Aurora, Ohio, City Council and Committee of the Whole
October 24, 2022
Committee of the Whole (COW): The meeting was called to order at 6:30 pm by Chairman
John Kudley with 7 other council members present: Reva Barner, Brad Duguay, Sarah Grdina
Gilmore, George Horvat, Dennis Kovach, Harold Hatridge and Scott Wolf. Pete French was
absent. There were 12 City Officials and Employees present and 4 people in the gallery.
Tim Clymer, newly rehired Finance Director reported that the General funds are looking good with
revenues 102% above projection and expenses 71.9% behind pace.
There were 6 Ordinances or Resolutions proposed for action that evening including:
There were 3 Ordinances on 1st Reading:
Meeting adjourned at 6:50 pm.
City Council (CC): Council President George Horvat called the meeting to order at 7:00 pm with Council members present and absent as noted at the COW.
The Mayor reported on the upcoming leaf collection and final Brush pickup schedule; Explained the Aurora Trail’s First Leg as was mentioned at the COW; the hiring of Tammy Harris as the new full-time Administrative Coordinator; Encouraged Voting on or before November 8 Election Day; Halloween Trunk or Treat on October 29 at Hartman and Trick or Treat on October 31, Senior Leaf Raking by the City and Rotary; Fill the Bus Food Drive on November 9; and a meeting with a group of Aurora parents who were promoting Unity Day; Visiting a group of disabled Veterans with Laura Holman at Sunny Lake and checking on the progress of Aurora Meadows, located at the old Aurora Country Club building.
No Citizen or Council remarks pertaining to pending legislation
Ordinances on 3rd Reading that were adopted:
Ordinances on 2nd Reading:
Ordinances on 1st Reading:
Citizens Comments: 2 Citizens who live on Chatham were concerned about a number of homes in disrepair with unkempt, tall grass and parking on the front lawn in their neighborhood. 1 Citizen expressed thanks for supporting the hiking trail.
Council Member & Committee Remarks: B. Duguay expressed thanks to Mr. Stark for the school lights being installed on East Blvd and to the Police for their presence in stopping speeding in Ward 1. S. Wolf said follow up is needed on the Maintenance Ordinance enforcement in Chatham. R. Barner thanked the Citizens for Coming forward and would embrace enforcement of the maintenance ordinance and prohibiting parking on front lawns
The meeting adjourned at 7:40 pm.
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