MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING
OCTOBER 11, 2022
CITY OF HURSTBOURNE
200 WHITTINGTON PARKWAY
Mayor Masick called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.
C. A. O. Tyler Johnson conducted the roll call. A quorum of the Commission was present.
Present: Mary Masick, Mayor
Ben Jackson, Commissioner
Norb Hancock, Commissioner
Lois Wagner, Commissioner
Present: John Singler, City Attorney
Mike Rhodes, City Treasurer
Chris Crumpton, City Engineer
Rheba Roten, Recording Secretary
The pledge of allegiance was led by Mayor Masick.
RECOGNITION OF GUESTS
No guests were present.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
With a minor suggestion for the future writing of the Commission minutes, the September 27, 2022
minutes were presented for approval. Commissioner Jackson made a motion for approval with the
suggestion and his motion was seconded by Mayor Masick. Motion carried unanimously.
C. A. O. Tyler Johnson—Management Report
C. A. O. Tyler Johnson reported due to Commissioner Leavell’s absence on October 11, 2022 meeting, he
met with Commissioner Leavell and reviewed the September 2022 police activity report. The report
showed eight warnings and two citations for traffic violations had been issued and there were twenty-two
service calls for Blairwood.
C. A. O. Tyler Johnson stated the upstairs water fountain leak at City Hall had been repaired and the
invoice will be submitted to the Kentucky League of Cities insurance. He added that the bids for
landscaping, snow removal, mowing, and chemical supplies are being reviewed prior to going out for bid
which should occur prior to the Commission meetings October 25 or November 8, 2022.
C. A. O. Tyler Johnson reported that street paving had begun today and if weather permits the project
should be completed by October 21, 2022. He added that those residents that were affected by the paving
were sent paper notices and by Reach Alert.
Mayor Masick reminded the Commission of the Jefferson County League of Cities dinner on November
17, 2022 to be held at the Jeffersonian. The deadline is November 9, 2022 to notify the office if you plan
to attend. Also, she reported the Hurstbourne Christmas Dinner will be held on December 1, 2022, at 5:30
p.m. at the Eagles Nest located at Hurstbourne Country Club.
CODE ENFORCEMENT/SANITATION REPORT – Commissioner Hancock
Commissioner Hancock reminded the Commission there is still an ongoing golf cart violation occurring
in the City. Mr. Hancock was asked to submit the known offender’s address so they could be notified.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT REPORT –Commissioner Jackson
Commissioner Jackson reported there was interest in an office space upstairs at City Hall and the details
of the occupants and lease period were to be determined and discussed with City Attorney John Singler
prior to a written lease contract. He further discussed the current renters and their various leasing term
PUBLIC SAFETY – Commissioner Leavell
In Commissioner’s Leavell’s absence, C. A. O. Tyler Johnson gave his report earlier in the meeting.
PUBLIC WORKS—Commissioner Wagner
Commissioner Wagner deferred her report to City Engineer Chris Crumpton. Mr. Crumpton stated that
the City had received documents from the Hurstbourne Country Club for an addition which is a
foundation and structural permit. The Historic Preservation will comment when they see the application
if further information is required. He added that he and Mayor Masick have a meeting scheduled with
Hurstbourne Country Club on Wednesday, October 12, 2022.
City Engineer Crumpton reported that Whittington Parkway needs paving from Shelbyville Road to
Leesgate and he will obtain an estimate for the project. In addition, permits for the Flock cameras have
been started .
ATTORNEY’S REPORT – Attorney John Singler
Mr. Singler reported he is continuing to work on the street parking and false alarm ordinances to be
presented at the next Commission meeting.
CITY ENGINEER’S REPORT—Chris Crumpton
Mr. Crumpton had no further report.
OTHER NON-BUSINESS/ACTION ITEMS
No further actions were taken.
TREASURER’S REPORT – Treasurer Mike Rhodes
Mr. Rhodes reported that a Treasury Bill had been purchased for $500,000 through Chase Brokerage at
3.86% for six months. He added that he is researching other short-term investments for the Storm Water
At 5:07 p.m. Commissioner Jackson made the motion to adjourn. His motion was seconded by
Commissioner Wagner. Motion carried unanimously.
Mayor Mary Masick Tyler Johnson, City Clerk