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VILLAGE OF DEERFIELD
COUNCIL MEETING Aug. 7, 2017
The meeting of the Deerfield Village Council was called to order by President Todd Nighswander at 7:00pm.
Trustees Present: Nate O’Connor,Donna Holubik, Mike Gilson, Kevin Eggleston & Connie Sieler & Superintendant Conner.
Absent: Dave Rogers
Guests: Bob Knoblauch Co. Comm., Gary & Sharon Brown, Doug Hagenbuch, Doug Smith, Lee Shirey Plan. Comm. Chair & Hadden Baer.
Minutes of the Regular meeting were read and approved.
Treasurer’s Report – Motion Sieler to approve treasurer’s report 2nd Gilson Carried.
Village Supt.’s Report – Water tower maintenance is underway. Updating of 2 of the pumps will need to be done. Temporary updating was necessary to continue with water tower project. The Deerfield Area Fund established in the Lenawee Community Foundation will be providing funds for a splash pad at the park.
Police & Building Inspector Reports – reviewed.
Old Business: At their meeting just prior to the council meeting, the Planning Commission reviewed the pros and cons of changing ordinance #13 to allow for chickens inside the Village limits. They reviewed the ordinance Chelsea has for chickens and found it very restrictive. With concerns about sanitation and enforcing the ordinance, the Planning Comm. recommended the Council maintain the current ordinance. Council discussed the ordinance and listened to the requests of the guests. Motion Sieler to keep Ord.#13 as is Second O’Connor. A roll call vote was taken: Holubik Yea, Sieler Yea, O’Connor Yea, Eggleston Nay, Gilson Yea, Nighswander Yea. Motion carried to maintain Ord.#13 as is.
New Business: Connor – 10 hrs. overtime for July. County Comm. Bob Knoblauch advised the Council there will be a large tire collection @ fairground Aug. 26th 8-2pm. There will be a revote on the Nov. 7 ballot to reset the tax rate that was voted on in 1968. Motion Gilson to split the cost of replacing flags when needed if the Legion left the flags up in town from Memorial Day to Labor Day 2nd Holubik Carried.
Motion Gilson to adjourn meeting @ 8:57 Second Sieler Carried.
Note: Next Meeting will be held on Tues. Sept. 12, 2017 @ 7pm.
Denise Wylie (354)
Blissfield Township Board Meeting
August 8, 2017
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Clerk Cranor.
Members present: Gregg, Gilson-Pitts, Baldwin, Cranor.
MOTION Gregg, second Pitts to approve minutes of July 10, 2017 meeting. Motion carried.
MOTION Gregg, second Gilson-Pitts to accept Treasurer’s report. Motion carried.
MOTION Gregg, second Gilson-Pitts to approve payment of bills with following corrections to Fire Fund Operations: General Fund $1459.86; Fire Fund $7,221.86 to $8,169.62 (Consumers Energy added) Monthly changed from $11,068.97 to $12,016.73: Year-To-Date from $80,616.83 to $81,564.59. Motion carried.
Discussion about mileages, expenditures, consolidation, sell ladder truck, etc., possible ways to make our department run more efficiently within the budget.
MOTION Gregg, second Gilson-Pitts for Firefighters Association to pay a grant writer in the amount of $2,000. Motion carried.
MOTION Gregg, second Gilson-Pitts to engage Aden Porter for cemetery maintenance at rate of $2,000/month starting August 1 through December 31, 2017. Motion carried.
MOTION Gilson-Pitts, second Gregg to adjourn at 8:17 p.m.
Karen Baldwin, Treasurer
Nancy Cranor, Clerk (172)