JULY 10, 2018
CITY OF HURSTBOURNE
200 WHITTINGTON PARKWAY
Mayor Mary Schneider called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.
C.A.O. Leidgen conducted the roll call. A quorum of the Commission was present.
Mary Schneider, Mayor
Ben Jackson, Commissioner
Earl Hubbuch, Commissioner
Lois Wagner, Commissioner
John Singler, City Attorney
Chris Crumpton, City Engineer
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor Mary Schneider.
RECOGNITION OF GUESTS
No guests were present.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
With a minor change, Commissioner Jackson made the motion that the minutes of the June 26, 2018 regular meeting be approved as amended; his motion was seconded by Commissioner Wagner. Motion carried unanimously.
Commissioner Jackson stated that the Investment Committee will meet prior to the next meeting. He asked that HSWAC be placed back on the agenda.
PUBLIC SAFETY – Commissioner Hancock
PUBLIC WORKS—Commissioner Hubbuch
Commissioner Hubbuch asked that C. A. O. Jim Leidgen give a portion of the Public Works report. Mr. Leidgen distributed a picture of irrigation system controllers and air cards that are now mounted on the outside of the irrigation boxes. Commissioner Jackson asked that Mr. Leidgen send Greenscapes a copy of the picture. Mr. Leidgen also reported that the brick walls and columns on Linn Station at the Oxmoor Woods Estates entrances will be cleaned for an estimated cost of $2000. Also, the curb and gutter repairs have been listed by severity; therefore, Nottingham, Marlboro Circle and Dennington were placed as priority. With regards to Public Safety, Mr. Leidgen reported that some street signs and light poles need maintenance. City Attorney John Singler distributed a sample invitation to bid regarding milling and re-paving certain roads, roof replacement for City Hall, and clearing of City drainage ditches. After discussion, Mr. Singler stated that the bid ad will be placed in the Courier-Journal this coming week. The pre-bid date will be Monday, July 23, 2018 and the opening bid date will be Monday, August 6, 2018.
City Engineer Chris Crumpton distributed an estimate for paving and sealing options for Marlboro Circle and Tillman Road. Mayor Schneider made a motion to repave Tillman. C. A. O. Jim Leidgen added that Marlboro Circle is deteriorating and thinks it should be repaved this year. Mayor Schneider amended the motion to repave both Marlboro Circle and Tillman Road; her motion was seconded by Commissioner Jackson. Motion carried unanimously.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT REPORT – Commissioner Jackson
CODE ENFORCEMENT/SANITATION REPORT – Commissioner Wagner
ATTORNEY’S REPORT – Attorney Singler
Mr. Singler distributed a revised version of the road closure plats that will be re-submitted to Metro Louisville.
CITY ENGINEER—Chris Crumpton
Mr. Crumpton reported the ADA concrete shavings had been completed.
TREASURER’S REPORT – Treasurer Bennett
ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT – C.A.O. Leidgen
A. O. Jim Leidgen reported he was obtaining two quotes for catering services for the City Picnic. Police and Fire have been scheduled and tent rental has been secured. After some discussion regarding entertainment, Commissioner Jackson made the motion to retain Artie Dean Harris and his band; his motion was seconded by Commissioner Hubbuch. Motion carried unanimously. Commissioner Hubbuch suggested there should be a name for the picnic. The name “Boots & Barbeque” was offered up to depict a country theme.
Commissioner Wagner stated she had toured apartments in Westchester, Ohio, which are similar to the ones that will be built at the Viking’s Development, and they were very impressive and well built.
At 5:39 p.m. Commissioner Jackson made the motion to adjourn. His motion was seconded by Commissioner Hubbuch; motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Mary Schneider James E. Leidgen, City Clerk