Resolution No. 2007-51
Ordinance No. 2007-36
CITY OF MAYFIELD HEIGHTS
COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
1. Call to order and roll call.
2. Pledge of Allegiance.
3. Acceptance of minutes of last meeting (9/24/07).
4. Correspondence and announcements.
5. Reports of Officers:
a. Mayor Costabile
b. Director of Law Carr
c. Director of Finance Tribby
6. Reports of Committees, Commissions and Boards:
a. Building Committee (Diane Snider)
b. Finance and Audit Committee (Sam Mercurio)
c. Legislative Committee (Donna Finney)
d. Public Works and Services Committee (Howard Sonenstein)
e. Recreation and Parks Committee (David Sasak)
f. Safety and Transportation Committee (Ronald Kobunski)
g. Board of Zoning Appeals (Ronald Kobunski)
â€¢ h. Commission on Aging (Mayor Costabile and Michael Ballistrea)
i. Planning Commission (David Sasak)
7. Comments from the Public. Please note: Each person will get five minutes to speak with a maximum of 30 minutes
for the public portion per Section 121.02 (h)(8) of the Codified Ordinances.
2007-49: A Resolution accepting the amounts and rates as determined by the Budget Commission and authorizing the necessary tax levies and certifying them to the County Auditor.
2007-50: A Resolution proclaiming October 2007 to be National Mayfield Heights Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
9. ORDINANCES: None.
To confirm the decision of the Planning Commission approving the final site plan for a drive-thru canopy addition on the rear of the building and on-site pavement improvements for Key Bank, 1400 SOM Center Road.
To accept the bid from Grace Quality Used Cars for a 2005 Ford Crown Victoria (VIN#106762) for $6,148.00.
To accept the bid from Miller's USA Taxi for the following vehicles:
â€¢Â· 1996 Ford Crown Victoria (VIN#140895) - $805.00
â€¢Â· 1999 Ford Crown Victoria (VIN#180881) - $1,800.00
â€¢Â· 2000 Ford Crown Victoria (VIN#152640) - $2,200.00
â€¢Â· 2000 Ford Crown Victoria (VIN#152641) - $2,000.00
â€¢Â· 2000 Ford Crown Victoria (VIN#152639) - $2,150.00
â€¢11. NEW BUSINESS; COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL
at City Hall
NOTE: City Council meetings will now
start at 7:00 pm instead of 7:30 pm
beginning January 26, 2015.
Commission on Aging
3/3 @ 5:00 pm
3/3 @ 6:00 pm
All residents are required to file
yearly Municipal Income Tax
returns by 4/15, even if no
tax is due.
Mayfield Heights' New Mass Notification System
GOLD RESIDENT PROGRAM
Lived in Mayfield Heights for 50 years?
Then you qualify to be a Gold Resident.
Gold Residents are inducted at an
official ceremony during Unity Days
weekend and are invited annually
to the induction ceremony.
Click here for an application
Regional Income Tax Agency
TAXPAYER ASSISTANCE EVENT
Click here for details
News from Euclid Creek Watershed Council
ADOPT A LOW ROAD SALT HABIT
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The Auditor of State's Office has released
its audit of the 2013 Financial Statements
of the City of Mayfield Heights. Once again
the city received an unqualified opinion as
to its statements fairly representing the
financial position of the city. This report
can be accessed at www.ohioauditor.gov.
Click on Audits>Search Audits> type in
OF CITY PROPERTY
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DRUG DROP BOX
Available in MHPD Lobby
Drop off unused or expired
medication 24 hours a day.
Pill form only; no liquids or needles.
These drugs are a potential source
of supply for illegal use and an
unacceptable risk to public health
and safety. It is important to
surrender unused or expired drugs
for proper destruction.
JOIN OUR TEAM!
Tri City CERT looking for members
Click here for details.
DO NOT KNOCK REGISTRY
Prevent solicitors from
knocking at your door to
sell their goods or services.
Upon notifying the police
department of their intent to
solicit, solicitors will receive
a list of addresses upon which
they may not call. Only addresses
will be provided; no names will
be distributed. Add your name to
the registry by visiting city hall.
In-person registration is required
as a signature is necessary.
The City of Mayfield Heights, Ohio,
announces its intent to sell certain property
by internet auction, including miscellaneous
equipment, tools, furniture, vehicles, and
other items which are not needed for public
use or are obsolete or unfit for the use for
which they were acquired. Interested parties
may obtain an updated list of item(s) the
city intends to sell from the Office of the
Police Chief and on the city's website at