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Ordinances & Resolutions


The following Ordinances & Resolutions were passed in June and July:

Ordinance 2015-44 – confirms the appointment by the Mayor of Caroline Tackla as Sergeant.

Ordinance 2015-45 – confirms the appointment by the Mayor of Laura Park as a full time Patrol Officer.

Ordinance 2015-46 – confirms the appointment by the Mayor of Amy Krall as a full time Patrol Officer.

Ordinance 2015-47 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-48 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-49 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-50 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-51 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-53 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-54 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-55 – amends Chapter 1343 “Point of Sale Inspections” of the Codified Ordinances to incorporate the exterior property maintenance and conditions that constitute a safety hazard.

Resolution 2015-56 – adopts the alternative tax budget for the Fiscal Year 2016.

Ordinance 2015-57 –a monthly financial housekeeping item.

Ordinance 2015-58 – authorizes the Mayor to purchase security equipment from Gillmore Security for the Village Hall.

Application Withdrawn

Ordinance 2015-60 – 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.

Resolution 2015-61 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-62 – 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.

Ordinance 2015-63 – a monthly financial housekeeping item.

Ordinance 2015-64 – approves an additional investment fund option under the Village’s Financial Network of America Deferred Compensation plan for Village employees.



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