Ordinances & Resolutions
The following Ordinances & Resolutions were passed in June and July:
– confirms the appointment by the Mayor of Caroline Tackla as Sergeant.
– confirms the appointment by the Mayor of Laura Park as a full time Patrol Officer.
– confirms the appointment by the Mayor of Amy Krall as a full time Patrol Officer.
– authorizes the Mayor to execute the Cuyahoga County Business Retention Protocol, which is regional collaboration between a number of communities, to promote economic development for their common benefit.
– authorizes the Mayor to accept a permanent drainage easement for the installation, maintenance, and repair of a storm sewer at the property known as 30 Murwood Drive.
– authorizes the Mayor to accept a temporary grading easement so that the Village can perform grading work at the property known as 120 Greentree Road.
– authorizes the Mayor to accept a temporary grading easement so that the Village can perform grading work at the property known as Sublot #11 Greentree Road.
– authorizes the Mayor to enter into a contract with Burton Scot Contractors, LLC for the 2015 Drainage Repair Program, in the amount of $327,000.00.
– authorizes the Mayor to enter into a contractual agreement with Geauga County for use of their jail for Village of Moreland Hills prisoners, in the amount of $75.00 per day, per Moreland Hills’ prisoner.
– authorizes the Mayor to enter into a contract for professional services with McKenna Associates to conduct a Comprehensive Land Use Plan update, for an amount not to exceed $23,500.00.
– amends Chapter 1343 “Point of Sale Inspections” of the Codified Ordinances to incorporate the exterior property maintenance and conditions that constitute a safety hazard.
– adopts the alternative tax budget for the Fiscal Year 2016.
–a monthly financial housekeeping item.
– authorizes the Mayor to purchase security equipment from Gillmore Security for the Village Hall.
– authorizes Change Order No. 1 with United Survey for the 2014 Sewer Rehabilitation Program in the decrease amount of $26,574.45 and closing out the contract.
– opposes House Bill 8, which would mandate the utilization of political subdivision property for oil and gas drilling, if such property is included in an oil and gas unitization application.
– amends section139.04, “Compensatory Time in Lieu of Overtime Pay,” of the Village Codified Ordinances. This will allow non-exempt employees in the Service Department to earn compensatory time year-round, rather than only during winter months.
– a monthly financial housekeeping item.
– approves an additional investment fund option under the Village’s Financial Network of America Deferred Compensation plan for Village employees.