Redevelopment Commission Meeting 11/12/2019

City-NEws-e1455073509249The Charlestown Redevelopment Commission met for a regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, November 12 at 9:00am. Following is a summary of the meeting with audio available:

  1. Call to Order/Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Determination of a Quorum and Roll Call: Members present were Pat Glotzbach, Eric Vaughn, and Mayor Bob Hall. George Roberts and Ted Little were absent. Also in attendance were Clerk Treasurer Donna Coomer and city attorney Michael Gillenwater
  3. Prior meeting’s minutes, current claims, and payroll allowance docket from 10/07/2019 to 11/10/2019 combined into one motion for approval.
    • Motion to approve made by Eric Vaughn
    • Seconded by Pat Glotzbach
    • No Discussion
    • Unanimous approval
  4. New Business
    • Claim entered for payment to Wheatley Group (for economic development consulting) in the amount of $15,000
      • Motion to approve made by Pat Glotzbach
      • Seconded by Eric Vaughn
      • No Discussion
      • Unanimous Approval
    • Partial Release of Mortgage in Springville Manor – Lot #30
      • Motion to approve made by Eric Vaughn
      • Seconded by Pat Glotzbach
      • No Discussion
      • Unanimous approval
    • Mayor Hall noted that there are approximately four lots remaining in Springville Manor. He entertained a motion to release the remaining lots to be sold to the general population rather than hold them in reserve for Pleasant Ridge residents.
      • Motion to approve made by Eric Vaughn
      • Seconded by Pat Glotzbach
      • Pat Glotzbach asked how much they’re selling for and Mayor Hall said approximately $109,000
      • Unanimous approval
    • Claim entered for payment to Associated Appraisal Group in the amount of $3,000 for appraisal on the Renaissance Highway 62 project
      • Motion to approve payment made by Pat Glotzbach
      • Seconded by Eric Vaughn
      • No Discussion
      • Unanimous approval
    • Mayor Hall made a motion to pay the remaining balance owed to Clark and Brenda Nickles in their purchase contract. 
      • Motion to approve payment made by Eric Vaughn
      • Seconded by Pat Glotzbach
      • Pat Glotzbach asked the remaining balance and Mayor Hall said $250,000.
      • Unanimous approval
  5. Adjournment
    • Motion to adjourn made by Eric Vaughn
    • Seconded by Pat Glotzbach
    • Unanimous approval

Board of Public Works Meeting 09/03/2019

7ab1a11b-853b-474b-97c1-1815c11e4bdaThe Charlestown Board of Public Works met on Tuesday, September 3 at 9:00 AM for a rescheduled meeting due to the Labor Day holiday. Following is a summary of the meeting with full audio available at the end.

  1. Call to Order/Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Determination of a Quorum and Roll Call: Members present were Ted Little and Mayor Bob Hall. Ben Ledbetter was absent. Also in attendance were Clerk Treasurer Donna Coomer and city attorney Michael Gillenwater.
  3. Approval of prior meeting’s minutes, current claims, and payroll allowance docket from 08/12/2019 to 08/31/2019 combined into one motion for approval.
    • Motion to approve made by Ted Little
    • Seconded by Bob Hall
    • No Discussion
    • Unanimous approval
  4. Resolutions
    • Resolution No. 2019-R-11 – A Resolution Changing Sanitation Billing from Quarterly to Monthly
      • Motion to approve made by Ted Little
      • Seconded by Bob Hall
      • No Discussion
      • Unanimous approval
    • Resolution No. 2019-R-12 – A Resolution Applying Water Utility Deposits to Sanitary Sewer And/Or Sanitation Accounts
      • Motion to approve made by Ted Little
      • Seconded by Bob Hall
      • No Discussion
      • Unanimous approval
    • Resolution No. 2019-R-15 – A Resolution authorizing Mayor Hall or Eric Vaughn to sign closing documents on a lot in Danbury Oaks for a park
      • Motion to approve made by Ted Little
      • Seconded by Bob Hall
      • No Discussion
      • Unanimous approval
    • Approval of Contracts
      • Chuck Ledbetter – Certificate for Police Department
        • In regard to the construction of the new police station they’ve reached a point to get the completion certificate and transfer of property.
        • He suggested July 22 as the official date since they became operational and moved in on July 25.
        • He came to the board to execute the quit claim deed requiring a notarized signature by the Mayor
        • Motion to approve made by Mayor Hall
        • Seconded by Ted Little
        • No Discussion
        • Unanimous approval
  5. Saegesser Engineering Update – Taylor Friesz
    • Submitted a Request for Approval for change order number two for the paving. This will be a decrease in payment of $19,936.85 due to underages on the paving project. Requested claim payment of $534,049.53 as the total cost
      • Motion to approve claim payment made by Bob Hall
      • Seconded by Ted Little
      • No Discussion
      • Unanimous approval
  6.  Adjournment
    • Motion to adjourn made by Ted Little
    • Seconded by Bob Hall
    • Unanimous Approval

Audio available here: