June 11,2018

The McKean Township Trustees met in regular session in June 11,2018 with Trustees McInturff, Schwartzenberger, Wintermute, and Fiscal Officer Ellas answering roll call. After the pledge to the flag, chairman McInturff opened the floor to the audience.

Audience-Two residents were in questioning the ditches along their road. It was then discussed what road they lived on in the township. When they stated St Rt 661, Tom gave them the name and number to contact at the State Highway Garage.

Zoning-Tom Frederick discussed the 3 permits issued for the month and had a nuisance letter for the trustees to sign. After reading and signing the letter, the trustees moved onto their reports.

Reports-The trustees reviewed the township bank reconciliation, fund balances, purchase orders and blanket certificates. Motion by Trustee Schwartzenberger, seconded Trustee Wintermute, all agreed to accept as presented.

New Business-The Trustees reviewed the amended Monroe Township Fire Dept contract. Our licking county prosecutor also reviewed and approved the contract. Motion made by Trustee Schwartzenberger, seconded Trustee Wintermute, all agreed to accept this contract between McKean Twp and Monroe Twp Fire Dept and all trustees signed the contract. The Fiscal Officer will return the signed contract on Tuesday.

Motion to pay all of the months bills and approve the minutes made by Trustee Wintermute, seconded Trustee Schwartzenberger, all agreed. It was then discussed that work still needed done on the cemetery fence along St Rt 661. Trustee Schwartzenberger made a list of materials needed for the repair and the township will check on availability of prison workers to help with the repair. Trustee Wintermute will check on prices for chip/seal needed to repair some of the roads. The Trustees discussed that trash pick up has been an issue for residents where the county is replacing bridges on their roads. We hope that all their work will be completed soon. After discussion as to weather and road conditions, motion to adjourn by Trustee Wintermute, all agreed.