Shelby City Hall

The Shelby City Council addressed several legislative issues on July 6.

Discussions continued over legislation matters during Monday night’s regular city council meeting.

Amended Ordinance NO. 15-2020 which states to amend section 276.03 (investigation of complaints; correction; reports to council) was presented for its third and final reading.

Councilman Nathan Martin explained the ordinance had been discussed at length during the previous meetings.

“I wanted to do some research on possibly amending and I have come to a decision to provide some clearer language. In section one the first paragraph after complainant in parentheses put if known,” Martin stated.

The amendment passed through council members.

Following discussions, Amended Ordinance No. 15-2020 passed through council.

Moving forward in legislation matters, Resolution No. 29-2020 was brought forward which stated to authorize the mayor to apply for the Ohio Emergency Management Agency FEMA-DR-4507-OH public assistance grant for the reimbursement of EMS supplies and overtime.

The resolution passed unanimously through council members.

Resolution No. 30-which stated to authorize the mayor to advertise for bids and enter into a contract for the 2020 West Main Street sanitary sewer lateral installation project within the City of Shelby was also presented to city council members.

‘This is using the funds that Beth Conrad, environmental health director, obtained from the state department of health. We will bid out all of the laterals and tanks collapsings for property owners who qualified,” Project Coordinator Joe Gies stated.

The resolution passed unanimously through council.

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