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Monroe Council Agenda for August 9, 2011
Tuesday, August 09, 2011 10:39:47 AM - Monroe Ohio

The first estimate in March of 2011 to fix the damage from a poorly constructed clocktower was $204,000.00.

by Monroe News Staff

Meeting Agenda Summary

At tonights council meeting city manager Bill Brock will recommend that council table an agreement to fix the city clock tower due to waiting on the bond company to respond to cost/liability questions. Additionally, 

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification, through a grant from Homeland Security, is donating a Mobile Hand Held Fingerprint ID scanner (valued at $1200). The device allows users to perform on-the-spot fingerprint and portrait/mugshot acquisition, as well as download a database of suspect fingerprints for local, onboard searching and matching. With its GPRS and Bluetooth communication capabilities, it can submit ANSI-NIST format files via secure protocols to a remote server, or to an Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) for real-time identification.

The Rumpke contract is running out, at tonights meeting, council will be asked to bid this service before the contract runs out in February 2012. 

from Homeland Security, is donating to the City a Mobile Ident II Unit. The unit
is a hand geld fingerprint ID unit similar to those used on TV police dramas such
as CSI or NCIS. The value of the unit is $1200. The unit will be used to identify
individuals who don’t have identification at the time of contact or have multiple
identities. It is capable of comparing to the Ohio CBI and FBI databases for
wanted individuals or suspected terrorists. An annual maintenance fee of $215
and a monthly communication fee of $17 will be funded through the drug fund,
which does not receive funding from the General Fund.

The Charter Review Committee recommendations will be voted on for inclusion in the November ballot. Adding language related to a council member being called to military duty, as well as other inclusions, see below. 

This is the time of year council bids on rock salt for use in snow removal. This year we have a bid of $61.62/ton vs last years $59.25. 

Lastly, council will vote on accept or reject May and June 2011 Finance Reports as submitted.

Here is the full agenda:

Monroe Council Agenda
Regular Meeting of Council
August 9, 2011 - 6:30 pm
233 South Main Street, Monroe, Ohio

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call

Approval of the Minutes - Council Minutes of July 26, 2011 and July 30, 2011.

Visitors

Committee Reports

 Public Works Committee
 Finance Committee
 Administrative Liaison Committee
 Technology Committee
 Public Involvement Committee
 Public Safety Committee

Old Business

Emergency Resolution No. 07-2011. A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement by and between the City of Monroe and SFA Architects, Inc. for professional architectural services for the repair of water damage at the Monroe Urban Center and declaring an emergency. (Tabled January 25, 2011)

New Business

Emergency Resolution No. 39-2011. A Resolution accepting a donation from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification for Cogent Mobile Ident II Units and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Resolution No. 40-2011. A Resolution authorizing the City Manager to advertise and receive bids for refuse and recycling collection services and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Ordinance No. 2011-17. An Ordinance providing for the submission to the electorate of amendments to the Charter of the Municipality of Monroe, Ohio, and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Ordinance No. 2011-18. An Ordinance providing for the submission to the electorate of an amendment to the Charter of the Municipality of Monroe, Ohio, and declaring an emergency.

Emergency Ordinance No. 2011-19. An Ordinance providing for the submission to the electorate of an amendment to the Charter of the Municipality of Monroe, Ohio, and declaring an emergency.

Ordinance No. 2011-20. An Ordinance amending the Personnel Policy Manual to decrease the hours contained in the definition of full-time and part-time employees.

Consideration of Motion accepting the lowest and/or best bid for highway rock salt submitted by Morton in the amount of $61.62 per ton.

Consideration of Motion approving the May and June 2011 Finance Reports as submitted.

Administrative Reports

Adjournment


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