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OKAY, GOOD EVENING, EVERYONE.

AND WELCOME TO

[1. Call Meeting To Order/Roll Call:]

THE CFPB HEIGHTS CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION.

TODAY'S DATE IS OCTOBER 5TH, 2020, AND WE'RE GETTING STARTED AT SIX OH TWO HERE IN LOT OF FEEDBACK AND THERE, I JUST TURNED IT DOWN.

TURN IT DOWN.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

SO I DON'T REMEMBER WHAT OUR AGENDA IS TO OFFICIALLY CALL THE MEETING TO ORDER MR. ROGERS, WOULD YOU CALL THE ROLL PLEASE? MR. SHAW IS BAKER IS ON HER WAY.

MR. CAMPBELL HERE.

IT SAYS BIRTH MRS. BERG.

MR. OTTO, ERIC.

MR. LYONS, MR. HILL HERE.

MR. WEBB HERE, MIRA GORE HERE.

UH, BEFORE WE GET TO ITEM NUMBER TWO, UH, HEBREW HEIGHTS I'D WANT TO TAKE A MINUTE TO KEEP OUR RIGHTS AS SUFFERED SOME, SOME PRETTY GREAT LOSSES OVER, OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS.

AND I JUST WANTED TO TOUCH BASE ON THAT BEFORE WE, BEFORE WE GET STARTED IN THE MEETING, UH, FIRST OFF, UH, WAS ACTUALLY MR. SHAW HAD MESSAGED ME IN THE MORNING, LET ME KNOW THAT CAROL MOSS HAD, HAD PASSED AWAY.

AND CAROL WAS AN EXTREMELY PART OF THIS COMMUNITY IN RELATION TO THE YOUTH AND OUR FAMILIES.

UH, SHE WAS INVOLVED IN THE, ACTUALLY ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE, UH, OR YOUR SOCCER CLUB.

AND I HAVE LOTS OF FRIENDS WHO'VE BEEN INVOLVED IN THAT SOCCER PROGRAM, UH, WHOSE KIDS HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN THAT PROGRAM.

AND IT'S JUST, UH, I'M NOT SURE ANYBODY CAN REALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT TYPE OF A LOSS, UH, CAROL IS, UH, TO THIS COMMUNITY.

SHE SERVED AS RECENTLY AS 2017, WHEN OUR PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD, SHE WAS JUST EXTREMELY INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY.

AND, UH, WE CERTAINLY SOME THAT OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS TO HER FAMILY CAROL WILL BE GREATLY MISSED BY THIS COMMUNITY.

WE ALSO LOST ANOTHER LONGTERM COMMUNITY MEMBER, MR. BRUCE DOLL.

I'M NOT SURE, UH, HE WAS INVOLVED IN OUR SCHOOLS.

SO ALMOST THE ENTIRE TIME THAT I WAS IN THE HEBREW HIGH SCHOOLS FOR THOSE 12 YEARS, MR. DAHL WAS ON THE SCHOOL BOARD AND HE SERVED ON THE SCHOOL BOARD FOR 16 YEARS.

AND AGAIN, REALLY IMPORTANT TO THE YOUTH OF THE COMMUNITY.

HE WAS A WRESTLING COACH.

HE TAUGHT, UM, AND XENIA HIGH SCHOOL FROM 1971.

UP UNTIL THE TIME HE RETIRED, HE TAUGHT THERE FOR 34 YEARS.

UH, HE WAS A WRESTLING COACH.

HE WAS ARRESTING OFFICIAL.

HE OFFICIATED SEVEN OR EIGHT DIFFERENT OHIO STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENTS.

UH, SO THAT WRESTLING COMMUNITY, AND, YOU KNOW, AT WAYNE, WE HAVE A HUGE WRESTLING COMMUNITY.

AND AGAIN, JUST ANOTHER, UH, TREMENDOUS LOSS AS SOMEBODY WHO GAVE MANY, MANY, MANY YEARS TO THIS COMMUNITY.

SO, UH, AGAIN, BRUCE DOLL, WE ALSO SIMILAR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS FOR YOUR FAMILY, HIS YOUNGEST SON, MIKE, I GRADUATED WITH IN 1990 FROM WAYNE, HIS OTHER SON, GARY, UH, GARY DAHL IS BEEN WITH THE RIGHT CITY SCHOOLS, FOLLOWED IN HIS DAD'S FOOTSTEPS FOR MANY, MANY YEARS.

UH, HE GRADUATED FROM WAYNE 97.

HE'S CURRENTLY THE DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS FOR THE HEBREW HEIGHTS CITY SCHOOLS.

SO AGAIN, ANOTHER, UH, TREMENDOUS LAWSUIT WISH THAT FAMILY THE BEST UNCOMFORT IN THIS TIME, A LITTLE MORE OF A PERSONAL LEVEL.

UM, MATT CHOMPER WAS A, HAS BEEN A FRIEND OF MINE SINCE HIGH SCHOOL, VERY CLOSE FRIEND, ONE OF MY CLOSEST FRIENDS.

IN FACT, UM, BEFORE I WAS ABLE TO DRIVE, MATT PICKED ME UP EVERY DAY AND BROUGHT ME TO SCHOOL AND HIS SILVER CHEVETTE.

AND PRIOR TO ME EVEN BEING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL AND RIDING WITH FRIENDS, MATT'S MOTHER, SARAH WAS MY SCHOOL BUS DRIVER.

SARAH WAS ALSO THE SPOUSE TO THIS CITY'S FIRST MAYOR.

AND ONE OF OUR CITY'S FOUNDING FATHERS, UH, MAYOR DICK SCHUMPER.

DICK WAS THE MAYOR FROM 1981 TO 1986.

UH, I KNOW, UH, YOU KNOW, BEING OVER AT MATT'S HOUSE AND AROUND HIS MOM, SHE WAS LIKE A SECOND MOM TO ME.

AND A LOT OF MY FRIENDS WHO WERE, UH, SPENT A LOT OF TIME AT THE SHOPPER HOUSEHOLD, UH, ESPECIALLY DURING THOSE YEARS WHEN DICK WAS THE MAYOR.

AND I REMEMBER SEEING ALL THE CANDIDATE POLITICAL SIGNS IN THE GARAGE AND, YOU KNOW, ALL THOSE THINGS.

SO LOTS OF GREAT MEMORIES.

AND AGAIN, MATT BEING SUCH A GOOD FRIEND OF MINE, HE CALLED ME THIS AFTERNOON TO LET ME KNOW.

AND IT WAS VERY QUICK, VERY SAD.

AND SHE PASSED TODAY AT HOSPICE ABOUT ABOUT 4:30 AM LEAVE.

IT WAS SO AGAIN, JUST VERY RECENT.

I KNOW THE AMOUNT OF TIME THAT DICK SPENT IN THE CITY.

MMM.

UH, MR. CAMPBELL, YOU

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WERE AROUND, YOU KNOW, BACK THEN, YOU KNOW, A TIME THAT HE'S DONE WITH THE CITY, CERTAINLY HAVING A, UM, A SPOUSE WHO'S UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORTIVE OF ALL THE TIME THAT IT WOULD HAVE TAKEN TO GET HEBREW HEIGHTS TO EVEN BECOME A CITY AND ALL THE THINGS THAT WAS HAPPENING AT THAT TIME AS DAYTON WAS ATTEMPTING ANNEXATION, UH, WITH MR. MANITA, ALL THOSE PEOPLE THAT WERE INVOLVED IN MAKING KEEPER HEIGHTS, WHAT IT IS.

SO, UH, SARAH WAS THE FIRST, FIRST LADY OF THE CITY AND SHE IS GOING TO BE GREATLY AND DEEPLY MISSED AS WELL.

AND YOU HAVE TO MY FRIEND, MATT, UH, I'M SORRY, BROTHER.

I WE'VE BEEN THERE.

AND, UH, SO YEAH, MY, MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

SO THIS HAS BEEN A, THIS HAS BEEN A TOUGH WEEK, UH, FOR SOME HUGE PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY.

AND I JUST WANT TO TAKE THE TIME BEFORE WE GOT STARTED TODAY, UH, TO, TO BRING REMEMBRANCE TO THEM AND, AND THE CONTRIBUTIONS THAT THEY MADE.

AND AGAIN, THEY WILL, THEY WILL BE SORELY MISSED.

UH, BEFORE WE MOVE ON, I WOULD ASK, IS THERE ANYBODY YOU'D LIKE TO SAY ANYTHING OR, UH, JUST THAT MAY HAVE KNOWN THEM, OR JUST ANY GENERAL COMMENTS BEFORE WE MOVE FORWARD? YES, MS. RADO, UH, I, I DIDN'T HAVE ANY PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ANY OF THE OTHERS OUTSIDE OF, UH, DICK, SHAWN PERE.

HE WAS A BROTHER WITH ME AND AT THE LODGE, UM, AND HE WASN'T, HE WAS A GREAT GUY.

UM, BUT, UH, OUTSIDE OF THAT, I'LL SPEAK TO, UM, CAROL MAS, UM, HER AND HER HUSBAND, AND INDEED WERE A DRIVING FORCE IN HUBER HEIGHTS BEHIND THE, UM, THE SOCCER PROGRAMS. AND REALLY JUST, I MEAN, JUST CREATED THAT SOCCER COMMUNITY HERE IN NEWBURG HEIGHTS.

SHE WAS HIGHLY INVOLVED IN AND I AGREE WELL DEARLY.

YES.

THANK YOU, MS. TROTTER.

YES.

MR. DERRICK, OUR FIRST MAYOR, HE PASSED AWAY IN 2009, JANUARY OF 2009.

SO YES, MR. CAMPBELL, WHAT STANDS OUT TO ME THE MOST IS THAT WE'VE LOST, UH, THREE INDIVIDUALS THAT WE CAN HONESTLY LOOK BACK AND SAY THAT THEIR ENTIRE FAMILIES HAD VOLUNTEER HEARTS.

UM, I KNOW THAT, UH, MS. SHOPPER WAS, UH, RICHARD'S BETTER HALF AND ALL WE SUPPORTED HIM.

AND, UH, IF IT WASN'T FOR DICK SHOPPER, WE WOULDN'T BE IN A CITY.

UM, BRUCE DOLL, AGAIN, HIM AND HIS ENTIRE FAMILY, HIS SON CONTINUES THE TRADITION, UH, CAROL MOSS.

THERE IS A LADY THAT WAS A TRUE VOLUNTEER.

I DON'T KNOW OF ANYTHING SHE EVER ASKED BACK.

SHE ALWAYS CAME.

SO, UH, THREE TREMENDOUS, UH, INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES.

MY HEART GOES OUT TO ALL THREE.

THINK OF MR. KIMMEL, ANY OTHER COMMENTS OR ANYTHING, ANYTHING ANYONE ELSE WOULD LIKE TO SAY BEFORE WE MOVE ON? YES.

MR. SHAWN, THANK YOU, MR. MAYOR.

UH, LIKE YOU, MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE FAMILIES OF THE ONES THAT, UH, WE'VE LOST, UH, THIS WEEK, UM, IN THE CITY OF HEBREW HEIGHTS, OUR, OUR COMMUNITY IS DEFINITELY MORNING.

UM, SOME, SOME TRUE LEGENDS, UM, W WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY, UM, MEREDITH IT IS MY REQUEST THAT I ASKED THIS COUNCIL TO AMEND TONIGHT'S AGENDA TO ADD AGENDA ITEM AT THE END.

IT IS MY REQUEST THAT WE HAVE THE CITY OF HUBER HEIGHTS LOOK TO HONOR AND MEMORIALIZE CAROL MAS WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY.

UM, IT IS MY REQUEST TO, UM, RENAME THE SECTION OF FISHBURG ROAD BETWEEN TROY PIKE AND RIP RAP ROAD, UM, IN HONOR OF CARA MAS AND THE DEDICATION THAT SHE HAD PROVIDED TO THIS COMMUNITY, UM, THIS CITY AND THE YOUTH OF THIS CITY, UM, UH, NOT ONLY, UH, WITH THE OHIO SOCCER ASSOCIATION, UM, WHERE YOUR, UH, THE PARKS AND REC BOARD, THE, OUR OWN PARKS AND REC MASTER PLAN THAT WE USE TODAY AS SHE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN HELPING TO CREATE.

UM, I MEAN, WE COULD SIT HERE FOR QUITE A LONG TIME AND SAY SO MANY GOOD WORDS.

UM, YOU KNOW, JUST RECENTLY A FEW YEARS AGO, UH, RECEIVED ONE OF THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CITY AND A KEY TO THE CITY.

UM, AND, UH, IT IS, IT IS MY REQUEST THAT THE CITY, UM, UH, FULLY HONOR HER AND THAT WAY.

UM, SO EVERY TIME THAT VISITORS TO OUR COMMUNITY OR FOLKS WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY VISIT THE WARRIOR SOCCER COMPLEX, UM, NOT ONLY ENTERING INTO THE CARROLL AND HANK MAS FIELDS, UM, BUT ALSO, YOU KNOW, TRAVELING DOWN THE ROAD THAT SHE TRAVELED SOME SO MANY TIMES, UH, TO COACH SO MANY OF OUR YOUTH AND, AND SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY.

SO I WOULD MAKE THAT REQUEST HERE TONIGHT, MARE.

OKAY.

THANK YOU, MR. SHAW.

UH, THIS IS A INTERESTING

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TIME AS THIS ALL HAPPENS.

MR. SCHOMER HAD, HAD BROUGHT UP TO ME OR EARLIER THIS AFTERNOON ABOUT ANOTHER POSSIBLE DEDICATION AROUND IN NEBRASKA, NEBRASKA AVENUE THERE.

UM, SO I THINK IF IT'S APPROPRIATE, UH, IF, IF COUNCIL WAS HE TO AMEND THIS AGENDA ITEM, WHEN WE ADD THAT THERE, IF WE COULD ALSO TALK ABOUT, UH, THE ISSUE THAT YOU BROUGHT UP WITH NEBRASKA ON THE, UM, MILITARY VETERANS ASSOCIATION, KIND OF WHAT, WHAT THEY HAD DISCUSSED.

YES.

SO, UH, I THINK THAT CERTAINLY FITTING, UH, MR. SHAW HAS MADE A MOTION TO AMEND THE AGENDA.

IS THERE A SECOND MICHIGAN? SECOND? SO WE HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND, IS THERE ANY DISCUSSION ON AMENDING, UH, THE AGENDA TO ADD ITEM Q? OKAY.

MR. ROGERS, WE CALL THE ROLL PLEASE.

MS. BAKER.

UH, YES, YES.

UH, MR. CAMPBELL.

YES.

MRS. BURCH.

YES.

MR. OTTO.

YES.

MR. LYONS? YES.

MR. HILL.

YES.

MR. YES.

MR. SHAW? YES.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

UH, MOTION TO AMEND THE AGENDA TO ADD ITEM Q, UH, CARRIES EIGHT ZERO.

NEXT UP IS ITEM

[2. Approval of Minutes:]

NUMBER TWO, WHICH IS THE APPROVAL OF MINUTES.

UH, THERE ARE TWO SETS OF MINUTES THIS EVENING ITEM A ITEM TWO, A SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2020, UH, WAS AT THE REQUEST OF MRS. BERG TO HAVE THOSE MINUTES, UH, REVIEWED AND THEN POSSIBLY DISCUSSED.

UM, MR. ROGERS WAS, UH, COUNCIL'S REQUEST AT THE LAST WORK SESSION TO GO BACK AND REVIEW THE VIDEO AND MAKE ANY CORRECTIONS NECESSARY TO THOSE MINUTES THAT, UH, MIGHT NOT HAVE BEEN, UH, ACCURATE A SUMMATION OF THE MINUTES UNDER WHAT OUR NORMAL PROCESS IS FOR WORK SESSION.

UM, MR. ROGERS HAS REVIEWED THAT.

THERE'S, UH, I BELIEVE BASICALLY VERBATIM, UH, MINUTES HAVE BEEN ADDED BASED ON THAT MEETING AND THOSE MINUTES WERE DISTRIBUTED.

SO IF THERE ARE NO QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS OR ANY REVIEW OF THAT DISCUSSION, UH, THE NEW, THE NEWLY ADJUSTED MINISTER, MR. ROGERS WOULD, WOULD STAND AS APPROVED FOR SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2020.

OKAY.

SEEING NONE, THOSE MINUTES ARE APPROVED.

NEXT UP IS ITEM TWO B, WHICH IS THE WORK SESSION MINUTES FROM SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2020.

AND THOSE MINUTES HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED.

IF THERE ARE NO QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS IN REGARD TO THOSE EVENTS, THEY WOULD ALSO STAND AS APPROVED.

EXCUSE ME, MAYOR.

YES.

MS. BIRCH, DID YOU JUST SAY THAT THE AMENDED MINUTES ARE APPROVED? YES.

I HAD ASKED IF THERE WAS ANY DISCUSSION OR REVIEW OR ANY COMMENTS REGARDING THE MINUTES FROM SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2020, THAT MR. ROGERS HAD REDONE AND SENT OUT.

AND I DIDN'T HEAR ANY, UH, I DIDN'T HAVE ANY DISCUSSION.

I HEARD THAT.

I JUST WASN'T SURE.

WHICH VERSION.

SO IT WAS THE SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2020.

THOSE WERE THE REVIEWED MINUTES.

THOSE WERE APPROVED.

AND NOW I'M ASKING FOR DISCUSSION ON THE MINUTES FOR SEPTEMBER 22ND.

OKAY.

SEEING NONE THE MINUTES FROM SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2020, UH, WITH STANDARDS APPROVED, ALSO ARE APPROVED AS A STANDARD ITEM.

NUMBER

[ City Manager Report]

THREE IS OUR WORK SESSION TOPICS OF DISCUSSION THIS EVENING.

AND, UH, ITEM THREE IS OUR ST MANAGER REPORTS.

AND MR. SCHOMER, IF YOU WOULD GET US STARTED, UH, KICKED OFF THE SAME THING, THAT'D BE APPRECIATED.

CERTAINLY A COUPLE OF UPDATES TONIGHT.

UM, THE MASK ARMS HAVE BEEN DELIVERED AND, UH, THE NEXT WEEK THEY WILL BE INSTALLED FOR THE BRAND PIKE CHAMBERSBURG ROAD PROJECT.

UH, IN ADDITION, UH, WE FINALIZE THE APPLICATION, UH, FOR THE MVR PC, UH, PROGRAM, UH, FOR THE CHAMBERSBURG ROAD, WIDENING CURB WORK, ET CETERA, FOR OLD TROY PIKE TO THE WEST, UH, THAT WILL BE SUBMITTED.

AND OF COURSE, YOU KNOW, THAT RUNS INTO FIVE YEARS OF REARS.

UM, SO AGAIN, AS WE KEEP ON THAT PROJECT, AS WE DESIGNATED THE, UH, RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT OR INCENTIVE DISTRICT, UH, PREVIOUSLY WE HAD INDICATED THAT WE WOULD APPLY FOR FUNDING, UH, TO SEE IF WE CAN BE AWARDED FOR THAT AS WELL, TO HELP OFFSET AND, UH, AND FUND THAT, UH, THAT WILL BE, UM, THAT WILL BE SENT OUT.

UH, UNFORTUNATELY WE WERE PLAYING WITH SOME ADDITIONAL WATER MAIN BREAKS THIS WEEKEND.

UH, WE HAD A DRY SPELL, NO PUN INTENDED, BUT, UH, WE DID FOR AWHILE AND WE HAD SEVEN OVER THE WEEKEND.

SO, UH, UM, UNEXPLAINED OTHER THAN ONE, ONE GOES AT 10 STUN CHANGE, THE COURSE OF THINGS BLOW.

SO WE CONTINUE OUR QUEST TO IDENTIFY A, UM, ALIGNING, PERHAPS ALIGNING SOLUTION, UH, AND OR REVIEWING WHAT PARTICULAR, UH, ADDITIONAL STRESS POINTS MIGHT BE

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WITHIN THE SYSTEM.

UH, LUCKILY THE MAJORITY OF THEM WERE MINIMAL.

I BELIEVE THERE WAS A, A BOY LOADER ISSUED AND IN CONTACTED, UH, ONE OF WHICH AFFECTED, UM, ONE OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS FOR TODAY.

UH, BUT THAT WAS ALL HANDLED AND TAKEN CARE OF WITH THAT INCIDENT.

UH, ADDITIONAL, LAST THING THAT I WANTED TO BRING UP IS A COUPLE OF, UM, I GUESS, LATE IN THE SEASON AND MAYBE LAST CHANCE TO GET OUT AND, UH, HAVE EVENTS, UH, FOR, UH, FOR COMMUNITY EVENTS HERE AND BEFORE THE WEATHER TURNS ON US.

UM, HOPEFULLY WE HAVE A NICE, UH, NICE WARM FALL AND, AND A VERY MILD WINTER, BUT NONETHELESS, IF WE DON'T, UH, TOMORROW NIGHT IS THE NATIONAL NIGHT OUT, TOUCH A TRUCK, A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES AT ROSE MUSIC CENTER AT 6:00 PM.

UH, ON THE, UM, UH, ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER THE 10TH, WE HAVE THE, UM, MOVIE NIGHT AT THE ROSE MUSIC CENTER AS WELL.

THAT WILL ALSO INVOLVE, UH, SOME FOOD TRUCKS AND A CRUISE IN THE MOVIE IS GREECE.

SO KIND OF A CAR THING THERE.

AND THEN AGAIN, ON THE 17TH OF OCTOBER, WE HAVE THE BIKES IN THE HEIGHTS, AND THAT WILL ALSO BE AT THE ROSE MUSIC CENTER.

SO, UH, SOME FULL EVENTS COMING UP, AND THERE WAS SOME DISCUSSION TODAY ALSO THAT AS THE WEATHER, UH, POTENTIALLY TURNS AND THE FARMER'S MARKET KIND OF TURNS INTO A FALL HARVEST TYPE OF MARKET, UH, WE WILL LIKELY BE MOVING VENUES TO THE BARN, UH, THAT WAY IT HAS SOME, YOU KNOW, SOME COVERING FROM POTENTIAL ELEMENTS AND GET THAT HARVEST TYPE OF A THEME AND, UM, MAKE USE OF THAT SPACE AS WELL AND ACTIVATED.

SO WE'LL MAKE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THAT UPCOMING, UM, HERE SHORTLY.

SO OTHER THAN THAT, THAT'S ALL I HAVE FOR THIS EVENING AND, UH, MANY ITEMS IN THE AGENDA TO, UH, TO GET THROUGH AND DISCUSS.

THANK YOU, MR. SCHIRMER, ARE THERE ANY COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS FOR, UH, FOR ROB, REGARDING ITEMS IN HIS REPORT? YES.

YES.

THANK YOU, MAYOR.

UH, YEAH, ROB, I WAS GONNA JUST ASK ABOUT, I'VE RECEIVED A LOT OF CALLS ABOUT THE, UM, THE WATER MAIN BREAKS AS WELL.

UM, I, AND I UNDERSTAND FULLY THAT WITH ALL OF THE UPGRADES AND CHANGES THAT WE'VE MADE TO THAT INFRASTRUCTURE, THAT WE'RE GOING TO HAVE SOME STUMBLES HERE AND THERE THAT THE CURRENT INFRASTRUCTURE IS OLD AND, UM, IT'S, UH, IT'S, IT'S PAST ITS TIME AND IN MOST CASES, BUT ANYWAY, UM, I I'VE REASSURED FOLKS THAT, UH, YOU KNOW, WE'RE GETTING ON THESE AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.

AND FROM WHAT I'VE SEEN, WE ARE, WE'RE JUMPING ON THEM QUICK.

THE, THE WATER COMPANY IS DOING A GREAT JOB OF DOING THE REPAIRS.

UH, ARE WE STILL, UM, UH, SPEAKING TOWARDS LIKE A PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE TYPE OF THING, ARE WE STILL LOOKING, OR WE DIDN'T INSPECTING THOSE TYPES OF THINGS AS WE'RE RESURFACING STREETS COMBINING THOSE, UM, LIKE WE HAD DISCUSSED BEFORE ANY TYPE OF PREVENTATIVE THAT WE CAN DO TO LOCATE THOSE I HAD, AND I KNOW THAT'S A DIFFICULT, ODD QUESTION IF THE ANSWER IS NO, I GET THAT ACTUALLY NOT, UNLESS WE SHUT THE SYSTEM DOWN AND RUN A CAMERA OR DIG IT UP AND TAKE A PHYSICAL LOOK.

SO, UM, YOU KNOW, WHEN WE'RE HAVING A PROBLEM IN A SPECIFIC AREA, LIKE WE ARE, UH, I THINK WE CAN MAKE SOME CONCLUSIONS AND EDUCATED ASSUMPTIONS THAT, UM, PERHAPS THERE WAS A WHOLE, UM, BATCH OF PIPE THAT WAS MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO CROZIER AND SOONER THAN OTHERS.

AND YOU KNOW, THAT AREA OF THE COMMUNITY WAS ALL BUILT AROUND THE SAME TIME.

AND WE FEEL THAT WE JUST HAVE, UM, CONDITIONS WHERE THAT AREA, UH, THE PIPE IS, IS FAILING AND QUOTING AT A QUICKER PACE THAN WHAT WOULD NORMALLY BE.

UM, RUSSELL.

IT'S USUALLY ABOUT A 50 YEAR CYCLE FOR, FOR WATER PIPES.

OKAY.

68, WE'RE RUNNING THERE CLOSE TO 60 BRYAN.

RIGHT? MOST OUR BREAKS WE'RE HAVING HER WITHIN LIKE A QUARTER MILE, HALF MILE RADIUS AROUND.

RIGHT, RIGHT, RIGHT.

SOME REASON THAT AREA.

SO WHAT WE'RE LOOKING AT IS A POTENTIAL LINING SOLUTION, AND THAT WOULD BE NOT OBTRUSIVE WOULDN'T REQUIRE DIGGING THINGS UP, BUT ET CETERA.

SO, UM, YOU KNOW, ON THE LINES OF, OF REPAIRING, I'VE GOT TO, UM, I GOT TO SPEAK OUT HOW, UM, HOW LUCKY WE ARE.

AND I THINK SOMETIMES IT'S TAKEN FOR GRANTED.

UM, THERE'S ONLY FOUR INDIVIDUALS THAT GO OUT AND WORK ON THESE MAIN BREAKS.

UH, MOST COMMUNITIES OF OUR SIZE HAVE A TEAM, UH, PROBABLY DOUBLE OF THAT, IF NOT MORE.

AND WE'LL OFTEN LET A MAIN BREAK GO A COUPLE, FEW DAYS UNTIL THEY GET TO IT.

UM, CAUSE IT'S, YOU KNOW, THE WATER IS STILL FLOWING.

IT'S JUST FLOWING OUT AS WELL.

UM, 24 HOURS A DAY, UH, WITHOUT REST, THEY ARE, UH, YOU KNOW, THEY THEY'RE OUT WORKING IN GETTING OUR REPAIRS DONE IN A VERY, VERY RAPID, TIMELY MANNER, UH, COMPARED TO THE REPAIR TIME THAT IT TAKES, UH, IN OTHER COMMUNITIES, UH, THE SAME SIZE, SMALLER AND LARGER THAN US.

SO, UH, REALLY, UM, I THINK WE'RE, WE'RE VERY GRATEFUL TO HAVE THE PARTNERSHIP WITH SUEZ AND THE KNOWLEDGE AND THE, UM, AND, AND THE EFFORTS PUT FORTH BY THE LONGSTANDING TENURED CREW

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THAT WORKS FOR THEM.

SO JUST WANTED TO PASS ON MY, THANKS FOR THAT AND PUBLICLY, UH, AS WELL.

AND, UM, OUR, OUR COMMUNITY IS AS WELL SERVED BY THAT PARTNERSHIP WITHOUT A DOUBT.

INDEED.

INDEED.

I AGREE.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS FROM MR. SCHOMER REGARDING HIS REPORT THIS EVENING? YES.

MR. WEBB, THANK YOU.

MA'AM ROB, WOULD I BE CORRECT IN SAYING THAT MONTGOMERY COUNTY EXPERIENCE A MUCH LARGER THAN NORMAL NUMBER OF WATER BREAKS AS WELL? ISN'T IT TRUE THAT IT'S KIND OF COMMUNITY WIDE OR AREA ON WATER BRIDGE? I THINK THAT THERE HAVE BEEN SOME, UM, SOME LARGE SCALE BREAKS WITHIN THEIR SYSTEM, WHETHER THEY'RE HAVING MORE THAN NOT.

I REALLY COULDN'T SPEAK TO THAT.

UM, YOU KNOW, OUR, OUR PROBLEM SEEMS TO ME IN ONE CONCENTRATED AREA, NOT SYSTEM-WIDE.

AND, UM, I THINK THAT AT A CERTAIN TIME OF THE SUMMER, THERE WERE SEVERAL MAIN BREAKS AND SEVERAL COMMUNITIES AND EVERYBODY ATTRIBUTED TO A VERY HIGH HEAT AND DRY AND POTENTIAL SHIFTING OF SOME OF THE GROUND MUCH LIKE WHAT HAPPENED IN THE WINTER TIME.

UH, BUT WE'RE KIND OF BEYOND THAT FOR THE, FOR THE, UH, MOST RECENT OCCASIONS IN OUR SPECIFIC AREA, BUT, UM, YEAH, THE, UH, UM, MCHENRY COUNTY SYSTEM AND THE DATING SYSTEM HAS HAD A COUPLE OF SIGNIFICANT EVENTS, UM, YOU KNOW, OVER THE LAST YEAR OR TWO REGARDING THEIR SYSTEM.

UM, WHETHER THAT'S, YOU KNOW, RELATED TO SIMILAR ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS OR NOT.

I, UM, I COULDN'T SPEAK TO THAT, MR. BERTRAM.

YES.

UH, ROB ON THE, UM, DISCUSSION ON THE CHAMBERSBURG ROAD, UH, FROM OLD TROY PIKE WEST, UH, WHAT'S HIS STARTING AND STOPPING POINT ON THAT PROJECT.

YOU'RE PROPOSING ALL TROY PIKE AT CHAMBERSBURG GOING WEST TO THE CITY LIMITS.

OH.

AFTER 10 UP TO ENDICOTT AND THE CAUCUS.

SO IT WAS ABOUT ANOTHER 50 FEET, BUT YEAH, AND THE COTTON.

OKAY.

UM, ALL RIGHT.

AND, UM, WHAT ABOUT THE PROJECT? UM, THAT GOES EAST AND THE NEXT PHASE OF, OF THE EAST EXPANSION GOING TOWARD, RIGHT.

THAT, THAT IS A STILL IN PROGRESS.

THERE WAS A, UM, AS WE RECALL, THERE WAS KIND OF A STAY, UH, FOR A BIT, BUT I BELIEVE THAT OUR PLANS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED AND THEY ARE GOING BACK THROUGH SCOTT.

DO YOU HAVE A, A BRIEF UPDATE ON THAT? JUST BRIEFLY? YES.

THERE'S MORE INFORMATION THAT THEY WANTED ON USE AND SOME LANGUAGE CHANGE, UH, THAT WILL BE COMING BACK TO COUNCIL, UM, BEFORE, UM, TO BE SUBMITTED, UM, BY THE END OF THE YEAR, THAT'S THEIR SCHEDULE.

YES.

YOU, YOU NEED TO COME BACK TO COUNCIL.

IS THAT WHAT YOU SAID? YES.

FOR SOME LANGUAGE, UM, REVISIONS WITH OUR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, IT'S JUST, JUST SOME DEFINITIONS.

OKAY.

ONE SECOND HAPPEN.

THAT'LL BE WITHIN THE NEXT MONTH OR SO, BECAUSE WE WILL GET THAT BACK TO THEM BY THE END OF THE YEAR.

OKAY.

AND WHEN IS OUR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN SUPPOSED TO BE DONE? WHERE ARE YOU ARE GOING TO REDO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN STARTING NEXT YEAR AFTER ALL THE CENSUS DATA IS IN? UM, THAT'S A, THAT WAS PART OF THE BUDGETS THAT'S IN PROCESS.

WE ORIGINALLY WERE GOING TO START THIS YEAR, BUT WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE GET ALL OF THE CENSUS DATA.

SO THAT'S GOING TO GO OUT TO BID FOR A CONSULTANT TO HELP US WITH THAT FOR NEXT YEAR.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? COMMENTS.

OKAY.

NEXT UP IS ITEM NUMBER THREE,

[ Requests for Proposals - Power Cots - AFG Grant - Fire Division]

B REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS, POWER COTS, THE AFG GRANT THROUGH THE FIRE DIVISION.

RIGHT.

AS A, IF YOU RECALL, WE WERE ABLE TO RECEIVE THE SYSTEMS OF FIRE FIRE SERVICE GRANT, AND THE RESOLUTION WOULD ALLOW US TO, UM, MOVE FORWARD AND REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THAT ACTUAL CUT SYSTEM.

IF YOU RECALL, IT WAS AN AUTOMATED CAUGHT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM THAT ALLOWS A SAFER LOADING.

UM, IT CREATES A SAFER OPPORTUNITY FOR BOTH THE PATIENTS AND OUR PERSONNEL.

SO THE RESOLUTION AUTHORIZED US TO GO OUT AND SEEK PROPOSALS FOR THOSE ITEMS AND, UM, GET THAT PROJECT UNDERWAY.

ANY QUESTIONS, COMMENTS FOR, UH, FOR RUB

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ON THAT PARTICULAR GRANT? MRS. BIRCH, I SEE YOUR HAND IS RAISED.

IS THAT A NUMEROUS? NO PROBLEM.

OKAY.

ANY OBJECTIONS INTO MOVING THIS ONTO, UH, MONDAY'S COUNCIL MEETING? OKAY.

SEEING NONE, WE'LL MOVE THAT TO MONDAY.

UH, NEXT UP WE HAVE

[ Supplemental Appropriations]

ITEM THREE C, WHICH IS SUPPLEMENTAL SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS TO SAFETY.

MR. BELL, HOW ARE YOU, SIR? GOOD EVENING.

MAYOR COUNCIL MEMBERS.

IT'S GOOD TO BE BACK IN PERSON AFTER BEING REMOTE FOR AWHILE.

UH, I HAVE, UM, SUBMITTED TO YOU IN YOUR PACKETS, A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION.

AND THEN, UH, THERE WAS A CHANGE THAT I SUBMITTED THROUGH TONY, UH, UM, KIND OF LATE THIS AFTERNOON CAME TO YOU PROBABLY AROUND FIVE O'CLOCK AND, UM, I'LL START WITH THE FIRST ITEM.

AND THE FIRST ITEM IS A CARES ACT RELATED, UM, MONIES THAT WE RECEIVED BACK IN APRIL AND, UH, THE FIRE DEPARTMENT IS READY TO START SPENDING THOSE MONIES.

AND THIS IS SEPARATE FROM ALL OF THE OTHER CARES ACT FUNDING THAT YOU'VE HEARD ME TALK ABOUT OVER THE LAST MONTH OR TWO.

UH, THIS WAS A SMALL DOLLAR AMOUNT, UH, BASED ON THE FACT THAT WE HAVE, UH, WE PROVIDE, UM, H UH, EMS SERVICES.

UH, THE TOTAL DOLLAR AMOUNT WAS 34,003, 2218.

IT WAS, UH, IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE REPORTED THE SAME WAY AS ALL THE OTHER CARES ACT FUNDING DOES.

I WAS DEPOSITED IN THE FIRE FUND AND NOW THE FIRE CHIEF ASHWORTH HAS ASKED THAT WE, UM, REPLENISHED SOME MONIES THAT THEY'VE SPENT ON PPE EQUIPMENT.

ANYTHING THAT'S NOT SALARIES IS WHAT THEY'RE GONNA SPEND THIS ON.

SO I HAVE PUT THAT IN YOUR PACKET TO INCREASE THE BUDGET FOR THAT.

AND THEN, UM, I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO ADD TONIGHT, UH, QUITE A LARGE AMOUNT OF 1 MILLION, $374,908.

AND THIS IS OUR SOON TO BE RECEIVED.

THIRD DISTRIBUTION OF THE CARES ACT FUNDING THAT WE ALL HEAR ABOUT.

UM, THE GOVERNOR DID SIGN A HOUSE BILL SIX 14, WHICH THIS INCLUDED THIS DOLLAR AMOUNT.

AND, UH, THIS IS A COMBINED DOLLAR AMOUNT FROM THE REPORTS THAT I HAVE, WHAT WE WILL RECEIVE FROM MONTGOMERY COUNTY AND MIAMI COUNTY.

AND I'D LIKE THIS, I'D LIKE COUNCIL TO APPROVE THIS IN THIS SUPPLEMENTAL, BECAUSE I WANT TO REPORT THIS.

UH, THE FIRST DEADLINE TO REPORT IS OCTOBER 20TH, WHICH WOULD BE BEFORE THE NEXT COUNCIL MEETING.

SO IT'D BE NICE TO GET THIS APPROVED AS A SPENDABLE MONEY.

AND THEN I COULD, UM, UH, AS I'VE LISTED HERE, UM, TRANSFER MONIES TO REIMBURSE SALARIES THAT WERE IN, UH, PAID FOR FIRE SALARIES AND POLICE SALARIES, WHICH ARE, UM, UH, VERY CLEARLY SPELLED OUT AS A REFUNDABLE EXPENSES THAT THE CITY HAS TAKEN ON ALREADY THIS YEAR BECAUSE OF THEIR, UM, SIGNIFICANTLY DEDICATED SERVICES.

OKAY.

AND IS THAT FOR THE SUPPLEMENTAL? SO THOSE TWO, YES, THOSE TWO.

SO IT WOULD BE SPENDING OUT OF THE CORONAVIRUS FUND AS TRANSFERS OVER TO THE POLICE AND FIRE FUND, AND OBVIOUSLY INCREASING THE REVENUE GOING INTO THE POLICE AND FIRE FUND TO COVER THAT.

SO BASICALLY IT'S A WASH ON BOTH OF THESE DOLLAR AMOUNTS.

IT'S MONEY CAME IN.

MONEY'S GOING OUT WHEN YOU WERE OUT, ANY QUESTIONS FOR MR. BELL REGARDING EITHER OF THESE TWO SUPPLEMENTALS, ANY OBJECTIONS TO MOVING THIS ITEM ONTO MONDAY? OKAY.

THANK YOU, MR. BELL, NEXT UP IS ITEM THREE

[ Tax Rate Certification - Montgomery County]

D THE TAX RATE CERTIFICATION FROM MONTGOMERY COUNTY AS WELL.

ME AGAIN.

YES.

I'M.

SOMEBODY PUTS THIS AGENDA TOGETHER AND THINGS, SOMEBODY DOES A GOOD JOB OF THAT.

THANK YOU, TONY, BETTER THAN BEING ITEM NUMBER THREE AND 10.

SO, UM, I WON'T TAKE CREDIT FOR THAT.

THAT'S, UH, THIS ITEM, UH, WAS ON THE AGENDA LAST MEETING.

UM, WHEN I THOUGHT THAT, UH, MONTGOMERY MIAMI COUNTY IS, WOULD HAVE THEIR TAX RATES CERTIFICATIONS READY AT THE SAME TIME, WHICH THEY NORMALLY DO, UH, AS YOU KNOW, PROPERTY TAXES WERE DELAYED A MONTH AT THE REQUEST OF THE COUNTY AUDITOR, UH, CARL KEITH.

AND SO THE TAX RATES CERTIFICATIONS CAME TO ME LATER.

AND SO, UM, WE ALSO HAVE A LATER DEADLINE, SO IT WAS REMOVED FROM LAST, UH, TWO WEEKS.

IT GOES AGENDA.

AND I SAID IT WOULD BE COMING BACK TONIGHT.

UH, THIS IS JUST CERTIFYING, UH, AS WAS IN YOUR PACKET.

ALL OF THEIR ESTIMATED DOLLARS THAT THEY BELIEVE WILL COME INTO HUBER HEIGHTS NEXT YEAR FOR PROPERTY TAX LEVIES.

AND, UM, THIS IS THE FINAL, UM, PART THAT HAS TO BE APPROVED IN ORDER TO GET THOSE LEVIES CERTIFIED AND APPROVED, UH, TO PUT ON THE TAXES TO BE COLLECTED NEXT.

THANK YOU, MR. BELL, ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE TAX RATE? OKAY.

ANY OBJECTION TO MOVING THIS ONTO MONDAY? OKAY.

AND NEXT UP IS ITEM THREE, WHICH IS THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE PROJECT.

[ Energy Performance Project * Final Project Scope/GESPC]

[ * Capital Lease Agreement/GESPC]

IT LOOKS LIKE WE'RE DISCUSSING THE FINAL PROJECT SCOPE FROM GSPC.

THANK YOU, MR. MAYOR, HOW ARE YOU, SIR? I'M GOOD.

HOW ABOUT YOURSELF? I'M REAL GOOD.

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GOOD.

UM, HOPEFULLY WE HAVE REACHED THE END OF THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD THAT HAS BEEN THE, UH, ENERGY PERFORMANCE PROJECT.

UM, COUPLE OF ITEMS THAT WE'D LIKE TO GO OVER, UM, AND ASK COUNCIL TO CONSIDER, UH, AT THE COUNCIL MEETING NEXT WEEK.

UM, AND THOSE ARE ONE LEGISLATION TO DETERMINE THE FINAL SCOPE OF THE PROJECT AS WELL AS FINANCING.

SO, UH, IF IT'S ALL RIGHT WITH COUNCIL, UH, I'LL TALK ABOUT THOSE INTERCHANGEABLY JUST FOR THE SAKE OF CONVERSATION AND FLOW.

SO THE LAST TIME THAT WE WERE HERE, UM, WE BRIEFED COUNCIL ON WHAT WE THOUGHT A POTENTIAL PROJECT SCOPE MIGHT LOOK LIKE, UH, WITH RESPECT TO, UH, THE WORK THAT WE HAD TALKED ABOUT, UH, THE OUTSTANDING ITEM AT THAT TIME WERE MAST ARM POLES.

WE WERE WAITING FOR THOSE BIDS TO COME IN.

UM, AND YOU'VE HEARD THE CITY MANAGER TALK ABOUT THAT ISSUE, UM, RELATED TO A DIFFERENT PROJECT, UH, THE LAST TWO MEETINGS AS WELL.

UH, THE OTHER THING WAS FINANCING.

WE HAD, UH, WE HAD JUST GOTTEN READY TO RELEASE OUR PROPOSAL FOR FINANCING AND THAT FINANCING PACKAGE DID GO OUT AND IT WAS DUE INTO US ON FRIDAY MORNING.

SO, UH, AFTER THE PACKETS HAD GONE OUT, SO, UH, TALKING TO THE FINANCING, WE SUBMITTED FOUR, NINE PROPOSALS, UH, ESG.

I REACHED OUT TO NINE VENDORS, UH, AND ASK THEM TO SUBMIT, UM, OF THOSE NINE.

WE HAD SIX RESPOND, UH, AND WE WERE ESTIMATING INTEREST RATES BETWEEN TWO AND TWO, FIVE.

UH, THE HIGH WAS 2.83, AND THE LOW WAS 2.01.

AND THAT IS FROM A BANK.

UH, I WANT TO SAY IT'S BANK ONE, UH, YES, U S BANK CORP, UH, AND GOVERNMENT LEASING AND, UH, THE FINANCE DIRECTOR, UH, AND THE FINANCIAL ADVISOR HAVE REVIEWED AND EVALUATED, UH, THE INITIAL TERMS, UM, AND BELIEVED THAT TO BE A MARKET COMPETITIVE PROPOSAL.

UH, AND THEN WE ARE WAITING ON THE FINAL DETAILED DOCUMENTS TO COME IN.

SO, UH, ONE PIECE OF LEGISLATION THAT WE WOULD ASK YOU TO ENTERTAIN ON MONDAY NEXT WEEK, UH, WOULD BE, UH, RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A LEASE AGREEMENT SUBJECT TO THE LAW DIRECTOR'S APPROVAL, UH, FOR THIS, UH, PARTICULAR INTEREST DETERMINED CONDITION, UH, WITH, UH, WITH US BANK CORP.

SO, UH, THAT IS ITEM ONE.

NOW THAT RELATES TO, UH, THE FINAL SCOPE OF THE PROJECT, UH, IN THE LEGISLATION, THE DRAFT LEGISLATION THAT WE HAD INCLUDED IN YOUR PACKET, UH, AS WE HAD TALKED OVER THE LAST SEVERAL WEEKS, UM, WE WERE OPTIMISTIC IN THE HOPES THAT WE WOULD BE ABLE TO GET A PROJECT THAT WAS CLOSER TO 2.6 MILLION AS OPPOSED TO 3 MILLION.

UM, UNFORTUNATELY WE DID GET, UH, NUMBERS FROM THE POLL VENDORS THAT CAME IN SOMEWHAT HIGHER THAN WE HAD HOPED.

AND THE ACTUAL ESTIMATED COST OF THIS PROJECT IS GOING TO BE 2.9 MILLION IN CHANGE.

SO ON THE HIGHER END, UM, OF THE ESTIMATES, UH, REACHED BY ESG, BUT STILL WITHIN THE SCOPE THAT AFFECTED SOME OF THE OR VALUES THAT WE HAD PROPOSED TO YOU EARLIER ON.

SO IF YOU RECALL, WE HAD GIVEN YOU ESTIMATED PROJECT VALUE AND THEN AS WELL, WE HAD GIVEN YOU WHAT WE THOUGHT ADDITIONAL MONEY THE CITY WOULD NEED TO BRING TO THE TABLE.

AND SO THAT NUMBER HAS CHANGED A FEW DIFFERENT TIMES.

UM, AND I BELIEVE THAT, UH, THE NUMBER THAT IS CURRENTLY LISTED AS THE PROPOSED, UM, VALUE IN THE COUNCIL PACKET IS $60,750.

NOW THAT IS SOMEWHAT ELEVATED FROM THE LAST TIME THAT WE WERE TOGETHER.

AND FOR TWO REASONS, FIRST OF ALL, UH, THE REASON, UH, THAT WE INITIALLY DISCUSSED WERE THE MASTER ON PRICES.

THE MASTER AND PRICING CAME AT HIGHER THAN WE HAD ANTICIPATED.

WE HAD ALSO HAD SOME DISCUSSION AROUND, UH, THE OFFICE ABOUT WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST USE OF THIS SPACE.

AND AT 2%, UH, IN THIS DAY AND AGE, THAT'S ALMOST FREE.

SO, UH, THE ESG TEAM HAD ORIGINALLY PROPOSED THE CITY ONLY BORROWING THE MONEY THAT IT NEEDED.

SO OUR ESTIMATES WERE BASED ON A $1.8 MILLION BORROW, OR A ONE POINT AN $8 MILLION LEASE WHILE AT 2% INTEREST IN CONSIDERING OTHER TRANSACTIONS THAT CITY COUNCIL HAD AUTHORIZED.

WE ASKED FOR THE FULL VALUE OF THE PROJECT TO BE INCORPORATED AS PART OF THE LEASE.

SO THE MONEY OR THE VALUES THAT WE'VE INCLUDED IN THE DRAFT LEGISLATION REPRESENT BORROWING OR LEASING THE FULL 2.99 MILLION.

SO WE WANT TO MAKE CLEAR TO YOU THAT WHILE THE VALUE THAT YOU ARE SEEING WITHIN THE LEGISLATION IS DIFFERENT THAN WE HAD DISCUSSED PREVIOUSLY, THERE IS A REASON FOR THAT CHANGE, AND IT IS BASED ON INTERNAL DISCUSSIONS REGARDING ENSURING THAT WE HAVE THE APPROPRIATE MONEY'S ON HAND, UH, AND THE APPROPRIATE POLICY FOR COUNCIL BE ABLE TO CONTINUE OUT IT'S, UH, ITS GOALS AND OBJECTIVES BEYOND, UH, JUST THIS MATTER.

SO THAT IS A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INFORMATION THAT WE HAVE PROVIDED.

UH, WE WILL FINALIZE THE, UH, THE LANGUAGE, UH, IF IT IS COUNCIL'S WILL TO ENTERTAIN THIS NEXT WEEK, UH, THAT WILL INCLUDE THE UPDATED FINANCING, UH, PERCENTAGES ON THAT WILL ALSO BRING DOWN THE AMOUNT OF MONEY WE'LL NEED TO BRING TO THE TABLE BECAUSE THE BUDGET WAS BASED ON 2.3, I BELIEVE WAS THE 2.5, 2.35 WAS THE, UH, WAS THE

[00:35:01]

MODELING.

AND SO WE'RE AT 2.01.

SO THAT 60,000 NUMBER WILL COME DOWN TO ABOUT 55, 56, SOMEWHERE IN THAT AREA.

BUT, UH, THAT WOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE, UH, IN THE LEGISLATION.

UH, THERE WERE A COUPLE OF OUTSTANDING QUESTIONS.

I THINK MR. CAMPBELL, YOU HAD A FEW IN MR. SHAW, YOU HAD A FEW AT THE LAST MEETING, WE DID INCLUDE SOME INFORMATION AS PART OF THE WORK SESSION PACKET THAT I HOPE ADDRESS THOSE QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS, BUT IF THEY DID NOT, UH, MYSELF, UH, KEITH AND LARRY, WHO ATTEMPTED TO JOIN THIS LAST, UH, LAST TIME, UH, REMOTELY, THEY ARE BOTH HERE TO ADDRESS ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS THAT, UH, THAT YOU ONLY HAVE.

SO WITH THAT, MR. MAYOR, I'LL YIELD THE FLOOR TO YOU AND COUNSEL FOR ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS.

OKAY.

SO, UH, I WOULD DEFER TO MR. SHAUN, MR. CAMPBELL HERE IN THE BEGINNING TO SEE IF, UH, THE QUESTIONS THAT WERE CONCERNS THAT YOU RAISED HAVE BEEN ANSWERED, OR IF YOU HAD ANY FOLLOW UP ON THAT, UM, BEFORE WE MOVE ON TO A BROADER DISCUSSION AMONGST COUNSEL, YES.

MINE HAVE BEEN ANSWERED.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

GREAT PRESENTATION.

UH, I'M GLAD WE ARE EXTENDING THE BORROWING CAPACITY OUT A LITTLE BIT.

I THINK THAT'LL HELP THE CITY IN GENERAL.

AND, UH, AT 2.01, WE MIGHT WANT TO BORROW MORE.

NO, I APPRECIATE THE, UH, I APPRECIATE THE EFFORT AND THE FOLLOW UP.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

THANK YOU, MR. CAMPBELL, MR. SHAW, THANK YOU.

UH, IN REVIEWING THE INFORMATION PROVIDED, UM, IN THE PACKET AND, UM, EXTERNALLY AS WELL.

UM, I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRESENTATION.

THANK KEITH FOR THE INFORMATION THAT WAS PROVIDED, ENTERED ALL MY CONCERNS AND, UH, UM, THE OBJECTIVES MOVING FORWARD.

I SEE NO REASON, AT LEAST FROM THIS COUNCIL MEMBER'S PERSPECTIVE, UH, TO MOVE THIS FORWARD, UH, TO BE CONSIDERED NEXT WEEK.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS FOR MR. BASED ON THE PRESENTATION OR ANYTHING THAT WAS, UH, ALL THE DETAILS IN THE PACKET MOVING FORWARD, MRS. BURCH.

YES.

MS. BURCH YOU'RE MUTED, MRS. BURGESS.

THIS IS BERG.

YOU WERE MUTED.

SO ANYTHING THAT YOU HAD JUST SAID, NONE OF US HEARD, I'M SORRY, THERE YOU GO.

COST PROVIDED TO US, UM, THE WAY THAT THEY ARE RIGHT NOW AT ALL, OR TH THE COSTS WITH RESPECT TO THE FINANCING OR WITH RESPECT TO THE, THE PROJECT THEMSELVES.

SO THE FEES CATEGORIES AND THE COST.

SO THE FEES ARE OF THE, UH, CONTRACT THAT, UM, THE AGREEMENT THAT WE WOULD ENTER INTO WITH, UM, ESG, UM, AND HOW THEY ARE SPECIFICALLY STRUCTURED, I WOULD DEFER TO KEITH OR LARRY TO, TO ADDRESS THOSE.

SO, UH, LET ME SIP AWAY SO THAT THEY CAN, UH, ADDRESS THAT QUESTION.

YEAH.

SO, UH, THIS IS A TRADITIONAL FOUR PROJECT OF, OF THIS, THIS TIME.

THIS IS A TRADITIONAL KIND OF BREAKDOWN THAT WE HAVE WOULD PROVIDE IN TERMS OF A PROJECT ENGINEERING, UH, OUR SUBCONTRACTOR COSTS AS, AS PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND SOME OF THE, SOME OF THE PERFORMANCE RISK.

ONE OF THE INTERESTING THINGS ABOUT THIS PROJECT, IT IS, UH, VERY MUCH A MULTI-DISCIPLINE PROJECT.

SO WE'RE WORKING EVERYTHING FROM OUT IN THE STREETS, IF YOU WILL, UH, LIGHTING INTO BUILDINGS, HPAC, UH, UH, ET CETERA, AND AS WELL AS THE HVC IN CONTROL.

SO FROM A PROJECT MANAGEMENT STANDPOINT, IT'S A FAIRLY COMPLEX PROJECT AND IT'S OVER AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME BECAUSE OF WHAT YOU'VE HAD TO DEAL WITH WITH THE, UH, THE MASS ARMS, UH, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO DO THAT AS WELL.

SO IT'S REALLY GOING TO EXTEND OUR CONSTRUCTION TIME.

UM, SO AGAIN, ONE OF THE VALUES OF, OF A PROJECT LIKE THIS IS YOU'RE ABLE TO MOBILIZE WANTS, AND, UH, HAVE A SINGLE POINT OF ACCOUNTABILITY TO PULL THIS PROJECT FORWARD.

UH, AND THEN THE OTHER PIECE OF THIS, IT'S VERY OBVIOUSLY VERY IMPORTANT TO US, UH, WHETHER WE'RE WORKING IN THE BUILDINGS ON LADDERS, OR IF WE'RE WORKING IN, UH, ON THE STREETS, SAFETY IS A, A HUGE CONCERN.

SO IT'S, AGAIN, A LOT OF THE COSTS ARE BUILT AROUND MAKING SURE WE WORK IN THE SAFE ENVIRONMENT.

AND THEN FROM AN ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVE, AGAIN, I CAN GO THROUGH, THERE'S A NUMBER OF THINGS THAT GO INTO THAT, UH, NUMBER.

UM, TYPICALLY WE WOULD DO THAT, ALL THAT ENGINEERING INTERNALLY, BUT IN THIS CASE, WE, WE INVOLVE THE LOCAL ENGINEERING COMPANY TO DO THE ENGINEERING, UH, ON THE INTERSECTION,