COUNCIL FOR THE VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

AGENDA

 

IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS @6:30 P.M.

 

Monday, March 4, 2019

 

Comments from the Public are welcomed at two different times during the course of the meeting: (1) Comments on items not on the Agenda will be heard under Citizens Concerns, and (2) Comments on all items listed on the Agenda will be heard during Council’s consideration of said item.  A Sign-In sheet will be made available on the small table at the rear of the Council Chambers. Please write your name and the topic you wish to discuss. NOTE: Agenda items may be changed at the pleasure of Council during Review of Agenda.  This is done with attention to the need to give the public time to engage, and is kept to a minimum.

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

ROLL CALL

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION (6:30)

            For the Purpose of the Discussion of Litigation.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS (7:00)

 

CONSENT AGENDA (7:05)

1.      Minutes of February 18, 2019 Regular Meeting

2.      Minutes of February 25, 2019 Special Council Meeting: Executive Session

 

REVIEW OF AGENDA

 

I.              PETITIONS/COMMUNICATIONS (7:10)

            The Clerk will receive and file:

 

Village Manager re: OML Letter Regarding Gas Tax Increase

Denise Swinger re: Gas Tax Revenue

ODOT re: Gas tax

Denise A. N. Duvernay re: Millworks PUD

Lisa Wolters and Nate Cornett re: Millworks PUD

Ellen and Rod Hoover re: Millworks PUD

Gregory De Bie re: Millworks PUD

Mayor Conine re: Proclamation Report

Brian Housh re: Preparing for the 2020 Census

Marianne MacQueen re: Proposal for TGL Community Conversation

 

II.           PUBLIC HEARINGS/LEGISLATION (7:20)

Second Reading and Public Hearing of Ordinance 2019-04: Repealing Section 452.13 “Limited Parking Areas” of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Yellow Springs and Replacing it with a New Section 452.13 “Limited Parking Areas”

Second Reading and Public Hearing of Ordinance 2019-05: Repealing and Replacing Chapter 238.04 Section B (1) “Investment Officers” of Chapter 238 Treasurer of Title Six “Administration” of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Yellow Springs, Ohio

Reading of Resolution 2019-07: Approving Council’s 2019 Village Goals

 

III.        CITIZEN CONCERNS (7:30)

This time is held for citizens wishing to comment upon items NOT listed on the agenda.  Comments are limited to 3 minutes, please.

 

IV.        SPECIAL REPORTS (7:45)

Progressing Toward a Culture of Health: Sharon Sherlock/Cindy Sieck (15 min.)

 

V.           OLD BUSINESS (8:00)

Proposal for Police Department Assessment (MacQueen: 20 min.)

Discussion of Proposed SBA Cell Tower Buyout (Bates: 10 min.)

Manager’s Housing Advisory Board Report (MacQueen: 5 min.)

Village Manager Search Update (Housh: 10 min.)

 

VI.        NEW BUSINESS (8:45)

Consideration of Planning Commission Recommendation re: PUD Rezoning Request (Swinger: 45 min.)

 

VII.       MANAGER’S REPORT (9:30)

 

VIII.       CLERK REPORT (9:35)

 

IX.        FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS (9:40)*

March 18:

 

Discussion of Holiday Swap or Replacement for Election Day

 

 

Charter Amendment Follow Up

 

 

Creation of Energy Savings Improvement District

 

 

Village Manager Search Update

April 1:

 

Announcement of Village Manager Candidate Finalists

April 15:

 

Village Manager Search Update

May 6:

 

Village Manager Announcement and Transition Plan

 

*Future Agenda items are noted for planning purposes only and are subject to change.

 

ADJOURNMENT

The next regular meeting of the Council of the Village of Yellow Springs will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, March 18, 2019 in Council Chambers, John Bryan Community Center, 100 Dayton Street.

 

The Village of Yellow Springs is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities.  The Council meeting is wheelchair accessible.  Any person requiring a disability accommodation should contact the Village Clerk of Council’s Office at 767-9126 or via e-mail at clerk@yso.com for more information.

 

 

 

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