Aurora City Council met May 8, 2023. Lee Lundblad/The Portager
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City of Aurora
City Council – Committee of the Whole
City Council – Regular Council Meeting
Monday, May 8, 2023
Aurora City Hall
130 S. Chillicothe Rd.
Aurora, OH 44202
Committee of the Whole
Regular Council Meeting
Brad Duguay, Ward 1
Dennis Kovach, Ward 2
Reva Barner, Ward 3 – absent
George Horvat, Ward 4, Council President
Sarah Grdina Gilmore, Ward 5
Harold Hatridge, Ward 6
John Kudley, Jr., At Large
Peter French, At Large
Scott Wolf, At Large – absent
Marie Lawrie, Clerk of Council
Karen Pope, Dir. of Personnel/Chief of Staff
Dean DePiero, Law Director
Harry Stark, Director of Public Services
Laura Holman, Director of Parks and Recreation
Tim Clymer, Finance Director
Matthew McBirney, Fire Chief
Committee of the Whole
The committee worked quickly through its agenda of reviewing new business items and agreeing to pass all to the regular council meeting being held at 7 p.m.
Committee of the Whole
The meeting opened at 6:30 p.m. with the clerk of council completing a roll call. All were present except Reva Barner, Ward 3, and Scott Wolf, At Large.
A motion was made to accept only the minutes of the April 24 meeting. Motion was seconded and passed. The March 27 meeting minutes will be held over to the next meeting due to council absences.
New Business Items
(a) Job Description for Finance Coordinator
Karen Pope, director of personnel/chief of staff, explained to council that they’re seeking approval for a new, classified, full-time position of finance coordinator to replace the accounts payable and administrative assistant positions. This new position will ensure accuracy for Aurora’s finances. Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
(b) Employees Generally
Pope continued requesting a switch of employees within positions. Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
(c) Contract with Gardiner Services Co. for Police Dept. HVAC Upgrades
Fire Chief Matthew McBirney addressed council regarding an upgrade. This upgrade would replace a system from 2000 and would provide a more modern, cost-efficient system for the department. Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
(d) Agricultural Use Management Agreement for Brian Stoltzfus’ 27 acres off Page Road
This ordinance would allow the continued leasing of lands for agricultural purposes for five years at $40/per acre. Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
(e) Purchase of (35) body-worn cameras from GETAC
McBirney is requesting $62,862 for the purchase of body cameras for the police department. He noted a grant was received in the amount of $55,092, so the balance would be needed from council. Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
(f) Renewal of city’s property and casualty insurance with HCC/U.S. Specialty Ins. Co.
Mr. Sutton, from Sutton Insurance, addressed the council with a short presentation outlining the renewal of Aurora’s policy with HCC/U.S. Specialty Insurance Co. U.S. Specialty has an A++ Superior Rating, which is the highest rating available. This policy includes coverage for Aurora’s property, equipment, vehicles and liability. He is suggesting that Aurora moves to a $15,000 deductible, which would place the annual premium at $197,542. This represents an approximate 5-6% increase on the premium from last year. Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
(g) Annual maintenance contract with Software Solutions for Finance/Utility Billing
Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
(h) Adoption of the Tax Budget for the budget year beginning Jan. 1, 2024
Finance Director Clymer told council this is a yearly requirement from Portage County and is mostly procedural. At best, it is a projection (not the actual budget) that Portage County requires from all cities, townships and villages and uses for its budget. There will have to be a public hearing scheduled regarding this tax budget. He is requesting a forwarding of this ordinance to the regular council. Motion was made, seconded and approved for the item to be forwarded to the regular council meeting.
A motion was made and seconded for adjournment, which passed unanimously.
Regular City Council Meeting
Meeting was called to order at 7 p.m. by Council President George Horvat. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by all, followed by roll call by Clerk of Council Marie Lawrie. All were present except Reva Barner, Ward 3 and Scott Wolf, At Large.
Horvat asked if there were any reconsiderations of prior actions. Seeing none, he asked for a motion to approve. Motion was made, seconded and passed.
Horvat indicated that because some council members were absent, they would be unable to approve the minutes of the March 27 meeting. Approval will be addressed at the next council meeting. Horvat did request a motion to approve the April 24 meeting. Motion was made and seconded. Motion passed.
Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin was not present, so Director of Personnel/ Chief of Staff Karen Pope gave the mayor’s report to council.
The mayor wanted a reminder to be given to all council members and residents that Aurora is not a NOPEC (Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council) city. Some residents, mostly in Reminderville, have been receiving communications from NOPEC and others regarding electric rates. Reminderville is in NOPEC. Aurora, however, offers an electric aggregate program of its own through Energy Harbor at the rate of $4.94/Kwh through April 2025. This is an opt-out program, so if you are an Aurora resident, you are automatically enrolled in the program unless you opt out. Residents can contact Energy Harbor at 866-636-3749 with any questions.
Aurora’s traditional Memorial Day ceremony will take place at 10:15 a.m. Monday, May 29. The ceremony will begin at Veterans Memorial Park, followed by a procession to Aurora Cemetery with a service afterward.
Applications for grand marshal of this year’s July 4th parade are due Friday, June 2. Applications are available on the City of Aurora website or by calling the parks and recreation department at 330-562-4333.
Since the last council meeting, Mayor Ann Womer Benjamin has:
Attended the monthly meeting of the Mayors’ Association of Portage, Stark and Summit Counties
Attended the opening of the Aurora Historical Society’s “Aurora Schools” exhibit
Toured Cattail Cove in Chatham with Service Director Harry Stark to observe tree and flooding issues there, and
Taped the monthly television report for Community Focus
The mayor also sent thanks to Director of Personnel/Chief of Staff Karen Pope, who welcomed attendees on her behalf at the National Day of Prayer on May 4.
Horvat asked if there were any questions for the mayor’s representative and, seeing none, requested a motion to accept her report. Motion was made, seconded and passed.
Law Director’s Report
Law Director Dean DePiero provided a written report to council on current litigation.
Horvat asked if there were any questions for the law director. There were none.
Council President’s Report
Horvat asked council to support a motion to amend the meeting agenda by adding ordinances 2023-083 through 2023-090 as discussed earlier at the Committee of the Whole. A motion was made and seconded to move these pieces of legislation to the regular council meeting. All approved by signaling “aye.”
Citizens’ Comments – Legislation
Council Remarks – Legislation
Ord. 2023-064 (from the Committee of the Whole) Third Reading:An ordinance accepting the proposal of and renewing the current policy with Travelers Insurance Co. for cyber insurance for the policy period June 1, 2023 to June 1, 2024 through Edward Sutton Insurance Agency in the amount of $26,888, taking the necessary funds from the General Fund (01), Water Fund (70), Sewer Fund (72), Recreation Fund (78) and declaring an emergency as the current policy expires June 1, 2023. A motion was made and seconded to adopt. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-065 (from the Committee of the Whole) Third Reading: An ordinance accepting for dedication the water main located within the right-of-way on Equestra Court in the Walden subdivision. A motion was made and seconded to adopt. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-066 (from the Committee of the Whole) Third Reading: An ordinance authorizing the mayor to execute an addendum to the Development Agreement, substantially in the form attached hereto, with Pulte Homes of Ohio LLC for the Renaissance Park at Geauga Lake (Phase 2/3 West). A motion was made and seconded to adopt. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-074 (from the Committee of the Whole) Second Reading: An ordinance accepting for dedication storm sewers outlined in exhibit “A” within the Homestead subdivision. This ordinance will move on to third reading.
Ord. 2023-075 (from City Council) Second Reading: An ordinance approving and adopting the March 2023 replacement pages of the Aurora Codified Ordinances, as prepared by the Walter H. Drane Company and verified by the clerk of council, and declaring an emergency in order to comply with current state law. A motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules. Motion passed with an “aye” vote. A motion was made and seconded to adopt. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-076 (from the Committee of the Whole) Second Reading: An ordinance approving and adopting a Master Plan for the City of Aurora. This ordinance will move on to third reading.
Ord. 2023-082 (from the Committee of the Whole) Second Reading: An ordinance authorizing the mayor to enter into a contract with National Driver Training School in an amount not to exceed $100,000 through Dec. 31, 2023 to provide driver’s education classes, taking the necessary funds from the Recreation Fund (78) and declaring an emergency to pay for 2023 classes. This ordinance will move on to third reading.
Added Legislation from the Committee of the Whole Ord. 2023-083(from the Committee of the Whole) An ordinance adding a full-time, classified finance coordinator position with the salary range of $36,366-$80,340 and declaring an emergency in order to meet the finance department’s needs. Motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules; motion passed with an “aye” vote. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the ordinance. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-084(from the Committee of the Whole) First reading: An ordinance amending employees to reflect a change in positions and declaring an emergency. Motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules; motion passed with an “aye” vote. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the ordinance. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-085(from the Committee of the Whole) First reading: An ordinance for the mayor to enter into a contract with Gardinier Services Co. LLC for upgrades in the HVAC system at the police department in the amount of $259,712, with funds being taken from the Capital Improvement Fund (60), and to declare an emergency to suspend the rules. Motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules; motion passed with an “aye” vote. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the ordinance. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-086(from the Committee of the Whole) First reading: Ordinance to lease 27 acres of city property through 2027 to B. Soltis for the purpose of agriculture, and to declare an emergency and suspend the rules. Motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules; motion passed with an “aye” vote. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the ordinance. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-087(from the Committee of the Whole) First reading: Ordinance to purchase body cameras in the amount of $62,862, to be taken from the Capital Improvement Fund (60), and to declare an emergency to take advantage of the purchase. Motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules; motion passed with an “aye” vote. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the ordinance. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-088(from the Committee of the Whole) First reading: Ordinance for the mayor to renew insurance policy in the amount of $197,542 with the Edward Sutton Insurance Agency for the period June 2023 to June 2024, with money being taken from the General Fund (1), Water Fund (70), Sewer Fund (72) and Recreation Fund (78). Motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules; motion passed with an “aye” vote. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the ordinance. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Ord. 2023-089(from the Committee of the Whole) First Reading: Ordinance to continue the annual maintenance contract with Software Solutions in the amount of $23,548.44 for a one-year period, with funds being taken from the General Fund (1), Water Fund (70) and Sewer Fund (72). This item will move on to second reading.
Ord. 2023-090(from the Committee of the Whole) First Reading: Ordinance to adopt the tax budget for the Jan. 1, 2024 year as required by Portage County and due July 10, 2023, and to declare an emergency to meet this deadline. Additionally, it is necessary to set a public hearing for the budget to be heard at 7 p.m. Monday, June 12. Motion was made and seconded to suspend the rules; motion passed with an “aye” vote. Motion was made and seconded to adopt the ordinance. Ordinance adopted via roll call.
Citizens’ Comments – General None.
Council Member & Committee Remarks Council Member Kovach asked Law Director DePiero if the language in 2023-066 was strong enough. DePiero responded by affirming that the addendum has additional monitoring built into the Pulte project so that the fill dirt used is not used for under homes, but for grassy areas. There is an additional bonding of 10 years to ensure that if there is any settling, Pulte will be responsible.
Motion was made to adjourn, which was seconded and passed via roll call at 7:24 p.m.
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Speaker 2 0:36 Thank you, Mr. President. I call upon you to your attention this evening on behalf of a or in your Benjamin. electric service. This is a reminder that Aurora is not a no Peck city. Some residents mostly reminder bill have been receiving communications from OPEC and others regarding electric rates for my bill is not the right a bill is in opatch Aurora Hello her offers an electric advocate program with phone through energy hardware as the rate of $4.94 per kilowatt hour, your APR 2025. This is an opt out program. So if you are a resident you are automatically enrolled in the program unless you opt out. You have any questions call energy cover at 866-636-3749 Memorial Day or traditional Memorial Day ceremony will take place on Monday, May 29 at 10:15am. The ceremony will begin at Veterans Memorial Park, followed by a procession to the awards cemetery with a service afterward. Grand Marshal applications are due by June 7 for individuals to be considered for the Grand Marshal for this year’s Fourth of July great applications are available on our website or by calling the Parks and Recreation Department at 330-562-4333. And finally Mayor’s office. Since our last meeting, I attended the monthly meeting of the mayor’s association of Portage Stark and so much and the opening of the awareness toward society’s exhibits or schools. I toured cattail Cove in Chateau was Service Director Harry Stark to observe tree and flooding issues there that were brought to my attention by the HOA. I also take my monthly television report for Community Focus. Thank you to the director of personality who staff Karen Pope, who welcomed the attendees on my behalf at the National Day of Prayer. Last
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Speaker 1 6:03 We have 2023 66. Through 74 is available as that second reading. It’s important that success for dedication storm sewers, operating instead of a within the homestead subdivision. And this was coming from 375. This city council city ordinance approving and adopting the march quote from Facebook pages for the codified ordinances, as prepared by Walters training company and verified by the Corporate Council and declare an emergency in order to comply with current state law in grasping for suspension. Movements second suspect, favor say aye. Aye. All those opposed? Motion carries moved to the second movement starts with that when it comes to color. Sitting on the floor. Yes, yes. Mr. Fan? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Where the 2023 75 was adopted, was from 2376. From the period a whole design cycle breeding. That’s an ordinance approving adopting a master plan for the city reward. This will run through every one recommendation that I spoke to today, and he will send me an email to discuss the elimination of residential property. Anyone else? Just going through a request? Yes. Sorry.
Speaker 4 7:53 Yeah, I think it’s essential that we bring up questions to discuss this at this time. I just want to begin by saying that, I know some of you have not been on council for the last mass plan review. I think it’s important. planet doesn’t mention that this is a guideline, it’s not a mandate. We’ve gotten into that debate in the past most of the year. Master Plan. Again, it’s a guideline that obviously things changed. I think the biggest things that impact the master plan and how it’s carried out over the next five years that are administration has done a very good job adhering to looking at planning, their procedures and so forth. And finances, obviously, it’s not a big role in being able to carry out any kind of nest appointment, there’s a lot of things being called for it to happen in this. You know, we have to be good students at the same time when we look at those kinds of things that are being developed, but also then convenient community support. So the administration to go ahead and recommend something that’s in the master committee, all of a sudden, it’s not behind us. And then we’re going to have problems also. And then there’s the administration’s priorities and the priorities of city council, figure into probably master plan works. And so I think just wanted to bring that to mind to take a look at this. And as I was revealing that the first parts of the master plan and one of the things that concerns me a little bit is the comparisons that are made. The company chose to compare do all our comparisons with Portage County. Okay, and that doesn’t really reflect what Aurora is doing or is what we’ve done. I’ll have the negotiations in the past for police fire. We look at other comparables compared to a bar. I know the schools when we’re looking at things at the school level, they look to To model ourselves, can what’s happening in Twinsburg, slow and Hudson Beach, we’re kind of in a whole different direction towards cloud economy. So I’m not sure the statistics in the master plan really reflect truly level are watching with our surrounding communities, but I think this is just inherent with Portage County. And it wasn’t like to say that comparison drawn out farther than that. And I think the other thing that stood out in my mind to looking at this, the fact that we continue to grow, but the growth rate seems seems like it’s starting to slow down a little bit of specific compared to the last look at this, and that the emergence that we, one of the things we need to look towards is the housing needs for making population that can gonna be looked at as far as the master plan is concerned. And then obviously, part of my heart getting involved with the landmark commission and in the world historical society is all the recommendations for historic preservation, the fact that we should take a look at more, extending our historical districts as far as national registry. Registration with the national registry, and extending the district a little bit farther than what we have, and also the train station district. Realizing though, that some of the historic buildings are not landmark, because the seniors chose not to land. But as the planning, Master Plan points out, even putting something out of national register doesn’t prohibit the owner of the property from making changes. And eventually, if they wanted to even tearing down a historic building, there’s nothing you can do to stop somebody from wanting to do that. But it does provide opportunities for people to get state and federal enrollments have a cheaper rate and tax rates for preservation than most national districts. So I think the master plan really points that kind of thing out, I think we really shouldn’t have here to take a close look at how we can continue to preserve those parts of the city that we want to of course, we’d love the concept of store not to be significant. So the city is doing its part but I think there’s other things that can happen to at the same time. Thank you. We’re at this point at this time, I think that’s all I really
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Speaker 1 15:37 Doctor, or his 2023 fives from a whole. First Reading. It’s an ordinance accepting the proposal and authorizing the mayor to enter into a contract with Gardner services company LLC, in the amount of 257 $259,712. To perform upgrades of the existing HVAC system have at least taken the necessary funds from the Capital Improvement Fund 60 with an additional appropriation of $9,007 for the capital improvement of 60 and declare an emergency key report as soon as possible. History sheets as we have more than seconds settles in favor say aye. All those opposed. Motion carries. React to consecutive comments is what it was called.
Speaker 3 16:39 Yes, yes. Mr. French? Yes. Mr. D? Yes. Yes. Yes.
Speaker 1 16:49 Three fives or it’s 2020 386. For the period the whole sign first three. It’s ignoring is accepting the proposal and authorizing the mayor to enter our agricultural use management agreement with Bryce falls to us to lease proximately 27 acres of single property grow through December 31.7 in the amount of $40 per acre per year, and declaring an emergency order to meet the timelines related to the pharmacy. Test was sadly, moving morning practice schedules favor say aye. Aye. All those opposed? Motion. Second concert. Comments? Say this board please vote? Yes,
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Speaker 1 17:47 it’s 2023 and says that we’re in 2023 heatset. Vehicle for the first three. It’s an order to accept the proposal and authorizing the mayor tentacle in a contract with a restaurant and safety in the amount of $62,860 for the purchase of 35 G tech body worn cameras for use to support the necessary functions of the camera for 60 and declared emergency to quit or emergency do in order to secure the equipment as soon as possible. History suggests that moving second suspend as a favor say aye. Aye. All opposed. Second, it comes to the topic. Mr. Chairman, to the Chief, are we still leasing those funds?
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Speaker 1 19:02 Thank you, Chief. My question was what do we do with the old ones?
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Speaker 1 19:09 Thank you. Any other questions? Please call us.
Speaker 3 19:14 Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
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Speaker 1 19:24 When is 2023 87 was adopted ordinance 2023 88. What was that first greeting. It’s an ordinance accepting a false love and renewing the policy for HCC smash ups, specialty insurance company, property and casualty insurance, or the policy period of June 123. To July of 22, Edward seven Insurance Agency, the total premium for which will be 197,000 I’m looking forward to dogs taking necessary funds from the general fund number one, the water fund number 70. The sewer fund number 72. Recreation fund number 78. And a credit emergencies the current policy expires June one from the Trump ministration sastra. Going to secondary follows. Mr. Heinrich, you have a question. And some of these contracts. Some of them are to June one some over may 3, one talking about the differences. Retirement about the cyber renewal Yes, particular renewal.
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Speaker 1 20:51 origins from 2389 as a Boulder City ordinance approving the 2023 annual maintenance contract in the amount of $43,514.44, and software solutions for annual software support and maintenance for the finance and utility billing department. They begin the necessary general fund number one, the water fund for Saturday, sewer fund number 72. And collect an emergency in order to continue support services, physical balance secondary when you’re trying to 2392 If you really want that first three, to know when it’s approving and adopting a tax budget with the city for more for the calendar year of 2004. And the current emergencies attacks must be adopted by July 1020 23. In order to comply with Ohio Revised Code 57 Oh 5.28 Disregard on third. Second reading. We need to set a public hearing for January 1 23 and 73 minutes. So we have a motion. So moved second motion of movement second to have that public hearing proceed for us. So
Speaker 3 22:21 yes, yes, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
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