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Board of Works & Safety – July 16, 2013

The Board of Works and Safety for the City of Attica met, pursuant to Public Notice, on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at 4:30 P.M. in the City Council Room. Present were Board Members Duane Roderick and Dave Huckleberry, City Clerk, Susan Stoll, Mayor, Bob Shepherd and City Attorney, Tom O’Connor.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

The minutes from the July 2, 2013 meeting were presented. Mr. Roderick made a motion to pass them, Mr. Huckleberry seconded. All were in favor and the motion passed.

CITIZENS PETITIONS

There were no citizen petitions to be presented to the Board.

DEPARTMENT HEADS REPORTS

Mr. Jean was present but had no business to present. Mr. Huckleberry asked what they found out about the generator after we had a power failure earlier in June. Mr. Jean said there was a part that wasn’t functioning and it was fixed the day after our June 18 BOW meeting. The generator is now operating fine.

Chief Cole was present and spoke about efforts to enforce ordinances. Each police officer has been assigned a designated section of the city that they are responsible. Mr. Huckleberry asked Chief Cole if all ordinances were going to be enforced and he confirmed that they would.

Mr. O’Farrell and the Mayor discussed that the Aerial truck will have to be moved out of the bay and parked elsewhere when the small section of McDonald street is worked on to remove and re-lay the brick.
Mr. Dismore was out of town.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Mayor Shepherd received an unsolicited bid from Bieneman Construction (the owner of this company owns the building next to 207 Perry St.) to demolish the building at 207 Perry St. This prompted the BOW to discuss soliciting formal bids on this work. Mr. Huckleberry made a motion to formally solicit bids on the demolition of 207 Perry St. Mr. Roderick seconded. All were in favor and the motion passed. Mr. O’Connor said he would prepare the invitation to bid. Mrs. Stoll will see that it is published in the local newspaper.

NEW BUSINESS

CLAIMS

Claims were presented for approval for payment. Mr. Huckleberry made a motion that they be approved. Mr. Roderick seconded. All were in favor and the motion was passed.

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS

There was no miscellaneous business discussed.

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