Town of Fairview Park
Minutes of the February 13th, 2018 Meeting
The Town Council held their regular meeting on Tuesday February 13th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building. The Pledge to the Flag was recited. Roll call was taken with council members Jim Hall, Larry Natalie, Tonya Smith, Larry Wilson, Jim Moore and Attorney Henry Antonini was all present. A motion was made by Tonya Smith and seconded by Jim Hall to accept the minutes of the January meeting and financial report. The motion carried by voice vote.
The Town Marshal was running late so the update will be later in the meeting.
Jim Hall mentioned that the library had installed the post for the little library, however it is not exactly where he wanted it located Sue said she would look into it for him.
Tonya Smith said she has had several residents ask if the town would post the town marshals phone number, several ideas was mentioned
Ron Shepard with HWC Engineering was on the agenda but did not make the meeting.
Fire Chief Neil Costello submitted an invoice to the town for its portion of the security camera system he said his department had already paid for the system in full and the town could reimburse the fire department for it’s share, he also said that him and some members of the fire department had went through Fairview and checked all the street lights that was out or damaged he said there was fourteen total with issues and he turned them in to Duke Energy, Neil said that as of the meeting most of the light have been repaired, he also spoke about the fire contract with the town, he is wanting to make a few changes to the contract and will try to have it for the next meeting
Resident Mr. Summers spoke about some problems he was having with loose dogs in his area and he wanted to know what the town marshal had found out.
The Town Marshal made it in so he gave his update, he said there have been several reports of vehicles broken into, no damages to the vehicles just items taken. Curtis said he spoke to Clinton City who is having the same problem and they believe it is a group of juveniles who are doing the break ins he said to just make sure your vehicles are locked. There was some discussion about where to post the phone number for his department the board discussed maybe putting it in the newspaper or post it on the door of the office, next there was a lengthy discussion about the dog problem in Mr. Summers area and threw out the town, Curtis said if a dog is aggressive or attacking someone or something to call 911to get a officer there quickly, if a dog is straying on to your property before the officer can do anything he would have to witness it so if this happens take a picture of the animal on your property for the officer to have as proof to show the owner of the problem. Curtis agreed to meet with Mr. Summers and to speak to owners of the dogs there was also some discussion about loose dogs in the area of North Jackson St. Curtis said he had already looked into that problem.
Ordinance 2018-2 Ordinance to establish fund for Certified Shares Distribution was read in full and once again by title only Jim Moore made the motion to allow Tonya Smith seconded the motion, motion carried by voice vote.
Ordinance 2018-2 Ordinance to establish fund for Public Safety Distribution was read in full and once again by title only Tonya Smith made the motion to allow Jim Moore seconded the motion, motion carried by voice vote.
The May meeting was scheduled for May 8th which is Primary Election Day so the board decided to have its May meeting on Wednesday May 9th 2018.
A motion was made by Tonya Smith and seconded by Larry Wilson to pay the towns claims in the amount of $13,761.12 the water department claims in the amount of $16,609.67
The meeting was adjourned at 7:40pm with a motion by Tonya Smith and seconded by Jim Hall. The motion carried by voice vote.
Attested to by: Milisa Carty, Clerk-Treasurer February 13th, 2018
General Fund $25,863.16
MVH Fund $29455.21
LR & S Fund $16.308.37
CCD Fund $24,590.31
CCI Fund $33,236.11
Cum Fire Fund $64.782.98
Flag Fund $571.85
Riverboat Wagering $46,919.23
Rainy Day Fund 35.711.07
Police Ed. Fund $2.108.13
Certified Shares $2,350.50
Public Safety $4.108.50
Balance as of February 28th, 2018 $286,005.42