December 30, 2020

HARRISON TOWNSHIP SPECIAL TRUSTEE MEETING

December 30, 2020

 

SPECIAL MEETING CALL TO ORDER:

Chairman Bill Welsh called the Special Trustee Meeting of December 30, 2020 to order at 8:00am at the Harrison Township Building, 2746 Weigand Road, Lockbourne, Ohio.  Attending were Trustee Joe DeFelice, Trustee Bill Welsh, Trustee Michael Freeman, and Fiscal Officer Lindsay Mayse. 

 

Mr. Welsh made a motion to waive the reading of the minutes from the previous meeting and Mr. DeFelice seconded.  The Trustees voted with three affirmative votes to approve the motion.

 

The following Legal Notice was printed in the Circleville Herald on December 15, 2020 and was posted on the Township website:

The Harrison Township Trustees will hold a special meeting at the Township Building on Weigand Road on Wednesday, December 30, 2020 at 8:00am to approve 2020 payments and appropriations for 2021.

 

RESOLUTION 20-136

A RESOLUTION TO REALLOCATE $200.00 FROM GENERAL SALARIES ACCOUNT TO GENERAL OPERS RETIREMENT ACCOUNT TO PAY RETIREMENT PAYMENT.  Dr. Freeman moved, Mr. DeFelice seconded and the Trustees voted with three affirmative votes to approve R20-136.

 

RESOLUTION 20-137

A RESOLUTION TO REALLOCATE $200.00 FROM GENERAL TRUSTEE SALARIES ACCOUNT TO GENERAL OPERS RETIREMENT ACCOUNT TO PAY RETIREMENT PAYMENT.  Dr. Freeman moved, Mr. DeFelice seconded and the Trustees voted with three affirmative votes to approve R20-137.

 

RESOLUTION 20-138

A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AND PAY THE ATTACHED LIST OF BILLS AS THE LAWFUL OBLIGATIONS OF HARRISON TOWNSHIP.  Mr. DeFelice moved, Dr. Freeman seconded and the Trustees voted with three affirmative votes to approve R20-138.

 

RESOLUTION 20-139

A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE 2021 PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS OF $3,592,650.00.00 AS ATTACHED.   Mr. DeFelice moved, Dr Freeman seconded and the Trustees voted.  Mr. DeFelice, yes; Mr. Welsh, yes; Dr. Freeman, yes.  Resolution 20-139 was approved.

 

ADJOURNMENT:

With no further comments and all scheduled matters attended to, Dr. Freeman moved and Mr. DeFelice seconded the motion to adjourn the