COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY OF MIAMISBURG

10 N FIRST STREET, MIAMISBURG, OHIO

 

                                                                                                                        March 3, 2020

 

Pastor R.W. Moody, First Church of God, gave the invocation, after which everyone recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

Council met in Regular Session at 6:00 p.m. with the following members present: Mayor Collins, Councilmembers Colvin, McCabe, Nestor, Nicholas, Stalder and Thompson.

 

Motion was made by Nicholas seconded by Colvin to excuse Councilmember Clark. Motion carried.

 

Motion was made by Colvin, seconded by Stalder to accept the minutes of the Regular Session on February 18, 2020, as distributed.  Motion carried. 

 

Mayor Collins opened the Citizen Forum and asked anyone present who wished to discuss an item not appearing on the agenda to come forward.   There was no response and the Forum was closed.

 

Ms. Johns presented Ordinance No. 6841.  Ms. Johns stated that this ordinance is to enter into a lease agreement with Enterprise to lease city vehicles. This lease will potentially save the City $1,000,000 over a ten-year period.  These vehicles are included in the five-year capital improvement fund.

ORDINANCE NO.  6841

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMISBURG, OHIO TO ENTER INTO A LEASE AGREEMENT AND A MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN ENTERPRISE FM TRUST AND THE CITY OF MIAMISBURG, OHIO, TO LEASE VEHICLES FOR THE CITY OF MIAMISBURG AND AUTHORIZING OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. Motion was made by Nicholas, seconded by Thompson to dispense with the requirement that Ordinance No. 6841 be read on two separate days, authorize its adoption on the first reading and have it read by title only.  Motion carried.  The Ordinance was read by title only.  Motion was made by McCabe, seconded by Stalder to pass Ordinance No. 6841, carried by Yea Votes of Colvin, McCabe, Nestor, Nicholas, Stalder and Thompson.

Ms. Johns presented Ordinance No. 6842.  Ms. Johns stated that this ordinance is to enter into a lease purchase agreement with US Bancorp to finance the purchase of four mowers for the Parks & Recreation Department and a transit van for the Police Department.  The lease purchase agreement is for a five-year term with  an interest rate of 1.88%.  All of these items are included in the five-year capital improvement fund.

 

ORDINANCE NO. 6842

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF MIAMISBURG, OHIO TO ENTER INTO A LEASE PURCHASE AGREEMENT AND AN INDIVIDUAL PAYMENT SCHEDULE BY AND BETWEEN U.S. BANCORP GOVERNMENT LEASING AND FINANCE, INC. AND THE CITY OF MIAMISBURG, OHIO AND AN ESCROW AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, THE CITY OF MIAMISBURG AND U.S. BANCORP GOVERNMENT LEASING AND FINANCING INC., TO FINANCE THE PURCHASE OF FOUR MOWERS, AND A TRANSIT VAN FOR THE CITY OF MIAMISBURG AND AUTHORIZING OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.  Motion was made by Nicholas, seconded by Colvin to dispense with the requirement that Ordinance No. 6842 be read on two separate days, authorize its adoption on the first reading and have it read by title only.  Motion carried.  The Ordinance was read by title only.  Motion was made by Stalder, seconded by Nicholas to pass Ordinance No. 6842, carried by Yea Votes of Colvin, McCabe, Nestor, Nicholas, Stalder and Thompson.

 

Mr. Stanley presented Ordinance No. 6843.  Mr. Stanley stated that this ordinance is to enter into a project agreement with Miami Township for joint participation in the 2020 Asphalt Paving Program.  Staff has worked closely with Miami Township staff coordinating the paving of Benner Road.  As a result, four Township streets will be included in this year’s City Program.  The project is currently out to bid with a bid opening date set for March 5.

Ordinance No.  6843

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A PROJECT AGREEMENT WITH MIAMI TOWNSHIP FOR JOINT PARTICIPATION IN THE 2020 ASPHALT PAVING PROGRAM AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. Motion was made by Thompson, seconded by Nestor to dispense with the requirement that Ordinance No. 6843 be read on two separate days, authorize its adoption on the first reading and have it read by title only.  Motion carried.  The Ordinance was read by title only.  Motion was made by Nicholas, seconded by McCabe to pass Ordinance No. 6843, carried by Yea Votes of Colvin, McCabe, Nestor, Nicholas, Stalder and Thompson.

 

Ms. Whipp presented Ordinance No. 6844.  Ms. Whipp stated that this ordinance is to enter into a facility use agreement with Sinclair Community College for the use of Rice Field.  Sinclair will have exclusive use of Rice Field Diamond #3 for 20 weeks.  This is a 5-year agreement.  Staff worked with the school athletic department on coordinating the use of alternate fields for the girls softball teams.

 

Ordinance No.  6844

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. Motion was made by Thompson, seconded by Stalder to dispense with the requirement that Ordinance No. 6844 be read on two separate days, authorize its adoption on the first reading and have it read by title only.  Motion carried.  The Ordinance was read by title only.  Motion was made by Thompson, seconded by Colvin to pass Ordinance No. 6844, carried by Yea Votes of Colvin, McCabe, Nestor, Nicholas, Stalder and Thompson.

 

Chief Sedlak presented a motion to declare bicycles and bicycle equipment as surplus property in the Police Department.  The trade value is $1,200 which will be applied to the purchase of six new bicycles.

 

Motion was made by Thompson, seconded by Nestor to declare bicycles and bicycle equipment as surplus property in the Police Department.  Motion carried.

 

There being no further business, motion was made to adjourn. Motion carried.

 

 

                                                                                                                                   

Michelle L. Collins, Mayor                          Kim Combs, Clerk of Council