City of St. Clairsville

Ordinance Number 2022-16

ORDINANCE 2022-16

AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE

NORMAL EXPENSES AND OTHER EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF ST.

CLAIRSVILLE, STATE OF OHIO, FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2022 THROUGH

DECEMBER 31, 2022 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

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

SECTION 1: That to provide for the normal expenses and other expenditures of the said City of St. Clairsville, Ohio, for the period January 1, 2022 through December 1, 2022, the following amounts be appropriated:

ARC Federal Grant

2052-800-560-000 (Utility Distribution Systems) – $1074.95

SECTION 2:  That this Ordinance is 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 so that the City can maintain normal operations.

SECTION 3:  That 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 March, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 6 members of the council.

Ordinance Number 2022-16

 


Ordinance Number 2022-15

ORDINANCE 2022-15

AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH THE BODY CAMERA GRANT FUND #2053, TO RECEIVE REVENUE FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, MAKE ADDITIONAL PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS, FOR THE NORMAL EXPENSES OF THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, STATE OF OHIO, FOR THE PERIOD OF JANUARY 1, 2022 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2022 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

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

SECTION 1:  Authorizes the Finance Director of the City of St. Clairsville to establish the Body Camera Grant Fund; establish the necessary Revenue and Appropriation Accounts.

SECTION 2:  That to provide for the normal receipts and expenditures of various funds that said City of St. Clairsville, for the period of January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022, the following sums are hereby Received and Appropriated for the Body Camera Grant Fund 2053:

Revenue                                  2053-411-0000 – $16,880.00

Appropriations                        2053-800-520-0000 – $16,880.00

SECTION 3:  That this Ordinance is 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 so that the City can maintain normal operations.

SECTION 4:  That 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 March, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 6 members of the council.

Ordinance Number 2022-15


Ordinance Number 2022-14

ORDINANCE NUMBER 2022-14

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE TO ENTER

INTO CONTRACT FOR THE ENGINEERING OF THE BEL NATIONAL RD. TUNNEL

REHAB, PID 108774 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the City of St. Clairsville has determined the need for the rehabilitation of National Road Bikeway Tunnel under U.S. 40; and

WHEREAS, the City of St. Clairsville has entered into an LPA – ODOT – Let Project Agreement as authorized by Council by Resolution No. 2021-36; and

WHEREAS, the City of St. Clairsville now desires to enter into a contract for engineering services with ms consultants, inc., the project engineer for the project identified as BEL National Rd Tunnel Rehab, PID 108774.

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

SECTION 1:  That in order to further the project identified as BEL National Rd Tunnel Rehab, PID 108774, Jeremy Greenwood, Public Service/Safety Director, shall be authorized to execute Agreement No. 37168 (attached hereto as Exhibit “A”) with ms consultants, inc. on behalf of the City of St. Clairsville as and for the purpose of proceeding with the rehabilitation of National Road Bikeway Tunnel under U.S. 40.

SECTION 2:  That this Ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, welfare and safety of the said City. 

SECTION 3That 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 March, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 6 members of the council.

Ordinance Number 2022-14

Attachment to Ord. No. 2022-14


Ordinance Number 2022-13

ORDINANCE NUMBER 2022-13

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR

 BIDS TO LEASE OIL AND GAS OWNED BY THE CITY OF

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the City of St. Clairsville, Ohio, finds it to be in the best interest of the City to enter into an oil and gas lease for the minerals it owns.

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

SECTION 1:  That the City Public Service/Safety Director is authorized to advertise for proposals to lease the oil and gas minerals owned by the City of St. Clairsville in accordance with O.R.C. §721.03 and identified as Parcels I through VII attached hereto.

SECTION 2:  That the City Public Service/Safety Director is authorized to receive such proposals for leasing the City oil and gas minerals at his office at St. Clairsville, Ohio, until ________________________ at which time the proposals will be opened and read.

SECTION 3:  That this Ordinance is 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 in order to lease oil and gas minerals owned.

SECTION 4:  That 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 March, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 6 members of the council.

Ordinance Number 2022-13

2022-13 Ordinance Attachment 3.18.22


Ordinance Number 2022-12

ORDINANCE NUMBER 2022-12

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING AUTHORIZATION

TO THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICES/SAFETY TO

SOLICIT COMPETITIVE BIDS FOR CERTAIN EQUIPMENT

UNDER THE COOPERATIVE PURCHASING PROGRAM,

AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the Council for the City of St. Clairsville authorized the Director of Public Services/Safety to purchase equipment under the Cooperative Purchasing Program with the Ohio Department of Administrative Services; and

WHEREAS, the City desires to purchase the following equipment:

  • Backyard Machine
  • Mini-Excavator

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

SECTION 1:  That the Director of Finance is authorized to take whatever actions and execute whatever documents are necessary to purchase the following equipment under the Ohio Cooperative Purchasing Program:

  • Backyard Machine
  • Mini-Excavator

SECTION 2:  That this Ordinance is 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 as the City is in need of such equipment to continue and promote the effective and efficient operations of the City.

SECTION 3:  That 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 March, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 6 members of the council.

Ordinance Number 2022-12

 


Resolution Number 2022-11

RESOLUTION NUMBER 2022-11

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PARTICIPATION

IN THE ODOT ROAD SALT CONTRACTS AWARDED

IN 2022 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the City of St. Clairsville, Belmont County, Ohio, (hereinafter referred to as the “Political Subdivision”) hereby submits this written agreement to participate in the Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) annual road salt bid in accordance with Ohio Revised Code 5513.01(B) and hereby agrees to all of the following terms and conditions in its participation of the ODOT road salt contract:

  1. The Political Subdivision hereby agrees to be bound by all terms and conditions established by ODOT in the road salt contract and acknowledges that upon notice of award of the contract by the Director of ODOT it shall be bound by all such terms and conditions included in the contract; and
  2. The Political Subdivision hereby acknowledges that upon the Director of ODOT’s signing of the road salt contract, it shall effectively form a contract between the awarded salt supplier and the Political Subdivision; and
  3. The Political Subdivision agrees to be solely responsible for resolving all claims or disputes arising out of its participation in the ODOT road salt contract and agrees to hold the Department of Transportation harmless for any claims, actions, expenses, or other damages arising out of the Political Subdivision’s participation in the road salt contract; and
  4. The Political Subdivision’s electronic order for Sodium Chloride (Road Salt) will be the amount the Political Subdivision agrees to purchase from its awarded salt supplier at the delivered bid price per ton awarded by the Director of ODOT; and
  5. The Political Subdivision hereby requests through this participation agreement a total of 700 tons of Sodium Chloride (Road Salt) of which the Political Subdivision agrees to purchase from its awarded salt supplier at the delivered bid price per ton awarded by the Director of ODOT; and
  6. The Political Subdivision hereby agrees to purchase a minimum of 90% of its electronically submitted salt quantities from its awarded salt supplier during the contract’s effective period; and
  7. The Political Subdivision hereby agrees to place orders with and directly pay the awarded salt supplier on a net 30 basis for all road salt it receives pursuant to ODOT salt contract; and
  8. The Political Subdivision acknowledges that should it wish to rescind this participation agreement it will do so by written, emailed request by no later than Friday, April 29 by 5:00 p.m.  The written, emailed request to rescind this participation agreement must be received by the ODOT Office of Contract Sales, Purchasing Section email: Contracts.Purchasing@dot.ohio.gov by the deadline.  The Department, upon receipt, will respond that it has received the request and that it has effectively removed the Political Subdivision’s participation request.  Furthermore, it is the sole responsibility of the Political Subdivision to ensure ODOT has received this participation agreement as well as the receipt of any request to rescind this participation agreement.  The Department shall not be held responsible or liable for failure to receive a Political Subdivision’s participation agreement and/or a Political Subdivision’s request to rescind its participation agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Council of the City of St. Clairsville, Ohio:

SECTION 1:  That this participation agreement for the ODOT road salt contract is hereby approved, funding has been authorized, and the Political Subdivision agrees to the above terms and conditions regarding participation on the ODOT salt contract.

SECTION 2:  That this Resolution is 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 3:  That 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.

PASSED at a meeting of the Council of the City of St. Clairsville on this 21st day of March, 2022, by the affirmative vote of 6 members of the council.

Resolution Number 2022-11


March 7, 2022 Council Minutes

ST. CLAIRSVILLE CITY COUNCIL

March 7, 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 Jim Velas at 7:30 pm. President Velas 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: Council President Velas confirmed all Councilmembers received the minutes from the February 22nd Council Meeting. Councilwoman Butler made a motion to approve the minutes from February 22, 2022, Council Meeting; motion seconded by Councilman Thomas.

ROLL CALL:

Butler              YES                                        Thrash             YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch            YES                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith               YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Minutes Approved

Council President Velas confirmed all Councilmembers received the minutes from the February 28th Special Council Meeting. Councilman Thomas made a motion to approve the minutes from February 28, 2022, Special Council Meeting; motion seconded by Councilwoman Oprisch.

ROLL CALL:

Butler              YES                                        Thrash             YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch            YES                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith               ABSTAIN

Roll Call Vote:    Six (6) YES    Zero (0) NO    One (1) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Minutes Approved

NEW BUSINESS: Council President Velas asked Council if they had any thoughts regarding revising the Charter. Councilman Thomas stated that he feels that there doesn’t necessarily have to be a complete overhaul of the Charter at this time but rather make cosmetic changes that would allow the City to run more efficiently. Furthermore, Councilman Thomas stated that recommended changes to the Charter could be achieved by forming an ad-hoc committee to review the Charter and see what changes could help the City. Councilwoman Oprisch and Councilman Smith agreed with councilman Thomas that an ad-hoc committee or work session would allow the Council to review the Charter and recommend changes. Councilwoman Jordan suggested that Council form a committee to review the Charter and then submit the recommended changes of the Charter to the Charter Review Committee that is comprised of citizens of the City.

The Council discussed the changing Council meeting time of 7:00 pm and the repercussions for the Finance Committee Meeting and the Utility Committee Meeting who meet before the Council Meeting. The Finance Committee meets the third Monday of the Month at 6:45, and the Utility Committee meets the first Monday of the Month at 6:45. With the Council Meeting time change to 7:00 pm, Finance Committee Chairman Mike Smith and Utility Committee Chairwoman Terra Butler expressed that 15 minute would not be adequate for the Committees to complete all business before the Council Meeting.

Councilwoman Butler made a motion to change the meeting time of the Utility Committee to 6:30 pm, effective May 2, 2022, seconded by Councilman Thomas.

ROLL CALL:

Butler              YES                                        Thrash             YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch            YES                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith               YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

Councilman Smith made a motion to change the meeting time of the Finance Committee to 6:15 pm, effective April 18, 2022, seconded by Councilman Thrash.

ROLL CALL:

Butler              YES                                        Thrash             YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch            YES                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith               YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

CITIZEN HEARING: Bryce Basista of Horizon Telecom spoke to Council regarding a request to place fiber-optic lines on existing municipal utility poles within City limits. Mr. Basista sought Council’s approval for two projects; the first is located on the City’s East End, touching eight utility poles. The second is located at the Digestive Health Complex at 300 West Main Street, touching on four utility poles. The Code does not require a Resolution for the project’s approval, but rather Council’s approval.

Councilman Thomas made a motion to approve both of Horizon’s proposed projects in the City, seconded by Councilwoman Jordan.

ROLL CALL:

Butler              YES                                        Thrash             YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch            YES                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith               YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

CORRESPONDENCE: Councilwoman Jordan read a letter on behalf of the National Day of Prayer Task Force. The Task Force invited Mayor Thalman to do the honorary first reading to begin the 2022 Public Bible Reading Marathon on Thursday, April 28; furthermore, the Task Force asked the City for its permission to use the big tent the City has supplied in the past. Please find it attached at the end of the minutes to read the full letter.

Councilman Smith made a motion to allow the City to provide its tent to the National Day of Prayer Task Force during the 2022 Public Bible Reading Marathon, seconded by Councilman Vincenzo.

ROLL CALL:

Butler              YES                                        Thrash             YES

Jordan                  ABSTAIN                                        Thomas               YES

Oprisch            YES                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith               YES

Roll Call Vote:    Six (6) YES    Zero (0) NO    One (1) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

REPORTS: Mayor Kathryn Thalman reported that the City is working with Senator Brown’s office to find grants to possibly rehab the building at the Rec Center. After all the winter storms, the Mayor thanked the Street Department for their prompt clean-up of the bike trail. The Mayor asked everyone to keep Ukraine in their thoughts and prayers as they fight for their freedom.

Service/Safety Director Jeremy Greenwood reported that the City was approached by an Oil and Gas Company about leasing seven parcels of about 62 acres for $4,000 an acre with 20% interest which is about $251,000. The National Road Bikeway Project is set to proceed on March 18th; with no meeting being held before that time, there will be Legislation for the March 21st meeting with emergency language to enter a contract with the company doing the work. A backup generator company did a site visit to see what is needed for having generators for the Lift Stations and the Rec Center. Two loan applications were submitted to the Ohio EPA, one for the I-70 Waterline Project and one for the Water Distribution Project. The Water Department calculated February’s water loss at 41%. The week of March 14th through the 18th, the City will be conducting storm cleanup throughout all the Wards. Mr. Greenwood congratulated Street Superintendent Darin Pytlak on the birth of his daughter. Dustin Hall is March’s Employee of the Month.

Councilman Thomas stated that he has no problem adopting Legislation on an emergency basis to allow the City to receive bids for the oil and gas leases.

Councilman Smith asked what the project entails for the National Road Bikeway Tunnel Project. Mr. Greenwood stated that the tunnel would be renovated and extend the wing walls to avoid erosion and pave the entire bike trail.

Police Chief Matt Arbenz reported 380 calls to service in February, ten crashes, 17 arrests, three warrants served, and two domestic violence calls. Chief Arbenz met with representatives from the Run For The Wall event. In this annual event, they start in Los Angeles and ride motorcycles to Washington, DC, the Vietnam Memorial Wall, and then to Illinois to the Wall erected for all service members killed after Vietnam. The representatives seek Council permission to close the street in front of the Court House on Memorial Day from 8:15 – 8:45 to hold a Memorial Day Service.

Councilwoman Oprisch made a motion to approve the Run For The Wall Event request on Memorial Day, seconded by Councilman Thomas.

ROLL CALL:

Butler              YES                                        Thrash             YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch            YES                                        Vincenzo         YES

Smith               YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN    Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

Lastly, Chief Arbenz recognized Officer Justin Work for his life-saving efforts to save a young woman who had overdosed. Chief Arbenz awarded Officer Justin Work with the Life-Saving Award Accommodation for saving the young woman’s life.

Finance Director Annette Williams No report.

Planning & Zoning Administrator Tom Murphy No report.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Finance Chair Mike Smith No report.

Utilities Chair Terra Butler reported there was a meeting before the Council meeting where they went over February’s billing report, discussed rate increases, and lastly received language for delinquent, final, and termination of utility services.

Police Chair Beth Oprisch No report.  

Streets – North Side Chair Don Vincenzo reported that work is needed on a storm drain on Oak Street. On 8 Willow Road, the snowplow tore out the curb due to not having the proper space to plow because of vehicles parked in the roadway. Lastly, on the corner of Oak and Willow, gravel has collected in drains due to rainfall.

Streets – South Side Chair JC Thrash No report.

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 that ODNR Grant for the Reservoir for parking, sidewalks, and potential boat ramp, was submitted. The Rec Department will submit the Grant for the Capital Bill on or before March 18th. The Indoor Soccer league for Boys and Girls K-6 has begun. There is also a Girls Volleyball League that will be starting.    

Park District Chair Linda Jordan No report.

ORDINANCES & RESOLUTIONS: Law Director Elizabeth Glick

Due to changes in the budget, Ordinance No. 2022-09 was asked to be rescinded and replaced with Ordinance No. 2022-10.

Councilman Thomas made a motion to rescind Ordinance No. 2022-09, seconded by Councilman Thrash.

ROLL CALL:

Butler                   YES                                                      Thrash                  YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch               YES                                                  Vincenzo         YES

Smith                   YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN   Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

FIRST READING

Ordinance 2022 – 10 – AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE NORMAL EXPENSES AND OTHER EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, STATE OF OHIO, FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2022, THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2022, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

A motion was made by Councilman Thrash that the rules requiring three separate readings be suspended on Ordinance No. 2022-10 and that the Ordinance, be passed on an emergency basis; seconded by Councilwoman Butler.

ROLL CALL:

Butler                   YES                                                      Thrash                  YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch               YES                                                  Vincenzo         YES

Smith                   YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN   Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

Councilman Thrash made a motion to approve Ordinance No. 2022-10; seconded by Councilwoman Butler.

ROLL CALL:

Butler                   YES                                                      Thrash                  YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch               YES                                                  Vincenzo         YES

Smith                   YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN   Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

THIRD READING

RESOLUTION 2022-07 – A RESOLUTION MOVING THE TIME OF ALL REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS FROM 7:30 P.M. TO 7:00 P.M.

A motion was made by Councilwoman Jordan to approve Resolution No. 2022-07, seconded by Councilwoman Oprisch.

ROLL CALL:

Butler                   YES                                                      Thrash                  YES

Jordan                  YES                                                      Thomas               YES

Oprisch               YES                                                  Vincenzo         YES

Smith                   YES

Roll Call Vote:    Seven (7) YES    Zero (0) NO    Zero (0) ABSTAIN   Zero (0) ABSENT

Motion Carried

With the passage of Resolution No. 2022-07, the St. Clairsville City Council will meet at 7:00 pm, starting April 18, 2022.

ADJOURNMENT: With no further business to come before Council, Councilman Thomas made a motion to adjourn; seconded by Councilman Smith. The meeting was adjourned at 8:38 P.M.

The next meeting will be Monday, March 21st, 2022, at 7:30 P.M. All Councilmembers will be present at the City Building for the next meeting. Members of the public are welcome to attend the in-person meeting in the Council Chambers.

March 7, 2022 Council Minutes



Effective 9 P. M., March 18, a limited 48-Hour Boil Order is needed for certain Westminster Drive residents and all of Beckett Court

On Friday, a water break occurred in the vicinity of 119 Westminster Drive.  Crews completed the necessary repairs and water service was restored by 9 P. M.  We expect that the following residences experienced water loss, and may have pressure issues and/or discoloration:

Westminster Drive — 114,116,118,119,121,123,125,126,127,129, and 133; and

all of Beckett Court.

Please note that if you experienced water loss, your residence is under a 48-Hour Boil Order.  If you have any questions, please call the Municipal Utilities Office (740-695-1410) to reach the after-hours answering service.

Thank you.