LOGAN – Logan City Council passed an emergency resolution last night for road repair within Logan city limits.

Resolution No. 15, 2021 authorizes the mayor or city service director to enter into a contract with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), to complete a project that includes pavement repair, asphalt resurfacing and pavement marking.

The work will begin on U.S. 33 at city corporation limits and will end at 0.4 miles west of state Route 93, the resolution states. Work will also begin on state Route 93 at Walhonding Avenue and end at Hunter Street. The total length of the repairs in the city is approximately 2.66 miles. The total cost for the project is around $56,200, finance committee chairperson and councilman at-large Jim Robinson said.

“What they’re going to do (is) — blacktop between three bridges, up to Hunter Street,” City Service Director Bruce Walker told the council.

Resolution No. 15, 2021 was Tuesday’s only emergency item. The council passed two items on third reading:

  • Ordinance No. 19, 2021, which appropriates $5,000 from unappropriated money in the fire equipment fund
  • Ordinance No. 20, 2021, which amends and replaces the current permit fee schedule for the city of Logan

Eight items were up for second reading:

  • Ordinance No. 21, 2021, which amends ordinance No. 85, 2020 of Logan City Code and adds an addendum to the ordinance to modify the fee schedule for capacity, usage and inspection for water and sewer customers
  • Ordinance No. 22, 2021, which adopts the 2018 edition of the International Property Maintenance Code, regulating and governing the conditions and maintenance of all property, buildings and structures; by providing stands for supplied utilities and facilities and other physical things and conditions essential to ensure that structures are safe, sanitary and fit for occupation and use; and the condemnation of buildings and structures unfit for human occupancy and use, and the demolition of such exciting structures in the city of Logan proving for the issuance of permits and collection of feeds therefore; repealing Chapter 153 of Logan City Code of Ordinances and all other ordinances or parts of law in conflict therewith
  • Ordinance No. 23, 2021, which creates a new line item within the general fund and appropriates $19,000 from unapproved funds in the general fund to the newly created line item
  • Ordinance No. 24, 2021, which creates a new line item within the water fund and appropriates $30,000 from unappropriated money in the water fund to the newly created line item

Ordinance No. 25,

  • 2021, which approaches $75,000 from unappropriated money in the water fund
  • Ordinance No. 26, 2021, which amends Ordinance No. 6, 2018 and Ordinance No. 12, 1981 of the City of Logan to allow for compensation of the reserve police force of the Logan Police Department
  • Ordinance No. 27, 2021, which amends Appendix 1: Official Schedule of Permitted Uses and Dimensional Requirements attached to chapter 157 of Logan City Code to include brewery/retail winery under zoning district B-2
  • Resolution No. 14, 2021, which creates three part-time summer positions to work with the street department, and establish the pay rate for said positions

Eleven items were up for first reading:

  • Ordinance No. 28, 2021, which creates a new line item within the capital improvement street paving fund and appropriates $2,102.60 from unappropriated money in the capital improvement street paving fund to the newly created line item in order to transfer the funds from the inactive fund to the street government fund
  • Ordinance No. 29, 2021, which creates a new line item within the capital improvement pool fund and appropriates $1,509.57 from unappropriated money in the capital improvement fund to the newly created line item in order to transfer the funds from the indicative fund to the capital improvement fund
  • Ordinance No. 30, 2021, which appropriates $15,000 from unappropriated money in the sewer fund
  • Ordinance No. 31, 2021, which appropriates $18,000 from unappropriated money in the capital improvement fund
  • Ordinance No. 32, 2021, which creates a new line item within the general fund and appropriates $5,000 from unappropriated money in the general fund to the newly created line item
  • Ordinance No. 33, 2021, which establishes the process by which the petitioner is required to file an application for the vacation or the narrowing of a public right-of-way along with payment for all associated costs
  • Resolution No. 16, 2021, which transfers $46,540 from the fire equipment purchase fund and $46,540 from the fire levy fund to the fire truck debt service fund for a total transfer of $93,080
  • Resolution No. 17, 2021, which transfers $43,744 from the capital improvement fund to the pool debt service fund
  • Resolution No. 18, 2021, which transfers the sum of $3,000 from the capital improvement fund to the recreation trust fund
  • Resolution No. 19, 2021, which transfers $15,000 from the general fund to the recreation fund
  • Resolution No. 20, 2021, which certifies payment by the Logan city auditor of an expense that incurred in 2020 totaling $200 that requires payment from the 2021 budget

The next Logan City Council meeting will be Tuesday, May 11 in the Logan-Hocking Middle School library, 13579 Maysville-Williams Rd, at 7 p.m.

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