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Joined: May 16 2008
Location: Middletown, Ohi
Posted: Jan 13 2017 at 11:09am
TUESDAY, January 17, 2017
CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS MEETING – 5:30 pm – COUNCIL CHAMBERS – LOWER LEVEL
1. MOMENT OF MEDITATION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
2. ROLL CALL
3. PUBLIC HEARING- Zone Change Case #3-16: A request by
applicant George Long, Business Manager on behalf of Middletown City Schools
requesting approval to re-zone the property located at
4. CITIZEN COMMENTS, GUESTS, ORGANIZATIONS’
5. CITY MANAGER REPORTS Jim Dustin, NFP to Present an Update on Health Insurance Costs Mallory Greenham, DMI to Present the Final Draft of the New Downtown Master Plan Central Connections 6. CONSENT AGENDA. . . Matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion and one vote of consent. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed and considered separately.
(a) Approve City Council Minutes: December 20, 2016, and January 3, 2017
(b) Receive and File Oath of Office: Joseph Phillips
(c) Confirm Personnel Appointments: Ethan Clark, John Laswell, Bryce Nartker and David Kaiser- Firefighter-EMT, Department of Public Safety, Division of Fire Stephen Crank- Patrol Officer, Department of Public Safety, Division of Police
(d) To approve a contract with Trane
(a) To authorize the City Manager to enter into professional services contract CH2M to prepare construction plans to upgrade the Kensington Pump Station.
1. Resolution No. R2017-02, a resolution requesting the Auditor of Butler County to advance to the Treasurer of the City of Middletown, Ohio, taxes assessed and collected for and on behalf of the City of Middletown, Ohio and declaring an emergency.
2. Resolution No. R2017-03, a resolution declaring it necessary to renew a tax in excess of the ten mill limitation for the purpose to supplement the General Fund for the purpose of making appropriations for providing or maintaining Senior Citizens Services and/or facilities as set forth in Ohio Revised Code Section 5705.19(Y) and determining to proceed to submit the question of renewing such tax to the electors of the City of Middletown, Ohio, at the election on May 2, 2017, in accordance with Section 5705.19(Y) of the Ohio Revised Code and declaring an emergency.
3. Ordinance No. O2017-01, an ordinance establishing a procedure for and authorizing a contract with Easton Telecom for telecommunication circuits, and declaring an emergency.
4. Ordinance No.
O2017-02, an ordinance authorizing an amendment to the Community Reinvestment
Area Agreement between City of Middletown, Historic Goetz Tower, LLC and
Grassroots Ohio, LLC. (First
EXECUTIVE SESSION Under the authority of O.R.C. 121.22 (G) (1) To consider the appointment, employment, dismissal, discipline, promotion, demotion, or compensation of a public employee or official.
What A City
Joined: Nov 06 2009
Found this on the January 3rd meeting notes in the workbook section ......
TO: Doug Adkins, City Manager
FROM: Kay Sauer, Human Resources Specialist
SUBJECT: APPOINTMENT – INCOME TAX SUPERINTENDENT
We are recommending the appointment of MISTY NICELY to the position of Income Tax
Superintendent in the Department of Finance, Division of Taxation. Ms. Nicely is currently
employed in the department as the Acting Income Tax Superintendent. She will fill the
vacancy created by resignation of Sandra Mueller in 2015.
Ms. Nicely will be assigned to Salary Range 176, Step C, which provides a salary of
$2,455.36 biweekly, $63,839.36 annually. The effective date of the appointment is January
It is good to work in the public sector. Do we need an Income Tax "Superintendent" level and do we need to pay this level almost 64 grand here? Where does this level position itself with a manager's or supervisor's level? Higher or lower and if higher, why not pay less to do this work at another, lower level? Is this really necessary? Why the "interim" tag since 2015 after the resignation?
And what would be the "superintendent's" daily job duties in this capacity to earn this salary? Job responsibilities are never spelled out in the promotion letters. Wouldn't this be helpful to whoever approves this to know why they are paying someone 64 grand in this case? I would want to know what the taxpayer is getting for their money before the approval. If the approver has no knowledge to compare pay with job duties, then it becomes yet another rubber stamping episode.
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Joined: Jul 01 2007
Location: United States
if this lady is whom I think she is, she is a very nice person who seems very knowledgeable and makes dealing with the city tax dept much less aggravating. Seems competent. We could do a lot worse. Still a pretty generous gig considering bennies.
As for the Goetz deal--shame on them
haven't talked with anyone who thinks that this deal is good or makes sense
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