JUNE 11, 2019
CITY OF HURSTBOURNE
200 WHITTINGTON PARKWAY
Mayor Masick called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.
C. A. O. Jim Leidgen conducted the roll call. A quorum of the Commission was present
Mary Masick, Mayor
Earl Hubbuch, Commissioner
Bill Leavell, Commissioner
Lois Wagner, Commissioner
Others: John Singler, City Attorney, Chris Crumpton, City Engineer
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor Masick
RECOGNITION OF GUESTS
Nick Pregliasco, Attorney for Bardenwerper, Talbot and Roberts, PLLC representing the Vikings development presented details of changes to the development plan before the Commission.
M.O. 19-21: Approval of Viking development plan with changes: After discussion, motion was made by Commissioner Hubbuch and seconded by Commissioner Leavell. Motion passed
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Commissioner Wagner made a motion that the minutes of the May 28, 2019 regular meeting be approved. The motion was seconded by Mayor Masick. Motion carried unanimously.
M.O. 19-20: Approval of Sanitation Bid and Contract: Motion was made by Commissioner Wagner for approval and was seconded by Commissioner Hubbuch. Motion passed.
ORD. 19-02: Approval of 2019 Ad Valorem Tax-FYE 2020 (First reading): Motion was made by Commissioner Hubbuch for approval and was seconded by Commissioner Wagner. Motion passed.
ORD. 19-03: Approval of 2019-2020 Budget (First reading): Motion was made by Commissioner Hubbuch for approval and was seconded by Commissioner Wagner. Motion passed.
COMMITTEE REPORTS – None
Upon request from Commissioner Hubbuch, Engineer Crumpton brought up the MSD project located behind a few homes on Colonel Anderson. C.A.O. Leidgen requested that in order to follow the meeting agenda, the full report be given at the end of the regular business segment of the meeting.
Mayor Masick brought up concerns regarding speeding on Nottingham Parkway near Dennington Drive. She also gave summary of changes in the meeting agenda to improve efficiencies.
Commissioner Hubbuch, Public Works
Commissioner Hubbuch with Engineer Crumpton presented the upcoming paving and sidewalk projects in detail. Mayor Masick mentioned two areas that need attention on Nottingham near the Christian Church and S. Chadwick. Those locations will be added to the list. Commissioner Wagner mentioned potholes on Leighton Circle. Mr. Crumpton said he would check the working list.
Commissioner Leavell, Public Safety
Commissioner Leavell distributed the patrol schedule and billing report for May. He then reported their warning and citation activities. He also mentioned his follow up on the patrol zones and activities. Commissioner Hubbuch added that certain fire hydrants are being painted.
Commissioner Wagner, Sanitation/Code Enforcement
Commissioner Wagner introduced newly appointed Code Enforcement Field Officer, George Stewart. Mr. Stewart gave a brief report on his initial efforts to bring certain properties into compliance. C.A.O. Leidgen added that he and Mr. Stewart are working together on code enforcement activities. A discussion followed regarding the planting of Bamboo at a certain property, pending citation and enforcement actions.
CITY ATTORNEY REPORT
City Attorney John Singler reported that AT&T is finished with the latest phase of the fiber optics project. He further reported that they will not agree to a franchise agreement with small Cities.
CITY ENGINEER REPORT
CITY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REPORT
C. A. O. Leidgen updated the status of his work on the irrigation system.
OTHER NON-BUSINESS / ACTION ITEMS
Engineer Crumpton presented additional detail, with plan specs, the MSD drainage project located along the property lines of Hurstbourne County Club and homes along Colonel Anderson Parkway.
C.A.O. Leidgen reported on the upcoming City-wide Yard Sale. He also summarized the recently changed meeting format.
At 5:39 p.m. Commissioner Wagner made the motion to adjourn. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Leavell; motion carried unanimously.
Mary Masick, Mayor Jim Leidgen, C.A.O / City Clerk