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Also present were Fiscal Officer Rhonda Sowers, Street Commissioner Bryan Lucas, Police Officer Chris Suppelsa, Zoning Administrator Bob Hruska, Board of Public Affairs member Lynn App and Police Chaplain Fr. Redett moved to excuse President Pro Tem John Starcher from the December 27 regular meeting and to excuse Councilman Dean Dorko from the December 27 meeting at p.m. MINUTESMinutes of the December 13, 2017 regular meeting were approved as submitted. Motion to waive three readings on three separate occasions made by Mr. Sowers said that CT Consultants has completed its portion of the Clemons Park Master Plan and forwarded it to Mark Dilley of MAD Scientists for additional input. Main Street Two bids were received for lease of the building at 414 W. Emilia Wise submitted a bid of 0.00 per month for the downstairs of the building and Kathleen Widing submitted a bid for 0.00 per month for the second floor of the building. Dorko moved to award the lease of the downstairs of 414 W. Based on discussion and consensus of council, Mayor Bird will notify the JIIG representatives that village officials are not willing to take ownership of the roads on Johnsons Island. MAD Scientist Assoc., LLC and CT Consultants Update on Master Plan for Clemons Park Mrs. Sowers explained that the five year, 2-mill levy for current operating expenses expires next year. Discussion on Renewal/Replacement of 2-Mill Levy for Current Operating Expenses- Mrs.

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December 13, 2017VILLAGE OF MARBLEHEAD REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGHELD DECEMBER 13, 2017Mayor Bird called the meeting to order at p.m. ROLL CALL AND ATTENDANCEAnswering roll call were Dean Dorko, Duane Myers, Dave Redett, Ron Royhab and John Starcher. Also present were Fiscal Officer Rhonda Sowers, Solicitor Jim Barney, Street Commissioner Bryan Lucas, Police Officer Chris Suppelsa, Zoning Administrator Bob Hruska and Board of Public Affairs member Lynn App. Mark Fisher of PNC Bank discussed options for financing the upgrades by issuing debt which would be paid by assessing Johnsons Island property owners. James Sayler of Reitz Engineering presented information on the current condition of the roads as well as a cost estimate of approximately 5,000.00 to bring the roads up to typical standards for vehicular traffic. Redett moved to accept the recommendation of Mayor Bird and appoint Tim Feller to a six-year term beginning January 1, 2018 on the Marblehead Village Planning Commission. Appoint Tim Feller to Six Year Term on Planning Commission Mr.

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