Van Wert City Council Agenda

August 10th, 2020
Call to Order
Invocation
Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call
Agenda for July 27, 2020 Council Meeting
Minutes for July 13, 2020 Council Meeting
Minutes for July 13, 2020 Public Hearing

COMMENTS, COMMUNICATIONS, & PETITIONS

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

Mayor Ken Markward
Safety Service Director Jay Fleming
Auditor Martha Balyeat
Law Director John Hatcher

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Health, Service, and Safety Bill Marshall
Economic Development Jeff Kallas
Parks and Recreation Joel Penton
Finance Jeff Agler
Judiciary and Annexation Joi Mergy
Streets and Alleys Steve Hellman
Property and Equipment Andrew Davis

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

HEALTH, SERVICE, AND SAFETY

  • Code Enforcement 

JUDICIARY AND ANNEXATION

  • Charter Government

NEW BUSINESS

CONSENT AGENDA

RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES

1st Reading Advisory
RESOLUTION Number: 20-08-041 Committee: JUDICIARY AND ANNEXATION

A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE VAN WERT CITY LAW DIRECTOR TO SIGN A CONSENT

JUDGMENT ENTRY IN VAN WERT COMMON PLEAS CASE NO. CV 20-03-025 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

1st Reading Advisory
Ordinance Number: 20-08-042 Committee: Health, Service and Safety

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE VAN WERT CITY ORDINANCE 98.04.

Adjourn

IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF VAN WERT COUNTY, OHIO

HAVEN OF HOPE, INC.

Plaintiffs,                                                                        CV 20-03-025

CITY OF VAN WERT, OHIO                               Judge Martin D. Burchfield

Defendant.

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CONSENT JUDGMENT ENTRY

 Now comes the parties through their respective counsels and inform the Court that they have reached an agreement resolving all contested issues before this Court.  The parties will agree to the following:

  1. The Defendant, City of Van Wert agrees that it will permit the Plaintiff to operate a Homeless Shelter on their property located at 233 N. Market Street, Van Wert, Ohio on the condition that Plaintiff comply with the requirements set forth below.
  2. In return, Plaintiff will agree that the operation of it’s Homeless Shelter shall meet the following requirements:
  3. Plaintiff shall erect and maintain a perimeter fence of at least six feet (6’) in height separating its property from the adjoining neighborhood (this would be on the north and west sides of the property, but not on that portion of the property facing N. Market St.).
  4. That the hours of operation for the shelter be clearly stated to the public.
  5. That during those hours of operation (and any emergency hours of operation) that at least one person be in attendance.
  6. That a list of occupants for each day (night) of operation be maintained.

Court costs shall be assessed to the Plaintiff.

It is so ordered.