IN CALENDAR YEAR 2022

AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, by Ordinance Number 2021-24, Council authorized an expenditure not to exceed $185,000.00 for the resurfacing of streets in the City of St. Clairsville; and

WHEREAS, by Ordinance Number 2021-26, approved by Council on September 20, 2021, the resurfacing bid for the calendar year 2021 was awarded to Cast & Baker; and

WHEREAS, by Ordinance Number 2021-29, Council amended Ordinance 2021-24 and authorized an expenditure not to exceed $200,000.00 for the resurfacing of streets in the City of St. Clairsville; and

WHEREAS, Cast & Baker were unable to start the resurfacing project in the City of St. Clairsville during Calendar Year 2021 due to the lack of availability of supplies and due to the winter shut down of the asphalt plants; and

WHEREAS, on December 8, 2021, the City of St. Clairsville was officially notified by the State of Ohio, that the City was being awarded a Five Million Dollar ($5,000,000.00) grant from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to initiate and proceed with the replacement of the City’s water distribution system, Phase One and Phase Two; and

WHEREAS, as a result of said grant, a number of the streets on the initial list of resurfacing as identified in Ordinance No. 2021-24 will now be affected by the Water Distribution Replacement Project, Phase One and Phase Two, and will no longer be resurfaced as planned in Ordinance No. 2021-24; and

WHEREAS, as a result of proceeding with the Water Distribution Replacement Project, Phase One and Phase Two, the scope of the original resurfacing project for calendar year 2021 has changed in that one of the streets on the original list of resurfacing, being Edinburgh Way, which is not to be affected by the Water Distribution Replacement Project, Phase One and Two, will now not only be resurfaced, but will also have its base layer replaced; and

WHEREAS, due to the unprecedented increase in the price of paving supplies and due to the modification in scope of the original replacement project, Cast & Baker are unable to complete said project as modified for the original bid price and have increased their original bid to an estimated bid of $236,000.00; and

WHEREAS, Council desires to increase its appropriation for said modified resurfacing project from $200,000.00 to $250,000.00 in order to ideally add some additional surfacing projects once the modified project on Edinburgh Way has been completed; and

WHEREAS, Council desires to proceed with said resurfacing project, as modified, originally scheduled for calendar year 2021 and now to be completed in calendar year 2022.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO:

SECTION 1:  That Ordinance Number 2021-29, amending Ordinance Number 2021-24, is hereby amended to allow the Director of Public Services for the City of St. Clairsville to authorize work for such resurfacing not to exceed $250,000.00 for the calendar year 2021, and to be completed in calendar year 2022, as has been modified.

SECTION 2:  That the Director of Public Services is authorized to spend funds for the resurfacing of various City streets upon award of a contract.

SECTION 3:  That this Ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health, welfare and safety of the residents of the City of St. Clairsville and for further reasons that delays in the resurfacing of the City streets will adversely affect the safety interests of the residents of the City of St. Clairsville and the financial interest of the City.

SECTION 4That this Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by the Charter of the City of St. Clairsville, Ohio.

PASSED at a meeting of the Council of the City of St. Clairsville on this 21st day of June, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 5 members of the council.

Ordinance Number 2022-25


Concert at Central Park Amphitheater is cancelled tonight, Thursday, June 2

The Parks & Recreation Department announces that tonight’s concert is being rescheduled due to the poor weather forecast for this evening.  Please watch the department’s website (https://stcrecdept.recdesk.com/) for details about the new date for this much anticipated concert.

If questions, please call the Parks & Recreation Department on 740-695-2037.  Thank you for understanding the need to alter the schedule at this late hour.