Current Council Meeting Minutes
SHILOH VILLAGE COUNCIL MEETING
May 09, 2017
Mr. Bailey called the meeting to order at 6:04
p.m. The meeting was opened with a
prayer, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Persons attending: Jayne Boock,
Abs. Excused; Jake Stephens Jr., P; Lisa
Mireles, P; Betty Shepherd, P; Ricky Shepherd, Abs. Unexcused; Danny Bailey,
P; Adm. Bruce Wiser, Abs. Excused; Insp. Steve Bassin, Abs.; F/O Sherri Copley,
P; Mayor Hall, P, late. Minutes of the previous meeting held on April
26, 2017 were read, edited, and approved.
- See attached.
The bills were presented and examined.
Mr. Bailey made the motion to approve the bills, seconded by Mr.
Stephens, RC 4 yea.
Bailey spoke about the ball field. He
said he would like to schedule a work day to take down the lights and finish
painting the concession stand.
Mayor Hall asked if there was any update on
the surveys. Sherri told Council that Larry Baxa from RCAP said that he had 114
surveys in. The Village still needs an
additional 39 surveys to make it valid.
She said that when someone comes into the office, Sheila is asking them
if they’ve turned one in. If not, Sheila
is giving them another one and envelope so hopefully they will mail it in to
Ordinance to increase Village sewer rates by five dollars ($5.00) effective
June 1, 2017. 3 reading.
much deliberation, Mr. Bailey made the motion to approve Ordinance 2017-3,
seconded by Mr. Stephens. RC: Mr. Bailey, yea; Mr. Stephens, yea; Mrs. Mireles, yea; Mrs. Shepherd, nay. The Ordinance will become effective June 1,
Kermit Noble, Shiloh Historical Society
Noble showed Council a slideshow on his laptop with interesting pictures of
Shiloh from earlier periods. While the
pictures were on he spoke about The Rich History Alliance. He said there are 29 genres in The Rich
History Alliance and the majority of them participated in Rich History Weekend,
which is the first weekend in May. He
said that Shiloh’s walkabout was successful.
He said that many of the exhibits have changed in the past year and
anyone that hasn’t been there recently should come check out the new
items. He said that they have many
interesting things and a nice military display.
The Shiloh Historical Society is open the first Sunday of each month,
April thru October from 1-4.
Noble went on to say that they are replacing a door, hopefully like the one at
The Senior Citizen Building.
Hall asked Mr. Noble if they are still accepting items. She said that she has some antiques of her
father’s that may be of interest. Mr.
Noble told her to bring them down and he would check them over.
Lynn McGinnis, Shiloh General Store
McGinnis said that they had a car show last October that went really well. She said they had 28 cars and had them parked
in the back lot behind the store. This
year, she wanted to have another one, this time in August and was wondering
about parking as she’s expecting more cars.
options were discussed. Mr. Bailey said
that he had also been planning a car show as a fundraiser for the Village
parks. Mrs. McGinnis said she would be
willing to do it together. She said she
was willing to work with the Village if she didn’t get pushed out. Mayor Hall said that she should be the
chairperson. There will be a Park
Committee meeting on Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 3:00 with Mrs. McGinnis to
showed council some prices for basketball rims.
Mr. Stephens made the motion to buy 4 new rims for $50 or less
each. Mr. Bailey seconded it. RC 4 yea.
also told Council that Spring Clean Up Day would be on Saturday May 20,
2017. She said that Mrs. Shirley Reeder
asked about Rumpke providing a dumpster, but Council didn’t think people would
haul their furniture to it.
Bailey said The Utility Committee met with Mr. Wiser and Mayor Hall. They reviewed and discussed the 8 firms that
submitted Statements of Qualifications.
After reviewing these, they ranked them based on several factors. After ranking, the committee decided to
invite the top three: CT Consultants,
CTI, and Poggemeyer to the next council meeting to make a presentation.
will be a Park Committee meeting on May 18, 2017 at 3:00. Mr. Bailey offered to come to the meeting
with Mrs. Shepherd because neither Mrs. Boock nor Mr. Shepherd will be able to
Member’s Miscellaneous Reports
Stephens spoke about The Brick Pond. He
asked if anyone knew of anywhere to buy composite benches. He said the cheapest he could find was $500
each. He said that benches down there
would be very nice for the families that like to go down to the park. He also said that it would be nice to put
rocks around the pond to keep the weeds down and just make it look nicer.
Mireles said she knows they make those benches in Amish Country but wasn’t sure
of the prices. She agreed those benches
would be nice and would last longer than a traditional wooden bench.
Shepherd asked if anything was being done about residents that have junk cars
sitting around. Sherri told her that in
Mr. Bassin’s absence, she and Mr. Wiser had sent out letters regarding junk,
but not any that involved junk cars.
Sherri said she wasn’t sure on those ordinances and didn’t want to send
out anything incorrect.
Hall spoke about getting tall flower boxes for Main Street. She said she thinks that those would make the
village look nicer. Sherri said that The
Flower Club was going to plant at The Outpost again this year and also do the
pots by The Municipal Building entrance.
Bailey made the motion to adjourn. Mr.
Shepherd seconded it. The next meeting
will be May 23, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.