REMINDERVILLE — Village Council recently authorized payments to OHM Advisors for engineering and inspection services for three paving projects.

Payments for paving on Georgia Street ($1,764), Willowbrook Drive ($1,623) and Surfside Circle ($2,613) were approved.

Legislators also adopted a resolution to hire OHM Advisors as the village’s engineering firm from Jan. 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2019. All engineering and consulting by the firm will be billed in accordance with the agreement’s rate schedule.

In personnel matters, Council named Stacey Task as community events/senior activities coordinator, effective Dec. 3. She will be paid $500 a month, and will continue to serve as administrative assistant / clerk of Council.

"For years, I’ve volunteered at community events and have helped plan senior activities, so now I have an official title," Task said. "We will continue our traditional community events such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Family Fun Day and the Santa toy delivery, plus annual senior events.

"I love planning the events and seeing residents enjoy themselves with their families. The seniors always are a fun group, and one of my goals is to get more seniors from Reminderville and surrounding communities to join us at the RAC for activities and parties.

"Mayor [Sam] Alonso is very passionate about bringing the community together for fun occasions and keeping seniors involved and active, so I’m very excited to get started in continuing down that path." 

Council also promoted Debra Hybil and Kristen Low to lead positions at the Reminderville Athletic Club. Hybil will receive $11 per hour and Low will be paid $12 per hour.

Other approvals inlcuded an agreement with Community Response Systems LLC to provide a system for improved security at Village Hall, the resignation of Matthew Herrera from the village’s service department effective Nov. 20 and an agreement to allow Sports and Spine Physical Therapy to perform services at the Reminderville Athletic Club.

The security system amounts to a one-time setup fee of $198 and a subscription fee of $55.42 per month.

Among other matters being considered by Council members are:

• Increasing the salaries of the Council president by $50 per month and vice president by $25 per month, over the highest paid Council member who is not president or vice president. The president’s salary would be $680 and the vice president’s $655.

• The resignation of Police Officer Andrew Lile is effective Dec. 15.

• A 3-mill replacement tax levy for street maintenance and repair to go on the May 2018 ballot.

• Promoting Marco Berquist to police lieutenant and hiring Justin Phillips as a full-time police officer.

• A contract with Vasu Communications for the purchase of mobile radios for the police department.

• Agreements between Ohio Auditor David Yost, Charles E. Harris & Associates, the village and Twinsburg Township to perform a JEDD audit, and between Yost, the Harris firm and the village to perform a village audit for the period from Jan. 1, 2016 to Dec. 31, 2017.

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