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Q'f\\0 City of Troy

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
INVOCATION
AGENDA. TROY CITY COUNCIL
MONDAY. JUNE 2, 2014, 7:00P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBERS. CITY HALL
ROLL CALL Excuse Mr. Phillips
Excuse Mrs. Oda
excuses by motion/second/roll call vote
excuses by motion/second/roll call vote
SUMMARY OF MINUTES
COMMITTEE REPORTS
May 19, 2014 motion/second/roll call vote
Citizen comments on committee reports or agenda items - two minute limit
RESOLUTIONS
ORDINANCES
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0-15-2014
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0-17-2014
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0-19-2014
NONE
Release of Mortgage Lien, Scott & Lori Robinson, Take 2 Productions EMERGENCY
Bond Issue, Sanitary Sewer Improvements, relining & rehabilitation, $2,870,000 EMERGENCY
Bond Issue, Water Line Improvements, $3,985,000 EMERGENCY
Amend Zoning Code and Subdivision Regulation sections (Zoning Code - parking lot
calculation M-2/M-3 districts, using lawn for parking, outdoor storage area in M-2 district,
portable storage units; Subdivision Regs - sidewalk width)
PUBLIC HEARING 6-16-2014 ON ZONING CODE AMENDMENTS
Amend temporary sign provisions and prohibit vehicle on street for purpose of selling vehicle
Salary Ordinance for Part-time Firefighter positions
COMMUNICATIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS
COMMENTS:
COMMENTS:
COMMENTS:
COMMENTS:
ADJOURN
Mayor, Director of Public Service & Safety, Director of Law, Auditor, Council President
Council
Staff
Audience
NOTE: Committee meetings may take place prior to or following Council meeting
CITY OF TROY MISSION STATEMENT:
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Through sound and prudent leadership, the City of Troy is committed to sustaining its continued prominence as a regional
hub by providing a well-balanced community for its residents, businesses and visitors, consisting of a vibrant downtown, growing
economic base, strong educational environment, and plentiful recreational opportunities strengthened by public/private cooperation
and grounded in financial stability.
DISPOSITION OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
Date of Meeting: June 2, 2014 Troy City Counci l Meeting
DESCRIPTION RESOLUTION NO. 1ST READING 2ND READING 3RD READING PUBLIC HEARING SUSPENSION ADOPTION
   
   
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Release of Mortgage 0-14-2014
 
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Bonds - Sewer lmpr. 0-15-2014
   
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Amend Zoning Code, Sub. Regs 0-17-2014 6/16/2014
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Amend Temp Signs, Vehs. On road 0-18-2014
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Amend part time salary Ord 0-19-2014
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May 19, 2014
MINUTES OF COUNCIL
A regular session of Troy City Council was held Monday, May 19, 2014, at 7:00p.m. in Council Chambers.
Members Present: Clark, Heath, Kendall, Oda, Schweser, Snee, Tremblay and Twiss.
Upon motion of Mr. Clark, seconded by Mr. Twiss, Mr. Phillips was excused from this meeting by unanimous roll
call vote.
Presiding Officer:
Others Present:
Martha A. Baker,
Patrick Titterington,
John A. Stickel,
James R. Livingston,
President of Council
Director of Public Service and Safety
City Auditor
Director of Law
INVOCATION: An invocation was given by Council Member Clark. The Pledge of Allegiance followed the
invocation.
PRESENTATION: State Senator William Beagle presented to Mrs. Baker a proclamation in recognition of
Troy's Bicentennial. Sen. Beagle also congratulated Troy on being recognized as a National Main Street
Community.
MINUTES: The Clerk gave a summary of the minutes of the May 5, 2014, meeting of Troy City Council. There
were no corrections or additions to these minutes. A motion was made by Mr. Clark, seconded by Mr. Twiss, to
approve these minutes. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Streets & Sidewalks Committee: Mrs. Snee reported that Committee recommends legislation be prepared
authorizing bidding for the 2014 Paving Program at a cost not to exceed $695,000.
Report signed by Heath and Snee.
Utilities Committee: Mr. Tremblay, Chairman, reported as follows:
1) Committee recommends legislation be prepared authorizing bidding for two additional waterline projects
at a cost not to exceed $2,520,000.
2) Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing the Director of Public Service and Safety to enter
into an agreement with Archaea Solutions, Inc. for the trial bioaugmentation program for the Wastewater
Plant at a cost not to exceed $55,000 for 2014 and, upon evidence that the trial period has been
satisfactory, and with mutual agreement between the City and Archaea, to enter into two one-year
renewals for calendar years 2015 and 2016 at a cost not to exceed $100,000 each year.
Reports signed by Clark, Twiss and Tremblay.
CITIZEN COMMENTS: none
RESOLUTION NO. R-22-2014
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS AND ENTER INTO CONTRACTS FOR TWO WATER LINE PROJECTS
This Resolution was given first title reading.
Mr. Clark moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Tremblay.
Yes: Tremblay, Kendall, Twiss, Oda, Heath, Clark, Snee and Schweser.
No: None.
Mr. Schweser moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Kendall.
Yes: Kendall, Twiss, Oda, Heath, Clark, Snee, Schweser and Tremblay.
No: None. RESOLUTION ADOPTED
RESOLUTION NO. R-23-2014
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS AND ENTER INTO A CONTRACT FOR THE 2014 PAVING PROGRAM
This Resolution was given first title reading.
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Mr. Clark moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Tremblay.
Yes: Twiss, Oda, Heath, Clark, Snee, Schweser, Tremblay and Kendall.
No: None.
Mr. Kendall moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mrs. Snee.
Yes: Oda, Heath, Clark, Snee, Schweser, Tremblay, Kendall and Twiss.
No: None. RESOLUTION ADOPTED
RESOLUTION NO. R-24-2014
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH ARCHAEA SOLUTIONS, INC. FOR A BIOAUGMENTATION
PROGRAM FOR THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
This Resolution was given first title reading.
Mr. Tremblay moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes: Heath, Clark, Snee, Schweser, Tremblay, Kendall, Twiss and Oda.
No: None.
Mr. Kendall moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Clark.
Yes: Clark, Snee, Schweser, Tremblay, Kendall, Twiss, Oda and Heath.
No: None. RESOLUTION ADOPTED
RESOLUTION NO. R-25-2014
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO TO FILE AN APPLICATION FOR THE USE OF FY 2014 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
FUNDS
This Resolution was given first title reading.
Mr. Kendall moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Tremblay.
Yes: Snee, Schweser, Tremblay, Kendall, Twiss, Oda, Heath and Clark.
No: None.
Mr. Schweser moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes: Schweser, Tremblay, Kendall, Twiss, Oda, Heath, Clark and Snee.
No: None. RESOLUTION ADOPTED
COMMENTS OF DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY: Mr. Titterington commented that:
-City offices will be closed for Memorial Day (May 26), but refuse collection and recycling will not be delayed.
-Staff is reminding citizens that brush is to be cut, bundled or tied, and that only the regulation T -bags are to be
used for the collection of brush.
COMMENTS OF COUNCIL MEMBERS:
-Mr. Clark commented that City staff has been working to repair potholes.
AUDIENCE COMMENTS:
-A Leadership Troy Class member was introduced.
-Jim Thompson 209 Nottinghill Drive, stated he had attend the Park Board meeting as suggested regarding a
mountain bike trail, but received little information. He asked Mr. Kendall a number of questions regarding his
participation in a committee and mountain bike riding. Mr. Thompson said he also spoke with someone at 5
Rivers Metro Park about a trail in that area and was told that organization dedicates an employee to maintain
the trail and will only allow volunteers to do certain work. Mr. Kendall commented that the $10,000 grant is only
funding a study to look at different properties for a potential trail location, the study is not expected for three to
four months, and no one anticipates any work to establish a trail this year.
-Tom Fitch, 3124 Calumet Road, said he was one of the volunteers who worked on the mountain bike trail at
Duke Park over the weekend, and all volunteers had signed waivers to protect the City.
-Andy Reese, 255 Merriment Drive, commented that he feels the study related to a mountain bike trail will help
answer questions. He also commented that he has ridden such trails throughout the country, feels a trail could
provide a neat and unique opportunity for the community, and commented that he has never seen drinking or
drugs on mountain bike trails across the country.
May 19, 2014 Page Three
-Lester Conard, 1210 S. Clay Street, commented that a mountain bike trail would only lead to dope, sexual
assault and robbery and could not maintain itself. Regarding a proposal related to adding part-time firefighters,
he opposes that.
- Jennifer Knisley, 2480 Meadowpoint Drive, spoke opposing part-time firefighter positions, commenting they
would not have the same credentials, checking, and training as the full-time employees, would not be
paramedics, and feels it would be irresponsible to send someone less than a paramedic into a home to treat
someone.
There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:41p.m.
Clerk of Council President of Council
TO:
FROM:
COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Committee of the Whole
DATE: May 29, 2014
SUBJECT: REQUEST TO ESTABLISH PART TIME FIREFIGHTER/EMT POSITIONS
SUMMARY REPORT: {To be read at Council meeting)
Council met as a Committee of the Whole (with Mr. Phillips the only member absent) on May 29 to consider
adding professional part-time Firefighters/EMTs or Paramedics in the Troy Fire Department and to consider
establishing a wage for such positions. Fire Chief Boehringer made a presentation, then recommended that only
two such part-time positions should be filled at this time so that there could be a determination of how well
having the part-time staff works, and that additional part-time positions could be considered for 2015. A
number of Troy Firefighters attended the meeting, along with representatives of IAFF Local 1638. Three persons
spoke opposing the part-time position.
RECOMMENDATION: {To be read at Council meeting)
Recognizing that an amendment to the salary ordinance for City part-time staff would be needed to create the
positions and wage for Part-time Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician and Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic,
we ask that the legislation be prepared so that Council may vote on the issue. Such legislation would create the
following positions and wage for the Troy Fire Department:
Part-time Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician
Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic
Respectfully submitted:
Alan R. Clark Brock A. Heath
Robin I. Oda Bobby W. Phillips
Lynne B. Snee Douglas W. Tremblay
DETAILED REPORT:
$13.00 per hour
$14.00 per hour
Thomas M. Kendall
John W. Schweser
William C. Twiss
On May 29, 2014, Council again met as a Committee of the Whole on the subject of "Consider authorizing a
reappropriation Ordinance for the General Fund in the amount of $206,000 to add professional part-time
Firefighters/EMTs in the Troy Fire Department and to consider establishing a wage for such position." A previous
meeting was held on April 29 on the same subject.
The May 29 meeting was chaired by the Council President. With the exception of Council Member Phillips, all
members of Council attended this meeting. The meeting was also attended by Mayor Beamish, the Assistant
Director of Law, the City Auditor, the Director of Public Service and Safety, Fire Chief Boehringer, Fire Department
Command staff, Firefighter/Paramedics and representatives of the IAFF, members of the City staff, and citizens.
As background, following the workshop prior to the approval of the 2014 budget and questions related to
the unfilled, unfunded positions in the recommended budget, the Chief was asked to provide Council with a
staffing analysis.
COMMITIEE OF THE WHOLE REPORT
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Fire Chief Boehringer's comments included:
• His recommendation to maintain the 38 full time, uniformed Firefighter/Paramedic staff with no future
reduction in full time personnel. Part-time staff would not substitute or replace full-time staff, but
supplement the current level of services provided, with the part-time staff primarily supplementing staff
for firefighting.
• The Troy Fire Department continuing to respond to ambulance calls with two Paramedics is essential and
must continue. Part-time staff will not replace the Paramedics on an ambulance call, but could respond in
addition to the two Paramedics to serve as a "third pair of hands" to assist with work such as driving the
ambulance to the hospital while the paramedics attend to the party needing assistance.
• A hiring process for part-time staff will follow state law and be thorough and follow the best practices of
fire departments that use part-time staff.
• Part-time staff will have access to the same training provided to full-time staff.
• To assess how well adding part-time staff to the Troy Fire Department would work, he asks that Council
consider a gradual adding of part-time staff, by adding only two part-time staff at this time. The Chief
would create a process with the IAFF to fully evaluate this, and then additional part-time staff could be
considered in 2015. The recommended part-time positions and wage rate are:
Part-time Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician
Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic
$13.00 per hour
$14.00 per hour
The Chief noted that adding two part-time staff members during 2014 should not require a reappropriation. A
copy of the Chief's presentation is attached to this report.
Speaking in opposition to the Chief's proposal was Steve Lazarus, attorney for the IAFF Local 1638, Platoon
Commander Bill Sheafer, and a citizen (Mr. Kennedy). Mr. Lazarus' comments included legal issues and how the
current union agreement may affect the hiring of part-time staff, turnover and part-time workers not showing up,
and training costs.
Members of Council asked questions of Chief Boehringer, during which it was emphasized that the consideration
of adding part-time staff is to supplement the firefighting service, that part-time staff would not replace the
procedure of sending out an ambulance with two paramedics, and the City is not asking to replace the current
full-time staffing number with part-time staff. Mr. Titterington confirmed that initially only two part-time staff
would be added and a reappropriation would not be required.
Some members of Council commented that they were very disappointed with the misinformation that has been
distributed, and the scare tactics designed to lead citizens to believe that the plan is to provide them with a lower
level of care and services.
RECOMMENDATION:
Recognizing that an amendment to the salary ordinance for City part-time staff would be needed to create the
positions and wage for Part-time Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician and Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic,
Council asks that the legislation be prepared so that Council can vote on the issue. Such legislation would create
the following positions/wage for the Troy Fire Department:
Part-time Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician
Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic
Cc: Council, Mayor, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickle, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, media
Encl.
COMMITIEE REPORT
$13.00 per hour
$14.00 per hour
1. I'd like to remind all that City Council asked me to analyze fire staffing,
identify any deficiencies, and recommend ways to address any concerns. I
believe I did that in as comprehensive, cost effective, and objective manner as
I could.
2. I continue to stand by that recommendation, which continues to guarantee the
citizens of the City of Troy the high level of service we are proud to provide
on a daily basis.
3. As proud as I am of our great service, I am very disappointed in the
mischaracterizations made after my presentation, as well as the
misinformation that has been spread through Facebook postings, emails, and
letters to the editor.
4. I would like to stress that:
I did not nor will I support any recommendation that would reduce the number of full-
time Paramedics in our department. I believe that having two Paramedics on each
ambulance run is imperative and my recommendations reflect that. The 8 minimum staff
that we have now, made up ofFT Paramedics, would continue, even if aFT calls off sick,
is on vacation, or is otherwise unable to fill his shift.
I am recommending part-time staff to INCREASE the department's ability to be ready
for a fire, not to replace Paramedics on the ambulances. That's not to say that a part-time
FF might be on an ambulance as a third set of hands. Any Paramedic will tell you that
having that additional assistance is sometimes, though not always, necessary. Using an
EMT for that third set of hands will free up other Paramedics to be available for that next
ambulance call, which, again, improves our service and makes our citizens more and
NOT LESS safe.
Our screening process for hiring PT was also questioned and perhaps I wasn't clear
enough in my presentation. I apologize for that but I will assure City Council that our
screening process will be rigorous, thorough and will follow the best practices of other
fire departments that use PT staff. We may not do as many "tests" as we would for FT
but that's because some of those tests are required by the P & F pension system, which
PTers would not be in.
We will also follow the state laws regarding testing, screening and hiring PT based on
state requirements. That's an administrative function that we, of course, will take very
seriously. Candidates will be required to have a current CP AT (Candidate Physical
Ability Test) card. Candidates will receive a medical exam, Criminal History Check, drug
screen, CVSA, references will be required and checked, and there will be an interview
process. We will also get a driving abstract and credit information. The costs for those
tests are included in our estimates.
Questions about adequate training and familiarity have been brought up. While training
cohesively is the responsibility of both full time and part time staff, Part time employees
will have access to all Troy Fire Department training made available to the full time
employees. The part time employee has the same continuing education requirements for
their level of certification as do full time personnel. It is the responsibility of everyone to
obtain continuing education hours in order to maintain certifications. In fact, we have
had to discipline several of our FT employees in the past because certifications haven't
been maintained. It also requires communication so that individuals are comfortable with
each other as well as each employee knowing his or her limitations. This combined with
following policies and procedures will ensure we are able to respond to every incident
professionally, efficiently and most importantly, safely.
Much emphasis has been placed on the three studies submitted by the local. The
most being directed to the Piqua Study. While the Piqua study is centered on
replacing full time staff with part time employees, it does contain some interesting
points
"It is imperative to recognize that the use of part time staffing in Ohio fire departments is
wide spread and allows for budgetary savings in adding personnel." (page 5)
"When departments develop the need for additional staffing they are choosing to grow
with part time members." (page 6)
"Utilizing part time staff on top of our current staffing levels will also allow us to better
meet industry staffing recommendations and allow us to respond with larger crews who
have been proven to be more efficient." (page 52)
It's been stated that I have not provided any evidence based research to support my
claims that a part time department could work.
I made recommendations based on information obtained from extensive research that
clearly shows that combination departments work very well throughout Ohio. In fact,
cities as large as Kettering use combined departments very cost effectively. My
recommendations were also based on a study involving the Mount V emon Ohio Fire
Department. This study is an "apples to apples" study as it is focused on adding
additional part time employees to an existing full time staff. The City of Mount V em on
Ohio is a statutory city. The Mount Vernon Fire Department is currently involved in the
process of adding part time employees.
In summary, will adding PT to our complement of FT work here? As Fire Chief, I believe
it will 100%. How do we find out? As we approach the 2015 budget development cycle
soon, instead of plunging in fully all at once with an additional24 or more PT, the
Administration has discussed perhaps gradually adding PT. I would propose we start
with two part time employees (to add a part-time presence to one of the three shifts),
create the procedures with union participation, evaluate the process and then gradually
add four more PT to cover all shifts with one. Finally, in 2015 we could completely
phase in PT to add to our FT- AGAIN, NOT SUBSTITUTE FOR OR REPLACE
THEM.
I know this is a change for everyone but I stand behind my recommendations. It is the
most efficient and fiscally responsible way to increase staffing to meet our need for fire
readiness.
To entice the most qualified PT staff, I would also request that Council pass an ordinance
that not only adds a 'Part-Time Fire Fighter/EMT" wage of$13.00 but also adds a 'Part-
time Fire Fighter/Paramedic" wage of$14.00. Compared to other agencies using PT, our
rates would be very competitive and could result in more PT Paramedics being recruited.
That would only enhance further the level of service we already provide.
Thank you Madame Chair and I am available for any questions.
 
Q'(\\Q City of Troy

MEMORANDUM
TO: City Council
FROM: Martha Baker, President of Council
DATE: May 27,2014
SUBJECT: RELEASE OF MORTGAGE LIEN
Martha A. Baker
President of Council
100 S. Market Street
P 0 Box 3003
Troy, Ohio 45373
www.troyohio.gov
martha.baker@troyohio.gov
Attached is a communication advising that a loan in the amount of $75,000 made in 2006 to Take 2
Productions, Inc. has been paid in full and the mortgage lien associated with the loan needs to be
released.
Loans that have been made from City loan funds over the past four years have included a provision in
the legislation that when the loan is paid in full the release of the mortgage is authorized without further
legislative action so that the release of the mortgage can be handled without delay. Older loans did not
include that provision, so as loans have been repaid, a committee has met to provide a
recommendation. Starting in 2011, after review with members of the Finance Committee, I suggested
that as a routine procedure, when one of the older loans is paid off, the legislation for the release of a
mortgage lien is then prepared without any further committee review. A memo would be provided to
Council explaining that the loan has been paid and the release of the mortgage lien needs to be
approved.
Therefore, for the next meeting, there will be legislation authorizing the release of the mortgage lien on
the property at 528 Trade Square West related to the loan to Take 2 Productions, Inc. So that the lien can
be released without delay, this would be emergency legislation.
This loan was from the Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund (ED RLF). The loan payments and
payoff have been re-paid into the ED RLF fund to be available for other qualifying loan applicants.
These loans are a positive reflection on the value of the loan programs to the City and to the
property /business owners.
Please advise if you have any questions about this.
encl.
cc: Mayor Beamish
Mr. Titterington
Mr. Livingston
Mr. Dando
Mr. Harris
INTERDEPARTMENTAL CORRESPONDENCE
Date: May 27,2014
To: Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety
From: Gregg Harris, Assistant Development Director
cc: Jim Livingston, Law Director
Jim Dando, Development Director
Sue Knight, Clerk of Council
RE: Release of Mortgage Lien on 528 Trade Square West; owners Scott and Lori Robinson
Please ask City Council to consider passage of legislation that would authorize you as Director of Public
Service and Safety to sign a Release of Mortgage document on the residential property of 528 Trade
Square West, Troy, Ohio.
The city was recently paid in full for the loan to Take 2 Productions, Inc., which is owned by Scott and
Lori Robinson. A release of the mortgage held as security is now appropriate. This release of a mortgage
can be done only through action of the Troy City Council.
A loan of $75,000 was made on July 6, 2006 to Take 2 Productions, Inc. from the city Economic
Development Revolving Loan Fund for the purchase of equipment. Take 2 Productions, Inc. provides
video services to small businesses in areas of advertising, funeral services, sports recruitment and job
training. The EDRLF loan was part of a larger blended finance acquisition project with a local bank, in
which the Robinsons became new owners of a three-year old business. Although the video service
industry was hit hard by the economy affecting job creation, the Robinsons have successfully continued to
operate the business this past eight years located at the former Stouder Hospital on Wayne Street. The
city revolving loan program has contributed to the success of this locally owned business.
The recorded mortgage on 528 Trade Square West, Troy, Ohio is found in Volume 1729, Page 107.
CITY OF TROY, OHIO
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ORDINANCE RELEASING MORTGAGE LIEN FOR SCOTT
E. AND LORI K. ROBINSON AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY
WHEREAS, the City of Troy received a mortgage on a property located 528
Trade Square West, Troy, Ohio 45373 in the year 2006 as security for loan to Take 2
Productions, Inc., and
WHEREAS, such loan has been paid off, and the City no longer has an
interest in the real estate,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy,
Ohio as follows:
SECTION 1: That the Director of Publi c Service and Safety is hereby
authorized to execute any documents necessary for the release and cancellation of the
mortgage dated July 6, 2006, from Scott E. and Lori K. Robinson to the City of Troy,
Ohio, and recorded July 18, 2006 in Mortgage Volume 1729, Page 107, Miami County
Mortgage Records.
SECTION II : That the Law Director is hereby authorized and directed to
cause the recording of any documents, to take any other action necessary, and to see
that such release is properly filed and recorded.
SECTION Ill: That this Ordinance is an emergency measure necessary for
the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety of the City of Troy,
Ohio, and for the further reason that there is no reason for the lien to remain on the
owner's property, NOW WHEREFORE, this Ordinance shall be effective immediately
upon its adoption and approval by the Mayor.
Adopted:
President of Council
Approved:
Attest:
Clerk of Council Mayor
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AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF
BONDS IN THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $2.870,000 FOR
THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE COSTS OF IMPROVING THE
MUNICIPAL SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM. INCLUDING BY LINING
EXISTING SANITARY SEWER LINES AND MANHOLES. TOGETHER
WITH ALL INCIDENTAL WORK AND RELATED APPURTENANCES
THERETO. AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, this Council has requested that the City Auditor, as fiscal officer of this City,
certify the estimated life or period of usefulness of the Improvement described in Section II and
the maximum maturity of the Bonds described in Section II; and
WHEREAS, the City Auditor has certified to this Council that the estimated life or period
of usefulness of the Improvement is at least five (5) years and that the maximum maturity of the
Bonds is thirty (30) years;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Miami
County, Ohio, that:
SECTION I. Definitions and Interpretation. In addition to the words and terms
elsewhere defined in this Ordinance, unless the context or use clearly indicates another or
different meaning or intent:
"Authorized Denominations" means the denomination of $5,000 or any integral multiple
in excess thereof.
"Bond Proceedings" means, collectively, this Ordinance, the Certificate of Award, the
Continuing Disclosure Agreement, the Purchase Agreement, the Registrar Agreement, and
such other proceedings of the City, including the Bonds, that provide collectively for, among
other things, the rights of holders and beneficial owners of the Bonds.
"Bond Register' means all books and records necessary for the registration, exchange
and transfer of Bonds as provided in Section V.
"Bond Registrar' means a bank or trust company authorized to do business in the State
of Ohio and designated by the City Auditor in the Certificate of Award pursuant to Section IV as
the initial authenticating agent, bond registrar, transfer agent and paying agent for the Bonds
under the Registrar Agreement and until a successor Bond Registrar shall have become such
pursuant to the provisions of the Registrar Agreement and, thereafter, "Bond Registrar' shall
mean the successor Bond Registrar.
"Bonds" means, collectively, the Serial Bonds and the Term Bonds, each as is
designated as such in the Certificate of Award.
"Book entry form" or "book entry system" means a form or system under which (a) the
ownership of beneficial interests in the Bonds and the principal of and interest on the Bonds
may be transferred only through a book entry, and (b) physical Bond certificates in fully
registered form are issued by the City and payable only to a Depository or its nominee as
registered owner, with the certificates deposited with and "immobilized" in the custody of the
Depository or its designated agent for that purpose. The book entry maintained by others than
the City is the record that identifies the owners of beneficial interests in the Bonds and that
principal and interest.
"Certificate of Award' means the certificate authorized by Section VI, to be executed by
the City Auditor, setting forth and determining those terms or other matters pertaining to the
Bonds and their issuance, sale and delivery as this Ordinance requires or authorizes to be set
forth or determined therein.
"Closing Date" means the date of physical delivery of, and payment of the purchase
price for, the Bonds.
"Code" means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, the Regulations (whether temporary
or final) under that Code or the statutory predecessor of that Code, and any amendments of, or
successor provisions to, the foregoing and any official rulings, announcements, notices,
procedures and judicial determinations regarding any of the foregoing, all as and to the extent
applicable. Unless otherwise indicated, reference to a Section of the Code includes any
applicable successor section or provision and such applicable Regulations, rulings,
announcements, notices, procedures and determinations pertinent to that Section.
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"Continuing Disclosure Agreemenf' means the Continuing Disclosure Agreement which
shall constitute the continuing disclosure agreement made by the City for the benefit of the
holders and beneficial owners of the Bonds in accordance with the Rule, as it may be modified
from the form on file with the Clerk of Council and executed by the Mayor and the City Auditor,
all in accordance with Section IX( c).
"Depository" means any securities depository that is a clearing agency under federal law
operating and maintaining, with its Participants or otherwise, a book entry system to record
ownership of beneficial interests in Bonds or the principal of and interest on Bonds, and to effect
transfers of Bonds, in book entry form, and includes and means initially The Depository Trust
Company (a limited purpose trust company), New York, New York.
"Financing Costs" shall have the meaning given in Section 133.01 of the Ohio Revised
Code.
"Interest Payment Dates" means June 1 and December 1 of each year that the Bonds
are outstanding, commencing on the date specified in the Certificate of Award.
"Mandatory Redemption Date" shall have the meaning set forth in Section lll(b).
"Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements" shall have the meaning set forth in
Section lll(e)(i).
"Original Purchaser' means the purchaser of the Bonds specified in the Certificate of
Award.
"Participant means any participant contracting with a Depository under a book entry
system and includes securities brokers and dealers, banks and trust companies, and clearing
corporations.
"Principal Payment Dates" means December 1 in each of the years from and including
2014 to and including 2043; provided that the first Principal Payment Date may be deferred up
to one year and the last Principal Payment Date may be advanced or deferred by such number
of years as determined by the City Auditor in the Certificate of Award in such manner as to be in
the best interest of and financially advantageous to the City; provided, further, that in no case
shall the final Principal Payment Date of the Bonds exceed the maximum maturity limitation
referred to in the preambles hereto.
"Pu;chase Agreemenf' means the Bond Purchase Agreement between the City and the
Original Purchaser! as it may be modified from the form on file with the Clerk of Council and
executed by the Mayor and the City Auditor, all in accordance with Section VI.
"Registrar Agreemenf' means the Bond Registrar Agreement between the City and the
Bond Registrar, as it may be modified from the form on file with the Clerk of Council and
executed by the Mayor and the City Auditor, all in accordance with Section IV.
"Regulations" means Treasury Regulations issued pursuant to the Code or to the
statutory predecessor of the Code.
"Rule" means Rule 15c2-1 2 prescribed by the SEC pursuant to the Securities Exchange
Act of 1934.
"SEC" means the Securities and Exchange Commission.
"Serial Bonds" means those Bonds designated as such and maturing on the dates set
forth in the Certificate of Award, bearing interest payable on each Interest Payment Date and
not subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption.
"Term Bonds" means those Bonds designated as such and maturing on the date or
dates set forth in the Certificate of Award, bearing interest payable on each Interest Payment
Date and subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption.
The captions and headings in this Ordinance are solely for convenience of reference and
in no way define, limit or describe the scope or intent of any Sections, subsections, paragraphs,
subparagraphs or clauses hereof. Reference to a Section means a section of this Ordinance
unless otherwise indicated.
SECTION II . Authorized Principal Amount and Purpose: Application of Proceeds. This
Council determines that it is necessary and in the best interest of the City to issue bonds of this
City in the maximum principal amount of $2,870,000 (the "Bonds") for the purpose of paying the
costs of improving the municipal sanitary sewer system, including by lining existing  
sewer lines and manholes, together with all incidental work and related appurtenances thereto
(the "lmprovemenf') . The Bonds shall be issued pursuant to Chapter 133 of the Ohio Revised
Code, this Ordinance and the Certificate of Award.
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The aggregate principal amount of Bonds to be issued shall notexceed the maximum
principal amount specified in this Section and shall be an amount determined by the City Auditor
in the Certificate of Award to be the aggregate principal amount of Bonds that is required to be
issued at this time for the purpose stated in this Section, taking into account the costs of the
Improvement, estimates of the Financing Costs and the interest rates on the Bonds.
The proceeds from the sale of the Bonds received by the City (or withheld by the
Original Purchaser on behalf of the City) shall be paid into the proper fund or funds, and those
proceeds are hereby appropriated and shall be used for the purpose for which the Bonds are
being issued, including without limitation but only to the extent not paid by others, the payment
of the costs of issuing and servicing the Bonds, printing and delivery of the Bonds, legal
services including obtaining the approving legal opinion of bond counsel, fees and expenses of
any financial advisor, paying agent and rating agency, any fees or premiums relating to
municipal bond insurance or other security arrangements determined necessary by the City
Auditor, and all other Financing Costs and costs incurred incidental to those purposes. The
Certificate of Award and the Purchase Agreement may authorize the Original Purchaser to
withhold certain proceeds from the purchase price of the Bonds to provide for the payment of
Financing Costs related to the Bonds on behalf of the City. Any portion of those proceeds
received by the City representing premium (after payment of any Financing Costs identified in
the Certificate of Award and the Purchase Agreement) and any portion of those proceeds
received by the City representing accrued interest shall be paid into the Bond Retirement Fund.
SECTION Ill. Denominations· Dating· Principal and Interest Payment and Redemption
Provisions. The Bonds shall be issued in one lot and only as fully registered bonds, in
Authorized Denominations, but in no case as to a particular maturity date exceeding the
principal amount maturing on that date. The Bonds shall be dated as provided in the Certificate
of Award, provided that their dated date shall not be more than sixty (60) days prior to the
Closing Date.
(a) Interest Rates and Payment Dates. The Bonds shall bear interest at the rate or
rates per year (computed on the basis of a 360-day year consisting of twelve 30-day months)as
shall be determined by the City Auditor, subject to subsection (c) of this Section, in ttie
Certificate of Award. Interest on the Bonds shall be payable at such rate or rates on the Interest
Payment Dates until the principal amount has been paid or provided for. The Bonds shall bear
interest from the most recent date to which interest has been paid or provided for or, if no
interest has be.en.paid or provided for, from their date.
(b) Principal Payment Schedule. The Bonds shall mature or be payable pursuant to
Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements on the Principal Payment Dates in principal
amounts as shall be determined by the City Auditor, subject to subsection (c) of this Section, in
the Certificate of Award, which determination shall be in the best interest of and financially
advantageous to the City.
Consistent with the foregoing and in accordance with the determination of the best
interest of and financial advantages to the City, the City Auditor shall specify in the Certificate of
Award (i) the aggregate principal amount of Bonds to be issued as Serial Bonds, the Principal
Payment Date or Dates on which those Bonds shall be stated to mature and the principal
amount thereof that shall be stated to mature on each such Principal Payment Date and (ii) the
aggregate principal amount of Bonds to be issued as Term Bonds, the Principal Payment Date
or Dates on which those Bonds shall be stated to mature, the principal amount thereof that shall
be stated to mature on each such Principal Payment Date, the Principal Payment Date or Dates
on which Term Bonds shall be subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption (each a
"Mandatory Redemption Date") and the principal amount thereof that shall be payable pursuant
to Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements on each Mandatory Redemption Date.
(c) Conditions for Establishment of Interest Rates and Principal Payment Dates .and
Amounts. The rate or rates of interest per year to be borne by the Bonds, and the principal
amount of Bonds maturing or payable pursuant to Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements on each Principal Payment Date, shall be such that the total principal and interest
payments on the Bonds in any fiscal year in which principal is payable is not more than three
times the amount of those payments in any other fiscal year. The net interest cost for the Bonds
determined by taking into account the respective principal amounts of the Bonds and terms to
maturity or Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements of those principal amounts of
Bonds shall not exceed 6.00%.
(d) Payment of Debt Charges. The debt charges on the Bonds shall be payable in
lawful money of the United States of America without deduction for the services of the Bond
Registrar as paying agent. Principal of and any premium on the Bonds shall be payablewhen
due upon presentation and surrender of the Bonds at the designated corporate trust office of the
Bond Registrar. . Interest on a Bond shall be paid by the Bond Registrar on each Interest
Payment Date by check or draft mailed to the person in whose name the Bond was registered,
and to that person's address appearing, on the Bond Register at the close of business on the
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h day of the calendar month next preceding that Interest Payment Date. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, if and so long as the Bonds are issued in a book entry system, principal of and
interest and any premium on the Bonds shall be payable in the manner provided in any
agreement entered into by the City Auditor, in the name and on behalf of the City, in connection
with the book entry system.
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(e) Redemption Provisions. The Bonds shall be subject to redemption prior to stated
maturity as follows:
(i) Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption of Term Bonds. If any of the Bonds
are issued as Term Bonds, the Term Bonds shall be subject to mandatory redemption in
part by lot and _ be redeemed pursuant to mandatory sinking fund· redemption
requirements, at a redemption price of 100% of the principal amount redeemed, plus
accrued interestto the redemption date, on the applicable Mandatory Redemption Dates
and in the principal amounts payable on those Dates, for which provision is made in_the
Certificate of Award (such Dates and amounts being referred to as the "Mandatory
Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements") .
The aggregate of the moneys to be deposited with the Bond Registrar for
payment of principal of and interest on any Term Bonds on each Mandatory Redemption
Date shall include an amount sufficient to redeem on that Date the principal amount of
Term Bonds payable on that Date pursuant to the Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements (less the amount of any credit as hereinafter provided). ·
The City shall have the option to deliver to the Bond Registrar for cancell'ation
Term Bonds in any aggregate principal amount and to receive a credit against the then
current or any subsequent Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement (and
corresponding mandatory redemption obligation) of the City, as specified by the City
Auditor, for Term Bonds stated to mature on the same Principal Payment Date and
bearing interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so. delivered. That option shall ,be
exercised by the City on or before the 45th day preceding any Mandatory Redemption
Date with respect to which the City wishes to obtain a credit, by furnishing the Bond
Registrar a certificate, signed by the City Auditor, setting forth the extent of the credit to
be applied with. respect to the then current or any subsequent Mandatory Sinking Fund
Redemption Requirement for Term Bonds stated to mature on the same Princip;:tl
Payment Date and bearing interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so delivered. If
the certificate is not timely furnished to the Bond Registrar, the current Mandatory
Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement (and corresponding mandatory redemption
obligation) shall not be reduced. A credit against the then current or any subsequent
Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement (and corresponding mandatory
redemption obligation), as specified by the City Auditor, also shall be received by the
City for any Term Bonds which prior thereto have been redeemed (other than through
the operation of the applicable Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements) or
purchased for cancellation and canceled by the Bond Registrar, to the extent not applied
theretofore as a credit against any Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement,
for Term Bonds stated to mature on the same Principal Payment Date and bearing
interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so delivered, redeemed or purchased and
canceled.
Each Term Bond so delivered, or previously redeemed, or purchased and
canceled, shall be credited by the Bond Registrar at 100% of the principal amount
thereof against the then current or subsequent Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements (and corresponding mandatory redemption obligations), as specified by
the City Auditor, for Term Bonds stated to mature on the same Principal Payment Date
and bearing interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so delivered, redeemed or
purchased and canceled.
(ii) Optional Redemption. The Bonds of the maturities and interest rates
specified in the Certificate of Award (if any are so specified) shall be subject to optional
redemption by and at the sole option of the City, in whole or in part in integral multiples
of $5,000, on the dates and at the redemption prices (expressed as a percentage of the
principal amount to be redeemed), plus accrued interest to the redemption date, to be
determined by the City Auditor in the Certificate of Award, provided that the redemption
price for any optional redemption date shall not be greater than .103%.
If optional redemption of Term Bonds. at a redemption price exceeding 100% of
the principal amount to be redeemed is to take place as of any Mandatory Redemption
Date applicable to those Term Bonds, the Term Bonds, or portions thereof, to be
redeemed optionally shall be selected by lot prior to the selection by lot of the Term
Bonds of the same maturity (and interest rate within a maturity if applicable) to be
redeemed on the same date by operation of. the Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements. Bonds to be redeemed pursuant to this paragraph shall be redeemed
only upon written notice from the City Auditor to the Bond Registrar, given upon the
direction of the City by passage of an ordinance or adoption of a resolution. That notice
shall specify the redemption date and the principal amount of each maturity (and interest
rate within a maturity if applicable) of Bonds to be redeemed, and shall be given at least
45 days prior to the redemption date or such shorter period as shall be acceptable to the
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(iii) Partial Redemption. If fewer than all of the outstanding Bonds are called
for optional redempti on at one time and Bonds of more than one maturity (or interest rate
within a maturity if applicable) are then outstanding, the Bonds that are called shall be
Bonds of the maturity or maturities and interest rate or rates selected by the City. If
fewer than all of the Bonds of a single maturity (or interest rate within a maturity if
applicable) are to be redeemed, the selection of Bonds of that maturity (or interest rate
within a maturity if appl icable) to be redeemed, or portions thereof in amounts of $5,000
or any integral multiple thereof, shall be made by the Bond Registrar by lot in a manner
determined by the Bond Registrar. In the case of a partial redemption of Bonds by lot
when Bonds of denominations greater than $5,000 are then outstanding, each $5,000
unit of principal thereof shall be treated as if it were a separate Bond of the denomination
of $5,000. If it is determined that one or more, but not all , of the $5,000 units of principal
amount represented by a Bond are to be called for redemption, then, upon notice of
redemption of a $5,000 unit or units, the registered owner of that Bond shall surrender
the Bond to the Bond Registrar (A) for payment of the redemption price of the $5,000
unit or units of principal amount called for redemption (including, without limitation; the
interest accrued to the date fixed for redemption and any premium), and (B) for
issuance, without charge to the registered owner, of a new Bond or Bonds of any
Authorized Denomination or Denominations in an aggregate principal amount equal to
the unmatured and unredeemed portion of, and bearing interest at the same rate and
maturing on the same date as, the Bond surrendered.
(iv) Notice of Redemption. The noti ce of the call for redemption of Bonds
shall identify (A) by designation, letters, numbers or other distinguishing marks, the
Bonds or portions thereof to be redeemed, (B) the redemption price to be paid, (C) t he
date fixed for redemption, and (D) the place or places where the amounts due upon
redemption are payable. The notice shall be given by the Bond Registrar on behalf of
the City by mailing a copy of the redemption notice by first-class mail, postage prepaid,
at least 30 days prior to the date fixed for redemption, to the registered owner of each
Bond subject to redemption in whole or in part at the registered owner's address shown
on the Bond Register maintained by the Bond Registrar at the close of business on the
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h day preceding that mailing. Failure to receive notice by mail or any defect in that
noti ce regarding any Bond, however, shall not affect the validity of the proceedings for
the redemption of any Bond.
(v) Payment of Redeemed Bonds. In the event that notice of redemption
shall have been given by the Bond Registrar to the registered owners as provided
above, there shall be deposited with the Bond Registrar on or prior to the redemption
date, moneys that; in addition to any other moneys available therefor and held by the
Bond Registrar, will be sufficient to redeem at the redemption price thereof, plus accrued
interest to . the redemption date, all of the redeemable Bonds for which notice of
redemption has been given. Notice having been mailed in the manner provided in the
preceding paragraph hereof, the Bonds and portions thereof called for redemption .shall
become due and payable on the redemption date,. and, subject to .the provisions of
Sections ll l(d) and V, upon presentation and surrender thereof atthe place or places
specified in that notice, shall be paid at the redemption price, plus accrued interest to the
redemption date. If moneys for the redemption of all of the Bonds and portions thereof
to be redeemed,.together with accrued interest thereon to the redemption date, are held
by the Bond Registrar on the redemption date, so as to be available therefor on that -date·
and, if notice of! redemption has been deposited in the mail as aforesaid, then from and
after the redemption date those Bonds and portions thereof called for redemption shall ·
cease to bear interest and no longer shall be considered to be outstanding. ·If those
moneys shall not be so available on the redemption date, or that notice shall not have
been deposited .in the mail as aforesaid, .those Bonds and portions thereof shall continue
to bear interest, until they are paid, at the same rate as they would have borne had they
not ·been called for redemption. All moneys held by the Bond Registrar for the
redemption of particular Bonds shall be held in trust for the account of the registered
owners thereof and shall be paid to. them, respectively, .upon presentation and surrender
of those Bonds, provided that any interest earned on the moneys so held by the Bond
Registrar shall be. for the account of..and paid to the City to the extent not required for the
payment of the Bonds called for redemption.
SECTION IV. Execution and Authentication of Bonds: Appointment of Bond Registrar.
The Bonds shall be signed by the Mayor and the City Auditor, in the name of the City and in
their official capacities; provided that either or both of those signatures may be a facsimile. The
Bonds shall be issued in the Authorized Denominations and numbers as requested by the
Original Purchaser and approved by the City Auditor, shall be numbered as determined by the
City Auditor in order to distinguish each Bond from any other Bond, and shall express upon their
faces the purpose, in summary terms, for which they are issued and that they are issued
pursuant to Chapter 133 of the Ohio Revised Code, this Ordinance and the Certificate of Award.
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The City Auditor is hereby authorized to designate in the Certificate of Award a bank or
trust company authorized to do business in the State of Ohio to act as the .initial Bond Registrar.
The Mayor and the City Auditor shall sign and deliver, in the name and on behalf of the City, the
Registrar Agreement between the City and the Bond Registrar, in substantially the form as is
now on file with the Clerk of Council. The Registrar Agreement is approved, together with any
changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this Ordinance and not substantially
adverse to the City and that are approved by the Mayor and the City Auditor on behalf of the
City, all of which shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the Registrar Agreement or
amendments thereto. The City Auditor shall provide for the payment of the services rendered
and for reimbursement of expenses incurred pursuant to the Registrar Agreement, except to the
extent paid or reimbursed by the Original Purchaser in accordance with the Certificate. of AwaJ.d
and the Purchase Agreement, from the proceeds of .the Bonds to the extent available and then
from other money lawfully. available and appropriated or to be appropriated for that purpose. '·
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No Bond shall be valid. or obligatory for any purpose or shall be entitled to any security or
benefit under the Bond Proceedings unless and until the certificate of authentication printed on
the Bond is signed by the Bond Registrar as authenticating agent. Authentication by the Bond
Registrar shall be conclusive evidence that the Bond so authenticated has been duly issued,
signed and delivered under, and is entitled to the security and benefit of, the Bond Proceedings.
The certificate of authentication may be signed by any authorized officer or employee of the
Bond Registrar or by any other person acting as an agent of the Bond Registrar and approved
by the City Auditor on behalf of the City. The same person need not sign the certificate of
authentication on all of the Bonds.
SECTION V. Registration: Transfer and Exchange: Book Entrv System.
(a) Bond Register. So long as any of the Bonds remain outstanding, the City will
cause the Bond Registrar to maintain and keep the Bond Register at its designated corporate
trust office. Subject to the provisions of Sections lll(d) and IX(c), the person in whose name a
Bond is registered on the Bond Register shall be regarded as the absolute owner of that Bond
for all purposes of the Bond Proceedings. Payment of or on account of the debt charges on any
Bond shall be made only to or upon the order of that person; neither the City nor the Bond
Registrar shall be affected by any notice to the contrary, but the registration may be changed as
provided in this Section. All such payments shall be valid and effectual to satisfy and discharge
the City's liability upon the Bond, including interest, to the extent of the amount or amounts so
paid.
{b) Transfer and Exchange. Any Bond may be exchanged for Bonds of any
Authorized Denomination upon presentation and surrender at the designated corporate trust
office of the Bond Registrar, together with a request for exchange signed by the registered
owner or by a person legally empowered to do so in a form satisfactory to the Bond Registrar.
A Bond may be transferred only on the Bond Register upon presentation and surrender of the
Bond at the designated corporate trust office of the Bond Registrar together with an assignment
signed by the registered owner or by a person legally empowered to do so in a form satisfactory
to the Bond Registrar; Upon exchange . or transfer the Bond Registrar shall complete,
authenticate and deliver a . new Bond or Bonds of any Authorized Denomination or
Denominations requested by the owner equal in the aggregate to . the unmatured principal
amount of the Bond surrendered and bearing interest. at the same rate and maturing on the
same date,
If manual signatures on behalf oL the City   ~ e required, the -Bond Registrar shall
undertake the exchange or transfer of Bonds only after the new Bonds are signed by ,the
authorized officers of the City. In all cases of Bonds exchanged or transferred, the City shall
sign and the Bond Registrar shall authenticate and del_iver Bonds in accordance with trye
provisions of the Bond Proceedings. The exchange or transfer shall be without charge to tbe
owner, except that the City and Bond Registrar may make a charge sufficient to reimburse them
for any tax or other governmental charge required to be paid with respect to the exchange or
transfer. The City or the Bond Registrar may require that those charges, if any, be paid before
the procedure is begun for the exchange or transfer. All Bonds issued and authenticated upon
any exchange or transfer shall be valid obligations of the City, evidencing the same debt, and
entitled to the same security and benefit under the Bond Proceedings as the Bonds surrendered
upon that exchange or transfer. Neither the City nor the Bond Registrar shall be required to
make any exchange or transfer of (i) Bonds then subject to call for redemption between the 15th
day preceding the mailing of notice of Bonds to be redeemed and the date of that mailing, or
(ii) any Bond selected for redemption, in whole or in part.
(c) Book Entry System. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Ordinance, if
the City Auditor determines in the Certificate of Award that it is in the best interest of and
financially advantageous to the City, the Bonds may be issued in book entry form in accordance
with the following provisions of this Section.
The Bonds may be issued to a Depository for use in a book entry system and, if and as
long as a book entry system is utilized: (i) the Bonds may be issued in the form of a single, fully
registered Bond representing each maturity, and, if applicable, each interest rate within a
maturity, and registered in the name of the Depository or its nominee, as registered owner, and
immobilized in the custody of the Depository or its designated agent for that purpose, which may
be the Bond Registrar; (ii) the beneficial owners of Bonds in book entry form shall have no right
to receive Bonds in the form of physical securities or certificates; (iii) ownership of beneficial
interests in book entry form shall be shown by book entry on the system maintained and
operated by the Depository and its Participants, and transfers of the ownership of beneficial
interests shall be made only by book entry by the Depository and its Participants; and (iv) the
Bonds as such shall not be transferable or exchangeable, except for transfer to. another
Depository or toanother hominee of a Depository, without further action by the City .
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If any Depository determines not to continue to act as a DepositorY for the Bonds for use
in a book entry system, the City Auditor may attempt to establish a securities depository/book
entry relationship with another qualified Depository. If the City Auditor does not or is unable to
do so, the City Auditor, after making provision for notification of the beneficial owners by the
then Depository and any other arrangements deemed necessary, shall permit withdrawal of the
Bonds from the Depository, and shall cause Bond certificates in registered form and Authorized
Denominations to be authenticated by the Bond Registrar and delivered to the assignees of the
Depository or its nomin(;le, all at the cost and expense (including any costs of printing},. if
event is not the result of the City action or inaction, of those persons requesting such issuance.
The City Auditor is hereby authorized and directed, to the extent necessary or required,
to enter into any agreements, in the name and on behalf of the City, that the City Auditor
determines to be necessary in connection with a book entry system for the Bonds.
SECTION VI ._ Sale . of the· Bonds to the -Original -Purchaser. The City Auditor i.s
authorized to sell the Bonds at private sale to the Original Purchaser at a purchase price, i l)ot
less than 97% of the principal amount thereof, as shall be determined by the city
Auditor in the Certificate of Award, plus accrued interest (if any) on the Bonds from their date. to
the Closing Date, and shall be awarded by the City Auditor with and upon such other terms as
are reqljired . or authorized_ by this Ordinance to be specified in the Certificate of Award, _in
accordance with law and the provisions of this Ordinance arid the Purchase Agreement. The
City Auditor is authorized, if it is determined to be in the best interest of the City, to combine the
issue of Bonds with one or more other bond issues of the City into a consolidated bond issue
pursuanl to Sectior 133.30(B) of the Ohio Revised Code in which case a single Certificate. Qf
Award may be utilized for the consolidated· bond issue if appropriate and consistent with _the
terms of this Ordinance. .
The City· Auditor shall sign and deliver the Certificate of · Award and shall cause the
Bonds to be prepared and signed and delivered, together with a true transcript of proceedings
with reference to the issuance of the Bonds, to the Original Purchaser upon payment of the
purchase price.
The Mayor and the City Auditor shall sign and deliver, in the and on behalf of the
City, the Purchase Agreement between the City and the Original Purchaser, in substantially the
form as is now on file with the Clerk of Council, providing for the sale to, and the purchase by,
the Original Purchaser of the Bonds. The Purchase Agreement is approved, together .with any
changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this Ordinance and not substantially
adverse to the City and that are approved by the Mayor and the City Auditor on behalf of the
City, all of which shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the Purchase Agreement or
amendments thereto.
The Mayor, the City Auditor, the Director of Law, the Clerk of Council and other City
officials, as appropriate, each are authorized and directed to sign any transcript certificates,
financial statements and other documents and instruments. and to take such actions as are
necessary or appropriate to consummate the transactions contemplated by this Ordinance.
SECTION VII. Provisions for Tax Levv. There shallbe levied on all the t9xable property
in the City, in addition to all other taxes, a direct tax annually during the period the Borids are
outstanding in an amount sufficient to pay the debt charges on the Bonds when due, which tax
shall not be less than the interest and sinking func:J tax reql)ired by Section 11_ of Article XII of the
Ohio The tax shall, be within the tencmilllimitation imposed by law, shall be anc;f is
ordered computed; certified, levied and extended upon the _tax duplicate and collected by the
same officers, in the same manner and at the same time that taxes for general purp.oses for
each of those years are certified, levied, extended and collected, and shall be placed before and
in preference to all other items and for the full amount thereof: The proceeds of the tax levy
shall be placed in the Bond Retirement Fund, which is irrevocably pledged for the payment of
the debt charges on the Bonds when and as the same fall due.
111 each year to the extent net revenues from the municipal sanitary sewer system are
available for the payment of the debt charges on the Bonds and are appropriated for tb_at
purpose, · the amount of the tax shall be reduced by the amount of such net revenues 'so
available and appropriated. ·
In each year to the extent receipts from the municipal income tax are available for the
payment of the debt charges on the Bonds and are appropriated for that purpose, and to the
extent not paid from net revenues of the municipal sanitary sewer system, the amount of the tax
shall be reduced by the amount of such receipts so available and appropriated in compliance
with the following covenant. To the extent necessary, the debt charges on the Bo11ds shall be
paid from municipal income taxes lawfully available therefor under the Constitution and the laws
of the State of Ohio; and the City hereby covenants, subject and pursuant to such authority,
including particularly Section 133.05(B)(7) of the Ohio Revised Code, to appropriate annually
from such municipal income taxes such · amount as is necessary to meet such annual debt
charges.
Nothing in the two preceding paragraphs in any way diminishes the irrevocable pledge of
the full faith and credit and general property taxing power of the City to the prompt payment of
the debt charges on the Bonds.
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SECTI ON VIII. Federal Tax Considerations. The City covenants that it will use, and will
restrict the use and investment of, the proceeds of the Bonds in such manner and to such extent
as may be necessary so that (a) the Bonds will not (i) constitute private activity bonds or
arbitrage bonds under Sections 141 or 148 of the Code or (ii) be treated other than as bonds tl:le
interest on which is excluded from gross income under Section 103 of the Code, and (b) the
interest on the Bonds will not be an item of tax preference under Section 57 of the Code ..
The City further covenants that (a) it will take or cause to be taken ~ u c h actions that may
be required of it for the interest on the Bonds to be and remain excluded from gross income fqr
federal income tax purposes, (b) it will not take or authorize to be taken any actions that would
adversely affect that exclusion, and (c) it, or persons acting for it, will, among other acts -of
compliance, (i) apply the proceeds of the Bonds to the governmental purpose of the borrowing,
(ii) restrict the yield on iiwestment property, (iii) make timely and adequate payments to t h ~
federal government, (iv} maintain books and records and make calculations and reports and(v)
refrain from certain uses of those proceeds, and, as applicable, of property financed with su<;:h
proceeds, all in such . manner and to the extent necessary to assure such exclusion of thi;it
interest under the Code.
The City Auditor or any other officer of the City having responsibility for issuance of the
Bonds is hereby authorized (a) to make or effect any election, selection, designation, choice,
consent, approval, or waiver on behalf of the City with respect to the Bonds as th.e City is
permitted to or required to make or give under the federal income tax laws, including, without
limitation thereto, any of the elections available under Section 148 of the Code, for the purpose
of assuring, enhancing or protecting favorable tax treatment or status of the Bonds or interest
thereon or assisting compliance with requirements for that purpose, reducing the burden or
expense of such compliance, reducing the rebate amount or payments or penalties with respect
to the Bonds, or making payments of special amounts in lieu of making computations to
determine, or paying, excess earnings as rebate, or obviating those amounts or payments with
respectto the Bonds; which action shall be in writing and signed by the officer, (b).to take .any
and all other actions, make or obtain calculations, make payments, and make or give reports,
covenants · and certifications of and on behalf of the City, as may be appropriate to assure the
exclusion ofinterestfrom gross income and the intended tax status of the Bonds, and (c) to give
one or more appropriate certificates of the City, for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings for
the Bonds, setting forth the reasonable expectations of the City regarding the amount and use
of all the proceeds of the Bonds, the facts, circumstances and estimates on which they are
based, and other facts· and circumstances relevant to the tax treatment of the interest on and
the tax status of the Bonds. T he City Auditor or any other officer of the City having responsibility
for issuance of the Bonds is specifically authorized to designate the Bonds as "qualified tax-
exempt obligations" . if such designation is applicable and desirable, and to make any related
necessary representations and covenants.
SECTION -IX. Official Statement Rating. Bond Insurance Continuing Disclosure and
FinanCing. Costs __
(a) Primary Offering Disclosure -- Official Statement. The Mayor and the City
Auditor are each authorized and directed, on behalf of the City and in their official capacities, to
(i) prepare or cause to be prepared; and make or authorize modifications, completions or
changes of or supplements to, a disclosure document in the form of an official statement relatirm
to the original issuance of the Bonds, (ii) determine, and to certify-or otherwise represent, when
the official statement is to be "deemed final" (except for permitted omissions) by the City as. of
its date·or is aJinal official statement for purposes of paragraph (b) of the Rule, (iii) use and
distribute, or autho_rize the use and distribution of those official statements and any supplemenis
thereto in connection with the originar issuance of the Bonds, and (iv) complete and sign those
official statements and any supplements thereto as so approved, together with such certificates,
statements or other documents in connection with the finality, accuracy and completeness of
those official statements and any supplements, as they may deem necessary or appropriate.
(b) Application for Rating or Bond Insurance. If, in the judgment of the City Auditor,
the filing of an application for (i) a rating on the Bonds by one or more nationally-recognized
rating agencies; or (ii) a policy of insurance from a company or companies to better assure the
payment of principal of and iftterest on the Bonds, is in the best interest of and financially
advantageous to this City, the City Auditor is authorized to prepare and submit those
applications, to provide to each such agency or company such information as may be required
for the purpose, and to provide further for the payment of the cost of obtaining each suc,h rating
or policy, except to the extent otherwise paid in accordance with the Purchase Agreement, from
the proceeds of the Bonds to the extent available and otherwise from any other funds lawfully
available and that are appropriated or shall be appropriated for that purpose. The City Auditor is
hereby authorized,. to the extent necessary or required; to enter into any agreements, in the
name. of and on. behalf of the City, ·that the City Auditor determines to be necessary in
connection with the obtaining of that bond insurance.
(c) Agreement to Provide Continuing Disclosure .. For the benefit of the holders and
beneficial owners from ti_me to time of the Bonds, . the City agrees to provide or cause· to . be
provided such financial information and operating data, audited financial statements and notices
of the occurrence of certain events, in such mariner as may be required for purposes of the
Rule. The Mayor and the City Auditor are each authorized and directed to complete, sign and
deliver the Continuing Disclosure Agreement, in the name and on behalf of the City, in
sUbstantially the form as _is now on file with the Clerk of Council. The Continuing Disclosure
Agreement is approved, . together with any changes or amendments that are not inconsistent
With this Ordinance and . not · substantially adverse to the City and that are approved by the
Mayor and the City Auditor on behalf of the City, all of which shall be conClusively evidenced by
the. signing ofthe Continuing Disclosure Agreement or amendments thereto:
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The City Auditor is further authorized and directed to establish procedures in order to
ensure compliance by the City with its Continuing Disclosure Agreement, including timely
provision of information and notices as described above. Prior to making any filing required
under the Rule, the City Auditor shall consult with and obtain legal advice from, as appropriate,
the Director of Law and bond or other qualified independent special counsel selected by the
City. The City Auditor, acting in the name and on behalf of the City, shall be entitled to rely
upon any such legal advice in determining whether a filing should be made. The performance
by the City of its Continuing Disclosure Agreement shall be subject to the annual appropriation
of any funds that may be necessary to perform it.
(d) Financing Costs. The expenditure of the amounts necessary to pay any
Financing Costs in connection with the Bonds, to the extent not paid by the Original Purchaser
in accordance with the Certificate of Award and the Purchase Agreement, is authorized and
approved, and the City Auditor is authorized to provide for the payment of any such amounts
and costs from the proceeds of the Bonds to the extent available and otherwise from any other
funds lawfully available that are appropriated or shall be appropriated for that purpose.
SECTION X. Bond Counsel. The legal services of the law firm of Squire Patton Boggs
(US) LLP are hereby retained. Those legal services shall be in the nature of legal advice and
recommendations as to the documents and the proceedings in connection with the
authorization, sale and issuance of the Bonds and rendering at delivery related legal opinions.
In providing those legal services, as an independent contractor . and in an attorney-client
relationship, that firm shall not exercise any administrative discretion on behalf of this City in the
formulation of public policy, expenditure of public funds, enforcement of laws, rules and
regulations of the State, any county or municipal corporation or of this City, or the execution of
public trusts. For those legal services that firm shall be paid just and reasonable compensation
and shall be reimbursed for actual out-of-pocket expenses incurred in providing those legal
services. The City Auditor is authorized and directed to make appropriate certification as to the
availability of funds for those fees and any reimbursement and to issue an appropriate order for
their timely payment as written statements are submitted by that firm.
SECTION XI. Certification and Delivery of Ordinance and Certificate of Award. The
Clerk of Council is directed to promptly deliver a certified copy of this Ordinance and an
executed copy of the Certificate of Award to the County Auditor of Miami County, Ohio.
SECTION XII . Satisfaction of Conditions for Bond Issuance. This Council determines
that all acts and conditions necessary to be performed by the City or to have been met
precedent to and in the issuing of the Bonds in order to make them legal, valid and binding
general obligations of the City have been performed and have been met, or will at the time of
delivery of the Bonds have been performed and have been met, in regular and due form as
required by law; that the full faith and credit and general property taxing power (as described in
Section VII) of the City are pledged for the timely payment of the debt charges on the Bonds;
that no statutory or constitutional limitation of indebtedness or taxation will have been exceeded
in the issuance of the Bonds; and that the Bonds are being authorized and issued pursuant to
Chapter 133 of the Ohio Revised Code, this Ordinance, the Certificate of Award, and other
authorizing provisions of law.
SECTION XIII. Compliance with Open Meeting Requirements. This Council finds and
determines that all formal actions of this Council and any of its committees concerning and
relating to the passage of this Ordinance were taken in an open meeting of this Council or its
committees and that all deliberations of this Council and of any committees that resulted in
those formal actions were in meetings open to the public, all in compliance with the law,
including Section 121 .22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
SECTION XIV. Effective Date. This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, welfare and
safety of the City, and for the further reason that this Ordinance is required to be immediately
effective in order to issue and sell the Bonds, which is necessary to enable the City to timely
enter into contracts for the construction of the Improvement and to coordinate the sale of the
Bonds with other bonds of the City; wherefore, this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect
immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor.
Adopted: ------------
President of Council
Approved: -------------
Attest: ___ -::C-:-Ie-r:-k-o7f -=c-o-un-c--:-i:-1------
Mayor
CITY OF TROY, OHIO
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IN THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $3.985.000 FOR THE PURPOSE
OF PAYING THE COSTS OF IMPROVING THE MUNICIPAL WATER SYSTEM.
INCLUDING THE INSTALLATION OF NEW WATER DISTRIBUTION LINES
'AND THE 'REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING WATER DISTRIBUTION . LINES.
TOGETHER WJTH ALL ·INCIDENTAL WORK AND RELATED
AP.PURTI:NANCES THERETO. AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, this Council has requested that the City Auditor, as fiscal officer of this City, ,·
certify the estimated life or period of usefulness of the Improvement described in Section II and .·
the maximum maturity of the Bonds described in Section II; and
WHEREAS; the City Auditor has certified to this Council that ·the estimated life or period ··
of us·etulness of the Improvement is at least five (5) years and that the maximum maturity of the
Bonds is forty (40) years;
·NoW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the. Council of the City of Troy, , Miami ,
County/Dhio, that: ·. ·
SECTION 1.. Definitions and Interpretation. In addition .· to the words and terms ·
elsewhere. defined in this Ordinance, unless the context or use clearly indicates . another or '
different meaning or intent
·"Authorized Denominations" means the denomination of $5,000 or any integral multiple ,
in ·excess thereof.
"Bond, means, collectively, this the Certificate of Award, the
Continuing Disclosure Agreement, the. Purchase Agreement, the Registrar Agreement, , and ··
such other proceedings of the City, including the Bonds, that provide collectively for, among
other things, the rights of holders and beneficial owners of the Bonds.
"Bond Register' means all books and records necessary for the registration, exchange
and transfer of Bonds as provided in Section V.
"Bond Registrar' means a bank or trust company authorized to do business in the State
of Ohio and designated by the City Auditor in the Certificate of Award pursuant to Section IV as
the initial authenticating agent, bond registrar, transfer agent and paying agent for the Bonds
under the Registrar Agreement and until a successor Bond Registrar shall have become such
pursuant to the provisions ofthe Registrar Agreement and, thereafter, "Bond Registrar' shall
mean the successor Bond Registrar.
"Bonds" means, collectively, the Serial Bonds and the Term Bonds, each as is
designated as such in the Certificate of Award.
''Book entry form" or "book entry system" means a form or system under which (a) the
ownership of beneficial interests, in the Bonds and the principal of and interest on the Bonds ·
may be transferred only through a book entry, and (b) physical Bond certificates in fully
registered form are -issued by the . City and payable only to . a Depository or its nominee , as ·
registered owner, wjth the certificates deposited with and "immobilized" in the custody of the
Depository or its designated agent for that purpose. The book entry maintained by others than
the City is the record that identifies the owners of beneficial interests in the Bonds and that
principal and interest..
  ofAward' means the certificate authorized by Section VI, to be executed by
the City Auditor, setting forth and determining those terms or other matters pertaining to the
Bonds and their issuance, sale.and delivery as this Ordinance requires or authorizes to beset
forth or determjned therein. ·
"Closing Date" means the date of physical delivery of, and payment of the purchase .
price for, the.Bonds. · ·
"Code" means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, the Regulations (whether temporary
or final) under that Code or the statutory predecessor of that Code, and any amendments of, or
successor provisions to, the foregoing and any official rulings, announcements, notices, •
procedures and judicial determinations regarding any of the foregoing, all as. and to the extent
applicable. Unless otherwise indicated, reference to a Section of the Code includes any
applicable successor section or provision and such applicable Regulations, rulings,
announcements, notices, procedures and determinations pertinent to that Section.
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"Continuing Disclosure Agreemenf' means the Continuing Disclosure Agreement which
shall constitute the continuing disclosure agreement made by the City for the benefit of the
holders and beneficial owners of the Bonds in accordance with the Rule, as it may be modified
from the form on file with the Clerk of Council and executed by the Mayor and the City Auditor,
all in accordance with Section IX( c).
"Depository'' means any securities depository that is a clearing agency under federal law
operating and maintaining, with its Participants or otherwise, a book entry system to record
ownership of beneficial interests in Bonds or the principal of and interest on Bonds, and to effect
transfers of Bonds, in book entry form, and includes and means initially The Depository Trust
Company (a limited purpose trust company), New York, New York.
"Financing Costs" shall have the meaning given in Section 133.01 of the Ohio Revised
Code.
"Interest Payment Dates" means June 1 and December 1 of each year that the Bonds
are outstanding, commencing on the date specified in the Certificate of Award.
"Mandatory Redemption Date" shall have the meaning set forth in Section lll(b).
"Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements" shall have the meaning set forth in
Section lll (e)(i).
"Original Purchaser'' means the purchaser of the Bonds specified in the Certificate of
Award.
"Participanf' means any participant contracting with a Depository under a book entry
system and includes securities brokers and dealers, banks and trust companies, and clearing
corporations.
"Principal Payment Dates" means December 1 in each of the years from and including
2014 to and including 2043; provided that the first Principal Payment Date may be deferred up
to one year and the last Principal Payment Date may be advanced or deferred by such number
of years as determined by the City Auditor in the Certificate of Award in such manner as to be in
the best interest of and financially advantageous to the City; provided, further, that in no case
shall the final Principal Payment Date of the Bonds exceed the maximum maturity limitation
referred to in the preambles hereto.
"Purchase Agreemenf' means the Bond Purchase Agreement between the City and the
Original Purchaser, as it may be modified from the form on file with the Clerk of Council and
executed by the Mayor and the City Auditor, all in accordance with Section VI.
"Registrar Agreemenf' means the Bond Registrar Agreement between the City and the
Bond Registrar, as it may be modified from the form on file with the Clerk of Council and
executed by the Mayor and the City Auditor, all in accordance with Section IV.
"Regulations" means Treasury Regulations issued pursuant to the Code or to the
statutory predecessor of the Code.
"Rule" means Rule 15c2-12 prescribed by the SEC pursuant to the Securities Exchange
Act of 1934.
"SEC" means the Securities and Exchange Commission.
''Serial Bonds" means those Bonds designated as such and maturing on the dates set
forth in the Certificate of Award, bearing interest payable on each Interest Payment Date and
not subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption.
"Term Bonds" means those Bonds designated as such and maturing on the date or
dates set forth in the Certificate of Award, bearing interest payable on each Interest Payment
Date and subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption.
The captions and headings in this Ordinance are solely for convenience of reference and
in no way define, limit or describe the scope or intent of any Sections, subsections. paragraphs,
subparagraphs or clauses hereof. Reference to a Section means a section of this Ordinance
unless otherwise indicated.
SECTION II . Authorized Principal Amount and Purpose· Application of Proceeds. This
Council determines that it is necessary and in the best interest of the City to issue bonds of this
City in the maximum principal amount of $3,985,000 (the "Bonds") for the purpose of paying the
costs of improving the municipal water system, including the installation of new water
distribution lines and the replacement of existing water distribution lines, together with all
incidental work and related appurtenances thereto (the "lmprovemenf') . The Bonds shall be
issued pursuant to Chapter 133 of the Ohio Revised Code, this Ordinance and the Certificate of
Award.
The aggregate principal amount of Bonds to be issued shall not exceed the maximum
principal amount specified in this Section and shall be an amount determined by the City Auditor
in the Certificate of Award to be the aggregate principal amount of Bonds that is required to be
issued at this time for the purpose stated in this Section, taking into account the costs of the
Improvement, estimates of the Financing Costs and the interest rates on the Bonds.
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The proceeds from the sale of the Bonds received by the City (or withheld by the
Original Purchaser on behalf of the City) shall be paid into the proper fund or funds, and those
proceeds are hereby appropriated and shall be used for the purpose for which the Bonds are
being issued, including without limitation but only to the extent not paid by others, the payment
of the costs of issuing and servicing the Bonds, printing and delivery of the Bonds, legal
services including obtaining the approving legal opinion of bond counsel, fees and expenses of
any financial advisor, paying agent and rating agency, any fees or premiums relating to
municipal bond insurance or other security arrangements determined necessary by the City
Auditor, and all other Financing Costs and costs incurred incidental to those purposes. The
Certificate of Award and the Purchase Agreement may authorize the Original Purchaser to
withhold certain proceeds from the purchase price of the Bonds to provide for the payment of
Financing Costs related to the Bonds on behalf of the City. Any portion of those proceeds
received by the City representing premium (after payment of any Financing Costs identified in
the Certificate of Award and the Purchase Agreement) and any portion of those proceeds
received by the City representing accrued interest shall be paid into the Bond Retirement Fund.
SECTION Ill. Denominations; Dating; Principal and Interest Payment and Redemption
Provisions. The Bonds shall be issued in one lot and only as fully registered bonds, in
Authorized Denominations, but in no case as to a particular maturity date exceeding the
principal amount maturing on that date. The Bongs shall be dated as provided in the Certificate
of Award, provided that their dated date shall not be more than sixty (60) days prior to the
Closing Date.
(a) Interest Rates and Payment Dates. The Bonds shall bear interest at the rate or
rates per year (computed on the basis of a 360-day year consisting of twelve 30-day months) as
shall be determined by the City Auditor, subject to subsection (c) of this Section, in the
Certificate of Award. Interest on the Bonds shall be payable at such rate or rates on the Interest
Payment Dates until the principal amount has been paid or provided for. The Bonds shall bear
interest from the most recent date to which interest has been paid or provided for or, if no
interest has been paid or provided for, from their date.
(b) Principal Payment Schedule. The Bonds shall mature or be payable pursuant to
Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements on the Principal Payment Dates in principal
amounts as shall be determined by the City Auditor, subject to subsection (c) of this Section, in
the Certificate of Award, which determination shall be in the best interest of and financially
advantageous to the City.
Consistent with the foregoing and in accordance with the determination of the best
interest of and financial advantages to the City, the City Auditor shall specify in the Certificate of
Award (i) the aggregate principal amount of Bonds to be issued as Seri.al Bonds, the Principal
Payment Date or Dates on which those Bonds shall be stated to mature and the principal
amount thereof that shall be stated to mature on each such Principal Payment Date and (ii) the
aggregate principal amount of Bonds to be issued as Term Bonds, the Principal Payment Date
or Dates on which those Bonds shall be stated to mature, the principal amount thereof that shall
be stated to mature on each such Principal Payment Date, the Principal Payment Date or Dates
on which Term Bonds shall be subject to mandatory sinking fund redemption (each a
"Mandatory Redemption Date") and the principal amount thereof that shall be payable pursuant
to Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements on each Mandatory Redemption Date.
(c) Conditions for Establishment of Interest Rates and Principal Payment Dates and
Amounts. The rate or rates of interest per year to be borne by the Bonds, and the principal
amount of Bonds maturing or payable pursuant to Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements on each Principal Payment Date, shall be such that the total principal and interest
payments on the Bonds in any fiscal year in which principal is payable is not more than three
times the amount of those payments in any other fiscal year. The net interest cost for the Bonds
determined by taking into account the respective principal amounts of the Bonds and terms to
maturity or Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements of those principal amounts of
Bonds shall not exceed 6.00%.
(d) Payment of Debt Charges. The debt charges on the Bonds shall be payable in
lawful money of the United States of America without deduction for the services of the Bond
Registrar as paying agent. Principal of and any premium on the Bonds shall be payable when
due upon presentation and surrender of the Bonds at the designated corporate trust office of the
Bond Registrar. Interest on a Bond shall be paid by the Bond Registrar on each Interest
Payment Date by check or draft mailed to the person in whose name the Bond was registered,
and to that person's address appearing, on the Bond Register at the close of business on the
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h day of the calendar month next preceding that Interest Payment Date. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, if and so long as the Bonds are issued in a book entry system, principal of and
interest and any premium on the Bonds shall be payable in the manner provided in any
agreement entered into by the City Auditor, in the name and on behalf of the City, in connection
with the book entry system.
(e) Redemption Provisions. The Bonds shall be subject to redemption prior to stated
maturity as follows:
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(i) Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption of Term Bonds. If any of the Bonds
are issued as Term Bonds, the Term Bonds shall be subject to mandatory redemption in
part by lot and be redeemed pursuant to mandatory sinking fund redemption
requirements, at a redemption price of 100% of the principal amount redeemed, plus
accrued interest to the redemption date, on the applicable Mandatory Redemption Dates
and in the principal amounts payable on those Dates, for which provision is made in the
Certificate of Award (such Dates and amounts being referred to as the "Mandatory
Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements") . ·
The aggregate of the moneys to be deposited with the Bond Registrar for
payment of principal of and interest on any Term Bonds on each Mandatory Redemption
Date shall include an amount sufficient to redeem on that Date the principal amount of
Term Bonds payable on that Date pursuant to the Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements (less the amount of any credit as hereinafter provided).
The City shall have the option to deliver to the Bond Registrar for cancellation
Term Bonds in any aggregate principal amount and to receive a credit against the then
current or any subsequent Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement (and
corresponding mandatory redemption obligation) of the City, as specified by the City
Auditor, for Term Bonds stated to mature on the same Principal Payment Date and
bearing interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so delivered. That option shall· be
exercised by the City on or before the 45th day preceding any Mandatory Redemption
Date with respect to which the City wishes to obtain a credit, by furnishing the Bond
Registrar a certificate, signed by the City Auditor, setting forth the extent of the credit to
be applied with respect to the then current or any subsequent Mandatory Sinking Fund
Redemption Requirement for Term Bonds stated to mature on the same Principal
Payment Date and bearing interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so delivered. If
the certificate is not timely furnished to the Bond Registrar, the current Mandatory
Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement ·(and corresponding ·mandatory redemption
obltgation) shall not be reduced. A credit against the then current or any subsequent
Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement (and corresponding mandatory
redemption obligation), as specified by the City Auditor; also shall be received by the
City for any Term Bonds which prior thereto have been redeemed (other than through
the operation of the applicable Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirements) or
purchased for cancellation and canceled by the Bond Registrar, to the extent not applied
theretofore as a credit against any Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption Requirement,
for Term Bonds stated to mature on the. same Principal Payment Date and bearing
interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so delivered, redeemed or purchased and
canceled.
Each Term Bond so delivered, or previously redeemed, or purchased and
canceled, shall be credited by the Bond Registrar .at 1 00% of the principal amount
thereof against the then current · or subsequent Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements (and corresponding mandatory redemption obligations), as specified by
the City Auditor, for Term Bonds stated to mature on the same Principal Payment Date
and bearing interest at the same rate as the Term Bonds so delivered; redeemed or
purchased and canceled.
(ii) Optional Redemption. The Bonds of the maturities and interest rates
specified in the Certificate of Award (if any are so specified) shall be subject to optional
redemption by and at the sole option of the City, in whole or in part in integral multiples
of $5,000, on the dates and at the redemption prices (expressed as a percentage of the
principal amount to be redeemed), plus accrued interest to the redemption date, to be
determined by the City Auditor in the Certificate of Award, provided-that the redemption
price for any optional redemption date shall not be greater than 103%.
If optional redemption of Term Bonds at a redemption price .exceeding 1 00% of
the principal amount to be redeemed is to take place as of any Mandatory Redemption
Date applicable ·to. those Term Bonds, the Term Bonds, or portions thereof, to .be
redeemed optionally shall be selected by lot prior to the selection by lot of the Term
Bonds of the same maturity (and interest rate within a maturity if applicable) to be
redeemed on the same date by operation of the Mandatory Sinking Fund Redemption
Requirements. Bonds to be redeemed pursuant to this paragraph shall be redeemed
only upon. written notice from the City Auditor to the Bond Registrar, given upon the
direction of. the City by passage of an ordinance or adoption of a resolution. That notice
shall specify the redemption date and the principal amount of each maturity (and interest
rate within a maturity if applicable) of Bonds to be redeemed, and shall be given at least
45 days prior to the redemption date or such shorter period as shall be acceptable to the
Bond Registrar.
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(iii) Partial Redemption. If fewer than all of the outstanding Bonds are called
for optional redemption at one time and Bonds of more than one maturity (or interest rate
within a maturity if applicable) are then outstanding, the Bonds that are called shall be
Bonds of the maturity or maturities and interest rate or rates selected by the City. If
fewer than all of the Bonds of a single maturity (or interest rate within a maturity if
applicable) are to be redeemed, the selection of Bonds of that maturity(or interest rate
within a maturity if applicable) to be redeemed, or portions thereof in amounts of $5,000
or any integral multiple thereof, shall be made by the Bond Registrar by lot in a manner
determined by the Bond Registrar. In the case of a partial redemption of Bonds by lot
when Bonds of denominations greater than $5,000 are then outstanding, each $5,000
unit of principal thereof shall be treated as if it were a separate Bond of the denomination
of $5,000. If it is determined that orie or more, but not all, of the $5,000 units of principal
amount represented by a Bond are to be called for redemption, then, upon notice of
redemption of a $5,000 unit or units, the registered owner of that Bond shall surrender
the Bond to the Bond Registrar (A) for payment of the redemption price of the $5,000
unit or units of principal amount called for redemption (including, without limitation, the
interest accrued to the date fixed for redemption and any premium), and (B) for
issuance, without charge to the registered owner, of a new Bond or Bonds of any
Authorized Denomination or Denominations in an aggregate principal amount equal to
the unmatured and unredeemed portion of, and bearing interest at the same rate and
maturing on the same date as, the Bond surrendered ..
(iv) N.otice of Redemption. The notice ·of the call for redemption of Bonds
shall identify (A) by designation, letters, numbers or other distinguishing marks, the
Bonds or ·portions thereof to be redeemed, (B) the redemption price to be paid, (C) the
date fixed for redemption, and (D) the place or places where the amounts due ·upon
redemption are payable. The notice shall be given by the Bond Registrar on behalf of
the City by mailing a copy of the redemption notice by first-class mail, postage prepaid,
at least 30 days prior to the date fixed for redemption, to the registered owner of each
Bond subject to redemption in whole or in part at the registered owner's address shown
on the Bond Register maintained by the Bond Registrar at the close of business on the
15th day preceding that mailing. Failure to receive notice by mail or any defect in that
notice regarding any Bond, however, shall not affect the validity of the proceedings for
the redemption of any Bond.
(v) Payment of Redeemed Bonds. In the event that notice of redemption
shall have been given by the Bond Registrar to the registered owners as provided
above, there shall be deposited with the Bond Registrar on or prior to the redemption
date, moneys that, in addition to any other moneys available therefor and held by the
Bond Registrar, will be sufficient to redeem at the redemption price thereof, plus accrued
interest to the redemption date, all of the redeemable Bonds for which notice of
redemption has been given. Notice having been mailed in the manner provided in the
preceding paragraph hereof, the Bonds and portions thereof called for redemption shall
become due and payable on the redemption date, and, subject to the provisions of
Sections l ll(d) arid V, upon presentation and surrender thereof at the place or places
specified in that notice, shall be paid at the redemption price, plus accrued interest to the
redemptio·n date. · If moneys for the ·redemption of all of the Bonds and portions thereof
to be redeemed, together with accrued interest thereon to the redemption date, are held
by the Bond Registrar on the redemption date, so as to be available therefor on that date
and, if notice of redemption has been deposited in the mail as aforesaid, then from and
after the redemption date those Bonds and portions thereof called for ·redemption shall
cease to · bear interest and no longer shall be considered to be outstanding. If those
moneys shall not be so available on the redemption date, or that notice shall not have
been deposited in the mail as aforesaid, those Bonds and portions thereof shall continue
to bear interest, until they are paid, at the same rate as they would have borne had they
not been called for redemption. All moneys held ·by the Bond Registrar for the
redemption of particular Bonds shall be held in trust for the account of the registered
owners thereof and shall be paid to them, respeCtively, upon presentation and si.mender
of those Bonds, provided that any interest earned on the moneys so held by the Bond
Registrar shall be for'the account of and paid to the City to the extent not required for the
payment of the Bonds called for redemption.
SECTION IV. Execution and Authentication of Bonds; Appointment of Bond Registrar.
The Bonds shall be signed by the Mayor and the City Auditor, in the name of the City and in
their official capacities; provided that either or both of those signatures may be a facsimile. The
Bonds shall be issued ih the Authorized Denominations and numbers as requested by the
Original Purchaser and approved by the City Auditor, shall be numbered as determined by the
City Auditor in order to distinguish each Bond from any other Bond, and. shall express upon their
faces the purpose, in summary terms, for which they are issued and that they are issued
pursuant to Chapter 133 of the Ohio Revised Code, this Ordinance and the Certificate of Award.
The City Auditor is hereby authorized to designate in the Certificate of Award a bank or
trust company authorized to do business in the State of Ohio to act as the initial Bond Registrar.
The Mayor and the City Auditor shall sign and deliver, in the name and on behalf of the City, the
Registrar Agreement between the City and the Bond Registrar, in substantially the form as is
now on file with the Clerk of Council. The Registrar Agreement is approved, together with any
changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this Ordinance and not substantially
adverse to the City and that are approved by the Mayor and the City Auditor on behalf of the
City, all of which shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the Registrar Agreement or
amendments thereto. The City Auditor shall · provide for the payment of the services rendered
and for reimbursement of expenses incurred pursuant to the Registrar Agreement, except to the
extent paid or reimbursed by the Original Purchaser in accordance with the Certificate of Award
and the Purchase Agreement, from the proceeds of the Bonds to the extent available and then
from other money lawfully available and appropriated or to be appropriated for that purpose.
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No Bond sh;:tlf be valid or obligatory for any purpose or shall be entitled to any security or
benefit under the. Bond Proceedings unless and until the certificate of authentication printed on
the Bond is signed by the Bond Registrar as authenticating agent. Authentication by the Bond
Registrar shall be conclusive evidence that the Bond so authenticated has been duly issued,
signed and delivered under, .and is entitled to the security and benefit of, the Bond Proceedings.
The certificate of may be signed by any authorized officer or employee of the
Bond Registrar or by any other p_erson acting as an agent of the Bond Registrar and approved
by the City Auditor on behalf of the City. The same person need not sign the certificate of
authentication on all of the Bonds.
SECTION V . . Registration: Transfer and .Exchanqe:· Book Eritrv System.
(a) Bond So long as any of the Bonds remain outstanding, the City will
cause the Bond Registrar to maintain and keep the Bond Register at its designated corporate
trust office. Subject to the provisions of Sections lll(d) and IX(c), the person in whose name·a
Bond is registered on the Bond Register shall be regarded as the absolute owner of that Bond
for all purposes of the Bond. Proceedings. Payment of or on account of the debt .charges on any
Bond shall be made only to or upon the order of that person; neither the City nor the Bof)d
Registrar shall be affected by any notice to the contrary, but the registration may be changed as
provided in this Section. All such payments shall be valid and effectual to satisfy and discharge
the City's liability upon the Bond, including interest, to the extent of the amount or amounts so
paid.
(b) Transfer and Exchange. Any Bond may be exchanged for Bonds of any
Authorized Denomination upon . presentation and surrender at the. designated corporate trust
office of tt)e Bonc;l Registrar, together with a request for exchange signed by the registered
owner or by a person legally empowered to do so in a form satisfactory to the Bond. Registrar.
A Bond may be. tran&ferred . only on the Bond Register upon presentation and surrender of the
Bond at the designated corporate trust office of the Bond Registrar together with an assignment
signed by the registered owner or by a person legally empowered to do so in a form satisfactory
to the Bond Registrar. Upon exchange or transfer the Bond . Registrar shall complete,
authenticate and deliver. a new Bond or Bonds of any Authorized Denomination or
Denominations requested by the owner equal in the aggregate to the unmatured principal
amount of the Bond surrendered and bearing interest at the same rate and maturing on the
same date. · · ·
If manual signatures on behalf of the City are required, the Bond Registrar shall
undertake the exchange or transfer of Bonds only after the new Bonds are signed by tt)e
authorized officers of the City. In all cases of Bonds exchanged or transferred, the City shall
sign and the Bond Registrar shall authenticate and deliver Bonds in accordance with the
provisions of the Bond Proceedings. The exchange or tr.ansfer shall be without charge to
owner, except that the City and Bond Registrar may make a charge sufficient to reimburse them
for any tax or. other governmental charge required to be. paid with respect to the exchange or
transfer. The City or Bond Registrar may require that those charges, if any, be paid befqre
the procedure is begun for the exchange or transfer. All Bonds jssued and authenticated upon
any exchange or transfer shall be valid obligations of the City, evidencing the same debt, and
entitled to the same security and benefit under the Bond Proceedings as the Bonds surrendered
upon that exchal']ge or transfer. Neither the City nor the Bond Registrar shall be required to
make any exchange or transfer of (i) Bonds then subject to call for redemption between the 15th
day preceding the mailing of notice of Bonds to t;le redeemed and the date of that mailing, or
(ii) any Bond selected for redemption, in whole or in part.
(c) Book Entry System. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Ordinance, if
the City Auditor determines in the Certificate of Award that it is in the best interest of and
financially advantageous to the City, the Bonds may be issued in book entry form in accordance
with the following provisions of this Section.
The Bonds may be issued to a Depository for use in a book entry system   if and as
long as a book entry system is utilized: (i) the Bonds may be issued in the form of a single, fully
registered Bond representing each maturity, and, if applicable, each interest rate within. a
maturity, and registered in the name of the Depository or its nominee, as registered owner, and
immobilized in the custody of the Depository or its designated agent for that purpose, which may
be the Bond Registrar; (ii) the beneficial owners of Bonds in book entry form shall have no right
to receive Bonds. in the form of physical sec!Jrities or certificates; (iii) ownership of beneficial
interests in qook entry form shall be shown by book entry on the system maintained
operated by the . Depository and its Participants, and transfers of the ownership of beneficial
interests shall be made only by book entry by the Depository and its Participants; and (iv) the
Bonds as such shall not be transferable ·or exchangeable, except for transfer to another .
Depository or to c:mother 'nominee of a Depository, without further action by the City.
If any Depository determines not to continue to act as a Depository for the Bonds for use
in a book entry system, the City Auditor may attempt to .establish a securities depository/book
entry relationship with .another qualified Depository. If the City Auditor does not or is unable to
do so, the City Auditor, after making provision for notification of the beneficial owners by the
then Depository and any other. arrangements deemed necessary, shall permit withdrawal of the
Bonds from the Depository, and shall cause Bond certificates in registered form and Authorized
Denominations to Qe authenticated by the Bond Registrar and delivered to the assignees of the
Depository or its· nominee; all at the cost and expense (including any costs of printing), if the.
event is not the result of the City action or inaction, of those persons requesting such issuance.
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The City .Auditor is hereby authorized and directed, to extent necessary or
to enter into any agreements, in the name and on behalf of the City, that the City Auditor
determines to be necessary in connection with a book entry system for the Bonds. ·
SECTION. VI. Sale of the Bonds to the Original Purchaser. The City Auditor is
authorized to sell the Bonds at private sale to the Original Purchaser at a purchase price, not
less than 97% of the aggregate principal amount thereof, as shall be determined by the City
Auditor. in the Certificate of Award, plus accrued interest (if any) on the Bonds from their date to
the Closing Date, and shall be awarded by the City Auditor with and. upon such other terms as
are required or authorized by this Ordinance to be specified in the Certificate of Award, in
accordance with law and the provisions of this Ordinance and. the Purchase Agreement The
City Auditor is authorized, if it is determined to be in the best interest of the City, to combine the
issue of Bonds with one or more other bond issues of the City into a c.onsolidated bond issue
pursuant to Section 133.30(B) of the Ohio Revised Code in which case a single Certificate of
Award may be utilized for the consolidated bond issue if appropriate and consistent with the
terms of this Ordinance.
The City Auditor shall sign and deliver the Certificate of Award and shall cause the
Bonds to be prepared and signed and delivered, together with a true transcript of proceedings
with reference to the issuance of the Bonds, to the Original Purchaser upon payment of the
purchase price.
The Mayor and the City Auditor shall sign and deliver, in the name and on behalf of the
City, the Purchase-Agreement between the City and the Original Purchaser, in substantially the
form as is now on file with the Clerk of Council, providing for the sale to, and the purchase by,
the Original Purchaser of the Bonds. The Purchase Agreement is approved, together with any
changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this Ordinance and not substantially
adverse to the City .and that are approved by the Mayor and the City Auditor on behalf of the
City, all of which shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the Purchase Agreement or
amendments thereto . .
The Mayor, the City Auditor, the Director of Law,,the Clerk of Council .and other City
officials, .appropriate, each are authorized and directed. to sign .any transcript certificiates,
financial . statements and other documents and and to take such. actions as are
necessary or appropriate to consummate the transactions contemplateg by this Ordinanc<t. ·'
SECTION VII . . · Provisions for Tax Lew. There shall be levied on all the taxable property
in the. City, in addition to all other taxes; direqt .tax annually during the period the Bonds .. are
outstanding in an amount sufficient to pay the debt charges on the Bonds when due, which. tax
shall not be less than the interest and. sinking fund tax. required by Section 11 of Article XII of the
Ohio Constitution. The tax shall be within the ten-mill limitation imposed by law, shall be and is
ordered comp0ted, certified, leviet:l and extended upon the tax duplicate and collected by the
same .officers, in· the. same manner and at the same time that taxes for general purposes for
each of those years are certified, levied, extended and collected, and shall be placed. before and
in preference to all .other items and for the full amount thereof. The proceeds of the tax levy
shall be placed iri the Bond Retirement Fund, which is irrevocably pledged for the. payment of
the debt charges on the Bonds when and as the s.ame fall due. ·
In each year to the extent net revenues from the municipal water system are available
for the payment of the debt charges on . the Bonds and are appropriated for that purpose, the
amount of the tax. shall be reduced by the amount of such net revenues so available and
appropriated.
In each year to the extent receipts from the municipal income tax are available for the
payment of the debt charges on the Bonds and are appropriated for that purpose, and to the
extent not paid from net revenues of the municipal water system, the amount of the tax shall be
reduced by the amount of such receipts so available and appropriated in compliance with the
following .covenant To the extent necessary, the debt charges on the Bonds shall be paid from
municipal income taxes lawfully . available therefor under the Constitution and the laws of the
State of Ohio; and the City hereby covenants, subject and pursuant to such authority, induqing
particularly Section.133.05(B)(7) of ttie Ohio Revised Code, to appropriate annually from such
municipal income taxes such amount as is necessary to meet such annual debt charges.
Nothing in.the two preceding ,paragraphs in any way diminishes the irrevocaqle pledge of
the full. faith and credit and general property taxing. power of the City to the prompt payment of
the debt charges on .the Bonds. ·
SI:CTION VIII . Federal Tax Considerations. The City covenants that it will use, and ·will
restrictthe 'use andinv.estment of, the proceeds ofthe Bonds in such manner and extent
may. be necess?ry so that (a). the Bonds will not (i) constitute activity bonds or
arbitrage under Sections 141 or 148 of the Code or(ii} be treated other than as bonds the
. . interest on which· is from gross income under Section 103 .of the   (b) the
interest on the will 110t be an item of tax ,under Section, 57 of the Code. ·
The City further covenants that (a) it will take or cause to be taken such actions that may
be required .of it for the interest on the Bonds to b.e and rernain excluded from gross for
federal income !ax pur'poses, (b) it will noUake or authorize to be taken any actions that would
affect that exclusion, and (c) it, or persons ·acting for it, will, among other acts of
compliance, (i) applythe proceeds of the Bonds to the governmental purpose of the borrowjrig,
(ii) restrict the yield on investment property, (iii) make. firnely and adequate payments. to the
federal government, (iv) maintain books and records and. make calculations and reports anct(v)
refrain from certain l,JSeS Of those proceeds, and, as .applicable, of property financed With SUCh
proceeds, all in such manner and to the · extent nece-ssary to assure such exclusion of that
interest under the Code.
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The City .Auditor or' any other of the City having responsibility for of the
Bonds is hereby authorized (a) to make or effect any election, selection, designation, . choice,
consent, approval , or waiver on behalf of . the City with respect to the Bonds as the City is
permitted to or required to make or give under the federal income tax laws, including, without
limitation thereto, any of the elections available under Section 148 of the Code, for the purpose
of assuring, enhancing or protecting favorable tax treatment or status of the Bonds or interest
thereon or assisting . compliance with requirements for that purpose, reducing the burden or
expense of such compliance, reducing the rebate amount or payments or penalties with respect
to the Bonds, . or making payments of special amounts in lieu of making computations to
determine, o'r paying, excess earnings as rebate, or obviating those amounts or payments. with
respect to which action s_hal! be in writing and signed by the officer, (b) to take any
a!)d all o'ther actions, make or obtain calculations, make payments, and make or give reports,
covenants and certifications of and. on behalf of the City, as may be appropriate to assure. the
of interest from gross income and the intended tax status of the Bonds,_ a.nd (c) to give
one or more appropriate of the City, for inclusion in the transcript of proceedings for
the Bonds, setting forth the reasonable expectations of the City regarding the amount and use
of all the . proceeds of the Bonds, the facts, circumstances and estimates on which they are
based, and other facts and circumstances relevant to the tax treatment of the interest on and
the tax status of the Bonds. The City Auditor or any other officer of the City having responsibility
for issuance of the Bonds is specifically authorized to designate the Bonds as "qualified tax-
exemp·t obligatiqns" if such is applicable and desirable, and to make any related
necessary representations and covenants. · ·
SECTION IX .. Official Statement. Rating Bond Insurance. Continuing Disclosure and
Financin9 Costs.
. (a) Pdmafv Offering -- Official · Statement. The 'Mayor and City
Auditor are each authorized and directed, on behalf of the City and in their official capacities, to
(i) prepare or cause to . be prepared, and make or authorize modifications. completions 'or
changes of or supplements to, a disclosure document in the form of an official statement relating
to the original of the Bonds; (ii) determine, and to certify or otherwise represent,. when
the official.statement is tobe "deemed finai" (except forpermitted omissions) by the City as of
its date or is a final official statement for purposes of·paragraph (b) of the Rule, (iii) use and
distribute, or authorize the use and distribution of those official statements and any supplements
·thereto in connection with the original issuance of the Bonds, and (iv) complete and sign those
official statemer:itsand any supplements thereto as so approved, together with such certificates,
statements or. other documents in connection with .the finality, accuracy and completeness of
those official statements and any supplements, as they may,_deem necessary or appropriate.
(b) Application for Rating or Bond Insurance. I( in the judgment of the City Auditor,
the filing of an application for (i) a rating on the Bonds by one or more nationally-recognized
rating agencies, or (ii) a policy of insurance from a company or companies to better the
payment of principal of and interest on the Bonds, is in the best interest of and financially
advantageous to this City, the City Auditor is authorized to prepare and submit those
applications, to provide to each such agency or company such information as may be required
for the purpose, and to provide further for the payment of the cost of obtaining eac.h such· ra.ting
or policy, except to the extent otherwise paid in accordance with the Agreement, from
the proceeds of the Bonds to the extent availab!e and otherwise from any other funds lawfully
available and that are appropriated or shall be appropriated for that purpose. The City Auditor is
hereby authorized, to the .extent necessary or required, to enter into any agreements, in the
name of and on behalf of ·the City, . that the City Auditor determines to be necessary. in
connection with the obtainingofthat bond insurance.
(c) . Agreement to Provide Continuing Disclosure. For the benefit of the holders and
beneficial owners from time to time of the Bonds, the City agrees to provide or cause to be
provided such financial information and operating data, audited financial statements and notices
of the occurrence of certain· events, in such manner as may be required for purposes of the
Rule. The rviayqr and the City. Auditor are each authorized and directed to complete, sign and
deliver the Continuing Disclosure Agreement, in the name and on behalf of the City, ..· in
substantially the form as is now c:>.n file with the Clerk of Cou'ncil. The Continuing Disdosure
Agree.ment is approved, . together with any changes or c:{mendmerits that are not inconsistent
with this 'Ordinance ·a.nd not substantiaUy adverse to the .City and that are approved by the
Mayor ano theCity.f\uditor on behalf ofthe City, all of which shall be conclusively evidencec,l by
the signing .of the Disclosure Agreement or thereto. · · ·
.The · City Auditor is further authorized. and directed to establish procedures in order to
ensure compliance ,by the City with· its Continuing Disclosure Agreement, including timely
provision of information and notices as 'described above.. Priqr to making any filing required
under the Ruie, the City Auditor shall consult with and obtain legal advice from, as appropriate,
the Director .of Law and bond or other qualified independent special counsel selected by the
City. The. City Auditqr, acting in the name and on behalf ofthe 'City, shall be entitled to r$1y
upon any such. legal advice in determining whether a filitig should be made. · The
by the City of i.ts Continuing Disclosure· Agreement shall be subject. to the annual appropriation
of any funds that may be necessary to perform it.
(d) Financing Costs. The expenditure of the amounts necessary . to pay any
Fi nancing Costs in connection with the Bonds, to the extent not paid by the Original Purchaser
in accordance with the Certificate of Award and the Purchase Agreement, is authorized and
approved, and the City Auditor is authorized to provide for the payment of any such amounts
and costs from the proceeds of the Bonds to the extent available and otherwise from any other
funds lawfully available that are appropriated or shall be appropriated for that purpose.
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SECTION X. Bond Counsel. The legal services of the law firm of Squire Patton Boggs
(US) LLP are hereby retained. Those legal services shall be in the nature of legal advice and
recommendations as to the documents and the proceedings in connection with the
authorization, sale and issuance of the Bonds and rendering at delivery related legal opinions.
In providing those legal services, as an independent contractor and in an attorney-client
relationship, that firm shall not exercise any administrative discretion on behalf of this City in the
formulation of public poli cy, expenditure of public funds, enforcement of laws, rul es and
regulations of the State, any county or municipal corporation or of this City, or the execution of
public trusts. For those legal services that firm shall be paid just and reasonable compensation
and shall be reimbursed for actual out-of-pocket expenses incurred in providing those legal
services. The City Auditor is authorized and directed to make appropriate certification as to the
availability of funds for those fees and any reimbursement and to issue an appropriate order for
their timely payment as written statements are submitted by that firm.
SECTION XI . Certification and Delivery of Ordinance and Certificate of Award. The
Clerk of Council is directed to promptly deliver a certified copy of this Ordinance and an
executed copy of the Certifi cate of Award to the County Auditor of Miami County, Ohio.
SECTION XII . Satisfaction of Conditions for Bond Issuance. This Council determines
that all acts and conditions necessary to be performed by the City or to have been met
precedent to and in the issuing of the Bonds in order to make them legal, valid and binding
general obligations of the City have been performed and have been met, or will at the time of
delivery of the Bonds have been performed and have been met, in regular and due form as
requi red by law; that the full faith and credit and general property taxing power (as described in
Section VII ) of the City are pledged for the timely payment of the debt charges on the Bonds;
that no statutory or constitutional li mitation of indebtedness or taxation will have been exceeded
in the issuance of the Bonds; and that the Bonds are being authorized and issued pursuant to
Chapter 133 of the Ohio Revised Code, this Ordinance, the Certificate of Award, and other
authorizing provisions of law.
SECTION XIII. Compliance with Open Meeting Requirements. Thi s Council finds and
determines that all formal actions of this Council and any of its committees concerning and
relating to the passage of this Ordinance were taken in an open meeting of this Council or its
committees and that all deliberations of this Council and of any committees that resulted in
those formal actions were in meetings open to the public, all in compliance with the law,
including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.
SECTION XIV. Effective Date. This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency
measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, welfare and
safety of the City, and for the further reason that this Ordinance is required to be immediately
effecti ve in order to issue and sell the Bonds, which is necessary to enable the City to timely
enter into contracts for the construction of the Improvement and to coordinate the sale of the
Bonds with other bonds of the City; wherefore, this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect
immediately upon its passage and approval by the Mayor.
Adopted: -------------
President of Council
Approved: ________________________ ___
Attest: _______________ _
Clerk of Council Mayor
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TROY OHIO
 
MEMORANDUM
P. 0 . Box 3003
Troy. Ohio 45373
W\11/W. troyohio.gov
phone: (937) 335- 1725
fax: (937) 339-8601
pot rick. titterington@troyohio .gov
TO: Mrs. Baker, President of Council
FROM: Patrick E. J.
DATE: May 16, 2014
SUBJECT: PROPOSED AMENDMENTS- TEMPORARY SIGNS AND VEHICLES ON THE
STREET FOR SALE
RECOMMENDATION:
That Council considers Ordinance amendments related to Temporary Signs and Vehicles on the Street
Advertised for Sale.
BACKGROUND:
The Planning Commission recent considered Ordinance Amendments related to the Zoning Code and
Subdivision Regulations. The report of the Planning Commission regarding those items is attached.
City Staff has also proposed amendments that do not require the consideration of the Planning
Commission that that seemed appropriate to submit for Council consideration at the same time. These
amendments are:
Regarding the Sign Code- Temporary Signs:
Section 7 49.14 regulates temporary signs for the industrial and commercial zoning districts.
Temporary signs are not permitted in residential districts. Due to aesthetic and safety reasons,
staff is proposing that freestanding temporary signs be eliminated from the Sign Code and that all
temporary signs will be required to be attached to a building or structure. This can be
accomplished by adding a sentence to the end of Section 7 49.14 to read:
"All temporary signs shall be attached to a building and conform to the following
conditions".
In addition, eliminate Section (d) of Chapter 7491.14, which reads: "Setback. The miniml:Jm
setback for all freestanding temporary signs shall be ten (10) feet from tho pl:Jblic right of way
unless otherwise specifically stated ·.vithin this Sign Code. No temporary sign shall violate the
visual obstrl:Jction requirements sot forth elsewhere in this chapter.''
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Codified Ordinances Regarding Vehicles on the Street Advertised for Sale:
There are a large number of vehicles that are being parked on the street and advertised as "For
Sale". While a vehicle parked on the street is legal being the principal purpose of a vehicle, using
the street for advertising a vehicle for sale is not and has not been enforced as such. To enforce
not having "for sale" vehicles parked on the street, the Law Director has recommended that
Section 351.06, which discusses the selling, washing, or repairing of vehicles upon the public
right-of-way, be amended for clarification by adding the following sentence to the end of Section
351.06:
"When the vehicle is not in motion and the vehicle is advertised for sale, being washed,
greased, or repaired, the principal purpose of the vehicle has become that activity and no
longer holds transportation as the principal purpose."
REQUESTED ACTION:
It would be appreciated if you would assign to a Committee of Council the proposed amendments related
to the Planning Commission recommended and those included herein.
Cc: Mayor Beamish
D. Swan
T. Davis
Encl.
MEMORANDUM
TO: Mrs. Baker, President of Council
FROM: Sue Knight
DATE:
SUBJECT:
May 14,2014
REPORT OF THE PlANNING COMMISSION - AMENDMENTS TO ZONING CODE AND
SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS
The Troy Planning Commission considered recommending to Council amendments to the Zoning Code,
Subdivision Regulations, and Sign Code. To summarize the amendments:
Regarding the Zoning Code:
• Section 1143.18 (f)(1), to increase from 50% to 80% the maximum lot coverage for calculating all
impervious surfaces in the M-2, Light Industrial Zoning District, and amend Section 1143.19 (f)(1)
to increase from 60% to 80% the maximum lot coverage for calculating all impervious surfaces in
the M-3 General Industrial Zoning District. lot coverage is calculated by taking a bird's eye view
of the property and calculating all impervious surfaces. This has proven to create a hardship for
industrial companies wishing to expand. Since parking calculations are based on the size of
buildings, businesses are required to expand their parking lots with all building expansions. This
leaves very little room for companies to comply with our requirements. Staff has recommended
this amendm'ent.
• Section 1155.07(c), General Standards for Off-Street Parking Areas, reads " ... parking shall not be
permitted in established lawn areas of residential lots." Staff has recommended that the last
three words be removed so the language reads" ... parking shall not be permitted in lawn areas."
This would prevent parking in the lawn for all zoning districts (not just residential), which has
been the intent of our ordinances for many years.
• Section 1143.18 (c)(2), regarding the M-2, Light Industrial Zoning District, is proposed to be
amended to still allow for outdoor storage, but limit the area that can be used for storage.
Various businesses within the M-2 district have been increasing their areas of outdoor storage.
To control this activity, a language change to Section 1143.18 (c)(2) is proposed to read: "A
structure or outdoor hard surface area for storage incidental to a permitted use, provided that
the outdoor hard surface area for storage does not exceed 10% of the area of the lot. All
outdoor storage shall be on a hard surface."
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• Section 1151.08 would be amended to include the below new language regarding portable
storage units (aka POD). These units have become very popular, and Staff has recommended
that it would be in the City's best interest to have requirements for the use and placement of a
POD. As these units are temporary, a citizen wishing to use a POD would need to f irst obtain a
temporary use permit. The proposed language is:
"(k) A portable storage unit may occupy a lot or premises as a temporary use accessory to
a principal permitted use for not more than 30 consecutive days. Notwithstanding the
foregoing when the portable storage unit is being used to store personal property as the
result of a calamity (e.g. fire, flood, or other event where there is significant property
damage) or other extenuating circumstances, in which case the Zoning Administrator may
extend the time period in accordance with the duration and frequency of the general
provisions stated within this section. The following restrictions shall apply in all cases:
A portable storage unit shall be located on a hard surface, shall not be located within the
public right-of-way, shall not be located nearer than ten feet to any public right-of-way,
and shall not be located in a manner that creates a sight distance hazard, or otherwise
obstructs vehicular or pedestrian use of a public facility.
A portable storage unit shall not exceed eight feet in height or eight feet in width or 16
feet in length.
A portable storage unit shall be securely locked at all times other than during actual
loading or unloading of items being stored in the unit."
Regarding Subdivision Regulations- Sidewalks:
Section 1119.02(a)(8) Street Design Standards, discusses criteria that must be met with new subdivisions
and reads "Sidewalks of not less than five (5) feet in width shall be provided on both sides of all newly
dedicated streets where a net density of two (2) or more dwelling units per acre has been approved ... "
Under Section 1121.02(f) Street Construction Standards, it states "Sidewalks, including handicap ramps
at intersections and crosswalks, shall be required in all subdivisions and along all existing streets the
entire length where the development abuts and existing street. Planning Commission may exempt
sidewalks in industrial subdivisions."
These two paragraphs contradict each other. For clarification, staff recommends amending Section
1119.02(a)(8) to read: "Sidewalks of not less than five (5) feet in width shall be provided on both sides of
all newly dedicated streets. wl=lere a net efensity of two (2} or more efv1elling t::Jnits per acre l=las been
apJ3reveef ... ".
This proposed amendment would make it clear that sidewalks are required in all districts, unless
specifically exempt under Section 1121.02(f).
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A copy of the staff recommendation considered by the Planning Commission is attached.
By unanimous vote, the Troy Planning Commission recommends the above amendments to Troy City
Council.
The item regarding the Zoning Code will require a public hearing by Council. A public hearing by the
Planning Commission is optional, and the Commission determined not to hold a public hearing on the
Zoning Code proposed amendments. Council's public hearing has been scheduled for the June 16
meeting. The legislation will be on the agenda for a first reading at the June 2 meeting pf Council.
This matter is forwarded herewith for consideration of Troy City Council.
DATE:
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
April I, 2014
Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service & Safety
Tim Davis, Planning & Zoning Manager
Proposed Amendments to Various Ordinances
100 South Market Street
Troy, Ohio 45373
www.froyohio.gov
phone: (937) 339-9481
fax: (937) 339-9341
tim.dovisl.f.i\ froyohio.gov
City staff is recommending three zoning code amendments, one amendment to the Subdivision Regulations, Sign
Code, and On-Street Parking ordinances. With your blessing, I will place the following Zoning Code and
Subdivision amendments on an upcoming agenda for the Planning Commission to review.
ZONING CODE:
1) Lot Coverage is calculated by taking a bird's eye view of the property and calculating all impervious surfaces.
This has proven to create a hardship for industrial companies wishing to expand. Since parking calculations are
based on the size of buildings, businesses are required to expand their parking lots with all building expansions.
This leaves very little room for companies to comply with our requirements. Staff suggests that an alteration be
made to increase the maximum lot coverage. Specifically, increase the M-2 Light Industrial district lot coverage
(section 1143.18(f)(l)) from 50% to 80% and increase the M-3 General Industrial district lot coverage (section
1143.19(f)(l)) from 60% to 80%.
2) In the parking section (1155.07(c)), the last phrase states "parking shall not be permitted in established lawn
areas of residential lots." We propose to remove the last three words so the language reads ... parking shall not be
permitted in lawn areas. This would prevent parking in the lawn for all zoning districts (not just residential),
which has been the intent of our ordinances for many years.
3) Various businesses within the M-2, Light-Industrial zoning district, have been increasing their areas of outdoor
storage. To control this activity, a language change to section 1143.18(c)(2) is proposed. The new language
would read: "A structure or outdoor hard surface area for storage incidental to a permitted use, provided that the
outdoor hard surface area for storage does not exceed 10% of the area of the lot. All outdoor storage shall be on a
hard surface." This alteration allows for outdoor storage but limits the amount that is stored.
4) Portable on Demand Storage (PODS) units have become popular with our residents. It is in the City's best
interest to place several requirements on these items. Since they are intended to be temporary, staff is
recommending that a temporary use permit is obtained prior to a having a PODS. This could be done by adding
the following language under Section 1151 .08:
(k) Portable storage units may occupy a lot or premises as a temporary use accessory to a principal permitted use
for not more than 30 consecutive days. Notwithstanding the foregoing when the portable storage unit is being
used to store personal property as the result of a calamity (e.g. fire, flood, or other event where there is significant
property damage) or other extenuating circumstances, in which case the Zoning Administrator may extend the
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April I, 2014 - Page 2 of2
time period in accordance with the duration and frequency of the general provisions stated within this section. The
following restrictions shall apply in all cases:
(1) Portable storage units shall be located on a hard surface, shall not be located within the public right-
of-way, shall not be located nearer than ten feet to any public right-of-way, and shall not be located in a
manner that creates a sight distance hazard, or otherwise obstructs vehicular or pedestrian use of a public
facility.
(2) A portable storage unit shall not exceed eight feet in height or eight feet in width or 16 feet in length.
(3) Portable storage units shall be securely locked at all times other than during actual loading or
unloading of items being stored in the unit.
SUDIVISION REGULATIONS:
1) Section 1119.02(a)(8) Street Design Standards, discusses criteria that must be met with new subdivisions and
reads "Sidewalks of not less than five (5) feet in width shall be provided on both sides of all newly dedicated
streets where a net density of two (2) or more dwelling units per acre has been approved ... "
Under section 1121.02(f) Street Construction Standards, it states "Sidewalks, including handicap ramps at
intersections and crosswalks, shall be required in all subdivisions and along all existing streets the entire length
where the development abuts and existing street. Planning Commission may exempt sidewalks in industrial
subdivisions."
These two paragraphs contradict each other. For clarification, staff recommends amending section 1119.02(a)(8)
to read: "Sidewalks of not less than five (5) feet in width shall be provided on both sides of all newly dedicated
streets. \Yhere a net deasity of two (2) or more dv;elling \Ulits per aere has beea approved ... ". This makes is clear
that sidewalks are required in all districts, unless specifically exempt under 1121.02(f).
SIGN CODE:
1) Section 749.14 regulates temporary signs for the industrial and commercial districts (they are not permitted in
residential districts). Due to aesthetic and safety reasons, staff is proposing that freestanding temporary signs be
eliminated from the sign code and require all temporary signs to be attached to a building or structure. This can
be accomplished by adding the sentence to the end of Section 749.14, which states: "All temporary signs shall be
attached to a building and conform to the following conditions". In addition, eliminate section (d) of chapter
7491.14, which reads "Setbaek The minimHm setbaek for all freestandmg temporary sigas shall be tea (10) feet
from the publie right of YIB:)' unless othenvise speeifieally stated withia this Siga Code. No temporary siga shall
violate the Yisual obstruetioa reEJ:l:liremeats set forth elsev,zhere iR this eh8fJter."
CODIFIED ORDINANCES:
1) We have a large number of vehicles that are being parked on the street and advertised as 'For Sale'. Section
351.06 discusses the selling, washing, or repairing of vehicles upon the public right-of-way. For clarification, staff
suggests that we add the following sentence to the end of Section 351.06 "When the vehicle is not in motion and
the vehicle is advertised for sale, being washed, greased, or repaired, the principal purpose of the vehicle has
become that activity and no longer holds transportation as the principal purpose."
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1119 OF THE
SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS AND SECTIONS 1151. 1155
AND 1143 OF THE ZONING CODE FOR THE CITY OF TROY.
OHIO
WHEREAS, Council has reviewed Section 1119 of the Subdivision Regulations and
Section 11 51, Section 1155 and Section 1143 of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio, and
determined the appropriate changes are necessary.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as
follows:
SECTION 1: That Section 1119.02(a) (8) of the Regulations for the City of
Troy, Ohio is hereby repealed.
SECTI ON II: That Section 1119.02(a) (8) of the Subdivision Regulations for the City of
Troy, Ohio, as set forth below is enacted and adopted.
"1119.02 STREET DESIGN STANDARDS.
(a) (8) Sidewalks of not less than five (5) feet in width shall be provided on both
sides of all newly dedicated streets. Sidewalk improvements may also be required in all
commercial and industrial subdivisions. Curb ramps that comply with all ADA and other
Federal and State regulations are to be provided at the intersection of all sidewalks and
all streets, as well as all T -intersecting streets. All sidewalks and curb ramps are to be
constructed as per typical construction detail."
SECTION Ill: That Section 1143.18(c) of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio is
hereby repealed.
SECTI ON IV: That Section 1143.18(c) of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio, as
set forth below is enacted and adopted.
"1143.18 M-2 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT.
(c) Permitted Accessorv Uses. The following are permitted as accessory uses
subject to the provisions of Section 1151.04 of this Zoning Code:
(1) Refuse Dumpsters.
(2) A structure or outdoor hard surface area for storage incidental to a
permitted use, provided that the outdoor hard surface area for storage
does not exceed 1 0% of the area of the lot. All outdoor storage shall be
on a hard surface.
(3) Off-street parking and loading as regulated in Sections 1153 and 1155 of
thi s Zoning Code.
(4) Any use which is customarily found in conjunction with principal use as
approved by the Planning Commission."
SECTION V: That Section 1143.18(f) (1) of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio is
hereby repealed.
SECTION VI: That Section 1143.18(f) (1) of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio,
as set forth below is enacted and adopted.
"1143.18 M-2 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT.
(f) Bulk Regulations. All construction on any zoning lot in the "M-2" Li ght Industrial
Di strict shall provide for:
(1) Maximum building lot coverage of eighty (80) percent."
SECTION VII: That Section 1151 .08 of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio is
hereby amended to add subsection (k) as follows:
"1151.08 TEMPORARY USES · AUTHORIZATION.
(k) A portable storage unit may occupy a lot or premises as a temporary use
accessory to a principal permitted use for not more than 30 consecutive days.
Notwithstanding the foregoing when the portable storage unit is being used to store
personal property as the result of a calamity (e.g. fire, flood, or other event where there
is signifi cant property damage) or other extenuating circumstances, in which case the
Zoning Administrator may extend the time period in accordance with the duration and
frequency of the general provisions stated within this section. The following restrictions
shall apply in all cases:
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A portable storage unit shall be located on a hard surface, shall not be located within the
public right-of-way, shall not be located nearer than ten feet to any public right-of-way,
and shall not be located in a manner that creates a sight distance hazard, or otherwise
obstructs vehicular or pedestrian use of a publ ic facility.
A portable storage unit shall not exceed eight feet in height or eight feet in width or 16
feet in length.
A portable storage unit shall be securely locked at all times other than during actual
loading or unloading of items being stored in the uni t. "
SECTION VIII: That Section 1155.07(c) of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio is
hereby repealed.
SECTION IX: That Section 1155.07(c) of the Zoning Code for the City of Troy, Ohio, as
set forth below is enacted and adopted.
"1155.07 GENERAL STANDARDS FOR OFF-STREET PARKING AREAS.
(c) Access. Each off-street parking area shall open directly upon an aisle or
driveway of such width and design as to provide safe and efficient means of vehicular
access to such parking space, and which, except for single-family and two-family
residences, does not require a vehicle to back into a street or highway. Such aisle or
driveway shall not be used for parking of other vehicles, except that the driveway of a
single-fami ly or two-family residence may be counted as one (1) parking space for each
dwelli ng unit. Parki ng shall not be permitted in established lawn areas."
SECTI ON X: That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by law.
Adopted: __________ _
President of Council
Approved: -----------
Attest: ________ ___ _
Clerk of Counci l Mayor
 
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTERS 749 AND 351 OF THE
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO
WHEREAS, City Council members recognize that signs are important to our business
community; and
WHEREAS, Council finds it both necessary and appropriate to amend Chapters 351 and
749 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Troy, Ohio relating to temporary signs and vehicles
on the street advertised for sale; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio as
follows:
SECTION 1: That Section 749.14 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Troy, Ohio is
hereby repealed.
SECTION II: That Section 7 49.14 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Troy, Ohio,
as set forth below, is hereby enacted:
"749.14 TEMPORARY SIGNS.
Temporary Signs. Temporary signs on private property shall be allowed in Industrial
and Commercial Districts only, and upon the issuance of a temporary sign permit unless
heretofore specifically exempted from such permit within this Sign Code. All temporary
signs shall be attached to a building and conform to the following conditions:
(a) Term. A temporary sign may be placed upon a zoning lot during each calendar
year for up to twenty-eight (28) days. These 28 days may be split into a maximum of
four (4), seven (7) day increments.
(b) Number. Only one ( 1) temporary sign permit will be issued at a time. A
maximum of four (4) permits shall be issued per calendar year.
(c) Illumination. Temporary signs shall not be illuminated, unless otherwise
specifically permitted within this Sign Code.
(d) Location. Roof signs and portable changeable copy signs are prohibited in the
Industrial and Commercial Districts.
(e) Maximum Area. The maximum area of any temporary sign shall not exceed a
total of forty-eight (48) square feet, with no single face exceeding twenty-four (24)
square feet."
SECTION Ill: That Section 351 .06 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Troy, Ohio
is hereby repealed.
SECTION IV: That Section 351 .06 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Troy, Ohio,
as set forth below, is hereby enacted:
"351.06 SELLING, WASHING OR REPAIRING VEHICLE UPON ROADWAY.
No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle upon any roadway for the principal
purpose of:
(a) Displaying such vehicle for sale;
(b) Washing, greasing or repairing such vehicle except repairs necessitated by an
emergency.
When the vehicle is not in motion and the vehicle is advertised for sale, being washed,
greased or repaired, the principal purpose of the vehicle stopped, standing or parked on
the roadway has become that activity and no longer holds transportation as the principal
purpose. "
SECTION V: That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by law.
Adopted:
Approved: ----------
Attest:
Clerk of Council
President of Council
Mayor
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ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SALARIES OF CERTAIN
PART· TIME EMPLOYEES OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
OF THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as follows:
SECTION 1: That the following hourly rates are hereby established for the part-time positions
wi thin the Fire Department of the City of Troy, Ohio:
Part-time Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician
Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic
$13.00 per hour
$14.00 per hour
SECTION II: That the employees who fill the part-time positions li sted in Section I herein are
not entitl ed to benefi ts provided to full -time employees of the City of Troy, Ohio.
SECTION Ill: That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date all owed by law.
Adopted: _ _________ _
President of Counci l
Approved: __________ _
Attest: ___________ _
Clerk of Council Mayor
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
TO: Mayor Beamish
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Council Members
FROM: Patrick E. J . Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety
DATE: May 30, 2014
We are providing the following for your information:
• The following bid openings have been scheduled:
o Sidewalk Program 8 is scheduled for Wednesday, June 4. Council
authorized $232,000 for this project.
o 2014 Paving Program is scheduled for Friday, June 12. Council
authorized $695,000 for this project.
• Major Project Update:
o Drury Lane Waterline Replacement- Work is complete.
o Washington/Stanfield Waterline Project - Waterline is installed on
Washington and work proceeds on Stanfield.
o Concord, McKaig, Oxford, Ross - The contractor is working on the
installation of waterline between Concord School and Meadowpoint
Drive. Work is underway as weather permits.
• Wastewater Plant Operator David Kure is retiring on May 31 . He began his
career with the City at the Wastewater Plant on January 26, 1993. We wish
Mr. Kure a happy retirement.
• The City of Troy will start the annual fire hydrant flushing project on June 2.
To check when hydrants may be flushed in your neighborhood, go to the City
website, click on the "I Want To" tab and then click on the "Fire hydrant
flushing map" on the right side. This will show you the interactive hydrant
flushing map and schedule.
• It is officially Strawberry Season! The Troy Strawberry Festival activities start
Friday, June 6, at 6:00 p .m. in the Hobart Arena parking lot, and continue
throughout the weekend downtown and on the levee. It is hoped that the
weather forecast is for sunny days for the festival.
Items of Interest
May 30, 2014
Page Two
• One of the results of the May 21 rain was that, in some areas, corn stalks
and corn husk material washed into residential street areas. We are
attempting to advise our citizens, who are trying to dispose of these items,
that EPA regulations are that this type of plant material cannot be placed in
the Dye Mill Road Facility. Therefore, they cannot be placed in T-bags or
placed at the curb for collection. We will pick up this plant material if placed
in trash containers or trash bags with the regular household refuse.
• Over the past few weeks, City crews have been reminding residents about the
existing procedures for the collection of yard waste, brush, etc., and that
those procedures will be enforced. For the brush and yard waste collection
services, brush must be cut into 4' lengths, bundled and tied. Brush that
contains the root system cannot be collected. Items such as weeds,
leaves, grass, twigs and sticks can only be picked up by the City if they are
placed in T-bags that can be purchased from the City or the True Value
Hardware Store. Any of these items can also be taken to the Dye Mill Road
facility.
• As a reminder, the Downtown Troy Farmers Market will begin on June 14
and will be located on Cherry Street between Main Street and Franklin Street.
This Farmers Market will be open Saturdays for business from 9:00 a.m.
until noon and will run until September 13. The Downtown Farmers Market
plans to have seasonal produce, home-made bakery goods, herbs, honey,
jams and jellies, and artisan cheeses for sale.
• The City was recently contacted by the 122nd Ohio Army National Guard
Band regarding the possibility of a concert on the Public Square. We found
that they had an open date of July 2 which was a date we could
accommodate this group. The band is a 35 member group and their concert
will feature popular music as well as patriotic favorites. The concert will take
place at 7:00 p.m.
• The second River Rock concert is part of our Bicentennial Year, and will be
held on July 5 at 7:00p.m. at Treasure Island Park. This concert is an "Elvis
Tribute" and is known as the Ultimate Tribute featuring Mike Albert and the
Big "E" band.
• Other information provided by City departments is attached.
Upcoming Events at Hobart Arena
July 10- 13, 2014 Troy Skating Club Summer Skating Competition
Items of Interest
May 30, 2014
Page Three
Prouty Plaza Schedule
June 19, 2014 8:00p.m.
June 20, 2014 7:30p.m.
June 27, 2014 Evening
June 29, 2014 7:00p.m.
Cincinnati Symphony Concert
Eric J erardi Band Concert
Troy Streets Alive
Troy Civic Band Concert
July 2, 2014 7:00p.m.
July 11,2014 7:30p.m.
122nd Ohio Army National Guard Band Concert
Barnaby Bright Concert
July 18, 2014 7:30p.m. Ticket to Ride Concert
July 25, 2014 7:30p.m. The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra Concert
Calendar of Meetings
June 2, 2014
June 3, 2014
June 10, 2014
June 11, 2014
June 16, 2014
7:00 p.m. Council
11:00 a.m. Park Board Meeting
3:30 p.m. BZA
3:30p.m. Planning Commission
7:00 p.m. Council
City Hall
Council Chambers
City Hall
Council Chambers
City Hall
City Hall
City Hall
Council Chambers
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this office.
Enclosure
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Operations
Items of Interest
May 30, 2014
Street- Including Solid Waste- Jerry Mullins, Foreman
• Collected and transported 268 tons of residential trash since the last report of
257 tons.
• Delivered recycling bins as requested.
• Asphalted 37 potholes, 7 main breaks and 6 water services.
• Dura-patched 51 spots marked for repair including potholes.
• Replaced various signs throughout the city and prepared the paint equipment for
the painting season.
• Collected brush and leaves while reminding citizens of the rules and regulations
about yard waste. Small items such as grass, leaves, twigs and sticks should be
placed in T-bags, while brush will only be picked up if tied and bundled.
• Mowed rights-of-way and ditches.
• Repaired the seam on West Main Street.
• Collected 11.49 tons of flood damaged household good for 111 houses.
• Poured concrete around water meter pits around the square in preparation of the
Strawberry Festival.
Electrical - Brian Ferree, Foreman
• Completed Ohio Utilities Protection Service requests as needed.
• Installed a new concrete light pole base on the Public Square.
• Began installing the electric service for the air scrubber at the Water Treatment Plant
• Installed several new conduits at the Troy Aquatic Park. These conduits supply power
for motors.
• Attended confined space training.
• Installed a new GFCI outlet at Fire Station #3.
• Placed the American flags on the poles in the downtown area for Memorial Day.
• Repaired a light above the ice at Hobart Arena.
Water Distribution/Sewer Maintenance- Tom Parsons, Foreman
• Marked numerous Ohio Utilities Protection Service tickets.
• Investigated numerous high consumption alerts.
• Completed a number of work orders for Billing and Collection.
• Shut-off non-payment customers and reconnected as payments were made.
• Raised a meter box on South Clay Street.
• Moved water services out of driveways on McKaig Road and 100 Harrison Street.
• Repaired three main breaks on North Road, Harrison Street at Jefferson Street,
and Westgate Circle.
• Replaced a broken 3" valve at Jefferson Street and Madison Street.
• Installed a 1 Y2" tap and installed a meter box for the restrooms at Treasure
Island.
• Upgraded two water services on Lincoln Avenue.
• Disconnected water service on Main Street for building demolition.
• Had water shut down on State Route 718 for connection of new water main going
down Washington Road.
• Vacced hole for power pole for air stripper.
• Vacced up yard hydrant at Duke Park and replaced it with a new yard hydrant.
• Vacced the tanks at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
• Vacced two holes for electric poles at Treasure Island.
• Replaced catch basin on Shaftsbury Road and Adams Street.
• Jetted sewer in the southeast quadrant downtown.
• Helped with storm event on May 21 and May 22.
Water Treatment Plant - Tim Ray
• Contractor and City staff worked on East Staunton Road where the Carbonair
VOC removal unit will be sited. The concrete pad that will support the packed
tower is formed and will be poured by end of week, weather permitting. City
electricians have 460V, 3-phase power to the building. The pump base pads and
controls cabinet work will continue into June.
• Maintenance staff continued the detailed pressure washing of the Train # 1
clarifier basins steelwork, and are approximately 50°/o complete on that work. It
will then be inspected for corrosion and any found will be addressed.
• No damage was noted at the WTP or well fields from the heavy rains experienced
last week. It did result in the cancellation of one grade school tour, due to high
water in several areas around the plant.
• Mitchell Gibson, a Miami East graduate who has completed his first year in
environmental sciences at Hocking Tech, began a summer internship on May 19.
Parts of this internship will count toward his Hocking Studies Credit, and his
work here assists us with the heavier summer workloads.
• Drilling contractors should be on site early next week to drill two additional
monitoring wells to be incorporated into the City of Troy Source Water and
Assessment Plan. Annual sampling of the network will occur in July.
Items of Interest
Engineering Department and Planning Department
May 29,2014
Project Status
ACTIVE PROJECTS
Design is nearing completion. This phase of the project is between the Adams Street Bridge
Adams Street Phase 2
and Staunton Road. A request for Council authorization to bid this project will be coming
soon.
ODOT has funded a portion this project. Design updates will be made by Poggemeyer
Downtown Streetscape Phase 3B
Design Group. Initial survey work is complete. ODOT has completed the environmental
documentation. Next step is to submit information to ODOT for review. This should be
completed in mid June.
Fee Schedule
Staff is preparing to provide information for the annual fee schedule to be presented to City
Council for approval.
Hobart Arena Feasibility Study
Crossroad Consulting Services has been selected to perform the study. A meeting was held
and draft information was presented. Staff requested further definition of that information.
The contract for construction has been awarded to LJ DeWeese. A pre-bid meeting was
Marina Restrooms held and construction is underway, with the structure up and electric being provided. Project
is expected to be completed by mid June.
Marina Boathouse Renovation App Architecture is working on the final design for the building renovation.
The City has received a grant from The Troy Foundation to pay for design of a Mountain
Mountain Bike Trail
Bike Trail on land owned by the City. A purchase order was issued to the International
Mountain Biking Association (I MBA) to design the project. The consultant has been in town
and will be providing feedback in the upcoming weeks.
Staff is working with ODOT regarding the paving along SR 55 on the west side of town as
ODOT Paving well as the traffic circle. Work has been delayed until SFY 2015, with the City's estimated
share of the cost at $78,201.20.
Staff has submitted pre-applications for the three (3) year pipeline of projects that we
OPWC propose to be funded with this program. The projects are: McKaig Road Phase 2, McKaig
Road Phase 3, and N. Market Phase 2.
5/30/2014
Items of Interest
Engineering Department and Planning Department
May 29,2014
Project Status
Preliminary Design was presented to staff. Traffic counts are being done to see how that
Piqua-Troy/Troy-Urbana Intersection effects the needed lanes of traffic. Final design is underway. Some utility relocations are
still being planned. Design is complete and Council will be asked for bidding authority
Council has authorized a contract with RA Consultants. Staff has submitted all requested
Water Regionalization information for evaluation. The Kick-off meeting was held, and provided data is being
reviewed.
The contractor, Lake Erie Electric has completed their work with just punch items left to be
SCADA at WWTP addressed. Programming is complete. The plant will go unmaned on third shift beginning
this weekend.
Flow meters have been installed and are collecting data from the spring rains. That
Sewer Master Plan information will be used in system analysis. Staff has submitted comments to the draft report
and is expecting the final report soon.
2014 Sewer Lining Council authorized the bidding of $2.8 M of sewer work. Bid dates will be established.
Sidewalk Program 7
All work is complete. Public notification of the project completion is complete and the
Ordianance of Assessment has passed. Bills have been sent to the property owners.
Sidewalk Program 8
Council authorized bidding for the Phase 8 sidewalks where the property owner did not take
out a permit to do the work. Bids will be opened on June 4.
Sidewalk, Sewer, and Sump Inspections Inspections are continuing to be completed when requested.
Staff has started working with Miami Valley Lighting and MVCC to determine the best way to
Street Light Conversion convert the City's Mercury Vapor (MV) street lights to High Pressure Sodium (HPS) street
lights as required by law. The next meeting with MVCC has not been scheduled.
Treasure Island Park Design
Staff is preparing to begin the design of this work with Garmann-Miller Architect. Preliminary
review has taken place and they will be submitting more detailed costs.
Utility Design Work
Four waterline projects have been bid and contracts have been awarded. Council authorized
bidding for two additonal waterline projects.
5/30/2014
Items of Interest
Engineering Department and Planning Department
May 29,2014
Project Status
A contract has been approved by Council for the Water Master Plan update. The draft report
Water Master Plan has ben reviewed and comments are being addressed prior to the final version being
distributed. There will be additional work that will be addressed from this Master Plan.
OTHER PROJECTS
Based on the application submitted February 19, Troy was again named as an Honorable
Bicycle Friendly Community Mention Community by the League of American Bicyclists. While we were hoping for better 1
recognition, this is a great accomplishment.
General Specifications and Information A draft of the revision has been submitted to the Service Director's Office.
GPS Data Collection This outdoor work continues as time and weather permit.
SUBDIVISION STATUS
Hawk's Nest Section 2 Waiting for final course of asphalt.
Pleasantview Estates Section 4 The plat has been approved. Construction has not yet begun.
Sections 2 and 3 have been reviewed by Planning Commission and have been approved by
Stonebridge Meadows
City Council. Construction of Phase 2 will begin in the next month. Section 3 construction
will follow. Preconstruction meeting was held. Sanitary sewer is installed and storm sewers
are underway.
City Council has approved the rezoning and Planning Commission has approved the
Halifax
Preliminary Plan. Section One was presented to Planning Commission at the April 23
meeting. The plat was approved by City Council. Infrastructure work is expected to begin in
July.
Staff has received a Plan to convert undeveloped land in the Villages of Concord from condo
Villages of Concord
land to single family lots. This plan was reviewed by staff and forwarded to Planning
Commission. The Planning Commission tabled the matter pending receipt of some
5/30/20
documentation.
4
MEMO
To: Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety
From: Tim Davis, Planning & Zoning Manager
Date: May 28, 2014
Subject: Planning Division Update
I have attached two reports which summarize concerns that are being
addressed by the Planning Division from May 14, 2014 to May 28, 2014.
The first report shows all permits that were issued by the Planning Division.
The report contains the address and type of permit and separates the
information by each ward. There were 42 permits issued during this time
period.
The second report contains the address, type of concern, and a summary of
the current status of on-going issues. Both open and closed concerns are
listed and are separated by each ward.
As in the past, all costs associated with the removal of trash and elimination
of noxious weeds will be invoiced to the property owner. If the property
owner does not pay the invoice, the cost will be assessed to the property
taxes.
CITY OF TROY
PERMIT WORK TYPE STATISTICS REPORT 05/28/2014
PERMIT DATE: 05/14/2014 TO 05/28/2014 11:39 AM
SUBTOTALS PERMITS FEES EST. COST
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CT CONSTRCTION TRAIL-COMM 1 50.00 0
F FENCE 10 100.00 0
HO HOME OCCUPANCY 1 25.00 0
OC BUSINESS CHANGE OF NAME 1 0.00 0
OC OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL 1 50.00 0
OC RETAIL 1 50.00 0
s BANNER 1 25.00 0
s CANOPY/AWNING 1 35.00 0
s REFACE 1 25.00 0
s WALL SIGN 1 41.00 0
s WINDOW SIGN 2 60.75 0
ST SEWER TAP - RES 2 2,400.00 0
T COMMERCIAL 1 50.00 0
WT WATER TAP-RES 2 4,000.00 0
z ABOVE GROUND POOL 2 50.00 0
z ADDITION COMMERCIAL 1 101.00 0
z DECK 1 25.00 0
z DETACHED GARAGE 1 20.00 0
z DRIVEWAY 2 50.00 0
z FENCE 1 10.00 0
z INGROUND POOL 1 10.00 0
z LIGHTING UPDATE 1 100.00 0
z MULTI-FAMILY-RESIDENTAL 1 80.90 0
z PORCH ENCLOSE 1 25.00 0
z SHED 2 50.00 0
z SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT 2 179.52 0
GRAND TOTAL 42 $7,613.17
CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE
PERMIT REPORT
0511412014 TO 0512812014
No permits issued in this Ward during this time period.
CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO
PERMIT REPORT
0511412014 TO 0512812014
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2014065Z 512012014 42 CEDAR ST S BUTCHER, STANLEY 0
DRIVEWAY NIA 945 MAYFIELD DR 25.00
NIA LV 0
REPLACING GRAVEL DRIVEWAY - 5116114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
OIOI BA 0
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2014067Z 512212014 45 DRONFIELD RD ADAMS, STEVEN 0
SHED NIA 45 DRONFIELD RD 25.00
NIA LV 0
SHED - 5116114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 120
OIOI BA 0
I
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2014053F 512712014 204 ELM ST S GREEN, JULIE 0
FENCE NIA 204 ELM ST N 10.00
NIA LV 0
FENCE TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
NIA OIOI BA 0
I
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2014045F 511512014 911 JEFFERSON ST REED, DAVID A 0
FENCE NIA P 0 BOX 986 10.00
NIA 911 JEFFERSON ST LV 0
FENCE - 5113114 NEWARK, NJ 07184 NL 0
NIA OIOI BA 0
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2014037S 511512014 6 MAIN ST E P & C VENTURES 0
WINDOW SIGN NIA 2055 WOODSTOCK CT 30.00
NIA LV 0
LION & LAMB YARN-WINDOW SIGN-4125114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
0101 BA 0
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2014038S 511512014 11 MAIN ST E T & M PROPERTIES 0
WINDOW SIGN NIA P. 0. BOX 508 30.75
NIA LV 0
HER REALTORS-WINDOW SIGN-515114 JACKSON, OH 45640 NL 0
OIOI BA 0
0512812014
10:50 AM
0512812014
10:50 AM
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20140350C 5/15/2014 104 MAIN ST E CONARD, ROBERT 0
OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL N/A 3765 PETERSON RD 50.00
N/A LV 0
STAFFORDS (OC) 5/12/14 FLETCHER, OH 45326 NL 0
0/0/ BA 0
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20140360C 5/15/2014 108 MAIN ST E CONARD, BOB 0
RETAIL N/A 2100 CO RD 25A S 50.00
N/A LV 0
THE ESSENTIALS 2 (OC) 5/13/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
0/0/ BA 0
I
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2014066Z 5/22/2014 819 MAIN ST E FULS, LORRIE A 0
DECK N/A 819 MAIN ST E 25.00
N/A LV 0
DECK - 5/16/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 468
0/0/ BA 0
I
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2014002CT 5/27/2014 943 MAIN ST W O'REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES 0
CONSTRCTION TRAIL-COMM N/A 233 PATTERSON S 50.00
N/A LV 0
O'REILLY- CONSTRUCTION TRAILER-4/17/14 SPRINGFIELD, MO 65802 NL 256
N/A 0/0/ BA 0
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2014039S 5/15/2014 9 MARKET ST N FUENTES, ARTURO LUIS 0
CANOPY/AWNING D08000490 836 MAIN ST W 35.00
N/A LV 0
HOME EXPERTS REALTY-SIGN-5/2/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
0/0/ BA 0
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2014076Z 5/27/2014 93 MERRY ROBIN RD MULLINS, JERRY 0
ABOVE GROUND POOL N/A 93 MERRY ROBIN RD 25.00
N/A LV 0
ABV GROUND POOL 5/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
0/0/ BA 0
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2014046F 5/15/2014 912 SHAFTSBURY RD SEITZ, MELVIN 0 HESS FENCING
FENCE N/A 912 SHAFTSBURY RD 10.00 12112 STATE ROUTE 185
10076 LV 0 VERSAILLES, OH 45380
FENCE - 5/15/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
NOTTINGHAM 0/0/ BA 0
I
2014047F 5/1612014 731 SHERWOOD DR IIAMES, MARK AND NICOLE 0
FENCE NIA 731 SHERWOOD DR 10.00
10403 LV 0
FENCE - 4128/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
OIOI BA 0
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2014044F 511412014 315 WATER ST W CROSIER, DONNA 0
FENCE NIA 315 WATER ST W 10.00
NIA LV 0
FENCE - 4122114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
OIOI BA 0
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2014002HO 512012014 1303 GREENFIELD DR WAGAR, OLIVE 0
HOME OCCUPANCY D08045430 1303 GREENFIELD DR 25.00
NIA LV 0
ORGANIZED BY OLIVE - 5116114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
MEADOWLAWN 3 0101 BA 0
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CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE
PERMIT REPORT 0512812014
0511412014 TO 0512812014 10:50 AM
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20140752 512712014 814 CLAY ST S HIBBARD, ANGELA 0
FENCE NIA 814 CLAY ST S 10.00
NIA LV 0
FENCE 5119114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
0101 BA 0
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20140702 512212014 1023 CRAWFORD ST S LUNDY, CHRIS 0
ABOVE GROUND POOL NIA 1023 CRAWFORD ST S 25.00
NIA LV 0
ABOVE GROUND POOL - 5121114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 720
NIA OIOI BA 0
I
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20140370C 512112014 1469 MARKET ST S HAROLD E. TRADER, LLC 0
BUSINESS CHANGE OF NAME NIA 2255 KESSLER-COWLESVILLE
10197 LV 0
FLIGHT LINE COFFEE CAFE-NAME CNG-512111 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
NIA OIOI BA 0
I
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2014040S 512112014 1469 MARKET ST S HAROLD E. TRADER, LLC 0
BANNER NIA 2255 KESSLER-COWLESVILLE 25.00
10197 LV 0
FLIGHT LINE COFFEE CAFE-SIGN-5120114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
NIA OIOI BA 0
I
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2014041S 512112014 1469 MARKET ST S HAROLD E. TRADER, LLC 0
REF ACE NIA 2255 KESSLER-COWLESVILLE 25.00
10197 LV 0
FLIGHT LINE COFFEE CAFE-TEMPSIGN-512011 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
NIA OIOI BA 0
I
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2014052F 512712014 266 ROSS ST W CARR, EZRA 0
FENCE NIA 266 ROSS ST W 10.00
NIA LV 0
FENCE 5119/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
0101 BA 0
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2014071Z 512212014 1143 SCOTT ST SCHIELTZ, JERRY 0
DETACHED GARAGE D08032480 1143 SCOTT ST 20.00
NIA LV 0
DETACHED GARAGE - 5120114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 320
CLOVERDALE OIOI BA 0
I
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2014069Z 512212014 251 UNION ST S
ADDITION COMMERCIAL NIA
NIA
COMMERCIAL ADDN 5114
NIA
I
ROESSER, CODY
1118 JEEP ST
TROY, OH 45373
0101
CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR
PERMIT REPORT
0511412014 TO 0512812014
2014008T
COMMERCIAL
511512014 722 GRANT ST COLE, BOB
2915ST 511912014
SEWER TAP - RES
NIA 1251 MULBERRY ST S
NIA
KOINOS-TENT(UP 5124-DOWN 5131114) 51911 TROY, OH 45373
NIA OIOI
1131 POND VIEW DR
NA
10148
I
518" SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 5119114
EDGEWATER FIVE 0101
I
HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
701 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
0
101.00
100
0
0
0
50.00
0
0
0
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
1200.00 701 MARKET ST N
LV 2229 TROY, OH 45373
NL 1835 937-339-9944
BA 1340
0512812014
10:50 AM
1176WT 511912014 1131 POND VIEW DR
WATER TAP-RES NA
10148
1" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 5119114
EDGEWATER FIVE 0101
I
2014068Z 512212014 1131 POND VIEW DR
SINGLE FAMILY WIBASMNT NA
10148
SGL FAMILY WIBASEMENT - 5119114
2914ST 511512014
SEWER TAP - RES
EDGEWATER FIVE
2663 SHADY TREE DR
NIA
8935
I
OIOI
518" SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 5112114
NIA 0101
I
1175WT 511512014 2663 SHADY TREE DR
WATER TAP-RES NIA
8935
1" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 5112115
NIA OIOI
2014062Z 511412014
SINGLE FAMILY WIBASMNT
2663 SHADY TREE DR
NIA
8935
I
SGL FAMILY WIBASEMENT - 5112114
NIA
I
2014073Z 512312014 1137 WESTRIDGE DR
PORCH ENCLOSE D08034020
NIA
SCREENED PORCH - 5120114
I
OIOI
0101
HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
701 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373
HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
701 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373
HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
701 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373
HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
701 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373
HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
701 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373
EMERICK, BILLY JOE & SHARON
1137 WESTRIDGE DR
TROY, OH 45373
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
2000.00 701 MARKET ST N
LV 2229 TROY, OH 45373
NL 1835 937-339-9944
BA 1340
LV
NL
BA
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
90.64 701 MARKET ST N
2229 TROY, OH 45373
1835 937-339-9944
1340
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
1200.00 701 MARKET ST N
LV 1720 TROY, OH 45373
NL 2168 937-339-9944
BA 1720
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
2000.00 701 MARKET ST N
LV 1720 TROY, OH 45373
NL 2168 937-339-9944
BA 1720
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
88.88 701 MARKET ST N
1720 TROY, OH 45373
2168 937-339-9944
1720
0
25.00
0
196
0
CITY OF TROY - WARD FIVE
PERMIT REPORT
0511412014 TO 0512812014
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2014051F 512212014 1324 COVENT RD
FENCE D08034870
NIA
FENCE - 5/16/14
WESTBROOK 2
I
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2014063Z 511512014 1000 DORSET RD N
SHED D08058570
NIA
SHED - 5114114
BROOK PARK NORTH 1
I
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2014074Z 512312014 310 LAKE ST
DRIVEWAY NIA
NIA
DRIVEWAY - 5120114
NIA
I
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2014072Z 512312014 1420 MAIN ST W
LIGHTING UPDATE NIA
2014050F
FENCE
2014042S
WALL SIGN
NIA
TACO BELL-LIGHTING REVISION
512012014 70 FOX HARBOR DR
D08101236
NIA
FENCE - 5115114
FOX HARBOR 1
512712014 2347 MAIN ST W
NIA
NIA
WALL SIGN 5114
I
I
I
BRADLEY, ANTHONY
1324 COVENT RD
TROY, OH 45373
OIOI
HESS, KEVIN AND CAROL
1000 DORSET RD N
TROY, OH 45373
OIOI
SMITH, PATRICK
310 LAKE ST
TROY, OH 45373
OIOI
DW28 MONROE LLC
PO BOX 5580
TOLEDO, OH 43613
OIOI
CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX
PERMIT REPORT
0511412014 TO 0512812014
OIOI
OIOI
GULKER, BRANDON
70 FOX HARBOR DR
TROY, OH 45373
BRUNS PROP LTD
3050 TIPP COWLESVILLE RD
TIPP CITY, OH 45371
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
0
10.00
0
0
0
0
25.00
0
140
0
0
25.00
0
588
0
0
100.00
0
0
0
0
10.00
0
0
0
0 SIGN DYNAMICS
0512812014
10:50 AM
05128/2014
10:50 AM
41.00 2781 THUNDERHAWK COURT
0 DAYTON, OH 45414
0 937-264-2070
0
2014061Z 511412014 2213 MORNING GLORY CIR MESSLER FAMILY INVESTMENTS 0 FIRST TROY
MULTI-FAMILY-RESIDENTAL NIA 997 MARKET ST N, SUITE 04 80.90 997 N MARKET ST., SUITE 4
NIA LV 2250 TROY, OH 45373
THREE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL - 4130114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 840 937-335-5223
NIA OIOI BA 0
I
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2014048F 511612014 2810 WAGON WHEEL WAY BELL, GARY AND TAMI 0
FENCE D08102200 2810 WAGON WHEEL WAY 10.00
NIA LV 0
FENCE 5115114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
CARRIAGE CROSSING 2 OIOI BA 0
I
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2014064Z 511612014 2810 WAGON WHEEL WAY BELL, GARY AND TAMI 0 KNICKERBOCKER POOLS
INGROUND POOL D08102200 2810 WAGON WHEEL WAY 10.00
NIA LV 0
INGROUND POOL - 5115114 TROY, OH 45373 NL 648
CARRIAGE CROSSING 2 OIOI BA 0
I
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2014049F 512012014 210 WESTHAVEN DR SYCAMORE LTD 0
FENCE NIA BOX 67 10.00
NIA LV 0
FENCE - 5116114 MINSTER, OH 45865 NL 0
OIOI BA 0
I
20140626 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
05/14/2014 TO 05/28/2014
424 MAPLECREST DR
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, certified, mailed 5-16-14, follow up
5-29-14.
5-20-14 sb Brenda Heath tel. She is selling this house to a guy
in West Milton. She will call the guy about getting it mowed.
I gave her until 5-30-14.
5-27-14 sb Green card dated 5-20-14.
20140632 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
STONY RIDGE 2
801 MAPLECREST DR
5-19-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-26-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140647 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
MEADOWLAWN SA
1035 MYSTIC LN N
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certified, follow up 5-30-14.
5-27-14 sb Green card dated 5-23-14, follow up 5-29-14.
20140641 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
503 STAUNTON RD E
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-22-14 sb Owner tel. Has been mowed.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-5-14.
20140642 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
HERITAGE HILL 10
1575 SARATOGA DR
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-27-14
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-10-14
20140643 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
1726 SARATOGA DR
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-10-14.
20140644 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
HUNTERS RUN 1
1486 MICHAEL DR
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certified, follow up 5-30-14.
5-27-14 sb Green card dated 5-23-14, follow up 5-29-14.
20140645 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
1412 SARATOGA DR
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-10-14.
20140646 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
906 MYSTIC LN
05/28/2014
11:48:52 AM
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass tall, send to OZ, follow up 6-10-14.
20140689 5/22/2014 920 LINWOOD DR
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
5/22/14 sb Tall Grass Certificate Follow Up 5/29/14.
20140687 5/22/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
2479 THORNHILL DR
5/22/14 sb Tall Grass Certificate Follow Up 5/29/14.
20140589 5/15/2014
PERMIT VIOLATION
N/A
CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
05/14/2014 TO 05/28/2014
204 ELM ST N
5-15-14 dp Noticed fence posts had been set but no fence has been
built as of yet, friendly letter first to get compliance for a
permit, follow up 5-27-14.
5-22-14 dp letter returned, will re-send
05/28/2014
11:48:52 AM
With mailing address from B&C of 2396 Waterford Dr, follow up 5-29-14.
20140599 5/16/2014 832 ATLANTIC ST
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
5-16-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, Certified, follow up 5-27-14.
20140608 5/16/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
213 ELM ST S
5-16-14 sb Ted called and asked for a letter for this property.
He is picking up today. Follow up 5-23-14.
5-19-14 sb Ted tel. Grass cut. Follow up 6-2-14
20140602 5/16/2014 1567 MAIN ST W
VEHICLE ON GRASS VEHICLE MOVED
N/A
5-16-14 dp Complaint of a red ford truck in the front yard,
Certified, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Green card back dated 5-23-14, noticed today the
vehicle was moved, close.
20140619 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
114 ELM ST S
5-14-1 sb Tall weeds, certified, mailed 5-16-14, follow up
5-23-14.
5-19-14 sb Green card dated 5-17-14, follow up 5-23-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-6-14.
20140620 5/19/2014 127 ASH ST
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, certified, mailed 5-16-14, follow up
5-23-14.
5-19-14 sb Green card dated 5-17-14, follow up 5-23-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-6-14.
20140627 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
CULBERTSON HEIGHTS
711 MARKET ST N
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, certified and certificate, mailed 5-16-14,
follow up 5-22-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-5-14.
20140640 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
1262 MAIN ST W
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-10-14.
20140688 5/22/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
GREENFIELD
1098 GREENFIELD DR
5/22/14 sb Tall Grass Certificate Follow Up 5/29/14.
20140702 5/27/2014 808 MARKET ST N
VEHICLE ON GRASS
5-27-14 dp Complaint of a vehicle for sdale in the grass,
Certified, follow up 6-3-14.
20140592 5/15/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
05/14/2014 TO 05/28/2014
808 CLAY ST S
5-15-14 dp tall grass and weeds, Certificate, follow up 5-21-14.
5-21-14 dp Letter returned, forwarding expired, re-send to new
address of 10 March Ave Brookville, OH 45309, follow up 5-27-14.
5-22-14 dp Received info that the owner is deceased and Wells
Fargo has control, I spoke with Peter and the bank does not
own as of yet. Knowing it is vacant now it will be
forwarded to property preservation to be mowed asap, follow up
5-30-14.
20140591 5/15/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
SOl MULBERRY ST S
5-15-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, Certified, follow up 5-20-14.
5-20-14 dp Green card back dated 5-19-14, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass ok, follow up 6-2-14.
05/28/2014
11:48:52 AM
20140595 5/15/2014
VEHICLE ON GRASS
N/A
115 RACE ST W
5-15-14 sb Black Toyota car on grass. Certified, follow up
5-26-14.
20140603 5/16/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
317 WALNUT ST S
5-16-14 dp tall grass and weeds, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp I was told this is a foreclusure, grass is ok,
follow up 6-9-14.
20140604 5/16/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
326 WALNUT ST S
5-16-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, Certified, follow up 5-27-14.
20140605 5/16/2014 326 WALNUT ST S
TRASH & DEBRIS
5-16-14 dp Trash in the curblawn not in bags or cans, Certified
with cc to tenant, follow up 5-22-14.
20140606 5/16/2014 410 WALNUT ST S
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
5-16-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, certified, follow up 5-27-14.
5-21-14 dp Green card back dated 5-20-14, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass is tall send to OZ, follow up 6-2-14.
20140607 5/16/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
412 WALNUT ST S
5-16-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140615 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
119 RACE ST W
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, mailed 5-16-14, follow up
5-22-14.
5-19-14 sb Abe Farrier tel and griped me out. Told me I'm
harassing him because I sent him a tall weed letter during a
rainy week. He did say he complied.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-5-14.
20140616 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
223 PLUM ST S
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, mailed 5-16-14, certificate, follow up
5-22-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-5-14.
20140617 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
304 CHERRY ST S
COMPLETED
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, sent Wade an email.
5-16-14 sb Email from Wade, grass mowed, he was out of town.
Close.
20140618 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
111 RACE ST W
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, mailed 5-16-14, follow up
5-22-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-5-14.
20140628 5/19/2014 115 RACE ST W
VEHICLE ON GRASS VEHICLE MOVED
N/A
5-14-14 sb Black Toyota car on grass. Mailed 5-16-14 Certified,
follow up 5-27-14.
5-19-14 sb William tel. Claims he was washing his car that day
(it poured rain all day) and that's why he was parked up in the
grass. He says there is gravel at the back of the lot next to
the alley with some weeds in it. I told him he could kill the
weeds and park on the gravel along the alley but not up in the
yard. He said he would park on the street.
5-27-14 sb Letter came back unclaimed, car has been moved.
Close.
20140621 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
802 MC KAIG AVE
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, certified, mailed 5-16-14. Follow up
5-23-14.
5-20-14 sb Green card dated 5-17-14, follow up 5-23-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-6-14.
20140650 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
606 CANAL ST E
5-20-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, Certified, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Green card back dated 5-22-14, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140638 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
507 FRANKLIN ST W
5-20-14 sb Tall grass. Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140639 5/20/2014 327 LINCOLN AVE
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
5-20-14 sb Tall weeds, certified, follow up 5-29-14.
5-22-14 sb Green card dated 5-21-14, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-10-14.
20140667 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
115 UNION ST S
5-21-14 dp Tall weeds and grass, certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140672 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
229 MULBERRY ST S
5-21-14 dp Tall weeds, Certified, follow up 5-28-14.
20140671 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
166 DAKOTA ST W
5-21-14 dp tall weeds and grass, Certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140684 5/22/2014
OUTDOOR STORAGE
N/A
1005 WALKER ST
5-22-14 dp Noticed 2 appliances in the drive in front of the
fence, Certificate, follow up 6-23-14.
20140622 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds,
5-27-14
5-21-14 sb MJ received
5-16-14
815 MC KAIG AVE
certified, mail 5-16-14, follow up
called that this property was mowed
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-10-14
5-27-14 sb Green card dated 5-21-14
20140581 5/14/2014
VEHICLE ON GRASS
HAWKS NEST
CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
05/14/2014 TO 05/28/2014
1782 JILLANE DR
5-14-15 dp Travel trailer parked in the grass, Certified, follow
up 5-22-14.
5-21-14 dp Certified returned unclaimed, re-send certificate,
follow up 5-29-14.
20140590 5/15/2014
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
N/A
252 VINCENT AVE
5-15-14 dp Complaint of gutter damage, Certificate, follow up
6-16-14.
20140634 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
SOUTHVIEW ESTATES 3
330 VINCENT AVE
5-19-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass ok, follow up 6-2-14.
20140633 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
SOUTHVIEW ESTATES 2B
308 VINCENT AVE
5-19-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, certified with cc to tenant,
follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Green card back dated 5-22-14, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140679 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMONT CREEK
1522 WILLIAMSBURG PL
5-21-14 dp Tall grass, Certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
05/28/2014
11:48:52 AM
20140669 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMOND CREEK FIVE
1051 LAUREL TREE CT
5-21-14 dp Tall weeds and grass, Certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140675 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMONT CREEK FIVE
1545 WILLIAMSBURG PL
5-21-14 dp Tall grass, certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140676 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMONT CREEK FIVE
1559 WILLIAMSBURG PL
5-21-14 dp Tall grass, Certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140678 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMONT CREEK
1530 WILLIAMSBURG PL
5-21-14 dp tall grass, certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140674 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMONT
1510 WILLIAMSBURG PL
Tall weeds and grass, Certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140677 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMONT CREEK FIVE
1560 WILLIAMSBURG PL
5-21-14 dp Tall grass, Certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140673 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
OAKMONT CREEK FIVE
1544 WILLIAMSBURG PL
5-21-14 dp tall weeds and grass, Certificate, follow up 5-28-14.
20140670 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
CONWOOD ESTATES
2334 WORTHINGTON DR
5-21-14 dp Tall weeds and grass, Certified, follow up 5-28-14.
5-27-14 dp green card back dated 5-22-14, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Received a phone message this would be taken care of
on the 23rd, grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140651 5/20/2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
0 PAUL REVERE WAY
TRASH REMOVED
5-20-14 dp Complaint of an old fountain pume
the pond, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Fountain pump has been moved into
along the bank of
the water, Close.
20140596 5/15/2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
CITY OF TROY - WARD FIVE
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
05/14/2014 TO 05/28/2014
402 LAKE ST
TRASH REMOVED
5-15-14 sb Shopping cart in the yard, trash. Certificate, follow
up 5-21-14
5-20-14 sb Shopping cart gone. Close.
20140600 5/16/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
1311 MAIN ST W
5-16-14 dp Tall weeds and grass, Certified, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Green card back dated 5-22-14 follow up 5-28-14.
20140601 5/16/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
1567 SUSSEX RD
5-16-14 dp Tall weeds and grass, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Certificate returned, B&C has this as Katherine
Davey at 321 Grant St, will re-send certificate, follow up
6-2-14.
20140623 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
402 LAKE ST
5-14-14 sb Tall weeds, certificate, mailed 5-16-14, follow up
5-22-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass getting tall but not 10", check back 6-2-14.
20140624 5/19/2014 402 LAKE ST
TRASH & DEBRIS TRASH REMOVED
N/A
5-14-14 sb Shopping cart hitched to pole in yard. Certificate,
follow up 5-22-14.
5-27-14 sb Shopping cart gone. Close.
20140625 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
1010 DRURY LN
5-14-1 sb Tall weeds, certificate, mailed 5-16-14, follow up
5-22-14.
5-27-14 sb Grass ok, follow up 6-5-14.
20140631 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
WESTBROOK 4
1519 SURREY RD
5-19-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140630 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
376 DORSET RD N
5-19-14 dp tall grass and weeds, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass ok, follow up 6-9-14.
20140629 5/19/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
1415 SUSSEX RD
05/28/2014
11:48:52 AM
N/A
5-19-14 dp Tall grass and weeds, certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass tall, send to OZ, follow up 6-2-14.
20140683 5/22/2014
SIGN VIOLATIONS
N/A
1491 SURREY RD
5-22-14 dp Complaint of a construction sign in the frint yard
that should have been removed by now, Certificate, follow up
5-29-14
20140701 5/27/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
WESTBROOK 13
1072 DORCHESTER RD
5-27-14 dp Complaint of tall weeds and grass, Certificate,
follow up 6-2-14.
20140681 5/22/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
1408 MAIN ST W
5/22/14 sb Tall Weeds. Certificate follow up 5/30/14.
20140680 5/22/2014 615 SUMMIT AVE
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
5/22/14 sb tall weeds. Certified follow up 5/30/14.
20140649 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
05/14/2014 TO 05/28/2014
0 KINGS CHAPEL DR N
5-20-14 dp Tall weeds and grass along curb lawn next to farm
field, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass tall, send to OZ, follow up 6-2-14.
20140648 5/20/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
0 KINGS CHAPEL DR N
5-20-14 dp Tall weeds and grass along curd lawn next to farm
field, Certificate, follow up 5-27-14.
5-27-14 dp Grass tall, send to OZ, follow up 6-2-14.
20140668 5/21/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
2 CORPORATE DR
5-21-14 dp Tall grass and weeds between the curb and the planted
field, Certified, follow up 5-28-14.
5-27-14 dp Green card back dated 5-23-14, follow up 5-28-14.
20140686 5/22/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
2509 THORNHILL DR
5/22/14 sb Tall Grass Certified follow up 6/02/14.
05/28/2014
11:48:52 AM
20140682 5/22/2014 108 KINGS CHAPEL DR
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
KINGS CHAPEL 1
5/22/2014 sb Tall Weeds Certified Follow Up 6/02/14.
20140685 5/22/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
N/A
2523 THORNHILL DR
5/22/14 sb Tall Grass Certificate Follow Up 5-28-14.
5-28-14 sb Grass tall, send to OZ. Follow up 6-11-14
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7:00 PM - 9:30 PM CANES &
PUCKS
15
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM THOMPSON
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM CANES &
PUCKS
22
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM THOMPSON
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM CANES &
PUCKS
29
9:00AM -10:00 AM THOMPSON
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM CANES &
PUCKS
2 3
9:00AM - 5:00 PM FREESTYLE 19:00 AM - 3:30 PM FREESTYLE
5:00PM - 5 30 PM SNOW PLOW SAM 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM TSC BRIDGE
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM BASIC/HOCKEY SKILLS
6:40PM - 7:40PM DROP IN 5-10
7:50PM-8:50PM DROP IN 11-14
9:00PM- 10:00 PM DROP IN 15-18
9
9:00AM - 5:00 PM FREESTYLE
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM SNOW PLOW SAM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM BASIC/HOCKEY SKILLS
6:40PM-7:40PM DROP IN 5-10
7:50PM-8:50PM DROP IN 11-14
9:00PM -10:00 PM DROP IN 15-18
16
9:00AM - 5:00 PM FREESTYLE &
INSTALLING NEW HARNESS
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM SNOW PLOW SAM
5:30PM - 6:30PM BASIC/HOCKEY SKILLS
7:00PM -10:15 PM WOOD
HOCKEY CLINIC
23
10
9:00AM -11:00AM GRAHAM P.E.
11 :30 AM - 3:30 PM FREESTYLE
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM TSC BRIDGE
17
9:00 AM - 11 :00 AM TECUMSEH
12:30 PM-2:30PM ANGELIC
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM TSC BRIDGE
7:00PM -10:15 PM WOOD
HOCKEY CLINIC
24
9:00AM - 12:30 PM FREESTYLE 19:00 AM - 12:30 PM FREESTYLE
1 :00 PM - 2:30 PM HS HKY CAMP 1 :00 PM - 2:30 PM HS HKY CAMP
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM HS HKY CAMP 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM HS HKY CAMP
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM SNOW PLOW SAM · - ·
5:30PM-6:30PM BASIC/HOCKEY SKILLS 6.00 PM 7.00 PM TSC BRIDGE
6:40PM-7:40PM DROP IN 5-10
7:50PM-8:50PM DROP IN 11-14
9:00PM - 10:00 PM DROP IN 15-18
30
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM FREESTYLE
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM SNOW PLOW SAM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM BASIC/HOCKEY SKILLS
6:40PM-7:40PM DROP IN 5-10
7:50PM-8:50PM DROP IN 11-14
9:00PM- 10:00 PM DROP IN 15-18
June 2014
Monthly Planner
4 5
9:00AM - 3:30 PM FREESTYLE 19:00 AM - 5:00 PM FREESTYLE
6:40PM-7:40PM DROP IN 5-10 5:30PM - 6:00PM SNOW PLOW
7:50PM-8:50PM DROP IN 11-14 SAM
9:00PM- 10:00 PM DROP IN 15-18 6:00PM-7:00PM BASIC SKILLS
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM CURLING
11 12
9:00AM - 3:30 PM FREESTYLE 19:00 AM - 12:30 PM FREESTYLE
6:40 PM - 7:40 PM DROP IN 5-10 1 :00 PM - 2:30 PM KIDDIELAND
7:50PM-8:50PM DROP IN 11-14 3:00PM-5:00PM FREESTYLE
9:00PM -10:00 PM DROP IN 15-18 5:30PM-6:00PM SNOW PLOW
18
9:00AM - 3:30 PM FREESTYLE
7:00PM -10:15 PM WOOD
HOCKEY CLINIC
25
SAM
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM BASIC SKILLS
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM CURLING
19
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM FREESTYLE
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM SNOW PLOW
SAM
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM BASIC SKILLS
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM CURLING
26
6
9:00AM- 12:00 PM DELIVER
GYMNASTIC EQUIPMENT
TO VANCLEVE
13
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM PUBLIC
SKATE
20
7
14
10:00 AM - 3:45 PM HOCKEY
TRYOUTS
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM WONDERLY
HOCKEY LEAGUE
21
1 :00 PM - 3:00 PM PLAYGROUND 16:00 PM - 9:00 PM WONDERLY
8:00PM- 10:00 PM PUBLIC HOCKEY LEAGUE
SKATE
27 28
9:00AM - 12:30 PM FREESTYLE 9:00AM - 12:30 PM FREESTYLE 11:00 PM - 2:30 PM HS HKY CAMP 16:00 PM - 9:00 PM WONDERLY
1 :00 PM - 2:30 PM HS HKY CAMP 1 :00 PM- 2:30 PM HS HKY CAMP 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM HS HKY CAMP HOCKEY LEAGUE
3:30PM-5:00PM HS HKY CAMP 3:30PM-5:00PM HS HKY CAMP 8:00PM -10:00 PM PUBLIC
6:40PM-7:40PM DROP IN 5-10 5:30PM-6:00PM SNOW PLOW SKATE
7:50PM-8:50PM DROP IN 11-14 SAM
9:00PM -10:00 PM DROP IN 15-18 6:00PM-7:00PM BASIC SKILLS
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM CURLING
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