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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
INVOCATION
ROLL CALL Excuses
AGENDA, TROY CITY COUNCIL
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2014, 7:00 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
motion/second/roll call vote
PUBLIC HEARING 0-31-2014, Rezone IL 2176 (1200 S. Crawford St.) from M-2, Light Industrial District, R-5,
Single-Family Residential District
SUMMARY OF MINUTES
COMMITTEE REPORTS
October 6, 2014
Citizen comments on committee reports or agenda items - two minute limit
RESOLUTIONS
R-42-2014
R-44-2014
R-45-2014
R-46-2014
R-47-2014
ORDINANCES
0-31-2014
Bid Marina Building Improvements, $1,000,000
Funding for 2015 for Miami County Health District, $330,656.24
Application for Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) project for 2016,
McKaig Road Improvement Phase Ill
ODOT Consent paving of part of SR 718 in 2016, no cost to City
Easement & Right of Way to DP&L for underground utilities, lighthouse
structure at Treasure Island Park
Rezoning IL 2176 (1200 S. Crawford St.) from M-2, Light Industrial District, R-5,
motion/second/roll call vote
3rd Reading
1st Reading
EMERGENCY 1st Reading
EMERGENCY 1st Reading
EMERGENCY 1st Reading
Single-Family Residential District PUBLIC HEARING 10-20-2014 2nd Reading
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:
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: Oct. 20, 2014 Troy City Council Meeting
DESCRIPTION RESOLUTION NO. 1ST READING 2ND READING 3RD READING PUBLIC HEARING SUSPENSION ADOPTION
Bid Marina Bldg Improvements R-42-2014 9/15/2014 10/6/2014
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OPWC application for McKaig Ill R-45-2014
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ODOT consent - pave part of SR 718 R-46-2014
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Easement & R/W DP&L for lighthouse R-47-2014
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ORDINANCE NO.
Rezone 1200 S Crawford, M-2 to R-5 0-31-2014 10/6/2014 10/20/2014
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October 6, 2014
MINUTES OF COUNCIL
A regular session of Troy City Council was held Monday, October 6, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers.
Members Present: Clark, Heath, Kendall, Oda, Phillips, Snee, Tremblay and Twiss.
Upon motion of Mr. Phillips, seconded by Mr. Clark, Mr. Schweser was excused from this meeting by
unanimous roll call vote.
Presiding Officer:
Others Present:
Martha A. Baker,
Michael L. Beamish,
Patrick E. J. Titterington,
James R. Livingston,
John A. Stickel,
President of Council
Mayor
Director of Public Service and Safety
Director of Law
Auditor
INVOCATION: An invocation was given by Council Member Clark. The Pledge of Allegiance followed the
invocation.
PRESENTATION.
INTRODUCTIONS:
Troy Senior Citizens Center Board President Neal Webster and Executive Director
Tamara Ganger presented cookies to elected officials to thank them for the support of
the Troy Senior Citizens Center.
Outgoing ?'h grade and incoming 5th grade members of Mayors Youth Council were
introduced, as well as current 5th grade members.
Katherine Hayes, newly appointed Executive Director of Troy Main Street, Inc. was
introduced.
MINUTES: The Clerk gave a summary of the minutes of the September 15, 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.
Kendall, to approve these minutes. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.
COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Law & Ordinance Committee: Mr. Phillips reported as follows:
1. Committee recommends that legislation be prepared to accept the dedication of 0.3473 acres of right-of-way
on Peters Road, which is part of Outlot 424, so that a house being constructed on Peters Road will have the
required frontage.
2. Committee recommends that legislation be prepared amending the sign code to remove the color restrictions
for changeable copy signs in all zoning districts to permit full color displays, with all other restrictions remaining.
As the new sign for the Hobart Arena would be able to utilize a full color changeable copy sign, Committee
supports emergency legislation in view of the lead time required for a new sign to be manufactured.
Reports signed by Phillips and Snee.
Recreation & Parks Committee: Mr. Heath, Chairman, reported that Committee recommends legislation be
prepared authorizing a grant application for funding assistance to resurface areas of the recreational trail from
Miami Shores Golf Course to the Market Street Bridge, Adams Street Bridge to Ridge Avenue, and Trade
Square to Lytle Road. Committee noted that the City would be responsible for $56,600, or 20% of the estimated
project cost. The grant application would be to the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission (MVRPC),
which entity is administering the State Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). As there is an October 8
grant application deadline, emergency legislation is supported.
Report signed by Oda, Tremblay and Heath.
CITIZEN COMMENTS:
-Lester Conard, 1210 S. Clay Street, commented that he opposes the Riverfront Development Project as he
believes the debt on the project is excessive and more consideration should be given to what is best for the
citizens. He also commented about his understanding related to the Mayor of Miamisburg not supporting
Riverfront Development and Mayor Beamish commented that is not correct and suggested Mr. Conard ask the
Mayor of Miamisburg about that directly.
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RESOLUTION NO. R-42-2014
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 MARINA BUILDING
IMPROVEMENTS
This Resolution was given first title reading on September 15, 2014.
Given second title reading.
Mr. Phillips moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Clark.
Yes: Twiss, Phillips and Oda.
No: Clark, Heath, Snee, Kendall and Tremblay. RESOLUTION FAILED SUSPENSION
RESOLUTION NO. R-43-2014
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF
TROY, OHIO TO SUBMIT APPLICATIONS FOR FEDERAL MAP-21 FUNDS (RELATED TO RECREATIONAL
TRAIL RESURFACING) THROUGH THE MIAMI VALLEY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION AND
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
This Resolution was given first title reading.
Mr. Phillips moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Kendall.
Yes: Clark, Heath, Snee, Phillips, Oda, Kendall, Tremblay and Twiss.
No: None.
Mr. Kendall moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes: Heath, Snee, Phillips, Oda, Kendall, Tremblay, Twiss and Clark.
No: None. RESOLUTION ADOPTED
ORDINANCE NO. 0-29-2014
ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE DEDICATION OF A RIGHT-OF-WAY
This Ordinance was given first title reading.
Mr. Phillips moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes: Snee, Phillips, Oda, Kendall, Tremblay, Twiss, Clark and Heath.
No: None.
Mr. Kendall moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Twiss.
Yes: Phillips, Oda, Kendall, Tremblay, Twiss, Clark, Heath and Snee.
No: None. ORDINANCE ADOPTED
ORDINANCE NO. 0-30-2014
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 749 OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO
AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
This Ordinance was given first title reading.
Mr. Kendall moved for suspension of rules requiring three readings. Motion seconded by Mr. Tremblay.
Yes: Oda, Kendall, Tremblay, Twiss, Clark, Heath, Snee and Phillips.
No: None.
Mr. Phillips moved for adoption. Motion seconded by Mr. Kendall.
Yes: Kendall, Tremblay, Twiss, Clark, Heath, Snee, Phillips and Oda.
No: None. ORDINANCE ADOPTED
ORDINANCE NO. 0-31-2014
ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOT 2176 (PARCEL NO. DOB-022170) IN THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO FROM M-2, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT TO R-5, SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
This Ordinance was given first title reading.
October 6, 2014 Page Three
COMMENTS OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY: Mr. Titterington commented as
follows:
-The reconstruction of N. Market/Piqua-Troy Road/Troy-Urbana Road intersection is underway, the road is
barricaded and closed, and for the safety of the workers in the work zone there is zero tolerance for those who
go around the barricades.
-The Adams Street Phase 2 Project has also started. Any road closing for this project will be minimal and of
short duration.
-CSX has advised the City of their plans to put new rails down at the Staunton Road railroad crossing, which will
close that crossing for a week to two weeks. The work is expected to take place at the end of October. As
soon as CSX announces the work dates, detour information will be issued.
-Leaf collection starts next week weather permitting. The cooperation of citizens is appreciated in following the
regulations for this service. A map of the zones and leaf collection schedule is on the City's website.
COMMENTS OF PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL: Mrs. Baker asked if, in light of some emails that have been
received, could the letter sent to residents regarding non-compliance regarding yard waste be reworded to
indicate trash and/or yard waste. Mrs. Baker indicated that some residents may be confused or offended by the
reference that their yard waste is trash. Mr. Titterington advised that the letter will be reviewed, but the code
reference needs to be included.
AUDIENCE COMMENTS:
Lester Conard, 1210 S. Clay Street, commented that a call was made to the City about a tree at the corner of
Charles and Clay Street that is dead and has a broken limb, but there has not been a response.
There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:36 p.m.
Clerk of Council President of Council
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Safety & Health Committee
COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
2015 HEAL TH DISTRICT AGREEMENT/FUNDING
SUMMARY REPORT: (To be read at Council Meeting)
DATE: October 6, 2014
Committee members Oda and Clark met on October 6 to discuss the 2015 funding of the Miami County Health District.
Troy's funding is based on the millage equivalent as paid by 22 of the 24 political subdivisions in the County for public
health services. Troy's payment is funded from the General Fund. Troy's 2015 Miami County Public Health funding
would be $330,656.24, which is a decrease of 4.51 % from the 2014 funding.
RECOMMENDATION: (To be read at Council Meeting)
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared to approve the 2015 funding to the Miami County
Health District for public health services for Troy citizen in the amount $330,656.24.
DETAILED REPORT:
Respectfully submitted,
Alan R. Clark
Brock A. Heath
Robin I. Oda, Chairman
Safety & Health Committee
Committee members Oda and Clark met on October 6, 2014 to discuss the 2015 funding for the Miami County Health
District. This meeting was also attended by Council President Baker, Council Members Kendall, Phillips and Snee, the
City Auditor, the Director of Public Service and Safety, and members of the City staff.
Since 2001, funding to the Miami County Health District has been based on the millage equivalent as paid by 22 of the 24
political subdivisions in the County for public health services. Troy's payment is funded from the General Fund. In
November of 2012 Troy placed on the ballot funding the District through taxes, but the ballot issue failed.
Troy's 2015 Miami County Public Health funding would be $330,656.24 based on the equivalency of the .4 outside millage
plus .2 inside millage, the Public Utility Personal Property Taxes (PUPPT), and the Tangible Personal Property Tax
Replacement Fund (TPPTRF). This is a 4.51 % decrease from the 2014 funding.
As was noted during the Committee discussion, funding of public health through Miami County is at a lesser cost than if
the City provided its own Health District .
RECOMMENDATION:
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared to approve the 2015 funding to the Miami County
Health District for public health services for Troy citizens in the amount $330,656.24.
Cc: Council, Mayor Beamish, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickel, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, media
TO:
FROM:
COMMITIEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Streets & Sidewalks Committee
DATE: October 6, 2014
SUBJECT: ODOT CONSENT LEGISLATION, PAVING SR 718 FROM WASHINGTON ROAD TO THE
INTERSTATE
SUMMARY REPORT: (to be read at Council meeting)
Committee members Phillips and Snee met on October 6 to consider the consent legislation provided by the
Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) regarding the ODOT paving project for part of SR 718, from
Washington Road to 1-75. This project will be bid by ODOT in 2016, and the work will be done at no cost to
the City.
RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting)
We recommend that the consent legislation provided by ODOT be approved related to the paving of part of
SR 718. We support the legislation being presented as an emergency measure.
DETAILED REPORT:
Respectfully submitted,
Brock A. Heath
Lynne B. Snee
Bobby W. Phillips, Chairman
Streets & Sidewalks Committee
Committee members Phillips and Snee met on October 6, 2014, to consider the consent legislation provided
by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) regarding the ODOT paving project of part of SR 718,
from Washington Road to 1-75. This meeting was also attended by Council President Baker, the City
Auditor, Council Members Clark, Oda and Kendall , the Director of Public Service and Safety, and members of
the City staff.
This project will be at no cost to the City. As a small portion of the project area is within the City, consent of
the City is required. This project is scheduled to be bid by ODOT in State FY 2016. Based on the standard
ODOT format, the consent legislation would be an emergency measure.
RECOMMENDATION:
We recommend that the consent legislation provided by ODOT be approved related to the paving of part of
SR 718. We support the legislation being presented as an emergency measure.
cc: Council
Mayor
Mr. Livingston
Mr. Stickel
Mr. Titterington
Clerk
Staff
Media
TO:
FROM:
COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Streets and Sidewalks Committee
DATE: October 6, 2014
SUBJECT: OPWC APPLICATION FOR McKAIG ROAD IMPROVEMENT PHASE Ill
SUMMARY REPORT: (To be read at Council meeting)
Committee Members Phillips and Snee met on October 6 regarding authorizing an application for Ohio Public
Works Commission (OPWC) funds for the McKaig Road Improvement Phase Ill. The project scope includes
roadway reconstruction/paving, sidewalk/curb/gutter, and utility work. The project area is from the railroad crossing
at Monroe Street to the alley west of Lake Street. While this project has not yet been designed, it is currently
estimated at $1,091,940. The OPWC grant would not exceed $525,000. This project would be designed in 2015 and
constructed in 2016.
RECOMMENDATION: (To be read at Council meeting)
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing the Director of Public Service
and Safety to file an application for OPWC funds for the McKaig Road Improvement Phase Ill. As the application
deadline is October 31 , we support emergency legislation.
DETAILED REPORT:
Respectfully submitted,
Brock A. Heath
Lynne B. Snee
Bobby W. Phillips, Chairman
Streets & Sidewalks Committee
Committee Members Phillips and Snee met on October 6, 2014 to consider recommending the application be
submitted for Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) Funds for the 2016 construction of the McKaig Road
Improvement Phase Ill. Also attending the meeting were Council President Baker, Council Members Clark, Kendall
and Oda, the City Auditor, the Director of Public Service and Safety, and members of the City staff.
The City was notified by the Ohio Public Works Integrating Committee that the City's application for the McKaig
Road Improvement Phase Ill has scored high enough to receive funding. The project area would be on McKaig
Road from the railroad crossing at Monroe Street to the alley west of Lake Street. The project scope includes
roadway reconstruction/paving, sidewalk/curb/gutter, and utility work.
While this project has not yet been designed, it is currently estimated at $1,091,940. A more definitive estimate will
be part of the design process; however, the OPWC grant would not exceed $525,000. The City will be required to bid
the project and seek reimbursement for the State portion. The design of this project will be included in the 2015 budget.
Construction would be in 2016.
RECOMMENDATION:
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing the Director of Public Service
and Safety to file an application for OPWC funds for the McKaig Road Improvement Phase Ill. As the application
deadline is October 31, we support emergency legislation.
Cc: Council, Mayor, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickel, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, media
TO: Mrs. Baker, President of Council
FROM: Utilities Committee
COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
DATE: October 16, 2014
SUBJECT: RIGHT OF WAY AND EASEMENT TO DP&L FOR LIGHTHOUSE PLACEMENT
SUMMARY REPORT: (To be read at Council Meeting)
Committee members Clark and Tremblay met on October 15 to consider authorizing the Board of Park Commissioners to
enter into an electric right of way and easement document with DP&L to provide for an underground easement related to
the placement of the lighthouse structure at Treasure Island Park. The lighthouse is The Troy Foundation's Legacy Gift to
the City in recognition of the Bicentennial. The fabrication of the lighthouse structure is nearing completion. The right of
way and easement will provide the documentation for DP&L's removal of a pole and overhead electric and providing
underground utilities for the lighthouse so that the base work can be completed.
RECOMMENDATION: (To be read at Council Meeting)
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing the Board of Park Commissioners to
execute an electric right of way and easement to the Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L) associated with the
lighthouse structure project at Treasure Island Park. So that the right of way and easement can be executed as soon as
possible, we support emergency legislation.
DETAILED REPORT:
Respectfully submitted,
William C. Twiss
Alan R. Clark
Douglas W. Tremblay, Chairman
Utilities Committee
Committee members Tremblay and Clark met on October 15, 2014 to review the Board of Park Commissioners
recommendation for Council to authorize that Board to enter into an electric right of way and easement document with
DP&L to provide for an underground easement related to the placement of the lighthouse structure at Treasure Island
Park. The lighthouse is The Troy Foundation's Bicentennial Legacy Gift to the City in recognition of the Bicentennial.
This meeting was also attended by the Director of Public Service and Safety and members of the City Staff.
DP&L is eliminating a pole and overhead electric line over the river, and establishing underground utilities. The
underground utility work will include boring a hole from the transformer substation that is located between the Hobart
Arena and the levee area near the Barn in the Park. The new utility line needs to be in place prior to any more work being
done to construct the base for the lighthouse structure and the installation of the lighthouse. The fabrication of the
lighthouse is nearly done. This work has been on DP&L's schedule, but the right-of-way and easement documents were
recently received. So that there is no delay in executing these documents and completing the project, we were asked to
consider emergency legislation. There is no cost to the City for this work.
RECOMMENDATION:
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing the Board of Park Commissioners to
execute an electric right of way and easement to the Dayton Power and Light Company (DP&L) associated with the
lighthouse structure project at Treasure Island Park. So that the right of way and easement can be executed as soon as
possible, we support emergency legislation.
Cc: Council, Mayor Beamish, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Stickel, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, media
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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 MARINA BUILDING
IMPROVEMENTS
WHEREAS, Council has established a need to improve the Marina Building at
Treasure Island Park,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, as
follows:
SECTION I: That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy,
Ohio is hereby authorized to advertise for bids and enter into a contract for the Marina
Building Improvements, in accordance with the specifications now on file in the office of
the Director of Public Service and Safety, at a cost not to exceed One Million Dollars
($1,000,000.00).
SECTION II: That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date allowed
bylaw.
Adopted: _________ _
Approved: _________ _
Attest:-----------
Clerk of Council
President of Council
Mayor
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CITY OF TROY, OHIO
RESOLUTION No. R-44-2014
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF
PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY,
OHIO TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE
MIAMI COUNTY GENERAL HEAL TH DISTRICT FOR
HEAL TH SERVICES
WHEREAS, the City Health Department combined with the Miami County
General Health District in 1993, and
WHEREAS, the fees paid by the City of Troy for Troy residents are to be
approximately equivalent to the basis of fees paid by other County entities,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, as
follows:
SECTION I: That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy,
Ohio is hereby authorized to enter into an agreement with the Miami County General
Health District (dba Miami County Public Health) and that the fee for the City of Troy to
the Health District for 2015 is Three Hundred Thirty Thousand, Six Hundred Fifty-six
Dollars and 24/100 ($330,656.24).
SECTION II: That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date allowed
bylaw.
Adopted: __________ _
President of Council
Approved: _________ _
Attest: ___________ _
Clerk of Council Mayor
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CITY OF TROY, OHIO
RESOLUTION No. R-4s-2014
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC
SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR OHIO PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION
(OPWC) FUNDS FOR THE McKAIG ROAD IMPROVEMENT
PROJECT PHASE Ill AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
WHEREAS, the City has determined to make the McKaig Road Improvement
Project Phase Ill a 2016 Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) Project; and
WHEREAS, OPWC will fund approximately 48% or up to Five Hundred Twenty-five
Thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($525,000.00) of said construction cost and the City will
fund the remainder of said construction cost.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio,
as follows:
SECTION I: That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy,
Ohio is hereby authorized to fi le all necessary applications and documents with the State
of Ohio concerning the OPWC project of the McKaig Road Improvement Project Phase 111.
SECTION II: That this Resolution is declared to be 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 the application is required to be filed by
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A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONSENT AND
COOPERATION WITH THE OHIO DEPARTMENT
OF TRANSPORTATION FOR A RESURFACING
PROGRAM THAT INCLUDES STATE ROUTE 718
WITHIN THE CITY OF TROY, AND DECLARING
AN EMERGENCY
Qfdinaace/Resolution# R-46-2014
PID No. 88689
D07 MICRO PM FY16
The following is enacted by the City of Troy, Miami County, Ohio,
hereinafter referred to as the CITY, in the matter of the stated described project.
SECTION I - Project Description
WHEREAS, the STATE has identified the need for the described project:
To complete microsurface of the existing roadway at various locations within District 7 to include
State Route 718 Straight Line Mile 8.35 to Straight Line Mile 10.14 a portion within the City of
Troy, Miami County, Ohio. Said project is further identified as D07 MICRO PM FY16.
NOW THEREFORE, be it ordained by the City ofTroy, Ohio.
SECTION II - Consent Statement
Being in the public interest, the CITY gives consent to the Director of Transportation to complete
the above described project.
SECTION ill - Cooperation Statement
The CITY shall cooperate with the Director of Transportation in the above-described project as
follows:
The CITY has no obligation for costs for the project as described in Section I. ODOT will provide
all Federal-aid and State funds as set aside by the Director of Transportation for the financing of
this improvement from funds allocated by the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department
of Transportation.
In addition, the CITY also agrees to pay One-Hundred Percent (100%) of those features requested
by the CITY which are determined by the State and Federal Highway Administration to be
unnecessary for the Project.
If curb ramps are constructed by ODOT in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
future maintenance of installed sidewalk curb ramps shall be the responsibility of the City. The
City shall adjust any existing castings, as required, with City forces.
SECTION IV - Utilities and Right-of-Way Statement
The CITY agrees that all right-of-way (if applicable) required for the described project will be
acquired and/or made available in accordance with current State and Federal regulations. The
CITY also understands that right-of-way costs include eligible utility costs. The CITY agrees to
be responsible for all utility accommodation, relocation, and reimbursement and will comply with
the current provisions of23 CFR 645 and the ODOT Utilities Manual.
SECTION V - Maintenance
Upon completion of the Project, and unless otherwise agreed, the CITY shall: (I) provide adequate
maintenance for the Project in accordance with all applicable state and federal law, including, but
not limited to, Title 23, U.S.C. Section 116; (2) provide ample financial provisions, as necessary,
for such maintenance of the Project; (3) maintain the right-of-way, keeping it free of obstructions;
and, (4) hold said right-of-way inviolate for public highway purposes.
SECTION VI - Authority to Sign
The _Ei=tor of Public Sernco"'d Safety of said City of Troy is hereby empowered on behalfof
(Cont1a.ctua1 AgcntTitlc)
the City of Troy to enter into contracts with the Director of Transportation necessary to complete
the above described project.
SECTION VI - Emeri:eocy
That this Resolution 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 fwther reason to expedite the highway project and to promote
highway safety, NOW WHEREFORE this Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and approval
by the Mayor.
Adopted: __________ _
President of Council
Approved: _ ________ _
Attcst: ___
Clcrk of Council Mayor
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RESOLUTION No. R-41-2014
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RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF PARK
COMMISSIONERS TO GRANT A RIGHT OF WAY AND
EASEMENT TO DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY
(DP&Ll AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
WHEREAS, The Troy Foundation has funded a lighthouse structure to be
placed at Treasure Island Park as a Bicentennial Legacy Gift to the City of Troy; and
WHEREAS, it has been determined that underground utility work will need to be
completed prior to the installation of the lighthouse.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy,
Ohio as follows:
SECTION I: That the Board of Park Commissioners are hereby authorized to
execute an electric right of way and easement to the Dayton Power and Light
Company (DP&L) to complete the underground utility work necessary.
SECTION II: That this Resolution 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 the utility work needs to be completed prior to
the installation of the lighthouse, NOW, WHEREFORE, this Resolution shall be
effective immediately upon its adoption and approval by the Mayor.
ADOPTED:
President of Council
APPROVED: _______
ATTEST:
Clerk of Council Mayor

Qb\0 City ot Troy

TO: Mrs. Baker, President, Troy City Couna1
FROM: Sue Knight, for the Troy Planning Commission
DATE: September 17, 2014
SUBJECT:REPORT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION ON A REZONING APPLICATION INLOT 2176
(PARCEL DOB-022170), WHICH IS THE ADDRESS OF 1200 S. CRAWFORD STREET, FROM THE ZONING OF
M-2, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT, TO THE ZONING OF R-5, SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT.
On September 10, 2014, the Troy Planning Commission considered the rezoning of lnlot 2176 (PARCEL 008-
022170), which .is the address of 1200 S. Crawford Street, Troy, Ohio, from the zoning of M-2, Light Industrial
Olstriet, to the zoning of R-5, Single-Family Residential District. The owner of the property is Charles Griesemer;
the applicant is Jerry Miller.
The Commission had received a report of City staff, which was reviewed as part of the meeting discussion. That
report indicates that the owner plans to continue to use the property as a single-family residence. Under the
current M-2 zoning, if something happened to the property that destroyed more than 50% of the property, It could
not be rebuilt for residential use. A copy of the packet provided to the Commission is attached.
The Planning Commission determined not to hold a public hearing on this rezoning application.
By unanimous vote, the Troy Planning Commission recommends to Troy City Council that the requested rezoning
be approved for lnlot 2176 (PARCEL 008-022170), which is the address of 1200 S. Crawford Street, Troy, Ohio,
from the zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District, to the zoning of R-5, Single-Family Residential District, based on
the following findings of staff:
o The area has the same zoning to the west, north, and east as the proposed zoning classlfication.
o The parcel meets the bulk requirements for an R-5 zoned property and fits the use well.
o The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code.
o The rezoning would eliminate a non-conforming use.
This request is forwarded hereYJith to Council for consideration.
The Public Hearing before Council has been set for the October 20 meeting of Council.
The following Information will be attached as part of this report:
"' Information provided by City staff, which included the report of staff.
o A listing of permitted uses for both the M-2 and R-5 Districts.
o Copy of the draft minutes of the September 10 meeting of the Planning Commission regarding this
rezoning application.
Encl.
TO: Troy Planning Commission
FROM: Planning Staff
DATE: September 10, 2014
SUBJECT: Rezoning: 1200 South Crawford Street
OWNER: Charles Griesemer
APPLICANT: Jerry Miller
BACKGROUND:
Jerry Miller, agent for Charles Griesemer, owner of 1200 South Crawford Street, has
applied for Planning Commission to consider allowing the rezoning of 1200 South
Crawford Street. Currently the property is zoned M-2, Light Industrial District, and the
applicant requests that the zoning of the parcel be rezoned to R-5, Single Family
Residential.
The property consists of .15 acres located on the NE comer of South Crawford Street and
Racer Street. The surrounding zoning districts include R-5, Single-Family Residential to
the north, west and east, and M-2, Light Industrial District to the south. A map depicting
the surrounding zoning districts has been attached to this report
DISCUSSION:
The Zoning Code describes the R-5 district as "designed to accommodate single-family
dwellings on lots with areas of at least six thousand (6,000) square feet per dwelling unit
This parcel meets the required bulk requirements of the R-5 zone.
The Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use (Figure 14-2) shows the surrounding area to
be predominately residential use with light industrial to the south.
In reviewing a rezoning proposal, Section 1139.07 outlines the criteria on which to
base decisions:
(A) Whether the change in classification would be consistent with the intent and purpose
of this Zoning Code.
The proposed rezoning is consistent with the Zoning Code, specifically with sections
113 l.02(e), and (r). These sections dictate the intent and purpose of the Zoning Code.
Theses sections are listed below:
);> 1131.02( e) "To separate incompatible land uses and to cluster compatible and
mutually supportive land uses".
);> 1131.02(r) "To direct particular land uses to the parcels of land best suited for
them ... "
The rezoning is consistent with the above listed intentions of the Zoning Code. The
residential use of the property fits well with the current uses that exist in the area.
(B) Whether the proposed amendment is made necessary because of changed or
changing conditions in the area affected, and, if so, the nature of such changed or
changing conditions.
The application was not submitted based upon any changing conditions in the area.
(CJ Whether the uses that would be permitted on the property if it were reclassified would
be compatible with the uses permitted on other property in the immediate vicinity.
The use would be permitted on the existing parcels of land located to the west, north, and
east of the proposed rezoning area
(D) Whether adequate utility, sewer, and water facilities, and all other needed public
services exist or can be provided to serve the uses that would be permitted on a property
if it were reclassified
All utilities are provided.
(E) The amount of vacant land that currently has the same zoning classification as is
proposed for the subject property, particularly in the vicinity of the subject property, and
any special circumstances, in any, that make a substantial part of such vacant land
unavailable for development.
There is no vacant land in the vicinity of this proposed rezoning.
(F) Whether the proposed amendment would correct an error in the application of this
'Zoning Code as applied to the subject property.
Not applicable in this request.
PUBLIC HEARING:
Due to the straight forward nature of the rezoning request and the fact that City Council is
required to hold a public hearing if the request proceeds on, staff does not feel that a
public hearing before the Planning Commission is warranted.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff is recommending that the Planning Commission recommend approval of the
rezoning from M-2, Light Industrial District to R-5, Single Family Residential District,
based on the following:
o The area has the same zoning to the west, north, and east as the proposed zoning
classification; and
o The parcel meets the bulk requirements for an R-5 zoned property and fits the use
well; and
o The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of
Troy Zoning Code.; and
o The rezoning would eliminate a non-conforming use.
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Scheduled Planning Commission Meeting
Officie Use Oniy
(Held every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 3:30 p.m.)
Date Requested: q ...
Applicant(s) scheduled on the agenda will be notified
Date Filed d tJ = I t/
Accepted by
Filing Fee Pd. o V
Receipt#
APPLICATI ON IS DUE lWO (2) WEEKS PRIOR TO MEETING
FO ZO G AME DME T
CITY OF TROY PLANNING COMMISSIO
(MUST BE TYPED OR PRINTED LEGIBLY IN BLACK INK)
(READ SECTION 1139 OF THE ZONING CODE BEFORE COMPLETING APPLICATION)
An application for an amendment to the City of Troy, Ohio Zoning Code that would change the zoning classification for
the property located at /JI. DD 5 . <Je.A blf JJ /( b G I::.
(Street Address)
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(State the Interest of the applicant)
PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
1. The reasons for seeking a change in the zoning classification or zoning text: Attach as EXHIBIT "A".
2. The legal description of the land proposed to be reclassified: Attach as EXHIBIT "B".
3. A site plan prepared by a registered engineer, surveyor or architect in duplicate drawn to such scale as to clearly
show:
a. The actual dimensions of the subject property according to the recorded plat of such property, lot
numbers, it' s present zoning classification, existing and proposed uses: Attach as EXHIBIT "C".
b. The present zoning classification of all surrounding lands located within two hundred and fifty (250) feet
of the land proposed to be reclassified: Attach as EXHIBIT "D".
c. A list (see example) of the names, addresses, and lot numbers of the owners of property within a radius
of two hundred and fifty (250) feet from the parcel or parcels of land proposed to be reclassified:
Attach as EXHIBIT ''E"
i. Include one (1) copy of County Tax Maps
ii. Include two (2) sets of mailing labels
4. 2 complete sets (Exhibits A-E) reproducible in a format no larger than 11"x17"
5. Filing Fee of $150.00 made payable to the City of Troy
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I HEREBY DEPOSE AND SAY THAT THE ABOVE STATEMENTS AND THE ST
THE EXHIBITS PREPARED BY ME A.ND TRANSMITTED HEREWITH ARE TRU .
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Qb+h day of -Avys+
N ov. , .:lOJ5
(Month/Date/Year)
BETH SHAFFER, Notary Publ!E'
ln and For the State of Ohio (Notary Public)
My Commission exp. N9v. 1, 20
(For Office Use Only - Do Not Write Below This Line)
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
EXHIBIT A Reasons for Zoning Reclassification
EXHIBIT B Legal Description
EXHIBITC Site Plan: lot dimensions, lot numbers, current zoning, existing and proposed uses
EXHIBIT 0 Site Map with Zoning & Owners within 250 feet of parcel
EXHIBIT E Property Owners List within 250 feet of parcel
Labels Two (2) Sets of Mailing Labels of Property Owners
Copies Fifteen ( 15) Complete Sets in a reproducible format 11"x17"
Map(s) One (1) County Tax Map(s)
Filing Fee Check issued to City of Troy for $150.00
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Additional Documentation (List):
PLANNING COMMISSION DISPOSITION:
PUBLIC HEARING DATE


RECOMMEND AT 10 N TO CITY COUNCIL
CITY COUNCIL DISPOSITION:
1st Reading: 2"d: 3rd:
PUBLIC HEARING DATE
COUNCIL COMMITIEE RECOMMENDATION
Denied: CITY COUNCIL ACTION
Ordinance Number:
Effective Date:
Revised 10125/11
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RECORDXNG FEE 28.00
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GENERAL WARRAiif'l!Y DE$Jl)
Denver Campbell and Susan Campbell, lrusband and wife, for valuable
consideration paid, grants with general warranty covenants, to Charles G. Griesemer,
whose tax-mailing address is 1200 S. Crawford St .. Troy. Ohio 45373. the following
REAL PROPERTY:
Situate in the State of Ohio, County of Miami and City of Troy, to-wit:
Being Inlot Number Two Thousand One Hundred Severity-six (2176) as shown
on the recorded Plat of said City.
Subject to all easements and restrictions oCrecord,
Parcel No.: DOS-022170
Grantee herein assumes and agrees to pay a ll taxes and assessments due and
payabJe in .July, 2014 and thereafter.
Prior instrument reference: Volume 753. Page 876 ofthe Deed Records of Miami
County, Ohio.
Executed this JO'" day of June, 2014.
STATE OF Omo COUNTY OF MIAMI SS:
BE IT REMEMBERED, that on this 10th day of June, 2014, before me, the
subscriber, a Notary Public in and for said state, personally came, Denver Campbell and
Susan Campbell. husband and wife, the grantors in the foregoing deed, and acknowledged
the signing thereof to be their voluntary act and deed.
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City of Troy
Planning and Zoning Department
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Troy, Ohio 45373
Reason for zoning reclassification: Continued use as a single
family residence. The property has a long history of use as a
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Automobile fuel dispensing station. Foster Family Home.
Automobile parkiiig garages. Public parks, playgrounds and conummity centers.
Automobile parking lots. Public utility.
Automobile repair garages - including body work. Schools - primary, intcnnediate and secondary - public or private.
Bakeries - wholesale sales. Single family dwellings.
Beverage distributors and bottling plants.
Bone, canvas, cellophane, clay, cloth, cork, feathers, felt - manufacturing, assembling treatment.
Building material sales and storage facilities.
Carpentry shops.
Cash advance businesses.
Cement block and formed products manufacturing.
Cold storage plants.
Commercial greenhouses and nurseries.
Contractor sales, storage and equipment yards.
Crematoriums (pet and hwnan).
Dairy and food product processing and packaging.
Driver training schools (trucks).
Dry cleaning- commercial.
Electrical and electronic products, components and equipment - manufacturing, assembling or n:pair.
Equipment rental services, including cars, trucks and trailers.
Exterminating services.
Fiber, fur, glass, hair, horn, leather, paper, plastics, rubber, precious or semi-precious stone or metal.
Food brokers - relatl, wholesale and storage without processing.
Froun food lockers.
Garden stores.
Government buildings, structures, or premises used exclusively by goverrunents
Govemrnent buildings, structures, or premises used exclusively by govcrrunents
Heating, AC, electric and phnnbing sales, service and repair.
Liquid fuel, petroleum products, petroleum, and volatile oils - bulk storage stations.
Machine shops, tool and die shops.
Machinery and heavy equipment rental, sales and storage.
Manufacturing, assembling or repair of medical, dental, optical and similar precision instruments.
Meat processing and packaging, exclusive of slaughtering.
Medical and dental laboratories.
Metal products, excluding structural steel and foundry products or prepared materials
Moving and storage companies.
Musical instruments - manufacturing, assembling or repair.
Novelties, toys and rubber products - manufacturing, assembling or repair.
Pawn shops.
Pharmaceutical products, including cosmetics, toiletries and perfumes.
Pool Halls.
Printing, publishing, binding and typesetting plants.
Private clubs.
Public utJ1ity.
Railroad stations, depots, train yards, classification yards and team tracks.
Research and engineering laboratories.
Sales offices and service centers.
Sawing and planning mills.
Sexually orfontcd business.
Sign painting and manufilcturc.
Stone products processing and manufacturing.
Tattoo parlor1l.
Truck fuel dispensing stations.
Truck repair facility.
Truck sales and service.
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Trucking and motor freight terminals.
Watches and clocks, including clock operated devices - manufacturing, assembling or repair.
Water filtration plants and pumping stations.
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REZONING OF INLOT 2176 (PARCEL 008-022170). 1200 S. CRAWFORD STREET, FROM THE ZONING
OF M-2. LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT, TO THE ZONING OF R-5. SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT;
OWNER OF THE PROPERTY IS CHARLES GRIESEMER; THE APPLICANT IS JERRY MILLER. Mr. Miller was
present. Staff commented that Jeny Mlller, agent for Charles Griesemer, owner of 1200 South Crawford Street {Parcel
D0&-022170), has applied for the rezoning; property consists of .15 acres located on the NE comer of South Crawford
Street and Racer Street; surrounding zoning districts include R-5, Single-Family Residential to the north, west and east,
and M-2, Light Industrial District to the south; the Zoning Code describes the R-5 district as "designed to accommodate
single-family dwellings on lots with areas of at least six thousand {6,000) square feet per dwelling unit"; this parcel meets
the required bulk requirements of the R-5 zone; the Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use (Figure 14-2) shows the
surrounding area to be predominately residential use with light industrial to the south. The staff report further noted:
"In reviewing a rezoning proposal, Section 1139.07 outlines the criteria on which to base decisions:
(AJ Whether the change in cJass/fication would be consfstrmt with the /ntsnt and purpose of this Zoning Code.
The proposed rezoning is consislent wi1h the Zoning Code, specifically with sections 1131.02(e), and (r). These secijons dictate the intent and
purpose of the Zoning Code. Theses sections are listed below:
> 1131.D2(e) "To separate land uses and to cluster compatible and mutuany supportiw land uses".
> 1131.02(r) 'To direct particular land uses to the parcels of land best suited for them ...
The rezoning is consistent with lhe above listed Intentions of lhe Zoning Code. The resldential use of lhe property fits well wilh the current
uses 1hat eJ<ist in the eree.
(BJ the proposed amerntnent Is made necessary becauss of changed or changing conditions Jn the BIVa affected, and, ii so, the
nalut8 of such chBl'lg6d or changing conditions.
The application was not submllted based upon any changing conditions In the area.
(CJ Whether the uses that woo/d be permitted oo the properly ii it were reclassified would be compatble with /he uses permitted on othtJr
properf'l In the lmmedisle viclnily.
The use would be pennltted on the eldsting parcels of land located to the north, and east of the proposed rezoning area.
(DJ IMlether adequale 1118/ty. sew11r, and water facilities, and all other needed public salVices exist or can be provided to li8TVB th" uses that
would be permitlfld on a property ii it were reclaUfied.
All utilities are provided.
(E) The amount of vscant land that currently has the same zoning classification as is proposed for the stJbiec1 property. psrlfrularly in the
vicinity of the subject property, and any special circumstanoes, in any, that make a substanlial part of such vacant land unavallabfe for
development.
Thare is no vacant land in the vicinity rJ 1his proposed rezoning.
(F) the proposed amendment would correct an error in the application of /his ZDnlng Code as applied to /he subject property. Not
applicable in this request.
Staff recommended approval based on
o The area has the same zoning to the west, north, and east as the proposed zoning classification; and
o The parcel meets the bulk requirements for an R5 zoned property and frts the use well; and
o The proposed re.zoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code.; and
o The rezoning would eliminate a non-conforming use.
Mr. Kappers asked if it is known why the request has been made. Mr. Davis commented that the City had earlier
contacted this owner about rezoning to a residential category, but the owner had decided to wait a while.
PUBLIC HEARING. A motion was made by Mr. Force, seoonded by Mr. Titterington, that the Commission not
hold a public hearing on this noting that Council would hold a hearing. MOTION PASSED, UNANIMOUS VOTE
REZONING. A motion was made by Mr. Titterington, seoonded by Mr. Force, to recommend to Troy City
Council that lnlot 2176 (Parcel 008-022170), 1200 S. Crawford Street, be rezoned from M-2, Llght Industrial District, to
the zoning of R-5, Single-Family Residential District, based on the findings of staff that:
a The area has the same zoning to the west, north, and east as the proposed zoning classification; and
o The parcel meets the bulk requirements for an R-5 zoned property and frts the use well; and
a The proposed rezoning is consistent with the Intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code.: and
a The rezoning would ellminate a non-conforming use.
MOTION PASSED, UNANIMOUS VOTE
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CITY OF TROY, OHIO
ORDINANCE No. o-31-2014
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ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF INLOT 2176
(PARCEL NO. 008-022170) IN THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO
FROM M2, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT TO R-5,
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
WHEREAS, a request for zoning change was presented to the Planning
Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, to rezone Inlet 2176 (Parcel No. 006-022170) in
the City of Troy, and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, has reviewed
. the plan and recommended approval, and
WHEREAS, at least thirty days notice of the public hearing of said change has
been provided in a newspaper of general circulation,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio
as follows:
SECTION I: That the zoning of Inlet 2176 (Parcel No. 008-022170) be changed
from M-2, Light Industrial District to R-5, Single-Family Residential District.
SECTION II: That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by
law.
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President of Council
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
Mayor Beamish
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Council Members
Patrick E. J. Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety
October 17, 2014
We are providing the following for your information:
The bid opening for the Fleet Maintenance Program will be held on
Wednesday, October 29. This will be a three-year agreement with up to two
one-year mutually agreeable extensions. Council authorized $400,000 per
calendar year for this program.
Major Project Update:
o Sidewalk Program 8 - construction continues.
o Kent Lane - Finfrock Construction continues work on this water line
upgrade.
o North Market Street/ Piqua-Troy/Troy-Urbana Intersection Realignment
- construction continues. The road remains closed.
o Barnhart Road, Arthur Road, Oak Street, Scott Street & Frank Street
Waterlines - work continues in the area of Oak/Scott/Frank Streets.
Contractor will start on Barnhart next from the south end (near
Speedway) .
o Adams Street Phase 2 - work continues.
The first round of the 2014 leaf pick-up began on October 13, and is now in
full swing. Weather permitting, the second round is scheduled to start
November 3. In addition to the leaf collection schedule posted on the City's
website, there is a map that shows the zones noted in the schedule.
October 25, the Children's Halloween parade sponsored by the Noon Optimist
Club will start at 9 :45 a .m. at the parking lot of the Miami County Public
Library. Costume judging will take place on Prouty Plaza. This will be
followed by a downtown merchant trick-or-treat for the children. There is no
rain location for the costume contest.
The annual Troy-Piqua football game pep rally will be held on Prouty Plaza on
Thursday, October 30 at 8:00 p.m. October 30 is also the date of Trick-or-
Treat (6:00 p .m. - 8:00 p .m.). The pep rally has been scheduled to follow the
Trick-or-Treat event.
Items oflnterest
October 17, 2014
Page Two
Thank you to Ms. Melissa Dick of 1325 Sussex Road for the donation of this
year's Community Christmas Tree. The tree is a beautiful Spruce tree and is
scheduled to be placed on the Public Square the week of November 12 for the
upcoming Holiday Season. The Grand Illumination Celebration is scheduled
to be held on Friday, November 28.
Other information provided by City departments is attached.
Upcoming Events at Hobart Arena
October 25, 2014 Chris Young and Clare Dunn Concert
November 16, 2014 Toby Mac, Matt Maher and Ryan Stevenson Concert
November 22, 2014 Signs of Life the Essence of Pink Floyd Concert
December 7, 2014 Hometown Holiday in Troy Concert with the Dayton
Philharmonic
December 13-14, 2014 Silver Sticks Hockey Tournament
January 2-4, 2015 Miami Valley Freeze Hockey Tournament
January 24, 2015 All American Youth Activities cheer Competition
Prouty Plaza Schedule
October 25, 2014
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October 20, 2014
October 22, 2014
November 3, 2014
Halloween Parade & Costume Judging
7:00 p.m. Council
3:30 p.m. Planning Commission
7:00 p.m. Council
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Enclosure
cc: Department Heads

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Operations
Items of Interest
October 17, 2014
Street - Including Solid Waste - Jerry Mullins, Foreman
Collected and transported 266 tons of residential trash since the last report of
374 tons.
Delivered recycling bins as requested.
Asphalted 6 areas marked for repair, 2 main break, and 5 water services.
Staff has used over 719 tons of asphalt to repair street openings since the plant
opened.
Dura-patched 47 spots marked for repair.
Cleaned the downtown for weekend events.
Mowed and weed-whipped ditches and rights-of-way.
Repaired concrete catch basin and sidewalk on Littlejohn Road and Tamworth
Road.
Picked up brush and yard waste bags.
Finished painting at night and began sign replacement and repair.
Completed assemblies on three brining trucks for this winter's brining
operations. These three brine trucks will allow pretreatment of all roadways in
an eight hour day.
Round one of the curbside leaf collection program has begun. As always we will
follow the schedule as weather permits. The leaf schedule is posted on the City's
website. Brush should not be mingled in with leaf piles. If residents place brush
out during leaf season it will still need to be bundled or placed in yard waste
bags in order for it to be collected.
Electrical - Brian Ferree, Foreman
Completed Ohio Utilities Protection Service requests as needed.
Completed the department's safety report for the month of October.
Hung the fall banners on the poles in the downtown area.
Wired up and readied for service the motor to Train 1 at the Water Treatment
Plant.
Repaired a security light above the men's restroom at the Community Park.
Installed new underground electric for West Wells 16 and 19 for the Water
Treatment Plant. The old wiring faulted to ground and needed to be replaced.
Continued the three year preventive maintenance on the traffic signals.
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.
Worked on meter change out program.
Kent Lane Waterline Extension - cleaned sewers, repaired existing water main,
and made a 6" tap for water project.
Frank, Oak, & Scott Street Waterline Project- cleaned sewers.
Air Stripper Installation - assisted with installation of motor on basin drive and
completed influent piping.
Repaired a 12" raw water main break on the line near the DP&L substation and
8" main break on Maplewood Drive.
Upgraded water services at residences on South Walnut Street, South Mulberry
Street, and Drury Lane.
Made a l" tap on Maple Street.
Repaired a hydrant hit by truck on Amberly Court and repaired two hydrants at
Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Cleaned and TV'd storm line on Short Street at West Canal, sewer lines on
Stanfield Road and Kings Chapel area, and all of downtown around the Public
Square.
Vacuumed at Treasure Island, and at the lift stations for Wastewater Treatment
Plant.
Dug 300 foot trench for electricians at West Wells 16 and 19 and vacuumed for
the electricians.
Installed storm line check valve behind the DP&L substation.
Water Treatment Plant - Tim Ray
City Electricians completed the installation of a new 480V power supply cable for
wells 16 and 19. These wells have been returned to service.
City staff and a welder from our vendor completed a difficult placement of the 35'
air stripper influent pipe to the packed tower. Water Distribution staff connected
this stainless steel tower piping to the west well field supply line. After a small
cleaning line is installed this week, all yard piping to the Carbonair Air Stripper
tower will be in place.
A crew from our vendor has begun the cleaning and inspection of production well
# 13. This well will receive a nitrogen gas high-pressure pulsing treatment known
as Boreblasting to shatter and remove mineral deposits from the well screen and
adjacent aquifer area. This well was drilled in 1989 to a depth of 118', and is
approved by OEPA to produce 1,200 gpm.
Our vendor is finishing routine maintenance work on the dome of the 4 mg
finished water reservoir. Repairs are expected to be completed within one week
and include stucco and small crack repairs, resealing, and painting.
The final discharge piping in the Air Stripper Pumphouse was installed.
Mounting of the 15 hp Peerless lift pumps will begin once all piping is set in
position.
Our vendor installed industrial grade surge suppression modules at Herrlinger
Tower and the Air Stripper Pumphouse to protect sensitive electronics at these
sites.
Maintenance staff completed the annual maintenance and inspection of plant
boiler and chlorination systems. Boilers and remote heaters have been
inspected, cleaned and repaired. One chlorine feed unit was sent to our vendor
for OEPA required periodic maintenance and recertification.
Preparations continue for the annual clarifier rotation. A flushing system electric
actuator has been found defective and repair parts are on order. Basin train
rotation will begin as soon as repairs are completed.
Wastewater Treatment Plant - Tim Snider
Staff continued working on the annual onsite inspections for industries included
in the Municipal Industrial Pretreatment Program (MIPP) program.
Submitted Quarterly Industrial Pretreatment Report to OEPA.
Installed a voltage regulator ahead of the Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) on
Waste Activated Sludge (WAS)pump #1 to eliminate overvoltage trip issues.
Assisted the Sewer Maintenance Division in the following:
o cleaning grease and debris from lift stations.
o replacing two faulty yard hydrants at the plant site.
o cleaning sump well in the sludge processing building.
Recalibrated the pressure sensor at the Race Drive storm water pump station to
eliminate surcharging the sewer lines coming in to the pump station.
Cleaned grease and debris from behind the equalization basin influent gates.
Replaced faulty Dissolved Oxygen (D.0.) sensor at the north aeration tank.
Replaced faulty sump pump in the sludge processing building.
Vendor repaired a leak on the cooling system of the 1500 Kva generator.
Contractor made a site visit to correct "drop outs" in the SCADA system HMI's.
Maintenance staff continues to complete required preventive maintenance work
orders.
Items of Interest
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October 15, 2014
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Project Status
ACTIVE PROJECTS
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iThis phase of the project is between the Adams Street Bridge and Staunton Road. Project
bef?l1 awar:_cl_ed to _ is_ 1:mderway . _____ _ __ _
Adams Street Phase 2
Cheri)'_ Parki!:!g Lot _ _ _ : com_p_l13te. _______ _
Downtown Streetscape Phase 3B
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ODOT has funded a portion of this project. Design updates will be made by Poggemeyer
Design Group. Initial survey work is complete. ODOT has completed the environmental
documentation. Design has been submitted to ODOT for their approval.
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Staff has been working with an oustide contractor to make the Engineering Electronic Files
. . El . Fl R . t' organized in such a way that all staff can have access to most documents. This will improve
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Hobart Arena Renovation
Staff is reviewing the proposals submitted and four firms will be interviewed the week of
October 20.
--- ---- -- - - - C-ity Council authorized bid-cffngat A purchase order-was issued to the
Lighthouse at Treasure Island I manufacturer for less than $50,000. The lighthouse is currently being fabricated. We are
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iThis phase includes work from Monroe to the RR tracks. Staff is reviewing the proposals
c aig oa ase 1submi!!ed wi!!Jlke place the wee_k_ of _Qctg_be_r
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!A Reappropriation Ordinance was approved that included funding for the design of the
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jThe City has received a grant from The Troy Foundation to pay for design of a Mountain
Marina Boathouse Renovation
Mountain Bike Trail
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Bike Trail on land owned by the City. A purchase order was issued to the International
Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) to design the project. The consultant has been in town
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ODOT Paving
j Staff is working with ODOT regarding the paving along SR 55 on the west side of town as
well as the traffic circle. Council approved preliminary concent legislation. Work will take
place in SFY 2015, with the City's estimated share of the cost to be $149,000.
10/16/2014
Items of Interest
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Project
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E_ngineering __ a_!:'_<'.i
October 15, 2014
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Status
Staff will be submitting pre-applications for the three (3) year pipeline of projects that we
\propose to be funded with this program. The projects are: McKaig Road Phase 3, and N.
Market Phase 2, and McKaig Road Phase 4. The pre-application for McKaig Road Phase Ill
has obtained enough points to be considered for funding so Council authorization to submit
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t t ! Bids were opened and the project awarded to Double Jay Construction. Construction on the
1q_ua- roy roy- r ana n ersec ion I . _ t . d
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Water Regionalization
Water Tower
!Council has authorized a contract with RA Consultants. Staff has submitted all requested
information for evaluation. Workshop #2 was held and the project will continue.
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A RFP has been issued for the design of a new Extra High Service Water Tower. Proposals
are being reviewed by City Staff. City Council will be asked to authorize a contract for design
f once staff has selected a firm.
--- --1 Councilauthorized- the bidding of $2.8 M of -sewer Bidswere _o_p.ened July 9 with bid
2014 Sewer Lining
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totals under the authorization. Work has been awarded to Layne lnliners and Miller Pipeline.
Layne lnliners will begin work in the next few weeks. We will be notifing property owners as
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----- -. I bidding for the Phase 8 sidewalks where the p;;erty owner did not take
Sidewalk Program 8
rout a permit to do the work. Project was awarded to l.F. Weber. Work is underway.
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Sidewalk, Sewer, and Sump Inspections Inspections are continuing to be completed when requested.
- ------ ]staff has started working with Miami Valley -Lighting and-MVCC to--determlne the best way to
Street Light Conversion
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convert the City's Mercury Vapor (MV) street lights to High Pressure Sodium (HPS) street
lights as required by law. The City will be working with MVCC and MVL to install trial LED
I street lights in several locations in the City as a demonstration. We anticipate that LED lights
lwill be installed on Plum Street, Short Street, on Adams Street, and along Shaftsbury Road
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Union Street Water Line Work is complete. Punch list is being preoared.
10/16/20N4
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October 15, 2014
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Project Status
Water Project #1 - Concord, McKaig, Ross All work has been installed, tested and is in service.
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Water Project #2 - Washington Road/W. Work is complete. Punch list is being prepared.
Stanfield
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Water tf.?a - Kent ____ Work under:way.
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Contract has been awarded to Sturm Construction. Work on Scott, Frank, and Oak Streets
a _e_r _ro_Jec _ - arn a [is ______ _
Water Project #4 - Finsbury, Goveners
Contract has been awarded to Finfrock Construction. Work is expected to begin in mid to
late October.
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OTHER PROJECTS
. Based on the application submitted February 19, Troy was again named as an Honorable
Bicycle Friendly Community I Mention Community by the League of American Bicyclists. While we were hoping for better
_ __ _ ___ __ _! !s a greata_ccor!lJ_)lishmerit. _______ __ _ _ __ _ __
General Specifications and Information iA draft of the revision has been submitted to the Service Director's Office.
GPS Data-Collection ----:This
SUBDIVISION STATUS
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Nest __ _ _ .Wai!in_g_J9I_ final
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St b .d M d Section 1 is complete. Infrastructure in Sections 2 is complete except for the final asphalt.
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Halifax _ is with first step. ___ _ _
Peters Road Development
: Frank Harlow recently purchased City property and will be building a few houses. This minor
1 subdivision only requires staff approval and permits have been issued for three new homes.
Some right-of-way changes will be presented to City Council for adoption.
10/16/2014
MEMO
To: Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety
From: Tim Davis, Planning & Zoning Manager
Date: October 14, 2014
Subject: Planning Division Update
I have attached two reports which summarize concerns that are being
addressed by the Planning Division from September 30, 2014 to October 14,
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 3 8 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 STATISTI CS REPORT 10/14/2014
PERMIT DATE: 09/30 / 2014 TO 10 / 14 /20 14 11:32 AM
SUBTOTALS PERMITS FEES EST. COST
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D DEMOLITION- RESIDENTIAL 1 14.00 0
F FENCE 6 60.00 0
OC OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL 1 50.00 0
OC OTHER 1 50.00 0
s REFACE 1 25.00 0
ST SEWER TAP - RES 5 6,000.00 0
WT WATER TAP-RES 5 10,000. 00 0
z ADDITION TO RESIDENCE 1 25.00 0
z ANTENNA 1 150.00 0
z CONCRETE PAD/PADS 2 75.00 0
z DECK i 25.00 0
z !NGROUND POOL 1 25.00 0
z SHED 4 175 . 00 0
z SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE 3 223 . 96 0
z SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT $ 462 .51 0
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GRAND TOTAL 38 $17 ,360.47
CITY OF TROY - WARD CNE
PERMIT REPORT
09/30/2014 TO 10/ 14/2 014
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2014182Z 10/ 13 /201 4 1050 LEE RD
SHED N/A
N/A
SHED - 10/8/14
N/A
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20 1 4089S 10/7 /20 14 1353 MAPLECREST DR
REFACE N/A
N/A
REFACE FS SIGN 10/7/14
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2014114F 9/30/2014 1259 STEPHENSON bR
FENCE D08lb1406
N/A
FENCE -' 9/29/14
NORTHBROOK 6
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2014116F 10/7 /2014
FENCE
2014009D 10/6/2014
DEMOLITI ON- RES IDENTIAL
2014 174Z 10/6/2014
SINGLE FANILY RESIDENCE
1205 TODD LANE
045002218
N/A
FENCE - 10/2/14
NORTHFIELD 1
90 1 FOUNTAIN ST
D08016020
N/A
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2-ROOM DEMOLITION - 10/1/14
828 GOVERNORS RD
N/A
10415
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STOOKEY, MARK
1050 LEE RD
TROY, OH 45373
0/0 /
MCGOVERN WILLOUGBY
1353 MAPLECREST DR
'l' ROY1 OH 45373
GUMERLOCK, RICHARD & RENA
1259 STEPHENSON DR
TROY, OH 45373
0/0/
TIPP CITY, OH 45371
0/0/
CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO
PERtUT REPORT
0 9/30/2014 TO 10/14/20 14
0/ 0/
FELTNER, ELBERT
804 SCOTT ST
TROY, OH 45373
KEYSTONE HOMES I N TROY
P. 0. BOX 980
SGL FAMILY RESIDENCE - 10/2/14 TROY, OH 45373
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NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
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NL
BA
L:
NL
BA
LV
NL
BA
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25 .00
0
200
0
0
25.00
0
0
0
0
10.00
0
0
0
0
0
14.00
0
0
0
0 KEYSTONE HOMES
72.00 PO BOX 980
187 TROY, OH 45373
513 937-332-8669
0
10/14/2014
11:21 AM
10/14/2014
11:21 AM
KEYSTONE HOMES IN TROY 0 KEYSTONE HONES
SEWER TAP - RES N/A P. 0. BOX 980 1200.00 PO BOX 980
LV 0 TROY, OH 45373
5/8" SEWER TAP - RES I DENTIAL - 10/2/ 14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0 937 - 332- 8669
BA 0
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1208WT 10 /6/2014 828 GO'/ERNORS RD KEYSTONE HOMES IN TROY 0 KEYSTONE HOMES
WATER TAP-RES N/A P . O. BOX 980 2000.00 PO BOX 98 0
104 15 LV 0 TROY, OH 45373
3/4" WATER '!'AP - RESIDENTIAL - 10/2/14 TROY, OH 45 373 NL 0 93 7-332-8El69
BA 0
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CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE
PERMIT REPORT 10/14/2014
09/30/2014 TO 10/14/2014 11:21 AM
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2014180Z 10 /8/2 01 4 229 ST S BOWMAN , LES 0
ANTENNA N/A 4950 W BAUSMAN RD 150. 00
N/A FAX 614-340-7971 LV 0
3 COMM, ANTENNAS - 10/7/14 PI QUA, OH 45356 NL 50
0/0/ BA 0
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2014170Z 9/30/2014 1099 PETERS RD HARLOW BUILDERS, INC. 0 HARLOW BUILDERS
SINGLE FAMILY W/ BASMNT N/A 701 MARKET ST N 82.88 701 MARKET ST N
10504 LI/ 1828 TROY, OH 45373
SGL FAMILY W/BASEMENT - 9/2 9/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 1460 937-339-9944
0/0/ BA 949
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2014 173Z 10 /2/2014 251 UNION ST S FRAZIER, J AY 0
SHED N/A 3400 POTOMAC CREEK CT 100.00
N/A LV 0
LOUD MOUTH - SHED - 10/1/14 ORLANDO, FL NL 96
N/A 0/0/ BA 0
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2014168Z 9/30/2014 1011 WALKER ST SCHMACKERS, ELMER 0
ADDITION TO RESIDENCE N/A 880 WILSON RD 25.00
N/A LV 600
ADDITI ON TO HOME - 9/29/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
N/A 0/0/ BA 0
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2014115F
FENCE
20141812
DECK
2014119F
FENCE
2947ST
10/7 /20 1 4 416 RACE ST W MALOTT, SUSAN B 0 QUALITY LAWN, LANDSCAPE &
D08007 810 416 RACE ST W 10.00 15 65 HUFFORD RD S
N/A LV 0 CASSTOWN, OH 45312
FENCE - 10/3/ 14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0 93 7-339-0269
0/0/ BA 0
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10/10/20 14 120 PLUM ST S NORRIS III, JOHN W 0
N/A 120 PLUM ST S 25.00
N/A LV 0
DECK, FIRE PIT , PERGOLA - 9/22/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 236
N/A
10/10/2014 120 PLUM ST S
N/A
10/7 /2014
N/A
FE:NCE - 9/19 /14
N/A
1122 POND VIEW DR
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0/0/
NORRIS III, JOHN W
120 PLUM ST S
TROY , OH 45373
CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR
PERBIT REPORT
09/30/2014 TO 10/ 14/2014
BA 0
0
10.00
I:V' 0
NL 0
BA 0
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HARLOW BUILDERS, I NC. 0 HARLOW BUILDERS
10/14/2014
11:21 AM
SEWER TAP - RES NA 701 MARKET ST N 1200 . 00 701 MARKET ST N
10123 LV 1848 TROY, OH 45 373
5/8 " SEWER TAP - RESI DENTIAL - 10 /7/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 1580 937 -339- 9044
EDGEWATER FI\'E 0/0/ BA 949
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2014185 2 10/14/201 4 1122 POND 'lIEW DR HARLOW BUILDERS, INC. 0 HARLOW BUILDERS
SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT NA 701 MARKET ST N 84 . 28 701 MARKET ST N
10123 LV 1848 TROY, OH 45373
SGL FAMILY W/BASEMENT - 10/7 /14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 1580 93 7- 339- 9944
EDGEWATER FIVE 0/01 BA 949
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1209WT 10 /7 /2014 1122 POND VIEW DR HARLOW BUILDERS, INC. 0 HARLOW BUILDERS
WATER TAP-RES NA 701 MARKET ST N 200 0.00 701 MARKET ST N
10123 LV 1848 TROY, OH 4537 3
l" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIJ.L - 10/7 / 14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 1580 93 7-339-9944
EDGEWATER FI VE 0/0/ BA 94 9
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20 14117 F 10/7 /2014 2573 RENWICK WAY WOODRUFF, JOSHUA & AMANDA 0
FENCE D08103220 257 3 RENWICK WAY 10.00
N/l, L<: 0
FENCE - 10 /2/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
KENSINGTON 4 0/0/ BA 0
2014175Z 10/6/2014 2628 SHADY TREE DR MANSFIELD, ALAN & KATHLEEN 0
INGROUND POOL N/A 2628 SHADY TREE DR 25 .00
10472 L: 0
INGROUND POOL - 10/1/ 14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 392
0/0/ BA 0
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1207WT 10/6/2014 2634 SHADY TREE DR HARLOW BUILDERS, INC . 0 HARLOW BUILDERS
WATER TAP-RES N/A 701 MARKET ST N 2000.00 701 MARKET ST N
10475 LV 0 TROY, OH 45373
l" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 10/1/14 TROY
1
OH 45373 NL 0 937 - 339- 9944
BA 0
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2945ST 10 / 6/2014 2634 SHADY TREE DR HARLOW BUILDERS, INC. 0 HARLOW BUI LDERS
SEWER TAP - RES N/A 70 1 NARKET ST N 1200.00 701 MARKET ST N
10475 L'l 0 TROY, OH 45373
5/8 " SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 10/1/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0 937 - 339- 9944
BA 0
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2014178Z 10/7 /2014 2634 SHADY TREE DR HARLOW BUILDERS, !NC. 0 HARLOW BU!LDERS
SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE N/A 701 MARKET ST N 74.39 701 MARKET ST N
10475 LV 1940 TROY, OH 453 73
SGL FAMILY RESIDENCE - 10/1/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 499 937-339- 9944
0 / 0/ BA 0
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2014184Z 10/13/2014 2669 SHADY TREE DR MENDENHALL BUILDERS 0
SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT N/A 7 98 MIAMI-SHELBY RD 98.01
8934 LV 2098
SGL FAMILY W/BASEMENT - 10/8/14 PIQUA, OH 45356 NL 2703
0/0/ BA 2098
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CITY OF TROY - WARD FI VE
PERMIT REPORT
09 /30/2014 TO 10 / 14 /20 14
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2014179Z 10/7 / 20 14 72 8 CLARENDON RD DICKINSON, THOMAS & REBEKAH 0
SHED D08054060 72 3 CLARENDON RD 25.00
N/A LV 0
TWO SHEDS - 10/3/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 169
WESTBROOK 7 0/0/ BA 0
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2014118F 10 /7 /201 4 728 CLARENDON RD DICKINSON, THOMAS & REBEKAH 0
FENCE D08054060 728 CLARENDON RD 10.00
N/A LV 0
FENCE - 10/3/ 14 TROY , OH 45373 NL 0
10/ 14/2014
11:21 AM
WESTBROOK 7 0/0/ BA 0
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2014172 Z 10/ 1/2014 1450 CORNISH RD LULFS, DAVI D 0
SHED N/A 1450 CORNISH RD 25.00
N/A LV 0
SHED - 9/29 /14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 80
N/A 0/0/ BA 0
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20141 69Z :i/30/2014 1567 COVENT RD SUMERIX, THOMAS & ELIZABETH 0
CONCRETE PAD/PADS N/A 1567 COVENT RD 50.00
3489 LV 0
DRIVEWAY EXTENSI ON - 9/29/1 4 TROY
1
OH 453 73 NL 187
WESTBROOK 0/0/ BA 0
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2014177Z 10/7 /2014 22 4 DORSET RD N DAVIS, MATTHEW 0
CONCRETE PAD/PADS N/A 224 N DORSET RD 25 . 00
N/ A LV 0
DRI VEWAY EXTENS I ON - 10/2/14 TROY, OH 453 73 NL 160
0/01 BA 0
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20 140560C 10/8/2014 306 DORSET RD S LIETTE, CHAD 0
OTHER N/A 30 0 DORSET RD S 50.0 0
N/A LV 1800
DETAILS (OC} 10/2/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0
N/A 0 / 0 / BA 0
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20 14 0550C 10 / 1/2014 308 DORSET RD S
OCCUPANCY- COMMERCIAL N/A
N/A
INK' D TEES (OC}
N/A
1206WT 10/6/2014 2309 LARKSPUR DR
WATER TAP- RES N/A
10487
- 9/25/14
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LIETTE, CHAD
11747 FROST RD
TI PP CITY, OH 45371
0/0 /
CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX
PERMIT REPORT
09/30/2014 TO 10/14/2014
HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
701 MARKET ST N
l " WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 10/3/14 TROY, OH 45373
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2944ST 10/6/2014 2309 LARKSPUR DR HARLOW BUILDERS, INC.
0
50 . 00
LV 800
NL 0
BA 0
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
2000 .00 701 MARKET ST N
Lil 0 TROY, OH 45373
NL 0 937 - 339-9944
BA 0
0 HARLOW BUILDERS
10 / 14 /2014
11:21 AM
SEWER TAP - RES N/A 701 NARKET ST N 1200.00 701 MARKET ST N
10487 LV 0 TROY, OH 45373
5/8" SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - 10/3/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0 937-339-9944
BA 0
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2014176Z 10/7 /2014 2309 LARKSPUR DR HARLOW BUILDERS, INC. 0 HARLOW BUILDERS
SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE N/A 701 MARKET ST N 77. 57 701 MARKET ST N
10487 LV 2023 TROY, OH 45373
SGL FAMILY RESIDENCE - 10/3/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 734 937-339-9944
0/0/ BA 0
I

20141832 i0/13/2014 2310 LARKSPUR DR HARLOW BUILDERS, INC. 0 HARLOW BU!LDERS
SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT N/A 701 N MARKET ST 99.88 701 MARKET ST N
10495 LV 2131 TROY, OH 45373
SGL FAMILY W/BASEMENT - 10/9/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 2857 937-339-9944
0/0/ BA 2131
I

2943ST 10/1/2014 505 MEADOW BRIDGE WAY DENLINGER & SONS 0 DENLINGER & SONS
SEWER TAP - RES NiA 1291 ARCHER DR 1200.00 1291 ARCHER DRIVE
10357 LV 0 TROY, OH 45373
5/8" SEWER TAP - 9/29/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0 937-335-9096
BA 0
I
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1205WT 10/1/2014 505 MEADOW BRIDGE WAY DENLINGER & SONS 0 DENLINGER & SONS
WATER TAP-RES N/A 1291 ARCHER DR 2000.00 1291 ARCHER DRI VE
10357 LV 0 TROY, OH 45373
1" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL - ? /29/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 0 937-335-9096
BA 0
I
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20141712 9/30/2014 505 MEADOW BRIDGE WAY DENLINGER & SONS 0 DENLINGER & SONS
SINGLE FAMILY W /BASMNT N/A 1291 ARCHER DR 97.46 1291 ARCHER DRI VE
10357 LV 2119 TROY, OH 45373
SGL FAMILY W/BASEMENT - 9/ 29/14 TROY, OH 45373 NL 2627 937-335-9096
0/0/ BA 1980
I
20141982 10/2 / 2014
BRUSH LETTER
HUNTRS RIDGE
CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TO 10/lA/2014
1779 PARADISE TRAIL
COMPLETED
10- 2-14 sb Brush l e tt e r. Follow up 10-9-14.
10-6-14 sb Male homeowner tel. He will bundle.
10-10-14 sb Brush gone. Close.
2014198 4 10/2/2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
HERITAGE HILL 11
1160 BUNKER HILL RD
REMOVED BY CONTRACTOR
10-2-14 sb Overflowing Dumpster, loose trash on ground also.
Certified, follow up 10-9-14.
10-6-14 sb Green card dated 10-4-14.
10-10-14 sb Dumpster has been dumped, but still a lot of loos e
trash on the ground. Send to OZ. Close.
20141981 10/2/ 2014
BRUSH LETTER
r EADOWLAWN 4
429 LOCUST LN
COMPLETED
10-2-14 sb Brush letter. Follow up 10-9-14.
10-10-14 sb Brush gone. Close.
20142012 10/7 /20 14
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
1325 VICKSBURG CT
TRASH REMOVED
10-7-14 sb Huge pile of grass with some brush in it, in the rear
yard. Certificate, follow up 10-13-14.
10-10-14 sb Regis Peltire tel 937-477-4081. He will take care o f
this weekend . Told him I would check back 10-13- 14 and if there
are any problems I would let him know.
10-14-14 sb Grass pile and branches removed. Close.
20142013 10/7 /2014 1201 HILLTOP CIR
TRASH & DEBRIS TRASH REMOVED
N/A
10-7-14 sb Big screen TV in ROW. Certi fied and certificate
f ollow up 10-13-14
10-10-14 sb TV gone. Close.
20141991 10/2/2014
SIGN IOLATIONS
CIT.Y OF TROY - WARD TWO
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TO 10/14/ 2014
812 MARKET ST N
COMPLETED
10-2-14 dp An illegal temp . sign in the front yard, certificate,
remo .. al b y 10-10-14.
10-10-14 dp Sign gone, close.
10 / 14 /2014
11:35:08 At'!
10/14/2014
11:35:08 AM
20142006 10/6/2014
FENCE PROBLEL'1S
N/ A
333 SHORT ST S
10- 6-14 sb They replaced the north side of their fence with no
permit and the ugl y side faces out. Certif.icate to complete
application and return b y 10-.15-14.
20 142009 10/7 /2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
241 CRAWFORD ST S
10-7-14 dp Cleanout. I made contact with the tenant and she said
the owner t old her. to put thi.s out f or . trash pick up. The t enant
told the owne r the Cit woul d not pick "it up and t he owner allegedly
told the tenant s he did not c are and t o do it anyway . Vi o l at ion
l etter certified, f ollow up 10-13- 14 .
10-13 14 dp Checked US PS and this was delivered to receipient
10-10-14 , I als o r ecei ved a ;oicemai l today from the owner
acknowledgi ng receipt of the letter. The owner said she had evicted
the tenants and they left all the debris behind. She said she
has a crew cont racted t o clean this if not by days end today b J
tomor row, follow up 10-14-14 .
2014201 9 10/7 /2014 410 CANAL ST W
TRASH & DEBRIS
1 0- 8-14 sb Cleanout. Certified, follow up 10- 16-14 .
2014202 6 10/13/ 2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
601 MC KAIG AVE
1 0- 13-14 sb Bunch of trash in rear yard. Certificate, foll ow up
10-20- 14.
201 42034 10/14/2014 110 DAKOTA ST W
BRUSH LETTER
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20 14 20 40 10/14/20 14
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
211 MOREHEAD ST
10- 14 - 14 dp Initi a l brush letter out 1 0-14-14, follow up
1 0- 20- 14.
20142024 10/13/2014
SIGN VI OLATIONS
CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TO 10/14/2014
2331 l1ARKET ST W
10-13-14 dp The filling Station has been c l osed for mo re than 2
months now, since 8-4-14, and the signage should now b y reversed or
removed, Certified, follow up 10-28-14 .
10/14 / 2014
11:35:08 AM
10-14-14 dp Initial n ~ s h leti!-er .. out lD;...14-14, ollow up
10-20-14.
20142032 10/14/2014 1373 CHELSEA RD
BRUSH LETTER
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142030 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
BROOK PARK NORTH 2
1541 BROOK PARK DR
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142029 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 12
871 BRANFORD RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142028 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 11
1673 AMESBURY RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out lD-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142036 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 3
1302 FLEET RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142004 10/6/2014
JUNK VEHICLE
CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09 / 30/2014 TO 10/14/2014
61 STANFIELD RD S
10-6-14 sb Black Chrysler parked on the grass behind the
building, appears to be inoperable and not properly tagged.
Certified, follow up 10-16-14
10-13-14 sb Green card dated 10-8-14. Follow up 10-16-14.
20142005 10/6/2014 61 STANFIELD RD S
VEHICLE ON GRASS
10-6-14 sb Black Chrysler parked on the grass. Certified, follow
up 10-16-14. Sent to work address on Stanfield
10-13-14 sb Green card dated 10-B-14. Follow up 10-16-14.
20142031 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
CARRIAGE CROSSING 1
10 CARRIAGE CROSSING WAY
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, allow up
10-20-14.
10/14/2014
11:35:08 AM
20141982 10/2/2014
BRUSH LETTER
HUNTRS RIDGE
CITY .OF "TROY - WARD ONE
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TOl0/14/2014
1779 PARADISE TRAIL
COMPLETED
10-2-14 sb Brush letter. Follow up lD-9-14.
10-6-14 sb Male homeowner tel. He will bundle.
10-10-14 sb Brush gone. Close.
20141984 10/2/ 2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
HERITAGE HILL 11
1160 BUNKER HILL RD
REMOVED BY CONTRACTOR
10-2-14 sb Overflowing Dumpster, loose trash on ground also.
Certified, follow up 10-9-14.
10-6-14 sb Green card dated 10-4-14.
10-10-14 sb Dumpster has been dumped, but still a lot of loose
trash on the ground. Send to OZ. Close.
20141981 10 / 2/2014
BRUSH LETTER
MEADOWLAWN 4
429 LOCUST LN
COMPLETED
10-2-14 sb Brush letter. Follow up 10-9-14.
10-10-14 sb Brush gone . . Close ..
20142012 10/7 /2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
1325 VICKSBURG CT
TRASH REMOVED
10-7-14 sb Huge pile 0 grass with some brush in it, in the rear
yard. Certificate, follow up 10-13-14.
10-10-14 sb Regis Peltire tel 937-477-4081. He will take care of
this 'r<eekend. Told him I would check back 10-13-14 and if there
are any problems I would .let him know.
10-14-14 sb Grass pile and branches removed. Close.
20142013 10/7 /2014 1201 HILLTOP CIR
TRASH & DEBRIS TRASH REMOVED
N/A
10-7-14 sb Big screen TV in ROW. Certified and certificate
follow up 10-13-14
10-10-14 sb TV gone. Close.
20141991 10/2/2014
SIGN \
7
IOLATIONS
CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09 / 30/2014 TO 10/14/2014
812 MARKET ST N
COMPLETED
10-2-14 dp An illegal temp. sign in the front yard, certificate,
removal b y 10-10-14.
10-10-14 dp Sign gone, ~ l o s e
10/14/2014
11:35:08 AM
10/14/2014
11:35:08 AM
20141986 10/2/2014
TALL WEEDS/GRASS
CULBERTSON HEIGHTS
503 INDIANA AVE
10-2-14 sb Tall grass. Certificate, follow up 10-10-14.
10-10-14 sb Grass . . ok., 'follow. up 10-24-14.
2014198 7 10/2/2014
TEMP SIGN-NO PERMIT
CULBERTSON HEIGHTS
201 STAUNTON RD E
10-2- 14 sb Tempor a ry s ign on pole sign with no permit.
Cert ificate, to stati on address .. Eal.low up 10-15-14
20141990 10/2/ 20 14
SI GN VIOLATIONS
814 MARKET ST N
COMPLETED
10-2-14 dp An illegal temp sign in the frt ont yard, cert ificate ,
removal b y 10-10-14.
1 0- 10-14 dp Sign remains, 48 hr, foll ow up 10-15-14.
10-13- 14 dp Sign gone, close.
20142011 10/7 /2 014
FENCE PROBLEr S
CULBERTSON HEI GHTS
507 INDIANA AVE
10-7-14 sb Fence needs painted, has broken and missing pickets.
Certificate , follow up 11-10-14.
2014203 9 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
198 MERRY ROBIN RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
1 0- 20-1 4 .
20142038 10 /14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
SHERWOOD MANOR 1
148 MERRY ROBIN RD
1 0-14-14 dp Initial brush lett er out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20141983 10/2/2014
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
N/ A
CITY OF TROY - WttRD THREE
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TO 10 / 14 /2014
218 GRANT ST
10- 2-14 sb Garage door is broken. Cer tificate, follow up
11- 4-14.
20141988 10/2/2014
JUNK 'EHI CLE
N/ A
125 DAKOTA ST W
10- 2-1 4 dp A fo r d bronco in the drive wi t h a flat on the l e ft
front, Certified, follow up 10-10-14 .
10-7-14 dp Green card back 10-7-14 not dated, follow up 10-14-14.
10 /14 /2014
11: 35 :08 AM
20142006 10/6/2014
FENCE PROBLEMS
N/A
333SHORT ST S
10-6-14 sb The y I'eplaced the north side of their fence with no
permit and the ugly side faces out. Certificate to complete
application and r<eturn by 1.0-15-14.
20142009 10 /7 /2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
241 CRAWFORD ST S
10-7-14 dp Cleanout. I made contact with the tenant and she said
the owner told her. to put this out for trash pick up. The tenant
told the owner the Cit y would not pick it up and the owner allegedl y
told the tenant she did not care and to do it anywa y . Violation
letter certified, follow up 10-13-14.
10-13 14 dp Checked USPS and this was deli vered to receipient
10-10-14 , I also recei ved a voicemail today from the owner
acknowledging receipt of the letter. The owner said she had evict ed
the tenants and they left all the debris behind. She said she
has a crew contract e d to clean this if not b y days end today b y
tomorrow, follow up 10-14-14.
20142019 10/7 /2014 410 CANAL ST W
TRASH & DEBRIS
10-8-14 sb Cleanout. Certified, follow up 10-16-14.
20142026 10/13/2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
601 MC KAIG AVE
10-13-14 sb Bunch of trash in rear yard. Certificate, follow up
10-20-14.
20142034 10/14/2014 110 DAKOTA ST W
BRUSH LETTER
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142040 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
211 MOREHEAD ST
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142024 10/13/ 2014
SIGN VIOLATIONS
CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TO 10/14/2014
2331 MARKET ST W
10-13-14 dp The filling Station has been closed for more than 2
months now, since 8-4-14, and the s ignage should now b y rev ersed or
removed, Certified, follow up 10-28-14.
10/14/2014
11:35:08 AM
20142027 10/13/ 2014
SIGN VIOLATIONS
N/A
2: MARKET ST W
10-13-14 dp This lo.cation ha'S been vacant for some time and still
has l ettering on the windows that have commercial value.
Certificate, follow up .10-29-14.
20 142023 10/13/2014
TRASH & DEBRIS
N/A
2 MARKET ST W
10-1 3-14 dp I preiousl y sent 2 separate l etters late summe r and
earl y fall asking tha:t thes-e fue.l pumps be secured as the
trash bags us ed to co-er them ha7 e deteriorated. I'm sending a trash
letter so if Mr Mo rri son chooses not to c l ean up this plast i c we
will , Certificate, follow up 10-16-14.
20142035 10/14/ 20 14
BRUSH LETTER
N/ A
540 DORSET RD S
10-14-14 dp Initial brush lett er out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142043 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
CITY OF TROY - WARD FI VE
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TO 10/14/2014
7 54 WINDSOR RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
2 014 2 042 10 / 14 /2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 4
1579 SURREY RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142041 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
1580 SURREY RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10- 2 0-14.
20142037 10 / 14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 3
15 43 FLEET RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142044 10/14/2014
JUNK VEHICLE
N/
507 RIDGE AVE S
10-14-14 sb Black Jeep parked in the back, Expired tags 10/ 13 .
Certified. Fo llow up 10-27-14_
20142033 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
N/A
1580 CORNISH RD
10 /14/20 14
11:35:08 A11
10-14-14 dp Initial brush .lett er out l{)-14-1 4 , follow up
10-20- 14.
20142032 10 /14/2014 1373 CHELSEA RD
BRUSH LETTER
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
20142030 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
BROOK PARK NORTH 2
1541 BROOK PARK DR
10-14-14 dp Initia l brush letter out 10-14-14, foll ow up
10-20-14.
20 142029 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 12
871 BRANFORD RD
10-14 -14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, fol low up
10-20-14.
201 42028 10/ 14 /2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 11
1673 AMESBURY RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14 .
20142036 10/14/2014
BRUSH LETTER
WESTBROOK 3
1302 FLEET RD
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-2 0-14 .
2014200 4 10/6/2014
JUNK VEHICLE
CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX
VIOLATIONS BY REASON CODE
09/30/2014 TO 10/14/2014
61 STANFIELD RD S
10-6-14 sb Black Chrysler parked on the grass behind the
building, appears to be inoperable and not properl y tagge d.
Ce r t ified , follow up 10-16-14
10-13- 14 sb Green card dated 10-8-14 . Follow up 10-16-14 .
20142005 10/6/ 2014 61 STANFIELD RD S
VEHICLE ON GRASS
10-6-14 sb Black Chrysler parked on the grass. Certified, f ollow
up 10-16-14. Sent to work address on Stanfield
10-13-14 sb Green card dated 10-8-14. Follow up 10-16-1 4 .
20142031 10 / 14 /2014
BRUSH LETTER
CARRI AGE CROSSING 1
10 CARRI GE CROSSING WAY
10-14-14 dp Initial brush letter out 10-14-14, follow up
10-20-14.
10/14/2014
11:35:08 AM
High Usage Alert Records
Address
24 Hr. usage Shut Off:
Date Reconnect: Yes - No - Cause
Cu Ft. Yes - No
Scenic Court 400 No September 11, 2014 No, Left Blue Card
Garfield Avenue 400 No September 12, 2014 No, Toilet Running
Mulberry Street 400 No September 12, 2014 No, B&C to Call
South Market Street 500 No September 15, 2014 No, Left Blue Card
West Main Street 600 Yes September 15, 2014 No, Left Blue Card
Stonycreek Road 900 No September 22, 2014 No, Left Blue Card
Stonycreek Road 900 Yes September 24, 2014 Yes, 9/24/2014
Saratoga Drive 400 No September 24, 2014 No, Left Garden Hose On
Chartwell Road 400 No September 30, 2014 No, Resident to Check Irrigation
Sedgwick Way 500 No September 30, 2014 No, Resident to Check
West Water Street 600 No September 30, 3014 No, Advised Responsible Party
West Main Street 400 Yes October 2, 2014 Yes, 10/2/2014, Toilet Running
East Main Street 400 No October 8, 2014 No, Informed Manager
South Mulberry Street 600 Yes October 8, 2014
South Walnut Street 600 No October 7, 2014 Outside Hose on Informed Owner
Baywood Court 500 No October 13, 2014 No, Hose Left On
South Market Street 800 Yes October 13, 2014 No, Left Blue Card, B&C to Call
1431 Trade Square 500 No October 14, 2014 No, B&C to Call
Fountain Street 400 No October 14, 2014 No, Not Running, No One Home
Stanfield Road 400 No October 15, 2014 No, Manager Stated Toilet Problem
10/3/20
Law Enforcement Activity Report
8/28/2014 TO 9/30/2014
Ordinance Cases Filed
Criminal
Bradford/Sheriff
City of Troy Planning and Zoning
Piqua Police Department
Tipp City Income Tax Department
Tipp City Police Department
Troy Police Department
i
Traffic
--------
Covington Police Department
Piqua Police Department
Tipp City Police Department
Troy Police Department
West Milton Police Department
State Cases Filed
Criminal
Bethel/Sheriff
Bradford/Sheriff
Covington Police Department
Dog & Kennel
Miami County Health Board
Ohio Department of Public Safety
Ohio State Patrol
Personal
Piqua Police Department
Sheriffs Department - Miami County
Tipp City Police Department
Troy Police Department
RECEIVED
OCT 0 '7 2014
AUDITOR'S OFFI(
12
4
5
2
2
16
41
2
54
43
150
9
258
3
10
25
2
12
14
98
58
31
170
10/3/20
Law Enforcement Activity Report
8/28/2014 TO 9/30/2014
West Milton Police Department
Wildlife
Traffic
17
7
449
Bethel/Sheriff 15
Bradford/Sheriff
Covington Police Department
Ohio State Patrol
Piqua Police Department
Pleasant Hill I Sheriff
Sheriff's Department - Miami County
Tipp City Police Department
Troy Police Department
West Milton Police Department
Grand Total:
5
556
22
2
167
23
88
13
892
1,640
2
September 2014 Report
TROY FIRE DEPARTMENT
1528 North Market Street Troy, OH 45373
Here are the department's statistics for the month of
September. The department has been very active with
incidents, training, fire prevention education and inspections.
September Incidents
Squad
Accident
Structure Fire
Vehicle Fire
Misc Fire
HAZ No Fire
Total Incidents
I noidents
Troy Concord Staunton Lost Creek
284
3
4
1
4
22
318
32
3
0
0
2
6
43
Misc Fire
2%
0%
Structure Fire
1%
14
1
0
0
0
1
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
HAZ No Fire
8%

2%
Squad
87%
Incident Types
Mutual Aid Total % of Fire Calls
3 333 0.87
1 8 0.02
0 4 0.01
0 1 0.00
0 6 0.02
0 29 0.08
4 381 1.00
Page 1 of 5
2014 Troy Fire Department Incidents
Total Incident Report
Total Incidents
Troy 318
Concord 43
Staunton 16
Lost Creek 0
Mutual Aid 4
Total 381
- - ---------------- ---- - - --
T atal Response Report
EMS Responses Fire Responses Total
Troy 299 90 389
Concord 34 16 50
Staunton 14 3 17
Lost Creek 0 0 0
Mutual Aid 4 0 4
Total 351 109 460
Page 2 of 5
% of Total
0.83
0.11
0.04
0.00
0.01
1.00
Troy
Concord
Staunton
Lost Creek
Mutual Aid
% of Total
0.85
0.11
0.04
0.00
0.01
1.00
2014 Troy Fire Department Responses
Fire Responses
Fire Response Report
Unit Troy Concord Staunton Lost Creek Mutual Aid Total
Engine-1 59 12 2 0 0 73
EnQine-2 6 0 1 0 0 7
EnQine-3 12 2 0 0 0 14
Tanker-1 0 1 0 0 0 1
Tower-1 2 0 0 0 0 2
Grass-1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Truck-8 11 1 0 0 0 12
Total 90 16 3 0 0 109
Medfc Assists
Troy Concord Staunton Lost Creek Total
Engine 1 42 7 2 0 51
Truck-8 10 1 0 0 11
Grass-1 0 0 0 0 0
Total 52 8 2 0 62
EMS Responses
EMS Response ~ o r t
Unit Troy Concord Staunton Lost Creek Other Total
Medic-1 141 15 1 0 2 159
Medic-2 73 2 12 2 89
Medic-3 85 17 1 0 0 103
Medic-4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 299 34 14 0 4 351
Page 3 of 5
Fi re I Auto Loss
Fire I Avto LO$S
Locale Fire Loss Auto Loss Total Loss
Troy $ 540.00 $ 540.00
Concord $
-
Staunton $
-
Mutual Aid $
-
Total $ 540.00 $
-
$ 540.00
Narrative:
Page 4 of 5
The following are the statistics for the Fire Prevention Bureau. We
have been very busy in public education, inspections,
consultations and responding to emergency incidents. We are
currently fully staffed and are working diligently on multiple
projects.
September Fire Prevention
General Inspections:
31
Re-Inspections:
5
Plan Reviews:
9
Fire Prevention Permits:
3
Fire Investigations:
0
Fire Responses:
2
Ambulance Responses:
21
Public Education Events:
5
Persons in Attendance at PE Events:
126
Car Seats:
4
Short Shift Hours:
50
Page 5 of 5