RESOLUTION 2017-001

A resolution that the City of Pataskala will pick up the statutorily required employee contribution to the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System for the employees of the City of Pataskala pursuant to IRC section 414(h)(2).

RESOLUTION 2017-003

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to execute a contract with Jobes Henderson & Associates for GIS Program Support

RESOLUTION 2017-004

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to execute a contract with Elite Excavating for the construction of the River Forrest Lift Station Improvements Project

RESOLUTION 2017-005

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to enter in to contract with the Licking County Health Department for administration of Health and Environmental Services through the combined General Health District.

RESOLUTION 2017-006

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to enter in to contract Jobes Henderson & Associates for the design of the Mill Street Culvert Replacement Project and to solicit cost proposals for construction.

RESOLUTION 2017-007

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to enter into a contract with Jobes Henderson & Associates for the engineering design services of the 2017 Roadway Improvements (RAMP) Program and to advertise, receive, and review bids for construction of the same.

RESOLUTION 2017-008

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to enter into contract to purchase two new fully equipped police vehicles through the State of Ohio Competitive Purchasing Program.

RESOLUTION 2017-009

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to enter into and execute a renewal agreement on behalf of the City of Pataskala with Rinehart-Walters-Danner for the purpose of liability insurance through the Ohio Government Risk Management Plan.

RESOLUTION 2017-011

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to execute a contract with Buckeye Power Sales for the purchase of a new automatic transfer switch for the power generator at Water Treatment Plant Number 1.

RESOLUTION 2017-012

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to enter into and execute an operating lease agreement with Konica Minolta Business Systems and Konica Minolta Premier Finance for the replacement of existing city copiers and associated maintenance agreements.

RESOLUTION 2017-013

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator, or his designee, to advertise, receive and open bids for the Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) funded Columbia Road Culvert Replacement Project.

RESOLUTION 2017-014

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to purchase a skid steer cold planer attachment.

RESOLUTION 2017-015

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to purchase a large equipment trailer.

RESOLUTION 2017-016

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator, or his designee, to purchase and have installed two additional gates on the Foundation Park access drive.

RESOLUTION 2017-018

A resolution authorizing and directing the city administrator to execute a contract with Jobes Henderson & Associates for engineering design services for the oak meadow drive improvement project, and to advertise, receive, and review bids for construction of the same.

RESOLUTION 2017-019

A resolution authorizing and directing the city administrator to execute a contract with Jobes Henderson & Associates for engineering design services for the retention/detention pond inventory and evaluation project.

RESOLUTION 2017-020

A resolution authorizing a partnership agreement between Licking County and the City of Pataskala in regard to program year 2017 community housing impact and preservation (chip) funds from the Ohio Development Services Agency/Office of Community Development (ODSA/OCD) and directing the City Administrator to execute said partnership agreement.

RESOLUTION 2017-021

A resolution adopting Licking County’s Programmatic Agreement with the state of Ohio Historic Preservation Office and the Licking County Community Development Advisory Commission (CDAC) chip manual for eligible housing activities for the partnership between Licking County (applicant/grantee) and the City of Pataskala (partner) funded in whole or in part with program year 2017 community housing impact and preservation (chip) funds from Ohio Development Services Agency/Office of Community Development (ODSA/OCD).

RESOLUTION 2017-022

A resolution strongly opposing provisions of the State of Ohio Governor’s proposed 2018-2019 budget, which proposes centralized collection of net profit tax returns and other provisions related to the municipal income tax which will cause a substantial loss of revenue needed to support the health, safety, welfare and economic development efforts of Ohio municipalities.

RESOLUTION 2017-023

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to purchase equipment and obtain services to provide a fully functioning site storage tank and truck application system to pre-treat roadways with brine.

RESOLUTION 2017-024

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to purchase a new sign truck bed.

RESOLUTION 2017-025

A resolution in support of Licking County reducing the speed limit on Blacks Road (County Road 34) to 45 mph.

RESOLUTION 2017-026

A resolution authorizing and directing the City Administrator to enter into an agreement with the Licking County Health Department for citywide mosquito treatment for calendar year 2017.

RESOLUTION 2017-027

A resolution donating a temporary easement from city-owned property to accommodate the Mink Street Phase IV Reconstruction Project.

RESOLUTION 2017-028

A resolution donating a temporary easement from city-owned property to accommodate the Mink Street Phase IV Reconstruction Project.

RESOLUTION 2017-029

A resolution donating permanent right-of-way from city-owned property to accommodate the Mink Street Phase IV Reconstruction Project.

RESOLUTION 2017-030

A resolution directing $2.00 from each mayor’s court criminal and/or traffic fine be deposited into the Police Canine Fund.