TROY — Troy City Council will consider the final record plan of the Kettering Health Network’s planned development at its first meeting of the new year at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2 at City Hall.
Planning Commission approved the final development plan of Kettering Health Network’s new hospital at 600 W. Main St. last week. Commission also approved the final record plan of the Kettering Health Network Planned Development contingent upon city staff and the applicant reaching an agreement on the dedication of additional right-of-way by the applicant for future city needs. Emergency legislation is requested.
Council Tuesday also will have the first reading of the final plat recommendation of Fox Harbor subdivision. The plat contains 18 building lots in section 4 of the subdivision.
Council will also consider the recommendation to extend the current agreement for the electrical generation and transmission supply for city facilities for an additional 17 months. The rate reduction would save $60,000. The agreement must be approved by Jan. 26. The agreement would extend services, through the Miami Valley Communications Council, through May 31, 2021. Troy is one of 20 communities within the regional purchasing group. Emergency legislation is requested.
Other business items include an ordinance employing Sue Knight as clerk of council for $3,600 per year; accepting the final Wilson Annexation of 33 acres on Washington Road; and authorize use of Internet auction sites for surplus property.
Council will also meet in a workshop session at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 8. The agenda includes Sunshine Law, open meeting and public records information presented by law director Grand Kerber. Kerber will also present information regarding ethics, invocation guidelines, chain of command protocol, rules of council and appoint committees. A presentation regarding Troy’s Community branding will be presented by Director of Public Service and Safety Patrick Titterington.