Legals: 01-27-14

001 LEGAL
PUBLIC NOTICE OEMA & FEMA Weston
Township, in
conjunction with the Ohio Emergency Management Agency (OEMA) and the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has applied for a Unified
Hazard Mitigation Program Project for the purchase and installation of a
tornado warning siren at 21960 US HWY 6, Weston, OH 43569.
Under the
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), EO 11988 and EO 11990, public
notice is required of any federal action that affect floodplains or
wetlands. All necessary permits will be obtained prior to construction
and completion of the project.
The objectives of the Unified Hazard
Mitigation Program are to prevent future losses of lives and property,
to implement state or local Hazard Mitigation plans, to enable
mitigation measures to be
implemented during immediate recovery from
disaster, and to provide funding for identified and approved hazard
mitigation projects.
Public Participation Public
participation is encouraged. Interested parties and/or citizens are
invited to comment on the project either in writing to: Nicholas Mueller,
Acting Regional Environmental Officer
FEMA Region V 536 South Clark Street,
6th Floor
Chicago, IL 60605 Or
comments may be directed via e-mail to Mr. Mueller:
[email protected] dhs.gov
The Weston Township Board of Trustees
meet on the second Monday evening of each month at 7:30 PM. The Township
Administrative Building is located at 14024 Van Tassel Road, and the
mailing address is PO Box 332, Weston, OH 43569
Trustee Dan Weaver may
be reached by phone at 419-308-5005, Trustee Bruce Dewese may be
reached at 419-265-7924, Trustee Randy Tolles may be reached at
419-356-7806, and Fiscal Officer Stan Bucksky may be reached at
419-575-2858. Jan. 13, 27, ’14


ORDINANCE
NO. 8298 Passed
Jan. 13, 2014 ORDINANCE
ACCEPTING EASEMENTS FOR UTILITY PURPOSES FROM DONALD JORGENSEN AND
ARTHUR E CARR AND NANCY A CARR BE
IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN,
COUNTY OF
WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the easements
for utility purposes from Donald Jorgensen and
Arthur E. Carr and Nancy
A. Carr are hereby accepted in
substantial
accordance with the
exhibits attached hereto and made a part hereof
SECTION
2: This
ordinance shall take
effect at the earliest time permitted by law.
Passed:
Jan. 13, 2014
Michael
A. Aspacher
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
Jan.
14, 2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


ORDINANCE
NO. 8299 Passed
Jan. 13,
2014 ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING THE UTILITIES DIRECTOR TO APPLY FOR A LOAN AND EXECUTE
AN
AGREEMENT WITH THE OHIO EPA/OHIO WATER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR
WATER
SUPPLY REVOLVING LOAN ACCOUNT FUNDING FOR THE DESIGN,
EQUIPMENT AND
CONSTRUCTION OF THE MEMBRANE/RO RESERVOIR PUMP STATION BE
IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF
WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the Utilities Director is
hereby
authorized to apply for a loan and execute an agreement with
Ohio
EPA/Ohio Water Development Authority for Water Supply Revolving
Loan
Account funding for the design, equipment and construction of the
membrane/RO reservoir pump station.
SECTION
2: This ordinance
shall take
effect at the earliest time permitted by law.
Passed:
January 13, 2014
Michael
A. Aspacher,
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
January
14,
2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


ORDINANCE
NO. 8300 Passed
Jan. 13,
2014 ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING THE UTILITIES DIRECTOR TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS AND ENTER
INTO A CONTRACT OR CONTRACTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE MEMBRANE/RO
RESERVOIR PUMP STATION BE
IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF
WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the Utilities Director is hereby
authorized to advertise for
bids and enter into a contract or
contracts for the construction of the
membrane/RO reservoir pump
station
SECTION
2: This ordinance
shall take
effect at the earliest time permitted by law.
Passed:
January 13, 2014
Michael
A. Aspacher,
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
January
14,
2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


NOTICE Village of Weston Ordinance #2014-4 was
passed on 1/21/14 to repeal Ordinance 2010-4 in relation to Recreation Board payments.
Emergency Ordinance #2014-5 was passed on 1/21/14
to approve, adopt, & enact the Ohio Basic Code for 2014.
Full
copies of these ordinances are available at the Village Hall and at
westonohio.org. Jan. 27, Feb. 3, ’14


LEGAL NOTICE
Request for Proposals (RFP’s) will be received by
Owens State Community College, Oregon Road, Perrysburg, Ohio for the
following project: Website Development and Content Management The
electronic RFP documents are available at the following web site:
https://www.owens.edu/procurement.
Proposal due date – February 3rd @
4: PM, 2014 Contact: Jennifer Fehnrich at [email protected] owens.edu
Jan. 21, 27, ’14


RESOLUTION
NO. 3558 Passed
Jan. 13, 2014 RESOLUTION
AMENDING AND ADOPTING
CHANGES TO THE PROCUREMENT MANUAL FOR THE
B.G.
TRANSIT PROGRAM AND THE PROCUREMENT MANUAL FOR USE WITH THE
HOUSING
REVOLVING LOAN FUND AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
(CDBG) FUND NOW,
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
BOWLING
GREEN, OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the Council of the City of
Bowling Green does hereby adopt
the amended Procurement Manual for the
B.G. Transit Program and the
amended Procurement manual that
is used
by the Housing Revolving
Loan Fund and Community Development Block
Grant Fund. Said changes
were precipitated by changes to the City’s
purchasing policy.
SECTION
2: This resolution shall take effect at
the earliest time permitted
by law.
Passed:
Jan. 13, ’14
Michael
A. Aspacher
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
Jan. 14, 2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


RESOLUTION
NO. 3559 Passed
Jan. 13, 2014 RESOLUTION
TO COOPERATE WITH THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION (ODOT) FOR
THE UPGRADE OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS BY ADDING BACK-PLATES, BATTERY
BACKUPS
UPS AND LED STREET NAME SIGNS TO SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS ON
SR 64,
LYING WITHIN THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN. This
resolution in its
entirety may be inspected at the Office of the
Clerk of Council, City
Administrative Services Building, 304 North
Church Street, Bowling
Green, Ohio.
Kay
D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Jan.
27,
’14


Zoning Board of Appeals Legal
Notice
February 12, 2014 The following item will be
discussed at the February 12, 2014 meeting of the Zoning Board of Appeals.

The Board will meet in the
City Administrative Services Building at 304 North Church Street,
Bowling Green, Ohio at 7:00 p.m. on the above date.
The letter of
application and drawing is available for inspection at the Planning
Department at the above address. VARIANCE REQUESTS Eric
Agoston, 310 Martindale, has requested a variance to construct a 16′ x
16′ accessory structure that will encroach 8′ into the 10′ required side
yard setback on the north 18 feet into the 20′ required rear yard
setback on the west and 1′ into the 20′ required setback from the
primary structure.
Enrique Gomezdelcampo, 229 Berkley Drive, has
requested a variance to allow the construction of a driveway that will
not be a hard, dustless surface for its entire length and area as
required. LOBBY VISITATION Jan. 27, ’14


001 LEGAL
PUBLIC NOTICE OEMA & FEMA Weston
Township, in
conjunction with the Ohio Emergency Management Agency (OEMA) and the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has applied for a Unified
Hazard Mitigation Program Project for the purchase and installation of a
tornado warning siren at 21960 US HWY 6, Weston, OH 43569.
Under the
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), EO 11988 and EO 11990, public
notice is required of any federal action that affect floodplains or
wetlands. All necessary permits will be obtained prior to construction
and completion of the project.
The objectives of the Unified Hazard
Mitigation Program are to prevent future losses of lives and property,
to implement state or local Hazard Mitigation plans, to enable
mitigation measures to be
implemented during immediate recovery from
disaster, and to provide funding for identified and approved hazard
mitigation projects.
Public Participation Public
participation is encouraged. Interested parties and/or citizens are
invited to comment on the project either in writing to: Nicholas Mueller,
Acting Regional Environmental Officer
FEMA Region V 536 South Clark Street,
6th Floor
Chicago, IL 60605 Or
comments may be directed via e-mail to Mr. Mueller:
[email protected] dhs.gov
The Weston Township Board of Trustees
meet on the second Monday evening of each month at 7:30 PM. The Township
Administrative Building is located at 14024 Van Tassel Road, and the
mailing address is PO Box 332, Weston, OH 43569
Trustee Dan Weaver may
be reached by phone at 419-308-5005, Trustee Bruce Dewese may be
reached at 419-265-7924, Trustee Randy Tolles may be reached at
419-356-7806, and Fiscal Officer Stan Bucksky may be reached at
419-575-2858. Jan. 13, 27, ’14


ORDINANCE
NO. 8298 Passed
Jan. 13, 2014 ORDINANCE
ACCEPTING EASEMENTS FOR UTILITY PURPOSES FROM DONALD JORGENSEN AND
ARTHUR E CARR AND NANCY A CARR BE
IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN,
COUNTY OF
WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the easements
for utility purposes from Donald Jorgensen and
Arthur E. Carr and Nancy
A. Carr are hereby accepted in
substantial
accordance with the
exhibits attached hereto and made a part hereof
SECTION
2: This
ordinance shall take
effect at the earliest time permitted by law.
Passed:
Jan. 13, 2014
Michael
A. Aspacher
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
Jan.
14, 2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


ORDINANCE
NO. 8299 Passed
Jan. 13,
2014 ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING THE UTILITIES DIRECTOR TO APPLY FOR A LOAN AND EXECUTE
AN
AGREEMENT WITH THE OHIO EPA/OHIO WATER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR
WATER
SUPPLY REVOLVING LOAN ACCOUNT FUNDING FOR THE DESIGN,
EQUIPMENT AND
CONSTRUCTION OF THE MEMBRANE/RO RESERVOIR PUMP STATION BE
IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF
WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the Utilities Director is
hereby
authorized to apply for a loan and execute an agreement with
Ohio
EPA/Ohio Water Development Authority for Water Supply Revolving
Loan
Account funding for the design, equipment and construction of the
membrane/RO reservoir pump station.
SECTION
2: This ordinance
shall take
effect at the earliest time permitted by law.
Passed:
January 13, 2014
Michael
A. Aspacher,
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
January
14,
2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


ORDINANCE
NO. 8300 Passed
Jan. 13,
2014 ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING THE UTILITIES DIRECTOR TO ADVERTISE FOR BIDS AND ENTER
INTO A CONTRACT OR CONTRACTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE MEMBRANE/RO
RESERVOIR PUMP STATION BE
IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, COUNTY OF
WOOD, AND STATE OF OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the Utilities Director is hereby
authorized to advertise for
bids and enter into a contract or
contracts for the construction of the
membrane/RO reservoir pump
station
SECTION
2: This ordinance
shall take
effect at the earliest time permitted by law.
Passed:
January 13, 2014
Michael
A. Aspacher,
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
January
14,
2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


NOTICE Village of Weston Ordinance #2014-4 was
passed on 1/21/14 to repeal Ordinance 2010-4 in relation to Recreation Board payments.
Emergency Ordinance #2014-5 was passed on 1/21/14
to approve, adopt, & enact the Ohio Basic Code for 2014.
Full
copies of these ordinances are available at the Village Hall and at
westonohio.org. Jan. 27, Feb. 3, ’14


LEGAL NOTICE
Request for Proposals (RFP’s) will be received by
Owens State Community College, Oregon Road, Perrysburg, Ohio for the
following project: Website Development and Content Management The
electronic RFP documents are available at the following web site:
https://www.owens.edu/procurement.
Proposal due date – February 3rd @
4: PM, 2014 Contact: Jennifer Fehnrich at [email protected] owens.edu
Jan. 21, 27, ’14


RESOLUTION
NO. 3558 Passed
Jan. 13, 2014 RESOLUTION
AMENDING AND ADOPTING
CHANGES TO THE PROCUREMENT MANUAL FOR THE
B.G.
TRANSIT PROGRAM AND THE PROCUREMENT MANUAL FOR USE WITH THE
HOUSING
REVOLVING LOAN FUND AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
(CDBG) FUND NOW,
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
BOWLING
GREEN, OHIO:
SECTION
1: That the Council of the City of
Bowling Green does hereby adopt
the amended Procurement Manual for the
B.G. Transit Program and the
amended Procurement manual that
is used
by the Housing Revolving
Loan Fund and Community Development Block
Grant Fund. Said changes
were precipitated by changes to the City’s
purchasing policy.
SECTION
2: This resolution shall take effect at
the earliest time permitted
by law.
Passed:
Jan. 13, ’14
Michael
A. Aspacher
President
of Council
Attest:
Kay D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Approved:
Jan. 14, 2014
Richard
A. Edwards,
Mayor
Michael
J. Marsh,
City
Attorney
Jan.
27, ’14


RESOLUTION
NO. 3559 Passed
Jan. 13, 2014 RESOLUTION
TO COOPERATE WITH THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION (ODOT) FOR
THE UPGRADE OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS BY ADDING BACK-PLATES, BATTERY
BACKUPS
UPS AND LED STREET NAME SIGNS TO SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS ON
SR 64,
LYING WITHIN THE CITY OF BOWLING GREEN. This
resolution in its
entirety may be inspected at the Office of the
Clerk of Council, City
Administrative Services Building, 304 North
Church Street, Bowling
Green, Ohio.
Kay
D. Scherreik,
Clerk
of Council
Jan.
27,
’14


Zoning Board of Appeals Legal
Notice
February 12, 2014 The following item will be
discussed at the February 12, 2014 meeting of the Zoning Board of Appeals.

The Board will meet in the
City Administrative Services Building at 304 North Church Street,
Bowling Green, Ohio at 7:00 p.m. on the above date.
The letter of
application and drawing is available for inspection at the Planning
Department at the above address. VARIANCE REQUESTS Eric
Agoston, 310 Martindale, has requested a variance to construct a 16′ x
16′ accessory structure that will encroach 8′ into the 10′ required side
yard setback on the north 18 feet into the 20′ required rear yard
setback on the west and 1′ into the 20′ required setback from the
primary structure.
Enrique Gomezdelcampo, 229 Berkley Drive, has
requested a variance to allow the construction of a driveway that will
not be a hard, dustless surface for its entire length and area as
required. LOBBY VISITATION Jan. 27, ’14