Pandora council is exploring the possibility of having a Pandora village web site. That topic was discussed at the March 8 council session.
The initial cost to set-up the site is $1,000 with a $4.45 per month hosting fee.
Council is working with Mark Suter, Pandora-Gilboa technology instructor on the project. It is hoped that the P-G Technology Club students will develop the site.
Several other items of business crossed council's table on March 8. The official minutes of the meeting follow:
PANDORA COUNCIL MINUTES - MARCH 8, 2011
The Pandora Village Council met in Regular Session on Tuesday,
March 8, 2011, at 7:00 PM at the Municipal Building with Mayor, John Schlumbohm, presiding.
Members Present: Vance, Fricke, Hall, Stall, Blank
Members Absent: Painter
The meeting was opened with Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion was made by Mr. Fricke, seconded by Mr. Vance to approve the February 22, 2011 Minutes. Voting: All Yea.
Motion was made by Mrs. Stall, seconded by Mr. Blank to approve the Treasurer's Report for February, 2011. Voting: All Yea.
The following bills were presented for payment:
9648 Dominion East Ohio Gas 5,354.85
9649 American Electric Power 3,466.38
9650 Bell Auto Supply 172.67
9651 E.J. Prescott 169.00
9652 Fairpoint Comm. 369.44
9653 Fields of Dreams Mowing 150.00
9654 M&M Hauling 70.00
9655 Marvin D. Steiner 43.00
9656 MASI Environ. Serv. 425.90
9657 Miller Textile 184.74
9658 Ohio Police & Fire Pension 3,361.49
9659 Ottawa Feed & Grain 59.97
9660 Pandora Church of Christ 24.79
9661 Pandora Excavating 200.00
9662 Pandora Postmaster 600.00
9663 Parsons Auto Service 1,195.02
9664 Putnam County Sentinel 55.25
9665 Quill Corp. 102.46
9666 Riley Creek Pharmacy 10.76
9667 Verizon Wireless 861.92
9668 Village Hardeware 26.99
1825 Stanley Schneck $ 1,422.19
1826 Lana Burry 830.77
1827 Aaron Basinger 174.24
1828 Paul Bishop 144.17
1829 Eric Rayle 955.07
1830 Scott Stant 1,185.19
1831 Rick Morrison 1,047.20
1832 Ohio School Income Tax 292.38
1833 Ohio Dept.Taxation 486.31
Police Pension 1,787.79
IRS Tax Pmt. 2,536.27
Motion was made by Mr. Vance, seconded by Mr. Fricke to approve the bills as presented. Voting: All Yea.
RESOLUTION NO. 2011-600:
A RESOLUTION FOR SHELTER HOUSE RESERVATION FEES
Motion was made by Mr. Hall, seconded by Mr. Blank to adopt Resolution No. 2011-600 as read for its third and final reading. Voting: All Yea.
Richard Wahl was present to update the Council on the lagoons. The lagoon system seems to be working very well. At the present time the Village is experiencing a slightly elevated phosphorus reading in the lagoons. Mr. Wahl stated there are several options to correct this problem. Mr. Wahl requested another batch of the "Buster" product be used in the lagoons to continue its efficiency. It was the consensus of the Council to purchase three containers of "Buster" for $2500.00 each for a total of $7500.00.
The Village Administrator reported on the following:
1) The fence at the new baseball field was damaged in the flood. Mr. Schneck has been in contact with the school's maintenance department as to the cost for repairing said fence. The school is to contact Findlay Fence for an estimate. Discussion was had as to payment for said repairs. It was suggested for the school, the village and possibly the Boosters share in the cost of said repairs.
2) Mr. Schneck received a CRA pre-application from Gary Luginbill, owner of Pandora Grain and Supply for the addition of a shop building. Notification will be sent to the P-G School in regards to this matter. Motion was made by Mr. Vance, seconded by Mr. Blank to accept Pandora Grain and Supply's CRA pre-application for a 100% abatement for 15 years with a 25% rebate to the school, if they accept the application, and 25% to the village. Voting: All Yea.
3) Presented the possiblity of the village having their own web site. The initial cost to set-up this web-site would be $1,000, with a $4.45 per month hosting site. Mark Suter, P-G School's technology instructor, and his Technology Club students would be willing to develop this web site. It was the consensus of the Council to proceed with this web site and suggested the village's web site be "pandoraoh.gov".
4) After the flooding on February 28th, village employee, Rick Morrison, presented a plan to Mr. Schneck by forming concrete walls with channels to deter flooding of the of the water plant. By havng these walls in place, would not need as many sand bags.
Motion was made by Mr. Vance, seconded by Mr. Fricke to excuse Mr. Painter from this meeting. Voting: All Yea.
Fiscal Officer, Lana Burry, stated the Library rental agreement is up for renewal. Mrs. Rader stated the rent for one year would remain the same as last year of $720.00 per month. Motion was made by Mr. Vance, seconded by Mr. Fricke to accept the one year Library rental agreement of $720.00 per month. Voting: All Yea.
With no further business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned upon a motion by Mr. Hall, seconded by Mr. Vance. Voting: All Yea.