City of Maple Heights 2016 to 2017 City Council

City Council Meeting tonight: February 17, 2016

 Agenda, Contracts and Legislation for February 17, 2016 Meeting of Maple Heights City Council

Caucus is at 6:30, followed by the meeting at 7PM. Both are open to the public.

2016-02 On third reading is the approval of the Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Police Department.

2016-11 On third reading is a resolution extending gratitude to business located in the city and encouraging residents to “shop local” and businesses to hire qualified residents.

NEW LEGISLATION:

2016-12, 2016-13: City Council to approve Mayoral Re-Appointments for City Engineer, Ed Hren of Chagrin Valley Engineering, and Law Director, John Montello at $110,000/year, (and Law Director’s appointment of Assistant Prosecutor, Tracy Martin Peebles at $25,000/year). Both contracts run from January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2017.

2016-14 SECC to be recognized as a separate COG from SRCG for auditing purposes.

2016-15 Approval of lease agreement not to exceed $47, 229.60 with “De Lage” for 7 new multi-function copiers. Lease is for 60 months with the option to purchase copiers for $1 at the end of the lease.

2016-16 Agreement with ODOT Re: Libby Road

Also, on the Agenda is the approval of minutes from December 2015 meetings (which have been on the past 3 agendas) of City Council and expenditures over $1000 (mostly bullet proof vests for Police Department per the CBA).

According to the Neighborhood News’ coverage of the February 3rd Council meeting council made a motion to postpone the appointment of the Charter Review Committee to the following council meeting to further vet appointments. The Charter states that members of the Charter review are to be appointed at the first meeting in February.

 

 

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2 Responses to City Council Meeting tonight: February 17, 2016

  1. Elaine April 27, 2016 at 1:22 am #

    How many DUI’s did Montello have before April 26, 2016? If there is a history of DUI’s and transparency issues, this city council should have never allowed the re-appointment.

    And has anyone ever heard of a new mayor not bringing in her own new administration political appointments? This mayor has left in place the old guard and it speaks loads about just how forward thinking she is; and her (and council’s) judgment may be called into question (esp. with regards to Montello’s re-appointment).

  2. Elaine April 27, 2016 at 1:32 am #

    Interesting …. a person who allegedly broke the law (April 26, 2016) serves as law director; and if he broke the law (found guilty) in the past, why would he be allowed to continue as law director. We need more investigation into his past to see if there have been more than 1 arrest for DUI, etc.

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