TROY — Troy City Council will kick off its first meeting of the year at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
Council will first take action to employ Sue Knight as clerk of council for two years for $3,600 per year. Council will then adjourn into executive session to discuss negotiations or bargaining sessions with public employees in regards to compensation or other terms and conditions of employment.
Council will then vote on approval of rules of council, elect a president of council pro tem and elect a clerk of council pro tem.
The following resolutions and ordinances appear on council’s agenda:
R-1-2016 Authorize use of Internet auction sites for sale of surplus property — first reading
This is a routine annual resolution which authorizes the city’s director of public service and safety to list city property that is deemed surplus to be sold online. According to the resolution, any such Internet auction sales shall be conducted by way of Internet auction services of GovDeals.com, Amazon.com, Ebay.com, Ubid.com, Yahoo.com, MSN.com, or Google.com, pursuant to the rules and regulations promulgated and in effect for those sales organizations, including that the city of Troy will pay a sales fee to the internet auction services organization.
R-2-2016 Agreement – Wages, benefits, etc., International Association of Fire Fighters represented employees 2016-2018 — Emergency first reading
The resolution is an agreement for wages and benefits with the city’s IAFF members through 2018.
R-3-2016 Agreement – Wages, benefits, etc., FOP Police Captains 2016-2018 — Emergency first reading
The resolution is an agreement for wages and benefits with the city’s FOP Ohio Labor Council Inc. members through 2018.
O-41-2015 Amended ordinance — Amending general plan of Stonebridge Meadows Planned Development — Fourth reading
The ordinance language includes the planned development “be amended to include a provision that any changes to the CC&Rs after the Amendment to Declaration of Subdivision, establishing Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions the developer filed with the Miami County Recorder in October 2015 would be subject to Council approval, and that amended 0-41-2015 be adopted to approve the amendment to the General Plan portion of the Stonebridge Meadows Planned Development regarding Phase Four.”
Last October, Stonebridge Development owner Judy Tomb applied for the proposed changes of phase four of the development, including razing an existing brick home and outbuildings on a 1.66-acre lot and the reconfiguration by increasing the development’s total lots from 134 to 138 lots.
O-2-2016 Release Mortgage Lien for In-A-Jif Print Inc. as loan paid off — Emergency first reading
This ordinance releases the mortgage lien for CoriGraphics. The loan was dated Nov. 9, 2000, and has been paid in full.
O-3-2016 Salaries 2016 – 2018 IAFF represented employees and police captains — Emergency first reading
This ordinance authorizes a two percent increase in salary per year through 2018 for platoon commanders and 1st-3rd class fire fighters. The ordinance also authorizes a two percent increase in police captain hourly wages per year through 2018.
O-4-2016 Authorize participation in ODOT Cooperative Purchasing Program — First reading
On Dec. 23, the finance committee agreed to recommend that the city of Troy to participate in the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Cooperative Purchasing Program. Similar to the State purchasing program, participating in this ODOT program could provide potential cost savings due to the volume purchasing of ODOT. There is no cost to join the program.
For more information, visit www.troyohio.gov.
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