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The 2019 budget was approved by City Council on Dec. 11. One significant change for the final reading was the recalculated insurance costs. The city will switch providers, resulting in a savings of more than $400,000 next year.
Ord. 2018-80 authorized bidding for the Charles Street Sanitary Sewer Project. The project entails installing an eight-inch sanitary sewer line and lift station on Charles Street. The estimated cost is $508,440. The project will be paid by funds from the Ohio Public Works Commission as well as a note issued by the city.
Mayor Tom O’Leary said the project will bring about 27 homes currently using old septic tanks onto the city’s sanitary sewer system, as well as allow service for three businesses in the project area. The legislation passed as a first reading.
Various grant applications were authorized:
Council also approved final readings to contract with the Crawford County Prosecutor’s Office for prosecutorial services to the city at a cost of $35,000 per year, and to contract with Richland County Public Health for plumbing inspection services.
A final reading was passed to approve recommendations from the Treasury Investment Board. $1.2 million is to be invested in a STAR Ohio account to receive a higher rate of return.
A second reading was passed for an alley vacation located south of Harding Way West, behind the West Side Car Wash.
A first reading for Ord. 2018-81 was passed to amend 2018 appropriations:
Council also passed three resolutions for re-appointments to various boards:
City Council's final meeting of 2018 will be Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m.