The McKean Township Trustees met June 13, 2016 for their regular meeting with Trustees Wintermute, McInturff, Schwartzenberger, and Fiscal Officer answering roll call. After the pledge to the flag by the group, the chairman opened the meeting to the audience present.
Audience-Chris Shook, candidate for County Prosecutor, was present to introduce himself to the board. Michael Darling, representing Rumpke waste stopped by to see if McKean Township was going to extend the current waste contract. It was agreed by all trustees they would be signing the 3 year extension with Republic Services during the meeting. Rumpke agreed they would be back around in three years. Resident Doug Davidson stopped in to report he had licensed three of the vehicles on his property. It was noted that the ag equipment was on R-1 residential property. The Trustees thanked all for stopping in for their meeting.
Road Supervisor-It was noted that the road supervisor could not attend our meeting but left notes for the trustees with the fiscal officer. The following was either reported or questioned: the mowing of the roads was complete, we have had two funerals, also one scheduled for next Tuesday, and the men were currently ditching on Mt. Herman and Phillips. He would like someone to check the culvert pipe at the new home on Phillips Road before he signs off on the paperwork, and he left a list of junk vehicles at various addresses in the township. Trustee Schwartzenberger agreed to further pursue getting salt brine for roads by motion from Trustee McInturff, seconded Trustee Wintermute, all agreed. Trustee McInturff agreed to contact the state about repairs needing to be done on Lafayette Rd after the state closure on St Rt 661 and check with the Prosecutor Office about delivery of a letter to the resident on Cat Run.
New Business-After reviewing the bills and May minutes, motion to accept by Trustee McInturff, seconded Trustee Schwartzenberger, all agreed. The fiscal officer then presented the board with an audit waiver statement and 3 year extension of our waste contract. Motion by Trustee McInurff, seconded Trustee Wintermute, all agreed to the waiver and extension. The Granville Scenic byway plan to be presented to the State of Ohio was received from the Granville Township Trustees for approval by McKean Township to included Dry Creek Road. Motion by Trustee McInturff, seconded Trustee Wintermute, all agreed that we were not in favor at this time and would contact Granville Township to discuss the issue further.
After some discussion about the June 20th meeting to open road bids as published in the local paper, motion by Trustee McInturff, seconded Trustee Wintermute, all agreed to adjourn the meeting.