The Board of Works and Safety for the City of Attica met, pursuant to Public Notice, on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at 4:30 P.M. in the City Council Room. Present were Board Members Duane Roderick and Dave Huckleberry, City Clerk, Susan Stoll and City Attorney, Tom O’Connor.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Since no quorum was present at the June 2 Board of Works, the May 21, 2013 minutes had not been passed. Mr. Huckleberry made a motion to pass them, Mr. Roderick seconded. All were in favor and the motion passed. Mr. Huckleberry then made a motion to pass the minutes for the June 2 meeting. Mr. Roderick seconded and the motion was passed.
There were no citizen petitions to be presented to the Board.
DEPARTMENT HEADS REPORTS
Chief Cole reported that he will be involved in a meeting with the Superintendent of Attica Consolidated Schools to discuss the addition of a school resource officer.
Mr. O’Farrell reported that the aerial truck will soon be back from being repaired. He also reported that the squad 17 vehicle had a pump that malfunctioned. He has gotten that repaired. He also reported that there was a problem with pagers the night the city lost partial power due to a storm.
Mr. Dismore reported that he has been checking on swimming pools around town. He said Rick White has put the property where he wishes to build a structure in both his and his son’s name which now allows Mr. Dismore to be able to approve the building permit.
There was no unfinished business presented.
The renewal of the fire protection contracts for Shawnee, Davis and Logan Townships was brought to the table. A discussion of the history of charges for these services took place. Currently a flat rate is charged to all three townships for $9536.00 to be paid in two installments per year. Mr. Huckleberry made a motion to approve the 2013 Shawnee and Logan Fire Protection contracts. Mr. Roderick seconded and the motion was passed. The Shawnee and Logan contracts were signed by Mr. Roderick and Mr. Huckleberry. The contract for Davis Township was tabled until the next meeting because Davis has not been able to pay us in full for the last year or so.
Claims for two meetings were presented for approval as the claims from the June 4th meeting could not be approved at the last meeting due to the lack of a quorum.
Claims totaling $187, 887.40, dates 5/22/13 to 6/4/2013, were presented. Mr. Huckleberry made a motion to approve the June 4 claims, Mr. Roderick seconded and the motion was passed.
Claims totaling $171, 397.84, dates 6/5/2013 to 6/18/2013, were presented. Mr. Huckleberry made a motion to approve the June 18 claims. Mr. Roderick seconded and the motion was passed.
There was no miscellaneous business discussed.