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AGENDA. TROY CITY COUNCIL
MONDAY, JULY 18, 2016,7:00 P.M.
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL

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INVOCATION
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ROLL CALL

(excuse Mr. Twiss)

INTRODUCTIONS:

Recently appointed Fire Fighters: Thomas Reed, Patrick O'Neill

SUMMARY OF MINUTES

excuses by motion/second/roll call vote

July 5, 2016 Meeting

motion/second/roll call vote

COMMITTEE REPORTS
RESOLUTIONS
R-30-2016

Apply for OPWC funding for McKaig Road Project, Phase IV

EMERGENCY

1st Reading

R-31-2016

Consent for ODOT paving program to include small portion of SR 55

EMERGENCY

1st Reading

R-32-2016

Bid Sidewalk Repair Program Phase 9, $300,000

1st Reading

0-33-2016

Amend Salary Ordinance, position of Fire Lieutenant and salary

1st Reading

0-34-2016

Rezone part if IL 119 and 120, abandoned railroad property south of E. Race Drive from R-5,
Single-Family Residential District, M-2, Light Industrial District. PUBLIC HEARING 8-1-2016

1st Reading

0-35-2016

Approving Investment Policy

1st Reading

0-36-2016

180 Day Moratorium regarding medical marijuana

ORDINANCES

EMERGENCY

1st Reading

COMMUNICATIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS
COMMENTS:

Mayor, Director of Public Service & Safety, Director of Law, Auditor, Council President

COMMENTS:

Council

COMMENTS:

Staff

COMMENTS:

Audience

ADJOURN
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


Troy City Council Meeting

Date of Meeting: July 18, 2016


RESOLUTION NO.

DESCRIPTION
Apply for OPWC Funding - McKaig IV

R-30-2016

Consent - ODOT paving including small


portion of SR 55

R-31-2016

Bid Phase 9 Sidewalk Pro

R-32-2016

1ST READING

2ND READING

3RD READING

PUBLIC HEARING

SUSPENSION

ADOPTION

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ORDINANCE NO.
Amend salary ord for Fire Lieutenant

0-33-2016

Rezone part IL 119 & 120 behind part of


Race Drive

0-34-2016

Investment Policy

0-35-2016

Moratorium medical marijuana

0 -36-2016

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MINUTES OF COUNCIL
A regular session of Troy City Council was held Tuesday, July 5, 2016, at 7:00p.m . in Council Chambers.
Members Present:

Heath, Kendall, Oda, Phillips, Schweser, Snee, Terwilliger, Tremblay and Twiss.

Presiding Officer:

Martha A. Baker

President of Council

Others Present:

Michael L. Beamish
Patrick E. J. Titterington
Grant D. Kerber
John E. Frigge

Mayor
Director of Public Service and Safety
Director of Law
Auditor

INVOCATION:
Allegiance.

The meeting began with an invocation given by Mr. Phillips followed by the Pledge of

INTRODUCTIONS:

Recently appointed Firefighters David Schmolinsky and Andrew Bates were introduced.

PRESENTAT ION: Steven Justice of the Hope Over Heroin Coalition made a presentation. The Hope Over Heroin
(HOH) initiative is a collaborative effort by churches , organizations and social services to reach those suffering
from drug related issues . Local faith based organizers have scheduled a two night HOH event (July 8 and 9) at
the Miami County Fairgrounds to assist those who are willing to enter into treatment. The event will include a
memorial march. Several thousand persons are expected to attend the event over two days. Mr. Justice noted
that over 50 persons in Miami County are overdosing every month, with victims in all age and socio-economic
groups ; 80-85% of the crimes in Miami County are related to heroin; 20-30 persons in the Miami County Jail at
this time are there to detox from heroin as the jail is the only place of detox in Troy; in Troy, Narcon is
administrated to those who overdose by firefighters; the HOH organization has prepared a brochure that
outlines where help can be obtained; in preparing the brochure it was found that there are gaps in the system of
care for addiction; earlier in the year, UVMC hosted the first clinical education for physicians in Ohio regard ing
treatments for withdrawal; and it is believed it will take a community to address this situation .
As a part of this initiative Mr. Titterington explained that Troy would be the first community in Miami County to be
part of forming a Quick Response Team (QRT) to help those who have experienced a heroin overdose . The
City of Troy will participate in a pilot QRT for a period of up to 12 months. This will involve committing staff from
the Troy Police and Fire Departments to be part of four person team to include a support specialist of the faith
based community in Miami County, and a Miami County Recovery Council Addiction Treatment Specialist, to
intervene with Troy residents who have overdosed on opiates within 72 hours of the overdose event to assess
and determine whether the overdose victim is willing and ready to enter into treatment/counseling to recover
from the addiction . Mr. Titterington noted the program will have quarterly evaluations and a 12 month evaluation
to determine if it is seeing success and should be continued . He also noted that the City will be seeking State
grants/funding to offset any costs. It was noted that Colerain Twp., Ohio has implement a similar initiative and
has seen a substantial participation in treatment/counseling and reduction in crime.
Discussion.
-Mr. Phillips stated that as a 30-year law enforcement veteran, including five years in a narcotics division, he
understands that the City of Troy has been involved in addressing the addiction situation for adults and in the
schools, and while this may not receive a lot of publicity, the effort is being supported, and he applauds what
HOH is trying to accomplish .
-In response to Mrs. Baker, Mr. Titterington stated Council will be advised regarding the quarterly follow-up
evaluations of the program.
-Mr. Phillips suggested that the brochure developed by the HOH be available on the City website and provided
to businesses, organizations and churches.
-Council discussed amending the order of the Council agenda to consider the Resolution of Support for the
Quick Response Team at this time.
Amending Agenda.
A motion was made by Mr. Kendall, seconded by Mr. Schweser, to amend the agenda to consider the
Resolution of Support at this time. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.
RESOLUTION OF SUPPORT QU ICK RESPONSE TEAM. The Clerk read "A Resolution of Support, Quick
A motion was made by Mr. Phillips,
Response Team" (copy of which is attached to the original minutes).
seconded by Mr. Kendall, to approve the Resolution of Support Quick Response Team . Motion passed by
unanimous roll call vote .

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MINUTES: The Clerk gave a summary of the minutes of the June 20, 2016 meeting of Troy City Council.
There were no corrections or additions to these minutes . A motion was made by Mr. Phillips, seconded by Mr.
Twiss, to approve these minutes. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Personnel Committee: Mr. Terwilliger, Chairman, reported that Committee is supportive of establishing an
additional full time position of Firefighter/Paramedic Lieutenant, which would be an intermediate position
between that of Firefighter and Platoon Commander. This new position would perform a number of duties that
would serve, assist, and enhance the fire and EMS services of the Troy Fire Department. Committee noted that
as the position was not budgeted, a future reappropriation may be required. Legislative action to establish the
positon would not be presented to Council until after the City and IAFF bargaining unit representatives meet to
recommend a salary within the stipulations of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
At that time, Council
would consider a Salary Ordinance amendment that would establish the position and the wage. As no
legislation is required at this time, Committee recommends that Council vote on accepting the Committee report.
A motion was made by Mr. Kendall, seconded by Mr. Twiss, that Council approves the Personnel
Committee report of June 30 , 2016, recommending establishing an additional full time position of
Firefighter/Paramedic Lieutenant. Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.
Oral Report: Mr. Terwilliger gave an oral report that Mayor Beamish has requested Council approve the
appointment of William Wolke to the Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund Loan Review Committee for
a term ending December 31, 2018. William Wolke would be completing the unexpired term of Russell Thayer,
who recently resigned.
A motion was made by Mr.Terwilliger, seconded by Mr. Phillips, to approve the appointment of William
Wolke to the Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund for a term ending December 31, 2018.
Motion passed by unanimous roll call vote.

CITIZEN COMMENTS: None


RESOLUTIONS:
ORDINANCES:

None
None

COMMENTS OF THE MAYOR: Mayor Beamish commented:


-Encouraged Council to participate in the Hope Over Heroin Memory Walk, July 9, 5:00p.m ..
-Noted that there will be a downtown concert on July 8, a concert at Treasure Island Park on July 9, and a Troy
Civic Band Concert at Treasure Island Park on July 10.
-Presented the new logo/branding that will be used for wayfinding to and between Troy's historic downtown
district and newly renovated Treasure Island Park. He commented that over the next few months, corridor
banners, kiosks, bicycle racks , signage, and other furnishings will be re-branded with these new logos.
COMMENTS OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND SAFETY: Mr. Titterington commented further on
the logo, noting that it has been used on the banners at Treasure Island Park. He noted this is part of improving
the wayfinding from the corporate boundary to the downtown to the river corridor. He further commented that
the new logo will also be able to incorporate the familiar Troy, Ohio USA design for the purpose of changing the
logo at the top of the community entrance signs, and the consistent brand and wayfinding should complement
the regional branding being undertaken by the MCD.
COUNCIL COMMENTS:
-Mr. Heath stated he thought the fireworks were well done.
-Mrs. Snee asked about a potential opening date for the marina building , with Mr. Titterington replying that late
summer is the goal of the restaurant operator.

There being no further business, Council adjourned at 7:44 p.m.

Clerk of Council

President of Council

COMMITIEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President of.Council

FROM:

Streets & Sidewalks Committee

SUBJECT:

BIDDING AUTHORIZATION-- SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, PHASE 9

DATE: July 11, 2016

SUMMARY REPORT: (To be read at Council meeting)


Th is Committee met July 11 regarding bidding for the Sidewalk Improvement Program Phase 9. The project to be
bid includes the properties where the owners have not obtained a permit to have the work done. The estimated
cost of the work to be bid is approximately $300,000, which is the amount budgeted .
RECOMMENDATION: (To be read at Council meeting)
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing the Director of Public Service
& Safety to advertise for bids and enter into a contract for the Sidewalk Improvement Program Phase 9 at a cost
not to exceed $300,000.
Respectfully submitted,

Brock A. Heath

Lynne B. Snee

Bobby W. Phillips, Chairman


Streets & Sidewalks Committee
DETAILED REPORT:
This Committee met on July 11, 2016, to consider authorizing bidding for the Sidewalk Improvement Program
Phase 9. The meeting was also attended by Mayor Beamish, Council President Baker, the Director of Public
Service and Safety, and members ofthe City staff.
The Sidewalk Improvement Program is to replace raised, cracked and otherwise dangerous sidewalks that have a
liability potentia l for the property owners and the City. Phase 9 has been identified as the areas along South
Plum, South Cherry, South Walnut and South Mulberry between Main and Franklin; South Market, South Walnut
and South Mulberry between East Franklin and East Canal; and the area encompassed by South Market, East
West, South Clay, Ross, and South Mulberry which include the following streets Young, Enyeart and Dakota .
Following Council's approval of the Resolution of Necessity regarding the repair/replacement for Phase 9 of this
program, property owners received notice. Of the approximately 121 parcels in Phase 9, the owners of about 92
did not request permits to perform the work. The City now bids for that work to be done for those properties
where permits were not requested. After the project is completed, property owners may pay the City for their
share of the project or have the cost assessed to the taxes as necessary to be paid over a five-year period. It is
estimated that the current work to be performed under the City's contract will not exceed $300,000, which is the
amount budgeted. The contract will not include replacing/establishing handicap ramps at intersections within the
area as that will be a part of a separate contract using Community Block Development Grant (CDBG) funding.
RECOMMENDATION:
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizing the Director of Public Service
& Safety to advertise for bids and enter into a contract for Phase 9 of the Sidewalk Improvement Program at a
cost not to exceed $300,000.

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Council, Mayor, Mr. Kerber, Mr. Frigge, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, media

COMMITTEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President of Council

DATE: July 11, 2016

FROM:

Streets & Sidewalks Committee

SUBJECT:

ODOT CONSENT LEGISLATION, RESURFACING PROGRAM - SR 55 IN STATE FY


2017

SUMMARY REPORT: (to be read at Council meeting)


Committee members Snee and Heath met on April 11 to consider the consent legislation provided by the Ohio
Department of Transportation (ODOT) regard ing ODOT's microsurfacing project to include the paving of SR
55 in State FY 2017. A small portion of the project is within Troy's city limits. The project is at no cost to the
City, but consent legislation is required.
RECOMMENDATION: (to be read at Council meeting)
We recommend that the consent legislation provided by ODOT be approved r elated to the paving of an area
of SR 55 within the City of Troy. Based on the ODOT format, we support the legislation being presented as
an emergency measure.
Respectfully submitted,

Brock A. Heath

Lynne B. Snee

Bobby W. Phillips, Chairman


Streets & Sidewalks Committee
DETAILED REPORT:
This Committee met on July 11, 2016, to consider the consent legislation provided by the Ohio Department of
Transportation (ODOT) regarding ODOT's microsurfacing project for State FY 2017. This meeting was also
attended by Mayor Beamish, Council President Baker, the Director of Public Service and Safety, and
members of the City staff.
For this project, ODOT will be paving an area of SR 55, and a small portion of the area to be paved is
within the City of Troy. The project is at no cost to the City, but consent legislation is required. As is
standard with ODOT, their consent legislation would be an emergency measure. It is noted that in April
Council considered legislation for a project that would have included a small portion of SR 718 within the City,
but ODOT has changed that project to one that will include SR 55.
RECOMMENDATION:
We recommend that the consent legislation provided by ODOT be approved related to the paving of an area
of SR 55 within the City of Troy. Based on the ODOT format, we support the legislation being presented as
an emergency measure.

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Council, Mayor,
Director of Law
City Auditor
Mr. Titterington
Clerk
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COMMIITEE REPORT
TROY CITY COUNCIL
TO:

Mrs. Baker, President of Council

FROM:

Streets and Sidewalks Committee

SUBJECT:

OPWC APPLICATION FOR McKAIG ROAD IMPROVEMENT PHASE IV

DATE:

July 11, 2016

SUMMARY REPORT: {To be read at Council meeting)


This Committee met on July 11 regarding authorizing an application for Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC)
funds for the McKaig Road Improvement Phase IV. The project scope includes roadway reconstruction/paving,
sidewalk/curb/gutter, and utility work. The project area is from the alley west of Lake Street to the 1-75 overpass.
While this project has not yet been designed, it is currently estimated at $1,415,000. The OPWC grant would not
exceed $600,000. This project would be designed in 2017 and constructed in 2018.
RECOMMENDATION: {To be read at Council meeting)
It is the recommendation of this Committee that legislation be prepared authorizi ng the Director of Public Service
and Safety to file an application for OPWC funds for the McKaig Road Improvement Phase IV. As the application
deadline is July 25, we support emergency legislation.
Respectfully submitted,

Brock A. Heath

Lynne B. Snee

Bobby W. Phillips, Chairman


Streets & Sidewalks Committee
DETAILED REPORT:
This Committee met on July 11, 2016, to consider recommending the application be submitted for Ohio Public
Works Commission (OPWC) Funds for the 2018 construction of the McKaig Road Improvement Phase IV. The
meeting was also attended by Mayor Beamish, Council President Baker, 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 IV has scored high enough to receive funding. The project area would be on McKaig
Road between the alley west of Lake Street and the 1-75 overpass. 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 $1,415,000. A more definitive estimate will be part of the design process; however, the
OPWC grant would not exceed $600,000. The City will be required to bid the project and seek reimbursement for the
State portion. The design ofthis project will be included in the 2017 budget. Construction would be in 2018.
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 IV. As the application
deadline is July 25, we support emergency legislation.

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Council, Mayor, Mr. Kerber, Mr. Frigge, Mr. Titterington, Clerk, staff, media

CITY OF TROY, OHIO

RESOLUTION No.----"R=-3=o=-z""'"'o1_,_6_ _
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A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC


SERVICE AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF TROY. OHIO. TO
PREPARE AND SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO PARTICIPATE IN
THE OHIO PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION STATE CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENT
AND/OR
LOCAL
TRANSPORTATION
IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMCSl AND TO EXECUTE CONTRACTS
AS REQUIRED AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the State Capital Improvement Program and the Local Transportation
Improvement Program both provide financial assistance to political subdivisions for capital
improvements to public infrastructure; and

WHEREAS, the City of Troy is planning to make capital improvements to McKaig Road
Phase IV; and

WHEREAS, the infrastructure improvement herein above described is considered to be a


priority need for the community and is a qualified project under the Ohio Public Wor1<s Commission
(OPWC) programs.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as follows:
SECTION 1:

That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy, Ohio is

hereby authorized to file all necessary applications and documents with the OPWC for funds as
described above for the McKaig Road Improvement Project Phase IV and to execute contracts with
OPWC as required.

SECTION II:

That the Director of Public Service and Safety of the City of Troy, Ohio is

authorized to enter into any agreements as may be necessary and appropriate for obtaining this
financial assistance.

SECTION Ill:

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 July 25, 2016; NOW WHEREFORE,
this Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption by this Council and approval by the
Mayor.

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President of Council

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Mayor

CITY OF T ROY, OHIO

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A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONSENT AND COOPERATION WITH THE


OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE RESURFACING OF
STATE ROUTE 55 WITHN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF THE CITY OF TROY.
OHIO IN FY 2017 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
Resolution# R~31~2016
PlD No. 101059
MIA MICRO FY2017 (A)

The following Resolution 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 1- Project Description
WHEREAS, the STATE has identified the need for the described project:
Microsurface various routes in Miami County to include State Route 55 Straight Line Mile 3.79 to 8.21 more or less, a
portion within the City of Troy, Miami County, Ohio. Said project is further identified as MIA MICRO FY2017 (A).
NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City of Troy, 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 fmancing 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: (1) 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 fmancial provisions, as necessary, for such maintenance of the Project; (3) maintain
the right-of-way, keeping it free of obstructions; aod, (4) bold said right-of-way inviolate for public highway purposes.
SECTION VI- Authority to Sign
The Director of Public Service and Safety of said City of Troy is hereby empowered on behalf of the City of Troy to
(Contractual Agent-Title)
enter into contracts with the Director of Transportation necessary to complete the above described project.
SECTION VII - Rescind Resolution R-19-2016
That Resolution Number R-19-2016, related to the paving of a portion of SR 718, is hereby rescinded as requested by
the Ohio Department of Transportation.
SECTION VIII- Emergency
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 to expedite the highway project and to promote
highway safety, NOW WHEREFORE this Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and approval
by the Mayor.

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President of Council
Approved: _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest:_:::--:---:-=----:-:---- - - Clerk of Council

Mayor

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CITY OF TROY, OHIO

RESOLUTION No.
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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 PHASE 9 OF THE SIDEWALK REPAIR
PROGRAM

WHEREAS, Council recently passed a Resolution of Necessity, R-10-2016,


regarding Phase 9 of the Sidewalk Repair Program,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Troy, as


follows:

SECTION 1:

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 Phase 8 of
the Sidewalk Repair Program , 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 Three
Hundred Thousand Dollars and no/100 ($300,000.00).

SECTION II: That this Resolution shall be effective at the earliest date allowed
bylaw.

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President of Council
Approved: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Attest:-----------Clerk of Council

Mayor

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ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 03-2016


FIXING SALARIES AND WAGES OF CERTAIN
EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO

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BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio. at least two-thirds of the members
thereof concurring as follows:

SECTION 1:

That Section I of Ordinance No. 0-3-2016, attached hereto, is hereby repealed

the effective date of this Ordinance.

SECTION II: That Section I of Ordinance No. 0-3-2016 is hereby amended as follows and the
position of Fire Lieutenant is established the effective date of this Ordinance:
Beginning
Effective Date of
Ordinance

Platoon Commander
lieutenant
First Class Firefighter (Step 2-1 yr.)
1st Class Firefighter (Step 1 - 6 months)
2nd Class Fi refighter (Step 2 - 6 months)
2nd Class Firefighter (Step 1 - 6 months)
3rd Class Firefighter (Step 2 - 6 months)
3rd Class Firefighter (Step 1)

$80,025 .21
$73,411.37
$68,608.76
$65,558.82
$60,229.86
$55,651.35
$51,836.99
$49,558.11

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Beginning

Jan. 1, 2017

Jan. 1, 2018

$81,625.71
$74,879.61
$69,980.94
$66,870.00
$61,434.46
$56,764.38
$52,873 .73
$50,549.27

$83,258.22
$76,377.20
$71,380.56
$68,207.40
$62,663.15
$57,899.67
$53,931.20
$51,560.26

SECTION Ill: That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by law.

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President of Council
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Mayor

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SECTION 1:

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

The following bargaining unit employees of the Fire

Department shall receive the following salaries:

Platoon Commander

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Jon . 1, 2016

Jan. 1, 2017

Jan. 1, 2018

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66,870.00

68,207.40

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61,434.46

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lsi Clus Firefighter {Step 2 - 1 yr)

6&,608.76

lsi Class Firefighter (Step l)

2nd Class Firelighter {Step 2 - 6 months)


2nd Clus Firefightu {Step 1)

81,625.71

6.9,.980 ..94

55,651.35

56,764.38

3rd Class Flrefishter {Step 2 - 6 months)

51,136 ..95

52,873 .73

3rd Clan Arelichter {Step l)

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71,380.56

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57,899.67

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51,560.26

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CITY OF TROY, OHIO

0 RDINANCE No._..\.!:o~34=-....!;2ow..l,6. ! . , _ _

ORDINANCE CHANGING THE ZONING OF PART OF


OUTLOTS 119 AND 120 !PARCEL NO. DOB-096930) IN
THE CITY OF TROY, OHIO FROM THE ZONING OF R-5,
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, TO M-2,
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT

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WHEREAS, a request for zoning change was presented to the Planning


Commission of the City of Troy, Ohio, to rezone of part of Outlets 119 and 120 (Parcel#
D08-096930) in the City of Troy, and

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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 1:

That the zoning of part of Outlets 119 and 120 (Parcel # D08-

096930) from the zoning of R-5, Single-Family Residential District, to the zoning of M-2.
Light Industrial District is hereby approved .

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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MEMORANDUM

TO:

Mrs. Baker, President, Troy City Council

FROM:

Sue Knight, for the Troy Planning Commission

DATE:

July 1, 2016

SUBJECT:

REPORT OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION ON THE REZONING OF PART OF OUTLOTS 119 & 120,
ABANDONED RAILROAD PROPERTY LOCATED SOUTH OF A PORTION OF E. RACE DRIVE, FROM
R-5, SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, TO M-2, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT

On June 22, 2016, the Troy Planning Commission considered the rezoning of Part of Outlets 119 and 120 (Parcel#
D08-096930) from R-5, Single-Family Residential District, to the zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District. This is
2.6942 acres of abandoned railroad property, located south of E. Race Drive, abutting the lots with addresses of
910 E. Race Drive to 1112 E. Race Drive. The rezoning property owner/applicant is Habitat for Humanity.
In 2010, this property had split zoning of R-5, Single Family Residential, and M -3, General Industrial district.
Habitat for Humanity had a vision for the property which included an extension of Jeep Street to the west to
connect with S. Union Street fo r a project that would result in 14 new residential lots with the opportunity of a
large scale neighborhood to the south. The property was rezoned entirely to the R-5, Single Family Residential
District, to accommodate the then plan of Habitat for Humanity. However, due to the cost of the project and the
large parcel to the south (zoned M-3, General Industrial) not being suitable for residential development, Habitat
has opted to abandon the Jeep Street extension project and has requested the property be rezoned for industrial
use. If rezoned to M-2, Habitat for Humanity could then sell the land to the contiguous business, Spectracam, so
that Spectracam can expend their facility.
The parcel proposed for rezoning touches Jeep Street, which provides frontage (although this portion of Jeep
Street is not yet paved). The property runs along the south property line of nine residential properties and to the
west of one residential property. The impact to the surrounding residential areas will be minimal due to the
unique topography and the natural buffer already in place, which consists of an earthen berm and heavy tree
density. A buffer between the residential zoning district and the industrial district is required by the City of Troy
Zoning Code.
The Zoning Code describes the "M-2" Light Industrial District as designed to provide for industrial uses, which can
be operated in such a manner as t o conform to the applicable performance standards specified in the district.
These performance standards regulate such uses in order to prohibit congestion and for the protection of
adjacent residential and business activities.
The Planning Commission determined not to hold a public hearing on this rezoning application.

Page Two

By unanimous vote, the Troy Planning Commission recommends to Troy City Council that the rezoning be
approved for part of Outlots 119 and 120, consisting of 2.6942 acres of abandoned railroad property, located
south of E. Race Drive, abutting the lots with addresses of 910 E. Race Drive to 1112 E. Race Drive, from R-5,
Single-Family Residential District, to the zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District, as submitted, and based on the
findings of staff that:
o The area has the same zoning with two connecting parcels as the proposed zoning classification;
o The property already provides a required buffer between the residential properties and proposed
industrial property;
o The parcel meets the required bulk requirements for an M-2 zoned property and fits the proposed use
well;
o The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City ofTroy Zoning Code;
o The rezoning would enable utilization of a currently unutilized property.
Attached is a copy of the information reviewed by the Commission . This request is forwarded herewith to Council
for consideration.
The Public Hearing before Council has been set for the August 1 meeting of Council.

encl.

REZONING APPLICATION, FOR PART OF OUTLOTS 119 AND 120, CONSISTING OF 2.6942 ACRES
OF ABANDONED RAILROAD PROPERTY. LOCATED SOUTH OF E. RACE DRIVE. ABUTTING THE LOTS
WITH ADDRESSES OF 910 E. RACE DRIVE TO 1112 E. RACE DRIVE.

THE REZONING IS FROM

R-5,

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, TO THE ZONING OF M-2, LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT; OWNER/
APPLICANT: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY.

Staff reported: Bill Horstman, Habitat for Humanity Executive Director,

has applied for the rezoning of Parcel #DOB-096930; the property is zoned R-5, Single Family Residential; request
is for M-2, Light Industrial District; property consists of 2.6942 acres located south of Race Dr.; surrounding zoning
districts predominately include R-5, Single-Family Residential to the north, east and west and M-3 General
Industrial District to the south; in 2010, th is property had split zoning of R-5 Single Family Residential and M-3
General Industrial district; Habitat for Humanity had a vision for the property which included an extension of Jeep
Street to the west to connect with S. Union St. to develop residential lots and the property was rezoned to only the
R-5 district; due to the cost of the project and the large parcel to the south (zoned M-3 General Industrial) not being
suitable for residential development, Habitat has opted to abandon the Jeep Street extension project and is
proposing the property be rezoned for industrial use as it has previously shared; the rezoning would allow for the
contiguous business, Spectracam, to purchase the property for their business; the parcel proposed for rezoning
touches Jeep Street which provides frontage (although this portion of Jeep Street is not yet paved); it runs along the
south property line of nine residential properties and to the west of one residential property; the impact to the
surrounding residential areas will be minimal due to the unique topography and the natural buffer already in place,
which consists of an earthen berm and heavy tree density; a buffer between the residential zoning district and the
industrial district is required by the City of Troy Zoning Code, the Zoning Code describes the "M-2" Light Industrial
District as designed to provide for industrial uses, which can be operated in such a manner as to conform to the
applicable performance standards specified in the district; these performance standards regulate such uses in order
to prohibit congestion and for the protection of adjacent residential and business activities; the Comprehensive
Plan's Future Land Use shows the surrounding area to be predominately residential use with future industrial use to
the south; the criteria on which to base a rezoning should be recommended:
(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 1131.02(e), and (r). These sections dictate the
intent and purpose of th e Zoning Code. Theses sections are listed below:
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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 industrial use of the property fits well with th e
current uses that exi st 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 .
(C) 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 currently zoned M-2 to the proposed rezoning parcel. In addition, the use
would also be allowed in the surrounding M-3 zoning district that exists to the south.
(D) Whether adequate utility, sewer, and water facilities, and all other needed public seNices exist or can be provided to seNe the
uses that would be permitted on

a property if it were reclassified.

All utilities are provided or are available to this parcel.


(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 available land zoned M-2 Light Industrial in the area, however, a large parcel of land zoned M-3 General Industrial exists to
the south of this parcel.
(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.

Staff did not recommend a public hearing be held by the Commission and recommended approval of the
rezoning application based on :
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The area has the same zoning with two (2) connecting parcels as the proposed zoning classification ;

The property already provides a required buffer between the residential properties and proposed industrial

The parcel meets the required bulk requ irements for an M-2 zoned property and fits the proposed use well;

property;

The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code;

The rezon ing would enable utilization of a currently unutilized property.


The Commission discussed that there does seem to be a good natural buffer. In response to Mr.

Titterington regarding extending the area to be rezoned to Williams Street, it was stated that the rezoning follows
the cu rrent parcel ing of the land and Spectracam does not need the area to Williams Street.

Mayor Beam ish

summarized that by Habitat selling this un-needed property will make it possible for Spectracam to expand their
business .

PUBLIC HEARING: A motion was made by Mr. Titterington, seconded by Mr. McGarry, that the Planning

Commission not hold a public hearing on the rezoning of part of Outlots 119 and 120.
MOTION PASSED, UNANIMOUS VOTE
REZONING APPLICATION: A motion was made by Mayor Beamish, seconded by Mr. Wolke, that the

Troy Planning Commission recommends to Troy City Council that the rezoning be approved for part of Outlots 119
and 120, consisting of 2.6942 acres of abandoned railroad property, located south of E. Race Drive, abutting the
lots with addresses of 910 E. Race Drive to 1112 E. Race Drive, from R-5, Single-Family Residential District, to the
zoning of M-2, Light Industrial District, as submitted, and based on the findings of staff that:
o

The area has the same zoning with two (2) connecting parcels as the proposed zoning classification;

The property already provides a required buffer between the residential properties and proposed industrial
property;

The parcel meets the required bulk requirements for an M-2 zoned property and fits the proposed use well;

The proposed rezoning is consistent with the intent and purposes of the City of Troy Zoning Code;

The rezoning would enable utilization of a currently unutilized property.


MOTION PASSED, UNANIMOUS VOTE

BACKGROUND:

Bill Horstman, Habitat for Humanity Executive Director, has applied for Planning
Commission to consider allowing the rezoning of Parcel #D08-096930. Currently the
property is zoned R-5, Single Family Residential, and the applicant requests that the
zoning of the parcel be rezoned to M-2, Light Industrial District.
The property consists of 2.6942 acres located south of Race Dr. The surrounding zoning
districts predominately include R-5, Single-Family Residential to the north, east and west
and M-3 General Industrial District to the south. A map depicting the surrounding zoning
districts has been attached to this report
DISCUSSION:

In 2010, this property had split zoning ofR-5 Single Family Residential and M-3 General
Industrial district. Habitat for Humanity had a vision for the property which included an
extension of Jeep Street to the west to connect with S. Union St. This project would
result with 14 new residential lots with the opportunity of a large scale neighborhood to
the south. As a result, the property was rezoned entirely to the R-5 Single Family
Residential District.
Due to the cost of the project and the large parcel to the south (zoned M-3 General
Industrial) not being suitable for residential development, Habitat has opted to abandon
the Jeep Street extension project and is proposing the property be rezoned for industrial
use as it has previously shared. The rezoning would allow for the contiguous business,
Spectracam, to purchase the property for their business.
The parcel proposed for rezoning touches Jeep Street which provides frontage (although
this portion of Jeep Street is not yet paved). The property runs along the south property
line of nine (9) residential properties and to the west of one (1) residential property. The
impact to the surrounding residential areas will be minimal due to the unique topography
and the natural buffer already in place, which consists of an earthen berm and heavy tree
density. A buffer between the residential zoning district and the industrial district is
required by the City of Troy Zoning Code. Pictures of this area have been attached to
this report.
The Zoning Code describes the "M-2" Light Industrial District as designed to provide for
industrial uses, which can be operated in such a manner as to conform to the applicable
performance standards specified in the district. These performance standards regulate

such uses in order to prohibit congestion and for the protection of adjacent residential and
business activities.
A comparison between the permitted uses of the R-5 Residential District and the M-2
Light Industrial districts is included with this repo1i.
The Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use (Figure 14-4) shows the surrounding area to
be predominately residential use with future industrial use 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
1131.02(e), and (r). These sections dictate the intent and purpose of the Zoning Code.
Theses sections are listed below:
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ll31.02(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
industrial 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.
(C) 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 currently zoned M-2 to the
proposed rezoning parcel. In addition, the use would also be allowed in the smrounding
M-3 zoning district that exists to the south.

(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 or are available to this parcel.

(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 available land zoned M-2 Light Industrial in the area, however, a large parcel
of land zoned M-3 General Industrial exists to the south ofthis parcel.

(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 the topography
provides protection as a buffer for sunounding residential properties, and that City
Council is required to hold a public healing if the request proceeds on, staff does not feel
that a public hearing before the Planning Commission is warranted.
RECOMMENDATION:

Staff is advocating that the Planning Commission recommend approval of the rezoning
from R-5, Single Family Residential District to M-2, Light Industrial District, based on
the following:
o The area has the same zoning with two (2) connecting parcels as the proposed
zoning classification; and
o The prope1iy already provides a required buffer between the residential properties
and proposed industrial property; and
o The parcel meets the required bulk requirements for an M-2 zoned property and
fits the proposed 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 enable utilization of a cunently unutilized property.

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(Held every 2na and 41h Wednesday of the month at 3:30p.m.)

Date Requested:

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APPLICATION IS DUE TWO (2) WEEKS PRIOR TO MEETING

APPLICATION FOR ZONING AMENDMENT


CITY OF TROY PLANNING COMMISSION
(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

Jeep Street extension/Floral Avenue


Part OJ tlots , 119 & 120 (Street Address)
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096930
being lot number(s) DOSfrom _R=-....,.-,----=-.,--.,.,--.....,.,..-.,..-~ to -=-M_--:--:--:--:=:---:::--::--:the property located at

(Parcelldentification Number)

(Existing Zoning Classification)

OWNER
Name

Habitat for H.lmanity

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Zip Code _ 4_5_3_7_3_ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___


Phone No. ___,_(_9_37_):......_3_3_2-_3_7_6_
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Fax No.

(Proposed Zoning Classlficalion)

APPLICANT

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Bill Horstman , Executive Dil:'ector Fax No. - - - - - - - - - -- -- - - - -

Email

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The applicant is the _ __.;;


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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 STATEMENTS CONTAINED IN ALL
THE EXHIBITS PREPARED BY ME AND TRANSMITTED HEREWITH A~_IfiJ1tJ
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Subscribed and sworn to before me this

(Applicant Signature)
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(Notary Public)

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

- - - - +- - - EXHIBIT A
- - - - 1 - - - - EXHIBIT B

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EXHIBIT C
EXHIBIT D
- - -- 1 - - - - EXHIBIT E
- - - - 1 - -- - Labels
- - --+- - - Copies
- - --+-- - - Map(s)

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Reasons for Zoning Reclassification


Legal Description
Site Plan: lot dimensions, Jot numbers, current zoning, existing and proposed uses
Site Map with Zoning & Owners within 250 feet of parcel
Property Owners List within 250 feet of parcel
Two (2) Sets of Mailing Labels of Property Owners
(1) Complete Sets in a reproducible format 11 "x17"
One (1) County Tax Map(s}

Check Issued to City of Troy


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for $150.00

PLANNING COMMISSION DISPOSITION:

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RECOMMENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL

CITY COUNCIL DISPOSITION:


1st Reading:

2"d:

3'd:

PUBLIC HEARING DATE


COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

A~~ roved:

Denied:

CITY COUNCIL ACTION

Ordinance Number:

Revised 10/25/11

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EXHIBIT A
REASON FOR ZONING CHANGE

Applicant had previously received a zoning change for this real estate
from split zoning (R-5/M-3) to R-5 when it purchased the real estate. It
was purchased with the intention of extending Jeep St. and developing
the propetiy into lots for its programs. Applicant has determined that the
development will not take place since the extension of Jeep St. is not
financially feasible. So it would like to sell the real estate.
Applicant has entered into a sales agreement with the owner of
Spectracam for the Purchase of this real estate. This real estate is
contiguous to the cunent Spectracam real estate, which is zoned M-2.
Spectracam wishes to use this real estate as a parking lot and storage
area for its business. The sales agreement is conditioned upon the
rezoning of this real estate. Thus, Applicant requests that the real
estate's zoning be changed from R-5 to M-2.

EXHIBITB
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
(See Attached)

DESCRIPTION APPROVED
MIAMI jJOUNTY ENGINEER

BY 1>/

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Situate in the State of Ohio, County of Miami, City of Troy and being parts of Outlots 119
and 120, in said City, more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at an iron pin which marks the Southeast comer of Inlet 3177 in Cloverdale
Addition as shown on Miami County Recorder's Record of Plats Book 4, Page 77; thence
South 53 54' 05" East with the North line of the CSX Railroad right-of-way same being the
South line and extension of the South line of Cloverdale Addition, a total distance of 30.0 feet
to a P.K. nail in the centerline of Floral Avenue same being the place of beginning of the
parcel herein described;
Thence South 34 31' 29" West with the centerline of Floral Avenue, a total distance of99.71
feet to a P.K. nail at the intersection with the North line of Jeep Street extended, witness an
iron pin 30.0 feet distant on line next described which marks the Northwest comer of Floral
Avenue and Jeep Street;
Thence North 53 55' 25" West with the South line of the abandoned railroad right-of-way
same being the North right-of-way line of Jeep Street and the extension thereof, a total
distance of 851.35 feet to an iron pin marking the P.C. of a curve to the left having a radius of
2814.93 feet;
Thence Northwesterly along the South right-of-way of said railroad with said curve to the left
a total arc distance of 319.33 feet to an iron pin, the central angle of this arc is 6 29' 59" and
the long chord ofthis arc bears North 57 10' 19" West and is 319.16 feet in length;
Thence Nmih 29 34' 41" East crossing said railroad right-of-way a total distance of 100.00
feet to an iron pin;
Thence Southeasterly with a curve to the right having a radius of2914.93 feet along the Nm1h
right-of-way line of said abandoned railroad a total arc distance of 330.67 feet to an iron pin
marking the P.T. of said curve the central angle ofthis arc is 6 29' 59" and the long chord of
this arc bears South 57 10' 19" East a total distance of 330.49 feet;
Thence South 53 54' 05" East with the North right-of-way line of said abandoned railroad
and the South line of Cloverdale Addition and adjacent platted area, a total distance of 848.65
feet to the place of beginning.
The above described parcel contains a total of 2.6942 acres of which 1.5266 acres is a part of
Outlot 120 and 1.1676 acres is a part of Outlot 119.
Description prepared by Richard W. Kleckner, Professional Surveyor #4370, in accordance
with a survey filed in the Miami County Engineer's Record of Lot Surveys Volume 23, Page
33.

EXCEPTING THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE:


Situate in the City of Troy, County of Miami, in the State of Ohio and being part of Outlot
120 in said City, more particularly described as follows:
Begiiming at an iron pin which marks the southeast comer of Inlot 3177 in Cloverdale as
shown on Miami County Recorder's Record of Plats Book 4, Page 77; thence South 53 54'
09" East with the North line of the former CSX Railroad right-of-way same being the South
line and extension of the South line of Cloverdale Addition, a total distance of 30 feet to a
P .K. nail in the centerline of Floral Avenue, same being the place of beginning of the parcel
herein described;
Thence South 34 31' 30" West with the centerline of Floral Avenue, a total distance of99.71
feet to a P.K. nail at the intersection with the North line of Jeep Street extended; witness an
iron pin 30 feet distant on line next described which marks the northwest comer of Floral
Avenue and Jeep Street;
Thence North 53 55' 25" West with the South line of the abandoned railroad right-of-way
same being the North right-of-way line of Jeep Street a total distance of
562 feet to an iron pin set; thence North 36 04' 35" East a distance of99.89 feet to an iron
pin set at a point on the South line of the Cloverdale Addition and the former North line of the
CSX Railroad right-of-way; thence South 53 54' 09" East along the South line and extension
of Cloverdale Addition same being the North line of the former CSX Railroad right-of-way a
total distance of 559.3 feet to a P.K. nail found in the centerline of Floral Avenue to the place
of beginning.
The above described tract contains a total of 1.2842 acres of Outlot 120 and now known as
Carpenter's Comer Section One as shown on Plat Book 19, Page 16 of the Miami County
Recorder's Plat Records.

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N!ricultural implement soles and service.
Awicultuml uses.
Auction sales.
Automobile fuel dispensiuA statioo.
Automobile parking garages.
Automobile parkinp, lots.
Automobile repair gamges - includinp, body work.
Bakeries- wholesale sales.
Bevemge 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 manufacturiuA.
Cold storage plants.
Commercial greenhouses and nurseries.
Contractor sales, stora11e and equipment yards.
Crematoriums (pet and human).
Dairy and food product processing and packaging.
Driver training schools (trucks).
Dry cleaning - commercial.
Electrical and eleotroruc products, components and equipment- manufacturing, assembling or repair.
Equipment rental services, including cars, trucks and trailers.
Extenninating services.
Fiber, fur, p,lass, hair, hom, leather, paper, plastics, rubber, precious or semi-precious stone or metal.
Food brokem - remit, wholesale and stomge without processi~IA.
Frozen food lockem.
Garden stores.
Government buildinp,s, structures, or premises used exclusively by governments
Government buildings, structures, or premises used exclusively by governments
Heating, NC, electric and plumbing sales, service and repair.
Uquid fuel, petroleum products, petroleum, and volatile oils- bulk stomp,e stations.
Machine shops, tool and die shops.
Machinery and heavy equipmeut rental, sales and stomgc.
Manufacturing, assembling or repair of medical, dental, optical and similar precision instruments.
Meat processing and packaging, exclusive of slaughtering.
Medical and dentallabomtories.
Metal products, excludinp, structural stool and foundry products or prepared materials
Moving snd storage companies.
Musical instruments- manufacturing, sssomblinll 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 utility.
Railroad statiom, depots, !min yards, classification yards nod team trecka.
Research and en)!ineerin~ labomtorics.
Sales offices and service ce11ters.
Sawing and planrUng miUs.
Sexually oriented business.
Sign painting and manufacture.
Stone products processin11 and manufacturinJI.
Tattoo parlors.
Truok fuel dispotllling stntiD!Ill.
Truck repair facility.
Truck sales and service.
Truck washing facility.
Trucking and motor freight tenninals.
Watches and clocks, including clock opemted devices- manufacturing, assemblin}l or repair.
Water filtretion plants and pumping stations.
Wholesale houses, wsrehouse and other storage facilities

R-5 Prlnciual Pennitfed Uses


Adult Family Home.
Churches, chapels, temples, synagogues.
Family Home.
Foster Family Home.
Pub~c parka, playgrounds and community centers.
Public utility.
Schools- primary, intermediate and secondary- public or
Sin)lle family dwellings.

CITY OF TROY, OHIO

ORDINANCE No._ _o-_3s_-2_o_16_

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ORDINANCE APPROVING THE INVESTMENT


POLICY OF THE CITY OF TROY

WHEREAS , the Investment Policy of the City of Troy has been approved by this Council

in the past; and


WHEREAS, the Investment Policy is a guide to the Investment Committee, comprised of

the Mayor, the Auditor and Law Director, in making decisions concerning the investment of
municipal funds; and
WHEREAS, state law requires that the policy be filed with the State Auditor, and also

recommends approval by Council.


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio, as

follows:
SECTION 1:

That the Investment Policy of the City of Troy, attached hereto as Exhibit

A and made a part hereof, is hereby adopted by this Council.


SECTION II:

That this Ordinance shall be effective at the earliest date allowed by law .

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Exhibit A

City of Troy
Investment and Deposit Policy
Section 1

Policy

It is the policy of the City of Troy ("City") to invest public funds in a manner which will provide the
highest investment return with maximum security while meeting all liquidity and operating demands
of the City. /\II investment activities must conform to all applicable federal, state and local statutes
governing the investment of public funds .
Section 2

Scope

This Investment and Deposit Policy ("Policy") applies to all financial assets of the City of Troy. The
City funds subject to this Policy are hereinafter referred to as the "Active Portfolio."
The City may consolidate cash balances from all funds to maximize investment earnings. Investment
income will be allocated to various funds in accordance with generally accepted accounting
principles.
Section 3

Objectives

The primary objectives of investment activities, in order of priority, shall be safety, liquidity and
yield:
A. Safety ofPrincipal
Safety of principal is the foremost objective of the City. Investments shall be undertaken in a
manner that seeks to ensure the preservation of capital in the overall portfolio. This is
accomplished by:
1. Limiting investments to the securities authorized by this policy.
2. Pre-qualifying the financial institutions, broker/dealers, and advisors with which the City of
Troy will do business.
3. DiversifYing the investment portfolio so that potential losses on individual securities will not
significantly affect the safety of the portfolio.
4. Structuring the investment portfolio so that securities mature to meet cash requirements for
ongoing operations, thereby avoiding the need to sell securities on the open market prior to
maturity.
B. Liquidity
The investment portfolio shall remain sufficiently liquid to meet all operating requirements that
may be reasonably anticipated. This is accomplished by:
I. Structuring the portfolio so that securities mature concurrent with cash needs to meet
anticipated demands.
2. The portfolio should consist largely of securities with active secondary or resale markets.
3. A portion of the portfolio may be placed in money market funds or local government pools
(Star Ohio) which offer same-day or weekly liquidity for short-term funds .

C. Return on Investments
The investment portfolio shall be designed with the objective of attaining a market rate of return
throughout budgetary and economic cycles, taking into account the investment risk constraints
and liquidity needs. Return on investment is of secondary importance compared to the safety
and liquidity objectives described above.

Section 4

Standards of Care

A. Delegation ofAuthority
Management responsibility for the investment program is hereby delegated to the City Auditor or
the Auditor's designee who shall act in accordance with established written procedures and
internal controls for the operation of the investment program, consistent with this investment
policy. The City Auditor or the Auditor's designee shall be responsible for all transactions
undertaken and shall establish a system of controls to regulate the activities of subordinate
officials. No person may engage in an investment transaction except as provided under the terms
of this policy and the procedures established by the City Auditor.
B. Prudence
The standard of prudence to be used by investment officials shall be the "prudent person" and/or
"prudent investor" standard and shall be applied in the context of managing an overall portfolio.
Investment officers acting in accordance with written procedures and this investment policy and
exercising due diligence shall be relieved of personal responsibility for an individual security's
credit risk or market price changes, provided deviations from expectations are reported in timely
fashion and the actions of the investment officer are in accordance with this policy.
C. Ethics and Conflicts ofInterest
Officers and employees involved in the investment process shall refrain from personal business
activity that could conflict with the proper execution and management of the investment
program, or that could impair their ability to make impartial investment decisions. Employees
and investment officials shall disclose to the City Manager any material financial interests that
could be related to the performance of the City's investments.
Section 5

Maturity

To the extent possible, the City will attempt to match the term to maturity of its investments with the
anticipated cash flow requirements. Unless matched to a specific cash flow requirement, the City
will not directly invest in securities maturing more than five years from the date of settlement.
Section 6

Diversification

The investment portfolio shall be diversified by:


a. Avoiding over-concentration in securities from a specific issuer or business sector
(excluding securities issued by the United States government or an agency or
instrumentality thereof) ; and
b. Investing in securities with varying maturities; and
c. Continuously investing a portion of the portfolio in readily available funds such as money
market funds, overnight repurchase agreements or local government investment pools to
ensure appropriate liquidity is maintained in order to meet ongoing obligations.

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Section 7

Authorized Finan cial Institutions and Dealers

Any financial institution, as defined by O.R.C. 135.03, is eligible to serve as an approved depository
and/or investment provider. Eligible securities dealers and brokers must be members of the National
Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), meet a minimum capital requirement of $10,000,000, and
have been in operation for at least five years. These may include "primary" dealers or regional
dealers that qualify under the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Rule 15C3-l (uniform net
capital rule) . An investment advisor must be an eligible financial institution as defined by O.R.C.
135.03, or an advisor that is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The City Auditor or the Auditor's designee may conduct a review of the financial condition and
registration of qualified institutions at least once every five years or sooner if deemed appropriate.

D. Bankers Acceptances
Bankers acceptances which are eligible for purchase by the Federal Reserve System and which
are issued by institutions which are ranked nationally as being in the top one hundred in asset
and deposit size within their industry, or Ohio based banks with at least $2 billion in assets.
E. Repurchase Agreements
Repurchase agreements of a bank or savings and loan association organized under the laws of the
U.S . or State of Ohio for negotiable direct obligations of the United States or U.S. federal
agencies. If any repurchase agreement obligations do not have the backing of the full faith and
credit of the United States, any such investments shall be secured by collateral as provided in
Section 11 herein .

F. Money Market Funds


Money market funds whose portfolios consist of the foregoing (A-D) .

The City Auditor's office will maintain information regarding the authorized institutions, and:
a. May make additions to the authorized list when investment policy requirements are met;
b. Shall make deletions from the list (i) to meet the following investment and deposit policy
requirements, (ii) upon failure of the financial institution to meet the requirement of this
policy, or (iii) upon request of the financial institution or dealer; and
c. May make deletions from the list based on the following:
I. Perceived financial difficulties of the financial institution or dealer;
2. Consistent Jack of competitiveness by the financial institution or dealer;
3. Lack of experience or familiarity of the account representative in providing service to
large institutional accounts; or
4. When deemed in the best interest of the City.
Section 8

Authorized Investments

The City Auditor or the Auditor's Designee may invest on behalf of and in the name of the City in
the following instruments at a price not exceeding their fair market value:

G. State Treasury Asset Reserve of Ohio


The State Treasury Asset Reserve of Ohio ("STAR Ohio") is a statewide investment pool
managed by the Treasurer of the State of Ohio similar in concept to a money market fund. It is
available exclusively to political subdivisions of Ohio. This would include other investments
options from the Treasurer of the State of Ohio including STAR Plus.

H. Other Ohio Investment Pools


Any other investment pool operating in Ohio and available exclusively to public fund agencies of
Ohio. The instruments of these pools must have the full faith and credit backing of the United
States or be fully collateralized or insured.
I.

City ofTroy, Ohio Notes and Bonds


Any obligation of the City of Troy, Ohio without regard to term-to-maturity or interest rate, is an
authorized investment.

Section 9
A. Government Securities
U.S. government obligations, U.S. government agency obligations, and U.S. government
instrumentality obligations, which have a liquid market with a readily determinable market
value.
B. Non-Negotiable and Negotiable Interest Bearing Time Certificates of Deposit (CD)
Non-negotiable interest bearing CD's and negotiable interest bearing CD's in federally-insured
banks, organized under the laws of the United States, and chartered in and located within the
fifty (50) United States, provided that such deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation (FDIC). Not more than the FDIC insured amount shall be invested in the bank
certificate of deposits of any single issuer.
C. Commercial Paper
Commercial paper which is rated at the time of purchase in the single highest classification by
Moody's or Standard & Poor's.

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Derivatives

Investments in derivatives are strictly forbidden . A derivative is defined in Chapter 135 of the Ohio
Revised Code as a financial instrument, contract or obligation whose value is based upon or linked
to another asset or index or both, separate from the financial instrument, contract or obligation itself.
Section 10

Security for the Repayment of Public Deposits

All public depositories shall comply with the Ohio Revised Code, including sections 135.18 and
135.181, with respect to collateralized security for the deposits of the City. Failure of an institution
to abide by any of the provisions of this section is cause for immediate suspension of the institution
as a qualified depository for any City funds .
Section 11

Active Management of Portfolio

The primary investment strategy for the City will be to purchase secunues and hold them to
maturity. Active management includes a movement from one security to another and may be done

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for a variety of reasons, such as to increase yield, lengthen or shorten maturities, to take a profit, or
to increase investment quality. Active management of the portfolio will only occur when no losses
to the portfolio will be realized and the benefits to active management outweigh the costs to pursue
such a strategy. Gains noted during these security trades must be recorded as a completed sale and
purchase.
Section 12

Safekeeping and Custody

All security transactions, including collateral pledges, except for "pooled collateral" arrangements,
shall be conducted on a delivery versus payment basis. Qualified financial institutions for the
purpose of investment transactions and or custody services are:
I) Financial institutions (federally insured banks and savings and loans associations) that have
been designated by the State of Ohio as a Qualified Public Depository.
2) Other financial institutions:
Are deemed credit worthy by the City Auditor
1n the opinion of the City Auditor, it would be in the best interest of the City to
approve and transact business with.

Section 13

Section 16

A. Any investment currently held that does not meet the guidelines of this policy shall be exempted

from the requirements of this policy. At maturity or liquidation, such monies shall be reinvested
only as provided by this policy.
B. The Investment Committee of City Council shall review this policy and the City's investment
practices.
C. The policies as stated herein may be changed only with the approval of City Council.

Revised 07/11/2016

Investlnent Advisory Committee

The Investment Advisory Committee will be comprised of the City Auditor, the Mayor, and the
City's Law Director. As the Investment Advisory Committee deems necessary, other parties may be
invited to attend as well. The Administrator shall be responsible for maintaining records of all
investments and annually, the Committee will review the Investment policy and make
recommendations to City should the policy need to be modified.
Section 14

Reporting

The City Auditors' Office shall prepare an investment report at least quarterly, that provides an
overview of the current investment portfolio and the individual transactions executed over the last
quarter or year to date. The summary will be prepared in a manner that will allow the City to
ascertain whether investment activities during the reporting period have conformed to the investment
policy. The report should be provided to the Investment Advisory Committee. The report may
include an asset listing showing par value, cost, type of security, issuer and coupon rate and yield to
maturity and specifics such as call features, next call date and other pertinent information
Section IS

Internal Controls

The City Auditor's Office shall maintain a system of controls to regulate the activities of employees
involved with the cash management and investment activities of the City. Such internal controls and
compliance shall be subject to review during the annual audit conducted by or on behalf of the
Auditor of the State of Ohio. Such audit will include tests deemed appropriate by the auditors and
details will be included in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Statement (CAFR).

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Policy Considerations

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CITY OF TROY, OHIO

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ORDINANCE IMPOSING MORATORIUM FOR A PERIOD OF ONE


HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DAYS ON THE GRANTING OF ANY
PERMIT ALLOWING RETAIL DISPENSARIES, CULTIVATORS, OR
PROCESSORS OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA WITHIN THE CITY OF
TROY, OH IO AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS , the City of Troy, Ohio desires to coordinate regulations regarding the
location and operation of businesses within the City, including Retail dispensaries, cultivators, or
processors of medical marijuana; and
WHEREAS, for the purposes of this Ordinance, a "retail dispensaries", "cultivators", and

"processors" are defined in newly enacted Chapter 3796 of the Ohio Revised Code; and

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WHEREAS , the State of Ohio recently enacted laws concerning medical marijuana; and

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WHEREAS , House Bill523 becomes effective on September 8, 2016; and


WHEREAS , Revised Code Section 3796.29 allows municipalities to prohibit and/or limit
the location of retail dispensaries, cultivators, and processors of medical marijuana within
corporate limits; and
WHEREAS , it is recommended that the City Administration review and make

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recommendations on this issue to conform to the City's goals of providing adequate regulations;

and
WHEREAS, a moratorium on the granting of permits within the City of Troy will allow the
City time to accomplish these goals.

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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Troy, Ohio.


SECTION I. That the City Council seeks a moratorium on permits for the establishment
of retail dispensaries, cultivators, and processors of medical marijuana to preserve the public

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peace, health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the City of Troy, Ohio.
SECTION II.

That the City Council seeks to limit the duration of the moratorium and to

request the immediate investigation and review of proposed comprehensive regulations for the
establishment of retail dispensaries, cultivators, and processors of medical marijuana within the
one-hundred and eighty day period of the moratorium.
SECTION Ill.

That the City Council hereby imposes a moratorium on permits for the

establishment of retail dispensaries, cultivators, and processors of medical marijuana for a


period of one hundred and eighty 180 days from the effective dale of this Ordinance.
SECTION IV. That the City Council further finds that a moratorium for one hundred and

eighty days is reasonable and will allow a study for comprehensive regulations.

immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety of the City of Troy, Ohio, and for

SECTION V.

That this Ordinance is an emergency measure necessary for the

the further reason that the moratorium needs to be instituted at the earliest possible date and
because Chapter 3796 of the Ohio Revised Code becomes effective on September 8, 2016.
NOW, WHEREFORE, this Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and
approval by the Mayor.

Adopted :
President of Council

Approved :

Attest:
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
TO:

Mayor Beamish
Mrs. Baker, President of Council
Council Members

FROM:

Patrick E. J. Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety

DATE:

July 15, 2016

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We are providing the following for your information:

Major Project Update:


o Marina Building- Punch list items are being performed.
o Treasure Island Park- Punch list items are being performed.
o Streetscape (East Main Street between Walnut and Mulberry Streets) -This
project is nearing completion with the installation of the traffic signal poles.

McKaig Avenue from Madison Street to the alley west of Lake Street was closed
June 1 for construction. The street will be reopened (at least partially open) by the
time school opens. Local traffic (non-through traffic) will be maintained.

ODOT began the North Market Street Redecking Project on June 6. North Market
Street will remain open. Water Street will be closed to traffic between N. Cherry St.
and N. Walnut St.

The Community Christmas Tree for the 2016 is being donated by Justin Beck.

Stranger performed at Treasure Island Park on July 9. The concert was well
received with at least 1800 attendees.

The Troy Civic Band gave their inaugural concert at Treasure Island Park on July
10. This concert was also well received with over 200 attendees.

Upcoming Events on Prouty Plaza


July 15
7:30 p.m. Hayner Concert- Seventh Street
July 22
7:30 p.m. Hayner Concert- Brass Tracks
July 29
7:30 p.m. TMS Concert- Mad River Railroad
August 5
7:30p.m. TMS Concert- Hotel California

Items of Interest
July 15, 2016
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Upcoming Events at Treasure Island Park


July 17
1-3:00 p.m . Kid's Big Truck Day
July 17
7:00p.m. Troy Civic Band Concert
July 23
3:00p.m. River Rock Afternoon Activities
July 23
7:30 p.m. River Rock Concert- Parrots of the Caribbean

Calendar of Meetings
July 18
7:00p.m.
July 20
July 27
August 1

Council

4:00p.m.
3:30p.m.
7:00p.m.

Rec Board
Planning Commission
Council

August 2
6:00p.m.
August 10 3:30p.m.

Park Board
Planning Commission

City Hall
Council Chambers
Hobart Arena
City Hall
City Hall
Council Chambers
Park Dept. Office
City Hall

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact this office.

Enclosure
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Operations
Items of Interest
July 15, 2016
Street/Solid Waste- Jerry Mullins, Foreman

Collected and transported 237 tons of residential trash since the last report of
242 tons.
Handled one recycling complaint and six trash complaints.
Cleaned and swept the square and downtown area.
Collected several compliant brush piles and T-bags.
Started our third round of sweeping. The sweeper will be out over the next few
months as weather permits. We usually can complete three to four rounds of
sweepmg per year.
Completed three rounds of right-of-way and ditch mowing operations.
Used over 430 tons of asphalt on 182 repairs.
Provided barricades for the concert at Treasure Island Park.
Made improvements to the entry off of W. Main St. at Francis Furniture.
Cleared weeds and debris from the Adams Street Bridge.
Started our manhole reconstruction program and have noted 32 manholes in
need of repair. We have assessed our roads being paved and will make those
manhole repairs first.
Worked on signing a vendor to grind and mulch at our Dye Mill Road Facility.

Electrical- Brian Ferree, Foreman

Completed Ohio Utilities Protection Service requests as needed.


Took down flags after the Fourth of July.
Put up the new Riverfront Corridor banners in the downtown and along Adams
Street.
Raised several underground electrical boxes at Treasure Island Park.
Continued to complete the traffic preventive maintenance.
Installed new controller boards on the flashing school signs along N. Market St.
Repaired an outside electrical outlet at the Troy Aquatic Center.

Water Distribution/Sewer Maintenance- Tom Parsons, Foreman

Marked numerous Ohio Utilities Protection Service tickets.


Investigated numerous high consumption alerts.
Completed numerous work orders for Billing and Collection.

Shut-off non-payment customers and reconnected as payments were made.


Started installation of a new water line at the Water Treatment Plant.
Upgraded a water service at a residence on S. Plum Street.
Replaced 6" water meter at Peak Foods .
Pressure tested water line at Barn in the Park and it passed.
Collected bacteria samples at the new water line at the Water Treatment Plant
and the Hobart Welding School.
Repaired a leaking meter at a residence on Ohio Avenue.
Repaired a 6" main break at N. Dorset Road at Surrey Road .
Located a sewer lateral for residence on S. Ridge Avenue.
Investigated storm line on Ridge Avenue at the McKaig Avenue reconstruction
project.
Investigated a sink hole on Hydraulic Avenue and also a sink hole on Trade
Square West at Covent Road.

Water Treatment Plant - J eff Monee

For the month of June 2016, the WTP pumped a total of 121.441 million
gallons (MG) to our distribution system and customers in West Milton and
parts of Miami County (avg. 4.048 MG /day). Total precipitation recorded
at the WTP for June was only 1.64".
Respective totals for June in previous years are:
2015 :
2014:
2013 :
2012 :
2011:
2010:
2009 :
2008:
2007:
2006:

110.296
120.394
131.419
163.337
123. 175
119.483
131.988
125.086
145.137
128.318

MG;
MG;
MG;
MG;
MG;
MG;
MG;
MG;
MG;
MG;

5.97"
4.73"
3.66"
1.59"
3.35"
5.77"
3.77"
8 . 14"
2.25"
3.55"

15 bulk water account holders withdrew a total of 799,904 gallons from


the WTP Bulk Water Station during the month of June; revenue total was
$6,819.39.
A total of 7,743,068 gallons were pumped to the Extra High Service
pressure zone in northwest Troy by the EHS Booster Station for June1-30,
for an average daily consumption in that zone of 0 .2581 MG.
Painters began touch-up work on the Train 1 clarifiers on July 5. Pressure
washing and repainting of the bridge structure will be included in this
project. Work will take about two weeks .
Water Distribution staff finished the fire hydrant installation at the south
end of the sludge lagoons.
The east transfer pump at the air stripper has been removed for cleaning.
City electricians and a vendor completed removal of the old Bulk Water
Station terminal and made modifications to the new control station
program.

Wastewater Treatment Plant - Mitch Beckner

July 15 will be Tim Snider's last day as Superintendent of the Troy


Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Plant's employees would like to thank
him for his 27 years of service with the City and we wish him the best in
his retirement.
On July 8 Public Notice was issued by the Ohio Environmental Protection
Agency regarding the Wastewater Plant's new National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System Permit (NPDES) . The posted draft permit will be
issued as a final action after 30 days unless written comments received
indicate that a public hearing is required. If approved, this new permit
will be valid for the next five years.
The Screw Pump Replacement Project is proceeding on schedule. The
latest update indicates that the first set of pumps will be delivered on
August 18. This should allow installation to take place during the
following months of relatively low flow due to seasonal weather.

June Operating Data


Average Daily Effluent Flow- 4.19 mgd
Average Daily Effluent TSS- 5 mg/1, NPDES permit limit 27 mgjl.
Removal Efficiency - 97.7%
Average Daily Effluent C-BOD5- 7 mg/1, NPDES permit limit 23 mg/1
Removal Efficiency - 96 .9%

Items of Interest
Engineering Department
July 13, 2016
PROJ#

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT STATUS

PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS

2015-01

2014-16
2014-17
2014-18
2014-12

2014-03

2015-05
2015-03
2015-04

ODOT will fund a portion of this project. LJ DeWeese Co., Inc. was awarded the project. Sidewalk reconstruction
MIA- Troy East Main Street Downtown
and asphalt restriping have been completed . On June 29 the poles arrived on site and were installed . Contractor is
Streetscape (PID 93240)
working to get the signals switched and operational.
MSA Architects designed this project. Monarch Construction, Inc. is the general contractor. Every other week
Hobart Arena Renovation and
construction coordination meetings are occurring with the contractor and MSA. Construction is progressing with new
Expansion
concession additions and the south entry addition .
Marina & Boathouse Renovation
Punch list items are being performed.
Treasure Island Marina & Park
Punch list items are being performed.
Improvements
The Water Tower project has been awarded to CB&I Constructors, Inc. Contractor is scheduled to begin mobilizing
Extra High Service (EHS) Water Tower
this week.
Council authorized a contract with RA Consultants. The City provided estimated hours for operations and
administration necessary for West Milton and Miami County infrastructure. Staff continues to work with the
consultant. Phase 2 of the regionalization , looking at the County as a retail customer, is being analyzed . Meetings
Water Regionalization Study
with West Milton and Miami County occurred . Awaiting County response from the results meeting . West Milton is
interested in moving to the next phase of City retail services.
Council authorized a contract with RA Consultants, LLC. The City provided estimated hours for operations and
administration necessities for West Milton and Miami County infrastructure. Staff continues to work with the
Sewer Regionalization Study
consultant. Phase 2 of the regionalization, looking at the County as a retail customer, is being analyzed . A meeting
with Miami County occurred . Awaiting County response from the results meeting.
This project is complete.
Washington Road Waterline
Access Engineering, LLC was authorized to design a gravity sewer from the Nottingham Subdivision to Piqua-Troy
Nottingham Subdivision Sewer Gravity Road at Troy-Urbana Road. Easement requests are being coordinated with the property owners. Preliminary layout
has been reviewed and the design continues. Bidding and construction is anticipated for Fall of 2016.

Council approved the ODOT LPA Agreement including accepting ODOT funding and finalizing bike path easements
according to federal regulations. Resurfacing is scheduled to occur SFY 2020 (calendar year July 2019). The
Troy Recreational Trail Resurfacing
2015-10
project will be Local-Let (i.e. implemented by City Staff) and will be funded 80/20 ODOT/Troy. Staff has begun the
(PID 100778)
environmental review and right-of-way acquisition with ODOT. Staff will be requesting RFPs for anticipated
ROW/easement acqu isition .
Choice One Engineering Corp . (COEC) completed the design of the signal. Bansal Construction , Inc. has been
West Market Street (SR 55) and Fenner
awarded the contract. COEC is performing construction administration and periodic inspection of the construction
2015-29
Road Traffic Signal
contractor. Pole delivery occurred; pole placement and signal setup is progressing.

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Items of Interest
Engineering Department
July 13, 2016
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PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT STATUS
This phase includes work from Madison Street (RR tracks) to the alley west of Lake Street (end of Heywood
2014-08 McKaig Road Improvements Phase 3 Elementary property). Finfrock Construction Co. was awarded the project at a cost not to exceed $1 ,170.000.00 .
Stormwater installation is ongoing.
This phase includes work from Kirk Lane/Foss Way to Stonyridge Avenue. Council authorized Choice One
North Market Street Improvements
2015-23
Engineering Corp. to design the project. Construction is anticipated to occur in 2017. Preliminary traffic study
Phase 2
(including signal warrant at Troy-Urbana Road) being finalized with design beginning.
This project analyzes West Main Street between 1-75 and downtown for capacity and multiple modes of
West Main Street Corridor Study from 12015-34
transportation in order to improve safety. Six Requests for Proposals were received and are being reviewed by
75 to Cherry Street
staff.
ANNUAL PROJECTS
2014-21

Sidewalk Program 8

Sidewalk Program 2016

Paving Program 2016

96435

MIA- 55 - 11.83 Bridge Redecking


North Market Street (PID 96435)

Invoices have been sent to the property owners involved in this program; the property owners had until April 15 to
pay the bills or they would be assessed to their property taxes for five years. Assessment cards are completed and
will be provided to Miami County Auditor's Office in August.
Sidewalk quantities are being obtained/measured for the 2016 sidewalk repair program. Staff is requesting Council
authorize the Resolution of Necessity for the 2016 sidewalk program which is located in the following location:
areas along S. Plum St., S. Cherry St., S. Walnut St. and S. Mulberry St. between Main St. and Franklin St.; S.
Market St., S. Walnut St. and S. Mulberry St. between E. Franklin St. and E. Canal St.; and the area encompassed
by S. Market St., E. West St., S. Clay St., Ross St., and S. Mulberry St. which include the following streets Young,
Enyeart and Dakota. Packets explaining the City's sidewalk repair program were sent out with response from
property owners requested by May 13 as to how they would like to proceed with repair of their sidewalks. Council's
July 18 agenda will include the legislation authorizing bidding the sidewalk program to include those properties for
which permits were not issued .
Streets to be paved are being coordinated with Vectren Bare Steel/Cast Iron replacement program,
Water/Sewer/Storm necessary improvements, and the age of the existing street. Council authorized bidding this
project. The contract has been awarded to John R. Jurgensen Co. of Springfield . Work is anticipated to occur at the
beginning of August.
ODOT-Let and funded project. Construction began on June 6 with an anticipated completion date on August 20.
The bridge will remain open but traffic will be modified with half of the bridge closed at a time. Resurfacing of N.
Market St. from Water St. to Staunton Rd . will be completed as part of the redecking project at an 80/20 cost split
(ODOT/City). Council authorized the 20% estimated funding for the project to proceed . Water St. has been closed
from Cherry St. to Walnut St. during construction .

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Items of Interest
Engineering Department
July 13, 2016
PROJ #

2015-11

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT STATUS
Staff has been working with an outside contractor to make the Engineering electronic/hard copy files organized in
such a way that all staff can have access to most documents. This will improve efficiency with document filing and
Engineering Electronic and Hard Copy reduce the volume of space necessary. Staff re-implemented project numbers. Record drawings organization,
File Organization
personnel files clean-up, and project processes continue. P&Z files are also being organized. Records retention and
organization of the Zoning hard copy files are being analyzed and implemented. Record drawings, electronic and
hard copy, are being inventoried by an intern.
Staff is working with Choice One Engineering Corporation (COEC) to update the standards . A review meeting
Updating City Construction Standards occurred and updates are being completed by COEC . Review meetings continue to occur to review the marked-up
standards with street standards review remaining .
A kick-off meeting occurred, but Staff is awaiting water tower maintenance contract discussions prior to attaching to
the tower. Contact has been made with the tank maintenance contractor, and they are reviewing the additional
Sensus Analytics Controlled Launch
connection requests per contract requirements . Pilot for Sensus Analytics has begun with a administrative
conference call that occurred June 29.
Collection of data continues. Staff is obtaining OUPS markings from the Vectren gas main work occurring
GPS Data Collection
throughout the City and other construction/maintenance activities from City staff or contractors.

Sidewalk, Sewer, and Sump Inspections Inspections are continuing to be completed as requested.
~~-

SUBDIVISION PROJECTS

2016-10

Stonebridge Meadows

2015-06

Nottingham

2012-08

Edgewater

2015-07

Halifax

2007-25

Hawk's Nest

2016-02

Legacy Grove

Section 3 construction has intermediate asphalt with final grading occurring for house pad elevations. Due to fill
issues, the escrow agreement continues to be evaluated with the developer. The homebuilder, Ryan Homes, has
contacted the City to remedy issues with the escrow agreement. Construction drive maintenance and stormwater
controls maintenance has been requested by the developer due to their current condition. Developer submitted
SM4 plans for review and approval.
Section 8 construction has intermediate course complete and housing development is ongoing . Section 9 is
approved and construction ongoing by C Miller Excavating. Utilities installed and proof rolling is occurring for the
street base.
Section 7 has obtained final course of asphalt, and escrow agreement will be held until final buildout of subdivision.
Section 8 was approved by Council. Construction plan comments have been returned to the developer's design
engineer, and staff is awaiting modifications.
Section 1 underground utilities installation and the initial course of asphalt have been installed . House construction
has begun. Staff has been asked to look into lighting options.
Section 2 awaiting final course of asphalt. The contractor began the punch list and final asphalt is anticipated to
begin in the next couple of months.
A developer has requested approval for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) for a plat of land along McKaig Road
east of Concord Elementary School. The proposal will be going to Planning Commission.
3 of 4

Items of Interest
Engineering Department
July 13, 2016
PROJ#

PROJECT TITLE

PROJECT STATUS
Section 3 is awaiting final course of asphalt. Due to the lack of construction progress in recent years, the City is
investigating the potential of completing the subdivision via special assessment process. Punch lists have been
2007-19
Pleasantview Estates
completed and will be sent to the developer in order to attempt to complete the subdivision. Section 4 plat has been
approved. Construction has not begun.
Section 5 is awaiting final punch list and final course of asphalt. Due to the lack of construction progress in recent
years, the City is investigating the potential of completing the subdivision via special assessment process. Punch
2003-35 Villages of Concord (formerly Oakmont) list has been created and forwarded the developer in order to attempt to complete the subdivision . Staff has
reached out to developer to encourage completion of development without assessment process . Staff is formulating
a letter to the developer.

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June 201 6 Report

TROY FIRE DEPARTMENT


1528 North Market Street Troy, OH 45373

Here are the department's statistics for the month of June.


The department has been very active with incidents, training,
fire prevention education and inspections .

June Incidents

Incidents
Squad
Accident
Structure Fire
Vehicle Fire
Mise Fire
HAZ No Fire
Total Fire Call
Mise Fire

Total

% of Fire Calls

373
18
10
3
5
21
430

87%
4%
2%
1%
1%
5%
100%

HAZ No Fire
5%

1%
Structure Fire
2%
Accident - - - - - : o r
4%

Page 1 of 5

June Troy Fire Department Incidents

,I ncidents
Squad
Accident
Structure Fire
Vehicle Fire
Mise Fire
HAZ No Fire
Total Incidents

Troy Concord Staunton


316
39
14
11
6
1
6
1
3
2
1
0
5
0
0
18
1
2

358

51

17

Lost Creek
0
0
0
0
0
0

Mutual Aid
4
0
0
0
0
0

Total

% of Fire Calls

373
18
10
3
5
21
430

87%
4%
2%
1%
1%
5%
100%

Troy
Concord
Staunton
Lost Creek
Mutual Aid

Total Response ,R ep,o rt


Troy
Concord
Staunton
Lost Creek
Mutual Aid
Total

EMS Responses
341
46
14
0
4

Fire Responses
110
21
6
0
0

405

137

Total

%of Total

451
67
20
0
4
542

83%

Page 2 of 5

12%
4%
0%
1%
100%

June Troy Fire Department Responses

Fire Responses

Fire Response Rep_ort


Unit
Engine-1
Engine-2
Engine-3
Tanker-1
Tower-1
Grass-1
Truck-8
Total

Troy
87
6
11
0
0
1
5

Concord
15
1
2
2
0
0
1

Staunton
3
2
0
1
0
0
0

Lost Creek
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Mutual Aid
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

110

21

Total

105
9

13
3
0
1

6
137

Medic Assists
Engine 1
Truck-S
Grass-1
Total

Troy

Concord

Staunton

Lost Creek

Total

68
4
0
72

8
0
0
8

2
0
0

0
0
0
0

78
4
0
82

EMS Responses

EMS Response Report


Unit
Medic-1
Medic-2

Troy
114
104

Concord
13
15

Staunton
2
11

Lost Creek
0
0

Other

Total

Medic-3
Medic-4
Total

121
2

18
0

1
0

0
0

1
0

341

46

14

131
131
141
2
405

Page 3 of 5

Dollar Value Saved & loss Analysis June 2016

Dollar Valu~ Saved & Loss Anaix_sis June 2016


Total Value
$

213,801

Total Loss
$

39,801

Total Saved
$

174,000

Percent Loss
19%

Page 4 of S

Percent Saved
81 %

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.

June Fire Prevention Stats


General Inspections:

58

Re-Inspections:

13

Plan Reviews:

10

Fire Prevention Permits:

Fire Investigations:

Fire Responses:

Ambulance Responses :

25

Public Education Events:


Persons in Attendance at PE

17
770

Car Seats:

Short Shift Hours:

87

Page 5 of 5

7/1/201

Law Enforcement Activity Report


5/31/2016 TO 6/26/20 16

Ordinance Cases Filed


Criminal
City of Troy Planning and Zoning

Covington Police Department

Huber Heights Police Department


Piqua Police Department

Troy Police Department

39
51
Traffic

Covington Police Department


Piqua Police Department

33

Tipp City Police Department

21
100

Troy Police Department

West Milton Police Department

167

State Cases Filed


Criminal
Bethel/Sheriff

Bradford/Sheriff
Covington Police Department
Dog& Kennel

9
10

Huber Heights Police Department


Miami County Health Board
Ohio State Patrol
Personal

21

Piqua Police Department

73

Sheriffs Department- Miami County

57

Tipp City Police Department

23

Troy Police Department


West Milton Police Department

201
43

7/112011

Law Enforcement Activity Report


5/31/2016 TO 6/26/2016

Wildlife

5
454

Traffic
Bethel/Sheriff

12

Bradford/Sheriff

Covington Police Department

Ohio State Patrol


Piqua Police Department
Sheriff's Department- Miami County

789
8

126

Tipp City Police Department

14

Troy Police Department

84

West Milton Police Department

14
1,054

Grand Total:

1,726

BUSINESS LOAN PROGRAMS- QUARTERLY REPORT


Date:
To:
From:
Copies:
Re:

Loans

July 8, 2016
Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety
James Dando, Development Director
Members of Loan Review Committee
Status Report for Second Quarter - 2016
Payments
Original
Outstanding
Made This
#
Principal
Principal
Quarter

CDBG (active)

Encumbered,
But Not Yet
Disbursed

17

$2,203,580

$1,390,277.13

$38,350.50

$0.00

SBD (active)

$704,407

$508,014.76

$19,303.00

$178,300.00

CDBG (deferred)

$1,101,506

$472,033.66

$0.00

$641,110.10

Subtotal

31

$4,009,493

$2,370,326

$57,654

$819,410

CDBG (previousj

39

$4,574,164

SBD (previous)

$338,000

Pending loans

$819,410.10

Cancelled loans

$642,912.00

Public Works

$425 ,986.48

Projects Total

93

$10,809,966

CDBG Cash Balance*

$145,584.89

SBD Cash Balance**

$81 ,576.77

Grand Total

$11 ,037,127.24

Federal Grants
$305,000
$303,000
$410,000
$25 ,656
$400,000
$121,000
$12,500
$35,000
$400,000
$13,500
$500,000
$2,525,656

Received From the State of Ohio:


1990, CJ's Highmarks Restaurant ED
1996, Crisafi Marriott Hotels ED
1996, Sherwood Shopping Center ED
2000, Downtown Home Repair
2000, Peak Foods ED
2000, CoriGraphics ED
2001 , Downtown Rental Repair
2001, Downtown Building Repair
2003, Downtown Revitalization
2005, Downtown Building Repair
2008, RevWires ED
Total for 11 Grants

City of Troy Business Loan Programs are designed as "gap financing" and can help projects that are good,
but do not quite qualifY for complete private sector bank financing. Usually, the City of Troy loan will
be subordinated to a primary bank loan. Loan terms can vaty to suit a project's financial need. A typical
example is 10% owner equity, 60% bank loan, and a 30% City ofTroy loan to fill the gap.
*CDBG loans require prior review/approval by Ohio Development Services Agency's Office of Community
Development. Federal requirements apply, including environmental review, payment of Davis-Bacon
Prevailing Wages for any construction work, and must benefit persons with Low-Moderate Income.
**SBD loans require City of Troy review, only. The program uses no state or federal funds .

NOTES:
1) The Community Development Block Grant Revolving Loan Fund (CDBG) is the oldest business loan program.
The first project in 1990 was the CJ Highmarks Restaurant. The loan must not exceed 50% of the project cost.
State approval is needed before City Council can give final approval. Projects must create at least one new
job per $25,000 loaned and over half of new hires must be from households with Low-Moderate Income. A
Waiver of the job-creation requirement can be sought from the State in some limited circumstances, such as
repair of a deteriorated Downtown Troy building. Federal and State of Ohio CDBG regulations must be
followed, including public notifications, hearings, environmental review, historic review, civil rights, fair
housing, prevailing construction wages, other labor standards, the Uniform Relocation Act, procurement
standards, and other CDBG contract management requirements.
2) The Small Business Development Revolving Loan Fund (SBD) is Troy's newest program. It does not have the
federal and State restrictions that limit the CDBG loan program. It was established in 2007, in response to the
catastrophic collapse of the roof of a building housing small businesses. An SBD loan can be made much faster
than a CDBG loan. The first loans were small and had relatively short terms. The program has since grown
and now can do larger loans (up to the amount of the available balance in the fund) for longer terms.
3) A $250,000 SBD loan to Clopay Building Products has been approved, but is not yet closed.
4) An $850,000 DBR loan to Troy Community Works was approved, with $208,806.90 disbursed. A separate
grant of $30,000 has been obtained from the Ohio Finance Fund for planning and design work. An architect
and an historic tax credit consultant are nearing completion of a renovation plan. Contractors have provided
estimates for roofing and exterior repairs, which alone are expected to cost over $600,000. Application is
being made to the Ohio Finance Fund for additional funding for the project. Construction is expected to begin
after a decision is made by the State Historic Preservation Office regarding possible historic tax credits.
5) A 152,300 SBD loan to Smith's Boathouse Restaurant has been closed, but not yet disbursed.
6) A $26,000 SBD loan to Adventures on the Great Miami has been approved, but is not yet closed.
7) Inquiries also have been made for prospective purchses of some Downtown Troy buildings that have
outstanding City of Troy loans. Although the loans were not written to be assumable, this could be a good
opportunity to influence the future of those buildiongs.

Business loan status report as of March 31, 2016


Loan
End Project Name
Original
Date
Date
Principal
Apr-03
Jun-04
Jun-04
Oct-06
May-07
Mar-IO
Aug-10
Jun-11
Sep-11
Sep-11
Mar-13
Apr-13
Apr-13
Oct-13
Mar-14
Mar-14
Mar-14

Mar-23
May-24
May-34
Sep-16
Apr-37
Feb-35
Sep-30
Jun-31
Nov-36
Dec-41
Mar-33
Apr-38
Apr-38
Nov-23
May-34
May-39
May-24

Goodall (Troy Lumber)


Harris (Acquisition)
Harris (Rehab 9 S Market)
Ty Cobb (Troy Bus. Park)
Medallion (Dye Bldg)
Westfall (Harbor Trust bldgs)
T &M Troy Property
FourSonsDevel(12 S Market)
P&C Ventures (2 E Main)
Masonic Temple
Boyle (Mojo's)
P&C Ventures(IOI WFranklin)
FourSonsDevelopmentShanesy
Markwater (Dave Murray)
P&CVentures (121 WFranklin)
Sturwold (210 E Water)
P&CVentures(roof2 E Main)
CDBG Totals

Jun-11
Sep-11
Mar-12
Sep-13
Jan-14
Mar-15

Dec-19
Sep-16
May-17
Nov-18
Feb-34
Apr-20

Jumpy's Laser Tag


Brock Air Products
Bayou Bell(LeDoux's)
Smith (Caroline)
R&E, LLC (6500lympic)
Jay Harris (9 S Market roof)
SBD Totals

Jul-00
Aug-00
Aug-02
Aug-03
Aug-12
Oct-12
Jun-13
Aug-15

Jun-99
Jul-99
Jul-32
Aug-33
Sep-42
May-61
Sep-47
Sep-45

Carey (Historic Rehab)


Fox (Historic Rehab)
Baker (BK Photo)
Boss Jewelers
Troy Community Works!
Masonic Temple 2
Troy Community Works 2
TroyCommunityWorks lEMain
Deferred Loans Totals

Outstanding
Principal

$212,500
$71,000
$53,000
$411 ,000
$380,000
$206,000
$81,216
$41,200
$151,700
$46,450
$35,910
$199,305
$74,624
$22,000
$50,000
$130,000
$37,675
$2,203,580

$88,676.96
$31,136.01
$38,651.07
$16,030.02
$296,096.32
$163,385.73
$61,917.15
$33,578.64
$127,460.38
$43,406.66
$31,454.33
$179,374.93
$67,539.88
$17,124.97
$41,783.79
$122,279.64
$30,380.65
$1 ,390,277

$101,500
$41,500
$30,300
$50,000
$470,000
$11,107
$704,407

$38,650.01
$1 ,598.81
$5,981.41
$24,262.74
$428,859.41
$8,662.38
$508,015

$10,809
$14,847
$15,450
$10,000
$144,300
$25,200
$30,900
$850,000
$1,101 ,506

$15,835.19
$21 ,683.57
$15,225.00
$10,000.00
$144,300.00
$25,200.00
$30,900.00
$208,889.90
$472,033.66

MEMO

To:

Patrick Titterington, Director of Public Service and Safety

From:

Tim Davis, Planning & Zoning Manager

Date:

July 12, 2016

Subject:

Planning Division Update

I have attached two reports which summarize concerns that are being
addressed by the Planning Division from June 29, 2016 to July 12, 2016.
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 41 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 - WARD ONE


PERMIT REPORT
0612912016 TO 0711212016
2016073F
FENCE

7111 1 2016

1184 MAPLECREST DR
NIA
NIA
FENCE, 718 116

STEWART, ROBERT M
1184 MAPLECREST DR
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
968
0

I
2016133Z
613012016
ABOVE GROUND POOL

1027 MEADOW LN
NI A
NIA
POOL, 6127116

BOYD, ELISA
1027 MEADOW LN
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

2 5.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016065F
FENCE

61 30 1 2016

SHOE, RICHARD
1043 MYSTIC LN N

1043 MYSTIC LN N
D08052790
NIA
FENCE, 6123116
MEADOWLAWN SA

TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

10.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016071F
FENCE

7111 1 2016

1051 MYSTIC LN N
D08052800
NIA
FENCE, 718 1 16
MEADOWLAWN SA

SCHMITZ, GARY
1051 MYSTIC LN N
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

10.00
LV
NL
BA

968
0

I
201614SZ
711112016
ABOVE GROUND POOL

SHILT, ALEXANDER
1106 MYSTIC LN S

1106 MYSTIC LN S
NI A
NIA
POOL, 717116
NI A

TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2 016148Z
SHED

71 111 2016

BURGE I, ANDREW
1749 PARADISE TRAIL

1749 PARADISE TRAIL


NIA
9694
SHED, 61 16116
HUNTERS RUN

TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
2 5.00
0
0
0

I
2016136Z
SHED

613012016

803 STONYRIDGE AVE


D08054410
NI A
SHED, 6128116
HERITAGE HILL 4

SHERMAN SR, GREGORY S


803 STONYRIDGE AVE

OIOI

TROY, OH 45373

PREMIER FENCE & DECK


5136 SUMMERSET DRIVE
TIPP CITY, OH 45371
937-667-4700

2016146Z
SHED

7 11112 016

980 TERRY DR
D08055387
NIA
SHED, 711116
STONY RIDGE 6

SAGER, THOMAS H
980 TERRY DR
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

LV
NL
BA

0
25.00
0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
50.00
0
0
0

CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO


PERMIT REPORT
0612912016 TO 0711212016
2016147Z
DECK

711112016

101 ASH ST
NIA
NIA
FENCE, 716116

LA FIESTA INC.

601 ACADIA CT
TROY, OH 45373

I
2016001TU
613012016
OUTDOOR VENDORS

OIOI

846 MAIN ST W
NIA
NIA
PRODUCE WAGON, 6127116

SETLAND GROUP, LLC


110 CANAL ST E
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016137Z
RAMP

613012016

1135 MARKET ST N
NIA
NIA
HANDICAP RAMP 6128116

CREATIVE LIVING SYSTEMS


1135 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016068F
FENCE

613012016

1135 MARKET ST N
NIA
NIA
FENCE, 6128116

CREATIVE LIVING SYSTEMS


1135 MARKET ST N
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

0.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016135Z
PATIO

613012016

WALTERS, ROBERT & BRENDA


13 2 2 MARKET ST N

1322 MARKET ST N
NIA
NIA
CONCRETE PATIO, 6127116
NIA

TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
20160290C
71712016
OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL

11 MARKET ST S
D08250430
NIA
OCCUPANCY, 6120116

BERNER ESTATES
101 PERIDOT DR
ANNA, ON 45302

50.00
LV
NL

0
0

OIOI
2016143Z
PATIO

711112016

714 SHAFTSBURY RD
NIA
9406
CONCRETE PATIO, 717116
NOTTINGHAM

BA
BOLTON, WILLIAM M
714 SHAFTSBURY RD

OIOI

TROY, OH 45373

LV
NL
BA

0
25.00
0
0
0

CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE


PERMIT REPORT
0612912016 TO 0711212016
2016069F
FENCE

71712016

409 CLAY ST S
NIA
NIA
FENCE, 711 1 16

TORRES, JANICE
409 S CLAIY ST
TROY, OH 45373

I
2016134Z
DECK

613012016

313 ELMWOOD AVE


NIA
NIA
DECK, 6127116
NIA

71512016

LV
NL
BA

0
25.00
0
0
0

ASHMAN, TOM
313 ELMWOOD DR
TROY, OH 45373

I
20160280C
RETAIL

OIOI

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
0
0

OIOI

117 MARKET ST S
NIA
NIA
OCCUPANCY PERMIT, 61 27116

DAVEY RENTALS
1640 SURREY RD
TROY, OH 45373

OIO I

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR


PERMIT REPORT
0612912016 TO 0711212016
2016140Z
DECK

613012016

2340 CARA DR
D08102844
NIA
DECK, 61 21116
CONWOOD ESTATES

LEEMBRUGGEN, OLIVER
2340 CARA DR
2340 CARA DR
TROY, OH 45373

OIO I
I

0.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

DALTON CONSTRUCTION
511 S CRAWFORD ST
TROY, OH 45373
937-339-5568

2016138Z
SHED

613012016

2340 CARA DR
D08102844
NIA
SHED, 6121116
CONWOOD ESTATES

I
2016070F
FENCE

711112016

1624 GRAY HAWK CT


NIA
10449
FENCE, 711116

71712016

25.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
0
0

STAUB, STEVE
1624 GRAY HAWK CT

I
2016005T
COMMERCIAL

OIOI

LEEMBRUGGEN, OLIVER
2340 CARA DR
2340 CARA DR
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

731 MARKET ST W
NIA
NIA
TENT PERMIT, 716116

TROY, OH 45373

KROGER CO
150 TRICOUNTY PKWY
CINCINNATI, OH 45242

OIOI

LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016002TU
COMMERCIAL

71712016

731 MARKET ST W
NIA
NIA
NASCAR EVENT FOR KROGERS, 717116

KROGER CO
150 TRICOUNTY PKWY
CINCINNATI, OH 45242

OIOI

50.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
50.00
0
0
0

I
2016051S
WALL SIGN

71812016

845 MARKET ST W
NIA
NIA
SIGN PERMIT, 717116
NIA

TROY BUSINESS PARK LLC


3050 TIPP COWLESVILLE RD
TIPP CITY, OH 45371

I
2016066F
FENCE

613012016

OIOI
SKINNER, BRIAN
2831 PARKWOOD DR

2831 PARKWOOD DR
NIA
NIA
FENCE, 6122116

TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

10.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
2016141Z
COMMERCIAL

71112016

44 PETERS AVE
D08092460
NIA
COMMERCIAL STORAGE BUILDING - 12130115
NIA
OIOI

MARKO, JASON
190 PETERS AVE
TROY, OH 45373

LV
NL
BA

142.00
4200
0
0

I
2016142Z
71612016
SINGLE FAMILY WIBASMNT

2334 WORTHINGTON DR
D08-102770
8393

S. M. ONEAL CONSTRUCTION
249 RIVERSIDE DR

LV

95.32
1900

SINGLE FAMILY WIBASEMENT, 6127116


CONWOOD ESTATES
0101

TROY, OH 453 73

NL
BA

732
1900

CITY OF TROY - WARD FIVE


PERMIT REPORT
0612912016 TO 0711212016
2016067F
FENCE

613012016

DICKINSON, THOMAS & REBEKAH


728 CLARENDON RD

728 CLARENDON RD
D08054060
NIA
FENCE, 6123116
WESTBROOK 7

TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

10.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
25.00
0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
0
0

I
2016144Z
SHED

711112016

LEE, LARRY
8095 S ST RT 202

1406 HENLEY RD
NIA
NIA
SHED, 711116
NIA

TIPP CITY, OH 45371

I
2016063F
FENCE

612912016

OIOI
KELLY, SANDRA
1381 NORTH RD
1381 NORTH RD
TROY, OH 45373

1381 NORTH RD
D08039440
NIA
FENCE, 6123116
WESTBROOK 4

OIOI
I

CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX


PERMIT REPORT
0612912016 TO 0711212016
2016050S
REFACE

613012016

BAUER FOOD LLC


1311 S. ST RT 48

21 STANFIELD RD S
D08058872
NIA
REFACE, 6129116

LUDLOW FALLS, OH 45339

I
2016049S
WALL SIGN

613012016

21 STANFIELD RD S
D08058872
NIA
WALL SIGN 612016

OIOI

LV
NL
BA

0 SIGN DYNAMICS
2781 THUNDERHAWK COURT
0 DAYTON, OH 45414
0 937-264-2070
0

LV
NL
BA

0 SIGN DYNAMICS
2781 THUNDERHAWK COURT
0 DAYTON, OH 45414
0 937-264-2070
0

BAUER FOOD LLC


1311 s. ST RT 48
LUDLOW FALLS, OH 45339

OIOI
I

2016139Z
613012016
ADDITION COMMERCIAL

21 STANFIELD RD S
D08058872
NIA
DRIVE THRU CANOPY, 6129116

I
2016064F
FENCE

613012016

BAUER FOOD LLC


1311 S. ST RT 48

OIOI

2517 GLENMORE CT
NI A
NIA
FENCE, 6121116

LUDLOW FALLS, OH 45339

LV
NL
BA

KOHLHORST, LORI
2517 GLENMORE CT

OIOI

TROY, OH 45373

0 SIGN DYNAMICS
2781 THUNDERHAWK COURT
0 DAYTON, OH 45414
0 937-264-2070
0

10.00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

I
1313WT
711112016
WATER TAP-RES

3318 HEATHERSTONE DR
NIA
10563
314" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 7111116
STONEBRIDGE MEADOWS
0101

RYAN HOMES
3318 HEATHERSTONE DR
TROY, OH 45373

2000.00
LV
3156
NL
624
BA
573

I
3056ST
71 1112016
SEWER TAP - RES

3318 HEATHERSTONE DR
NIA
10563
5 18 " SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 7111 116
STONEBRIDGE MEADOWS
0101

RYAN HOMES
3318 HEATHERSTONE DR
TROY, OH 45373

1200.00
LV
3156
NL
624
BA
573

I
2016149Z
71 11 1 2016
SINGLE FAMILY WIBASMNT

2301 LARKSPUR DR
NIA
10485
SINGLE FAM RES WIBASEMENT
MEADOWS OF STONEBRIDGE

HARLOW BUILDERS INC


701 N MARKET ST
TROY, OH 45373

OIOI

LV
NL
BA

99.65
4965
745
2110

I
1312WT
613012016
WATER TAP-RES

2301 LARKSPUR DR
NIA
10485
314" WATER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 6129116
MEADOWS OF STONEBRIDGE
OIOI

HARLOW BUILDERS INC


701 N MARKET ST
TROY, OH 45373

0
2000 . 00
LV
4965
NL
745
BA
2110

3055ST
613012016
SEWER TAP - RES

2301 LARKSPUR DR
NI A
10485
518" SEWER TAP - RESIDENTIAL, 61291 16
MEADOWS OF STONEBRIDGE
OIOI

HARLOW BUILDERS INC


701 N MARKET ST

1275 EXPERIMENT FARM RD

LENZ INC

TROY, OH 45373

0
1200.00
LV
4965
NL
745
2110
BA

20160300C

71812016

l37 MAIN ST N

D08056316
NIA
OCCUPANCY, 717116

OFFICE

DAYTON, OH 45402

OIOI

50 . 00
LV
NL
BA

0
0
0

LV
NL
BA

0
10.00
0
0
0

I
2016072F
FENCE

7 1111 2016

DEMMY, DEBRA
2477 FOXCHASE CT E

2477 FOXCHASE CT E
NIA
NIA
FENCE, 71 6 1 16

TROY, OH 45373

OIOI
I

QUALITY LAWN, LANDSCAPE &


1565 HUFFORD RD S
CASSTOWN, OH 45312
937-339-0269

CITY OF TROY
PERMIT WORK TYPE STATISTICS REPORT
PERMIT DATE:
06/29/2016 TO 07/12/2016
SUBTOTALS
F
OC
OC
OC

s
s
ST
T
TU
TU
WT

z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z

FENCE
OCCUPANCY-COMMERCIAL
OFFICE
RETAIL
REFACE
WALL SIGN
SEWER TAP - RES
COMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL
OUTDOOR VENDORS
WATER TAP-RES
ABOVE GROUND POOL
ADDITION COMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL
DECK
PATIO
RAMP
SHED
SINGLE FAMILY W/BASMNT

GRAND TOTAL

PERMITS

FEES

EST. COST

11

2
1
5
2

100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
0.00
50.00
2,400.00
0.00
50.00
50 . 00
4,000.00
50.00
0.00
142.00
75.00
50 .00
25.00
125 .00
194.97

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

41

$7' 461. 97

1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
3

CITY OF TROY - WARD ONE


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
06/29/2016 TO 07/12/2016
433 GLENDALE DR

BRUSH LETTER
MEADOWLAWN 1
7 - 6 - 16 cs brush in row, certificate. Follow up 7-13-16 .

536 MEADOW LN

EXCREMENT PROBLEM
MEADOWLAWN 1
6-21-16 sb Complaint of dog excrement all ov er sidewalk .
7-1-16 sb Dog e x crement removed. Close .

768 SKYLARK DR

07/ 06 / 16
20161221

07/ 06 / 16
DUNLAP, LINDA

11 / 03 / 16

06/29/16
06 / 29/16
10/ 27/16
20161201
PALSGROVE, TERRY
COMPLETED
Sent letter certificate,follow up 6-30-16 .

BRUSH LETTER

07 / 06/16
20161222
7-6-16 cs brush in row. Letter sent certificate, follow up on 7-13-16.

07 / 06 / 16
ETTER, SUSAN

TRASH & DEBRIS


07 / 08 / 16
07 / 08 / 16
N/ A
20161241
FROCK, JEFF
7-8 - 16 cs trash in rear yard. Letter sent certificate , follow up on 7-13-16.

1401 SKYLARK DR

07 / 01/16

11/03 / 16

11 / 05 / 16

1401 SKYLARK DR

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
07 / 08 / 16
07 / 08 / 16
11 / 05 / 16
20161243
FROCK, JEFF
N/A
7-8-16 cs Property maintenance, garage in rear yard has peeling paint and decaying wood. Letter sent certificate, follow up on
8-19-16.

1401 SKYLARK DR

TALL WEEDS / GRASS


07 / 08/16
07/08/16
N/ A
20161242
FROCK , JEFF
7-8-16 cs tall weeds in rear yard . Letter sent certificate , follow up 7-15-16 .

580 STAUNTON COMMONS DR

BRUSH LETTER

580 STAUNTON COMMONS DR

BRUSH LETTER

07/08/17

07 / 08/16
20161251
LETO HOLDINGS, LLC
7-8-16 dp brush, both letters sent certified and certificate, follow up on 7-15-16.
07/08/16
07 / 08 / 16
11 / 05/16
20161252
BUCKEYE COMM LTD PARTNERSH
7-8-16 dp Brush, both letters sent certified and certificate, follow up on 7-15-16.

98 0 STONYRIDGE AVE

GARAGE SALES-EXCESSIVE
07 / 01 / 16
10/29 / 16
BAIR, DANIEL
20161220
N/A
7-1-16 sb Had previously received a complaint this year of e x cessive garage sales at this location, but I never saw one there until today .
Follow up 7-15-16 to make s ure they are not e x ceeding the allowed amount .

CITY OF TROY - WARD TWO


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
06/29/2016 TO 07/12/2016
101 ASH ST

ZONING PROBLEMS

06/29/16
06 / 29/16
10/27/16
07 / 06/16
20161199
LA FIESTA INC.
COMPLETED
6-29-16 sb They have built a new deck on the back, built a new landing on the 2nd story on the front, and new stairs leading
to the landing . They have applied for no permits. Letter sent certificate, follow up 8-1-16.
7-6-16 cs Property owner recieved letter, came in and applied for deck permit, paid double fees on this date. Steps on front
of house were already existing and are just being replaced with new material.

928 JEFFERSON ST

BRUSH LETTER

07 / 08/16
20161253

07 / 08 / 16
HUBER, CAROL E.

11 / 05 / 16

7-8-16 dp brush, certified. Follow up on 7-15-16 .


500 MADISON ST N

TRASH & DEBRIS


07 / 06 / 16
07 / 06 / 16
N/A
20161227
JAMES, KAREN S
7-6-16 dp Wood debris in the curblawn. Letter sent certificate, follow up 7-11-16.
7-11-16 dp Debris remov ed close.

11 / 03 / 16

07 / 11 / 16
DEBRIS REMOVED

CITY OF TROY - WARD THREE


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
06/29/2016 TO 07/12/2016
503 CANAL ST E

TRASH & DEBRIS

07 / 06/16
07/06/16
11/03 / 16
20161226
M3 MANAGED SERVICES LLC
7-6 - 16 dp 2 pieces of furniture left out in the curb lawn and 1 piece has fallen over into the street. Certified letter, follow up
7-12-16 .

1115 CRAWFORD ST S

BRUSH LETTER
07/08 / 16
07 / 08 / 16
11 / 05 / 16
SULLENBERGER RENTALS
20161247
N/A
7 - 8-16 dp Brush letter sent certified to owner and a letter sent to tenant . Follow up on 7-15-16.

603 LINCOLN AVE

BRUSH LETTER

07/07/16
07/07/16
11/04/16
20161239
SHOEMAKER, TAMMY
7-7-16 cs Brush on Simpson Street side of property . Letter sent Certificate, follow up 7-14-16
TRASH & DEBRIS
07/08/16
07/08/16
11/05/16
STEVENS, FRANKIE L
20161244
N/ A
7-8-16 dp Trash on side of garage, driveway, front and back yards . Letter sent certificate, follow up on 7 -13-16 .

1019 SCOTT ST

1026 SCOTT ST

BRUSH LETTER
07 / 08/16
07/08 / 16
N/ A
20161245
SVAJDA, LARRYY
7-8-16 dp Brush letter, certified. Letter sent to tenant. Follow up on 7 - 15-16.
7-11-16 dp green card back undated , so follow up on 7 -15-16.

11/05 / 16

SHRUBBERY-OVERGROWN
07 / 11/16
11 / 08 / 16
KATZENBERGER, GEORGE
20161260
N/A
6-29-16 sb Shrubs, flowers hanging over sidewalk . Letter sent certified and certificate, follow up 7-13-16 .
7-7 - 16 s b Email from George Katzenberger . The person who cuts his grass will get t o it in a day or two .

333 SHORT ST S

ZONING PROBLEMS
06/30 / 16
10/28/16
06 / 30/16
07/11 / 16
20161210
PIERCE BUSINESS PROPERTIES COMPLETED
N/A
6 - 29-16 dp I noticed 23 tents in the rear yard at this multi-family location. It appears as though people may be living in
them. Letter sent certificate to the owner and to this tenant, which I confirmed through the owner. Follow up 7-5-16 .
7-5-16 dp 1 tent removed, will call Richard Pierse again to gain compliance .
7-11-16 dp Tents are now all gone close.

502 SIMPSON ST E

OUTDOOR STORAGE
07 / 07/16
07/07 / 16
08/06 / 16
20161236
STAPLETON, CHARLES D
N/ A
7-7-16 dp Neighbor complaint of trash on the porch and side of the house. Upon inspection what I found was outdoor storage
and not trash. Letter sent certified to owner with cc to tenant, follow up 8-8-16.

540 UNION ST S

BRUSH LETTER
N/A
7-8 - 16 dp brush letter sent certificate, follow up 7-15-16 .

301 WILLIAMS ST

07 / 08/16
20161246

07 / 08 / 16
MORAN, BLAKE

11 / 05 / 16

CITY OF TROY - WARD FOUR


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
06/29/2016 TO 07/12/2016
1075 CRESTVIEW DR
7-6-16 cs bBrush in row.

BRUSH LETTER
07 / 06/16
STONY RIDGE 1
201612 2 3
Sent certificate letter, follow up on 7-13-16.

07/06 / 16
WELSH , NANCYANNE

11/03 / 16

433 DORSET RD S

BRUSH LETTER
07 / 08 / 16
07 / 08 / 16
11 / 05 / 16
N/ A
20161257
KIRTLEY, TIMOTHY
7-8-16 dp brush in between the addresses of 445 and 433 Dorset Rd. Sent letter certificate, follow up 7-15-16.

445 DORSET RD S

BRUSH LETTER
07 / 08 / 16
12 / 06 / 12
08 / 21 / 12
N/A
20161255
LONG, DORIS
TRASH REMOVED
7-8-16 dp Complaint on curbside special trash. Since special pick up is less than a week away, no notice sent . Check 7 - 17-16
before closing.

445 DORSET RD S

BRUSH LETTER
07/08/16
07/08/16
11/05/16
N/ A
20161256
LONG, DORIS
7-8 - 16 dp brush in between the addresses of 445 and 433 Dorset Rd . Sent letter certificate, follow up 7 -15-16 .

1238 RIDGE AVE S

SHRUBBERY-OVERGROWN
07 / 06/16
07/06/16
11/03 / 16
N/A
20161230
SHEPARD , BYRON M
7-6 - 16 dp I received a complaint of there being a sight hazard due to overgrown bushes on Old Newton Pike and S . Ridge Ave. I
inspected and found this to be true. Upon investigation, this will be this homeowners responsibility. I will send a friendl y letter
to the homeowner and follow up 7 - 13-16.

CITY OF TROY - WARD FIVE


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
06/29/2016 TO 07/12/2016
1567 COVENT RD

TRASH & DEBRIS


07/08/16
07/08/16
11/05/16
WESTBROOK
20161248
SUMERIX, THOMAS & ELIZABET
7-8 - 16 dp trash on property. letter sent certificate, follow up on 7-13-16

1496 CROYDON RD

TALL WEEDS / GRASS


07 / 08/16
07/08/16
WESTBROOK 2
20161254
KASTER, JAMES
7-8-16 dp Tall weeds in rear yard. Sent letter certified, follow up 7-15-16.

851 DARTMOUTH RD
7-8-16 dp Tall weeds.

TALL WEEDS / GRASS


07 / 08 / 16
N/A
20161250
Sent letter certificate, follow up on 7-15-16.

07 / 08 / 16
KRAUS, BENJAMIN

07/08 / 17

07/08 / 17

873 DARTMOUTH RD

EXCESSIVE ANIMALS
07/ 07/ 16
07 / 07/16
11 / 04 / 16
WESTBROOK 11
20161234
TOLIVER, KENNETH J.
7-7 - 16 dp I received a complaint that this location has more that 3 animals. Upon inspection I found 5. While I was taking
photos a woman came out and spoke with me . We discussed the ordinance regarding this and she s aid that 3 of the dogs were
hers and she did not live there. I explained that no more that 3 could be there at any given time. The owner of the home,
her boyfriend then came out and we all 3 discussed the issue. He said she was there temporarily and would be moving and the
dogs would go with her . I explained that since we spoke in person I would not send a letter but would log this and follow up
in 30 days. He agreed and I will follow up 8-8-16.

1531 FLEET RD

TRASH & DEBRIS


WESTBROOK 3

07 / 08 / 16
20161249

07 / 08 / 16
11 / 05 / 16
STRAWSER, CHARLES

7-8-16 dp Trash, certificate. follow up 7-13-16.


401 LAKE ST

BRUSH LETTER
07/07/16
07/07/16
11/04/16
N/A
20161238
ENGLAND, VICTORIA
7-7-16 cs Brush in street. Certified letter, follow up 7-14-16.
7-11-16 sb Green card dated 7-8-16. Follow up 7-13-16 .
7-11-16 sb Victoria England left message 937-492-1010, the brush has been removed.

530 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

FENCE PROBLEMS
06/29/16
06/29/16
10/27/16
N/A
20161200
COVINGTON, RYAN
6-28-16 sb Fence is leaning, missing boards, and needs a protective coating. Sent letter certified, follow up 7-22-16

717 LYMINGTON RD

BRUSH LETTER
07/01/16
07/01/16
10/29/16
WESTBROOK 5
20161215
POLING, PHILIP
DEBRIS REMOVED
7-1-16 dp Piles of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter. Letter sent certificate, follow up 7-7-16.
7-7-16 dp Debris gone close .

07/07 / 16

718 LYMINGTON RD

07/07/16

BRUSH LETTER
07/01/16
07/01/16
10/29/16
WESTBROOK 5
20161214
BOWSER, DEAN
DEBRIS REMOVED
7-1-16 dp Large pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter. Letter sent certificate, follow up 7-6-16.
7-7-16 dp Debris gone close.

735

BRUSH LETTER
07/01/16
07/01/16
10/29/16
WESTBROOK 5
CUNNINGHAM, JULIE
20161216
7-1-16 dp Pile of unbagged/unbundled brush in the street gutter. Letter sent certificate, follow up 7-7-16.
7-7-16 dp Debris remains 48 hr follow up 7-11-16.
7-11-16 dp Original violation letter returned. Checked with B&C and this owners address is in Fairborn. I will re-send this
certified and follow up 7-16-16.

LYMINGTON RD

753 LYMINGTON RD

BRUSH LETTER
07/01/16
07/01/16
10/29/16
N/A
20161217
CROWTHER, CURTIS
COMPLETED
7-1-16 dp Pile of unbundled/unbagged tree limbs in the street gutter. Letter sent certificate, follow up 7-7-16.
7-7-16 dp Debris bundled now . Close.

07/07/16

CITY OF TROY - WARD SIX


VIOLATIONS BY ADDRESS
06/29/2016 TO 07/12/2016
0 EXPERIMENT FARM RD

TALL WEEDS/GRASS
07/01/16
07/01/16
07/01/17
20161218
RANDER ENTERPRISE LLC
N/A
7-1-16 dp Tall weeds e x ist on property. Letter sent both ways, follow up 7-8-16 .
7-8-16 dp TW remain and no mail has been returned as of today. Sent to OZ, follow up 8-1-16.
7-11-16 dp I received a call from this owner this morning and she explained that they had been out of the country and just
came back to Ohio this weekend and just received the letters. She said she would have this mowed by the end of the day and
asked for this extra time due to the circumstances. I obliged and contacted oz and had him remove this from his list.

High Usage Alert Records


Shut Off:
Yes- No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No

Date

Reconnect: Yes- No- Cause

N. Market St.
E. Race St.
E. Dakota St.
Maple St.
Govenors Rd.
N. Elm St.
Pennsylvania Ave.
Mary Bill Dr.
Penn Rd.
N. Madison St.
Troy Urbana Rd.
Switzer Dr.
Govenors
Tamworth
Willow Creek Way
N. Market St.
Dixie Ave.
King Richard
Water St.
Ridgewood Dr.
N. Market St.
Renwick Way
Shaftsbury Rd.
Fountain St.
Mckaig Ave.
S. Ridge Ave.
N. Market St.
Pennsylvania Ave.
Saratoga Dr.
Loxley Ln.
S. Short St.
Aberdeen Ct.
Winfield Ct.

24 Hr. usage
Cu Ft.
500
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2800
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Carriage Crossing Way

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Yes

July 1212016

Waterford Dr.
S. Ridge Ave.

400
400

No
No

July 1212016
July 1212016

No toilet running
Left blue card B & C to call
No car parked on box left blue card
No filling pool
No watering
B&C to call
No notified Company
No left blue card
No left hose on
No left blue card
No left blue card
No filling pool
No hose left on
No advised homeowner
No hose left on
No advised homeowner
No filling pool
Resident to check
No watering
No watering
No B&C to call
No hose left on
No filling pool
not running left blue card
Left blue card B&C to call
No watering
No B&C to call
No called maintenance
No left hose on
No possible toilet running
No left blue card
No left blue card
No left blue card
B&C contacted customer they
wanted it off
No toilet running
No hose left on

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